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Initial post: Feb 8, 2013 1:36:02 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Feb 8, 2013 1:46:20 PM PST
Truthseeker says:
It is nearly mid-February. Whatever happened to early spring??
It is still bitterly cold in Eurasia which has had the longest winter in a generation (starting since end of October).

And in North America, cities like Boston are about to set snow records.

No wonder Al Gore has so many beach properties and gladly accepts $100 million in personal profit from fossil fuel giant Qatar. It is clear that he does not actually believe in the warmist garbage that made him a billion dollar fortune.

AGW is a JOKE!!

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What global warming? The blizzard of February 2013 would likely be BIGGER than the blizzard of 1978. Many cities and towns like Boston are going to get SNOW RECORDS!!

http://nyti.ms/WTk1Hv

Big Storm and Its Disruptions Descend on the Northeast

Mammoth winter storm descended on the Northeast Friday night, bringing with it whipping winds and snowfall that forecasters said could set records in many places.

Cars lined up outside a gas station in Queens on Friday.

As the temperatures across the region dropped, roads became increasingly treacherous and utility companies moved thousands of crews into place to deal with the possibility of widespread power outages.

Throughout the day, which for many was a rainy sloshy mess, people rushed to stores to stock up on supplies, drivers lined up at gas stations to fill their tanks and local authorities from New York City to Maine activated their plans to battle the snow as it began to pile up.

With the storm moving up the East and the worst weather not expected until Friday night, Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts took the unusual step of banning all cars from the roads in the state starting at 4 p.m. The governor of Connecticut, Dannel P. Malloy, also ordered all but emergency vehicles off the state's highways.

States of emergency were declared in New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Islande, Connecticut and a limited state of emergency in Maine.

Thousands of flights out of New York and Boston airports were grounded, and the authorities expected air travel to ground to a halt by nightfall.

Amtrak announced that beginning early Friday afternoon it would suspend northbound service out of Pennsylvania Station in New York and southbound service out of Boston.

For those who did not heed warnings to stay home from work, the evening commute promised to be a messy affair.

In Massachusetts, Governor Patrick said at a 12:30 news conference that the storm was going to be every bit as bad as predicted.

"Two or three feet of snow is a profoundly different kind of storm than we have dealt with," the governor said from the state's emergency bunker in Framingham. Officials recalled only one previous driving ban, in the aftermath of the blizzard of 1978. The penalty for violating the traffic ban is up to one year in prison and a fine.

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg of New York said the storm was "reasonably unpredictable" but warned that heavier snow was due to arrive by late Friday night.

"Stay off the city streets, stay out of your cars and stay in your homes," Mr. Bloomberg said. With reports of long lines at gas stations and scattered reports that some were running out of fuel, the mayor said people should not "panic buy" gas since there was no expectation that there would be a disruption in supply.

The memory of Hurricane Sandy seemed to be fresh on many people's minds as store shelves emptied of food and supplies and gas stations started running out of gas.

Still, despite pleas from public officials for people to stay home from work if possible on Friday, many kept to their usual morning commute, anticipating that they could get home before the worst of the storm was expected to hit.

To help commuters beat the snow, New York transit officials announced increased bus and train service in the afternoon.

The latest forecasts continued to call for a powerful storm. In New York City, for most of the day there was a mix of rain, snow and sleet. As night fell, a rush of cold air filtered back into the region, turning the rain back to snow.

"From then things go downhill pretty quickly," said Tim Morrin, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service based in Long Island. The winds will pick up throughout the night the snow will fall faster, he said.

In New England, the storm was also growing stronger as evening fell. Because the area has not had rain, the total snowfalls are expected to be greater.

"The worst conditions will be after dark and overnight," Mr. Morrin said. "We don't want to have folks get complacent seeing the rain and the just wet streets."

Governor Malloy of Connecticut said at a noon news conference that people should not wait for conditions to worsen.

"If you are not already on the road to get home, you should be," he said.

.... read on ....

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PS: To AGW maniacs who still believe in their warmist religion, don't expect any response from myself to your rants. The above is a statement of fact. No amount of your preconceptual rationaliziation of "interpreting" facts to your religious faith of AGW junkscience is going to change that. But hey, keep behaving like Christian priests who constantly "fit" facts to God.

Posted on Feb 8, 2013 2:04:17 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Feb 8, 2013 2:07:48 PM PST
No Global Warming?
That is most discouraging

Global warming was a wonderful promise.
Longer growing season,
Faster growing plants,
Lower heating bills
Less ice and snow,
Warmer summer.

Warmer summer?
Hey, bring it on.
The missus and me, more time on our jet skis.

But surprise surpise it was another Peer Reviewed Fake.
A scam to milk the NSF, promote wind energy boondoggles,
And let some dullsville profs feel useful for once.
Too bad.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 8, 2013 2:16:23 PM PST
Truthseeker says:
Yeah, I was planning to go hiking in February.
But the false promises of global warming garbage never came true :(

Posted on Feb 8, 2013 2:44:10 PM PST
Where I live we had record snowfalls last year. This week the temps are near 70. You can't use one localized phenomenon to describe global weather patterns to prove or disprove global warming.

Global weather is a complex, chaotic system responding to a vast array of inputs.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 8, 2013 2:48:07 PM PST
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Truthseeker says:
Lol, the preconceptual interpretation of facts to the faith begins.
Please go check the weather in the Northern Hemisphere throught the 2012 - 2013 winter. Consistently bitter cold all over Eurasia as well. Is that local? For example -15C - bitter cold in China and Korea since the beginning of November 2012.

The only quacks cherrypicking localized phenomena are the AGW quacks, who for example declared the winter of 2011-2012 the "year that winter forgot" based on warmth in the USA, while Eurasia had the longest cold spell in 60 years - polar weather for 6 weeks in Jan and Feb, -15 to -20C wthout letup, ice breakers on the Seine in Paris, etc.

Look in the mirror.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 8, 2013 2:50:54 PM PST
Because I suggest taking a scientific approach you automatically assume I'm a global warming proponent?

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 8, 2013 3:28:21 PM PST
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Truthseeker says:
A scientific approach would be to study the weather globally since 2007, instead of writing off the multiple bouts of cold weather as "local". Heck I guess Earth is local in the Milky Way :)

Here's a good reference if you don't want to dig up the information yourself.
Global Warming: The Science and the Pseudoscience

There are other references in the book reviews on my profile.

Posted on Feb 8, 2013 3:58:24 PM PST
A six year study provides sufficient data points to predict a billion years old complex system?

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Posted on Feb 8, 2013 6:54:34 PM PST
Oh --- just wait until summer.

Note: summer right now in Australia, and they've had to add new colors to the heat maps --- hotter than it's ever been.

"And about 1 billion years of climate, there's no correlation between CO2 and historical temperatures"

That's easily disproved, so why claim it? Let's just take the past 65 million years (the Cenozoic). Huge drop in temperatures around 35 million years ago coincident with massive drop in atmospheric CO2 --- slight rise again in temperatures 20 - 14 million years ago coincident with slight rise in CO2, then following a continual drop in both until the present. Patterns of global floral and faunal evolution also coincident with this.

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Posted on Feb 8, 2013 9:21:46 PM PST
So this is one of those cut and paste and everyone who disagrees is uneducated thread?

Posted on Feb 9, 2013 12:15:40 AM PST
A snowstorm! Sign that global warming is a hoax! Plus the ice caps gained ice during the winter... who would have ever imagined that could happen?
Next week it might warm up to 65. 65 in February, who ever heard of that, except that it happens almost every year! Sign that global warming is real!
Next summer might have a heat wave one week! Global warming again!
Next winter might have another snow storm somewhere. Ice age is coming!
Al Gore is a charade and hypocrite! This proves... well, proves that Al Gore is a charade and hypocrite... and little about the weather. Al's hot air has little effect on the climate.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 9, 2013 4:04:36 AM PST
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Old Rocker - "A six year study provides sufficient data points "

You have to make sure you keep the data sets small, so they don't inadvertently illustrate the upward trend you're trying to deny is happening.

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In reply to an earlier post on Feb 9, 2013 1:56:02 PM PST
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Really, I disagree with you. The snow storm disproves nothing. The size of the storm disproves nothing. It just has to be below freezing to have a big snow storm. The storm is fueled by moisture and pressure, not by extreme cold. Who claimed that it would be so warm by 2013 that North America would stop ever having snow storms? Climate scientists might even say that warmer oceans fuel big storms. I don't care about Al Gore, he just wants attention. Even if global warming theories are true, it is very difficult to predict long term weather patterns. If there is global warming, it is gradual change. The world is supposed to have warmed since the 1800s... not 1978. The oceans have raised a couple of feet in over a hundred years. It would not be a sudden event. It is stupid to claim every single weather variable is proof for or against something.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 9, 2013 2:04:29 PM PST
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Truthseeker says:
Hey Hey!! I am not claiming that there is a coming Ice Age.
It is AGW quacks who built up a garbage junk "theory" of global warming based on warm weather events and one hot year in 1998, based on which the IPCC Third Assessment report claimed the end of snow forever.
And today they continue to cherrypick every hot weather event as a "sign" of AGW while ignoring, minimizing, excusing, or interpreting to the faith, every cold weather event.

AGW is garbage - a joke.

Natural climate change is happening as it has happened for billions of years. And humans have no idea where it is going so they invented the garbage of AGW, just like they invented God to explain our existence.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 9, 2013 2:13:07 PM PST
Truthseeker says:
Oh, and about sea level rise, that's another junkscience ruse.

Here's another graph debunking AGW:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Post-Glacial_Sea_Level.png

Oh my Al God! Sea Levels have actually risen 140 METERS (500 FEET) from 20,000 to 6,000 years ago. In fact they continued rising slightly since 6,000 years ago to today at a steady pace.

ALL-NATURAL MeltWater Pulse 1A, which helped create several straits around the world occured NATURALLY about 14-12 thousand years ago.

Proves conclusively that sea level rise is due to miniscule human CO2 emissions is complete and utter GARBAGE!

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In reply to an earlier post on Feb 9, 2013 3:36:48 PM PST
Deckard says:
Lie-seeker said:
"And what did the junkscience preacher Hansen predict in the late 1980s? He predicted that Manhattan would be under water by now. What garbage."

Actually he said that it would happen in 40 years if the levels of CO2 doubled.

They haven't doubled (yet)

It has not been 40 years.

And you are a f00l.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 9, 2013 3:39:08 PM PST
Irish Lace says:
It's not "global warming" that it should be called, but "global climate change." But, of course, you are clearly immune to facts so ... never mind.

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