The Problem with terminology There is some confusion about the way we talk about global warming. Most of this confusion arises during the communication of science to the public or to policy makers. Part of this confusion rests within the science itself; There is no meaningful confusion about the nature of global warming or how it is observed, but there are some terminological glitches of the kind that arise in science all the time, and that rarely matter to the science itself. The most commonly used indicator of global warming is a graph that is meant to show the effects of global warming over time. This may be by decade, yearly, or monthly, or using a moving average using a period such as 12-months or some other time period. This is an example: NASA GISS TEMP ANOMALY 1880-PRESENT The vertical axis is temperature anomaly, the standard way scientists measure changes in heat over time. Each data point is calculated from thousands of roughly head-height thermometers across the … [Read more...] about What does “Global Warming” mean?
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A newly published study has identified changes in precipitation patterns in the US Northeast, which are likely caused by human pollution of the atmosphere with greenhouse gasses, which has resulted in global warming. According to the study, there has been an increase in extreme precipitation events, and an increase in the clumping across time of precipitation, with longer or more intense rainy periods, and longer dry periods. Generally, climate and weather watchers have noticed that arid regions are drier, wetter regions are wetter, and many feel this is a consequence of global warming. Increased temperatures may increase the intensity of precipitation; this is a matter of physics. As air temperature increase, the air is able to hold more water, and this increase is not linear; a little more heat means a lot more moisture. Also, the overall pattern of movement of air currents seems to be affecting the distribution of precipitation. For example, the main jet stream that influences … [Read more...] about Global Warming Changing Weather in the US Northeast
Monday, October 22, 2018 by: Ethan Huff Tags: Airplanes, atmosphere, badclimate, badpollution, badscience, chemtrails, climate alarmists, climate change, climate fanatics, climate lunatics, conspiracy, dangerous chemicals, geoengineering, global warming, International Panel on Climate Change, IPCC, junk science, Libtards, lunancy, solar geoengineering, Spraying, sulfur clouds, tampering with nature, volcano (Natural News) An international panel of climate scientists is reportedly calling on the nations of the world to take “unprecedented” new steps to address man-made global warming, including by blanketing the skies in chemical aerosols. Better known among truth-seekers as “chemtrails,” aerosol spraying purportedly has the potential to create a massive “heat shield” to protect the globe from the sun’s ultraviolet rays, which in turn will help to keep it “cool,” according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change … [Read more...] about Amid IPCC climate alarmism report, scientists are now calling for CHEMTRAIL spraying to stop “global warming”
John Gallagher Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EDT Sep 7, 2018 There seems to be an attitude in some parts around here that Detroit will emerge as one of the few winners from global warming and climate change. As this thinking goes, Detroit today has a temperate climate with an often tough winter, and that will simply moderate somewhat as the climate warms. For example, a recent New York Times analysis predicted that Detroit, which experienced about nine days of 90 degrees or warmer in 1960, may see 19 such hot days by 2040. That's not so bad compared to Phoenix in the desert southwest that may swelter through 177 days of 90 or above. Then, too, Detroit is situated at about 600 feet above sea level, so we don’t need to worry about the oceans flooding in as do folks in Miami or Galveston. And touched by four of the five Great Lakes, Michigan enjoys easy access to the world’s greatest supply of fresh water. "It’s the Saudi Arabia of fresh water!" wrote … [Read more...] about Global warming in Michigan: What should state expect?
Thursday, August 16, 2018 by: Lance D Johnson Tags: Al Gore, badscience, brainwashing, carbon dioxide, carbon tax, cherry-picked data, climate alarmism, climate science, conspiracy theory, data mining, discernment, Fact-checking, fake news, global warming, globalist agenda, globalists, liberal narrative, mind control, ministry of propaganda, population control, propaganda, scientific concensus, skepticism, technocrats, thought control, wikipedia brainwashing, YouTube (Natural News) A modern day Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda has begun a “fact checking” mission online to stop people from thinking for themselves. Just as Joseph Goebbels ran propaganda for Germany in the 1930’s and 1940’s, now there is a modern day cabal of technocrats and central planners who seek the public’s subservience to their beliefs. YouTube is now adding “fact checks” to videos that question the man-made global warming scare narrative. These … [Read more...] about YouTube to start “correcting” climate change skepticism videos with pop-up “facts” that push man-made global warming theory