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Jan 16 11:55

UK SNOW: Arctic weather system sparks HEAVY SNOW today as Britain set for COLDEST weekend

Thermometers will widely nosedive from Wednesday amid warnings the UK will stay locked in the freezer until spring.

A swathe of bitter air will pour in from the Arctic pushing temperatures to freezing or below across the entire country through the next 48 hours.

Scotland, northern England and even parts further south are on alert for wintry downpours towards the end of the week and into the weekend.

It could be the first widespread snowfall since the Beast from the East brought Britain to a near standstill last winter.

Temperatures will plummet more than 10C from the start of the week when Atlantic winds will bring an unusually mild feel.

Jan 16 11:48

Scott Adams: Kamala Harris, Some Fake News You Think is Real, and Climate Update

Kamala Harris video had persuasion powers
It appealed to her base, showed her personality
Four Examples of normal explanations vs. batshit crazy ones
Climate change, Too bad skeptical arguments
Climate change outstanding questions

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1085553466963984384

Jan 16 09:24

BEX ALERT - 2018 was the hottest year ever recorded for the planet's oceans

Last year was the hottest for the planet's oceans since global records began in 1958, according to an international team of scientists who track the data. Their findings were published Wednesday in the scientific journal Advances in Atmospheric Sciences.

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The carbonazis can't argue that the land is getting warmer because of all the record-setting snow and ice, so now their plan is to claim that human-caused global warming is showing up in the oceans.

Jan 15 09:48

BEX ALERT - Antarctica's ice is melting faster, raising risk of sea level rise

Rignot warned, "Depending on how old you are and how fast we keep warming up the planet you may see the vector of catastrophically rapid sea level rise (4 meters per century scale)." A rise of 4 meters (about 12 feet) would be enough to put many coastal towns and cities underwater and submerge much of South Florida.

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And ignoring the active volcanoes recently discovered under the ice...

Jan 14 19:15

Snow closes the Grapevine: Traffic nightmare on I-5 between Los Angeles and Central Valley

Snow closes the Grapevine: Traffic nightmare on I-5 between Los Angeles and Central Valley

Jan 14 12:28

California Decides to Regulate Cow Farts in Order to Fight Global Warming

California has become the first state in the union to regulate cow farts. The Golden State enacted legislation in September that will regulate greenhouse gas emissions from farms and landfills, including cow flatulence, a major source of methane, which is a more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.

Jan 14 12:12

Scott Adams: Russia, DeBlaisio, Gabbard, Jeff Bozo, FBI

Jeff Bozo and the President’s tweets
NYC Mayor De Blazio instituting universal health care
Gavin Newsome working on it also for California
Important, whether it works out or not
Russian collusion outcome seems obvious
Both sides will claim they were right all along
Eric Swalwell on taking interpreters notes
Destroying evidence indicates guilt
Hmm…Hillary destroyed evidence
Eric Swalwell requesting someone prove a negative
Is he assuming his followers are stupid?
FBI motivation, investigating President Trump…was vengeance
Is there evidence of that, or is it mind reading?
Will Tulsi Gabbard be the 2020 Democrat candidate?
Simple answer, how is CNN framing her?
Watch for who CNN coverage anoints
President Trump taking interpreters Putin meeting notes
Any chance Mueller hasn’t already talked to interpreter?
Big news if he has or hasn’t talked to him

Jan 14 09:50

Snow causes problems on roadways; Winter Weather Advisory in effect

Steady snow caused problems on roadways Saturday. Illinois state police were urging people to stay home as troopers responded to hundreds of crashes and requests for assistance.

Along I-57 in Kankakee, cars were sliding off the highway and into ditches.

In Chicago, nearly 300 city trucks loaded up with salt.

Jan 14 09:49

St. Louis expecting more snow, totals up to 15 inches expected

A snowstorm that pounded St. Louis early Saturday is headed east, where it’s expected to blanket Washington and Baltimore through Sunday, forecasters said.

St. Louis recorded 9.8 inches of snow by 7 a.m. ET, with more than a foot of snow measured in other parts of Missouri.

The snow will shift later Saturday to the East Coast, with 4 to 6 inches predicted for Washington and 2 to 3 inches for Baltimore, forecasters said.

Jan 14 09:49

Central Ohioans clean up as first major snow of season wraps up

Area snow plows, salt crews and residents cleaned up from the first major snowfall of the season Sunday.

Central Ohio got 4 to 6 inches of snow Saturday, causing a spike in calls to area police and towing companies, but no major injury crashes, police officials said.

Roads remained wet Sunday morning, but other than light snow falling with little accumulation, the coming week is expected to be cold but not snowy, said Kristen Cassady, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Wilmington.

Jan 14 09:14

U.N.'s Global Warming Fraudsters Are More Interested In Climate Cash Than Climate Change

Just when you think the climate change lunacy couldn't get any worse, the U.N.'s climate-crats up the ante. Meeting in Bonn, Germany, for yet another unneeded climate conference, attendees are now demanding $300 billion a year more to help less-developed nations cope with anticipated climatic warming. Are they kidding?

By the way, that $300 billion is in addition to the $100 billion that the world's governments have already promised to deliver under the Paris Climate Agreement. So now they're asking for a total of $400 billion a year in climate welfare for the developing world. No sane government would sign on to such a scam. Which of course means that most of them probably will.

There's really no end to this insanity. To make it worse, the proposal before the Bonn climate talks calls for the added taxpayer-funded cash to be doled out not by the governments themselves, or even the U.N. No, the money will be channeled through existing nongovernmental organizations, or NGOs.

Jan 13 12:59

Major snowstorm snarls travel from St. Louis to Columbus this weekend

Motorists along the Interstate 70 corridor of the Midwest can expect a slow and dangerous journey as a major snowstorm continues through Saturday night.

In many areas from Missouri to southern Ohio and northern Kentucky, this will be the biggest snowfall in what has been a lean cold weather season so far for some locations.

That has already been the case in St. Louis, where 10.9 inches was reported on Saturday evening. This storm will be the biggest snowstorm since Jan. 5, 2014, when 10.8 inches of snow fell.

Jan 13 12:50

Tanks roll in to frozen hell: Germany and Austria call state of emergency as troops save residents from NECK-DEEP snow after 21 deaths in worst winter for more than 30 years

A state of emergency was in force across parts of Europe last night after the death toll in the worst snowfall for at least 30 years reached 21.

Tanks and troops were drafted in to rescue homeowners from neck-deep snow in Germany and Austria as the whiteout looked to continue past the weekend.

British skiers were among thousands facing long delays on their airport transfers to and from resorts in Austria due to road conditions, but travel industry sources said they had heard no reports of Britons snowed in or trapped.

In Switzerland, a 1,000ft-wide avalanche ploughed through the front of a hotel while diners were eating. Three people were injured but miraculously there were no deaths.

Jan 12 13:02

Scott Adams: The FBI, H1B VISAs, Steve King, Terrorist Deprogramming, and Climate

Plus bonus addendum: Quick Tutorial on Using Engineering to Take Politics Out of the Wall

CNN says Steve King said white supremacy is okay
Did he think that and say that? He clarified later, said no.
Even if true…would he have said it in public?
President Trump tweets to promote citizenship for H1B people
We want productive people, nothing to do with race
Your worldview, should be able to predict the future accurately
Look at your worldview carefully if it isn’t predictive
Social media companies change our opinions by what they feed us
In effect, they’re programming us, brainwashing us
Self-radicalized by the CNN silo
Self-radicalized by the FOX silo
Dogs for immigration patrolling
Study: White males most likely to question climate change
Study also said, the more they knew about topic…

Jan 12 09:59

Tanks roll in to frozen hell: Germany and Austria call state of emergency as troops save residents from NECK-DEEP snow after 21 deaths in worst winter for more than 30 years

A state of emergency has been declared across parts of Europe and tanks are being used to rescue homeowners from neck-deep snow in Germany and Austria following the deaths of at least 21 people, amid a devastating once in a generation winter whiteout.

Jan 11 15:57

FLASHBACK - FAKE NEWS: 'Nat Geo' Photographer Admits Viral Photo Of Polar Bear 'Dying From Climate Change' Is False

One year later, National Geographic has finally admitted to facilitating "fake news" regarding climate change. The magazine's most viral video ever, which featured heart-wrenching images of a starving polar bear, perpetuated the narrative that the animal's imminent death was caused by climate change. However, the climate change aspect of the story is void of any real evidence.

"We had lost control of the narrative," admitted Cristina Mittermeier, the photographer of the polar bear. Mittermeier explained the climate change deception in a piece titled "Starving-Polar-Bear Photographer Recalls What Went Wrong" for the magazine's August issue.

Mittermeier conceded that the images of the bony, emaciated polar bear were meant to sound an alarm about climate change, though she complains that people took the image "literally."

Jan 11 14:53

Empathy ‘frozen’: Storm sweeps Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon

“What’s more frozen, refugee camps or humanity?” That is the recurring question you find being asked in the past week on social media under the hashtag of “Arsal Tastagheeth” (Arsal cries out for help).

The Lebanese mountainous border town of Arsal was covered with snow following Storm Norma, leaving Syrian refugee camps in unimaginably horrible conditions.

With temperatures between -4 to -8 degree Celsius, refugees’ tents in the Beqaa area were either flooded with water, or destroyed by snow.

According to the UN refugee agency, 151 sites that are home to some 11,000 Syrians have been heavily affected.

Jan 11 13:08

Watching The Arctic Sea Ice Scam Unravel

The Arctic sea ice scam began to rapidly unravel last March, when all records for Arctic sea ice volume gain were blown away.

Jan 11 13:07

CONTINENT ON ICE Death toll from European snow chaos hits 17 as Germany send in army, Med temperatures plummet to -23C and hundreds of flights are cancelled

THE death toll from the winter weather chaos in Europe has hit 17 - as temperatures plummet to -23C and heavy snow continues to fall.

Germany has been forced to send in the army to help people trapped in snow and hundreds of flights have been cancelled while the continent is gripped by extreme weather.

Jan 11 13:05

Scott Adams Talks about Dear Diary, Rpos, and Climate Change Persuasion.

Jim Acosta became America’s piñata yesterday
He stood in front of the wall and said no problems here!
President tweets reply to Acosta, “Dear Diary”
CNN contacted San Diego station KUSI for anti-wall content
KUSI is pro-wall, CNN decided not to use their content?
Fentanyl deaths are being compared to Viet Nam war deaths
The border debate is bringing the country together
Average person knowledge of the issue increasing
Border arguments from both sides…without the politics
Drugs, crime, numbers of crimes versus rate percentage
VISA overstays
Why are there gaps in parts of the scientists climate change stance?
The historical data used in the hockey stick graph
It shows an earlier point, before CO2, same hockey stick
ClimateGate emails are a conspiracy theory, completely debunked
Data discrepancies from the past, tree ring experts and proxies

Jan 11 12:04

RED ALERT issued across Europe as heavy snow continues while a 16-year-old German-Australian boy is killed in an avalanche while skiing with his parents in Austria

Europe's snow chaos has deepened again with hundreds of people trapped after roads were buried by avalanches.

The highest red warnings are in place in Germany and Austria with up to six more feet of snow expected before the weekend.

At least 17 people have died amid the weather chaos including a 16-year-old German-Australian boy who was killed on a ski slope in Austria.

According to Süddeutsche Zeitung the boy's parents and brother saw him buried under the snow in the ski village of St. Anton am Arlberg on Wednesday afternoon.

Jan 11 12:03

London weather: Capital tipped for SNOW as odds brace for RECORD BREAKING winter

LONDON could be one of the first locations destined for snow this year, as odds for glimpses of a flurry are cut. The chances for a record-breaking cold snap treading into March have also now increased.

Jan 11 12:03

Rare Snow Has Turned Greek Ruins Into a Winter Wonderland This Week

Athens just put in a pretty strong bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics. A huge dip in the jet stream has allowed polar air to plunge into the normally temperate Mediterranean, dumping snow in Greece’s capital and beach resort towns.

On Tuesday, otherworldly scenes emerged across the country as snow caked iconic tourist attractions like the Acropolis and bent olive and cypress trees’ branches. Tourists and locals alike stopped to gawk at the ethereal sites and snap photos.

Athens was far from the only locale to see snow. That coastal resort town of Thessaloniki in northeast Greece was buffeted by snow. Drone footage shows the incongruous scenes of snow on the Mediterranean beaches that are normally a tourist hot spot (at least a few locals still decided to take a polar bear plunge).

Jan 11 12:03

Weather Report: It’s Snowing In Utah, Tahoe, and Jackson

Multiple ski areas in the west saw several feet of snow this week

Jan 11 11:35

Avalanche Crashes into Swiss Restaurant

Severe snow storms are raging across the European Alps. An avalanche has burst though the windows of the Hotel Säntis Dining Room. Shocking photo, and interesting re Grand Solar Minimum, but so what?

Am having a reprise experience. I nearly lost my life on the Säntis--a school outing with a idiot leading, who told the kids as young as 8 that tennies would be enough. I was 16 and the only one with the sense to have worn climbing boots. Didn't stop severe frostbite, but I didn't die just then, and neither did anyone else.

A freak blizzard and gale force winds slammed us against the mountain. The leader did deer caught in the headlights, but managed to tell the kids to huddle. He eyed my boots, knew I was one of the few who spoke the lingo, and shouted for me to go for help. There was a restaurant on top of the mountain, otherwise reached by a gondola.

Jan 11 09:46

Austria is expected to face 10 feet, more than 3 metres of snow in the next few days as fierce winter weather continues to strike central Europe this week.

arts of Austria have already had more snow this month than they usually do in the whole of January, with more snow expected before the weekend.
The tourist season in the Alps has also been hit with more than 1,000 miles of ski slope and 450 ski lifts closed because of the weather.

The cold weather has blasted Greece where temperatures reached record lows with -9F (-23C) recorded in the city of Florina on Tuesday night.

There has been a huge amount of snow falling across the northern European Alps over the past couple of weeks with resorts in Austria bearing the brunt of the storm.

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Jan 11 09:38

Human-caused Global Warming Photo of the Week

Jan 11 08:53

Avalanche bursts through Swiss hotel restaurant while guests are eating: Three injured and 25 cars buried under 1,000ft wall of snow as police search for 'missing' and forecasters warn Europe's whiteout will last well into next week

Swiss emergency crews have launched a search operation after an avalanche crashed through a hotel restaurant while guests were eating.
A 1,000ft wall of snow thundered into Hotel Säntis in Schwägalp in northeastern Switzerland, burying 25 cars and leaving three people injured.
At least one person had to be dug out of the snow when the avalanche struck at about 4.30pm yesterday, an eyewitness said.

Jan 10 13:04

Can Climate Models Predict Climate Change? (Video)

Predicting climate temperatures isn't science – it's science fiction. Emeritus Professor of Physics at Princeton University Will Happer explains.

Jan 10 13:00

Scott Adams: Whiteboard Discussion of Border Persuasion

Great examples of CNN mind reading by Stephen Collinson
Guesses and hunches are being presented as news
Solar panels on the wall and vandalism
Whiteboard: Border Barrier Debate
Dems are winning on topics of drugs and crime
Effective mocking and sarcasm
If Mexico pays for the wall, would it then be “moral”?
Current immigration policies mostly benefit rich white people
VISA overstays versus sneaking across the border
About 70% of climate change skeptic points aren’t valid
Did Michael Mann use tree ring estimates for gaps…
…and later discontinue tree rings as an unreliable proxy?
Are testosterone levels in males decreasing, or are men evolving?
lifestyles that increase or decrease testosterone
Soy is everywhere, in a lot of our food

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1083378309361094656

Jan 09 12:29

Scott Adams: President Trump’s Speech, Pelosi and Schumer’s Taxidermist, CNN Mind Reading, and CO2

Our government is dysfunctional because the press is broken
Business model of the press today is different than in the past
Press today invokes “hair on fire” viewer responses
President Trump failed to persuade effectively
Schumer and Pelosi failed to persuade effectively
Everyone was arguing about the definition of a word
Don’t we need border control, even if Mexico doesn’t pay for it?
CNN’s S.E.Cupp demonstrates her mind reading powers
She knows President Trump’s secret intentions
S.E.Cupp knows what the President “really thinks”
CNN fake news making strategies
Whiteboard discussion of CNN’s fake news techniques
No evidence that CO2 makes a difference in climate change?
What is the counter argument?
Is CO2 a logarithmic factor in climate change?

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1083015699067359238

Jan 09 11:45

Winter storm blasts Europe; 12 dead amid heavy snow, gusts

Deadly winter weather blasted Europe for yet another day Tuesday, trapping hundreds of people in Alpine regions, whipping up high winds that caused flight delays and cancellations and raising the risks of more deadly avalanches in the mountains.

At least 12 people have been killed in weather-related accidents in Europe over the last week, most of them from avalanches.

In Norway, attempts to find the bodies of four skiers were again put on hold due to poor visibility and heavy snowfall. A 29-year Swedish woman and three Finns, aged 29, 32 and 36, were presumed dead after a 300-meter (990-foot) wide avalanche hit a valley near the northern city of Tromsoe last week.

In Austria, hundreds of residents were stuck in their homes due to blocked roads and some regions experienced power outages after snow-laden trees took down power lines.

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Jan 09 11:43

Snow WARNING: Europe to be hit by METRE of snow - Met Office weather warning latest

EUROPE could be covered with up to a metre of snow as freezing air is dragged across European nations, bringing showers of snow and sleet, but what is the Met Office forecast for the UK?

Jan 09 11:43

Snow warning MAPPED: Europe hit by snow AVALANCHE - where is it snowing RIGHT NOW?

The deadly weather started by a storm coming from the North Atlantic into Scandinavia and northern Europe New Year’s Day. The system, named Storm Zeetje, then made tracks to eastern Europe and brought moist cold air into areas such as the Alps. Ski resorts in the Austrian Alps reported up to seven feet of snow in the first days of January, which lead to many resorts closing over safety concerns.

Jan 09 09:07

Strong West Coast winter storm leaves 350 000 homes without power, traps cars in mudslides

A strong winter storm brought strong winds and high elevation snow to West Coast over the weekend, leaving more than 350 000 homes and causing flash floods and mudslides. Several more waves of heavy rain, gusty winds and high elevation snow are expected before the end of the week.

Wind gusts in excess of 96 km/h (60 mph) downed trees and power lines, leaving more than 300 000 customers without power in Washington (the majority in King, Pierce and Thurston counties) and tens of thousands in California on January 5 and 6, 2019. By early Monday, January 7 (UTC), the number of customers without power stood at 77 372 in Washington and 56 203 in California.

Jan 08 09:41

UK weather forecast – Britain braced for Siberian ‘snowbomb’ as freezing Arctic triple storm vortex set to batter UK until March

BRITAIN could be bombarded by a so-called “Siberian snowbomb” in the next few months, plunging the country into a deep freeze and covering it with snow.

A bitterly cold blast from the east is expected to sweep in next week and will see temperatures plummet well below zero and bring flurries of heavy snow.

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Jan 08 09:38

Reno snow: 30 inches of snow fell at Diamond Peak ski area, about 4 inches at Reno airport

Heavy snowfall in Reno-Sparks and in the mountains of the Sierra and Lake Tahoe has created hazardous driving conditions as the region wakes up for the Monday morning commute.

The storm is petering out this morning, according to the National Weather Service in Reno, but bookmark this page for rolling updates on road conditions and aftermath of the snow.

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Jan 08 09:31

Ski resort evacuated and thousands stranded as heavy snow blankets Alps

Heavy snowfalls have left large areas of the Austrian and Bavarian Alps paralysed, with more than 2,000 people trapped in villages and ski resorts cut off from the outside world. Five people have been killed, and another two are missing.

The entire Austrian ski resort of Hochkar was evacuated on Monday amid fears of avalanches. “We have to bring everyone down from the mountain, both guests and staff. As far as I know, this has never happened in the history of Hochkars, but we can not guarantee medical care at the moment,” Friedrich Fahrnberger, the resort’s mayor, told local NÖN news.

Avalanches warnings are at the second highest level across much of the Austrian and Bavarian Alps, after three feet of snow fell in 24 hours.

“The problem is not the total snow depth, but that more than a metre of snow has been added in such a short time,” Reinhard Blamauer, a Hochkar community worker said.

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Jan 08 09:21

Let's Play Follow The Climate Money!

The climate crisis industry incessantly claims that fossil fuel emissions are causing unprecedented temperature, climate and weather changes that pose existential threats to human civilization and our planet. The only solution, Climate Crisis, Inc. insists, is to eliminate the oil, coal and natural gas that provide 80% of the energy that makes US and global economies, health and living standards possible.

Failing that, CCI demands steadily increasing taxes on carbon-based fuels and carbon dioxide emissions.

However, as France’s Yellow Vest protests and the latest climate confab in Poland demonstrated, the world is not prepared to go down that dark path. Countries worldwide are expanding their reliable fossil fuel use, and families do not want to reduce their living standards or their aspirations for better lives.

Jan 07 16:50

Seven die in massive Alps snowfall from Germany to Italy

Italy is in the grip of a cold snap - snow has even reached Matera, in the far south. There is also snow on Mt Vesuvius near Naples - a rare sight.

The heavy snow has forced many schools to close temporarily across Bavaria, and has disrupted some train services there.

More heavy snow is expected in the coming days - as much as 120cm (4ft) of fresh snow in Austria by Thursday.

Jan 07 14:24

Scott Adams: RPOS, The Steel Barrier and Climate Persuasion

AOC is now RPOS, says: “Trump is a racist”
Does RPOS support a transfer of wealth from white and
Asian Americans to other ethnic groups?
Climate change authoritative sources pro and con
Both sides use same data to support their position
Sifting through persuasive arguments from both sides
22 tree ring experts say Michael Mann results were flawed
Michael Mann says he discovered tree ring expert flaw
17 year pause in warming, while CO2 was increasing yearly
If CO2 is the main driving force, why the temp pause?
Map of temperature measurement device locations
Vast majority are in the US
Enormous parts of the globe have no measurement devices
Until both sides can claim “victory”, no progress on the wall
“immoral” painted Pelosi into a corner
Are ALL border controls immoral?
Are barriers that are easier to breach, more moral?
Nancy Pelosi looks like a weak leader because of RPOS

Jan 07 11:37

First int'l extreme marathon race in #Russia's #Oymyakon at -52° Celsius!

Jan 07 09:51

Moderate to Heavy Snow Heading to the Northland

A “Winter Storm Warning” goes into effect Sunday evening into late Monday morning for Carlton, Itasca, Koochiching and St. Louis counties in Minnesota and for Douglas County, Wisconsin.

A “Winter Storm Warning” runs Sunday evening and runs through early Monday afternoon for Cook and Lake counties in Minnesota and for the North Shore.

A “Winter Weather Advisory” goes into effect from Sunday evening through Monday morning for Aitkin and Pine counties in Minnesota and for Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Iron, Sawyer and Washburn counties in Wisconsin, and for Gogebic and Ontonagon counties in Michigan.

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Jan 07 09:50

Winter snow storm cripples central Europe

A week-long winter storm has brought massive amounts of snow to central Europe with southern Germany and Austria getting slammed with the greatest amounts.

The heavy snow turned deadly when one person was killed on Saturday when a vehicle skidded on a slick road and struck another near the town of Bad Toelz. Four others were injured in the crash.

A woman who was part of a group visiting Teisenberg Mountain was also killed in an avalanche.

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Jan 07 09:48

Heavy snow strands 2,000 travelers at airport in Hokkaido

Heavy snowfall in Hokkaido stranded about 2,000 passengers at New Chitose Airport near Sapporo on Saturday. Airlines canceled 105 flights, forcing passengers to spend the night in the terminal.

On Sunday, there was more chaos at the airport as airlines tried to add more flights because planes scheduled to depart Sunday for Tokyo and Osaka were already fully booked due to the end of the New Year holiday period, Fuji TV reported.

More than 20 cms of snow fell on the runway on Saturday, delaying flights as the day progressed. On Sunday, the snow let up and airlines resumed flights but by mid-afternoon, many passengers were still waiting for news about flight availability.

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Jan 06 14:39

Researchers Show That Global Warming Happened Just as Fast in the past as Today

Climate change is progressing rapidly. It is not the first time in our planet's history that temperatures have been rising, but it is happening much faster now than it ever has before. Or is it? Researchers at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg have shown in the latest edition of the journal Nature Communications that the temperature changes millions of years ago probably happened no more slowly than they are happening today.

Jan 06 13:41

Scott Adams: Sonic Weapon Hysteria, Climate Change and Dancing AOC

Discussion of various climate change topics
Debunking both the skeptic and believers arguments
The sonic weapon (or crickets) attack on our Cuban embassy

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1081929937907376128

Jan 06 09:22

Pelosi’s Pick to Lead Climate Crisis Committee Owned Stock in Top Polluters

Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s (D., Calif.) choice to lead the House Climate Crisis Committee owned stock in several companies that rank among the nation’s top air and water polluters.

Last week, Pelosi announced that Democratic congresswoman Kathy Castor (Fla.) would chair the newly reconstituted House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis. Pelosi’s decision to reestablish the committee, which existed from 2007 until 2011 when it was disbanded by Republicans, signals that climate change will be a top priority for the new Democratic majority.

Jan 06 08:47

Air traffic from Srinagar remains suspended due to snowfall

There is chill all around. A spine-chilling chill. Winter has wrapped us. Coldly. Snow is layering us. Slowly. Maybe winter for outsiders means joy, nature’s delight. For majority of us, however, it continues to mean damp darkness. By all means.

This wintriness is replaying some old stories, some new pain; some past suffering, some present woes—our narrative is turning into a mosaic of unfinished history that lingers on, on and on…. with nothing but more misfortune.

From bloody political spats to squabbles over basic amenities, the agony is just appalling. Nothing is unrelated with the turmoil we are enmeshed in since more than two decades. A consistent effort to devastate our sources of mind, money and morals is going unabated.

Jan 06 08:46

Shroud of Snow

There is chill all around. A spine-chilling chill. Winter has wrapped us. Coldly. Snow is layering us. Slowly. Maybe winter for outsiders means joy, nature’s delight. For majority of us, however, it continues to mean damp darkness. By all means.

This wintriness is replaying some old stories, some new pain; some past suffering, some present woes—our narrative is turning into a mosaic of unfinished history that lingers on, on and on…. with nothing but more misfortune.

Jan 06 08:45

Snow storm causes chaos for travelers in Germany, Austria

Heavy snow caused travel chaos in parts of Germany and Austria as authorities closed roads and train routes because of avalanche danger and airports reported weather-related cancelations Saturday.

At least 120 flights were canceled for Saturday at the region's largest airport in Munich, a spokeswoman said, adding that the number could still increase.

There are also massive delays at the airport, with at least 70 flights taking off an hour or more behind schedule. The regular plan for Saturday included 850 departures.

German police said one person died and two people were seriously injured when their car skidded into oncoming traffic on icy roads near the town of Bad Toelz.

The airport in the Austrian city of Innsbruck also reported a "massive reduction in air traffic."

Jan 06 08:41

“Green” Socialism is Still Socialism

Upon taking control of the U.S. House of Representatives the first thing America’s Marxist Party did was to propose a Soviet-style, communistic destruction of American capitalism labeled a “Green New Deal.” The Party chose as its spokesperson for this totalitarian venture a young woman named Sandy Ocasio who grew up in one of the wealthiest enclaves in America, Westchester County, New York, but who decided to lie about this to get into politics by calling herself “Alex from the Bronx.” Sandy sounds like a poorly-educated-but-well-indoctrinated young communist with a ninth-grade mentality.

Jan 05 14:10

Scott Adams: AOC Derangement Syndrome, Shutdown Persuasion, Wall Funding, and Karate

Would-be kidnapper chases victim into karate studio
Master Persuader AOC is using Trump’s 2015 play EXACTLY
She’s controlling the conversation, attention, energy
Wall negotiations, setting persuasion “anchors”
Pelosi anchors at zero, down from older offer
President Trump re-anchors at 5.6 billion, up from 5
Pelosi says “walls are immoral”
Shouldn’t we therefore remove ALL border barriers?
Building the wall by declaring a national emergency
President Trump is branding himself as the reasonable one
Some climate change claims are easily debunked
Is the Michael Mann hockey stick graph accurate?
Is Tony Heller wrong about temperature adjustments?
Climate change believers say adjustments went both ways
Tony says ALL adjustments went one direction
Who is correct?
Claim: Multiple ways to measure temps, and they ALL agree
Skeptic says Michael Mann’s methodology is flawed

Jan 05 10:51

It Snowed In The Arizona Desert And The Photos Are Beautiful

It’s not often you see the Grand Canyon, or the American southwest in general, liberally scattered with snow but it turns out when you do, boy is it pretty.

Photos have been emerging of already beautiful natural scenes from Arizona to New Mexico looking even more stunning after an unusual cold snap in the west hit over Christmas and the New Year.

Jan 05 10:50

Caltrans warns about snow prediction this weekend

Caltrans is alerting the public that the National Weather Service is predicting rain and snow in Southern California this weekend. Snow elevations will possibly drop to the 4,000-foot level, which will affect all mountain regions in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Road conditions will be icy in areas affected by snow.

Caltrans maintenance crews are preparing state highways for rain and snow. The mountain and pass regions will be preparing the highway in advance of the storm with deicing agents. Snow plows and other equipment are ready, and staff will be working 24/7 during the storm event.

Motorists are advised to avoid travel during storm events and to slow down. Chains will be required in mountain areas. Remember to bring chains even if it is not snowing due to sudden weather changes.

Jan 05 10:50

Heavy snowing in Kashmir disrupts normal life

Heavy snowing started in the afternoon in both plain and hilly areas of Kashmir valley including summer capital Srinagar.

Reports said snowing started immediately after 2pm when the people were coming out of the mosques after offering congregational Friday prayers. Within half an hour almost the surface was covered by a white blanket of snow and commuters were finding it difficult to move around in different parts of Srinagar city.

Jan 05 10:50

It's snowing in Greece, and that may be good news for you

A heavy cold front moving through eastern Europe has left much of Greece blanketed in snow, with the bulk of it falling in northern and central parts of the country.

Several roads were closed due to the wintry conditions, leading to traffic delays.

Power outages and airport delays were reported as well, prompting a meeting by the country's civil protection authorities to devise a response plan.

Jan 05 10:05

PERTH JUST RECORDED ITS COLDEST JANUARY NIGHT IN 18 YEARS

Despite Perth being at the height of summer, the temperature in the metro area dipped to 10C at 5.42am on Thursday Jan 03.

According to the Bureau of Meteorology, it was the coldest January night Perth has experienced since 2001 when a jumper-fetching 8.9C was recorded on Jan 25.

Jan 04 13:20

Another Jon Entine? Climate change “expert” arrested for brutally beating, choking fiance and dragging her by hair across apartment

A leading climate change apologist and tenured professor at the University of Minnesota was recently taken into police custody after he was basically caught in the act of beating, choking, and dragging his fiance across the room by her hair during a violent outburst.

Widely recognized as one of the big dogs perpetrating the man-made climate change hoax, 47-year-old Aaron Herbert Doering will likely now go down in history as a raging wife-beater – the same fateful reputation as biotechnology propagandist Jon Entine, by the way, who we previously reported engaged in similar acts of extreme domestic violence against his wife and daughter, causing a restraining order to be filed against him.

Jan 04 13:15

Scott Adams: Impeachment, the #Wence, Socialism, Syria, Kevin Hart, the Worst Climate Arguments. With Coffee.

Ellen DeGeneres says Kevin Hart has apologized and grown
Was exiting Syria a smart move? Elizabeth Warren says yes
US isn’t dependent on China trade
China much more dependent on trade with the US
Inevitable outcome…trade deal
Fears on the left just after the election
The left feared he would do terrible things…he hasn’t
Left has shifted, now it’s intensely personal complaints
A 3rd Option: Not Socialism, not Capitalism
A modified version of capitalism
Discarding bad arguments on both sides of climate change
Medieval warming, ice cubes in your glass and more
Both climate change sides have a “Whack-A-Mole” problem
Debunk each point and the person just shifts to another

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1081204877412392960

Jan 04 11:28

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Suggests Super Wealthy be Taxed Up to 70% to Fund ‘Green New Deal’

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez sat with Anderson Cooper for an upcoming 60 Minutes interview set to air this Sunday, a portion of which has been released as a promotion. In the released segment, Ocasio-Cortez reveals how exactly she suggests paying for the environmental agenda known as the “Green New Deal” — with remarkably higher tax rates for the super wealthy.

Ocasio-Cortez suggests in the clip that in her esteem, people should be doing more to pay their “fair share.” When Cooper pressed on how she could possibly pay for the deal, she pointed to the progressive tax rate system in the 1960s, explaining that if you earn 0 to $75,000 a year, you would only pay 10% or 15% in income tax.

Jan 03 14:08

Scott Adams: I Declare a Climate Change Tweet Battle

Make a one-sentence skeptical claim with a supporting link. Then I invite climate scientists to debunk each skeptical claim with one sentence and a link of your own.

Jan 03 12:24

Scott Adams: Romney, Trump’s Press Conference, Arctic Ice and Nuclear Power

A+ Good risk/reward play by Romney
President Trump’s comments on walls that exist and work
Anti-Trump forced to deal with Obama and Popes walls
“Sand and Death”, President Trump’s branding is excellent
Visual persuasion examples and the essence of issues
AOC in group picture of new House members
AOC once again, makes the right choice when others don’t
Focusing on ice to determine if climate change is real
Is ice increasing or decreasing in net total?
How do we not know the clear answer to that question?
Steve Goddard and Tony Heller are the same guy
One powerful skeptic voice…not two, pen name
Rebuttal charts for temperature data on climate change
The most basic, easily verifiable facts aren’t agreed on?
Are nuclear and fusion power cost effective or not?
Really smart people aren’t in agreement

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1080842402166845441

Jan 03 10:38

As “climate change” fear mongering falls apart, 2018 goes down as the first year in history with no violent tornadoes

As 2018 draws to a close, experts say this year will go down in history as being the first on record that did not experience any high-end twisters, with not a single violent tornado touching down anywhere in the United States all year and the 10 tornado deaths noted this year vying to become a record low.

Why is that relevant? Many experts and climate change alarmists alike have long held that global warming will lead to more frequent and powerful tornadoes. Trapping heat with greenhouse gases, the theory goes, adds energy to the atmosphere in the form of moist, warm unstable air that forms tornadoes.

Jan 03 10:35

Brazil’s new President vows to fight “Marxist garbage” and “climate change hoax”

On New Year’s Day, Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, was sworn in – and he started his presidency with a bang.

One of his main goals is to fight the “Marxist garbage” that has installed itself in educational institutions, Samhällsnytt reports.

If any values are to be taught in schools alongside the subject knowledge, then it’s traditional family values, the newly appointed Minister of Education Ricardo Vélez has stated.

Brazil’s hosting of the UN climate summit in 2019 has been canceled – because the president believes that the doomsday climate change warnings are exaggerated and propaganda from the global left and cultural Marxists.

As we reported earlier he has promised to make the process short with the criminal gangs that plague the country.

Jan 02 12:54

Scott Adams: AOC, AGW, TDS, Ye, and Coffee

Kanye tweets and his upcoming Joe Rogan podcast
Elizabeth Warren and Beto attempt to imitate AOC’s live stream
Warren cracks a beer, Beto in his V-neck sweater
Why so many climate change temperature adjustments?
Believers Berkley Earth offer their explanation
“Estimating” temperature adjustments is allowed?
Climate change Bloomberg article, convincingly debunked
Comparing Green Tech and Nuclear Power options
Bill Gates vision of a new type of nuclear power plant…in China
Can’t be built in US, endless regulations and roadblocks
A hosted conversation with me as the referee, NOT a debate
Both sides required to answer strong points of other side
Climate change risk management (Whiteboard)
Expected Value calculation
Portfolio Effect
Opportunity Costs and timing considerations
The Hill article reads like mental illness, not a political opinion

Jan 01 14:32

Scott Adams: Breaking Down the Climate Change Debate

Comparing the strong points of climate experts and climate skeptics
The need for a conversation between the two sides
Bill Gates says the world needs to be working on nuclear power
It’s the biggest news in the world
Lower energy costs would allow reforestation of deserts
President Trump’s personality allows him to do things others wouldn’t
Stock market tanked 6% because Fed said market to hot, and slowed
The economy is SO GOOD…the Fed had to slow it down

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1080145063890415618

Jan 01 11:13

Jerry Brown: Climate Change Is an ‘Enemy’ as Devastating as ‘Nazis’

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Gov. Jerry Brown (D-CA) said climate change was “very much devastating in a similar way” as Nazis were during World War II.

Brown said, “We need more rapid transit. We need trains. We need more efficient cars. We need all of that, and that’s why this climate change is not just adapting, it’s inventing new technology. Instead of complaining about the Chinese putting all their money into batteries and artificial intelligence and new kind of cars we have to put more money in America.”

Dec 31 12:48

Scott Adams: China Trade, Louis C.K., Walls and Climate Debate

Louis CK hits the offensive Trifecta
Climate change debates least rational feedback
Climate change believers don’t act like they believe
President Trump’s tweet about the experts deciding border security
Border Patrol people aren’t engineers, but their input is key
Gordon Chang says China growth may have slowed or is retracting
America is more customer than supplier to China
Huge trade war advantage for the US
North Korea’s nukes were an advantage just a year ago
In 2019 they seem more of an enormous money drain
They prevent trade advantages and cost a fortune
CNN’s “Walls don’t work” isn’t an opinion…it’s just dumb
Walls are friction, friction always changes behavior
President Trump’s statement about military pay raise
Did he innocently get his facts wrong?
It was a mistake, but is it important?
The Left cares about “fairness”

Dec 31 09:35

Snow in Sierra Vista!

It doesn't snow often in southern Arizona and when it does, it's met with mixed reaction.

"I can't believe its snowing, its Arizona, like you don't expect this," said Ken Barnes, a Sierra Vista resident.

Barnes has lived in sierra vista for 4 years, and says its probably snowed only once before.

"But, not this much. It's been snowing all day," said Barnes.

With a winter wonderland feel, snow fell atop trees and cars and piled in inches. This rare opportunity to play in the snow -- was taken full advantage of by children. But those from sierra vista were shocked at the amount of snow they saw all day. Two to three inches accumulated, but some places saw more.

"This is too much for me. I'm from California so, this is way too much," said Barnes.

Dec 30 17:47

Heavy snow blanketing Japan

Heavy snow continues to fall in northern and western Japan along the Sea of Japan coast.

The Meteorological Agency says the winter-type weather pattern has strengthened, bringing with it a cold air mass.

A village in northern Yamagata prefecture had experienced nearly two meters of snow by Saturday.

The snow is expected to continue through Sunday, mainly in coastal areas.

Up to 70 centimeters are forecast in the 24 hours through Sunday morning in Niigata Prefecture and the Kanto Koshin region. Up to 50 centimeters are expected in Hokkaido, Tohoku and Hokuriku.

Dec 30 13:15

Scott Adams China Trade, AOC, Government by Torture, Climate Change Challenge

A shutdown is a way to torture random government employees
The winner is the side willing to torture them longer
CNN pundit angrily declaring “walls don’t work”
Rule of Life: Friction ALWAYS works
Who will say it first?
Politicians provide budgets, that’s their job
Engineers decide what’s needed
What will happen to stocks, once China trade deal is set?
Climate sides both talk in isolation, never debate each other
The two sides aren’t disagreeing with each other
They’re talking about different things
Tony Heller talks about unaddressed skepticism
Temp data has been rigged, fudged
Historical records disagree with climate data
Why isn’t anyone challenging him, is he correct?
97% of climate scientists are all on the same side
That’s spin, 97% agree on specific components
Obama’s Ambassador to Syria…
President Trump is probably doing the right thing

Dec 30 09:20

WHY I SAID GLOBAL WARMING IS THE BIGGEST FRAUD IN HISTORY - Dan Pena | London Real

Dec 29 13:15

Scott Adams: Climate Change, AOC Sexism, Sonic Weapons, Syria and Open Borders

AOC’s sexist tweet to her critic
Sonic weapon used against two of our embassies?
Mass hysteria, no weapon or culprit will ever be found
Challenge: Find me somebody, anybody who wants open borders
I’ve never met anyone who wants open borders, why?
Kurds are concerned about US pullout and attack by Turkey
Turks consider our Kurd allies to be terrorists
Shouldn’t we know why? Nobody seems to report why
Is the world safer today than it has ever been?
Hyper-connectivity benefits the world, makes us safer
Challenge: Provide a link to your BEST article on climate change
I’ll tweet the best arguments for both sides
Climate change arguments are very persuasive viewed alone
“Climate change is a scam” arguments…also persuasive

Dec 28 09:07

Will It Be Cold This Winter? It Depends Which Farmers’ Almanac You Read

Gail Gabel was delighted when the Old Farmer’s Almanac came out in August with its prediction for a mild winter.

Ms. Gabel, a 50-year-old resident of Sidney, Ohio, sent her parents in North Carolina a photo of the almanac’s prediction of “above-normal temperatures almost everywhere” in the U.S., hoping to persuade them to visit her over the winter.

Dec 27 08:22

Snowing on Snoqualmie Pass, Stevens Pass

Be prepared for winter travel over Snoqualmie and Stevens Pass on Wednesday.

As of Wednesday afternoon, it was snowing on both passes with chain required on all vehicles over 10,000 pounds on Snoqualmie Pass.

Traction tires were advised for all vehicles. At one point chains were required on non-all-wheel drive vehicles on Snoqualmie Pass. There was snow, slush and ice on the roadway with travel time between Ellensburg and North Bend taking an extra 30 minutes more than average.

It will be a rain-snow mix for the rest of Wednesday on Snoqualmie and Stevens Pass for the rest of the day, turning to snow tonight.

Dec 26 08:00

HOUSE DEMOCRATS ARE LINING UP BEHIND WHAT COULD BE THE LARGEST EXPANSION OF GOVERNMENT IN DECADES

Democrats are increasingly lining up to support a “Green New Deal,” which, while vague on details, could end up being the largest expansion of government in decades.

As it stands, the “Green New Deal” is more aspirational than actual policy. Indeed, it takes its name from the New Deal of the 1930s, and its main backer, incoming Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, compared it to the Great Society of the 1960s.

More than 40 Democratic lawmakers support the “Green New Deal” as part of a broad plan to fight global warming and bring about what they see as “economic, social and racial justice.” A poll found most Americans supported the deal, but knew little about it

Dec 25 10:25

Southern Kentucky residents surprised by Sunday snow

Some people in Clarksville were excited to see some snowflakes early on Sunday, but over in Kentucky people got quite a surprise.

Way out on the back roads of Todd County, where the green grass grows, It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

At least for kids who got to build some snowmen and women.

“Woke up this morning and looked out the door and it was snowing,” says Lawrence Mann from Madisonville.

“Where you kinda hoping for a white Christmas?” FOX17’s Nicole Johnson asked Jonathan Hadden with the Todd County Department of Transportation.

“Yeah, everybody wants that,” said Hadden who had to plow the slush.

Dec 24 08:55

Some of us will be enjoying the beaches in Florida on Christmas Day - So who's getting a White Christmas this year?

Dec 21 08:44

PROGRESSIVE HOUSE DEMOCRATS WARN COLLEAGUES NOT TO STAND IN THE WAY OF A ‘GREEN NEW DEAL’

The progressive bloc of House Democrats supporting a “Green New Deal” have a warning for their more moderate colleagues: Don’t get in the way of creating a “strong” climate committee.

“I think it’s in the political self-interest of people like Frank Pallone to be supporting a strong select committee,” said Democratic California Rep. Ro Khanna, Politico reported Thursday.

“If I were looking at the politics and the movement and how strong the movement is, I’d be out there cheerleading for creating a strong committee and saying I look forward to working in partnership with that committee,” Khanna said.

Dec 20 14:23

JEFF FLAKE WILL INTRODUCE BILL TO RAISE TAXES BEFORE LEAVING SENATE

Outgoing Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake will soon co-introduce legislation to tax carbon dioxide emissions, according to news reports.

Flake, who will not be returning to Congress next year, and Delaware Sen. Chris Coon, a Democrat, will introduce their carbon tax bill as soon as Wednesday. The bill is unlikely to go anywhere with just two weeks left in the current legislative session.

Flake and Coon’s bill will be the Senate companion to bipartisan House carbon tax legislation introduced in November. The Washington Times first reported of Flake’s carbon tax bill Wednesday, and The Hill later confirmed it.

Dec 20 09:14

Climate Hustle

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Another great documentary poking holes in global warming.

Dec 20 08:23

Ten years ago, Al Gore warned the North Polar Ice cap would be gone by the year 2013… hint: It’s still there

When Al Gore told a German audience in 2008 that the ice cap on the North Pole would be gone in five years, many people were alarmed. It’s something he had been saying for years, and he somehow had enough credibility that lots of people took his words at face value. If he was right, it should be long gone by now… and yet somehow, it’s still there!

Dec 19 10:31

Several strong storms target B.C. with snow, rain, wind

We're doing this all again British Columbia, at least four storms are targeting B.C. over the next week. High elevation snow, more lowland rain, and some close brushes with strong winds are on the table once again.

Dec 19 10:01

Scott Adams talks about Flynn, the Wence, Trump Charity, Sargon and Patreon, Climate, and Coffee.

Scott also talks about his 1997 book,The Dilbert Future, prediction of the media using assassination for ratings.

Dec 19 05:04

Burgeoning Winter Deaths in Wales Blamed on Climate Change, Failed Flu Shots – But Here’s Why People Are REALLY Dying

Nearly twice as many people died in Wales last winter than normally do. The deaths, of course, are being blamed on climate change and failed flu shots.

But here's some fascinating research that shows the REAL reason why there were so many excess winter deaths.

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