Fuddle-Duddle Cold

Written by Dr Klaus L.E. Kaiser

Several decades ago, a then-Prime Minister of Canada used the F-expletive to describe his displeasure with a political opponent. The official transcript used the term “Fuddle-Duddle” instead. It seems that much of the continent is currently stuck in deep freeze with no end in sight. So, is it permissible to use that term for the weather?snow plow

Polar Vortex and Beer Gardens

The weather people blame it on the Polar Vortex. It keeps all that Arctic air nicely on top of the North American land mass. In contrast to us, the Germans are missing out on winter this year. In Munich, Bavaria, the people are enjoying cool steins in the city’s beer gardens. What a hardship!

Climate Depot

The Climate Depot website reported on Feb. 25, 2014 on the testimony before the U.S. Senate Environment & Public Works Committee by Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore. Inter alia Moore stated “The fact that we had both higher temperatures and an ice age at a time when CO2 emissions were 10 times higher than they are today fundamentally contradicts the certainty that human-caused CO2 emissions are the main cause of global warming.”

Mother Nature did her best to drive home his point by providing a frigid “climate” for the day. What a nice gesture! But it must also be said that what is happening outside on any given day is the “weather” whereas climate is measured in decades and centuries.

 

Volcanoes’ Influence

As reported by a new study published in the journal Nature Geoscience, “climate model simulations without the effects of early twenty-first-century volcanic eruptions overestimate the tropospheric warming observed since 1998.”

It appears to be an entirely new revelation to climate modellers that the Earth has some volcanoes. They (volcanoes) must be a new invention by nature as, apparently, no climate model ever considered their potential influence before. What a surprise!

Banana Belt

The true locals here (like my dearest) actually call this area the “Banana Belt” of the country.

I think they are kidding.

Banana Belt or not, I am looking forward to the arrival of spring.

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Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser is author of CONVENIENT MYTHS, the green revolution – perceptions, politics, and facts
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    Following the admittance by the alarmist global warming scientists that the planet has not warmed up any for the past 15 years or so, after having been told so by other scientists who kept their cool about global warming and their feet to the ground, they (the warmists that is) commenced to look for excuses trying to justify why their prediction went totally wrong, as in 100% wrong. Up to now I have counted four excuses:
    1. The heat is hiding in the oceans. >This claim is based on conjecture and no instruments exist down there to measure temperatures below 700 meters.<
    2. Pacific winds have changed in a way as to temporarily (>15 years?What were Europe and the USA doing before, during and after 1930?<
    4. Now this, volcanoes cool the atmosphere. As if volcanoes have cropped up these last 15 years. What were these volcanoes doing 500 years ago and 5 million years ago?
    If these four excuses were really true, all of them true, then we shall all freeze up ending up in a new ice age. But there can only be one correct, if at all, but most probably none of them.
    Seems climate science has been taken over by the 50 percenters, that is those scientists who failed to get the top marks but only got pass marks instead.

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