“We are plunging now into a deep mini ice age,” says British astrophysicist Piers Corbyn, “and there is no way out”.
For the next 20 years it’s going to get colder and colder, on average, says Corbyn who holds a B.Sc. in Physics and an M.Sc. in Astrophysics. The jet stream will be wilder: there will be more wild temperature changes, more hail events, more earthquakes, more extreme volcano events, more snow in winters, lousy summers, late springs, short autumns, and more and more crop failures.
“The fact is the sun rules the sea temperature, and the sea temperature rules the climate,” explains Corbyn.
“What we have happening now is the start of the mini ice age … it began around 2013. It’s a slow start, and now the rate of moving into the mini ice age is accelerating.
“The best thing to do now is to tell your politicians to stop believing nonsense,” concludes Corbyn.
I am glad that you are having a beautiful autumn in New England.
Across the drier American West (Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington State, and Wyoming), we are dealing with natural wildfires complicated by decades of catastrophic extreme environmentalist interference to fight natural fires, prohibit controlled burning and let dead biomass accumulate for decades. People have built towns and homes close to or in forests. On top of that, pine and spruce trees naturally grow too close together. See photo below of trees in Yellowstone National Park as it recovers from wildfires. Extreme environmentalists in Australia are doing the same. See Viv Forbes’ articles, click here. Why is this happening?
Blade waste, other factors prove wind is no more green than solar
By Duggan Flanakin
Environmentalists and wind energy opportunists (entrepreneurs who take advantage of overly generous tax credits and multiple other subsidies) want you to believe wind energy is as pure “green” as newly driven snow is white, and as cheap as Taco Bell.
News has come from the Duluth office of the National Weather Service that both International Falls & Hibbing broke their records for low temperatures on the morning of September 17. The Falls got to 23°, breaking the old record of 24° set in 1959, and Hibbing to 24°. We shouldn’t be surprised because the Canadian prairies have been cooling for decades now. Also, President Trump, while in California on September 14, had predicted cooling, saying “It’ll start getting cooler. You just watch.” Three days later a new cold record is set at the iconic International Falls weather station. Either President Trump actually has some control of the weather or he is getting very good advice. Continue reading “A New Cold Record set at International Falls: Should we be Surprised?”
Real goal is to avoid responsibility for policies, and increase control over energy, lives, property
By Paul Driessen
In what has become an annual summer tragedy, wildfires are again destroying western US forests. Millions of acres and millions of animals have been incinerated, hundreds of homes reduced to ash and rubble, dozens of parents and children killed, and many more people left missing, injured or burned.
Air quality across wide regions and entire states is so bad people are told to stay indoors, where many have hibernated for months because of the coronavirus, but indoor air is also contaminated. Acrid smoke and soot have been carried to Chicago and beyond. Firefighters are profiles in courage, as they battle the blazes for days on end, while all too many politicians are displaying profiles in opportunism. Continue reading “‘Climate arson’ and Other Wildfire Nonsense”
They also heat the planet, blanket wildlife habitats and cause other ecological damage.
By Duggan Flanakin
The problem of solar panel waste is now becoming evident. As environmental journalist Emily Folk admits in Renewable Energy Magazine, “when talking about renewable energy, the topic of waste does not often appear.” She attributes this to the supposed “pressures of climate change” and alleged “urgency to find alternative energy sources,” saying people may thus be hesitant to discuss “possible negative impacts of renewable energy.” Continue reading “Solar Panels Generate Mountains of Waste”
Venus is named after the ancient Roman Goddess of love and beauty, also called Aphrodite by the Ancient Greeks. Presumably, the “love and beauty” term came from the fact that Venus is the brightest of all the planets in the night sky.
Solar energy is very dilute, so solar collectors usually cover huge areas of flat arable land, stealing farmland, starving wild herbs and grasses of sunlight and creating “Solar Deserts”.
Wind turbines steal energy from winds which often bring moisture from the ocean. These walls of turbines then create rain shadows, producing more rain near the turbines and more droughts down-wind. Turbines work best along ridge lines where eagles also seek thermals, so birds and bats get chopped up by these whirling scythes. They also annoy neighbours with noise and increase bushfire risk. Continue reading “Not So Green”