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Global Warming To Bring Colder/Warmer Winters

There are 6 comments on the NorCalBlogs story from Feb 8, 2013, titled Global Warming To Bring Colder/Warmer Winters. In it, NorCalBlogs reports that:

It seems that every time we get some snow, another "scientist" is wheeled out to explain that, no matter how cold it gets, it is all down to global warming.

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SpaceBlues

United States

#1 Feb 8, 2013
Guess what? The nonsense is from the 'thony's trash.

Keep your peace by not reading it.
PHD

Cibolo, TX

#2 Feb 9, 2013
Hold on spaced out spacedoutblues (another "scientist" is wheeled out) you do agree itÂ’s another scientific science fiction scare tactic?

Since: Jan 13

Fairfax, VA

#3 Feb 11, 2013
This is the type of things I read JPL

Source: NewScientist; January 19, 2013 The Rise in extreme weather is a sign of things to come.

US: The New Dust Bowl
The US is experiencing one of its worst droughts in a century. About 60% of the country is affected. In 2012, a quarter of the corn crop was lost.
2012 was also the hottest year on record in the US. The US provides about half of the world's corn and much of its grain. Per the US Department of Agriculture, the 2012 grain loss means global food prices will rise by 3-4% in 2013, even if the drought abates.
That is not predicted to happen...

Asia: Record low and Storms of Snows
Much of Asia has been freezing since the end of November....
Normally, winters in the northern hemisphere are dominated by westerly winds, driven by the temperature gradient between the warm equator and the cold North Pole. But as the Arctic sea ice retreats, the polar ocean warms faster and the westerlies are weakened. This allows cold air to spill out of the Arctic and into Eurasia.

[note the same mechanism is what is causing the current cold spell here in the US]

Brazil: Drought threatens power

The northeast of Brazil is going though its worst drought in decades. Brazil depends on hydroelectricity to meet 29% of its energy needs; and ethanol biofuels accounts for about 11%. This makes Brazil's energy supply sensitive to climate change.... Biofuel is most vulnerable as river flows are predicted to shrink .
PHD

Cibolo, TX

#4 Feb 12, 2013
Wallop10 wrote:
This is the type of things I read JPL
Source: NewScientist; January 19, 2013 The Rise in extreme weather is a sign of things to come.
US: The New Dust Bowl
The US is experiencing one of its worst droughts in a century. About 60% of the country is affected. In 2012, a quarter of the corn crop was lost.
2012 was also the hottest year on record in the US. The US provides about half of the world's corn and much of its grain. Per the US Department of Agriculture, the 2012 grain loss means global food prices will rise by 3-4% in 2013, even if the drought abates.
That is not predicted to happen...
Asia: Record low and Storms of Snows
Much of Asia has been freezing since the end of November....
Normally, winters in the northern hemisphere are dominated by westerly winds, driven by the temperature gradient between the warm equator and the cold North Pole. But as the Arctic sea ice retreats, the polar ocean warms faster and the westerlies are weakened. This allows cold air to spill out of the Arctic and into Eurasia.
[note the same mechanism is what is causing the current cold spell here in the US]
Brazil: Drought threatens power
The northeast of Brazil is going though its worst drought in decades. Brazil depends on hydroelectricity to meet 29% of its energy needs; and ethanol biofuels accounts for about 11%. This makes Brazil's energy supply sensitive to climate change.... Biofuel is most vulnerable as river flows are predicted to shrink .
More BS from the walloped commander TROLL!!

Since: Jan 13

Fairfax, VA

#5 Feb 12, 2013
Troll PennyHD ignored.
PHD

Cibolo, TX

#6 Feb 13, 2013
Wallop10 wrote:
Troll PennyHD ignored.
More BS from the commander TROLL.

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