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It takes two for tango, and it’s better if the musicians playing a tango at the same time…. is it possible that politians and left-media at last realise that true fact(music) is to be taken seriously if the dancing contenders(read politians/journalists and so called experts) have intention to score in the long run…… 😉

Remember When the fox counts the chickens, Norah4you august 2010 ? The instruments presenting CO2-figures close to vulcanos have been placed there by vulcanoscholars trying to be able to send alarm for next eruption…… vulcanos always leak CO2. More close to eruptions and/or changes in the inner-presure (due to movements in tectonical plates) but still leaking years after years in internity after last eruption…..

Watts Up With That?

Story submitted by Eric Worrall

Antarctica continues to defy the global warming script, with a report from Meteo France, that June this year was the coldest Antarctic June ever recorded, at the French Antarctic Dumont d’Urville Station.

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Whenever politians belive they need more money, they ”find” (read invent) a necessary need preferly of alarmist-dimension in order to get the money they want as well as the media publicity! 🙂

Watts Up With That?

lemmings[1]Guest essay by Charles Battig

Shakespeare’s Hamlet pondered the eternal conundrum of competing choices. His “Aye, there’s the rub” nicely summarizes the conflicts inherent in the present socio/political/scientific arena of climate discussions.

Years of relentless doomsday prognostications by a variety of public voices spanning the political-scientific spectrum have found their mark in a gullible and guilt-prone public. There is a Medusa-like quality in the serpentine web of doomsday prophets, including members of the Club of Rome, Paul Ehrlich’s “Population Bomb,” and the current White House science advisor, John Holdren. Al Gore came to discover “Inconvenient Truths,” later found to be not so truthful.

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Facts are true, fiction isn’t
Fact is that in 1060’s a son of a Norwegian King sailed together with priests to Greenland using the northern route which at that time had been open since 980 AD. They became stranded on eastern coast of Greenland north today’s Illoqqorttoormiut due to a storm. It took more than a year before respresentants from Papal Chruch found them. It seems as if they had lived some months.

I take it that the National Climate Assessment’s so called experts aren’t aware that Greenland isn’t one but at least two islands and the strait between the northern island and main inhabited Greenland still lies under more than 100 meter glaciar ice mainly caused by eruptions on Iceland (and Greenland) in 1341 on forward causing the earlier temperature, between +1 to +4 C more than today, to fall drasticly.

Watts Up With That?

by E. Calvin Beisner and J.C. Keister

How fast are Greenland and Antarctica losing ice?

If you trust the National Climate Assessment (NCA), you’ll think, “Very fast!” And that’s intentional. The aim is to provoke fear so the American public will support the Obama administration’s aim to spend $Trillions fighting global warming.

Here’s how the NCA (in Appendix 4, FAQ-L) depicts the rate of loss from the ice sheets covering Greenland and Antarctica:

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