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Posted by admin on April 28, 2012 in Global Warming with 24 Comments

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  1. NightversionnApril 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #1

    More evidence/ …
    More evidence/impacts of climate change series..
    (Please read article before the denier censors it)..
    Insurers: Record year for federal disasters linked to climate change, political pressure
    Last year’s record for federal disasters in Connecticut was part of a rising worldwide natural catastrophe trend that’s caused in part by climate change, insurance groups reported Wednesday.
    Hartford Courant, Connecticut
    5 January 2012

  2. NightversionnApril 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #2

    More evidence/ …
    More evidence/impacts of climate change series..
    (Please read article before the denier censors it)..
    News: 2011 was costliest year in world disasters
    The USA had company as it suffered through devastating weather and climate disasters in 2011. The entire world endured its costliest year ever for losses from natural disasters at more than a third of a trillion dollars in damage, according to a report released Wednesday by global reinsurance firm Munich Re.
    USA Today
    5 January 2012

  3. NightversionnApril 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #3

    More climate change …
    More climate change news..
    (Please read before the denier below with all the sock puppet accounts censors it)..
    Global warming biggest threat to U.S. security, retired officer says
    Many people do a double take when retired Admiral Lee Gunn tells them that global warming is the most serious national security issue confronting the U.S. It is ” the existential threat to America and its influence in the world,” he says.
    reported in the Detroit Free Press
    29 March 2012

  4. Prolicentia1April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #4

    The sun may be …
    The sun may be entering a period of reduced activity that could result in lower temperatures on Earth, according to Japanese researchers.

    Officials of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan and the Riken research foundation said on April 19 that the activity of sunspots appeared to resemble a 70-year period in the 17th century in which London’s Thames froze over and cherry blossoms bloomed later than usual in Kyoto.

  5. Prolicentia1April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #5

    In that era, known …
    In that era, known as the Maunder Minimum, temperatures are estimated to have been about 2.5 degrees lower than in the second half of the 20th century.

    The Japanese study found that the trend of current sunspot activity is similar to records from that period.

  6. NightversionnApril 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #6

    More evidence/ …
    More evidence/impacts of climate change series..Nature Journal edition:
    (Please read article before the denier below with all the sock puppet account censors it)..
    Thawing permafrost reduces river runoff
    Chinese researchers have revealed that the amount of water entering the Yangtze River near its source on the Tibetan plateau has fallen by 15% over the past four decades, despite a 15% increase in glacial melt and increased rainfall over the same period.
    7 January 2012

  7. JonThmApril 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #7

    Global fantasy …
    Global fantasy means the global warming is fiction from nuclear power

  8. 2ndtonone1000April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #8

    All i’m saying is …
    All i’m saying is although the earth has warmed an cooled for many millions if not billions of years, we have basically taken a natural process that takes thousands of years in its natural cycle, an accelerated it. An the point is what are the ramifications of doing so, an could this impact man kind negatively going forward in the future. Could this have a negative impact as far as global economics is concerned. More droughts, more crop lost,more volatile storms an natural disasters etc

  9. harp1925April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #9

    Already read about …
    Already read about the warm arctic water, but the cooler water off California balances that. What are you comparing the last decade to? In the earths history, it was rather cool, remember dinosaurs lived near the north pole. The latest show I watched on global warming, the climatologists claimed it would bring down civilization, alarmism at its worst.

  10. 2ndtonone1000April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #10

    But it doesn’t make …
    But it doesn’t make it not real either. An that was only one example, there are many trends like the ones set in March throughout the entire last decade. An on top of that the last decade was one of the hottest on record. That’s a trend, but some might say it was due to sun spot activity to justify it. Nasa released a video showing warm ocean currents causing ice loss in Antarctica

    NASA Warm Ocean Currents Cause Majority of Ice Loss from Antarctica


  11. JonThmApril 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #11

    Global …
    Global photosynthesis controls the level of carbon dioxide in the air

  12. harp1925April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #12

    Warm weather in …
    Warm weather in March were just local weather problems, caused by the jet stream, it doesn’t make global warming real. You should know better. Less than one degree is nothing, nature at work. Monckton is right, sometimes it takes someone outside the realm to get things in perspective. All the cliches climatologists use…We must act now…Let’s save the future…civilization will collapse….are all panic mongering, to take from the people who are here today. Get a clue!

  13. 2ndtonone1000April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #13

    Actually the last …
    Actually the last decade has been one of the hottest on record. Another example is since March 2012 in a span of less then three weeks, more than 7,000 high temperature records have been equaled or exceeded in the USA alone. Monkton is not a real climate scientist, so to him a less then one degree rise is not a significant enough to say its real in his opinion. But any real climate scientist will argue that its very significant, because the earths climate is very complex an dynamic in nature.

  14. NightversionnApril 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #14

    More evidence/ …
    More evidence/impacts of climate change series..
    (please read article before the denier with all the sock puppet accounts censors it)..
    Global warming: Top stories of 2011
    If 2011 goes down as the year that global warming awareness reached a critical mass, it could be attributed to the spate of unusual weather events around the globe.
    Summit County Citizens Voice, Colorado
    Opinion, 1 January 2012

  15. ScrapMetalBombApril 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #15

    This is what the …
    This is what the bullshit Global Warming Carbon credit debt scam is about…
    There are many working , proven zero point energy designs. These cannot be metered and don’t produce carbon.no carbon = no carbon taxes paid to privately controlled central banks. Global Warming is an invention of the central bankers…promoted to death with huge media resources and giant corporations BECAUSE-“who controls the energy can control whole continents”-Henry Kissinger. This has been planned for a long time.

  16. harp1925April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #16

    On the oreskes page …
    On the oreskes page, american denial of g.w., many peer reviewed posts have been posted, debunking many claims made by alarmists, also a scientist, has switched sides and called alarmists wrong, this “peer reviewed” thing works both ways.

  17. harp1925April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #17

    Here is a question …
    Here is a question for you…..How much has the earth warmed over the last ten years? From what I have read, less than a degree, not much warming there, eh. So Monkton is on to something here, the numbers back his side up. Many climatologists have set a goal to prove g.w. exists and have lost their objectivity. Luckily, people outside of the field recognize this and balance the equation with facts, like the himilaya example.

  18. 2ndtonone1000April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #18

    He doesn’t actually …
    He doesn’t actually debunk peer reviewed papers, he merely points out the things he finds inaccurate, or like you just pointed out, the Himilayas melting by a certain time period, are based on certain variable trends, they are approximations, an can fluctuate based on those variables, like sun activity. It could moderately accelerate, or rapidly accelerate climate warming. The earth’s climate is very dynamically sensitive, an it depends greatly on the variables being accessed to the trends.

  19. harp1925April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #19

    Weird, I didn’t …
    Weird, I didn’t erase my comment, but could not post a new one either….Oh well, Lord Monckton debunks some of the “peer reviewed” science. As you know “peer reviewed” science claimed the Himilayas would melt by 2035….ooops, now it is 2350, LOL! I love it when I am right. BTW, there are many peer reviewed papers debunking many myths in the g.w. scam…If you look you shall find!

  20. 2ndtonone1000April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #20

    Harp you’re nothing …
    Harp you’re nothing but a child that likes to play on youtube GW forums. I love it how you posted to me about Lord Monkton an then quickly erased your comment an put in place the more ignorant adolescent comment you’re known for. Destroyed? You must mean yourself. You’ve been on here for over a year now, an you’re still repeating the same old b.s. from a year ago. Has this what your life has become? Anomalously wandering GW forums looking to gain needed attention to your childish logic?

  21. harp1925April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #21

    What are your …
    What are your parameters….most tropical habitats have not had their climate prior to European colonization. Do you know what these areas were like 500 years ago……of course not, so how can climate change effect these areas, when we do not know how the climate effected them years ago, nice try, epic fail!

  22. harp1925April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #22

    What so you know, …
    What so you know, 2ndtoeveryone has returned to entertain us with his illogical bullshit. I guess he wants to be destroyed again, (he likes abuse). Did you notice how wrong “peer review” was on the Himalayas…LMAO! Alarmists are the new religious idiots, preaching the end is near from man kind being bad, LOL!

  23. 2ndtonone1000April 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #23

    Harp says its b.s, …
    Harp says its b.s, but feels the burning desire to bless us with his flawed idiotic logic, while earning the top award of “blithering idiot” of youtube. Lets enjoy his antics an flawed arguments. What did you expect from a guy that strips houses for a living? A intelligent debate? Peer reviewed evidence makes his arguments look like sesame street. Harp pushes on still like an idiot tea party loon, that watches to much Fox news. He’s a funny guy, totally harmless, so go easy on him

  24. NightversionnApril 28, 2012 - 8:34 pm #24

    More climate change …
    More climate change in the news..
    (Please read before the denier below with all the sock puppet accounts censors it)..
    Guyana strives to protect forests and coast from climate change
    Its accolades include being labelled the breadbasket of the Caribbean as well as the Amazon adventure. But the natural environment for which the South American country of Guyana is famous is also reeling from the effects of climate change.
    Inter Press Service
    19 April 2012

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