Saturday, July 25, 2009

Discrepancies in Sidestream vs. Mainstream News

As the map below shows, Greenland and Iceland are neighbors. The geographical proximity of two countries NOT KNOWN FOR WARM CLIMATES should raise at least two questions of mainstream news reporters: do you realize how biased you are with respect to the attempted climate change hijack of world economies? Would not the hijacking story itself eclipse the climate change scare in significance?
See for yourself, readers:

Mainstream reports (2) (HOT)

Friday, Jul. 24, 2009 - TIME - In a Warming World, Cloudy Days Are a Boon -

Add CO2 to the atmosphere and the climate will get warmer — that much is well established. ...But climate change and carbon aren't in a one-to-one relationship. But a new study published in the July 24 issue of Science is clearing the haze. A group of researchers from the University of Miami and the Scripps Institute of Oceanography studied cloud data of the northeast Pacific Ocean — both from satellites and from the human eye — over the past 50 years and combined that with climate models. They found that low-level clouds tend to dissipate as the ocean warms — which means a warmer world could well have less cloud cover. "That would create positive feedback, a reinforcing cycle that continues to warm the climate," says Amy Clement, a climate scientist at the University of Miami and the lead author of the Science study.

Saturday, 25 July 2009 - BBC NEWS - Greenland comes in from the cold -

As world leaders grapple with the perils of climate change, there are parts of the globe where warmer temperatures are welcomed. Hardtalk presenter Stephen Sackur has just returned from Greenland where he found plenty of people eyeing opportunities amid the melting glaciers.

Sidestream report (COLD)

Saturday, 25 July 2009 - ICELAND REVIEW Potato Crops endangered by unusual Coldness

South Iceland has been experiencing an unusually cold weather recently, with temperatures even going below zero at night. ... Yesterday, reported that due to the coldness, the potato plant has been damaged which affects the crops. Bergvin Jóhannsson, Chairman of the Potato Farmers Union calls that the fact that this is happening in July highly unusual.
Submarines are always silent and strange, making submariners somewhat familiar with dealing with the silent and strange.



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