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Debunking The Man-Made Global Warming Myth Consensus

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On 18/05/2019 at 2:02 PM, cobran20 said:

You can find other photos with more. In any case, it is May, it is unusual, it is Greece  ... and it is more of the ever disappearing powdery stuff.

Can I? What about you find you find the mythical photos?

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2 hours ago, staringclown said:

Can I? What about you find you find the mythical photos?

Here are some I quickly found from earlier in the month of May (mid spring in other words):

Greece’s weather gone crazy: Snow falls in May (video, picts)

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The weather in Greece has obviously gone crazy. Beginning of May and some landscapes in the country look as if they are still in January. Heavy snowfalls were recorded in North-Western Greece on Tuesday morning in Nymphaio by Florina in West Macedonia and some mountainous villages by Ioannina or by Metsovo in Epirus.

 

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The buttf*ck place across the ditch is now getting below normal temps, including that ever disappearing white powdery stuff

Weather: 'Cold snap' brings -9C temperatures to New Zealand

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New Zealand is going through freezing period as a "cold snap" strikes with strong winds, snow and showers....

..."Parts of northern Southland and central Otago do have a chance of single-digit daytime highs on Sunday, which is below average."...

 

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The buttf*ck city on our west coast has seen its coldest pair of May mornings in over 100 years of records, including frost

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On 20/05/2019 at 0:15 PM, cobran20 said:

The buttf*ck city on our west coast has seen its coldest pair of May mornings in over 100 years of records, including frost

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I doubt that two frosty mornings outweigh a mean temperature 1.5 degrees above average for the state.

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Western Australia in April 2019: above average temperatures 

Rainfall in April 2019 was mixed, with above average rainfall in the far western Pilbara and inland Gascoyne, and near average to below average rainfall for the reminder of Western Australia. Mean maximum temperatures were mostly above average except for the State's southwest. Mean minimum temperatures were mostly above average with below average mean minima in the far southwest corner. Both mean maximum and minimum temperatures were above average for the State as a whole.

Above average rainfall in the northwest 

  • Monthly rainfall was mixed: above average rainfall in the far western Pilbara and inland Gascoyne, near average or below average rainfall for the reminder
  • Rainfall was 14 % below April average for WA as a whole, though it was wettest than April 2018
  • It was a dry 'wet season' (October 2018-April 2019) for much of the Kimberley and Pilbara districts; three tropical cyclones formed in the WA region late in the season with tropical cyclones Savannah and Veronica developed in March, followed by  Wallace in April,  and only Veronica tracked close to the coast and  brought significant falls along the Pilbara coastal areas
  • A monsoon trough with embedded tropical cyclone Wallace and a tropical low produced moderate rainfall to the Kimberley and Pilbara coasts in the first half of April; Kito Station had its wettest April day on the 13th
  • A cloudband followed by a cold front produced moderate rainfall and localised heavy falls over inland western and southern WA between the 12th and 15th; a number of sites in the Gascoyne and southern Pilbara broke their April daily rainfall records and several sites had their wettest April for more than 20 years as a result
  • The first strong cold front of the season produced moderate rainfall and small hail to the State's southwest on the 19th and 20th; Bluff Knoll in the Stirling Ranges reported snow on the 19th, which was one of its earliest dates for snow fall (the earliest sighted date was 20 April 1970) 

Above average daytime temperatures 

  • The mean maximum temperature for WA was 1.58 °C above average, which was the thirteenth-highest on record for April
  • The mean minimum temperature for WA was 1.01 °C above average, which was the fifteenth-highest on record for April
  • It was a very hot 'wet season', and maximum and minimum temperatures were very much above average across most of the Kimberley and Pilbara districts
  • A number of late season heatwave events occurred early in the month in the northwestern and southern WA; several sites in the Eucla, Gascoyne, the South West Land Division (SWLD) and Goldfields had their highest April temperature on record , and it was the first occurrence with temperature over 40 °C in April for Eyre (41.5 °C on the 4th) and Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport (40.1 °C on the 11th)
  • A strong cold front followed by an airmass from deep south led to wet and cold conditions in the southern WA between the 19th and 21st, with many new records set for coldest April day and coldest April night 
  • A daily maximum temperature of 9.4 °C on the 19th at Rocky Gully (South Coastal district) was also the State's new record for lowest April maximum temperature; previous record was 10.0 °C (at Manjimup on 20 April 1970 and at Mount Barker on 12 April 1955)
  • Record warm nights were on the 1st in the SWLD with daily minima in the low 20s, also on the 10th and 11th in inland Gascoyne and Goldfields with daily minima in the mid-to-high 20s 
  • A number of sites in the Kimberley experienced very warm nights with daily minims in the high 20s between the 5th and 10th, which was their new April record; a minimum of 30.0 °C at Halls Creek Airport's on the 9th was Halls Creek town's highest April minimum temperature on record (previous record was 28.7 °C on 14 April 1961 at Halls Creek MO), and it is also the national highest minimum of the month

 

 

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2 hours ago, staringclown said:

But to me it is just normal weather that fluctuates as has happened before (using non homogenised data that is). But to the globull warmists who told us no more snow and other BS, it is totally inconsistent with their melting forecasts, and more records showing up to the downside:

Coldest May in Italy since 1957

With cool weather continuing this week, this May could be one of the coolest on record

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43 minutes ago, cobran20 said:

But to me it is just normal weather that fluctuates as has happened before (using non homogenised data that is). But to the globull warmists who told us no more snow and other BS, it is totally inconsistent with their melting forecasts, and more records showing up to the downside:

Coldest May in Italy since 1957

With cool weather continuing this week, this May could be one of the coolest on record

Well that's because you're a bloody fool. And you're a liar when you pitch two frosty mornings as something extraordinary when weighed against the mean temp of 1.5 above the average. Normal is it? 

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8 hours ago, staringclown said:

Well that's because you're a bloody fool. And you're a liar when you pitch two frosty mornings as something extraordinary when weighed against the mean temp of 1.5 above the average. Normal is it? 

Rather be called a fool than a fraud. Where is the disappeared snow, sinking Maldives, etc? Why are we getting record cold weather so long after they forecasted nothing but ever warming climate? The multi billion tax industry based on erroneous science that has not produced any accurate forecasts of the tragedies the earth would face. Interesting to note that one of the left's favourite shrill media outlets is upping the ante to try to scare the sheeple into swallowing the BS a bit further. I was pleased that Labor/Greens put globull warming as a major issue at last Saturday's election and the electorate prioritised it accordingly.

And about that science where method & data is irrefutable, here is yet another climate scientist questioning the BS.

When the frosts begin to kill the harvests, what will the excuse be this time?

 

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Close to summer in the northern hemisphere and more  buttf*ck places getting dumped with the ever disappearing white powder

SNOW IN MAY? Unusual weather has Mt. Charleston prepping for a snowy Memorial Day

and our mild spring is finishing off nicely:

Antarctic air blast to drop temperatures even further and bring up to 40cm of snow

Canberra shivers through coldest May day in 19 years

We should collect the extinct snow and send it to the Dept of Settled Science and request and explanation on why there so much of it!

and not to be outdone, the shrills have started yet another scare campaign:

Rising seas threaten Australia’s major airports – and it may be happening faster than we think

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...In fact, some of the top climate scientists now believe global sea-level rise of over two metres by 2100 is likely under our current trajectory of high carbon emissions....

The shrills have become clever. Their forecasts now use dates long into the future when everybody will be long dead to confirm they were wrong. Much better than the < 30 years forecasts where they've ended up wearing egg on their face for false predictions.

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buttf*ck place identified across the ditch

Motorists left stranded in freezing temperatures as winter batters NZ

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...The Mt Ruapehu ski spot experienced real snow on its opening day according to Whakapapa General Manager Jono Dean.

"We don't normally get natural snow fall and are completely dependent on the snow factory. We have been very lucky that mother nature delivered snow overnight"...

 

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I hope Al Gore is staying in an expensive, taxpayer funded boat in FNQ, keeping himself warm with fossil fuel powered energy.

Otherwise he may be facing a real Inconvenient Truth. :P

Queensland freezes as mercury plummets below zero

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QUEENSLANDERS have endured another extremely cold morning as the temperature dropped below OC in the Darling Downs and Granite Belt and the Maranoa and Warrego forecast districts.

 

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Another little gem of a prediction from 2012, found in the  vault of history...

Enjoy snow now . . . by 2020, it'll be gone

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ENVIRONMENTAL researchers say the end of Australia's ski culture is in sight, despite Victoria and NSW experiencing one of their best snow seasons in almost a decade.
People were still shredding up powder last weekend at some of Australia's top ski resorts, but Griffith associate professor Catherine Pickering says snow is rapidly disappearing because of global warming and by 2020 Australia may not have any left.

"We've predicted by 2020 to lose something like 60 per cent of the snow cover of the Australian Alps," Professor Pickering, from the Griffith School of Environment, said.

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"Unfortunately because our current emissions and our current rises in temperatures are at the high end of the predictions, it's definitely coming to us sooner and faster."

Professor Pickering researched the effects of declining snow cover and hotter summers on the Australian Alps and says this year's better than average season has been a one-off combination of La Nina and a cold snap.

"We'll still occasionally have good years, but they'll become less frequent," she said. "A poor year in the past will be a good year now."

The research covered all Victoria and NSW ski resorts and Professor Pickering says the alpine region is most threatened by climate change, with an increasing threat to endemic and endangered mountain species as well as plants because of early thaws.

Ski resorts will have to rely heavily on snow machines, she said, which was not sustainable.

"Ski resorts will have to increase snow making . . . which is limiting in cost and water," she said. "Because we don't have very high mountains . . . we don't have large water catchments above our resorts. In a few years, the amount of water that ski resorts will need to make snow is going to exceed the amount of water that's used by Canberra."

Professor Pickering said because of rising costs and diminishing snow coverage, Australian skiers would go overseas to Europe or the US.

Italian ski instructor Rene Crazzolara, who spends seven months a year at Thredbo, NSW, says Australia's poor seasons are not to do with global warming, but our low altitude when compared with European terrain: "Europe has generally better skiing because it has higher mountains. It's not global warming, it's altitude."

Considering it is 2019 and the ski fields opened early due to the early snowfalls, what are the chances of zero snow next year?!!

That good professor must be funded by the Dept of Settled Science.

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