India has been breaking low temperature records left, right and center this year; in fact, since August, 2020 the nation’s capital, Delhi has busted at least one major weather record each and every month.
Predictably, the climate alarmists of the world are keen to blame this feat on ‘global heating’ and ‘rising atmospheric CO2 levels,’ even though the majority of the fallen benchmarks have been cold-related.
In October last year, Delhi broke a 58-year-old record, clocking a mean minimum temperature of 17.2C (63F):
November broke an even older record, with the month’s mean minimum temperature dropping to 10.2C (50F), a level last seen in 1949:
December witnessed 8 so-called ‘cold wave days,’ the highest since 1965.
The final month of 2020 also went down as the second-coldest since 1901, and contained its coldest December day since records began more than a century ago:
New cold records have been set throughout 2021 and across India, too.
In January, record snowfall cut-off Kashmir from the rest of the country:
And just last month, Delhi experienced its coldest May day in 70 years, when a high of just 23.8C (74.8F) was registered on May 19 — a reading that went down as the city’s coldest May day since 1951, and one some 16C below the seasonal average:
Then, to close the month of May, rare and heavy snowfall was reported in Kashmir, northern India:
And now, the historic chill is persisting into June.
With a reading of 17.9C (64.2F) on Tuesday, Delhi has just logged its lowest minimum temperature in June in recorded history, and extended the record-setting streak of toppling monthly weather records.
According to data from India’s Meteorological Department (IMD), the previous lowest minimum temperature recorded in Delhi in June was the 18C (64F) set on June 17, 2006.
Kuldeep Srivastava, head of IMD’s regional weather forecasting center, said that the extreme cold weather records of recent months were due to fewer western disturbances passing over Delhi.
“Last winter, we recorded lower than usual temperatures because of fewer western disturbance activities in the region. Usually, in the months of October, November, December and January, we get around five to six active western disturbances each month — last year we only got two to three,” Srivastava said.
There is no logical connection between India’s record-breaking chills and CO2 emissions, yet that doesn’t stop the country’s institutions from trying to draw one.
AP Dimri, from the School of Environmental Sciences at Jawaharlal Nehru University, claims these fallen records are signs of the ‘climate’ crisis at play:
“Imagine your free atmosphere as a sponge that soaks up water,” says Dimri: “In an ideal situation, it will release water uniformly when its capacity is saturated. Under the impact of global warming, pressure is created at one point, which causes extreme weather conditions in one area; exactly like a sponge would squeeze out water under pressure. This month is a typical example of how weather patterns are changing. Delhi in May usually records at least a few days of temperatures reaching 40 degrees or above, but this time except the temperature did not spiked.”
Again, we have another example of a supposed academic blaming record cold on global warming.
The narrative must be maintained, and all logic and real-world observations will be distorted to fit the agenda.
There is grand fraud at play.
Today’s ‘pop-scientists’ are basing all their assumptions on failed climate models created decades ago.
But as distinguished climate scientist Dr. Mototaka Nakamura eloquently points out, in his book The Global Warming Hypothesis is an Unproven Hypothesis: Today’s ‘global warming science’ is akin to an upside down pyramid which is built on the work of a few climate modelers. These AGW pioneers claim to have demonstrated human-derived CO2 emissions as the cause of recently rising temperatures and have then simply projected that warming forward. Every climate researcher thereafter has taken the results of these original models as a given, and we’re even at the stage now where merely testing their validity is regarded as heresy.
For more on Nakamura’s analysis, click the link below:
The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING, in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activity, cloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).
Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we’re entering a ‘full-blown’ Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as “the weakest of the past 200 years”, with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.
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