About those 'anomalous' temperatures...

William D. Zeranski
Here we have some poor mountain people in Peru, living in the most primitive of conditions, on the verge of ‘extinction' because of severe cold, and it is being said that this proves, dare I say it, even as I shake my head at the utter silliness, this proves the "world growing ever hotter."

Global warming/Climate change believers continue to seek validation for bad science.  It's the continual mantra, "See, see! It's true!"  Climategate broke last year and the Copenhagen Climate Carnival collapsed.  The jig is up, but all the same, it's about finding that one item, which can be used to illustrate the reality of a false premise:

In a world growing ever hotter, Huancavelica is an anomaly. These communities, living at the edge of what is possible, face extinction because of increasingly cold conditions in their own microclimate, which may have been altered by the rapid melting of the glaciers.

These endangered people live in the Peruvian Andes, at roughly 4,700m above sea level, but it all about melting glaciers, and how anomalous the situation.

But, heck, I'm game!  Here are some more anomalies:

A record amount of snow fell in Burlington from the weekend storm that left a coat of varying depth across the region.

Cold, windy weather enveloping the U.S. from the northern Plains to the East Coast may continue to break temperature records today.

Thermometers across Iowa dipped into the negative double digits. And this intense cold probably isn't going anywhere until next weekend.

And there's Europe and China . . .

At some point, any sane, commonsense person must reach the conclusion that the evidence of harsh temperatures is ubiquitous, and what is occurring in the Peruvian mountains is no longer an anomaly. 

As plans are being made for the next UN ‘climate change' conference, the annual attempt at a power and money grab; the serious and most dangerous anomaly is that there are people who still believe the planet is warming.

Here we have some poor mountain people in Peru, living in the most primitive of conditions, on the verge of ‘extinction' because of severe cold, and it is being said that this proves, dare I say it, even as I shake my head at the utter silliness, this proves the "world growing ever hotter."

Global warming/Climate change believers continue to seek validation for bad science.  It's the continual mantra, "See, see! It's true!"  Climategate broke last year and the Copenhagen Climate Carnival collapsed.  The jig is up, but all the same, it's about finding that one item, which can be used to illustrate the reality of a false premise:

In a world growing ever hotter, Huancavelica is an anomaly. These communities, living at the edge of what is possible, face extinction because of increasingly cold conditions in their own microclimate, which may have been altered by the rapid melting of the glaciers.

These endangered people live in the Peruvian Andes, at roughly 4,700m above sea level, but it all about melting glaciers, and how anomalous the situation.

But, heck, I'm game!  Here are some more anomalies:

A record amount of snow fell in Burlington from the weekend storm that left a coat of varying depth across the region.

Cold, windy weather enveloping the U.S. from the northern Plains to the East Coast may continue to break temperature records today.

Thermometers across Iowa dipped into the negative double digits. And this intense cold probably isn't going anywhere until next weekend.

And there's Europe and China . . .

At some point, any sane, commonsense person must reach the conclusion that the evidence of harsh temperatures is ubiquitous, and what is occurring in the Peruvian mountains is no longer an anomaly. 

As plans are being made for the next UN ‘climate change' conference, the annual attempt at a power and money grab; the serious and most dangerous anomaly is that there are people who still believe the planet is warming.