Gmul kvikmynd fr um 1990: The Greenhouse Conspiracy...

Forngripur ea klassk? Mynd sem snd var stralska sjnvarpinu ri 1990, fyrir nnast 20 rum, - og umran hefur lti breyst.wink

a m fyrst og fremst lta essa mynd fr sgulegu sjnarmii, v arna koma fram menn sem enn eru frttunum, n tuttugu rum sar. Einnig menn sem vntanlega eru komnir undir grna torfu...

essi mynd er eingngu birt hr ar sem hn er forvitnileg. Vntanlega er hn a miklu leyti barn sns tma... Ea hva?

Er myndin barn sns tma? Hefur barni n a roskast og vitkast eim tveim ratugum sem linir eru san myndin var ger? Hefur eitthva breyst?

Fyrirvari: Skoanir sem koma fram myndinni eru a sjlfsgu ekki endilega r smu og skoanir ess er pistilinn ritar. a m alla vega hlja sr vi hana skammdeginu og kuldanum og velta fyrir sr hva hafi breyst sustu ratugum

Muni a myndin er fr 1990.

Ga helgicool

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGOMtTQFxh0

newsweek-global-cooling.jpg
Aeins 15 rum ur en myndin var ger voru hyggjurnar af allt rum toga,
eins og fram kemur greininni Newsweek sem myndin er af. Hva skyldi a hafa veri?
Smelli risvar myndina til a lesa essa frgu grein.


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1 Smmynd: Vilhjlmur Eyrsson

Flestallt, ef ekki allt sem fram kemur myndinni er gu gildi enn dag, tt hn s ger ur en Al Gore hf upp raust sna. En n fer essu vonandi a linna, v a var ekki fyrr bi a skrifa undir Kaupmannahfn, a mesta kuldakast manna minnum hfst. Myndirnar sem hefur snt af slinni kunna a sna stu ess. i hltur fyrr ea sar a renna af grurhsa- genginu, en eir munu verjast af alefli v hr er um mannor fjlmargra, hlrra og barmikilla "vsindamanna" a tefla. eir munu reianlega reyna a kenna "grurhsahrifum" um kuldakasti. En hva sagi ekki Abraham Lincoln:

You can fool all of the people some of the time,

And some of the people all of the time,

But you can not fool all of the people all of the time.

Vilhjlmur Eyrsson, 8.1.2010 kl. 21:15

2 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Jja, n kom allavega snjr Bretlandi. Kannski er hnatthlnun um a kenna.

Spyrillinn hj BBC grillai bkstaflega John Hirst yfirmann bresku veurstofunnar gr fyrir a sp kolvitlaust um sastlii sumar og veturinn nna. Hann spi nefnilega frbru grillsumri og mildum vetri. Hann var lka spurur t ha bnusa. a verur ftt um svr.

Sj fjri YouTube hr:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8BCnX8LIIY

a er erfitt a sp, srstaklega um framtina...

gst H Bjarnason, 8.1.2010 kl. 22:14

3 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

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People of Britain:

Surrender and we will take our freezing weather back.

Best regards, Iceland.

gst H Bjarnason, 8.1.2010 kl. 22:16

4 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

Nokku frlegt a sj a mlflutningur efasemdarmanna lti breytist 20 rum. rtt fyrir a rannsknir vsindamanna svii loftslagsvsinda sni enn betur en ur hvert samhengi milli grurhsalofttegunda og hitastigs er. Anna mjg athyglisvert er a fr 1990 eru ll r fyrir utan 1992 listanum yfir 20 heitustu rin heimsvsu san reglulegar mlingar hfust um ri 1880.

Snjr Bretlandi og kuldi m.a. Evrpu eru veurfyrirbri sem hafa ori sjaldgfari, en kuldakst eru ekki rk mti v a grurhsalofttegundir hafi hrif hitastig, au eru frekar hluti af nttrulegum sveiflum, sem gerast rtt fyrir hkkandi hitastig heimsvsu.

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 8.1.2010 kl. 22:52

5 Smmynd: Vilhjlmur Eyrsson

Ef "mlflutningur" okkar "efasemdarmanna" hefur lti breyst er v afar einfld skring: Stareyndir breytast ekki. r eru bara arna og breytast ekki alveg h "mlflutningi". talar um "heitustu r". g er farinn a taka llu slku tali me svaxandi efasemdum, ekki sst ljsi ess a IPCC og arir grurhsamenn nota "leirttar" tlur til a n fram niurstum, sem eim henta. En jafnvel tt um sm uppsveiflu hafi veri a ra breytir a ekki nokkrum skpuum hlut. Slkar upp- og niursveflur hafa alltaf veri til staar. a er hagganleg stareynd a til lengri tma liti fer loftslag jrinni hgt og sgandi klnandi og ornandi. Jkullinn kemur fyrr ea sar, v nverandi hlskei er egar ori smilega langt. Menn ttu a einbeita sr a v a auka hlnun, ekki a draga r henni.

Vilhjlmur Eyrsson, 8.1.2010 kl. 23:09

6 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Svatli: Hver veit nema Bretar eigi eftir a breyta nafninu
r England Newiceland ?

( ekki New Iceland eins og Manitoba nefnist).

gst H Bjarnason, 8.1.2010 kl. 23:10

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Eftirfarandi er fra NASA:

Unlike the surface-based temperatures, global temperature measurements of the Earth's lower atmosphere obtained from satellites reveal no definitive warming trend over the past two decades. The slight trend that is in the data actually appears to be downward. The largest fluctuations in the satellite temperature data are not from any man-made activity, but from natural phenomena such as large volcanic eruptions from Mt. Pinatubo, and from El Nio. So the programs which model global warming in a computer say the temperature of the Earth's lower atmosphere should be going up markedly, but actual measurements of the temperature of the lower atmosphere reveal no such pronounced activity.

magus (IP-tala skr) 9.1.2010 kl. 01:24

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Arid 2007:

A Toronto blogger discovered a problem with how NASA records U.S. temperatures, concluding that 1934 is actually the hottest year on record, not 1998. The climate change controversy is heating up once again.

Digital Journal — Al Gore, you better be listening: Last week, NASA corrected an error in its data of temperature records, apparently caused by a Y2K bug. Global warming alarmists are now enduring a fault line in their argument, and anti-warmers have another arrow in their quill. The problem was discovered by Toronto-based Steve McIntyre, who runs the blog climateaudit.org. He found that the hottest year on record in the U.S. is 1934, not 1998 as NASA previously claimed. After making adjustments to NASA’s data, McIntyre concluded about the hottest years in the U.S.:
Four of the top 10 are now from the 1930s: 1934, 1931, 1938 and 1939, while only 3 of the top 10 are from the last 10 years (1998, 2006, 1999). Several years (2000, 2002, 2003, 2004) fell well down the leaderboard, behind even 1900.

As the National Post wrote, NASA quickly made corrections when McIntyre pointed out the faulty data.

magus (IP-tala skr) 9.1.2010 kl. 01:35

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As previously mentioned, Steven McIntyre had sought release of CRU's data under the UK Freedom of Information Act. At first, Jones simply refused this and several similar requests from other parties. Then on July 27, 2009, CRU erased three key files from its public database, as Mr. McIntyre can prove easily because he has before-and-after screenshots. CRU followed up, in short order, with what McIntyre and some of his readers called an "unpredecented" "purge" of its public data directory. McIntyre's screenshots tell a breathtaking story of wholesale removal of files previously made available to the public, including, at one point, the deletion of every single listing in Phil Jones' public directory. Anthony Watts summed up the situation in one word: "panic."

Thetta skedi i sumar, fyrir ClimateGate.....CRU bregst vid Freedom OF Info med thvi ad eyda skjolum. Thad kemur svo i ljos i email-hneykslinu ad menn voru uppteknir ad thvi ad eyda vafasomum emailum, og skrifustu a, til ad minna hvorn annan a ad eyda hinum eda thessum posti..... ClimateGate byggist a emailum sem fengu ad lifa af hreinsunareldinn. Rusinan i pylsuendanum er svo ad upprunalega statikin um hitafar sem CRU byggdi a er ekki lengur til. Thad eru bara til gogn sem er buid ad "leidretta".... Samt er verid ad verja CRU, og sumir segja ad EKKERT sje athugavert.....

I dag er einnig deilt um vinnubrogd i Russlandi og Nyja Sjalandi

Thetta gerist allt eftir 2008 motmaelin fra 650 visindamonnum.....sem vert er ad skoda betur

En ekkert hefur komist almennilega i frettirnar, fyrir utan ClimateGate, vegna tolvuhakkara....

Skiptir ekki mali hvort vid "truum" a "hlynandi vedurfar" eda ekki: IPCC, og alveg sjerstaklega CRU, er fyrirbaeri sem er ekki thess vert ad verja

magus (IP-tala skr) 9.1.2010 kl. 03:42

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Ur skyrslu BNA thingsins um 700+ visindamenn sem motmaela IPCC:

“I am appalled at the state of discord in the field of climate science…There is no observational evidence that the addition of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions have caused any temperature perturbations in the atmosphere.” - Award-winning atmospheric scientist Dr. George T. Wolff, former member of the EPA’s Science Advisory Board, served on a committee of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and authored more than 90 peer-reviewed studies.

“Once again we have misleading climate change pronouncements being based on data errors, data errors detected by non-UN, non-IPCC, non-peer-reviewed external observers…This is exactly what happens when you base your arguments on ‘consensus science’ and not scientific fact.” - Professor Dr. Doug L. Hoffman, a mathematician, computer programmer, and engineer, who worked on environmental models and conducted research in molecular dynamics simulations. Hoffman co-authored the 2009 book, The Resilient Earth, described as “bringing a dose of skeptical reality to climate science and the global warming debate.”

“The questions are scientific, but the UN answers are political. The global warming debate is hardly about science.” - Computer Modeler and Engineer Allen Simmons, who worked 12 years with NASA's top climate scientists and wrote computer systems software for the world's first weather satellites and aided in the development of computer systems for polar orbiting satellites. Simmons co-authored the new skeptical book The Resilient Earth.

Belief in climate models compared to “ancient astrology”… "I believe the anthropogenic (man-made) effect for climate change is still only one of the hypotheses to explain the variability of climate.” - Award-winning Japanese Physicist Dr. Kanya Kusano, program director of the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology who’s research “focuses on the immaturity of simulation work cited in support of the theory of anthropogenic climate change.” compared climate models to “ancient astrology.”

“Temperature measurements show that the [climate model-predicted mid-troposphere] hot zone is non-existent. This is more than sufficient to invalidate global climate models and projections made with them!”- UN IPCC Scientist Dr. Steven M. Japar, a PhD atmospheric chemist who was part of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Second (1995) and Third (2001) Assessment Reports, and has authored 83 peer-reviewed publications and in the areas of climate change, atmospheric chemistry, air pollutions and vehicle emissions.

“The cause of these global changes is fundamentally due to the Sun and its effect on the Earth as it moves about in its orbit. Not from man-made activities.” - Retired Award Winning NASA Atmospheric Scientist Dr. William W. Vaughan, recipient of the NASA Exceptional Service Medal, a former Division Chief of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center and author more than 100 refereed journal articles, monographs, and papers.

“If global cooling will come soon -- scientists will lose trust .” - Award-winning Japanese Geologist Dr. Shigenori Maruyama, a professor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology’s Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences who has authored more than 125 scientific publications, was decorated with the Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon for a major contribution in the field of geology, specializes in the geological evidence of prehistoric climate change.

“The data which is used to date for making the conclusions and predictions on global warming are so rough and primitive, compared to what’s needed, and so unreliable that they are not even worth mentioning by respectful scientists.” - Award-winning Aerospace and Mechanical Engineer Dr. Gregory W. Moore, who has authored or co-authored more than 75 publications, book chapters, and reports, and authored the 2001 Version of the NASA Space Science Technology Plan which included a comprehensive approach to studying the Sun-Earth connection aspect of space-based research.

“I appreciate the opportunity to add my name to those who disagree that global warming is man-made…Hansen embarrassed NASA by coming out with his claims of global warming.” - Retired senior NASA atmospheric scientist Dr. John S. Theon, a former supervisor of NASA’s James Hansen, and the former Chief of the Climate Processes Research Program at NASA Headquarters and former Chief of the Atmospheric Dynamics & Radiation Branch.

“My dear colleague [NASA’s James] Hansen, I believe, has finally gone off the deep end... The global warming ‘time bomb,’ ‘disastrous climate changes that spiral dynamically out of humanity's control.’ These are the words of an apocalyptic prophet, not a rational scientist.” - Chemist Dr. Nicholas Drapela of the faculty of Oregon State University Chemistry Department

magus (IP-tala skr) 9.1.2010 kl. 04:03

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Hverjir skrifa thetta? Hvad eru their ad segja? Afhverju heyrast sjonarmid theirra ekki?

Temperature measurements show that the [climate model-predicted mid-troposphere] hot zone is non-existent. This is more than sufficient to invalidate global climate models and projections made with them!”- UN IPCC Scientist Dr. Steven M. Japar, a PhD atmospheric chemist who was part of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Second (1995) and Third (2001) Assessment Reports, and has authored 83 peer-reviewed publications and in the areas of climate change, atmospheric chemistry, air pollutions and vehicle emissions.

“I appreciate the opportunity to add my name to those who disagree that global warming is man-made…Hansen embarrassed NASA by coming out with his claims of global warming.” - Retired senior NASA atmospheric scientist Dr. John S. Theon, a former supervisor of NASA’s James Hansen, and the former Chief of the Climate Processes Research Program at NASA Headquarters and former Chief of the Atmospheric Dynamics & Radiation Branch.

magus (IP-tala skr) 9.1.2010 kl. 04:12

12 Smmynd: Vilhjlmur Eyrsson

Flott a f essi innlegg hj magus. tt mr s annars meinilla vi kulda, vona g a kuldakasti standi sem allra allra lengst, helst fram sumar og a dnsku sundin leggi (a stefnir a) og helst a Thames- leggi vi London, en a hefur ekki gerst san 19. ld, en var algengt "litlu sldinni". fer kannski loksins, loksins a renna upp ljs fyrir almenningi og einhverjum stjrnmlamnnum. "Vsindamenn" af smu tegund og James Hansen munu reianlega rekja alla klnun, alveg eins og hlnun til agera mannsins. eir geta ekki skili a nttran er svo miklu, miklu, miklu strri snium en brlt mannanna.

Vilhjlmur Eyrsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 05:58

13 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

The Telegraph 7. jan 2010:

Snow covers Britain from head to toe Snow covers Britain from head to toe

gst H Bjarnason, 9.1.2010 kl. 08:19

14 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

a er lka kalt Amerku:

Frosnar elur falla r trjm - Flrda!

Sj lka vde hr.

Svo er lka kalt vi Karabska hafi.

gst H Bjarnason, 9.1.2010 kl. 08:37

15 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Mail Online

Army rescues 1,000 drivers stranded in cars for 12 HOURS as UK is paralysed by heavy snow (with more on its way)

Myndir og vde

gst H Bjarnason, 9.1.2010 kl. 08:45

16 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Svo er a spurning, sem tengist gmlu kvikmyndinni sem pistillinn fjallar um:

tli vihorf flks til hnatthlnunar eigi eftir a breytast eftir svona afgerandi kuldakast?

Cold Changes Attitudes

gst H Bjarnason, 9.1.2010 kl. 08:51

17 Smmynd: Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson

etta me "Urban warming"..... a vri gaman a sj allar hitamlingar r ttbli teknar t r mealtalsmlingum. Minnkar ekki "Global warming" - mealtali vi a?

Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 16:30

18 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Gunnar.

Hr eru sm fingar:

CRU 3b – Urban Warm Bias in GHCN

gst H Bjarnason, 9.1.2010 kl. 16:43

19 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Pistillinn sem g vsai er upphaflega han.

gst H Bjarnason, 9.1.2010 kl. 16:45

20 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Myndin er tekin Kaupmannahfn mean rstefnuninni um hnatthlnun st:

http://noconsensus.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/image12.jpg

gst H Bjarnason, 9.1.2010 kl. 16:51

21 Smmynd: Hskuldur Bi Jnsson

a verur frlegt fyrir sguspekinga framtarinnar a skoa essa afneitun ykkar. Ef einhver spyr mig eftir tuttugu r hvort a hafi virkilega veri einhverjir sem efuust um hlnun jarar ri 2010 vsa g eim a skoa gst gamla

Hskuldur Bi Jnsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 18:15

22 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Hski Bi.

Ekki vera svona leiur.

Sannau til, eftir fein r vera fjlmargir hnatthlnunar vsindamenn farnir a ganga me veggjum svo lti beri eim. etta vera eir vsindamenn sem hamra hafa httunni af gurlegri hnatthlnun af mannavldum.

a versta er a etta eru svo margir vsindamenn, a erfitt verur a finna ngu langan vegg til a ganga me. a er ekki vonlaust. Knamrinn er nefnilega samtals tplega 9.000 km langur. ar er rugglega ng plss.

gst H Bjarnason, 9.1.2010 kl. 18:26

23 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

J a breytist ftt hj efasemdarmnnum, sami mlflutningurinn 20 r og heldur vntanlega fram nstu 20 rin

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 18:32

24 Smmynd: Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson

J, a er merkilegt og segir e.t.v. mislegt a smu rkin duga, rtt fyrir n hverju ri hj alarmistunum.

Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 20:34

25 Smmynd: Hskuldur Bi Jnsson

gst: Hva heldur a veri til ess a alvru loftslagsvsindamenn muni urfa a ganga me veggjum?

Hskuldur Bi Jnsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 20:41

26 Smmynd: Hskuldur Bi Jnsson

Gunnar: a er eins hr slandi og annars staar - eir sem afneita hlnun jarar af mannavldum koma alltaf me smu mturnar, sem sfellt er veri a hrekja.

Hva segiru annars dag - a er kalt hluta Evrpu og USA, tlaru n a fara a halda v fram a a s a klna? hefur undanfarna mnui viurkennt a a s hlnun gangi - tlaru a htta v vegna essa kuldakasts?

Hskuldur Bi Jnsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 20:45

27 Smmynd: Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson

Nei, a tla g ekkert a gera. etta er ekki loftslagi... etta er veri

Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 21:15

28 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

Gunnar hva fr ig til a halda a rkin "dugi"? Rk "efasemdarmanna" duga engan vegin, ef svo vri vrum vi ekki a ra mlin hrna...

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 21:26

29 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Auvita er etta bara sm snjkast hj okkur strkar, svona tilefni kalda veursins sem hrellir ngranna okkar.

Sjlfsagt meinum vi ekkert meira me v ...

- Auvita er etta kuldakast ekkert anna en veur, en a er stundum gaman a gantast dlti.

http://www.menntagatt.is/gallery/albums/Vetur5-7/aaf.gif

gst H Bjarnason, 9.1.2010 kl. 21:32

30 Smmynd: Hskuldur Bi Jnsson

Hvah - rosalega eru i mellow dag - ekki einu sinni hgt a sa ykkur upp

Hskuldur Bi Jnsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 21:43

31 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 21:53

32 Smmynd: Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson

a duga engin rk essu.... allt meira og minna giskanir

Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 22:44

33 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

Ertu a segja Gunnar a mlingar og rannsknir sunda vsindamanna su bara giskanir? Ja, a er n a, ea ertu kannski a tala um rk efasemdarmanna, ef svo er, tek g undir me r.

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 22:54

34 Smmynd: Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson

Ertu a tala um "trickin" sem eir uru uppvsir a um daginn?

Annars hef g aldrei efast um a a hafi hlna. g efast hinsvegar um tt mannsins v og ekki sst efast g um a hrifin af hlnuninni su eins slm og alarmistarnir halda fram.

Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 23:06

35 Smmynd: Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson

Breytingar nttrinni urfa ekki a vera slmar og sennilega eru stugar breytingar verttu umlinum rsundum, sta ess a mannskepnan hefur blmstra.

Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 23:10

36 Smmynd: Vilhjlmur Eyrsson

g veit ekki hva Gunnar var a segja en g er a segja fullum fetum a "mlingar og rannsknir sunda vsindamanna" byggja mjg veigamiklum undirstuatrium beinlnis giskunum. a er annig raun og veru. Sem dmi m taka, a enginn veit hva miki koldox streymir r irum jarar fr eldfjllum og hverasvum ofansjvar og nean hverjum degi. Um etta eru einungis til giskanir beinlnis beint t lofti. Hin undirstu- giskunin er, a enginn veit, getur vita ea getur mlt hva mikil upptaka jurtalfsins koldoxi ofansjvar og nean er. essi atrii, en enn frekar hi sara eru beinlnis undirstuttir allri koldox- prblematkinni og byggja, sem fyrr sagi eingngu giskunum, v a er hugsandi me llu a mla r gfurlega stru strir sem hr er um a ra. Raunar er fjldamargt anna llu essu ofurflkna dmi byggt getgtum og giskunum. Sem fyrr sagi. Nttran er einfaldlega miklu strri en grurhsa- gengi getur skili.

Vilhjlmur Eyrsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 23:24

37 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

a er lngu bi a hrekja a a essi trick sem talar um, hafi eitthva me falsanir ea svik vsindamanna a gera...ar af leiandi eru a ekki haldbr rk einu ea neinu varandi loftslagsml, au su miki notu hj efasemdarmnnum

Loftslagsbreytingar hafa sjlfsagt tt sr sta san jrin byrjai a hringsnast um slu, ekkert ntt v. Grurhsalofttegundir halda jrinni heitri, ekkert ntt ar heldur. Aukning grurhsalofttegunda af mannavldum, a aftur mti hefur ekki gerst me essum mikla hraa sem sr sta nna og sustu ca. 150 r. a er tali a essi aukning hafi hrif hitastig, .e. a hitastig hkki. S stareynd a vsindamenn vilji lta vita af v a sem eir hafa komist a me rannsknum og mlingum getur varla talist alarmismi, hva sem a er num augum Gunnar. a hltur a vera siferileg skylda eirra a koma vitneskjunni framfri.

g tel a tal um alarmista, um sem vilja a bestu ggnin sem vi hfum varandi essi ml (.e. rannsknir vsindamanna) veri rdd, s a einhverju marki rur efasemdarmanna sem vilja gera lti r eim rannsknum og mlingum sem vsindamenn hafa stunda. En etta eru nttrulega bara giskanir num augum Gunnar og lti hgt a gera til a breyta eirri hugsun inni.

A lokum sm brandari til a halda umrunni lttu ntunum:

TrickSTRIPdraft

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 9.1.2010 kl. 23:44

38 Smmynd: Hskuldur Bi Jnsson

Vilhjlmur:

a eru engar giskanir a CO2 hafi byrja a aukast venjulega miki fyrir rmlega 150 rum san - beinar mlingar r andrmsloftinu og r skjrnum:

Getur bent grarlegu aukningu eldvirkni og jarhitavirkni sastliin 150 r sem benda til ess a koldox s komi annars staar fr?

Annars geturu lesi ig til um a hvernig menn tla magn CO2 fr eldvirkni og jarhitavirkni, bi ofan og neansjvar me v a lesa etta hr: Volcanic Contributions to the Global Carbon Cycle

Niurstaan er s a eldfjll gefa fr sr vi nverandi astur tplega 1% af v sem menn gefa fr sr af CO2. au hafa v sraltil hrif heildarstrina.

CO2 er a aukast andrmsloftinu og af vldum manna - etta hefur veri mlt og stafest og v engar giskanir, sj: Mta: Aukningin CO2 andrmsloftinu er nttrulegog Blogg: Er aukning CO2 af vldum manna?

Gunnar: Hr sru vi hva vi urfum a eiga vi, sfellt a svara smu gmlu reltu mtunum.

Hskuldur Bi Jnsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 01:10

39 Smmynd: Vilhjlmur Eyrsson

Greinin sem bendir fjallar einungis um eldfjallavirkni en hleypur alveg yfir stareynd a koldox streymir miklu magni r jarhitasvum jarar ofansjvar og nean allan slarhinginn alla daga rsins. nefnir heldur ekki a upptaka jurtanna koldoxi er alger undirstuttur llu essu dmi, en um hana er rauninni sralti vita egar a er g. g er allt of latur vi a merkja a sem g hef lesi, en g s alveg nlega a skur vsindamaur vill n halda v fram, a allt etta tal um aukningu koldoxs s rangt. Jurtirnar hafi jafnum gleypt a sem fr mnnunum hafi komi og raun s koldoxmagni konstant. Mli er, a g vantreysti stugt meira og meira llum upplsingum og tlum sem fr grurhsamnnum koma. a er ekki hgt a treysta vsindamnnum sem "leirtta" tlur til a f r niurstur sem eir vilja sj. Grurhsamenn sj bara a sem eir vilja sj en strauja yfir allt anna.

Vilhjlmur Eyrsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 02:30

40 Smmynd: Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson

Svatli, brandarinn er gur

Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 06:38

41 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

a hefur veri fjalla um msar aferir til a bjarga jrinni okkar fr gltun.

Vsindamenn hafa miki hugleitt essi ml, og hr fyrir nean eru nokkrar tillgur sem stoli er af essari vefsu.

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Top 10: Wacky Geo-ingineering Ideas to Save Our Planet

The solution to climate change lies not in the hands of politicians, but some seriously nutty scientists.

For the uninitiated, geoengineering is easiest explained as the plan B in the fight against climate change, in case our politicians and world leaders fail. And as the Kyoto agreement is due 2012, with both Bali and Copenhagen settled disappointments, it is perhaps time for drastic action.

Scientists all over the world are already on it.

10. Ocean Iron Fertilization

“Give me half a tanker of iron, and I’ll give you an ice age” ~John Martin, discoverer of the Ocean Iron Fertilization Idea.

Introduce iron into the ocean’s upper layer and increase the amount of phytoplankton (plant plankton) in the ocean. This in turn will increase the amount of food for ocean life, strengthen the ecosystem and most importantly, take in CO2 and release oxygen. The problem however, is not just the process but the scale on which it has to be done to make an impact.

9. Cloud Reflectivity Enhancement

Making clouds whiter. How? Apparently the “viable plan” by Stephen Salter of the University of Edinburgh is to have 1500 special ships known as Flettner ships to spray ocean water into the atmosphere. The ocean spray would work within a concept known as the Twomey Effect. The biggest problem is the lack on ocean nuclei needed due to pollution.

Problem: 1500 honkin’ ships shooting water into the air.



8. Scatterers – Stratospheric Sulfate Aerosols

Release microparticles into the atmosphere at the rate of 1 million metric tons a year through the use of jumbo jets and military artillery. The idea is to reflect some of the sunlight entering our atmosphere, thus reducing warming effects and helping us keep nice and cool. Read more at Wikipedia.

7. Sun-blocking Space Crafts

Some people have been watching way too many movies; Stephen Schneider of Stanford University to be precise. He suggests building 60,000 shiny space crafts and putting them into orbit. This is yet another proposed process to avert some of the sun’s rays (10% to be exact) and cool the earth. Cost: $100 billion a year.


What would Spock say?

6. The CO2 Scrubber

Like the concept of terraforming was introduced in the movie Total Recall, the idea here is to create 250,000 C02 scrubbers and deploy them around the world. The greenhouse gases would be stored underground and used to fuel industries. Here’s the rub: 250,000 units- that’s a quarter-million machines built and deployed. It’s not impossible, but considering the world’s governments can’t agree on a lunch menu, how would they organize such a crazy project?

5. Artificial Trees

The concept of building artificial trees around the world and allowing them to filter out the carbon monoxide is just the ticket. I have no idea why this wouldn’t work beyond the fact that we’re using artificial trees. Why not just plant more trees? Oh wait, we need those for cutting. Perhaps a better plan would be to make artificial trees and cut them down and leave the real ones alone. Nutty as it may seem, this idea has already received media attention.

4. The Sulfur Dioxide Hose

The idea is to loft baloons into the air and have them just floating around. The huge balloons would have several air hoses attached to them that would spray sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere creating a nice red hue at sunset.

The technology is available right now and could be readily deployed. The downside is that like many other expensive international endeavors, one country will probably end up footing the 300 trillion dollar bill. See Treehugger article for more information.

3. Space Frisbees to Save Earth

The idea has been proposed to shoot millions of reflective disks into orbit around the Earth. We’re talking in the neighborhood of 80,000 discs per minute over the course of years. Hasbro, an American Toy maker, is firmly behind this idea, as are skeet shooting clubs around the world.

2. The Volcano Idea

To create manmade volcanoes and use them to spew forth enough particles to help cool the Earth: This is an ongoing project by the British Royal Society that would require an eruption every few months for the rest of our time here on Earth or at least until we can figure out how to reduce our emissions and clean up what we’ve already done.

Where these eruptions are to take place and what the effects on the Earth would be, no one really knows. Personally I believe any volcanoes that are manmade should be made into amusement parks as well. The braincases who endorse this idea should be the only ones allowed in the park, preferably just before an eruption.

1. The “Farting Tank” for Cows

Though this isn’t strictly Geo-engineering, Scientists figure that one steak dinner for a family of four equals the same amount of greenhouse gas emission as a long drive in a SUV. The thought is to either figure out a way to reduce the methane production of cattle or reduce the amount of cattle being herded. One proposed way to reduce the gas production of cattle is to feed them garlic. Another is to attach plastic tanks to the cow to encapsulate its farts.

Why not just take it to the next level and shoot them into space? Their corpses could block out the sun and reduce greenhouse emissions. They would no doubt stay fresh and we could retrieve the beef at anytime through shuttle missions. Too nutty? See above.

For further funny reading on cows as #1 climate crook, check out this article: “Meet the world’s top destroyer of the environment. It is not the car, or the plane,or even George Bush: it is the cow.”

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Hafa menn ekki gleymt einhverju, t.d. eins og niurdlingu CO2 eins og Orkuveita Reykjavkur er a prfa Hellisheii?

gst H Bjarnason, 10.1.2010 kl. 06:58

42 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

gst essi listi sem bendir er tekin beint af heimasu Anthony Watts (einn tilgangur su hans a mnu mati er a gera lti r loftslagsvsindunum) og eini tilgangur listans a mnu viti er a gera lti r allskyns tilraunum og rannsknum sem framkvmdar hafa veri svolklluum geo-engineering (loftslagsverkfri). Loftslagsverkfri er nleg grein og r hugmyndir sem koma aan eru oft tum eins og teknar r vsindaskldsgum, og vera margar hverjar hugsanlega ekki a neinu, en sumt getur ori a veruleika. Niurdling CO2 er t.d. ein af eim hugmyndum sem g myndi tla a gti veri nothf, en hn hefur vntanlega ekki veri ngu "wacky" til a komast listann sem Anthony Watts vitnar arna til. etta er raun klasssk afer efasemdarmanna vi a reyna a gera lti r frigreinum loftslagsvsindanna og ekki meira um a a segja.

Vilhjlmur: g held a ef tlar a halda svona hlutum fram eins og "Jurtirnar hafi jafnum gleypt a sem fr mnnunum hafi komi og raun s koldoxmagni konstant.", skaltu halda utan um heimildirnar og passa a tna ekki tenglunum. Styrkur koldox andrmsloftinu hefur aukist um u..b. 38% fr v fyrir inbyltingu, a er mlanleg stareynd. .a.l. eru fullyringar veru a " raun s koldoxmagn konstant" alrangar.

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 10:23

43 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Svatli.

essi listi er EKKI tekinn af su Antony Watts. Efst athugasemdinni minni stendur skrum stfum:

"a hefur veri fjalla um msar aferir til a bjarga jrinni okkar fr gltun.

Vsindamenn hafa miki hugleitt essi ml, og hr fyrir nean eru nokkrar tillgur sem stoli er af essari vefsu".

"essi vefsa" sem vsa er er:

http://totallytop10.com/science-technology/engineering/top-10-geo-ingineering-ideas-to-save-our-planet

Sem er alls ekki vefsa Antony Watts.

Ef vi kkjum vefsu Antony Watts, sjum vi a aeins liir 10, 9, og 8 eru ar. Alls ekki liir 7,6,5,4,3,2 & 1. a vri v ekki einu sinni mgulegt a nappa essum lista aan.

essi "Topp-tu" vefsa aan sem essi listi kemur, fjallar yfirleitt aldrei um neitt sem tengist loftslagsmlum. Aeins mislegt "Totally top ten" eins og eir kalla a.

http://totallytop10.com

etta tti v allt saman a vera gu lagi. Varla er veri a gera lti r einhverjum, v etta eru allt saman atrii sem skou hafa veri og sum eru kunnugleg, v um au hefur veri fjalla vsindagreinum og rum greinum. nokkrum stum eru listanum tilvsanir tarefni.

ess vegna skil g ekki me nokkru mti athugasemd na varandi Antony Watts veurfring, ea a lti s veri a gera r einhverju ea einhverjum.

Algjrlega arfa hyggjur hj r Svatli. Keep Cool!

gst H Bjarnason, 10.1.2010 kl. 10:50

44 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

g er svellkaldur. a breytir ekki v a etta er alekkt afer vi efasemdarmanna vi a gera lti r vsindum (vntanlega notu fr 1990 ea jafnvel fyrr). Hvaan sem hefur nappa essu skiptir raun ekki aalmlinu, tkoman er s sama, .e. listi sem gerur er af einhverjum annarlegum (fyndnum?) stum til a gera lti r vsindunum og innifelur akkrat engin efnisleg rk sem halda vatni umrunni. En a hefur ekki trufla efasemdarmenn a nota rkleysur hinga til

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 11:06

45 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Httur a skilja

gst H Bjarnason, 10.1.2010 kl. 11:24

46 Smmynd: Hskuldur Bi Jnsson

Vilhjlmur:

greininni segir:

Present day geological emissions of CO2 include both volcanic emsissions (both passive, from volcanoes in repose, and those related directly to eruptive activity) and non-volcanic - direct emissions from the earth's crust and lithosphere.

g vona a haldir essu til haga, svo g urfi ekki a svara essu aftur - ar er vitna meal annars heimildina: Carbon degassing from the lithosphere

En svarar mr ekki - hvar heldur a hafi ori essi grarlega aukning eldvirkni ea jarhitavirkni sem bendir til a aukningin sastliin 150 r su aan komin?

IPCC tk saman a sem vita er um hringrs CO2 ogmefylgjandi mynd snirniurstuna - ar sst a CO2 fr mnnum er ekki str hluti af heildarkerfinu enda halda menn v ekki fram - aftur mti er aukningin CO2 af vldum manna, um a er vsindaleg stt:

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a sem vekur kannski helst athygli essari mynd er a bi plntur og sjrinn hafa teki meira til sn af CO2 eftir inbyltinguna, en a ngir alls ekki til a halda CO2 andrmsloftinu skefjum og v eykst a.

Reyndar finnst mr menn vera ansi langt fr raunveruleikanum ef eir halda v fram a CO2 aukningin andrmsloftinu s ekki af vldum manna eins og (Vilhjlmur) virist gefa skyn.

Hskuldur Bi Jnsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 11:32

47 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

Skiluru ekki a einasti tilgangur essa lista er a gera lti r vinnu vsindamanna, skoau oralag listans:

"Why not just take it to the next level and shoot them into space? Their corpses could block out the sun and reduce greenhouse emissions. They would no doubt stay fresh and we could retrieve the beef at anytime through shuttle missions. Too nutty?"

etta eru endalausar rkleysur, svipaar og notaar hafa veri af efasemdarmnnum langan tma n, en virist ekki almennt trufla mlflutningi snum, eins t.d. Watts, sem notar svona rugl sem uppfyllingarefni suna sna

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 11:36

48 Smmynd: Vilhjlmur Eyrsson

a er n svo komi fyrir mr, a g fyllist efa hvert sinn sem g s tlur fr grurhsamnnum. eir eru ekki lengur vsindamenn, heldur a halda fram tilteknum mlsta og sj v bara a sem eir vilja sj og nota aeins r tlur og niurstur sem henta mlstanum. Meal annars er g farinn a efast um fullyringar um a koldox hafi veri eitthva a ri minna fyrir inbyltingu en n. Mlingar essu eru nefnilega ekki samhlja, og mislegt bendir til a aukningin, ef um verulega aukningu er a ra, s miklu minni en yfirleitt er tala um. g held v ekki fram, a jurtirnar ti jafnum a koldox sem fr mnnunum kemur, heldur endurtek aeins a sem g s erlendu blai fyrir nokkru haft eftir skum vsindamanni. Um koldox- uppstreymi er etta a segja: Hvernig eru essar tlur fengnar? Hvernig voru mlingarnar framkvmdar? Var fari me mlitki a hverju hverasvi og eldgg ofanjarar og nean, uppstreymi mlt og niurstur birtar? Nei og aftur nei. etta eru einungis getgtur gjrsamlega t lofti og rtt fyrir barmiki "vsindalegt" yfirbrag skp venjuleg steypa, eins og menn eiga a venjast fr grurhsa- genginu.

Vilhjlmur Eyrsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 12:47

49 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

Vilhjlmur; hvernig vri n a f ggn fr r sem styja essar fullyringar nar. g str efast um a til su ggn sem styji ennan mlflutning inn, en g b spenntur eftir v a getir inna heimilda. N vri kannski r hj r Vilhjlmur a fara a halda utan um heimildirnar nar, nema etta su bara skoanir byggar rkleysum, a hljmar annig fyrir mr.

Varandi a hvernig tlur eru fengnar og mlingar framkvmdar, er hgt a nlgast ggn vsindatmaritum og fleiri stum, t.d. hr er miki af ggnum.

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 13:06

50 Smmynd: Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson

Tja... er ekki erfitt fyrir Vilhjlm a sna ggn um eitthva sem hann segir a s ekki til? (mlingar hverum og eldggum) Ert a ekki frekar sem tt a sna ggn um mlingarnar?

Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 15:12

51 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

Gunnar; g held a a s mjg erfitt fyrir Vilhjlm a sna fram ggn sem sna fram a hans rk standist skoun. Afhverju held g a...j af v au ggn eru ekki til staar, allavega ekki vsindaleg ggn.

a eru til ggn varandi ndun jarar og losun grurhsalofttegunda af mannavldum, sj t.d. athugasemd 46. En ef Vilhjlmur kveur a stinga hfinu sandinn og skoa a ekki frekar, finnst mr a hann veri a sna fram hvernig hann kemst a sinni niurstu, annars eru etta bara marktkar skoanir hj honum, sem ekki standast nnari skoun.

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 17:03

52 Smmynd: Hskuldur Bi Jnsson

Vilhjlmur: a er bi a mla CO2 loftblum skjarna nokkur hundru sund r aftur tman - vi vitum a aukningin n er langtum meiri en nokkurn tma eirri sgu. Aukningin hfst me inbyltingunni og brennslu jarefnaeldsneytis. En n viltu halda v fram a ekki s a marka CO2 ggn r skjrnum og v s ekki vst a nokkur aukning CO2 hafi ori - ea hva?

Mr vitanlega eru san engar upplsingar um a a nokkurs staar hafi ori margfldun eldvirkni n jarhitavirkni essu tmabili.tt virist ekki tta ig v, erusundir jarfringa va um heim a stderaallar helstu uppsprettur CO2 r eldfjllum og v ermagn losunar CO2 sem kemur me eldvirkni og jarhitavirknitluvert ekkt - allavega strargran - hvort a er hlft prsent ea eitt og hlft prsent mia vi losun af vldum manna skiptir raun ekki mli.

a er reyndar g lei til a g htti essu rasi vi ig, v g tla ekki a rkra vi menn sem taka ekki mark mlanlegum vsindalegum niurstum. g stti mig gtlega vi a egar menn koma me lklegar skringar einhverju tengdu loftslagsbreytingum og er gaman a rkra, en egar menn kvea gjrsamlega a hunsa reianlegar mlingar er mli dautt a mnu mati. a er mlefnaleg uppgjf af inni hlfu - a hunsa mliniurstur.

Hskuldur Bi Jnsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 17:06

53 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Mail Online

Grein veftgfu The Daily Mail dag:

The mini ice age starts here

By David Rose
Last updated at 11:17 AM on 10th January 2010

The bitter winter afflicting much of the Northern Hemisphere is only the start of a global trend towards cooler weather that is likely to last for 20 or 30 years, say some of the world’s most eminent climate scientists.

Their predictions – based on an analysis of natural cycles in water temperatures in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans – challenge some of the global warming orthodoxy’s most deeply cherished beliefs, such as the claim that the North Pole will be free of ice in
summer by 2013.

According to the US National Snow and Ice Data Centre in Colorado, Arctic summer sea ice has increased by 409,000 square miles, or 26 per cent, since 2007 – and even the most committed global warming activists do not dispute this.

North Pole
The scientists’ predictions also undermine the standard climate computer models, which assert that the warming of the Earth since 1900 has been driven solely by man-made greenhouse gas emissions and will continue as long as carbon dioxide levels rise....
... MEIRA HR...


gst H Bjarnason, 10.1.2010 kl. 17:42

54 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Bretum er greinilega ekki rtt:

Panic buying hits supermarkets as Met Office warns of eight inches MORE snow today and tomorrow

By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 6:00 PM on 10th January 2010

  • Supermarket shelves emptied of essentials
  • Food prices set to soar because of freezing weather
  • Army mobilised to help out as Big Freeze set to continue

Supermarkets were stripped of essentials today as weathermen predicted further snow and a prolonged period of freezing weather.

Bread, milk and salt to treat frozen pathways were among the items being swept from the shelves as customers stocked up.

Further heavy snowfalls lashed big-freeze Britain, piling more pressure on the country's already-stretched winter resources.

Shaw in the Pennines

gst H Bjarnason, 10.1.2010 kl. 18:05

55 Smmynd: Hskuldur Bi Jnsson

gst 53: Hr er einnig vital vi Mojib Latif og ar er tlkunin ekki eins extrm og r takti v vsindalega hugsun og v sem sendir inn

Forscher: Klte kein Zeichen fr nachlassenden Klimawandel

Die aktuelle Kltewelle ist nach Einschtzung des Kieler Klimaforschers Mojib Latif kein Anzeichen fr ein Nachlassen des weltweiten Klimawandels. Entscheidender fr das Weltklima ist nach seiner Auskunft das Klima in den Tropen.

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Die aktuelle Kltewelle ist nach Einschtzung des Kieler Klimaforschers Mojib Latif kein Anzeichen fr ein Nachlassen des weltweiten Klimawandels. Allerdings knne es sein, dass die Erwrmung bis Mitte des Jahrzehnts aufgrund natrlicher Schwankungen im Klimageschehen vorbergehend zum Stillstand komme, sagte Latif dem Sender HR-Info. "Nach dieser Phase knnte es sich dann um so schneller wieder erwrmen". Auf lange Sicht wrden eisige Winter, wie derzeit in Europa, Teilen Asiens und Nordamerikas immer seltener werden.

Entscheidender fr das Weltklima ist nach Auskunft des Meteorologie-Experten der Universitt Kiel ohnehin weniger die Wetterentwicklung in unseren Breiten als das Klima in den Tropen und die seien im Moment "auergewhnlich warm". Letztlich sei dies sogar der Auslser fr den derzeitigen Eiswinter im Sden der USA. "Das ist auf die warmen Temperaturen im tropischen Pazifik zurckzufhren, ein Phnomen, das wir 'El Nio? nennen", sagte Latif. Dieses Naturereignis bewirkt eine Umkehrung normaler Strmungsverhltnisse im sdlichen Pazifik, was neben klimatischen Vernderungen dort auch starke Auswirkungen auf das globale Wettergeschehen hat.

Hskuldur Bi Jnsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 18:35

57 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

Merkilegt hva veur fr efasemdarmenn upp af stlnum. Annars er alls ekki tiloka a nttrulegar sveiflur eigi sr sta rtt fyrir a hitastig hkki til lengri tma, eins og margoft hefur veri nefnt, m.a. Mojib Latif, eim sem um er tala a hluta til hj gsti og Hska hr a ofan. Hr m sj myndband um a hvernig or Latif voru endurtlku og misskilin af efasemdarmnnum, nnast um lei og hann hafi lti au fr sr og hr er grein af loftslag.is sem fjallar um sama. A lokum er hr graf sem snir hvernig hitastigshkkun gti "hugsanlega" liti t (etta er ekki sp) framtinni, arna m t.d. sj lkkun hitastigs fr 2010-2030 og aftur ca. 2060-2080, sj nnar hr.

Skrikkjtt hlnun

PS. g auglsi enn eftir marktkum ggnum fr Vilhjlmi.

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 18:50

58 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

Slir.

g skil a annig a David Rose hafi tala vi Latif grkvld:

"Prof Latif, who leads a research team at the renowned Leibniz Institute at Germany’s Kiel University, has developed new methods for measuring ocean temperatures 3,000ft beneath the surface, where the cooling and warming cycles start.

He and his colleagues predicted the new cooling trend in a paper published in 2008 and warned of it again at an IPCC conference in Geneva last September.

Last night he told The Mail on Sunday: ‘A significant share of the warming we saw from 1980 to 2000 and at earlier periods in the 20th Century was due to these cycles – perhaps as much as 50 per cent.

'They have now gone into reverse, so winters like this one will become much more likely. Summers will also probably be cooler, and all this may well last two decades or longer.

‘The extreme retreats that we have seen in glaciers and sea ice will come to a halt. For the time being, global warming has paused, and there may well be some cooling.’ "



Meira veit g ekki um etta ml.



gst H Bjarnason, 10.1.2010 kl. 19:00

59 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

g ekki a ekki betur en gst og heldur ekki hverskonar heimild Mail on Sunday ea David Rose er. En Mojib Latif hefur kalla sjlfan sig Global Warming, sj nnar myndbandinu. a getur vel veri a hann hafi sagt etta vi David Rose, tla ekkert a fullyra um a, enda er hann a rannsaka essar nttrulega sveiflur sem eiga sr sta, hafa tt sr sta og munu eiga sr sta framtinni, rtt fyrir hkkandi hitastig. Sj t.d. grafi athugasemd 57.

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 19:17

60 Smmynd: gst H Bjarnason

g vona bara a essu kuldakasti fari a linna.

bar Englands og Suur-Evrpu eru ekki vanir svona veri sem setur allt lf meira og minna r skorum. Svipa er upp teningnum vestan hafs.

barhsni va Englandi er gamalt og illa einangra. Algengt er a hs su hitu me gasi, sem er drt. Hitunarkerfin eru ekki ngilega flug, annig a va er kalt hsum. Jafnvel verulega kalt.

Blar eru yfirleitt sumardekkjum ri um kring, annig a flk erfitt me a komast r hsi. Lestakerfi lamast fljtt, v a olir ekki mikinn snj.

Vonandi linnir essu standi fljtlega.

gst H Bjarnason, 10.1.2010 kl. 19:44

61 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

Reynslan snir okkur a svona hret ganga yfir.

a er rtt a margir bar Evrpu eru ekki vanir svona hretum, enda eins og segir eru samgngutki, hsni o.fl. ekki ger fyrir svona kuldahret. egar g bj Kaupmannahfn, fannst mr stundum a S-Tog lestarnar stoppuu vi ansi ltin snj ea kulda, hurir lestunum httu a opnast/lokast og allt stoppai um tma. annig a stundum arf ekki svo miki til.

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 19:56

62 Smmynd: Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson

Vegna grafsins #57

g hef bei lengi eftir v fr alarmistunum a eir komi me eitthva svona. Jafnvel a klni samfleytt 20-30 r.... er ekkert a marka

N urfum vi a ba t fyrir "grf" og daua eftir v a kenningarnar sannist. g hef engan tma til ess.

Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 20:07

63 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

Gunnar ert alltaf jafn klkur, verst fyrir ig, hefur etta veri heimasunni loftlsag.is fr opnun, ann 19. september, ekkert ntt ar. Enda er a alekkt stareynd a nttrulegar sveiflur eiga sr sta og hitastig jarar hkkar ekki lnulega, heldur koma fram essar nttrulegu sveiflur.

Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 10.1.2010 kl. 20:44

64 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

Varandi greinina Daily Mail sem vitnair athugasemd 53, gst, hefur Mojib Latif fengi mguleika a svara fyrir sig, og a ltur t fyrir a frttamenn Daily Mail hafi misskili hann.

ar segir m.a.

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A leading scientist has hit out at misleading newspaper reports that linked his research to claims that the current cold weather undermines the scientific case for manmade global warming.

Mojib Latif, a climate expert at the Leibniz Institute at Kiel University in Germany, said he "cannot understand" reports that used his research to question the scientific consensus on climate change.

He told the Guardian: "It comes as a surprise to me that people would try to use my statements to try to dispute the nature of global warming. I believe in manmade global warming. I have said that if my name was not Mojib Latif it would be global warming."

He added: "There is no doubt within the scientific community that we are affecting the climate, that the climate is changing and responding to our emissions of greenhouse gases."

A report in the Mail on Sunday said that Latif's results "challenge some of the global warming orthodoxy's most deeply cherished beliefs" and "undermine the standard climate computer models". Monday's Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph repeated the claims.

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2008 - Cold Weather Kills 38 in Northern India (FOX News, January 2, 2008)
2008 - Indian cold wave toll kills 90 (The Earth Times, January 3, 2008)
2008 - A cold spell soon to replace global warming (RIA Novosti, January 3, 2008)
2008 - Cold Stretches Throughout East; Flurries Reported in Florida (FOX News, January 3, 2008)
2008 - Br-r-r! Where did global warming go? (The Boston Globe, January 6, 2008)
2008 - Snow, winds close highways, collapse roofs in Wash. (USA Today, January 8, 2008)
2008 - First snow for 100 years falls on Baghdad (AFP, January 11, 2008)
2008 - Saudi Arabia covered with snow in coldest winter for 20 years (RIA Novosti, January 11, 2008)
2008 - Russian scientist says Earth could soon face new Ice Age (RIA Novosti, January 22, 2008)
2008 - China battles "coldest winter in 100 years" (Reuters, February 4, 2008)
2008 - Canadian Scientists Fear Global Cooling (NewsBusters, February 8, 2008)
2008 - Solar Activity Diminishes; Researchers Predict Another Ice Age (DailyTech, February 9, 2008)
2008 - Record Cold for Northern Minn.: 40 Below (Associated Press, February 11, 2008)
2008 - Madison breaks its record for winter snowfall (USA Today, February 12, 2008)
2008 - China's freak cold weather killed 107 (Reuters, February 13, 2008)
2008 - Record cold kills cattle and rice in Vietnam (The Earth Times, February 13, 2008)
2008 - Freezing weather kills over 900 people in Afghanistan (RIA Novosti, February 16, 2008)
2008 - Cold weather kills 60,000 cattle in Vietnam (China Daily, February 18, 2008)
2008 - 4 sources say "globally cooler" in the past 12 months (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, February 19, 2008)
2008 - ISRAEL: Cold weather kills 14 homeless people (Reuters. February 21, 2008)
2008 - Global Cooling: Amazing pictures of countries joining Britain in the big freeze (Daily Mail, UK, February 21, 2008)
2008 - Forget global warming: Welcome to the new Ice Age (National Post, Canada, February 25, 2008)
2008 - Temperature Monitors Report Widescale Global Cooling (DailyTech, February 26, 2008)
2008 - Global warming sceptics buoyed by record cold (The Daily Telegraph, UK, February 26, 2008)
2008 - Cold kills 1,300 in Afghanistan (RIA Novosti, February 27, 2008)
2008 - Record snow smothers New England (USA Today, February 28, 2008)
2008 - Coldest Winter in Memory (NewsMax, March 4, 2008)
2008 - Globe may be cooling on Global Warming (Scripps Howard News Service, March 5, 2008)
2008 - Layers of snow cause 5 roofs to collapse (Forbes, March 5, 2008)
2008 - Extreme cold kills 1,000 Tibetan gazelles (China Daily, March 7, 2008)
2008 - Coolest Winter Since 2001 For U.S., Globe, According To NOAA Data (Science Daily, March 15, 2008)
2008 - It was the coldest Easter for more than 40 years (Daily Mail, UK, March 25, 2008)
2008 - The Oceans Have Stopped Warming! (Canada Free Press, March 26, 2008)
2008 - Global temperatures 'to decrease' (BBC, April 4, 2008)
2008 - No Global Warming Since 1998 As Planet Cools Off (Prison Planet, April 4, 2008)
2008 - Global Warming? Northeast Skies Through a Snowy Season (The New York Sun, April 4, 2008)
2008 - Global warming? Scotland sees its best snow in a decade (The Times, UK, April 19, 2008)
2008 - The Antarctic deep sea gets colder (Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, April 21, 2008)
2008 - Glacier resumes growing in Mount St. Helens crater (The Seattle Times, April 21, 2008)
2008 - Sorry to ruin the fun, but an ice age cometh (The Australian, April 23, 2008)
2008 - Global warming may 'stop', scientists predict (The Daily Telegraph, UK, April 30, 2008)
2008 - May Day storm brings snow to Colorado mountains (USA Today, May 1, 2008)
2008 - New Jason Satellite Indicates 23-Year Global Cooling (Hawaii Reporter, May 7, 2008)
2008 - U.S. Has 36th Coolest Spring on Record (NOAA, June 6, 2008)
2008 - Global Temperature Also Cooler in May (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, June 6, 2008)
2008 - Global Warming Movement Turns Cool (James Spann, AMS Certified Meteorologist, June 22, 2008)
2008 - Warming on 11 year hiatus? How about cooling? (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, June 23, 2008)
2008 - Astronomical Society of Australia publishes new paper warning of solar quieting and global cooling (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, June 28, 2008)
2008 - Australian Researchers Warn of Global Cooling (DailyTech, July 1, 2008)
2008 - Charlotte temperature hits 123-year low (The Charlotte Observer, July 2, 2008)
2008 - UAH Global Temperatures, June 2008 still low (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, July 2, 2008)
2008 - Glaciers on California's Mt. Shasta keep growing (USA Today, July 8, 2008)
2008 - Four scientists: Global Warming Out, Global Cooling In (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, July 12, 2008)
2008 - Shifting of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation assures global cooling for the next 3 decades (Don J. Easterbrook Ph.D. Professor of Environmental Geology, July 20, 2008)
2008 - Anchorage’s record setting cold summer (Anchorage Daily News, July 24th, 2008)
2008 - More Global Cooling Ahead, Study Says (The Heartland Institute, August 1, 2008)
2008 - Could the Earth be cooling its heels? (Delta Farm Press, August 7, 2008)
2008 - Solar radio waves could signal global cooling (Financial Post, Canada, August 11, 2008)
2008 - Is there a cold future just lying in wait for us? (Belfast Telegraph, UK, August 13, 2008)
2008 - Decade has had fewest 90-degree days since 1930 (Chicago Tribune, August 13, 2008)
2008 - Dearth Of Sunspot Activity To Herald New Ice Age? (Prison Planet, August 14, 2008)
2008 - Hadley Climate Center Data shows global cooling in the last year (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, August 15, 2008)
2008 - Mexican scientist warn Earth will enter 'Little Ice Age' for up to 80 Years Due to decrease in solar activity (Right Side News, August 19, 2008)
2008 - Global cooling gains momentum among scientists (Delta Farm Press, August 25, 2008)
2008 - Former head of CSIRO’s division of space science says global cooling may be on the way (Canberra Times, Australia, August 26, 2008)
2008 - 'Snowfall' shocks Kenyan village (BBC, September 3, 2008)
2008 - Global Warming’s Kaput; 2008 Coolest in 5 Years (NewsMax, September 8, 2008)
2008 - Old Farmers Almanac: Global cooling may be underway (USA Today, September 9, 2008)
2008 - NAS reports: 50 million year cooling trend (The Christian Science Monitor, September 25, 2008)
2008 - Global cooling sign: Solar winds at 50-year-low (Financial Post, Canada, September 28, 2008)
2008 - Ireland: Coldest September for 14 years (The Press Association, October 1, 2008)
2008 - Boise gets earliest snow on record (The Idaho Statesman, October 11, 2008)
2008 - Alaskan Glaciers Grow for First Time in 250 years (DailyTech, October 16, 2008)
2008 - Thirty years of warmer temperatures go poof (National Post, Canada, October 20, 2008)
2008 - Chill in the air: record low temps in 10 states (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, October 26, 2008)
2008 - London has first October snow in over 70 years (The Guardian, UK, October 29, 2008)
2008 - Tibet's 'worst snowstorm ever', 7 killed (Xinhua, October 30, 2008)
2008 - NOAA: U.S. breaks or ties 115 cold and sets 63 new snowfall records (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, October 30, 2008)
2008 - Global Cooling is Here (Global Research, November 2, 2008)
2008 - Alarmists Still Heated Even As World Cools (Investors Business Daily, November 04, 2008)
2008 - Third building collapses under weight of snow (Ottawa Citizen, November 10, 2008)
2008 - Bitter cold shatters record (The Charlotte Observer, November 19, 2008)
2008 - UK brought to standstill as five inches of snow falls (The Daily Telegraph, UK, November 25, 2008)
2008 - Glaciers in Norway Growing Again (DailyTech, November 27, 2008)
2008 - Early Snowfalls In Europe Hit 'Historic Levels' (Ski Report Europe, December 3, 2008)
2008 - Rare 50 year Arctic Blast Sets Sights On Southern California (Ontario Weather Service, December 8, 2008)
2008 - Oscillation Rules as the Pacific Cools (NASA, December 9, 2008)
2008 - Houston ties earliest snowfall record (Houston Chronicle, December 10, 2008)
2008 - Rare snow falls in south Louisiana, Miss., Alabama (ABC News, December 11, 2008)
2008 - Worst ice storm in decade hits New England (Nashua Telegraph, December 12, 2008)
2008 - Cold weather sets records in several cities (Great Falls Tribune, December 14, 2008)
2008 - Denver breaks 107 year old record (Thornton Weather, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Dangerously cold temperatures set records in Denver (Thornton Weather, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Record low temperature set this morning in Seattle (The Seattle Times, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Northeast Siberia braces for extreme cold of -60C (RIA Novosti, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Record cold chills out Colorado (The Gazette, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Record cold grips southern Alberta (The Lethbridge Herald, Canada, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Record snow hits Nanaimo in British Columbia, Canada (Times Colonist, Canada, December 15, 2008)
2008 - Record setting cold continues for Thornton and Denver (Thornton Weather, December 16, 2008)
2008 - This year is coolest since 2000 (BBC, December 16, 2008)
2008 - St. Cloud, Minnesota Records fall to weather system (St. Cloud Times, December 17, 2008)
2008 - The Cause of Cold Weather Is Global Warming? (FOX News, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Global cooling is here (Seattle Post-Intelligencer, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Record snow fall paralyzing Spokane (The Seattle Times, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Frigid Storm Closes California Freeways, Drops Snow in Malibu (FOX News, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Las Vegas gets heaviest snow fall in 30 years (The Daily Telegraph, UK, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Carports collapse under heavy snow (Las Vegas Sun, December 18, 2008)
2008 - Bihar cold wave death toll rises to 24 (The Bihar Times, India, December 19, 2008)
2008 - The Alps have best snow conditions 'in a generation' (The Daily Telegraph, UK, December 19, 2008)
2008 - Global cooling brings early white Christmas (Ventura County Star, December 20, 2008)
2008 - Albany Breaks 1887 Snow Record (North County Gazette, December 21, 2008)
2008 - The Spotless Sun Continues as Global Cooling Arrives (Joseph D’Aleo, M.S. Meteorology, CCM, AMS Fellow, December 21, 2008)
2008 - Beijing's coldest December day in 57 years (Danwei, Hong Kong, December 22, 2008)
2008 - 40-Year Record Snow Buries Portland Area (The Oregonian, December 22, 2008)
2008 - Heavy snow causes a roof to collapse in Portland (The Oregonian, December 22, 2008)
2008 - Record amount of snow on the ground in Calgary (Financial Post, Canada, December 22, 2008)
2008 - Snow causes roof collapse at Calgary Soccer Centre (Calgary Herald, Canada, December 22, 2008)
2008 - Snow causes roof collapse at Marysville business (The Seattle Times, December 22, 2008)
2008 - Cold weather kills 10 in Maryland since October (The Baltimore Examiner, December 23, 2008)
2008 - It's Cold Outside, But Global Warming Industry Still Hard At Work (Human Events. December 23, 2008)
2008 - An inconvenient truth: The Earth is cooling (The Baltimore Examiner, December 23, 2008)
2008 - Snow, again? Vegas sets another record this morning (Las Vegas Sun, December 23, 2008)
2008 - Deep freeze, heavy snows blast US; holiday travel snarled (AFP, December 23, 2008)
2008 - Record snow buries Beaver Creek, Colorado (Vail Daily, December 24, 2008)
2008 - Half of the USA is covered in snow (Anthony Watts, Meteorologist, December 25, 2008)
2008 - San Juan County, New Mexico experiences rare white Christmas (The Daily Times, December 25, 2008)
2008 - Canadians get first national white Christmas in nearly four decades (The Canadian Press, December 25, 2008)
2008 - For the First Time in Years, Western Part of Lake Superior Freezes Over (ICECAP, Wisconsin, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Green Bay snowfall breaks 1887 record for December (Green Bay Press-Gazette, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Heavy snow causes roof collapse at Olympia high school (The Seattle Times, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Snowfall immobilizes rural communities in eastern, central Turkey (Todays Zaman, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Spokane sets snow record, tops 45 inches (Yakima Herald-Republic, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Two Flagstaff strip malls closed after roofs collapse due to heavy snow (The Arizona Daily Sun, December 26, 2008)
2008 - Cold creates record energy demand (Great Falls Tribune, December 27, 2008)
2008 - Thousands trapped in -15 degree snowstorm in Sikkim, India (The Times of India, December 27, 2008)
2008 - White Christmas in Hawaii (Big Island Video News, December 27, 2008)
2008 - Olympia Horse-arena roofs collapse under snow (The Seattle Times, December 28, 2008)
2008 - Record-breaking cold descends on Switzerland (Swissinfo, Switzerland, December 28, 2008)
2008 - Ice age on its way (The Arizona Republic, December 28, 2008)
2008 - It's official: Snowfall record for single month tumbles (Wisconsin State Journal, December 29, 2008)
2008 - Snowfall amounts set records across North Dakota (Associated Press, December 30, 2008)
2008 - Record December snow at Grand Forks (Associated Press, December 30, 2008)
2008 - Spokane digs out from record-breaking snow (Associated Press, December 30, 2008)
2008 - 1958 Parry Sound Canada snow record broken (Parry Sound North Star, December 31, 2008)
2008 - 48 inches of snow in Fox Valley Wisconsin buries previous record set in 1968 (Appleton Post-Crescent, December 31, 2008)
2008 - Spokane roofs collapse under record snow (The News Tribune, December 31, 2008)
2008 - Arctic Sea Ice Ends 2008 at Same Level as 1979 (DailyTech, January 1, 2009)

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2009 - Record cold wind chills of -50 C recorded overnight in Saskatchewan (Canadian Press, January 4, 2009)
2009 - Coldest start to the New Year for seven years (The Daily Telegraph, UK, January 5, 2009)
2009 - Forget warming, greenhouse gases may trigger ice age (The Times of India, January 5, 2009)
2009 - London colder than Antarctica (The Daily Telegraph, UK, January 5, 2009)
2009 - Poor burn books to stay warm in chilly India, 55 dead (Reuters, January 5, 2009)
2009 - Cold streak breaks 1892 record, Saskatoon experiences 24 consecutive days of -25 C (The StarPhoenix, January 6, 2009)
2009 - Record cold weather payouts triggered as temperature hits -11C (The Times, UK, January 6, 2009)
2009 - Record-breaking cold -37 in Moose Jaw, Canada (The Moose Jaw Times Herald, Canada, January 6, 2009)
2009 - NCDC’s own graphic shows decadal cooling trend (Watts Up With That?, January 6, 2009)
2009 - Global Warming is Really Global Cooling (Right Side News, January 6, 2009)
2009 - Schools remain closed amid freeze (BBC, January 7, 2009)
2009 - Seven freeze to death in Europe's coldest winter night (AFP, January 7, 2009)
2009 - Spokane, Wash., residents cope with record snow (Fox News, January 7, 2009)
2009 - 12 deaths blamed on snow, cold across Europe (Associated Press, January 7, 2009)
2009 - Deadly cold, heavy snow grip Europe (National Post, January 8, 2009)
2009 - Extreme Alaska cold 60 below grounds planes, disables cars (CNS News, January 8, 2009)
2009 - Minn. sled race canceled because of heavy snow (USA Today, January 8, 2009)
2009 - Temperature in Germany Falls to Minus 34.6 Degrees (Spiegel Online, January 8, 2009)
2009 - Record snow takes toll on Great Falls plowing budget, crews (Montana News Network, January 9, 2009)
2009 - Life At Negative 78 Degrees In Alaska (NPR, January 9, 2009)
2009 - Britain in grip of longest cold snap for 10 years (The Daily Telegraph, January 10, 2009)
2009 - Polar Sea Ice Changes are Having a Net Cooling Effect on the Climate (Watts Up With That?, January 10, 2009)
2009 - Slovenia with record low temperature -49 (Montenegrin News Agency, January 11, 2009)
2009 - Earth on the Brink of an Ice Age (Pravda, Russia, January 11, 2009)
2009 - Frosty Hong Kong shivers through coldest spell for 16 years (The Earth Times, January 12, 2009)
2009 - ND gets blizzard on top of December's record snow (Fox News, January 12, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling Headed Our Way (Newsmax, January 13, 2009)
2009 - Record cold hits eastern ND (The Daily News, January 13, 2009)
2009 - Sharp cold wave shocks upper Midwest, temps to -36 (Associated Press, January 13, 2009)
2009 - Bismarck reports day snow record 5.4 inches (KXNet, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Biting cold hits Northeast, keeps even skiers home (ABC News, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Coldest night in 5 years sinks into state (KAAL-TV Minnesota, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Flint's 95-year-old record low falls as 19 below zero hits city (The Flint Journal, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Shocking cold wave drops temps to 40 below zero (Associated Press, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Two-day deep freeze bringing coldest temps in several years (Daily Times Herald, January 14, 2009)
2009 - Coldest Temperatures In 5 Years Paralyze Minn. (WCCO-TV Minnesota, January 15, 2009)
2009 - D.C. Sees Coldest Weather in 5 Years (WJLA-TV Washington D.C., January 15, 2009)
2009 - Dutch canals freeze over for the first time in 12 years (The New York Times, January 15, 2009)
2009 - On the Brink of Climatic Disaster: the Coming Ice Age (The John Birch Society, January 15, 2009)
2009 - Swallow survives coldest spell for 20 years as Britain braced for 80mph winds (The Daily Telegraph, UK, January 15, 2009)
2009 - The Ice Age Cometh: Experts Warn of Global Cooling (Business & Media Institute, January 15, 2009)
2009 - Americans suffer record cold as temperatures plunge to -40C (Daily Mail, UK, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Arctic front freezes US, Canada in record cold snap (AFP, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Heavy snow causes 6,000 traffic accidents, 24 deaths in Moscow (RIA Novosti, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Iowa Endures Record-Breaking Cold (KCRG-TV Iowa, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Mercury hits 27 below; 2nd coldest ever in Galesburg (Galesburg Register-Mail, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Record-breaking cold chills Western Massachusetts (The Republican, January 16, 2009)
2009 - Cold snaps 124-year-old record in Fredericton, Canada (The Daily Gleaner, January 17, 2009)
2009 - Record Cold Chills North Country, New York (North Country Gazette, January 17, 2009)
2009 - Record cold in Detroit as deep freeze continues (Associated Press, January 17, 2009)
2009 - Thailand temperatures are coldest in a decade (The Jakarta Post, January 17, 2009)
2009 - Low temperature ties 1951 record in Hawaii (The Maui News, January 20, 2009)
2009 - Oceans are cooling according to NASA (The Baltimore Weather Examiner, January 21, 2009)
2009 - Frigid temps are coldest in a decade (Independent Herald, January 22, 2009)
2009 - Shanghai reports coldest winter for 18 years (Xinhua, January 24, 2009)
2009 - UAE mountain covered in rare snow (AFP, January 25, 2009)
2009 - This January is 18th coldest in 139 years in Western New York (The Buffalo News, January 27, 2009)
2009 - 8 found dead in Michigan cold since Jan. 17 (The Chicago Tribune, January 28, 2009)
2009 - Two Fairfield, Illinois businesses collapse under snow, ice (Evansville Courier & Press, January 28, 2009)
2009 - Ice storm cuts power to 870,000 in Midwest (Reuters, January 28, 2009)
2009 - Docks Collapse Under Weight of Snow, Sleet and Ice (Ozarks First, January 29, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling Under-reported (Science & Public Policy Institute, January 29, 2009)
2009 - Snow Storm Sweeps Northeast From Texas; at Least 23 Are Dead (The New York Times, January 29, 2009)
2009 - World is getting colder (The Washington Times, January 30, 2009)
2009 - January One of Coldest in Decade (The Washington Post, February 1, 2009)
2009 - Saginaw Michigan breaks 1947 snowfall record for a calendar year (The Saginaw News, February 2, 2009)
2009 - Heaviest Snow in 18 Years Brings Much of Europe to a Halt (Fox News, February 2, 2009)
2009 - 75 inches of January snow sets Juneau record (Anchorage Daily News, February 3, 2009)
2009 - Arctic Sea Ice Increases at Record Rate (Watts Up With That?, February 3, 2009)
2009 - Slippery Slope: Ice Age Cometh in Five Years (NewsMax, February 3, 2009)
2009 - Snow chaos as coldest winter for years hits Britain (The Australian, February 3, 2009)
2009 - Mt. LeConte Lodge records coldest temp in more than 20 years (WVLT-TV Tennessee, February 4, 2009)
2009 - Recent cold snap in Mount Airy, NC shatters 1982 record (Mount Airy News, February 4, 2009)
2009 - Coldest Temperatures In 20 Years! (WCTV Florida, February 5, 2009)
2009 - Six die in snow roof collapse in Morocco (afrol News, February 5, 2009)
2009 - Coldest Dublin winter for 18 years, says Met office (The Irish Times, February 6, 2009[/])
2009 - Hamilton, Ontario Canada broke a 28-year record low temperature ([i]The Hamilton Sectator, February 6, 2009)
2009 - Ice, snow collapse several Anna, Illinois buildings (The Southern, February 6, 2009)
2009 - Vail, Colorado set record for January snow (Vail Daily, February 6, 2009)
2009 - Bristol endures its coldest weather in 20 years (Bristol Evening Post, UK, February 7, 2009)
2009 - Record Low Temperatures in Western Cuba (Cuba News Headlines, February 8, 2009)
2009 - Record-breaking cold -50F temperature reached in Maine (NOAA, February 10, 2009)
2009 - Snow storms force German motorists to sleep in cars (The Earth Times, February 11, 2009)
2009 - Snowstorms wreak havoc in the Balkans (The Earth Times, February 19, 2009)
2009 - Little ice age may be on the way (Lincolnshire Echo, UK, February 20, 2009)
2009 - GUINEA: Record cold snap destroys crops, kills hundreds of animals (Reuters, February 20, 2009)
2009 - Ice Age or global warming? (Reuters, February 24th, 2009)
2009 - 'Snow bomb' brings record snowfall across New Brunswick (CBC News, February 24, 2009)
2009 - Snowiest Winter Ever Recorded in North Dakota (Watts Up With That?, February 27, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling Continues (The Hearland Institute, March 1, 2009)
2009 - Joy in NYC: Kids get first snow day in five years (USA Today, March 2, 2009)
2009 - Providence sets record; Coventry tops RI for snowfall (The Providence Journal, March 2, 2009)
2009 - Record breaking snowfall in Milwaukee (WKOW-TV Wisconsin, March 2, 2009)
2009 - Coldest winter in UK for 13 years (BBC, March 3, 2009)
2009 - Ferocious storm dumps heavy snow on East Coast (ABC News, March 3, 2009)
2009 - Lynchburg Virginia breaks 84-year cold record (Lynchburg News and Advance, March 3, 2009)
2009 - 84-year-old cold temperature record falls in Baltimore (Baltimore Sun, March 3, 2009)
2009 - Senators Debate Global Warming Policy Despite Global Cooling Evidence (CNSNews, March 4, 2009)
2009 - Cuba's winter among its coldest (Miami Herald, March 5, 2009)
2009 - Late snowfalls in Britain bring chaos to roads and rail (The Earth Times, March 5, 2009)
2009 - Lake Superior is freezing over (Watts Up With That?, March 7, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard blasts northern Plains, upper Midwest (USA Today, March 10, 2009)
2009 - It wasn't just cold, it was record cold in Yakima, Washington (Yakima Herald Republic, March 12, 2009)
2009 - Record-brrrrrrrrreaking cold -34.8 C in Regina, Canada (CBC News, March 12, 2009)
2009 - Edmonton Canada bests all time record low by -12 degrees (Watts Up With That?, March 15, 2009)
2009 - Snowy 1st Day Of Spring For Some Northeast Towns (Associated Press, March 20, 2009)
2009 - Shocker: 'Global warming' simply no longer happening (WorldNetDaily, March 22, 2009)
2009 - New Report Predicts "New Global Ice Age" (Reuters, March 23, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard Punishes Several States (The New York Times, March 24, 2009)
2009 - Crashes injure 15 as blizzard blasts Colo., Wyo. (USA Today, March 26, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard Hits Southern Plains (The New York Times, March 27, 2009)
2009 - Southwest, central N.D. hit by blizzard conditions (USA Today, March 30, 2009)
2009 - Spokane records snowiest winter ever (The Seattle Times, March 30, 2009)
2009 - Coldest day since 1953 (The Cairns Post, March 31, 2009)
2009 - Late March Snowfall Breaks Bismarck, North Dakota, Record (Associated Content, March 31, 2009)
2009 - 3,500 cows died in blizzard (Amarillo Globe-News, April 2, 2009)
2009 - RSS MSU: 0.06 C month-on-month cooling (The Reference Frame, April 3, 2009)
2009 - A rare April blizzard warning issued in Forest City Iowa (Britt News Tribune, April 4, 2009)
2009 - Satellite Data Shows Arctic Cooling in February and March (Watts Up With That?, April 4, 2009)
2009 - All-time Snow Records Tumbling Again for the Second Straight Year (Watts Up With That?, April 5, 2009)
2009 - Spring snowstorm keeps some western schools closed (Omaha World-Herald, April 6, 2009)
2009 - GISS: March 2009 was the coolest March in this century (The Reference Frame, April 14, 2009)
2009 - Disaster panel mulls record Kotzebue snow (Juneau Empire, April 17, 2009)
2009 - Global Warming Strikes Again: Up To 36 Inches Of Snow In Colorado (KXNet, April 17, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall (102 inches) a concern in Kotzebue, Alaska (Siku News, April 17, 2009)
2009 - Colorado Hit With 41 Inches Of Snow - Record Snowfall With More On The Way (The Post Chronicle, April 18, 2009)
2009 - Revealed: Antarctic ice growing, not shrinking (The Australian, April 18, 2009)
2009 - Scientists baffled by Quiet Sun... ice age coming? (MINA, April 22, 2009)
2009 - The Next Ice Age (American Thinker, April 22, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling Earth's Little-Known Threat (CBN News, April 25, 2009)
2009 - New Australian continent wide low temperature record set for April (Watts Up With That?, April 29, 2009)
2009 - Scientists Expect Global Cooling to Start Soon (Russia-IC, April 29, 2009)
2009 - Australian Ski Resort has it's earliest start to the season in the resort's 45-year history (ABC News, Australia, April 30, 2009)
2009 - Melbourne shivers through coldest April in 60 years (Herald Sun, Australia, April 30, 2009)
2009 - RSS MSU: 2nd coldest April since 1999 (The Reference Frame, May 2, 2009)
2009 - Sun Oddly Quiet - Hints at Next "Little Ice Age"? (National Geographic, May 4, 2009)
2009 - Quiet Sun May Trigger Global Cooling (Fox News, May 5, 2009)
2009 - NOAA: April Temperatures Slightly Cooler Than Average for U.S. (NOAA, May 8, 2009)
2009 - Snow in Saudi Arabia in May? (Watts Up With That?, May 12, 2009)
2009 - Pouring cold water on global warming (The Belfast Telegraph, UK, May 13, 2009)
2009 - The Coming Ice Age (American Thinker, May 13, 2009)
2009 - Geologist forecasts global cooling (ABC, Australia, May 15, 2009)
2009 - Summer haze has a cooling effect in southeastern United States, says new study (University of California Berkeley, May 18, 2009)
2009 - Weekend snow sets record in International Falls (Minneapolis Star Tribune, May 18, 2009)
2009 - Another record-setting cold morning in Austin breaks 109 year old record (The Austin American-Statesman, May 19, 2009)
2009 - Baltimore Morning cold breaks record (The Baltimore Sun, May 19, 2009)
2009 - Record cold on the coast of South Carolina (The State, May 19, 2009)
2009 - Record cold hits Far North breaks 113 year record in the Cooktown region (The Cairns Post, May 23, 2009)
2009 - Canada Has a Frigid May after a Cold Winter (Watts Up With That?, May 27, 2009)
2009 - Cooler decades ahead, researcher says (SitNews, May 28, 2009)
2009 - Still More on Diminished Solar Activity and Global Cooling (Dakota Voice, May 30, 3009)
2009 - Red Centre shivers in record cold (ABC News, Australia, June 1, 2009)
2009 - Record cold in May and more chill to come (TVNZ, New Zealand, June 3, 2009)
2009 - Isn't this June? Snow sticking around on Pikes Peak (The Gazette, June 5, 2009)
2009 - RSS Global Temperature Anomaly also down in May, halving the April value (Watts Up With That?, June 5, 2009)
2009 - UAH global temperature anomaly for May – down again, near zero (Watts Up With That?, June 5, 2009)
2009 - Snow falls in western ND, in June, first time in 60 years (KXNet, June 6, 2009)
2009 - Alberta, Saskatchewan get snow in June (National Post, Canada, June 7, 2009)
2009 - Canada frosts the most widespread in recent memory (Reuters, June 9, 2009)
2009 - Abominable as snow hits Britain (Daily Star, UK, June 8, 2009)
2009 - Cold weather record set in Flathead (Montana's News Station, June 9, 2009)
2009 - Canadian Wheat Output May Fall on Dry, Cool Weather (Bloomberg, June 11, 2009)
2009 - Coldest day for 43 years (The Australian, June 13, 2009)
2009 - Crops under stress as temperatures fall (The Daily Telegraph, UK, June 13, 2009)
2009 - Ocean waters off British Columbia coldest in half century (Chinook Observer, June 23, 2009)
2009 - First Ever Ice Wine in Brazil (Watts Up With That?, June 16, 2009)
2009 - Earth on the Brink of an Ice Age (DC Weather Examiner, June 29, 2009)
2009 - July Opens with Near-Record Cold (WTMJ-TV Wisconsin, July 1, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling: Bad News For Global Warming Alarmists (Right Side News, July 6, 2009)
2009 - Frost in July hits P.E.I. (CBC News, July 8, 2009)
2009 - Chicago has its coolest July 8 in 118 years (The Chicago Tribune, July 9, 2009)
2009 - RSS Global Temperature for June 09, also down (Watts Up With That?, July 10, 2009)
2009 - Cooler weather bringing the “luck of the Irish” to the USA (Watts Up With That?, July 11, 2009)
2009 - Record Cold in Regina and Estevan Canada: Beats 92-Year-Old Record Low (CKOM-AM Canada, July 11, 2009)
2009 - Global Cooling Chills Summer 2009 (National Review Online, July 13, 2009)
2009 - NYC fails to reach 85F in June – first time since 1916 (Watts Up With That?, July 13, 2009)
2009 - Record cold in Portland Maine in July (Watts Up With That?, July 13, 2009)
2009 - 113-Year Record Cold in Pittsburgh, 27 in MI (AccuWeather, July 14, 2009)
2009 - July 2009; Coldest on Record So Far (Discover Moose Jaw, July 16, 2009)
2009 - West Michigan record cold (Grand Rapids Weather Examiner, July 18, 2009)
2009 - Record low temperatures across Mississippi, this morning (Jackson Weather Examiner, July 19, 2009)
2009 - Cold front brings Alabama record lows (Tuscaloosa News, July 21, 2009)
2009 - Coldest July 21 In Nashville, Tennessee Since 1877 (The Post Chronicle, July 22, 2009)
2009 - Historic snow event in South America (Watts Up With That?, July 23, 2009)
2009 - Worry about global cooling, not warming (Kennebec Journal, July 23, 2009)
2009 - Cool summer disappoints tourists, delays crops (Associated Press, July 25, 2009)
2009 - Global cooling hits Al Gore's home (The Daily Telegraph, UK, July 25, 2009)
2009 - So where's that global cooling alert? (The Globe and Mail, Canada, July 27, 2009)
2009 - Record setting cool weather hits Denver and brings snow to the mountains (Denver Weather Examiner, July 30, 2009)
2009 - Rochester records second-coldest July (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, July 31, 2009)
2009 - Antarctic air flow brings record snow fall to the Falkland Islands (MercoPress, August 1, 2009)
2009 - Coldest July ever for Grand Rapids, Michigan (Grand Rapids Weather Examiner, August 1, 2009)
2009 - Coldest July on Record for Huntington, West Virginia (WOWK-TV West Virginia, August 1, 2009)
2009 - Coolest July Ever for Fort Wayne, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter, August 1, 2009)
2009 - July was coldest on record for International Falls, Minnesota (KQDS-TV Minnesota, August 1, 2009)
2009 - That was the coldest July in Dubuque, Iowa Ever (Dubuque Telegraph Herald, August 1, 2009)
2009 - Media blames record cold on nature, warming on man (Energy Publisher, August 3, 2009)
2009 - Global cooling blamed as bikini record attempt falls flat (National Post, Canada, August 4, 2009)
2009 - July 2009 coldest in 33 years, weather service says (The Patriot-News, August 4, 2009)
2009 - July sets record for cold 1,100 new low temperatures set (Ravenna Record Courier, August 4, 2009)
2009 - Scientific evidence now points to global cooling, contrary to U.N. alarmism (The Washington Examiner, August 4, 2009)
2009 - July ranks in the top three for coldest (WLUC-TV Michigan, August 6, 2009)
2009 - NOAA: July Temperature Below-Average for the U.S. (NOAA, August 10, 2009)
2009 - Falling Temperatures Confound Alarmists (The Heartland Institute, September 1, 2009)
2009 - Record-setting cold weekend (The Daily Journal, September 3, 2009)
2009 - UAH: global temperature down in August by .181C, SH sees biggest drop of 0.4C (Watts Up With That?, September 4, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall for Cardrona, New Zealand (Otago Daily Times, September 7, 2009)
2009 - NOAA: Summer Temperature Below Average for U.S. (NOAA, September 10, 2009)
2009 - Svensmark: “global warming stopped and a cooling is beginning” (Watts Up With That?, September 10, 2009)
2009 - Scientists see signs of global cooling (Belfast Telegraph, UK, September 21, 2009)
2009 - Planet Cooling Down Amid Global Warming Madness (NewsMax, September 23, 2009)
2009 - U.S. Northeast May Have Coldest Winter in a Decade (Bloomberg, September 28, 2009)
2009 - Forecast: A cooling trend on climate change (Canada Free Press, September 29, 2009)
2009 - NASA: Cosmic rays up 19% since last peak – new record high could lead to cooling (Watts Up With That?, September 29, 2009)
2009 - Storm brought record cold in six areas in Utah (Deseret News, ?October 1, 2009?)
2009 - Cold spell brings record low temperatures to Southern California (Los Angeles Times, ?October 6, 2009?)
2009 - October off to record cold start in Grand Junction, Colorado (Grand Junction Sentinel, October 6, 2009)
2009 - Shocker! Ice melt lowest in 30 years (WorldNetDaily, October 8, 2009)
2009 - What happened to global warming? (BBC, October 9, 2009)
2009 - Biggest news you’ve never heard: Earth isn’t warming (The Christian Science Monitor, October 10, 2009)
2009 - It was cold enough to break a record (Gillette News Record, October 10, 2009)
2009 - Record cold kills NL playoff game (Daily Mail, Charleston, October 10, 2009)
2009 - Record cold temperatures greet fans as Colorado Rockies and Philadelphia Phillies prepare for Game 3 (The Express Times, October 10, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall, cold hit Central Nebraska (Grand Island Independent, October 10, 2009)
2009 - Denver breaks 104 year old cold temperature record as Arctic chill sets in (Denver Weather Examiner, October 11, 2009)
2009 - B.C. Interior hit with record-breaking cold snap (CTV British Columbia, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Bellingham, Washington sets cold record (Bellingham Herald, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Early winter arrival with record lows and snow in Baltimore (Baltimore Weather Examiner, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Kalispell, Montana hits new cold record (Daily Inter Lake, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Iowa sees record cold (Chicago Tribune, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Record cold, early snow grip Prairies on Thanksgiving (CBC News, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Record cold hits Wenatchee, Washington; snow on the way (The Wenatchee World Online, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Three Decades Of Global Cooling (Investors Business Daily, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Winter hits Calgary roads after record cold (Calgary Herald, October 12, 2009)
2009 - Good snow spells a record year for New Zealand ski fields (Reuters, October 13, 2009)
2009 - Monday snowfall breaks record in Southern Minnesota (Austin Herald, October 13, 2009)
2009 - Record cold, snow hits central Canada (Times of the Internet, October 13, 2009)
2009 - Western Montana towns report coldest temperatures ever for Oct. 12 (The Missoulian, October 13, 2009)
2009 - Austria gets record October snow (Radio Netherlands, October 14, 2009)
2009 - Central Europe hit by heavy snow, high winds (Reuters, October 14, 2009)
2009 - Early start to winter ?20% of USA is covered in snow already (Watts Up With That?, October 14, 2009)
2009 - October Cold Snap Sets 82-Year Record in Chicago (WBBM-TV Chicago, October 14, 2009)
2009 - Record-setting cold in Laurel, Montana (Laurel Outlook, October 14, 2009)
2009 - Whatever happened to global warming? (Daily Mail, UK, October 14, 2009)
2009 - European cold snap kills 4 in Poland, cuts power (Reuters, October 15, 2009)
2009 - Record cold day ties 1874 record in Baltimore (Baltimore Weather Examiner, October 15, 2009)
2009 - Earliest snow on record blankets Poconos, Penn State (Philadelphia Inquirer, October 16, 2009)
2009 - Record-Breaking Early Snowfall In New York, New Jersey (The Huffington Post, October 16, 2009)
2009 - Friday coldest Oct. 16 in DC in 138 years (The Washington Examiner, October 17, 2009)
2009 - October bringing record cold to Topeka, Kansas (Topeka Capital Journal, October 17, 2009)
2009 - Record snow at Penn State cancels tailgating on Homecoming Weekend (Baltimore Weather Examiner, October 17, 2009)
2009 - A cold start to fall: over 4500 new snowfall, low temp, and lowest max temp records set in the USA this last week (Watts Up With That?, October 18, 2009)
2009 - There's a global cooling trend (StandardNet, October 19, 2009)
2009 - Study: model in good agreement with satellite temperature data – suggest cooling (Watts Up With That?, October 20, 2009)
2009 - Cold start to fall continues, 252 more low temperature records set in the USA this week (Watts Up With That?, October 23, 2009)
2009 - Snow sets October record (Omaha World-Herald, October 23, 2009)
2009 - The "cold war" hits home – October in like a lion, out like a fridge (Watts Up With That?, October 25, 2009)
2009 - Russian research forecasts global cooling (WorldNetDaily, October 27, 2009)
2009 - Global cooling welcomed here (Caymanian Compass, October 28, 2009)
2009 - North Platte, NE Breaks All-Time Snow Record (AccuWeather, November 2, 2009)
2009 - Coldest October in 64 years (The Dominion Post, New Zealand, November 3, 2009)
2009 - Record cold and rain: October 2009 climate statistics for Baltimore (Baltimore Weather Examiner, November 3, 2009)
2009 - October’s significant chill – take your pick on descriptors (Watts Up With That?, November 5, 2009)
2009 - October 2009 3rd Coldest for US in 115 Years (Watts Up With That?, November 7, 2009)
2009 - Beware global cooling (Business Day, November 9, 2009)
2009 - Beijing’s Heaviest Snow in 54 Years Strands Thousands (Bloomberg, November 12, 2009)
2009 - Coldest November day in Delhi in five years (The Times of India, November 12, 2009)
2009 - Record snow turns Hebei's capital into wonderland (Global Times, China, November 12, 2009)
2009 - Roof collapse kills three children as snow blankets north China (Earthtimes, November 12, 2009)
2009 - Chinese schools collapse in snow (BBC, November 13, 2009)
2009 - Italian ski resorts killing it with record snow (Ski Channel, November 17, 2009)
2009 - A Week in Alaska: -46 Degrees, 186 MPH Winds (AccuWeather, November 17, 2009)
2009 - North-central China staggers under early snow; 40 die, 9,000 buildings collapse (Associated Press, November 18, 2009)
2009 - Climatologists Baffled by Global Warming Time-Out (Der Spiegel, November 19, 2009)
2009 - Hong Kong shivers in coldest November in more than 120 years (The Earth Times, November 19, 2009)
2009 - Whistler blows away November snowfall record (CBC News, November 19, 2009)
2009 - Often Alaska's coldest spot, Bettles is setting records (Anchorage Daily News, November 22, 2009)
2009 - Hiding evidence of global cooling (The Washington Times, November 24, 2009)
2009 - Snow on the French Riviera???? (CNN iReport, November 24, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall on Mount Washington (Courier Islander, Canada, November 25, 2009)
2009 - The global-cooling cover-up (The Washington Times, November 27, 2009)
2009 - Denying the global-cooling cover-up (The Washington Times, December 1, 2009)
2009 - Whistler-Blackcomb sets November snow record (The Vancouver Sun, December 1, 2009)
2009 - Earliest snow on record for Houston and New Orleans (Baltimore Weather Examiner, December 4, 2009)
2009 - Houston gets earliest snowfall on record (Associated Press, December 4, 2009)
2009 - Record breaking snowfall from Houston, Texas to Grand Rapids, Michigan (Denver Weather Examiner, December 5, 2009)
2009 - Albertans break electricity demand record; cold, dark part of reason (Winnipeg Free Press, December 7, 2009)
2009 - Arizona Buckles Down for Rare Blizzard (CBS News, December 7, 2009)
2009 - Newfoundland digs out from record snow (UPI, December 7, 2009)
2009 - St. John's gets record snowfall (CBC News, December 7, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard dumps record snow on Siouxland (Sioux City Journal, December 8, 2009)
2009 - Early-season blizzard blamed for 4 deaths (UPI, December 8, 2009)
2009 - Record cold hits Sacramento (The Sacramento Bee, December 8, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard Paralyzes Much of Midwest (The New York Times, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Enormous winter storm over US (TVNZ, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Epic blizzard wreaks havoc: Blizzard forces school and road closures throughout Midwest (Akron Headlines Examiner, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Record cold temperatures chill Santa Cruz County (Santa Cruz Sentinel, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Sledding on cafeteria trays for first college snow day on record (WKOW-TV Wisconsin, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Southwest La. snowfall earliest on record (Jennings Daily News, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Storm dumps record snowfall in Carson, Nevada (Nevada Appeal, December 9, 2009)
2009 - State of Wisconsin shut down by Dec 09 blizzard, National Guard put on alert (Madison Political Buzz Examiner, December 9, 2009)
2009 - Massive Storms Cause Blizzard Conditions, 17 Deaths (ABC News, December 10, 2009)
2009 - Midwest & Great Lakes blizzard reached the intensity of a category 2 hurricane (Jackson Weather Examiner, December 10, 2009)
2009 - 3rd day of record cold at Sea-Tac (The Seattle Times, December 11, 2009)
2009 - Yes, the last decade saw global cooling, not warming (American Thinker, December 12, 2009)
2009 - Edmonton breaks weather record for coldest December 13 (National Post, Canada, December 13, 2009)
2009 - Greenhouse roofs collapse under heavy snow (KSL-TV Utah, December 13, 2009)
2009 - Lots of new cold and snow records in the USA this past week (Watts Up With That?, December 13, 2009)
2009 - Record setting cold grips Southwest Saskatchewan (Southwest Booster, December 13, 2009)
2009 - Extreme cold in Prairies; snowstorms in B.C. (National Post, Canada, December 14, 2009)
2009 - Midwest, Northeast dig out from brutal winter storm (USA Today, December 14, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard Dumps Snow on Copenhagen as Leaders Battle Warming (Bloomberg, December 17, 2009)
2009 - Record cold, snow envelop Japan Sea coast (The Japan Times, December 18, 2009)
2009 - Record snow continues to fall as deadly East Coast storm lingers (CNN, December 19, 2009)
2009 - A winter's worth of snow in 24 hours (The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 20, 2009)
2009 - 2nd highest three-day snowfall in history hits Valdez (Juneau Empire, December 20, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard-like storm pounds East; 5 deaths are reported (The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 20, 2009)
2009 - Passengers grounded as U.S. digs out from record snowfall (Toronto Star, December 20, 2009)
2009 - Record setting winter storm wallops the East Coast (Natural Disasters Examiner, December 20, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall totals for Rhode Island (Providence Headlines Examiner, December 20, 2009)
2009 - Snow plays role in Georgetown roof collapse (December 20, 2009)
2009 - D.C. Blizzard Makes for a Rotten Time for U.S. Climate Attendees in Denmark (The New York Times, December 21, 2009)
2009 - D.C. digs out from record snowstorm (The Washington Times, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Guard Responds to Record Northeast Snowfall (U.S. Department of Defense)
2009 - Health Ministry: 27 people froze to death in Ukraine due to current cold wave (Kyiv Post, Ukraine, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Long Island Sees Record Snowfall (Long Island Press, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Over 50% of the USA is now covered in snow (Watts Up With That?, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Three freeze to death in Austria (Austrian Times, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Three people freeze to death in Bosnia (B92 Serbia, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Washington area digs out from record-setting snowfall (The Washington Post, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Elderly, Disabled Trapped by Record Snow (WJLA-TV Washington D.C., December 22, 2009)
2009 - European weather deaths pass 100 (The Guardian, UK, December 22, 2009)
2009 - Record cold conditions kill nine people in Czech Republic (Radio Prague, December 21, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall blankets Moscow (Voice of Russian, December 22, 2009)
2009 - Winter freeze kills 79 in Poland (AFP, December 22, 2009)
2009 - 50 years of cooling predicted (Canada Free Press, December 23, 2009)
2009 - Big freeze brings misery and death to Europe (BBC, December 23, 2009)
2009 - Heavy Snow Causes Part of VA School's Roof to Collapse (WHSV-TV Virginia, December 23, 2009)
2009 - Snowfall breaks record at JFK, blankets NE Queens (New York Post, December 23, 2009)
2009 - Big freeze death toll rises to 17 (Daily Star, UK, December 24, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard freezes Christmas cheer (UPI, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Dallas-area snow is record for Christmas Eve (Dallas Morning News, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Deadly Cold Across Europe and Russia (NASA, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Holiday snowstorm hits much of central U.S. (CNN, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Nearly two thirds of the continental USA gets a white Christmas (Watts Up With That?, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Rare blizzard strikes West Texas (The Houston Chronicle, December 25, 2009)
2009 - White Christmas is one for the record books, KC (The Kansas City Star, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Whiteout Christmas: Blizzard whips through N.D. (Bismarck Tribune, December 25, 2009)
2009 - Christmas blizzard shuts down state (Rapid City Journal, December 26, 2009)
2009 - Duluth, International Falls set Christmas snow records (KQDS-TV Minnesota, December 26, 2009)
2009 - Satellite measurements show our quiet sun is cooling the upper thermosphere (Watts Up With That?, December 26, 2009)
2009 - 877 new snowfall records set or tied in the USA in the last week (Watts Up With That?, December 27, 2009)
2009 - Peoria breaks snowfall record (Peoria Journal Star, December 27, 2009)
2009 - Record snowfall hits region (St. Cloud Times, December 27, 2009)
2009 - Storm smashes snowfall records (Sioux City Journal, December 27, 2009)
2009 - December 2009 blizzard caused snow emergency (Green Bay Press Gazette, December 28, 2009)
2009 - Heavy Snow Leads To Roof Collapse (KETV Nebraska, December 28, 2009)
2009 - Record Levels Of Snowfall Hit City (The St. Petersburg Times, Russia, December 28, 2009)
2009 - 4 more die of cold in UP; toll reaches 18 (United News of India, December 29, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard halts weekend mail delivery (Times Record News, December 29, 2009)
2009 - Carlsbad receives record-setting snowfall (Carlsbad Current Argus, December 29, 2009)
2009 - Minot sets December snowfall record (Minot Daily News, December 29, 2009)
2009 - Record snow falls in Dallas / Fort Worth area (Coastal Carolina Weather Examiner, December 29, 2009)
2009 - Blizzard blasts region with 'Whiteout' Christmas (The Chadron Record, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Christmas Eve blizzard claims 3 lives in county (The Tuttle Times, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Record snow lures thousands to Mount Washington (Times Colonist, Canada, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Six killed as Big New Year Freeze takes deadly grip of Britain (Daily Mail, UK, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Snowfall breaks December record (Topeka Capital Journal, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Snowstorm squelches climate change protest (The Salt Lake Tribune, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Weight of Snow Causes Barn Collapse (Nobles County Review, December 30, 2009)
2009 - Bitter cold kills 13 in Aila-hit Dakope (The Daily Star, Bangladesh, December 31, 2009)
2009 - Heaviest snowfall in Moscow in last 20 years (Voice of Russia, December 31, 2009)
2009 - Coldest December since 1981 (BBC, January 3, 2010)
2009 - December in top 5 for coldest ever (KHAS-TV Nebraska, January 3, 2010)
2009 - Denver records seventh coldest December in history (Denver Weather Examiner, January 3, 2010)

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UAE mountain covered in rare snow

(AFP) – Jan 25, 2009

DUBAI (AFP) — A blanket of snow has covered a mountain in a part of the United Arab Emirates, a rare phenomenon for the desert Gulf country, according to local media report.

Al-Jees mountain, 5,700 feet (1,737 metres) above sea level and 25 kilometres (15 miles) northeast of Ras al-Khaimah city, was covered in 20 centimetres (eight inches) of snow, the state news agency WAM said.

"Although limited snowfall was recorded on the mountain some years back, for the first time the peak of the mountain was fully covered in snow," it said.

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Cuba has been hit by 25 cold fronts so far in the current winter season, which makes it among the most active in the country since the 1916-1917 season.

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PATNA, India (Reuters) - At least 55 people have died over the past four days in northern and eastern India as a spell of cold weather swept the region, officials said on Monday.

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Hong Kong - Parts of Hong Kong have been coated in early-morning frost as the sub-tropical city shivers through what weathermen said Monday were the coldest temperatures in 16 years. Overnight frost covered fields and cars in the parts of the New Territories north of Hong Kong island on Sunday and Monday mornings as temperatures of nearly minus one degree Celsius were recorded.

Officials at the Hong Kong Observatory, which monitors weather conditions, said the temperatures were the lowest in the territory for 16 years.

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Posted: October 27, 2009
9:58 pm Eastern

By Jerome R. Corsi
2009WorldNetDaily


Habibullo Abdussamatov

In a sharp rebuke to climate alarmists who believe human-generated carbon dioxide is responsible for causing catastrophic global warming, a Russian scientist has issued what amounts to a news flash announcing, "Sun Heats Earth!"

Habibullo Abdussamatov, the head of space research at St. Petersburg's Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory in Russia, has published a paper in which he tracks sunspot activity going back to the 19th century to argue that total sun irradiance, or TSI, is the primary factor responsible for causing climate variations on Earth, not carbon dioxide.

Moreover, Abdussamatov's analysis of sun activity data has led him to conclude that the Earth is entering a prolonged cooling phase because sunspot activity is currently in a phase regarded as a "minimum."

"Observations of the sun show that as for the increase in temperature, carbon dioxide is 'not guilty,'" Abdussamatov wrote, "and as for what lies ahead in the coming decades, it is not catastrophic warming, but a global, and very prolonged temperature drop."

Abdussamatov's paper is featured on page 140 of a report issued this year by the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, documenting more than 700 scientists who disagree over the proposition that global warming is a man-made, or anthropogenic phenomenon.

(Story continues below)

As historical support for his theory, Abdussamatov cited the observations in 1893 made by the English astronomer Walter Maunder, who came to the conclusion that from 1645 to 1715, sunspots had been generally absent, which coincided with the middle and coldest part of the severe temperature dip known as the "Little Ice Age" that stretched from the 14th to the 16th centuries.

Abdussamatov also observed "the most significant solar event in the 20th century was the extraordinarily high level and the prolonged (virtually over the entire century) increase in the energy radiated by the sun," resulting in the global warming that today climate alarmists believe is man-made phenomenon. (Parenthesis in original text.)

"The intense solar energy flow radiated since the beginning of the 1990s" is decreasing "and, in spite of conventional opinion, there is now an unavoidable advance toward a global decrease, a deep temperature drop comparable to the Maunder minimum," he wrote.

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The heaviest snowfall in northern China for decades snarled road traffic across the region and forced delays or the cancellation of hundreds of flights from airports in several cities, including Beijing.

In Hebei province, two primary school girls and a boy died after heavy snow caused the roof of their canteen to collapse.

Another 28 were injured and were being treated in a local hospital. Schools in the provincial capital Shijiazhuang have been ordered to close.

Another child died in neighbouring Henan province and seven were injured, again when the roof the school canteen collapsed. Three of the students are in a critical condition.

Local media said the storms were tapering off on Friday with road, rail and air traffic beginning to return to normal.

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The Giant's Causeway is Northern Ireland's top tourist attraction

Freezing conditions have led to the closure of one of Northern Ireland's top tourist attractions.

The Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge on the north Antrim coast have been closed because of treacherous road conditions.

A National Trust spokeswoman said the icy weather had made the north Antrim coast area "extremely dangerous".

The Met Office has warned about widespread ice and further sleet and snow showers in the north and west.

Freezing conditions led to thousands of people, mostly in the north and west, having problems with their water supply.

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For the second time in the past three months, Denver has experienced monthly average temperatures in the ‘top 10 coldest’ category. In October, the Mile High City saw its second coldest October on record since record keeping began in 1882. Now Denver has just wrapped up its seventh coldest December in history.

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21-12-2009 15:57 | Jan Velinger

Record cold temperatures in the Czech Republic have taken a severe toll, with nine deaths from exposure recorded by the end of the weekend.

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Friday, Dec. 18, 2009

Record cold, snow envelop Japan Sea coast

Kyodo News

Frigid air swept through a wide area along the Sea of Japan on Thursday, dumping record snowfalls and setting record-low temperatures for December in northern parts of the country, the Meteorological Agency said.

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How cold is it? Flint's 95-year-old record low falls as 19 below zero hits city

By Julie Morrison | Flint Journal

January 14, 2009, 7:58PM

GENESEE COUNTY, Michigan -- Here's the bad news:

Flint broke a 95-year-old record early Wednesday morning when the temperature plummeted to a frigid 19 below zero. The previous record? Minus 10, set in 1914, according to the National Weather Service

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It was cold enough to break a record


Cheerleading coach Hayle Lock is no sucker. She came prepared for the unseasonably chilly temperatures during Friday night’s football game and put that preparedness to good use. Who said cheerleaders are just pretty faces? - News-Record photos by Alton Strupp


By The News-Record staff
Published: Saturday, October 10, 2009 11:46 PM MDT
Jack Frost continues to wreak havoc on Wyoming.

Friday’s overnight low of 7 degrees was the lowest on record for that date in Gillette. It was 11 degrees colder than the previous all-time low of 18 degrees in 1993, said Mitchell Erickson of the National Weather Service in Rapid City, S.D.

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CALGARY, Alberta, Oct. 13 (UPI) --

Canada's central provinces were hit with snow and record cold temperatures for the country's Thanksgiving Day long weekend.

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August 4, 2009

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — If you’ve noticed that this past July was colder than normal, you are not alone.

More than 1,100 daily record low temperatures were broken in July nationwide, according to the National Climatic Data Center. When record afternoon low highs are considered, that number jumps to more than 3,000 records. An additional 1,200 stations tied records.

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Australia - Coldest day for 43 years

  • Brendan O'Keefe
  • June 13, 2009 12:00AM

    CANBERRANS shivered through one of their coldest days on record yesterday as morning fog cleared, only to reveal a bank of cloud that kept a low lid on temperatures.

    Canberra recorded a top of 4.1C at 2.34pm, the city's coldest June day since the mercury topped out at just 2.8C in 1966.

    Cold as yesterday was, it was balmy compared with the city's record low maximum, of a bone-chilling 2.1C set on June 25, 1949.

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    the world may be heading for a serious food crisis, thanks to our old friend "climate change". In many parts of the world recently the weather has not been too brilliant for farmers. After a fearsomely cold winter, June brought heavy snowfall across large parts of western Canada and the northern states of the American Midwest. In Manitoba last week, it was -4C. North Dakota had its first June snow for 60 years.

    There was midsummer snow not just in Norway and the Cairngorms, but even in Saudi Arabia. At least in the southern hemisphere it is winter, but snowfalls in New Zealand and Australia have been abnormal. There have been frosts in Brazil, elsewhere in South America they have had prolonged droughts, while in China they have had to cope with abnormal rain and freak hailstorms, which in one province killed 20 people.

    None of this has given much cheer to farmers. In Canada and northern America summer planting of corn and soybeans has been way behind schedule, with the prospect of reduced yields and lower quality. Grain stocks are predicted to be down 15 per cent next year. US reserves of soya – used in animal feed and in many processed foods – are expected to fall to a 32-year low.

    In China, the world's largest wheat grower, they have been battling against the atrocious weather to bring in the harvest. (In one province they even fired chemical shells into the clouds to turn freezing hailstones into rain.) In north-west China drought has devastated crops with a plague of pests and blight. In countries such as Argentina and Brazil droughts have caused such havoc that a veteran US grain expert said last week: "In 43 years I've never seen anything like the decline we're looking at in South America."

    There are obviously various reasons for this concern as to whether the world can continue to feed itself, but one of them is undoubtedly the downturn in world temperatures, which has brought more cold and snow since2007 than we have known for decades.

    It is now more than 200 years since the great astronomer William Herschel observed a correlation between wheat prices and sunspots. When the latter were few in number, he noted, the climate turned colder and drier, crop yields fell and wheat prices rose. In the past two years, sunspot activity has dropped to its lowest point for a century. One of our biggest worries is that our politicians are so fixated on the idea that CO2 is causing global warming that most of them haven't noticed that the problem may be that the world is not warming but cooling, with all the implications that has forwhetherwe get enough to eat.

    magus (IP-tala skr) 12.1.2010 kl. 02:09

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    Revealed: Antarctic ice growing, not shrinking

    ICE is expanding in much of Antarctica, contrary to the widespread public belief that global warming is melting the continental ice cap.

    The results of ice-core drilling and sea ice monitoring indicate there is no large-scale melting of ice over most of Antarctica, although experts are concerned at ice losses on the continent's western coast.

    Antarctica has 90 per cent of the Earth's ice and 80 per cent of its fresh water. Extensive melting of Antarctic ice sheets would be required to raise sea levels substantially, and ice is melting in parts of west Antarctica. The destabilisation of the Wilkins ice shelf generated international headlines this month.

    However, the picture is very different in east Antarctica, which includes the territory claimed by Australia.

    East Antarctica is four times the size of west Antarctica and parts of it are cooling. The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research report prepared for last week's meeting of Antarctic Treaty nations in Washington noted the South Pole had shown "significant cooling in recent decades".

    magus (IP-tala skr) 12.1.2010 kl. 02:16

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    Morocco | North Africa
    Society

    Six die in snow roof collapse

    afrol News, 5 February - At least six children have died after the roof of a house in rural Morocco collapsed due to heavy snow, local news agency, MAP has reported.

    magus (IP-tala skr) 12.1.2010 kl. 02:27

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    Thailand temperatures are coldest in a decade

    The Associated Press , Bangkok | Sat, 01/17/2009 5:03 PM | World

    Thais are donning scarves, farmers are scrambling to save their rice crops and snakes are freezing to death.



    That is all because temperatures in this normally balmy country have dipped to their coldest in a decade.



    The country has been gripped in a cold spell that blew down from China earlier this month and is likely to last until February, the Thai Meteorological Department said Saturday.



    Chukiat Thaijaratsathian, an official in the department's forecasting office, said temperatures in the country's capital fell to a low of 14.7 degree Celsius (58.5 Fahrenheit) on Jan. 11 - the coldest in a decade. They have even been colder in the country's mountainous northeast, reaching 4.2 degree Celsius (39.5 degree Fahrenheit) in Nakhon Phanom province.



    "We have not had this kind of a cold spell in Thailand for many years," Chukiat said. "Seven of our weather stations around the country have recorded the lowest temperature in 10 years."

    magus (IP-tala skr) 12.1.2010 kl. 02:31

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    The four major global temperature-tracking outlets (Hadley UK, NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, University of Alabama-Huntsville and Remote Sensing Systems, Santa Rosa) have released updated information showing 2007 global cooling, ranging from 0.65C to 0.75C, a value which is large enough to erase nearly all the global-warming recorded over the last 100 years. This occurred in a single year (click www.climaterealists.com).

    In addition, the alarm of some people over the Arctic ice-caps is misplaced.

    In the Arctic, some 10 million square kilometres of sea ice melts each summer.

    Each September, the Arctic starts to freeze again.

    The extent of the ice now is 500,000 sq km greater than it was this time last year, which was in turn 500,000 sq km more than in September 2007.

    By April next year, after months of darkness, it will be back up to 14m sq km or more.

    As regards Antartica and Greenland, most of their ice sheets are growing, rather than shrinking.

    TERRI JACKSON

    Director, Independent Climate Research Group, Bangor





    Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/letters/scientists-see-signs-of-global-cooling-14502380.html#ixzz0cMUp4JMY

    magus (IP-tala skr) 12.1.2010 kl. 02:40

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    New Peer-Reviewed Scientific Studies Chill Global Warming Fears

    Posted By Marc Morano – Marc_Morano@EPW.Senate.Gov – 4:44 PM ET

    ...Other scientists are echoing Wilson’s analysis. Former Harvard physicist Dr. Lubos Motl said the new study has reduced proponents of man-made climate fears to “playing the children’s game to scare each other.” ,,,

    UN scientist Dr. Madhav L. Khandekar, a retired Environment Canada scientist and an expert IPCC reviewer in 2007, explained on August 6, 2007 that the Southern Hemisphere is cooling. “In the Southern Hemisphere, the land-area mean temperature has slowly but surely declined in the last few years. The city of Buenos Aires in Argentina received several centimeters of snowfall in early July, and the last time it snowed in Buenos Aires was in 1918! Most of Australia experienced one of its coldest months of June this year. Several other locations in the Southern Hemisphere have experienced lower temperatures in the last few years. Further, the sea surface temperatures over world oceans are slowly declining since mid-1998, according to a recent world-wide analysis of ocean surface temperatures," Dr. Khandekar explained. (LINK)

    Climate models made by unlicensed 'software engineers'

    But the credibility of these computer model predictionstook a significant hit in June 2007 when Dr. Jim Renwick, a top UN IPCC scientist, admitted that climate models do not account for half the variability in nature and thus are not reliable. "Half of the variability in the climate system is not predictable, so we don’t expect to do terrifically well," Renwick conceded. (LINK)

    Another high-profile UN IPCC lead author, Dr. Kevin Trenberth, recently echoed Renwick’s sentiments about climate models by referring to them as “story lines.”

    IPCC reviewer and climate researcher Dr Vincent Gray, of New Zealand, an expert reviewer on every single draft of the IPCC reports going back to 1990 and author of The Greenhouse Delusion: A Critique of "Climate Change 2001," declared “The claims of the IPCC are dangerous unscientific nonsense” in an April 10, 2007 article. (LINK)

    In addtion,meteorologist Dr. Hendrik Tennekes, a scientific pioneer in the development of numerical weather prediction and former director of research at The Netherlands' Royal National Meteorological Institute, recently compared scientists who promote computer models predicting future climate doom to unlicensed “software engineers."

    magus (IP-tala skr) 12.1.2010 kl. 03:13

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    Sampling of very recent inconvenient scientific developments for proponents of catastrophic man-made global warming:

    1) New peer-reviewed study finds global warming over last century linked to natural causes: Published in Geophysical Research Letters: Excerpt: “Tsonis et al. investigate the collective behavior of known climate cycles such as the Pacific Decadal Oscillation, the North Atlantic Oscillation, the El Nino/Southern Oscillation, and the North Pacific Oscillation. By studying the last 100 years of these cycles' patterns, they find that the systems synchronized several times. Further, in cases where the synchronous state was followed by an increase in the coupling strength among the cycles, the synchronous state was destroyed. Then a new climate state emerged, associated with global temperature changes and El Nino/Southern Oscillation variability. The authors show that this mechanism explains all global temperature tendency changes and El Nino variability in the 20th century. Authors: Anastasios A. Tsonis, Kyle Swanson, and Sergey Kravtsov: Atmospheric Sciences Group, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A. See August 2, 2007 Science Daily – “Synchronized Chaos: Mechanisms For Major Climate Shifts” (LINK)

    2) Belgian weather institute’s (RMI) August 2007 study dismisses decisive role of CO2 in warming: Excerpt: "Brussels: CO2 is not the big bogeyman of climate change and global warming. This is the conclusion of a comprehensive scientific study done by the Royal Meteorological Institute, which will be published this summer. The study does not state that CO2 plays no role in warming the earth. "But it can never play the decisive role that is currently attributed to it", climate scientist Luc Debontridder said. "Not CO2, but water vapor is the most important greenhouse gas. It is responsible for at least 75 % of the greenhouse effect. This is a simple scientific fact, but Al Gore's movie has hyped CO2 so much that nobody seems to take note of it." said Debontridder. "Every change in weather conditions is blamed on CO2. But the warm winters of the last few years (in Belgium) are simply due to the 'North-Atlantic Oscillation'. And this has absolutely nothing to do with CO2," he added. (LINK)

    3) Updated: September 27, 2007: New peer-reviewed study counters global warming theory, finds carbon dioxide did not end the last Ice Age. Excerpt: Deep-sea temperatures rose 1,300 years before atmospheric CO2, ruling out the greenhouse gas as driver of meltdown, says study in Science. Carbon dioxide did not cause the end of the last ice age, a new study in Science suggests, contrary to past inferences from ice core records. &#147;There has been this continual reference to the correspondence between CO2 and climate change as reflected in ice core records as justification for the role of CO2 in climate change,&#148; said USC geologist Lowell Stott, lead author of the study, slated for advance online publication Sept. 27 in Science Express. &#147;You can no longer argue that CO2 alone caused the end of the ice ages.&#148; Deep-sea temperatures warmed about 1,300 years before the tropical surface ocean and well before the rise in atmospheric CO2, the study found. The finding suggests the rise in greenhouse gas was likely a result of warming and may have accelerated the meltdown &#150; but was not its main cause. < > &#147;The climate dynamic is much more complex than simply saying that CO2 rises and the temperature warms,&#148; Stott said. The complexities &#147;have to be understood in order to appreciate how the climate system has changed in the past and how it will change in the future.&#148; (LINK)

    4)New peer-reviewed study finds clouds may greatly reduce global warming: Excerpt: This study published on August 9, 2007 in the Geophysical Research Letters finds that climate models fail test against real clouds. "To give an idea of how strong this enhanced cooling mechanism is, if it was operating on global warming, it would reduce estimates of future warming by over 75 percent," Dr. Roy Spencer said. "At least 80 percent of the Earth&#39;s natural greenhouse effect is due to water vapor and clouds, and those are largely under the control of precipitation systems. Until we understand how precipitation systems change with warming, I don&#39;t believe we can know how much of our current warming is manmade. Without that knowledge, we can&#39;t predict future climate change with any degree of certainty," Spencer added. The paper was co-authored by University of Alabama Huntsville&#39;s Dr. John R. Christy and Dr. W. Danny Braswell, and Dr. Justin Hnilo of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA. (LINK)

    5) New peer-reviewed study finds that the solar system regulates the earth&#146;s climate - The paper, authored by Richard Mackey, was published August 17, 2007 in the Journal of Coastal Research - Excerpt: &#147;According to the findings reviewed in this paper, the variable output of the sun, the sun&#146;s gravitational relationship between the earth (and the moon) and earth&#146;s variable orbital relationship with the sun, regulate the earth&#146;s climate. The processes by which the sun affects the earth show periodicities on many time scales; each process is stochastic and immensely complex. (LINK) & (LINK)

    6) New peer-reviewed study on Surface Warming and the Solar Cycle: Excerpt: The study found that times of high solar activity are on average 0.2 degrees C warmer than times of low solar activity, and that there is a polar amplification of the warming. This result is the first to document a statistically significant globally coherent temperature response to the solar cycle, the authors note. Authors: Charles D. Camp and Ka Kit Tung: Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. Source: Geophysical Research Letters (GRL) paper 10.1029/2007GL030207, 2007 (LINK) [EPW Blog Note: Despite the fact that one of the co-author&#146;s protests this study being used to chill climate fears, this paper is an important contribution to establishing the solar climate link.]

    magus (IP-tala skr) 12.1.2010 kl. 03:23

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    9) Updated: October 2, 2007: Danish National Space Center Study concludes: &#147;The Sun still appears to be the main forcing agent in global climate change.&#148; The report was authored by Physicist Henrik Svensmark and Eigil Friis-Christensen. (LINK) Several other recent scientific studies and scientists have debunked a media hyped UK study alleging there has not been a solar-climate link in the past 20 years. UK Astrophysicist Piers Corbyn confirmed the Danish study and also debunked the &#147;No Solar-Climate Link Study&#148; on July 14, 2007. Excerpt: &#147;[The study claiming to prove a] &#145;refutation&#146; of the decisive role of solar activity in driving climate is as valid as claiming a particular year was not warm by simply looking at the winter half of data. The most significant and persistent cycle of variation in the world&#146;s temperature follows the 22-year magnetic cycle of the sun&#146;s activity,&#148; Corbyn, who heads the UK based long-term solar forecast group Weather Action, wrote. (LINK) Other studies and scientists have found also confirmed thesolar-climate link. (LINK) & (LINK) & (LINK)

    magus (IP-tala skr) 12.1.2010 kl. 03:31

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    20) Update - September 10, 2007: New study claims UN IPCCpeer-review processis "anillusion." A September 2007 analysis of the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) scientific review process entitled &#147;Peer Review? What Peer Review?&#148; by climate data analyst John McLean, revealed very few scientists are actively involved in the UN&#39;s peer-review process. According to the analysis, &#147;The IPCC would have us believe that its reports are diligently reviewed by many hundreds of scientists and that these reviewers endorse the contents of the report. Analyses of reviewer comments show a very different and disturbing story.&#148; The paper continued: "In [the IPCC&#39;s] Chapter 9, the key science chapter, the IPCC concludes that &#39;it is very highly likely that greenhouse gas forcing has been the dominant cause of the observed global warming over the last 50 years.&#39; The IPCC leads us to believe that this statement is very much supported by the majority of reviewers. The reality is that there is surprisingly little explicit support for this key notion. Among the 23 independent reviewers just 4 explicitly endorsed the chapter with its hypothesis, and one other endorsed only a specific section. Moreover, only 62 of the IPCC&#146;s 308 reviewers commented on this chapter at all." The analysis concluded: &#147;The IPCC reports appear to be largely based on a consensus of scientific papers, but those papers are the product of research for which the funding is strongly influenced by previous IPCC reports. This makes the claim of a human influence self-perpetuating and for a corruption of the normal scientific process.&#148; (LINK)

    magus (IP-tala skr) 12.1.2010 kl. 03:38

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    Sea Ice levels equal those seen 29 years ago,when theyear 1979 also drew to a close.

    Ice levels had been tracking lower throughout much of 2008, but rapidly recovered in the last quarter. In fact, the rate of increase from September onward is the fastest rate of change on record, either upwards or downwards.

    The data is being reported by the University of Illinois&#39;s Arctic Climate Research Center, and is derived from satellite observations of the Northern and Southern hemisphere polar regions.

    magus (IP-tala skr) 12.1.2010 kl. 03:57

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    Hverjir skrifa thetta? Hvad eru their ad segja? Afhverju heyrast sjonarmid theirra ekki?

    1) when Dr. Jim Renwick, a top UN IPCC scientist, admitted that climate models do not account for half the variability in nature and thus are not reliable. "Half of the variability in the climate system is not predictable, so we don&#146;t expect to do terrifically well," Renwick conceded. (LINK)

    2) Another high-profile UN IPCC lead author, Dr. Kevin Trenberth, recently echoed Renwick&#146;s sentiments about climate models by referring to them as &#147;story lines.&#148;

    3) IPCC reviewer and climate researcher Dr Vincent Gray, of New Zealand, an expert reviewer on every single draft of the IPCC reports going back to 1990 and author of The Greenhouse Delusion: A Critique of "Climate Change 2001," declared &#147;The claims of the IPCC are dangerous unscientific nonsense&#148; in an April 10, 2007 article. (LINK)

    4) UN scientist Dr. Madhav L. Khandekar, a retired Environment Canada scientist and an expert IPCC reviewer in 2007, explained on August 6, 2007 that the Southern Hemisphere is cooling. &#147;In the Southern Hemisphere, the land-area mean temperature has slowly but surely declined in the last few years.

    5)This is more than sufficient to invalidate global climate models and projections made with them!&#148;- UN IPCC Scientist Dr. Steven M. Japar, a PhD atmospheric chemist who was part of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change&#146;s (IPCC) Second (1995) and Third (2001) Assessment Reports, and has authored 83 peer-reviewed publications and in the areas of climate change, atmospheric chemistry, air pollutions and vehicle emissions.

    6) Hansen embarrassed NASA by coming out with his claims of global warming.&#148; - Retired senior NASA atmospheric scientist Dr. John S. Theon, a former supervisor of NASA&#146;s James Hansen, and the former Chief of the Climate Processes Research Program at NASA Headquarters and former Chief of the Atmospheric Dynamics & Radiation Branch.

    magus (IP-tala skr) 12.1.2010 kl. 04:10

    93 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

    Sprenghlgilegt, einhver efasemdarmaur hefur nota marga klukkutma ntt a safna saman kuldametum, sem geta falli, og a srlega vi egar a koma kld tmabil eins og t.d. nna Evrpu o.fl. stum. N arf bara a safna saman hitametunum sustu rum, getur teki nstu ntt a Einnig virist hann hafa safna saman samhengislausum tilvitnunum vsindamenn (hvar eru tenglarnir sumt af essu?). Jja, svona er umran stundum.

    ar sem magus hefur drekkt umrunni me essum kjnarkum, tla g a endurtaka mig, vonandi er a lagi:

    ---------------------------------------------------

    Varandi greinina Daily Mail sem vitnair athugasemd 53, gst, hefur Mojib Latif fengi mguleika a svara fyrir sig, og a ltur t fyrir a frttamenn Daily Mail hafi misskili hann.

    ar segir m.a.

    guardian.co.uk home

    A leading scientist has hit out at misleading newspaper reports that linked his research to claims that the current cold weather undermines the scientific case for manmade global warming.

    Mojib Latif, a climate expert at the Leibniz Institute at Kiel University in Germany, said he "cannot understand" reports that used his research to question the scientific consensus on climate change.

    He told the Guardian: "It comes as a surprise to me that people would try to use my statements to try to dispute the nature of global warming. I believe in manmade global warming. I have said that if my name was not Mojib Latif it would be global warming."

    He added: "There is no doubt within the scientific community that we are affecting the climate, that the climate is changing and responding to our emissions of greenhouse gases."

    A report in the Mail on Sunday said that Latif&#39;s results "challenge some of the global warming orthodoxy&#39;s most deeply cherished beliefs" and "undermine the standard climate computer models". Monday&#39;s Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph repeated the claims.

    etta er s.s. bara bull hj Mail on Sunday a hafa etta eftir honum ann htt sem eir geru.



    a m lesa alla greinina vef Guardian

    Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 08:05

    94 Smmynd: Hskuldur Bi Jnsson

    Fyrst hann magus var a vsa nokkur kuldamet, tti a vera hugavert fyrir hann a lesa essa frslu: Mta: a er kalt Klonke Dinke og v er engin hnattrn hlnun. ar segir meal annars:

    ...venjulegir kuldar kvenum sta og kvenum tma segja raun lti um hnattrna hlnun, ar sem kuldamet eru einnig slegin egar hnattrn hlnun er gangi. Kuldametin gerast frri en hitametin, eins og raunin hefur ori t.d. Bandarkjunum, en ar hefur tlfri hitameta veri skou undanfarna ratugi &#150; en n er a svo a hitamet hvers dags sastliinn ratug hafa komi um tvisvar sinnum oftar en kuldamet (sj Frtt: Hitamet mun fleiri en kuldamet Bandarkjunum).

    Hskuldur Bi Jnsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 08:12

    95 Smmynd: Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson

    etta flokkast n eiginlega undir "rs" suna hj gsti, fr nafnleysingja. Einum of miki af v ga

    i alarmistarnir tali um lnulaga ferli hitaaukningu sl. ratugi. ll hitaaukning er lnulaga ef i taki hfilega langt tmabil til a sna a. framtinni verur etta enn ein sveiflan, e.t.v. venju h, en sveifla engu a sur.

    Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 10:12

    96 Smmynd: Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson

    Sprnar fr Al Gore o/co geru r fyrir slausum norurpl allra nstu rum og hkkandi sjvarboriog hitaferli var beint upp t 21. ldina. Allt var gangi..... allra nstu rum. Svo kemur kuldakast og alarmistarnir fara taugum og n ganga sprnar t a a mialdra flk mun ekki geta s sprnar rtast vegna klnunar nstu 20-30 r.

    a rtist nsta lfi.... segi i

    Gunnar Th. Gunnarsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 10:17

    97 Smmynd: Hskuldur Bi Jnsson

    Gunnar, hr er svar til n - ,denier :

    i alarmistarnir tali um lnulaga ferli hitaaukningu sl. ratugi. ll hitaaukning er lnulaga ef i taki hfilega langt tmabil til a sna a. framtinni verur etta enn ein sveiflan, e.t.v. venju h, en sveifla engu a sur.

    Rtt, a etta verur enn ein sveiflan framtinni - mia vi a hversu langlf grurhsalofttegund CO2 er, verur sveiflan ekki bara h - heldur mjg lng (lklega nr sund rum heldur en hundra rum - sem er langt sgu simenningar).

    Sprnar fr Al Gore o/co geru r fyrir slausum norurpl allra nstu rum og hkkandi sjvarboriog hitaferli var beint upp t 21. ldina. Allt var gangi..... allra nstu rum. Svo kemur kuldakast og alarmistarnir fara taugum og n ganga sprnar t a a mialdra flk mun ekki geta s sprnar rtast vegna klnunar nstu 20-30 r.

    Al Gore og co eru ekki vsindamenn og v hlustum vi ekki miki .

    Hr m sj sp IPCC sem hefur snt sig a hefur vanmeti brnunina.

    Septembertbreisla hafss  Norurskautinu  milljnum ferklmetra til rsins 2008. Raua lnan snir beinar mlingar, en svarta lnan spr loftslagslkana IPCC samt vissu. Eins og sst  hefur brnun hafss fari fram r svrtustu spm IPCC. 2009 gildi var ekki teikna inn, en a var hrra en 2008 gildi - ea um 5,1 milljn ferklmetrar sem er tluvert nean vi sp IPCC.

    Septembertbreisla hafss Norurskautinu milljnum ferklmetra til rsins 2008. Raua lnan snir beinar mlingar, en svarta lnan spr loftslagslkana IPCC samt vissu. Eins og sst hefur brnun hafss fari fram r svrtustu spm IPCC. 2009 gildi er ekki teikna inn, en a var hrra en 2008 gildi - ea um 5,1 milljn ferklmetrar sem er tluvert nean vi sp IPCC.

    Hr fyrir nean m san sj spr IPCC - sem hr hefurvanmeti sjvarstuhkkanir.

    Sjvarstubreytingar sastliin 40 r.  Raua lnan snir mlingar sjvarfalla og treikninga  sjvarstubreytingum fr eim og bla lnan er fengin t fr gervihnttum. Gra svi snir a spr IPCC hafa vanmeti sjvarstubreytingarnar.

    Sjvarstubreytingar sastliin 40 r. Raua lnan snir mlingar sjvarfalla og treikninga sjvarstubreytingum fr eim og bla lnan er fengin t fr gervihnttum. Gra svi snir a spr IPCC hafa vanmeti sjvarstubreytingarnar.

    Semsagt tveimur tilfellum af remur af eim dmum sem tekur hafa spr IPCC veri nr v a vera vanmat en ofmat. Varandi hi rija, er hitaferillinn innan marka ess sem a IPCC spi.

    Hver segir a a veri klnun nstu 20-30 r? Ef lest a sem hr hefur veri bent fyrir ofan, er a David Rose - frttamaur Daily Mail sem segir a, en ekki vsindamennirnir sem hann rddi vi.

    Hskuldur Bi Jnsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 10:41

    98 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

    Gunnar ert a upplifa hlnunina, arft ekkert a ba, rtt fyrir sm kuldakast nokkrum stum heiminum. Sjvarbor hkkar um ca. 3 mm ri, sem eru 30 cm 100 rum ef a heldur fram sama hraa (gti lka aukist), hafsinn hefur fari minnkandi sustu ratugum (hr er g ekki a taka afstu til ess hvenr hafsinn gti horfi yfir sumartmann), jklar hopa og svo nokkur dmi su tekin. a er um a gera a fara a lta uppr afneituninni og lta ggnin.

    Hr er dmi um hvernig spr IPCC eru og hvernig r hafa gengi eftir varandi sjvarml, nnar m lesa um loftslagslkn loftslag.is:

    Sjvarstubreytingar sastliin 40 r.  Raua lnan snir mlingar sjvarfalla og treikninga  sjvarstubreytingum fr eim og bla lnan er fengin t fr gervihnttum. Gra svi snir a spr IPCC hafa vanmeti sjvarstubreytingarnar.

    Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 10:46

    99 Smmynd: SeeingRed

    g er enn eirri skoun sem g hef haft mrg r, jararbareiga a hafa meiri hyggjur af klnun, hva 20-30 ra niursveiflu. Vona svo sananrlega a svo fari ekki heldur veri hltt og notalegt nstu ratugi ur en hin hjkvmilega (um a geta allir veri sammla) sld brestur , hvort sem hn verur ltil ea alvru.

    SeeingRed, 12.1.2010 kl. 18:20

    101 Smmynd: Vilhjlmur Eyrsson

    g vil taka hjartanlega undir me SeeingRed. Til lengri tma er a klnun, ekki hlnun, sem menn ttu a hafa hyggjur af. Endurhlnun og afturhvarf til hins hlja, raka loftslags fyrri rsunda nverandi hlskeis a taka fagnandi og me opnum rmum. "Loftslagsvandinn" er enginn vandi. vert mti er s smvgilega uppsveifla sem rkt hefur san um 1900 mikil blessun, ekki aeins fyrir mannflki heldur fyrir dr og jurtir, fugla og fiska og allt sem rfst jrinni.

    Vilhjlmur Eyrsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 21:25

    102 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

    hverju byggi i essa skoun ykkar, Vilhjlmur og SeeingRed. Hva eru i a tala um langan tma ur en byrjar a klna og hversu mikla klnun eru i a tala um?

    Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 21:34

    103 Smmynd: Vilhjlmur Eyrsson

    Nverandi hlskei hefur n stai um 11.500 r, sem er nlgt meallagi fyrir hlskeirkjandi saldar, sem virast hafa stai eitthva bilinu 7-8 til 13-14 sund r. Hvenr ntt jkulskei hefst er alveg mgulegt a segja. Sasta "litla sld" var aeins ein af allmrgum slkum strum niursveiflum hitastigi, sem vera nokkurra alda fresti og sfellt kaldari. Nsta "litla sld" verur v enn kaldari, en hennar er vonandi ekki a vnta fyrr en eftir nokkrar aldir. Hn kann a vera svo kld a hn fari yfir "rskuldinn", .e. a kuldinn og smyndunin veri svo mikil a ekki ni a hlna aftur og jklar leggist enn einu sinni yfir Vestur- Evru og Norur- Amerku. Hvenr etta verur er sem fyrr sagi alveg mgulegt a segja. a eina sem er ruggt er, a fyrr ea sar mun etta gerast. ll mannvirki slendinga vera skafin niur klppina.

    Vilhjlmur Eyrsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 21:55

    104 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

    J, a m til sannsvegar fra a a hafa komi saldir og a munu koma arar saldir framtinni. En a tilokar sjlfu sr ekki a hitastig s a hkka vegna aukins styrks grurhsalofttegunda nna. a er einmitt a sem rannsknir lang flestra vsindamanna benda til. Hversu mikil s hkkun verur er ekki gott a segja, en a verur vntanlega samhengi vi styrk grurhsalofttegunda framtinni og til hvaa lausna og mtvgisagera verur gripi til.

    Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 22:27

    105 Smmynd: Hskuldur Bi Jnsson

    Vilhjlmur: Ef vi bum okkur til jr ntmanum, ar sem ekki hefur veri dlt CO2 t andrmslofti - telja menn lklegt a sld myndi ekki hefjast fyrr en eftir 50-100 sund r. Teki af heimasiu NOAA :

    What does The Milankovitch Theory say about future climate change?
    Orbital changes occur over thousands of years, and the climate system may also take thousands of years to respond to orbital forcing. Theory suggests that the primary driver of ice ages is the total summer radiation received in northern latitude zones where major ice sheets have formed in the past, near 65 degrees north. Past ice ages correlate well to 65N summer insolation (Imbrie 1982). Astronomical calculations show that 65N summer insolation should increase gradually over the next 25,000 years, and that no 65N summer insolation declines sufficient to cause an ice age are expected in the next 50,000 - 100,000 years

    IPCC stendur:

    A minor proportion (20% on average) of each glacialinterglacial cycle was spent in the warm interglacial mode, which normally lasted for 10 to 30 kyr

    En eitt er vst a sld kemur ekki nstu rsundin - stan nverandi og fyrirsjanlegt magn CO2 andrmsloftinu.

    Hskuldur Bi Jnsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 23:04

    106 Smmynd: Vilhjlmur Eyrsson

    g veit vel, a essi svokallaa Milankovitch- kenning er mjg tsku, sem segir a breytinar sporbaug jarar ri hlskeiunum, en slkar breytingar gerast rsundum og afar hgt. Jkulskeiunum lkur hins vegar nnast eins og hendi vri veifa, svo snggt a eitthva allt anna hltur a vera a verki. ar snast langtmasveiflur geislun slar lang lklegastar. Um r er ekki ngu miki vita af eirri einfldu stu a ekki hefur veri fylgst me slinni ngilega lengi.

    a er lka ljst a s sem setti saman tilvitnunina arna a framan skortir grundvallarekkingu jarsgu. Hann snist ekki einu sinni vita muninn sld og jkulskeii innan saldar. Hann veit augljslega heldur ekki a jkulskei hafa skoli yfir um hundra sund ra fresti sustu tvr og hlfa til rjr milljnir ra, .e. fr upphafi kvartertma. En etta er a sem menn eiga a venjast egar grurhsa- gengi er annars vegar.

    Vilhjlmur Eyrsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 23:31

    107 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

    Vilhjlmur segir: "Milankovitch- kenning er mjg tsku"

    Hva meinaru me essu Vilhjlmur? Hva verur nst, vera "kenningar Newton kannski komnar tsku". g hef n persnulega meiri tr v a srfringar NOAA viti hva eir eru a tala um en s sem ltur svona bull t r sr. Srfringar NOAA er m.a. me tilvitnanir verk Milutin Milankovitch, varla hefur hann veri hluti essa svokalla grurhsagengis sem vilt svo kalla.

    Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 12.1.2010 kl. 23:50

    108 Smmynd: Vilhjlmur Eyrsson

    lkir Milankovitch vi Newton. a mundi g aldrei gera. a vri ekki sanngjarnt gagnvart Newton. etta er, eins og g sagi rkjandi tskukenning augnablikinu, en a, a eir sem kallar "srfringa NOAA" skuli tra essa kenningu gerir hana, tt ekki vri anna, grunsamlega mnum augum. a er sfellt betur a koma ljs hva ltill munur er alvru vsindum og gervivsindum og hva skilin ar milli eru ljs. Grurhsamenn eru ekki alvru vsindamenn, v eir eru ekki a leita sannleikans. eir telja sig hafa fundi hann og finna hj sr rf a boa hann llum heiminum. eir sj v bara a sem eir vilja sj og loka augunum fyrir llu ru. En eir eru duglegir vi a hylja fordma sna, ofstki, ffri og heimsku bak vi "hvsindalegar" greinargerir, studdar tal grfum, tilvsunum og neanmlsgreinum. egar upp er stai eru eir bara skp venjulegir kjnar. etta er sndarmennskan ein.

    Vilhjlmur Eyrsson, 13.1.2010 kl. 00:29

    109 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

    g tel a maur sem byrjar grein me eftirfarandi orum, eigi ekki a tala um fordma, ofstki, ffri ea heimsku nokkurs manns:

    "a vri fjarri mr a hallmla konum, hommum, svertingjum, dvergum ea feita flkinu. a vri ljtt, og g er ekki d. Hinu er ekki a leyna, a mr hundleiist brlt essa flks, ekki sst svonefnd &#147;rttindabartta&#148; neanindar- rstihpanna tveggja, femnista og hmsexalista." Vilhjlmur Eyrsson frslu blogsu sinni

    ar fyrir utan ttiru kannski a kynna r rannsknir og vinnu Milutin Milankovitch betur Vilhjlmur. Kenningar Newton eru mjg merkilegar, en a gerir ekki minna r verkum Milankovitch, ar eru m.a. sveiflur Milankovitch sem tskra m.a. komur salda.

    En g tla mr ekki a rkra meira vi einhvern sem ekki hefur getu til ess a fra mlefnaleg rk fyrir mli snu, en kemur aeins me kjnark (m.a. engar heimildir) og uppnefnir flk.

    Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 13.1.2010 kl. 00:55

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    Sprenghlgilegt, einhver efasemdarmaur hefur nota marga klukkutma ntt a safna saman kuldametum, sem geta falli, og a srlega vi egar a koma kld tmabil eins og t.d. nna Evrpu o.fl. stum. N arf bara a safna saman hitametunum sustu rum, getur teki nstu ntt a Einnig virist hann hafa safna saman samhengislausum tilvitnunum vsindamenn (hvar eru tenglarnir sumt af essu?). Jja, svona er umran stundum. ar sem magus hefur drekkt umrunni me essum kjnarkum, tla g a endurtaka mig, vonandi er a lagi:" Svatli

    1) New Peer-Reviewed Scientific Studies Chill Global Warming Fears

    Posted By Marc Morano &#150; Marc_Morano@EPW.Senate.Gov &#150; 4:44 PM ET

    2)

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    Posted: October 27, 2009
    9:58 pm Eastern

    By Jerome R. Corsi
    2009WorldNetDaily


    Habibullo Abdussamatov

    In a sharp rebuke to climate alarmists who believe human-generated carbon dioxide is responsible for causing catastrophic global warming, a Russian scientist has issued what amounts to a news flash announcing, "Sun Heats Earth!"

    Abdussamatov&#39;s paper is featured on page 140 of a report issued this year by the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, documenting more than 700 scientists who disagree over the proposition that global warming is a man-made, or anthropogenic phenomenon.

    THARF AD TEIKNA FYRIR THIG MYND SVATLI? ATHUGASEMD 71, THU BARA SMELLIR LINKINN!

    3) THAD SEM ER SPRENGHLAEGILEGT: SAMANBURDURINN A THER, SVATLI, OG SVO THEIM VISINDAMONNUM SEM EG HEF VISAD HER I, THAR MED NOKKRA IPCC-MENN, OG FYRRVERANDI YFIRMANN HANSEN HJA NASA, OG FLEIRI SEM KOMA FRAM I THESSARI SKYRSLU FRA US SENATE!

    SVARADU EFTIRFARANDI, OG BAETTU VID HVERNIG THIN MENNTUN/REYNSLA STENST SAMANBURD VID THETTA FOLK;

    Hverjir skrifa thetta? Hvad eru their ad segja? Afhverju heyrast sjonarmid theirra ekki?

    1) when Dr. Jim Renwick, a top UN IPCC scientist, admitted that climate models do not account for half the variability in nature and thus are not reliable. "Half of the variability in the climate system is not predictable, so we don&#146;t expect to do terrifically well," Renwick conceded. (LINK)

    2) Another high-profile UN IPCC lead author, Dr. Kevin Trenberth, recently echoed Renwick&#146;s sentiments about climate models by referring to them as &#147;story lines.&#148;

    3) IPCC reviewer and climate researcher Dr Vincent Gray, of New Zealand, an expert reviewer on every single draft of the IPCC reports going back to 1990 and author of The Greenhouse Delusion: A Critique of "Climate Change 2001," declared &#147;The claims of the IPCC are dangerous unscientific nonsense&#148; in an April 10, 2007 article. (LINK)

    4) UN scientist Dr. Madhav L. Khandekar, a retired Environment Canada scientist and an expert IPCC reviewer in 2007, explained on August 6, 2007 that the Southern Hemisphere is cooling. &#147;In the Southern Hemisphere, the land-area mean temperature has slowly but surely declined in the last few years.

    5)This is more than sufficient to invalidate global climate models and projections made with them!&#148;- UN IPCC Scientist Dr. Steven M. Japar, a PhD atmospheric chemist who was part of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change&#146;s (IPCC) Second (1995) and Third (2001) Assessment Reports, and has authored 83 peer-reviewed publications and in the areas of climate change, atmospheric chemistry, air pollutions and vehicle emissions.

    6) Hansen embarrassed NASA by coming out with his claims of global warming.&#148; - Retired senior NASA atmospheric scientist Dr. John S. Theon, a former supervisor of NASA&#146;s James Hansen, and the former Chief of the Climate Processes Research Program at NASA Headquarters and former Chief of the Atmospheric Dynamics & Radiation Branch.

    THAD ERU 700 TIL VIDBOTAR.....

    OG RANNSOKNIRNAR MA EINNIG FINNA A VEFSIDUNNI......

    magus (IP-tala skr) 13.1.2010 kl. 00:58

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    PS. Svatli

    Fyrst thad kemur ther i opna skjolda ad haegt er ad sja heimildir med thvi ad lesa athugasemdir, og smella a linka, tha hlytur thad ad verda sjokk fyrir thig ad vita, ad eg eyddi nokkrum sek i google leit til ad finna linka a kuldafrettirog birti einfalega nokkrar af theim sem eg las.....

    otrulegt hvad haegt er ad gera med sma lestri og netinu! HA?

    thu fylgist svo vel med.....

    magus (IP-tala skr) 13.1.2010 kl. 01:06

    112 Smmynd: Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson

    Er r alvara magus, a vitna bloggsu ldunardeildaringmannsins Jim Inhofe, sem er frgur fyrir rangtlkanir loftslagsvsindum. S sem setti essa frslu inn sur Inhofe er maur a nafni Marc Morano, hgt er a lesa nnar um hann me v a smella tengilinn.

    verur a athuga vel hvaan fr heimildir, etta er ekki a sem hgt er a kalla marktk heimild. Mr snist eini tilgangur essarar su Inhofe vera a blekkja flk. Ein afer vi a er a taka or manna r samhengi eim tilgangi a plata flk, a virist takast a einhverju leiti hj honum arna, ef marka m a a hefur lti blekkjast magus.

    Sveinn Atli Gunnarsson, 13.1.2010 kl. 01:19

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    Noh, bara Ad-Hominem i fyrsta!

    Vodalegt ad vitna i villutruarmenn, "fraega fyrir rangtulkanir".....

    Thetta er skyrsla unnin fyrir oldungadeild BNA, thetta er samantekt!

    Thad sem kemur fram i skyrslunni stendur, thad er bara vitnad i thessa visindamenn, og rannsoknir. Thad er enginn ad tulka eitt ne neitt! En thu ert ofaer um ad lesa thad sem tharna stendur?

    Mikil eru nu rokin hja ther! Thu getur ekki svarad spurningu minni, en thu getur lagst i personuarasir!

    SEGDU MER NU HVERNIG ER VERID AD BLEKKJA FOLK MED THVI VITNA I THESSA VISINDAMENN?

    Menn eins og thu Svatli, hafa t.d. reynt ad eydileggja nafn theons, fyrrverandi yfirmanns Hansen vegna thess er hann segir um Hansen, thvi fleiri en tu, Svatli, kunna Ad-H arasir:

    Hansen embarrassed NASA by coming out with his claims of global warming.&#148; - Retired senior NASA atmospheric scientist Dr. John S. Theon, a former supervisor of NASA&#146;s James Hansen, and the former Chief of the Climate Processes Research Program at NASA Headquarters and former Chief of the Atmospheric Dynamics & Radiation Branch.

    Sja svo svar fra Morano:

    Note: this will hopefully be posted on the comments page of Sketpico&#146;s blog.

    http://skeptico.blogs.com/skeptico/2009/02/global-warming-denial.html - skeptico@skeptico.net

    Dear Skeptico:

    Thanks for
    your analysis of the U.S. Senate Minority Report: U.S. Senate Minority Report Update: MoreThan 650 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims. You make several assertions and seem to have a lot of &#147;faith&#148; in the analyses of RealClimate.org and Tim Lambert ofDeltoid.

    You assert: &#147;Of course we know that [Atmospheric Scientist Dr. John S. Theon wasn&#146;t actually Hansen&#145;boss&#146;&#148; and you link to Gavin Schmidt of RealClimate.org to &#147;prove&#148; your point.

    Here is what
    Theon responded: &#147;I worked with Hansen from about 1983 to 1994 during which time he was at GISS in NYC and I was at NASA HQ in Washington DC. I retired from NASA in 1995. I had completed 37 and 1/2 years of federal service (civilian Navy, USAF, and including 33 years with NASA.)

    The money came through me. We were in the Earth Observations Program which later became the Mission to Planet Earth Program. I visited GISS at least once a year to review and evaluate the GISS work. When I visited NYC, to review the research that GISS was funded to do out of the program for which I was responsible, Hansen was most cordial. When I asked him to give a lecture in Japan, he complied,&#148; Theon wrote. &#147;It was what it was, and no amount of denial will change that,&#148; Theon explained. &#147;I repeat what I wrote to you in January: &#147;I was, in effect, Hansen&#39;s supervisor because I had tojustify his funding, allocate his resources, and evaluate his results. I did not have the authority to give him his annual performance evaluation,&#148; he added.

    You also wrote: &#147;Theon seems like the archetypal fake expert.&#148; Are you aware that on the website of one the experts you put faith in &#150; Tim Lambert of Deltoid &#150; smears like yours against Theon are being refuted?

    At the Deltoid blog -- no friend of climate skeptics -- several readers are lamenting the disparagingremarks against Theon. Some of its readers are now essentially screaming &#147;Enough&#148; in response to the attacks on Theon. A January 31 comment on Deltoid blog stated: &#147;Theon did some serious work (about 30papers, some edited books, plus lots of monographs), including a couple of Science papers in the 60&#146;s, so he wasn&#146;t puffing up his accomplishments like some, and an h-index of 6.&#148; Again, these comments are coming from a website devoted to vilifying global warming skeptics. A February 1 comment on Detloidstated: &#147;This attempt to smear Theon is terribly, terribly thin.&#148;

    Here is a Google scholar search on Theon:
    http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=&#x22;author&#x3A;JS+author&#x3A;Theon&#x22;

    You also write: &#147;Compare these 650 (really less than 100) &#145;skeptics&#146; with the American GeophysicalUnion (AGU) which has 50,000 members, most of whom really are earth scientists.&#148; I assume you mean the &#145;consensus&#146; statement issued by AGU on global warming as if all 50,000 member signed off on it. In reality, only two dozen or so governing board members of the AGU and the AMS voted on the so-called consensus statement without the direct vote of members or adequate input. The AMS members according to many were was outraged at these types of statements. You are basically appealing to authority and putting your faith in these governing boards which are subject to political pressure. In short, you are citingan essentially POLITCAL statement of AGU as somehow being scientific. &#150; End Excerpt.

    Not a &#147;conspiracy&#148; as you allege, but does appear to be groupthink by the members of the governing

    boards. See the Senate report on these consensus statements here:
    http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?

    FuseAction=Minority.Blogs&ContentRecord_id=595F6F41-802A-23AD-4BC4-B364B623ADA3

    The prestigious International Geological Congress, dubbed the geologists&#39; equivalent of the Olympic Games, was held in Norway in August 2008 and prominently featured the voices of scientists skeptical of man-made global warming fears. [See: Skeptical scientists overwhelm conference: &#39;2/3 of presenters and question-askers were hostile to, even dismissive of, the UN IPCC&#39; & see full reports here & here ]

    More evidence that your &#147;faith&#148; based appeal to authority fails. See: A canvass of more than 51,000 Canadian scientists revealed 68% disagree that global warming science is &#147;settled.&#148;

    You also have great faith in UN IPCC. Are you aware this is a political organization? It is called the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Government is even in the title to help anyone who mightotherwise be confused.

    Your appeal to the authority of RealClimate.org also leaves much to be desired. Not all scientists agree with your high opinion of the warming partisans.

    See this report:
    Real Climate Woes: Pielke Jr.: &#39;Gavin Schmidt admits to stealing a scientific idea from his

    arch-nemesis, Steve McIntyre&#39; . Also see: Prominent Scientist &#145;Appalled&#146; By Gavin Schmidt&#146;s &#145;lack ofknowledge&#146; &#150; &#145;Back to graduate school, Gavin!&#146; &#150; Climate Science Blog

    By Atmospheric scientist Dr.

    Hendrik Tennekes, a scientific pioneer in the development of numerical weather prediction and former director of research at The Netherlands&#39; Royal National Meteorological Institute, and an internationallyrecognized expert in atmospheric boundary layer processes.

    And see these links from Israeli Astrophysicist Nir Shaviv&#146;s website: &#147;The aim of RealClimate.org is not to engage a sincere scientific debate. Their aim is post a reply full of a straw man so their supporters can claim that your point &#145;has been refuted by real scientists at ReaClimate.org.&#146;&#148; Shaviv, who calls the website &#147;Wishfulclimate.org&#148; noted that the &#147;writers (at RealClimaet.org) try again and again to concoct what appears to be deep critiques against skeptic arguments, but end up doing a very shallow job. All in the name of saving the world. How gallant of them.&#148;

    As for citing &#147;analysis&#148; by Tim Lambert, you may want to rethink your reliance on Lambert&#146;s embarrassing rants after reading this. Response to Romm, Lambert and other blogs attacks on 650 Scientist Report

    In addition, you link to an analysis of the Senate 650 plus dissenting scientist report and make this bold claim: &#147;58% of the "experts" quoted have no credentials in climate research and only 16% have top-notch credentials.&#148; Once again, you should make sure you verify the information you link to. It appears the analysis you linked to reveals a failure of basic arithmetic.

    The analysis was done by a Professor Steven Dutch of University of Wisconsin &#150; Green Bay. Below is anote I sent to Professor Dutch on February 10, 2009:

    Hi, Professor Dutch,

    Just wanted to drop you a few comments on your
    analysis of the U.S. Senate Minority report of 650 plus scientists dissenting from man-made climate fear claims.

    First off, you claim, &#147;I know what scientists do. I know what it takes to be considered credible in a given scientific field. I know what fields are relevant to a given topic and which are not.&#148;

    Really? As a scientist, can you do simple arithmetic? It appears you failed your first task.

    Your wrote that you &#147;ended up with just over 600 individuals.&#148; Sadly for you, the report has well over 650 scientists on it. But then again, maybe I should just defer to your qualifications instead of actually counting the scientists.

    Your analysis reveals that you reject many physicists, chemists, engineers, meteorologists and many others as not being &#147;qualified&#148; to offer their views on man-made global warming. I wonder if you use the same criteria for the UN IPCC &#147;thousands&#148; of scientists. Are you aware that the man the Associated Press calls a &#147;climatologist&#148;, Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, is an economist and engineer? Do you publicly shout that Pachauri&#146;s view of climate science is not relevant? If so, I would love to see your past statements on him.

    Thanks for taking the time to read this note.

    Sincerely,

    Marc Morano

    End Note to Professor Dutch.

    #

    Marc Morano

    Communications Director

    Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW) Inhofe Staff

    magus (IP-tala skr) 13.1.2010 kl. 03:00

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    SVAR OSKAST SVATLI MINN!

    3) THAD SEM ER SPRENGHLAEGILEGT: SAMANBURDURINN A THER, SVATLI, OG SVO THEIM VISINDAMONNUM SEM EG HEF VISAD HER I, THAR MED NOKKRA IPCC-MENN, OG FYRRVERANDI YFIRMANN HANSEN HJA NASA, OG FLEIRI SEM KOMA FRAM I THESSARI SKYRSLU FRA US SENATE!

    SVARADU EFTIRFARANDI, OG BAETTU VID HVERNIG THIN MENNTUN/REYNSLA STENST SAMANBURD VID THETTA FOLK;

    Hverjir? Hvad eru their ad segja? Afhverju heyrast sjonarmid theirra ekki?

    1) when Dr. Jim Renwick, a top UN IPCC scientist, admitted that climate models do not account for half the variability in nature and thus are not reliable. "Half of the variability in the climate system is not predictable, so we don&#146;t expect to do terrifically well," Renwick conceded. (LINK)

    2) Another high-profile UN IPCC lead author, Dr. Kevin Trenberth, recently echoed Renwick&#146;s sentiments about climate models by referring to them as &#147;story lines.&#148;

    3) IPCC reviewer and climate researcher Dr Vincent Gray, of New Zealand, an expert reviewer on every single draft of the IPCC reports going back to 1990 and author of The Greenhouse Delusion: A Critique of "Climate Change 2001," declared &#147;The claims of the IPCC are dangerous unscientific nonsense&#148; in an April 10, 2007 article. (LINK)

    4) UN scientist Dr. Madhav L. Khandekar, a retired Environment Canada scientist and an expert IPCC reviewer in 2007, explained on August 6, 2007 that the Southern Hemisphere is cooling. &#147;In the Southern Hemisphere, the land-area mean temperature has slowly but surely declined in the last few years.

    5)This is more than sufficient to invalidate global climate models and projections made with them!&#148;- UN IPCC Scientist Dr. Steven M. Japar, a PhD atmospheric chemist who was part of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change&#146;s (IPCC) Second (1995) and Third (2001) Assessment Reports, and has authored 83 peer-reviewed publications and in the areas of climate change, atmospheric chemistry, air pollutions and vehicle emissions.

    6) Hansen embarrassed NASA by coming out with his claims of global warming.&#148; - Retired senior NASA atmospheric scientist Dr. John S. Theon, a former supervisor of NASA&#146;s James Hansen, and the former Chief of the Climate Processes Research Program at NASA Headquarters and former Chief of the Atmospheric Dynamics & Radiation Branch.

    THAD ERU 700 TIL VIDBOTAR.....

    OG RANNSOKNIRNAR MA EINNIG FINNA A VEFSIDUNNI......

    magus (IP-tala skr) 13.1.2010 kl. 03:08

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    SVATLI, SEGDU MER SVO HVERS VEGNA EFTIRFARANDI SKYRSLA (IVANHOE SENATE) ER GREINILEGA HONNUD TIL AD "BLEKKJA ALMENNING"?

    -TALANDI UM VAFASAMAR HEIMILDIR......THA AETTIR THU KANNSKI AD ATHUGA SJALFA SKYRSLUNA, I STAD THESS AD LATAADRA SEGJA THER HVAD ER SAGT/GERT THAR! ????????????( I STAD THESS AD EYDA TIMA I ARASIR A IVANHOE/MORAN: THAD ER TILGANGSLAUST - THAD ER EKKI VITNAD I NEINAR RANNSOKNIR FRA THEIM, THEIR TULKA EKKI NEITT......)

    This Senate report is not a &#147;list&#148; of scientists, but a report that includes full biographies of each scientist and their quotes, papers and links for further reading. The scientists featured in the report express their views in their own words, complete with their intended subtleties and caveats. This Senate report features the names, biographies, academic/institutionalaffiliation, and quotes of literally hundreds of additional international scientists whopublicly dissented from man-made climate fears. This report lists the scientists by name, country of residence, and academic/institutional affiliation. It also features their own words, biographies, and weblinks to their peer reviewed studies, scientific analyses and original source materials as gathered from directly from the scientists or from public statements, news outlets, and websites in 2007, 2008 and 2009. The distinguished scientists featured in this new report are experts in diverse fields, including: climatology; geology; biology; glaciology; biogeography; meteorology; oceanography; economics; chemistry; mathematics; environmental sciences; astrophysics,engineering; physics and paleoclimatology. Some of those profiled have won Nobel Prizesfor their outstanding contribution to their field of expertise and many shared a portion of the UN IPCC Nobel Peace Prize with Vice President Gore. Additionally, these scientists hail from prestigious institutions worldwide, including: Harvard University; NASA; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR); Massachusetts Institute of Technology; the UN IPCC;

    magus (IP-tala skr) 13.1.2010 kl. 04:42

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    verur a athuga vel hvaan fr heimildir, etta er ekki a sem hgt er a kalla marktk heimild. Mr snist eini tilgangur essarar su Inhofe vera a blekkja flk. Ein afer vi a er a taka or manna r samhengi eim tilgangi a plata flk, a virist takast a einhverju leiti hj honum arna, ef marka m a a hefur lti blekkjast magus." Svatli

    Gleymdi ad hafa thetta med sidustu athugasemd.....og ja, hvad er tekid ur samhengi, hvar?

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