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Five snowiest winters on record in the last 10 years

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But the global-warming con job rolls on.

If this coming winter is as “good” as last winter, we could be looking at all time record snowfall in the Northern Hemisphere, says reader Argiris Diamantis.


“If this happens, says Argiris, the Arctic ice could be above average at the peak of the winter, as it was in 2003 or even more!”

Thanks to Argiris Diamantis for this link

8 thoughts on “Five snowiest winters on record in the last 10 years”

  1. I live with a confirmed AGW warmist (which can be very frustrating) who slowly and carefully explains that the warming oceans cause the jet stream to change and put more moisture into the air which causes the high snow cover – and if it was really getting colder there would be less snow because it would be too cold to snow – so more snow equals warming – I keep asking “when is it going to get warmer? If it is global warming it must be getting warmer overall, mustent it?” Don’t understand how the converts can’t see that they are making no sense. But, everyone who disagrees with them either wears tinfoil hats, is too old and no longer understands the science (that toward people who have been experts in their field for 30 years or more) or are being paid by “big oil and coal” to lie. Religon is a tough thing to combat.

  2. bare minimum reporting on any of it..usually only when someone/a few dies does it rate a brief mention.
    msm wont run any of the info re much higher death rates and as bad destruction on the same town in p- pines as theyre gushing co2 to blame over now..from the 1800s and onwards.
    place has been flattened totally many times.

    1. The predictions of Abdussamatov about 2014 may have started to happen,
      “… The tendency of decrease in the global Earth temperature started in 2006–2008 will temporarily pause in 2010–2012. The increase in TSI within a short 11-year cycle 24 is expected to temporarily compensate the decrease in TSI within the ongoing 2-century variation. Only the decrease in TSI within the ongoing 11-year cycle 24 accompanied by continued decrease of its 2-century component in 2013–2015 will lead to stable subsequent cooling of our planet, which is expected to reach its minimum in the phase of a deep cooling by 2055–2060 ± 11 (Abdussamatov H.I. Bulletin of the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory. 2007. 103. No. 4. p. 292–298). The cooling can be similar to the one observed in the whole Europe, North America and Greenland in 1645–1715 in the period of Maunder minimum of solar luminosity and sunspot activity when the temperature will fall by 1–1.5 Celsius degrees down to the mark of the so-called Maunder minimum …”

      but we’re still close to solar max and positive AMO.
      I’m expecting 2015 and the following years to be even more interesting.
      The first Livingston-Penn report was predicting the collapse of sunspots for 2015, and they were denied publication because their predictions were “too radical”.
      The truth, in our times of generalized pseudo-science, means “radicalism”.

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