Posted: February 9, 2018 Filed under: Alarmism Debunked, Alarmism uncovered, Alarmist media, Carbon Dioxide, Climatism, Dud predictions, Eco-Activists, Empirical Evidence, Extreme Weather, Fact Check, Global Cooling, Global Temperature, Green Agenda, Propaganda, Pseudo-Science | Tags: 2018 Winter Olympics, Alarmism, Atmosphere Cancer, Climate alarmism, Climate Change, Climatism, Data Tampering, global cooling, Global Temperature, Global Warming, Global Weirding, nature, science, Science and Environment, Temperature Data Fraud
Niagara Falls frozen | USA Today
RENOWNED marketing expert Seth Godin suggested in a recent interview with Business Insider that “Atmosphere Cancer” would be a far more engaging term to promote climate action, than “Global Warming” or “Climate Change”…
The solution to global warming then, in Godin’s playbook, comes down to simple storytelling. Instead of “letting scientists poorly tell a story with lots of qualifiers in it”, Godin says, storytellers should craft a message that resonates on a personal level.
Seth Godin on stage at Nordic Business Forum 2018.
Seth Godin: Here’s why storytelling solves global warming – Business Insider Nordic
ASSUMING that Godin’s insensitive term “atmosphere cancer” refers to the warming effect that human carbon dioxide emissions purportedly have on the atmosphere, let’s see what stage Godin’s cancer is at in the era of the propagandised “Hottest Year Evah“…
SNOW IN THE SAHARA DESERT FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW
FOR the second time in two years, winter has come once again to the dunes. In some parts of the Sahara, the snow was as deep as 15 inches. Prior to that, the Sahara had not seen snow since 1979 during the years of the “global cooling” scare.
More : Sahara desert blanketed with snow for second time this year after decades without even a flake | Mirror Online
FIRST SNOW IN 50 YEARS HITS SOUTHERN MOROCCO
More : Amid a warming planet, snow falls in Southern Morocco – first time in 50 years | Watts Up With That?
RECORD SNOWFALL HITS MOSCOW
MOSCOW saw more than half its average monthly snowfall in the space of 24 hours with 17 inches blanketing the capital by Sunday morning. At least one man was killed, several injured and about 2000 trees collapsed due to the heaviest snowfall in Moscow since the beginning of the weather records, said meteorologists.
More : SNOWFALL Will Become “A Very Rare And Exciting Event…” | Climatism
DAVOS ECONOMIC / GLOBAL WARMING SUMMIT – 6 FEET OF SNOW IN 6 DAYS
Scientists Get Buried In Snow At Davos While Lecturing On Global Warming
Scientists have once again set up a mock Arctic base camp to educate world leaders about man-made global warming at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Climate scientists hope their mock camp illustrates how global warming could impact the Arctic, but the “Gore effect” may make it harder to get the message across. Davos has seen frigid temperatures along with about six feet of snow in the last six days.
Climate Scientists Buried In Snow | The Daily Caller
EIFFEL TOWER CLOSED AS “EXCEPTIONAL” HEAVY SNOWFALL BLANKETS PARIS
TOPSHOT – Children play in the snow covered Champ de Mars near the Eiffel tower, on February 7, 2018 in Paris, following heavy snowfall. Exceptionally heavy snowfall brought public transport in Paris and surrounding regions to a near halt on February 7, spelling misery for commuters after hundreds were forced to abandon their cars to sleep in emergency shelters overnight. / AFP / Thomas SAMSON
Eiffel Tower closed for 3rd day in a row
Eiffel Tower closed
People walk through the snow covered alley of the Champ de Mars following heavy snowfall in Paris, on February 7, 2018 near the Eiffel tower. Exceptionally heavy snowfall brought public transport in Paris and surrounding regions to a near halt on February 7, spelling misery for commuters after hundreds were forced to abandon their cars to sleep in emergency shelters overnight. / AFP PHOTO / Thomas SAMSON (Photo credit should read THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images)
SNOW in Paris has closed the Eiffel Tower after six inches fell overnight and temperatures fell as low as -10C with adverse weather spreads across France and the UK.
The iconic French landmark has been closed for all visitors since Tuesday as the government struggles to cope with the “exceptional” situation.
A spokesperson for the Interior Ministry said: “2,500 police, firefighters, gendarmes SNCF and RATP staff are mobilised around the Île-de-France region to get things back to normal as soon as possible.”
Heavy snow is very unusual in Paris, when there is snow, it is usually a dusting.
Snow in Paris: Eiffel Tower closed as weather freezes France today | World | News | Express.co.uk
COLDEST US TEMPS ON RECORD
Women take a selfie in front of a frozen fountain in Bryant Park, Manhattan
Temperatures plummet to -37C as US is hit by record Arctic freeze
Temperatures have plummeted to -37C as the US Midwest and Northeast is hit by a record Arctic blast.
Cold weather records were set from Arkansas to Maine on Thursday and the freezing air is expected to last through the weekend and reach as far south as Texas and the Florida Panhandle.
In New Hampshire, the cold set a record for the day of -37C on Mount Washington.
An investigation has been launched by the humane society after a dog was found “frozen solid” on the porch of a home in Toledo, Ohio.
Temperatures plummet to -37C as US is hit by record Arctic freeze | SKY News
It’s so cold in the US that sharks are freezing to death
In Massachusetts, the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy found three thresher sharks washed up in Cape Cod, “stranded due to cold shock,” which can cause cardiac arrest in animals.
The conservancy collected tissue samples from the sharks that will be examined “once they thaw.”
“We hauled the shark off the beach and it is currently thawing at NOAA Fisheries Service to be dissected later,” the group wrote on Facebookabout the latest shark discovery. “A true sharkcicle!”
NIAGARA FALLS FROZEN OVER
A couple looks out over the partially frozen American side of the Niagara Falls during sub-freezing temperatures in Niagara Falls, Ontario March 3, 2014. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA – Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL SOCIETY) ORG XMIT: MDB14
Visitors take photographs at the brink of the Horseshoe Falls in Niagara Falls, Ontario, as cold weather continues through much of the province on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017. (Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press via AP)
Temperatures across the province dropped to record lows last month, as frigid air continues to hover over the region for longer than expected.
Global News meteorologist Ross Hull explained that 2018 has been the coldest Jan. 1 on record in the Niagara Falls area, with temperatures dipping below -26 C.
“That is well below average, considering the normal overnight/morning low should be closer to -7 C,” Hull said. “The high temperature on New Year’s Eve was also well below average with a daytime high close to -15 C.”
Niagara Falls’ breathtaking winter views are the upside of this extreme cold | Globalnews.ca
More : Niagara Falls frozen, covered in ice seen in stunning images | USA Today
ALLIGATORS SEEN FROZEN IN NORTH CAROLINA
Alligators seen frozen in North Carolina pond with snouts above water to survive record low temperatures
Those visiting frozen swamps in North Carolina a few days ago would have seen a very strange sight – alligator snouts poking out of the icy ponds, with their bodies frozen below.
Although the creatures were as still as if they were dead, experts have assured the public that this is simply how alligators survive in unexpectedly cold weather.
A “bomb cyclone” hit the East Coast of the US last week, dumping snow as far south as Florida, and causing usually relatively warm and humid swamps to face icy temperatures.
Alligators seen frozen in North Carolina pond with snouts above water to survive record low temperatures | The Telegraph
More : It’s so cold in the US that alligators are poking their snouts through ice to survive | ABC News
FROZEN FLORIDA IGUANAS
In Florida, iguanas are freezing and falling out of trees
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — It’s so cold in Florida that iguanas are falling from their perches in suburban trees.
Temperatures dipped below 40 degrees Fahrenheit (5 degrees Celsius) early Thursday in parts of South Florida, according to the National Weather Service in Miami.
That’s chilly enough to immobilize green iguanas common in Miami’s suburbs.
In Florida, iguanas are freezing and falling out of trees | USA Today
More : Fish frozen to death in South Korea – Ice Age Now
FROZEN CROPS IN SPAIN – EU FOOD SHORTAGE
Frozen crops mean salad days are over
A drought and cold weather in southern Spain have caused lettuce yields to fall by a quarterFRANCISCO BONILLA/REUTERS
Britain could be heading for a salad crisis after a cold snap in the Spanish region that produces iceberg lettuces, industry experts have warned.
The freeze in southern Spain has caused crops to fail and wholesale prices to soar. Importers are trying to secure alternative sources but there may not be enough to avoid shortages at supermarkets.
Last year bad weather affected a variety of winter and summer vegetables, leading to empty shelves in British supermarkets.
This year the cold snap has hit the Spanish regions of Almeria, Murcia and Alicante, where much of Britain’s imported icebergs, broccoli and artichokes come from. Yields for all three crops are down by about 25 per cent.
Frozen crops mean salad days are over | News | The Times
THERMOMETER BREAKS AFTER RECORDING -62C
Temperatures have become so cold in the Siberian region of Yakutia that people’s eyelashes have started to freeze when they venture outside CREDIT: INSTAGRAM/@ANASTASIAGAV
Thermometer in world’s coldest village breaks as temperatures plunge to -62C
The thermometer in a remote Siberian village known as the coldest inhabited place on earth has broken as temperatures plunged to near-record depths.
The public device, which was installed in Oymyakon as a tourist attraction, recorded -62C, before malfunctioning this week.
Meanwhile the Siberian Times reports that some locals had readings as low as -67C – in touching distance of the record -67.7C, which was logged in the village in February 1933.
Yet it is still some way off the coldest temperature ever recorded on the planet, which was -94.7C captured by a NASA satellite in east Antarctica in 2013.
Thermometer in world’s coldest village breaks as temperatures plunge to -62C | Telegraph
LOWEST TEMPERATURE EVER RECORDED IN BANGLADESH
Lowest ever 2.6 degrees recorded in Tetulia
Bangladesh recorded its lowest ever temperature in history at 2.6 degrees in Tetulia, Panchagarh under the influence of a severe cold wave prevailing through the northern districts.
In dense fog and bitter cold, labourers go to work in Harikesh area in Kurigram Sadar. Star file photo
Bangladesh Meteorological Department’s Tetulia branch Assistant Met Officer Md Raidul Islam told our Thakurgaon correspondent the lowest ever temperature was recorded at 8:38am this morning.
Lowest temperature in Bangladesh ever 2.6 degrees recorded in Tetulia | The Daily Star
BRUTAL COLD WRECKING SKIS AT WINTER OLYMPICS
It’s so cold at the Winter Olympics that skiers are being forced to throw away their expensive skis after practice runs
- Coaches threw away skis after Wednesday’s practice runs at the Winter Olympics.
- Cold temperatures can cause snow crystals to form sharp edges and ruin the bottom of skis.
- Temperatures during the practice runs in the morning were in the single digits Fahrenheit.
- Six people were recently treated for hypothermia during a concert held at the stadium that will be used for Friday’s opening ceremony.
The skiing events at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, have not started yet, but the brutally cold weather is already having an adverse effect on the skiers, some of whom are being forced to throw away their skis after practice runs.
A course worker at the Winter Olympics told Rory Carroll of Reuters that coaches were throwing skis away after practice runs on Wednesday.
“One of the coaches said they are throwing the skis out after today,” said Craig Randell, a start-crew technician who is working his third Olympics, told Reuters. “You can’t do anything about it, but with the cold temperatures, the snow adheres to the ski base and twists it. They are turning their skis to garbage real fast.”
Business Insider Singapore | BISG
COLDEST SUPER BOWL ON RECORD
Coldest Super Bowl ever gives fans a bone-chilling experience
MINNEAPOLIS — A New England Patriots fan who could see her breath as she talked outside U.S. Bank Stadium before Super Bowl LII noted she would be in select company.
“We’re going to be able to say that we went to the coldest Super Bowl ever,’’ Lisa Brown of Canton, Mass., told USA TODAY Sports.
It was a unique and bone-chilling experience — inside U.S. Bank Stadium, about 70 degrees. Outside, as Lisa Brown and her son, Bob, could attest, it was, well … FREEZING!
The temperature hovered just above zero and wind chill made it feel about minus-20 degrees.
Coldest Super Bowl ever gives fans a bone-chilling experience | USA Today
A look at the UAH satellite-based Temperature of the Global Lower Atmosphere (the exact place where AGW is supposed to occur and be measured) for January gives a clue as to the brutally cold NH winter …
THE Planet Continues To Cool After An El Niño Induced String Of Warm Years
A La Niña equatorial Pacific Ocean cooling event is making itself felt in the atmosphere, dropping average temperatures in the tropics to their lowest point since June 2012 (-0.15 C), and temperatures in the Southern Hemisphere (+0.06 C) to their coolest since April 2015 (-0.01 C), according to Dr. John Christy, director of the Earth System Science Center (ESSC) at The University of Alabama in Huntsville.
The drop in tropical temperatures (0.38 C) from December to January tied for the third largest one-month drop in the 470 months of satellite temperature data. The largest was 0.51 C from September to October 1991, which followed the eruption of the Mount Pinatubo volcano in the Philippines. The second largest (0.41 C) was from July to August 2014.
The planet continues to cool after an El Niño induced string of warm years | Watts Up With That?
THE more accurate and comprehensive UAH satellite temps (recorded by a NASA satellite) are in stark contrast to the spuriously ‘adjusted’ “Hottest Year Evah” graphs that come out of the hockey-stick halls of the gate-keepers of global temperature – NASA, NOAA, BoM and MetOffice…
FROM the real-world experiences evidenced in this post, which method of temperature gathering and reporting seems more accurate to you?
Some clues :
BASED on real-world evidence, it appears Mother Nature has either been taking massive doses of chemo to reverse her “atmosphere cancer” or Godin is merely another climate charlatan spreading a far more dangerous and real cancer – global warming alarmism based on belief, ideology and emotions, devoid of ‘science’, data and real-world observations.
GODIN would do well sending his CV to NASA GISS whose own version of ‘story telling’ has been critical in developing the fraudulent “hottest year evah” meme.
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