South American Cold Wave: Brazil Looks for Crop Damage 

This time last year South America felt the damage, not from heat as the media so intently focusses on but ice; “Brazilian Arabica Coffee Crop 36% Loss from Cold, Bananas 70%, Argentina 30% Raisin Losses (193)” As any one who grows anything knows frost is a killer and is not what the world's largest producer … Continue reading South American Cold Wave: Brazil Looks for Crop Damage 

South America faces Record Breaking Cold Wave

by Josélia Pegorim Updated 7/15/2017  Throughout the week, snow-specific weather simulations by supercomputers have indicated the possibility of snowing in southern Brazil next Monday, July 17. The possibility of snow is being considered because of a mass of air of extremely strong polar origin that advances over the center-south of South America in the coming days. During … Continue reading South America faces Record Breaking Cold Wave

DELINGPOLE: Ship of Fools III – Global Warming Study Cancelled Because of ‘Unprecedented’ Ice

A global warming research study in Canada has been cancelled because of “unprecedented” thick summer ice. Naturally, the scientist in charge has blamed it on ‘climate change.’ According to Vice: The study, entitled BaySys, is a $17-million four-year-long program headed by the University of Manitoba. It was planning to conduct the third leg of its research by … Continue reading DELINGPOLE: Ship of Fools III – Global Warming Study Cancelled Because of ‘Unprecedented’ Ice

Norwegians take skis out of storage after freak snowfall. Coldest night on record

It seems the late winter is still biting hard (bold added); Norway is currently under an amount of snow extremely rare for late spring, with up to half a metre of snow falling in areas outside of Oslo. Snowfall during Wednesday night caused traffic delay Thursday, and so much snow has fallen that Oslo residents … Continue reading Norwegians take skis out of storage after freak snowfall. Coldest night on record

Watch “Changes in Cloud Cover Globally Caused by Increases in Galactic Cosmic Rays (278)”

David does mistake 0.4°C above the recent 30 year average for the approximate 1.5°C rise over the past ~130 years, but that's forgivable compared to a cloud change in the past 30 years being attributed to CO2 - do they expect cloud patterns to stay at some hitherto Goldilocks level? https://youtube.com/watch?v=WXnmM-uCqAg