It takes months to fully clear winter’s snow at Glacier National Park’s Going-to-the-Sun Road, located in northern Montana, and the last big hurdle is an area known as ‘Big Drift’ where the pack reaches 40-80 ft annually. The pack is at the higher-end of that range this year, but as weather.com and the National Park…‘Going-to-the-Sun’ Road Buried Under 80 ft (24.4 M) Snow Drifts — Electroverse
It takes months to fully clear winter’s snow at Glacier National Park’s Going-to-the-Sun Road, located in northern Montana, and the last big hurdle is an area known as ‘Big Drift’ where the pack reaches 40-80 ft annually.
The pack is at the higher-end of that range this year, but as weather.com and the National Park Service (NPS) desperately reassures us — this is still within the norm and a trend of increasing snowpack (which has been the case over the past few years) in no way disproves our beloved global warming theory.
But isn’t this the same NPS that for almost two decades warned the world that glaciers at Glacier National Park would be gone by the year 2020? The same NPS that went to the trouble of erecting signs across all of its visitor centers to serve as some 2020 doomsday countdown? Embarrassingly for these spineless, bandwagon frauds, that deadline of doom is about to uneventfully pass and the service has rather sheepishly pulled all ‘2020 signs’ from its displays after the computer models it relied upon from the early 2000s, which convincingly foretold of unending glacial retreat, turned out to be catastrophically inaccurate.
The ‘Big Drift’ is located just east of Logan Pass, at an elevation of 6,646 feet, where crews arrived on Friday to tackle the monster snowpack.
And while the AGW cabal continue to erase their past prophetic failures from the history books, one of their most infamous was that “snow would become a thing of the past” — and yet here we are:
Those extreme-environmentalists and disproven-scientists behind Montana’s snow-less predictions should have taken that Going-to-the-Sun Road a long time ago–because it’s the Sun and the Sun alone that changes Earth’s climate.
Every great civilization of the past acknowledged the Sun’s power, and they all worshiped it as a God. The Egyptians called it “Ra”, the Minoans “Ariadne”, and the Romans “Sol”.
Today, we humans consider ourselves the most powerful body in the solar system. Perhaps our recent technological advances and achievements have given rise to a sense of all-conquering self-confidence. But the Sun, as we call it, ended every one of those great civilizations of the past, and it will take down our modern one, too–and not in some raging fiery explosion but by a mere dimming of its energy known as the Grand Solar Minimum.
Even NASA agrees, in part, with their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) seeing it as “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
Prepare for the COLD — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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