Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Former Secretary of President Reagans Office of Economic Opportunity Geologist Leighton Stewart rubbishes alarmist climate change movement.

                    The former secretary of President Reagans Office of Economic Opportunity geologist Leighton Stewart rubbishes the alarmist climate change movement.  In the WorldNetDaily (9 December 2011) his analysis entitled "THE CLIMATE CHANGE CON ARTISTS"  asks the following searching questions:

  1. Why can`t warming alarmists produce a single legitimate example of empirical evidence to support the man made global warming hypothesis?                                                              
  2. Why has the earth been warming for 300 years when man has only emitted measurable amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere for the last 150 years?                                                                                        
  3. Why did the earth cool for 500 years before the recent 300 year warming and warm for several hundred years before that when even the IPCC says CO2 levels did not change?                                        
  4. Why was the Medieval Warm Period, a thousand years ago, warmer than today even though the CO2 level was 38 percent lower than today?                                                                                     
  5. Why did many of the earth`s major glaciers in the Alps, Asia, New Zealand and Patagonia begin to retreat nearly half a century before the Industrial Revolution and man`s CO2 emissions?                                   
  6. Of the last five interglacials, going back 400 000 years, why is our current interglacial the coolest of the five even though the earth`s CO2 level is about 35 percent higher?                                              
  7. Why has our current 10 000 year long Holocene epoch been warmer than today for 50 percent of the time when CO2 levels were about 35 percent lower than today?                                            
  8. Why are correlations of the earth`s temperature with natural factors such as sunspot numbers,solar cycle lengths, solar magnetic variations and changes in major ocean currents all better than the correlation of earth`s temperature with CO2 levels?                                                                         

Sunday, 15 January 2012

Glaciers are growing worldwide. the Ice Age cometh!

     Climatologists have established that over the 4.5 billion years of the earth`s existence, ice ages have had interglacial periods that averaged about 11 500 years.   Then the earth lapses into a period of intense cold.  The earth today is 11 500 years since the end of the last major ice age so we are due another ice age and all the signs are there that it is coming fast.  A major sign is increasing evidence of growing glaciers. Argentina`s Perito Moreno is growing and it is in the southern hemisphere. Glaciers are growing in India, in the Rockies, in California and in Washington State. Last year in the US record snowpack had been reported in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and Oregon.   On California`s Mammoth Mountain the snowpack measured an incredible 728 percent above normal..  In June last year the Utah Snowbird ski resort reported snowpack at 525 percent above normal.  In Montana`s Glacier National park, in Colorado`s front Range, in Wyoming`s Grand Tetons, the glaciers and snowfields are all gaining in volume. So much for the global warming propaganda!  Pay attention BBC!

         for a comprehensive commentary of the state of play of glaciers worldwide refer to the site by Dr Robert W Felix the world`s leading authority on ice ages   www.iceagenow.info and www.iceagenow.com

The Ice Age Cometh!

         On 11 January Canberra in Australia had its lowest temperature in recorded history.   Canberra airport recorded 1.6 celsius the lowest January temperature ever recorded!

         In Austria in the town of Ischgl in the Alps ten feet of snow has fallen in two days! Many have been stranded in St Anton, Arlberg and about a week ago thousands were stranded in Zermatt.  The Austrian weather centre ZAMG said some places had not seen snow so deep in 30 years. South Germany, France and Switzerland have also experienced heavy snow.