Sunday, May 31, 2009

A Very Bad day leak for climate crisis advocates - Brief news story reveals sobering truth

From the UticaOD.ComObserver - May 30, 2009 - [Month of] May to go out under a freeze watch

The National Weather Service has issued a freeze watch for many parts of New York from Sunday through Monday morning, including Oneida County.Widespread frost and freeze conditions are possible tonight and into early Monday morning.
Molten Eagle found this incredible. Are even we falling victim to climate propaganda? Certainly not. We did the intelligent thing and checked the facts. Sure enough, at this writing the overnight low temperature in Utica, NY is forecast to be 36 degrees F. That is not a wind chill, nor a real feel,it is the forecasted low.
Remarkably, 36 degrees equals the record low temperature for May 31st, according to WKTV meteorologists and weather archives. The record was set in 1966.
This is the leak, folks: Why was the record cold temperature for May 31st in Utica set as recently as 1966? Because reliable temperature records have only been kept for around the last 100 years or so. Utica's record low for June 1 is 31 degrees, set in 1945, according to weather archives.
Had records been available for a meterorological meaningful amount of time, say 650,000 years, or so, cyclical climate patterns would be evident even for those of you who slept through your science classes. The chart shown here goes back about 700,000 years.
Similar climate cycles are also evident in the geological record of the Earth for millions of years. The multi-variate factors involved in planetary climate are not well-understood by man. In fact, no one will even claim to recite most of them. Yet, some things are well-known and cannot be refuted by a single, credible scientist anywhere on Earth.
Even in New Zealand, scientists know this:
“The energy that reaches earth from sunlight in one hour is more than that used by all human activities in one year”. - Prof. Ashton Partridge, Massey University


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