Thursday, 9 January 2014

Answering the question frozen on the lips of North Hemispherians…


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Oh, and this…

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And, meanwhile, down in Antarctica, Mark Steyn is still in hysterics over the Ship of Fools:

… of course ‘weather’ is not the same as ‘climate’; and of course the thickest iciest ice on record could well be evidence of ‘global warming’, just as 40-and-sunny and a 35-below blizzard and 12 degrees and partly cloudy with occasional showers are all apparently manifestations of ‘climate change’; and of course the global warm-mongers are entirely sincere in their belief that the massive carbon footprint of their rescue operation can be offset by the planting of wall-to-wall trees the length and breadth of Australia, Britain, America and continental Europe.
    But still: you’d have to have a heart as cold and unmovable as Commonwealth Bay ice not to be howling with laughter at the exquisite symbolic perfection of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition ‘stuck in our own experiment’, as they put it. I confess I was hoping it might all drag on a bit longer and the cultists of the ecopalypse would find themselves drawing straws as to which of their number would be first on the roasting spit. On Douglas Mawson’s original voyage, he and his surviving comrade wound up having to eat their dogs. I’m not sure there were any on this expedition, so they’d probably have to make do with the Guardian reporters…

Read on: Eco-warriors stranded in the Antarctic! It’s too good to be true – Mark Steyn, SPECTATOR


  1. I can't believe that people continue to incorrectly describe and try to predict the course of climate change.

    If you knew anything about science at all you would know that the ionosphere's radiation belt (and thus the Northern Lights) are the result of the farts of intergalactic 4D goblins which roam the universe looking for plastic bags, which is a cocktail delicacy for them.

    When a civilization reaches the point of producing plastic bags in significant numbers, the intergalactic goblins (which are almost the size of the moon) descend on the planet to feed and as a result, the planet is destroyed by the radioactivity of their farts, which heats up the atmosphere until the seas boil.

    This has been scientifically proven: in fact I wrote a paper on it called "The global calorific of goblin flatulence" and in this paper you will find all the answers. But oh no... you'll probably be too closed minded to look at REAL science, won't you? Huh. Fools. Just wait....

    Dr Dave Mann PhD. (Author and chief scientific advisor to the IPGF)


  2. Yet in 2004 this was forecast as a possibility.

    By disturbing a massive ocean current, melting Arctic sea ice might trigger colder weather in Europe and North America.

  3. @Mark: That was a blatant mis-quote. What I actually said was that "by disturbing the ionospheric eco-balance, goblin farts might trigger icy blasts in Europe and North America. This might or might not have an effect on weather patterns due to all the other cold weather because its winter at that time of the year. But it MIGHT..."

    In another paper I wrote that this might NOT happen too. Just look at the SCIENCE and it will all become clear, mate.

    Dr Dave Mann PhD. (Author and chief scientific advisor to the IPGF)


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