NOAA Climate Scientists Predicted Third Warm Winter In A Row

Warmer-than-normal conditions are most likely across the southern two-thirds of the continental U.S., along the East Coast, across Hawaii and in western and northern Alaska. -–NOAA, 19 October 2017

This year scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are placing their bets on a warmer-than-average winter. In the East and southern two-thirds of the country, temperatures will be higher than normal, while Southern California, Texas, and Florida will be drier than usual. –Eric Niler, Wired, 23 October 2017

This is flat out insanity and deception now To tell the public that events that have occurred countless times before with no climate change attribution, is now just that, is not science, its witchcraft. NO PROOF AT ALL. Its climate ambulance chasing, nothing more. –WeatherBell Meteorologist Joe Bastardi on January 4, 2018

From climate change to nuclear war to the rise of demagogic populists, our world is shaped by doomsday expectations. In this path-breaking book, Alison McQueen shows why three of history’s greatest political realists feared apocalyptic politics. Niccolò Machiavelli in the midst of Italy’s vicious power struggles, Thomas Hobbes during England’s bloody civil war, and Hans Morgenthau at the dawn of the thermonuclear age all saw the temptation to prophesy the end of days. Each engaged in subtle and surprising strategies to oppose apocalypticism, from using its own rhetoric to neutralize its worst effects to insisting on a clear-eyed, tragic acceptance of the human condition. Scholarly yet accessible, this book is at once an ambitious contribution to the history of political thought and a work that speaks to our times. –Political Realism in Apocalyptic Times

The UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has upheld a complaint against Greenpeace and others over misleading claims in an advert about the halving of the cost of electricity generated by offshore windfarms early next decade. —William Powell, Natural Gas World, 5 January 2017

Surging shale oil output should allow the United States to dethrone Russia and Saudi Arabia as the planet’s leading crude oil producer, Rystad predicted in a recent report. The U.S. hasn’t been the global leader, nor ahead of both Russia and Saudi Arabia, since 1975. —Money CNN, 3 January 2018

Fuling, China’s largest shale gas field, generated more than 6 billion cubic meters of shale gas in 2017, according to its developer Sinopec. The field’s gas sales reached nearly 5.8 billion cubic meters last year, an increase of 20 percent year on year. —Xinhua, 4 January 2018

Solar technology is set to help with the extraction of crude oil following an agreement to build California’s largest solar energy plant. —The Engineer, 30 November 2017

Trackback from your site.

Comments (6)

  • Avatar

    Spurwing Plover

    |

    News Flash NOAA its getting colder not warmer and its snowing in some places yeah snow the stuff the New York Pravda said we will never see again but who realy beleives this liberal rag anymore?

    Reply

  • NOAA Climate Scientists Predicted Third Warm Winter In A Row – fisherynation.com

    |

    […] Warmer-than-normal conditions are most likely across the southern two-thirds of the continental U.S., along the East Coast, across Hawaii and in western and northern Alaska. -–NOAA, 19 October 2017. This year scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are placing their bets on a warmer-than-average winter. In the East and southern two-thirds of the country, temperatures will be higher than normal, while Southern California, Texas, and Florida will be drier than usual. –Eric Niler, Wired, 23 October 2017 click here to read the story 15:47 […]

    Reply

  • Avatar

    David Lewis

    |

    NOAA is staffed by radical environmentalists so we can expect every winter to be predicted to be warmer than normal. The weather in the eastern part of the US sure flies in the face of this prediction.

    I actually wish the NOAA prediction was correct. We live in the Cascade foothills. For the US to have a warmer winter on the average, the rest if the country would have to be a lot warmer to average out what is happening on the East Cost. That would mean my family would be buying a lot less propane.

    Reply

    • Avatar

      Sonnyhill

      |

      Taking that kind of thinking further, what kind of global climate change would it take for California to turn green and fireproof twelve months of the year? Would the Arctic grow by 33% ? Would the oceans drop 10 feet? Glaciers replace ski slopes? If the Polar bear population doubled, would the brown bears and black bears suffer? Bear riots?

      Reply

  • Avatar

    jeff oden

    |

    Yea, NOAA also counts fish and get that wrong most of the time too!

    Reply

  • Avatar

    Sonnyhill

    |

    If I was a prognosticator, I would do my best to get it right. The NOAA has the best of everything at its disposal to make predictions. So I’d say that NOAA is in some other kind of business. Otherwise they’d dump the CO2 voodoo.

    Reply

Leave a comment