Friday, September 21, 2012

COLLAPSED DEFORESTATORS pharaos, Romans, Mayas, Aztecs, Incas etc etc SCORNED [now controllable] volcanoes - UPDATES

Modern deforestators still prefer collapse fatalistically:
History of climate gets ‘erased’ online.
“A Wikipedia trustee and a Wikipedian In Residence have been editing the online encyclopedia on behalf of PR clients,” says this article on “Add the discovery of an SEO business run on the side, and this tempest is out of its teapot.”
This latest scandal brings to mind the Wikipedia administrator accused of re-writing more than 5,000 Wikipedia entries in order to spread the global warming message.
History of climate gets ‘erased’ online,” shouted the headline on
More than 5,000 entries rewritten to hype global-warming agenda”... 

Meteorologist Joe D'Aleo: 'We hear a constant hyping of new low arctic ice record & ignoring of the simultaneous increase of Antarctic ice which appears heading towards a near new record high'...

Can 90% of Earth ice 'melt'???
The Coldest Journey on Earth -
It is such an extreme undertaking that certain technology had to be invented for this expedition. For instance, a Finning (U.K.) Caterpillar track-type tractor has been adapted so the team members can move across the continent. In doing so, they will endure the coldest temperatures on earth — below minus 80 degrees Celsius (minus 112 degrees Fahrenheit), with wind chill below minus 100 degrees Celsius (minus 148 degrees Fahrenheit) — as well as more than three months of darkness. 

Doomed Arctic Gains Four Thousand Manhattans Of Ice In Two Days!...


Hottest year ever update: Duluth gets early snow...

A record high Antarctic maximum is none of your business
Whatever the current weather is, warmists predicted it all along
Snow is a thing of the past
The record low Arctic minimum means lots of snow
Hot weather is climate
Cold weather is none of your business
Global warming causes Global cooling
The bonus commandment for NOAA – adjust the numbers as much as needed.

Volcanic activity world-wide 21-22 September 2012: Tjörnes Fracture Zone, Santorini, El Hierro, Popocatepetl, Fuego, Santiaguito, Telica, San Cristobal, San Miguel, Sakura-jima

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