“This morning (May 25) I can see snow on the mountains from my window,”
Chengde, Hubei Province, China – 9 Apr 13
Gareth Wyn Jones, who farms 3,5000 sheep in Llanfairfechan, north Wales, and spent days digging dead sheep and ponies out of the snow drifts,
“The simple unadorned fact is that the Earth has been in a cooling cycle since 1998. It’s getting colder all over the world.”
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FIRST SNOWFALL OF THE SEASON FOR THE CASCADE PASSES AND HIGHEST ELEVATIONS OF THE COAST RANGE THIS WEEKEND…
The Bureau of Meteorology says snow falls have occurred right along the Great Dividing Range and as far north as Queensland’s Granite Belt.
“Contrary to President Obama’s intent, we don’t need to “fundamentally transform” our energy, economy or society.”
Scientists think massive volcanism triggers magnetic reversals. I think they have it backward.
“The Government’s green energy plans for the next eight years are a £124 billion ‘blunder’ that will hit every UK household,” says this article in the Daily Mail.
“Britain’s ‘obsession’ with wind farms will push up family electricity bills by more than $436 (£300) a year, a report claimed today.
“In a stark warning Professor Gordon Hughes said that British consumers simply cannot afford to subsidise wind power.
“Electricity prices for average home will go up 58% by 2020 because of turbines.”
Thanks to Aubrey Smyth for this link