China records coldest temperature in 28 years; ice and snow disrupt traffic
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#1 Jan 5, 2013
That splash on the plasma screen could possibly be a new galaxy...or a squished bug....dark matter
#2 Jan 5, 2013
They would like us to believe that the coldest winter on record for 28 years across the northern hemisphere is proof of global warming.
50 years ago a cold winter like this would have had the media leaping up and down announcing the coming of the next ice age.
Isn't it wonderful how the injection of billions of dollars worth of funding from taxpayers and very little research has reversed the thinking of scientists and governments over the last 25 years?
#3 Jan 5, 2013
From the article:
The national meteorological administration said China is seeing dropping temperatures partly because of south-moving polar cold fronts, caused by melting polar ice from global warming.
& so tis true. In 2009, warm fronts, powered into the Arctic by excess GHGs atmospheric energy, & strongly warmed Arctic sea ices so much that for ELEVEN DAYS, THOSE ICES REDUCED IN THEIR SQUARE KILOMETER COVERAGE. Simultaneously, those warm fronts drove cold Arctic air south to Canada & the U.S. strongly. The state of Maine, USA, set its all time coldest recorded temperature of -46degC(-50degF). The Arctic cold was driven further south setting cold records in Mexico & deeper south into Centra America.
My reports in past topix AGW threads of that period, confirm those events.
Yes, presently, while China is desperately cold, the North Pole & the entire Arctic down to the 80th parallel, days before, was 7 to 10degC warmer than normal, & again, Arctic sea ice freezing has not only come to a stop, but has lost sea ice area.
Again, my present reports in topix AGW threads, confirm these NOT coincidental, but interlinked events.
#4 Jan 7, 2013
As mentioned above, China continues to set record cold temperatures, resulting from continuing strong warm fronts thrusting into the North Pole region. AVERAGE arctic temperatures above the 80th parallel have pinnacled twice to 11 degC warmer than normal, as the warm fronts have shoved Arctic cold onto China.
#5 Jan 7, 2013
Presently, temperatures above the 80th parallel are 13 degC above average, as warm fronts move into the region, pushing cold Arctic air south.
#6 Jan 8, 2013
Presently, temperatures above the 80th parallel are almost 14 degC above average, as warm fronts move into the region, pushing cold Arctic air south.
#7 Feb 3, 2013
Presently, temperatures above the 80th parallel are average for the last 3 days. Previously tho, temperatures above the 80th parallel were 2-14deg C above normal....... since Dec. 20, 2012. Often the AGW enhanced warm fronts from the south, pushing hard into the Arctic region, pushed cold Arctic air, which has been in complete darkness for 4+ months, to the south, setting many low temperature records.
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