Diary of A Climate Science Denialist: Global Cooling Skeptic Edition
I’m soooo scared! Game over, Man. Game over. It’s done. Stick a fork in it and serve it with pickles and onions. Repent and stew in your hangovers for the hour is rightously nigh! Global cooling is the 5th Horseman of the Apocolies. The Earth has no fever. It has hypothermia the impending Maunder Minimum instead. Blessed Gea has blue goosebumps. Or not….
America’s leading Climate Scientologists practice intellectual inquiry with the proximate rigor that Dr. Hook and The Medicine Show went after the elusive cure for cancer. These people started in the 1990′s with The Hockey Stick Curve and The Earth having a fever. The Canadian Pop-Band Smashmouth sang to us about we might as well be walking on the sun. Reality cast it’s veto and then the warmist arguments degraded to hiding the decline and doing “The Nature Trick.” Now we get The Great Global Cooling Scare of 2013.
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Closed System Effects on Global Warming
Asteroid Eros Reconstructed :Credit: NEAR Project, NLR, JHUAPL, Goddard SVS, NASA Explanation: Orbiting the Sun between Mars and Earth, asteroid 433 Eros was visited by the robot spacecraft NEAR-Shoemaker in 2000 February. The perfect “closed system” in the universe might be an asteroid orbiting Mars as seen above. Practically no matter input. Another is earth. Interesting how Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) fanatics are | Read More »
Global Warming hits Mars, Neptune
It is important, in our ongoing debate about what to do about global warming, to appreciate how widespread the problem really is. There is global warming occurring on Mars, on Neptune, on Pluto, on Triton, and other as well. It would be marvelous to discover out that we are causing those planets to heat up as well. It would mean that we have the means | Read More »
Longest recorded streak of sunspot inactivity broken
Via Slashdot comes the report that The Sun has broken a 95 year old record. Quoting the Daily Tech: The sun has reached a milestone not seen for nearly 100 years: an entire month has passed without a single visible sunspot being noted. The event is significant as many climatologists now believe solar magnetic activity – which determines the number of sunspots — is an | Read More »