Evidence of Global Cooling

Evidence of Global Cooling

Post by Doug Bisset » Thu, 01 Oct 2009 02:44:04


On Tue, 29 Sep 2009 15:43:16 UTC, "David Courtney"

Quote:

> Tuesday we told you about several areas around the planet experiencing
> record cold and snowpack - in the face of all the predictions of global
> warming.

> Now there is word that all four major global temperature tracking outlets
> have released data showing that temperatures have dropped significantly over
> the last year. California meteorologist Anthony Watts says the amount of
> cooling ranges from 65-hundredths of a degree Centigrade to 75-hundreds of a
> degree.

> That is said to be a value large enough to erase nearly all the global
> warming recorded over the past 100 years. It is reportedly the single
> fastest temperature change ever recorded - up or down.

> Some scientists contend the cooling is the result of reduced solar
> activity - which they say is a larger driver of climate change than man-made
> greenhouse gases.

> http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,333328,00.html

If you want to know what is really going on, check out:

Quote:
> http://www.friendsofscience.org/

That site blows the "global warming" and "global climate change"
nutcases out of the water, using solid science, not politics.

Climate change politics is religious fundamentalism masquerading as
science.

--

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Polaris 2000 500RMK

 
 
 

Evidence of Global Cooling

Post by ScoobyDo » Fri, 02 Oct 2009 07:21:07

A year and a half old article :o) And I thought I was a hopeful thinker when
it came to snow

<sd>


Quote:
> Tuesday we told you about several areas around the planet experiencing
> record cold and snowpack - in the face of all the predictions of global
> warming.

> Now there is word that all four major global temperature tracking outlets
> have released data showing that temperatures have dropped significantly
> over the last year. California meteorologist Anthony Watts says the amount
> of cooling ranges from 65-hundredths of a degree Centigrade to 75-hundreds
> of a degree.

> That is said to be a value large enough to erase nearly all the global
> warming recorded over the past 100 years. It is reportedly the single
> fastest temperature change ever recorded - up or down.

> Some scientists contend the cooling is the result of reduced solar
> activity - which they say is a larger driver of climate change than
> man-made greenhouse gases.

> http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,333328,00.html


 
 
 

Evidence of Global Cooling

Post by ScoobyDo » Sun, 04 Oct 2009 09:21:23

Cool

I hope it is true and that I can continue to enjoy riding. Not getting any
younger :-(

<SD>


Quote:
>    There is no shortage of current articles saying the same thing:

> "NASA satellites provide the best measurements we have of global
> temperatures. The latest NASA data as of August 2009 shows that the Earth
> has cooled since 1998, not warmed." Sept '09

> http://www.delawareonline.com/article/20090914/OPINION10/90913015/100...

> "The global surface temperature record, which we update and publish every
> month, has shown no statistically-significant "global warming" for almost
> 15 years. Statistically-significant global cooling has now persisted for
> very nearly eight years. Even a strong el Nino - expected in the coming
> months - will be unlikely to reverse the cooling trend." July '09

> http://www.dakotavoice.com/2009/09/global-warming-profiteers-exposed-...

> "The countries of the developing world, led by China, India, Russia and
> Brazil, continue to insist that, since global warming is all the fault of
> the already developed countries of the West, it is up to the West to cut
> its CO2 emissions by 80 per cent, while the rest of the world is allowed
> to catch up. Some, such as China, are prepared to make token emission
> cuts, but only so long as they are compensated by the West to the tune of
> trillions of pounds a year."  Sept '09

> http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/christopherbooker/61435...



>>A year and a half old article :o) And I thought I was a hopeful thinker
>>when it came to snow

>> <sd>



>>> Tuesday we told you about several areas around the planet experiencing
>>> record cold and snowpack - in the face of all the predictions of global
>>> warming.

>>> Now there is word that all four major global temperature tracking
>>> outlets have released data showing that temperatures have dropped
>>> significantly over the last year. California meteorologist Anthony Watts
>>> says the amount of cooling ranges from 65-hundredths of a degree
>>> Centigrade to 75-hundreds of a degree.

>>> That is said to be a value large enough to erase nearly all the global
>>> warming recorded over the past 100 years. It is reportedly the single
>>> fastest temperature change ever recorded - up or down.

>>> Some scientists contend the cooling is the result of reduced solar
>>> activity - which they say is a larger driver of climate change than
>>> man-made greenhouse gases.

>>> http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,333328,00.html


 
 
 

Evidence of Global Cooling

Post by Repairma » Sun, 04 Oct 2009 21:46:03

Good news
I've been patiently waiting for the "wheel'' to come around again, look'in
forward to a few years of good sledd'in.........
--
John
'09 GSX Ltd 1200
'07 GSX Ltd 600
'99 XC 700
 
 
 

Evidence of Global Cooling

Post by JWentwort » Fri, 09 Oct 2009 09:45:59

Locally, the snowmobile crowd is pretty e***d about this:
http://SportToday.org/

Check back in February, and December and January's weather will all be
history, but right now talk about " a spell of temperatures near 0 for highs
that last an extended period of time." does raise mixed feelings. Highs of
0 usually mean lows near -20 . Love the part about "frequent snowstorms and
some big storms", maybe not so much the part about a long siege of -20 .

 
 
 

Evidence of Global Cooling

Post by JWentwort » Sat, 10 Oct 2009 09:40:26


Quote:
>    No kidding... if  only water would freeze at around 50f.  LOL

Yeah, but if it did there would be no human life on this planet as we know
it. Ever read the story about how things would have worked out if water got
denser as it got colder like most compounds do?