Global warming was supposed to be bad for the planet, but I’m here to tell you that global cooling is so much worse.  All the cold weather this past winter produced record snowfalls, especially across the Midwest.  When spring came, the snow melted and now we have an apocalypse of flooding.  The following article refers to it as “an agricultural disaster without equal in modern American history.”– see link https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-03-30/midwest-apocalypse-satellite-data-show-least-1-million-acres-us-farmland-devastated

Get ready for a disaster at the supermarket.

Of course, weather runs in cycles and we know from past cold weather eras, like the late 17thcentury, that cold weather can wreak havoc on the planting and harvesting of crops.  Never mind the loss of animal life which we are experiencing in record numbers across the Midwest and in Australia in particular.

The real key to understanding the whole global warming/cooling debate is this. Food can’t be grown when it’s cold but can when it’s warm.  If temperatures got real hot and the major ice floes melt and sea levels rise, that would be a problem for populations along coastlines.  However, the planet would survive.

Note: We all wouldn’t perish in 12 years even if CO2 levels increased dramatically. That is, CO2 is good the planet, not bad. It’s a scientific fact that we need to have CO2, and lots of it, to exist on this planet despite what Al Gore thinks.

However, with cooling, things could get really bad especially in the Northern Hemisphere. There’s a reason why the Northern Hemisphere was not populated during some ancient periods (ice ages). To survive, the northern populations, which constitute 90% of the world population, would all have to move way south.  Good luck with seven billion people trying to survive on one-third of the planet’s land mass and with very little in the way of food production because food is primarily grown in the Northern Hemisphere.

Here’s the rub.  The media isn’t reporting on the implications of our weather problems.  That’s because they might have to explain why cold weather is far worse for us than warm weather.  Fancy that. However, when people wake up to the reality of major increases in food prices and/or empty shelves in the supermarket, there will be hell to pay. Better get the parkas out as the cold weather isn’t likely to end anytime soon.

 

Epilogue

A study published in Nature Climate Change looked at the four major warming periods of the last 5,000 years. Of the four, the coolest one was for the period recently ended in 1980. in fact, the Minoan warm period approximately 3,500 years ago was 4°C warmer than today. None of the four warm periods were associated with failing ecosystems despite being warmer than the 20th century.  So much for the threat of global warming.

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Supposedly, chemtrails don’t exist.  Supposedly, it’s a conspiracy theory.  I said supposedly.

You see, Harvard scientists have said that they will attempt to replicate the climate-cooling effect of volcanic eruptions with what they say is a world-first solar geoengineering experiment which is set for early 2019.  The project, called The Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment, will inject chemicals into the air high above the earth in an attempt to reflect some of the sun’s rays back into space.

Their stated goal is to reduce global warming. I said stated goal, you understand. What we’re talking about here, though, is chemtrails. Of course, this would not be the “first” solar geoengineering experiment.  Far from it, since geoengineering has been going on for more than 40 years now. This is just their way of “coming out of the closet,” so to speak.

We can argue about how much global warming there has been in the last 140 years, or so, although the Goddard Institute for Space Studies reports that the Global Annual Mean Surface Air Temperature Change from 1880 to 2017 was just over one degree Celsius. So, in other words, very little warming over such a long period of time.

However, there is no argument over the fact that NASA reported that global temperatures for the two-year period February 2016 to February 2018 shows global average temperatures had the biggest two-year drop in the past century; or that the Weather Channel has stated that 2018 is the coldest winter, so far, in the last 50 years.  They reported that “We really face Global Cooling as this is now the third winter which this is becoming the colder with each passing year.”  Therefore, the Weather Channel haconfirms the NASA data that global warming has stopped and that we now have global cooling.

So, if there is no global warming, why would anyone want to go ahead with this experiment, considering all of the significant risks involved? We’re talking about the global impact on precipitation patterns, ozone depletion and crop yields, resulting in droughts, floods and extreme weather events. Because of the risks, climate geoengineering should be considered only as a last resort (according to the Institute of Physics).  Scientific American said more or less the same thing in an editorial they published entitled,The Hidden Dangers of Geoengineering.

By the way, who gave Harvard University the approval to go ahead with their little experiment?  After all, the United States has withdrawn from the Paris Agreement on climate change. Didn’t we?

 

“Playing with the Earth’s climate is a dangerous game with unclear rules.”  – Robert Jackson, director of Duke University’s Center on Global Change

 

 

 

 

Back in 1977, Time Magazine ran the story “How To Survive the Coming Ice Age” on their cover. Since then, global warming has dominated the headlines; at least, until this winter.  Now, cold weather is back in the news.

On December 9th, a record-breaking winter storm wrecked havoc all the way from the Midwest to the eastern seaboard, dumping 12-18 inches of snow in the Carolinas and leaving nearly 400,000 without power. Here’s a few more examples of some of our crazy weather lately:

  • October 12 – Des Moines, Iowa – Snowiest October day in last century
  • October 15 – Denver, Colorado – Record cold for 10/15, totally obliterating the old record by 8 degrees
  • November 9 – Seattle, Washington – Coldest 11/9 on record
  • Thanksgiving – Macy’s parade – coldest on record 
  • November (month) – Kansas City – Coldest on record

 

So, which is it? Are we getting warmer or colder?  Well, let’s ask a few of the weather experts:

  • Goddard Institute for Space Studies – Reports that the Global Annual Mean Surface Air Temperature Change from 1880 to 2017 (almost 140 years) is just over one degree Celsius.
  • NASA – Official global temperature data for the two-year period February 2016 to February 2018 shows global average temperatures had the biggest two-year drop in the past century.
  • The Weather Channel -2018 is the coldest winter, so far, in the last 50 years.  They reported that “We really face Global Cooling as this is now the third winter which this is becoming the colder with each passing year.”
  • Scientific study – As reported in The Telegraph, a scientific study indicates that we are approaching a mini ice-age similar to what occurred in the 17th century, when the River Thames froze.

So, warmer or colder?  I think that  John Casey, a former White House advisor and author of the book Cold Sun, got it right. Casey says that the sun goes through natural cycles and a 206-year cycle of the sun has recently ended a global warming period and that we are now entering a new cold climate period.

As for the people who still champion global warming in the face of the developing scientific consensus which points to global cooling: I guess that just makes them global cooling deniers.

 

“Unfortunately, the IPCC (United Nations) climate change documents do not provide an objective assessment of the earth’s temperature trends and associated climate change….As one of the invited expert reviewers for the 2007 IPCC documents, I have pointed out the flawed review process used by the IPCC scientists in one of my letters. I have also pointed out in my letter that an increasing number of scientists are now questioning the hypothesis of Greenhouse gas induced warming of the earth’s surface and suggesting a stronger impact of solar variability and large-scale atmospheric circulation patterns on the observed temperature increase than previously believed.”

             – Dr. Madhav Khandekar, environmental scientist