Warm is Cold, and Down is Up

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Paul Homewood has a post today: Who Is Lying? John Holdren, Jennifer Francis, Or NOAA?

The issue revolves around claims of global warming changing the jet stream, resulting in extreme weather, including colder winters in the US. That’s a neat trick: Getting global warming to produce cold weather.
Lying presumes they know the truth and speak falsely. This is more a case of saying what they believe but being wrong. (“Love of Theory is the Root of all Evil” –William Briggs)

Seasoned meteorologist Judah Cohen of AER sees it differently.
My colleagues, at AER and at selected universities, and I have found a robust relationship between two October Eurasian snow indices and the large-scale winter hemispheric circulation pattern known as the North Atlantic or Arctic Oscillation pattern (N/AO).

The N/AO is more highly correlated with or explains the highest variance of winter temperatures in eastern North America, Europe and…

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One thought on “Warm is Cold, and Down is Up

  1. Hello dear friends,

    Being a bricklayer I have no scientific background, but I find these articles most interesting and check out Weather Action, Adapt 2030 and Gav’s weather vids each evening.
    But if I may be permitted to say, I do have some knowledge of the Bible, and I find some interesting parallels with scripture in this article.
    Warm is cold & down is up. This is in line with Isaiah 4:20 “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter”

    The love of theory is the root of all evil.
    1 Timothy 6:10. ” The love of money is the root of all evil:

    I understand fully what is being implied in the article and agree with the sentiment but is not the love of money behind all this global warming.

    Thank you for the article.

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