Written by coldclimatechange.com
This bear is pleased to know that he has much more ice to play around with as the polar ice sheet expands and thickens.
Instead of no ice, as predicted by global warming ambulance chasers, ice is growing fast at the end of 2021. As a result, this bear knows more about what is going on in the Arctic than all the climate change experts on the planet.
Last week, Arctic sea ice was approaching 10,000,000 km2 — the second-highest ice extent of any of the previous 15 years. However, already this week, we will witness the highest Arctic sea ice extent of the past two decades, according to NSIDC data. By the end of December, it’s anyone’s guess how much more will accumulate.
Much the same is happening at the South Pole. The recent averaged temperature of -61.1C (-78F) was the region’s coldest 6-month spell ever recorded, and it comfortably usurped the previous coldest winter on record: the -60.6C (-77F) from 1976.
Millions of people and most news organizations and politicians are still freaking out about man-made global warming, which in reality is not happening. This all matters because there is not enough energy to keep humanity warm on a cooling planet. Furthermore, even if there were enough energy, too many people would not be able to afford to stay warm as energy prices continue to climb into the stratosphere.
Do you see all that blue on the map of Europe? Lows of -10C (14F) are set to hit the UK before the month’s end as a “snow-laden polar plunge” kick-starts what threatens to be “the worst winter since the Big Freeze of 2010,” reports the express.co.uk quoting James Madden, a forecaster for Exacta Weather. The lower latitudes are cooling in line with historically low solar activity, and energy prices are soaring.
This forecast is supported by Centrica, Britain’s top energy supplier, who has warned its 9 million customers to prepare for an icy blast that could last as long as six weeks, reports oilprice.com. The future looks cold, but officially we are going to bake to death.
There is insufficient energy to keep 8 billion souls warm on a cooling planet no matter how you slice the cake. Let that sink in. This winter will be a trial run in this regard but could quickly turn into the real deal where we see starvation, many freezing to death, and increasing disease due to cold exposure. Of course, the rich can afford the higher energy and food price, so they do not care, but what about the rest of us?
Wind and solar power will not save us from the cold; nuclear-generated power is played out, but due to increase in the years ahead, thanks to a new generation of smaller nuclear plants thanks to the Rolls Royce Company.
Most of the world’s billionaires are a bit mentally handicapped. Amazon’s Bezos is a case in point. He predicts only a limited number of people will get to remain on Earth. He would see Earth’s populations removed from the planet, so they don’t spoil it.
Bill Gates would also like to see billions exterminated. He plans to cool a cooling planet to make sure billions freeze to death. He has to be the nicest guy on Earth though Dr. Anthony Fauci does his best to compete.
People who write about climate change are also mentally compromised. For instance, we read that based on the amount of greenhouse gases humans have already added to the Earth’s atmosphere, the world is guaranteed to experience approximately 5 feet of sea-level rise in the coming decades. True or false?
With so much ice being added in Greenland and at both poles and the sun diminishing its intensity during the grand solar minimum, the chances of a drop in sea levels are high.
Most of us humans will be squeezed between skyrocketing energy prices and food that is getting more expensive every month. So, what does inflation mean for the vast majority of us? It means less food to eat, colder houses, and increased incidents of influenza and other diseases that come from malnutrition and being too cold.
The least-green climate summit in history ended in a massive win for coal – after India and China forced last-minute language changes into the final text of the Glasgow Climate Pact to “Phase down” instead of “phase out” unabated coal power. It is a good thing that politicians cannot agree with anything, so punitive plans to make carbon slaves out of everyone are delayed yet again. But, in reality, a huge win for coal will save millions from dying of the cold.
Along with a host of like-minded countries, India and China knew that they could not run their economies and keep their people warm without coal and other fossil fuels. However, for most of us, poverty is coming our way sooner or later when the bubble bursts.
Given that there is no obligation to do any of and no timescales are mentioned, India and the rest can interpret this clause any way they want. In short, they will be able to carry on burning all the coal they want for as long as they wish.
Paul Homewood writes, “In my view, we have seen the beginning of the end for the UN’s climate agenda. There will no doubt be many more COPs to come. And there will be annual warnings from Prince Charles that we have 12 more months to save the planet. But the writing is now on the wall.
Developing countries worldwide are standing up and refusing to cut back on fossil fuels because they know they have no alternative if they want to grow their economies and give their people a better life. They have got off the Climate Train.”
A growing body of research finds that news media coverage of climate change contributes to rising levels of anxiety and depression among children. But politicians and the powers that have no problem abusing the young and are now dead set on attacking 25 million children in America alone with dangerous experimental vaccines for a disease that is not a threat to them.
In a world that has for decades accepted vaccinating newborns on their first day of life with a vaccine for another disease which babies are not at risk for (HepB), we can understand better what is going on and why they are getting away with it.
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Published on December 3, 2021