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Topic: Global Cooling Evidence?
Posted By: Politically Right
Subject: Global Cooling Evidence?
Date Posted: May 05 2013 at 2:46pm

Scientists at Russia’s famous Pulkovo Observatory are convinced that the world is in for a period of global cooling. Is it a coincidence that Arkansas is experiencing April snow for the first time in  nearly two centuries?

For the first time since written weather history began in Arkansas (1819), snow has fallen in the month of May. 

This snow has set records for the latest snowfall and latest measurable snowfall in the state. 

The previous latest snowfall ever recorded was on April 30, 1903 at Harrison, Gravette and Fayetteville. This was not measurable. The previous latest measurable snowfall was 0.2 inches at Corning on April 24, 1910." rel="nofollow - Source

According to scientists from the Pulkovo Observatory in St.Petersburg, solar activity is waning, so the average yearly temperature will begin to decline as well. Scientists from Britain and the US chime in saying that forecasts for global cooling are far from groundless. 

“Journalists say the entire process is very simple: once solar activity declines, the temperature drops. But besides solar activity, the climate is influenced by other factors, including the lithosphere, the atmosphere, the ocean, the glaciers. The share of solar activity in climate change is only 20%. This means that sun’s activity could trigger certain changes whereas the actual climate changing process takes place on the Earth”." rel="nofollow - Read more

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Posted By: Professor Peabody
Date Posted: May 06 2013 at 12:56pm
Source -- will have to copy/paste and (remove spaces) to view:
www . wmo . int / pagesmediacentre / press_releases pr_972_en.html

WMO Annual Climate Statement
Confirms 2012 as Among Top Ten Warmest Years


GENEVA, 2 May 2013 (WMO) The World Meteorological Organization’s" rel="nofollow - Statement on the Status of the Global Climate  says that 2012 joined the ten previous years as one of the warmest — at ninth place — on record despite the cooling influence of a La Niña episode early in the year.

The 2012 global land and ocean surface temperature during January–December 2012 is estimated to be 0.45°C (±0.11°C) above the 1961–1990 average of 14.0°C. This is the ninth warmest year since records began in 1850 and the 27th consecutive year that the global land and ocean temperatures were above the 1961–1990 average, according to the statement. The years 2001–2012 were all among the top 13 warmest years on record.


No one who was born after 1985 has seen even a month of below average temperatures in their lifetime. 

But then again, it did snow a little in Arkansas a little later than usual. So, never mind about the global warming thing.

"There are none so blind as those who will not see."

Posted By: Houndog
Date Posted: May 06 2013 at 3:48pm
Man rode dinosaurs. If they say it at the Creation Museum. Then it is fact. 
Science is bunk. There is nothing that any scientist has ever said that is true.


Posted By: blueblood
Date Posted: May 06 2013 at 5:40pm
Some are waking up. Most are still asleep. It is a billion dollar scam on a  worldwide basis! Why? Because they are paid BIG money to show it is true!
Global Warming Alarm: Continued Cooling May Jeopardize Climate Science And Green Energy Funding!" rel="nofollow -

The past 17 years of flat global temperatures are creating a big chill for lots of global warming doom-premised industries. Those experiencing cold sweats must certainly include legions of climate scientists who have come to depend upon the many tens of billions of taxpayer bucks for studies that would have little demand without a big crisis for the public to worry about. And that amount pales in comparison with the hundreds of $ billions we spend on generous subsidies, lost tax revenues and inflated consumer costs for otherwise non-competitive “green energy” industries which depend upon those scary climate reports, or the insane economic penalties imposed  upon all segments through EPA’s climate-premised regulatory rampage.

Cooler temperatures blow ill-winds for government bureaucrats, crony-capitalist rent- seekers, and other hucksters whose ambitions depend upon hot air.  Even Western Europe, the cradle of carbon-caused climate craziness and cap-and-trade corruption, is feeling a cold draft. As Alister Doyle, reporting from Reuters in Oslo," rel="nofollow -

In April, the" rel="nofollow - - Bering Sea witnessed an ice extent between 20 to 30 percent above the 1979 to 2000 average , with the highest February expanse ever measured." rel="nofollow -

Posted By: Houndog
Date Posted: May 06 2013 at 6:06pm
As I read your article I can see now that you are pleased a coke plant has gone into full operation in your back yard. Since all this environmental worry is just a money making scheme.


Posted By: Mike_Presta
Date Posted: May 06 2013 at 6:26pm
Originally posted by Houndog Houndog wrote:

As I read your article I can see now that you are pleased a coke plant has gone into full operation in your back yard. Since all this environmental worry is just a money making scheme.
Without coke plants, you would not have water at the faucets in your home, a car (electric or any other kind) in your garage, the computers necessary for the internet that allows forums such as this to exist, the power grids that power those computers (and the rest of the world's modern conveniences), anything made of plastic, and so on, and so on, ad nauseum.
Just sayin'...
Also, the coke plant to which (I believe) you refer is much cleaner than the older, conventional (by-products) type coke plants which have been supplying metallurgical coke for most of the last century, and hundreds of which continue to operate around the world (including in our backyard) today.
What I am saying is: No coke=no steel, and no steel=no modern life as we know it. 

Posted By: Houndog
Date Posted: May 06 2013 at 6:35pm
I understand this mr presta. I am an American dinosaur a man who is tied directly to the steel making sphere.


Posted By: Mike_Presta
Date Posted: May 06 2013 at 7:04pm
Originally posted by Houndog Houndog wrote:

I understand this mr presta. I am an American dinosaur a man who is tied directly to the steel making sphere.
Mr. Presta was my dad.  I'm just plain old Mike!!! Smile

Posted By: Houndog
Date Posted: May 06 2013 at 7:16pm
Very well Mike.


Posted By: Houndog
Date Posted: May 06 2013 at 7:26pm


Posted By: blueblood
Date Posted: May 08 2013 at 9:05am
Originally posted by Houndog Houndog wrote:

As I read your article I can see now that you are pleased a coke plant has gone into full operation in your back yard. Since all this environmental worry is just a money making scheme.
The Coke plant is/was different things to different people. For me, it was never about global warming, and the fact I was forced to fight a project such as this was very conflicting and in many ways, against everything I believed in! Property values, quality of life, and the audacity of the operator to build in such a location totally against all aspects of appropriateness were at the heart of the matter for me. There were places already contaminated with more than enough room to place this beast that would have been better for all concerned. The short sightedness and lack of doing what is right by all parties, especially the EPA in making it so it could never go were it should, brought us to where we are.
The left is totally against Capitalism and believe it to be the root cause of most of todays issues. While it is not a perfect system, it is the only system that will work, and the only one which has lifted billions of people from a primitive existence, into classes of prosperity which had never been seen before from the beginning of time.
Am I pleased I have to coexist with a coke plant? Ask yourself that question and the answer is pretty simple. I try to be a positive person, yet am anchored in reality enough that it sometimes is offsetting at best. The Coke plant has virtually assured I will never have a housing subdivision behind me, and to me, that's a good thing. However, with an existing coke plant back there, the possibilities are endless what might be, in lieu of housing!
The question of global warming becomes, how many billions will we spend, and how many millions of jobs will be lost, and will we stop the madness before going past the point of no return. TBD?


“It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.”
Mark Twain

Posted By: dern-tootin
Date Posted: May 14 2013 at 3:41pm
Of course global warming is real!
But I can't explain why, for the first time ever, the pit crews will have a set of snow tires ready for each car at the Indianapolis 500 on Memorial Day. LOL

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