Major cold/snow into Brazil while antarctic ice nears record falsifies polar amplification idea

By Joseph D’Aleo

It is behavior consistent with what you should expect as outlined in Leon Festinger’s ‘When Prophecies Fail’. First after the cessation of warming for 16 years and cooling for 10 and the slowing of sea level rises proved to be persistent, they switched to hyping extremes. Roger Pielke Jr in the EPW hearing pretty much disabused the congress of that idea by presenting the facts that showed there were no trends in any of these although don’t expect the media to get it. You see extremes gets eyeballs and sells newspapers or used to.So they have moved onto the Trenberth’s ‘Where’s Waldo’ idea that the heat somehow is hiding in the deep oceans and if nothing else this threatens sea life and coral and fisheries and will eventually reemerge to destroy life as we know it. But the oceans have shown no trend down to 300m in the tropical Pacific which the theory says should be warming most significantly.


But should they agree with the Russian scientists that we are heading into a Maunder and it will have a significant impact, its all over for the movement. But if Festinger is right, look for them to find another excuse like particulates from China coal plants, just like the cults awaiting the spaceship to take them away say they must have miscalculated on the date and time and will find another day to meet. When they fail, they are forgotten. Remember the hype about the catastrophic solar event in 2012? The Millennium bug that cost trillions? Will we look back on the AGW movement that almost destroyed Europe’s economy and threatens the US and think of the 1980s to 2000s as the good old days with the climate optimum we should of enjoyed instead of wasting trillions to end?


4 thoughts on “Major cold/snow into Brazil while antarctic ice nears record falsifies polar amplification idea

  1. David July 24, 2013 / 2:17 am

    Saw an article on Ice Age Now that stated crop damage in Brazil especially to citrus. Guess we better get ready to start eating insects like the UN wants.

  2. chillguy33 July 24, 2013 / 3:52 pm

    UN representatives will not eat insects! They might eat us, though.

  3. Rogério Penna August 8, 2013 / 9:26 pm

    Snow in Brazil is NOT rare. Actually, it snows EVERY year in southern Brazil. Yes, this snowfall was the most spread out in the last 40 years, but not the stronger.

    Also, despite that single week of cold, this has been the warmest winter in southern Brazil in memory.

    To finish it, there are registers of 2 meters deep snow accumulation in southern Brazil in the 19th century. And over 50 cm in 1950s.

    This “big snowstorm” that you people talk about didnt got NEAR that…

    • Russ Steele August 9, 2013 / 8:29 am

      Thanks for the insight from the scene. It is alway interesting to get some ground truth.

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