Bill Nye the not so science guy made a big mistake on June 15, 2015 when he stated that the floods in Texas, the warmth and fires in Alaska were due to climate change.
Bill floods Texas. Alaska is on fire. Just a little global warming & climate change. Nothing to worry about… pic.twitter.com/l2qAaiytE6
— Bill Nye (@BillNye) June 16, 2015
Even global warming believer meteorologist David Tolleris of WeatherRisk.com told Nye that he was wrong.
— WXRISK.COM (@WXRISKCOM) June 16, 2015
@BillNye Bill as big fan I have to say you are 100000% wrong here. Neither event has ANYTHING to do with GW. Please stop posting this crap
— WXRISK.COM (@WXRISKCOM) June 16, 2015
Our fellow skeptic friend, meteorologist Joe Bastardi also weighed in.
— Joe Bastardi (@BigJoeBastardi) June 16, 2015
And yet, another well known meteorologist and fellow skeptic, James Spann from ABC 33/40 in Birmingham, Alabama let Nye have it…
— James Spann (@spann) June 16, 2015
The lettuce E. Coli Outbreak in the United States has now killed over 200 people, with five dying this past week, according to reports. Just the other day, two people alone died in Minnesota, one died in California, one in New York, and one in Arkansas.
It is the worst E. Coli outbreak in over a decade. It has spread through 36 states and even into parts of British Columbia, Canada.
Many grocery store chains, such as Kroger have recalled their lettuce due to the pandemic.
The map below from the CDC shows the 36 states affected by the outbreak, and it shows the number of people in each state affected.
It is time to start growing your own food now. Disease, plagues, viruses, epidemics, and pandemics are on the rise. Famine is upon us. Take whatever steps are necessary to survive and thrive in the future…
June 3, 2018: The Arctic sea ice volume (thickness) has been in the 2004-2013 average range all year. However, today, it is now officially on the 2004-2013 average line.
So much for it melting Al Gore!
It was in the 50s this morning at my house this morning in Northern, VA. It is currently 60°F at 12:37 PM today.
Winchester, VA is about 20 miles west of my house. It isn’t much warmer there either. Temperatures are supposed to be 5 to 10 degrees F below average for the next week or two.
Europe is going to see a lot of different temperature departures this summer. It will be a very odd setup between June and August; cooler than normal in the East and West, but warmer than normal in the middle.
Precipitation should be right around normal, but there will be extremes between lots of heavy and excessive rain, which will cause massive flooding (especially in the south) to a period of drought this summer.
Climatologist Dr. Roy Spencer just released the 2018 global temperature report for May 2018. May 2018 was only 0.18 degrees Celsius above baseline average in the period 1981-2010.
According to the data, temperatures have FALLEN nearly 0.59 degrees Celsius since February 2016! I predicted that the temperatures would continue falling last April, in which my prediction was right.
Global temperatures should continue to fall as we descend into the next Grand Solar Minimum. The latest modeling by me shows that we should be back at baseline average between September 2020 to September 2023. After we reach baseline, temperatures should plummet
Data from the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) shows that the Arctic Sea Ice thickness (volume) is the highest it has been in five years, and surpassing 2014.
So much for the “melting” Arctic. Every time they say it is going to melt, it never does. It is one failed prediction after another from climate alarmists.
In the United States, the jet stream usually has a pattern similar to the one shown above. The only difference between that setup and the jet stream pattern we see during the Maunder Minimum is the fact that the jet stream tends to expand further southward into Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida. Since 2014, we have seen a lot of this setup.
During a Grand Solar Minimum, we tend to see a global temperature pattern similar to the one shown below. The image below represents the temperature pattern observed during the Maunder Minimum (1600-1850).
Due to solar output and shifts in the Earth’s poles and magnetic field, we tend to see a warmer than normal Alaska, a warmer Bering Sea, a warmer North Atlantic Ocean, Southern tip of Greenland, and we also tend to see a slightly warmer than normal Arctic. Overall, though, the world is about 1°C to 2°C colder than today.
The most noticeable cold spots where temperatures were between 0.35°C to 0.7°C colder than normal were in Central and Eastern Canada, the Eastern 2/3 of the United States, Morocco, Siberia, Germany, and Denmark. Let’s compare that to what we have been recently seeing.
This temperature setup that we are currently seeing lines up almost perfectly with a typical Grand Solar Minimum setup.
As the sun changes cycles, we can expect an even clearer depiction of the temperature anomalies matching up.
Climate science is a simple science, the climate is influenced mostly by the sun, and other small things such as gravitational pulls, wind patterns and ocean circulation. HUMANS are NOT a driver of climate. Sorry Al Gore.