Brrrrrr! It’s Getting Colder, Baby!

So, let’s see: I check ye olde Weather Channel for the ten day forecasts, and it looks like Raleigh, Washington, D.C., and the town in Joisey where my ‘rentals live, and low and behold, they are going to mostly be at or below the average highs. How can that possibly be happening?

A new satellite predicts at least 23 years of global cooling

Several Canadian environmental scientists agree that the new Jason satellite indicates at least a 23-year cycle of global cooling ahead. Count me in!

This oceanographic satellite shows a much larger than normal persistent Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO). Cooler PDO phases usually last 21 to 25 years, so we should be quite chilly as a planet until at least 2030, maybe longer.

Remember, I have another cycle of intense global warming, as I mentioned at our March 2, 2007 climate seminar at the Coeur d’Alene Resort, due by 2031 to 2038, when all of my major cycles ‘collide in chaos.’

These alternating natural climatic cycles defy the so-called “climate consensus” that human-emitted carbon dioxide was responsible totally for the recent cycle of global warming that began in the late 1970s and peaked in 1998.

The Earth’s previous warming phase from 1915 through 1939, which peaked in 1936 during the infamous Dust Bowl Days, was almost as warm as the recent cycle of global warming. Yes, I said, global warming. I’m a firm believer in frequent climate changes. I also favor cutting down sharply on air pollution, particularly in the urban ‘heat islands.’

Say it ain’t so, Cliff! Global warming as pretty much completely a state of natural variables. Expect the Climahysterics to attack you personally, bub, and make insane arguments.

And, yes, I agree that we were going thru global warming, mostly natural. I think we should deal with air pollution, as well as land and water pollution. Let’s do something about landfills, one of the biggest outputters of methane, a dangerous greenhouse gas.

H/T QandO

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2 Responses to “Brrrrrr! It’s Getting Colder, Baby!”

  1. Bob Mainhart says:

    “Let’s do something about landfills, one of the biggest outputters of methane, a dangerous greenhouse gas.”

    The company operating several landfills here in western PA have developed methane capture systems and are burning it to generate electricity. It’s a good start.
    Several other companies have built “co-generation” plants that produce power and industrial steam using coal waste harvested from old coal mining refuse piles. The removal of the coal refuse allows land to be reclaimed and reduces acid mine drainage into the region’s river system.
    What I find fascinating about all this is these companies are doing their part to improve the environment, but they are doing so in the interest of turning a profit. Imagine that.

  2. Silke says:

    Teach said: And, yes, I agree that we were going thru global warming, mostly natural.

    But what is the “mostly natural” cause? You need to provide a specific cause (i.e. we are significantly closer to the sun, the sun’s output has increased substantially, etc.) and provide the evidence for it.

    Also, since you agree that greenhouse gas emissions affect the climate why is it you don’t believe CO2 is having an effect? Yes methane is 21 more times effective at trapping heat than CO2, but there is far less of it in the atmosphere. CO2 accounts for around 85 percent of America’s greenhouse gas emissions versus 8 percent for methane. And methane’s atmospheric lifetime is 12 years versus between 50 and 200 years for carbon dioxide.

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