While mainstream media outlets compete to write the most doom-laden article re eastern Australia’s 2-day heatwave, what many are failing to address is the summer snow and record cold simultaneously sweeping the south–a reality that dismisses the AGW theory as bunk.
Where once the AGW theory was a simple concept to grasp: “temperatures will continuing on an unending march upwards, delivering milder winters and the end of snow”, real-world events over the past few decades simply haven’t played ball. In fact, pesky reality has muddied the waters so much that now global warming also supposedly explains record cold and snow. “Extreme weather” is the new buzz-phrase, but it makes absolutely no sense.
Extreme weather always has and always will occur, but according the IPCC the prevalence and ferocity of such extremes is increasing with human carbon dioxide emissions being the sole culprit–it’s all your fault!
This explanation, however, should be deemed suspiciously simplistic by anyone capable of logical thought –or of even wiping their own ass– yet publicly questioning the theory sees you ostracized, your character brutally assassinated, your qualifications dismissed, and your accolades revoked.
“Global Warming” Can’t Explain Australia’s Extreme Temperature Contrasts
An increase in carbon dioxide cannot be the rationale behind the temperature extremes currently sweeping Australia.
Today’s scientific consensus states that “because the Earth’s polar regions are warming more quickly than the rest of the world, the temperature contrast that drives jet streams has decreased”–this makes for a weak and wavy flow, which in turn sends hot tropical air to unusually high latitudes and drives cold polar air masses to abnormally low latitudes.
“Polar Amplification” is the modern climate change theory in a nutshell. However, at least one insurmountable issue arises when it comes to explaining the southern hemisphere’s extremes: Antarctica isn’t warming.
Satellite data reveals that sea ice extent around the southern pole has actually GROWN over the past 40+years, and also shows that temperatures across the continent have had no real trend.
Looking at today’s NSIDC Antarctic Sea Ice Extent chart (shown below), it is revealed that this year’s extent (as of Nov. 29 or day 334) is tracking comfortably above the 1979 to 1990 average:
According to the AGW “Polar Amplification” theory, Antarctica should be mirroring the trends seen in the Arctic: warming global temperatures should be melting sea ice exposing the darker sea beneath, absorbing the heat and increasing temperatures–but this simply isn’t happening, and yet “polar outbreaks” in the southern hemisphere –caused by a weak and wavy jet stream flow– are on the increase, just as they are in its northern counterpart.
Therefore, there must be another explanation. These “polar outbreaks” aren’t caused, at least not in the most part, by a warming pole, it doesn’t stack up.
One alternative is solar activity.
For the past few years, the Sun has been its quietest for over 100 years — it is logically proposed that this historically low solar activity must be having an impact on Earth’s terrestrial weather and climate, just as every past period of low solar output has that went before it.
Research has shown that when solar activity is HIGH, the jet stream is tight and stable and follows somewhat of a straight path. But when solar activity is LOW, that meandering band of air flowing 6 miles above our heads becomes weak and wavy, and effectively buckles — the jet stream reverts from a Zonal Flow to a Meridional Flow, and, depending on which side of the jet you’re on, you’re either in for a spell of unseasonably cold or hot weather and/or a period of unusually dry or wet conditions.
Australia is serving as a great example of this now, because while temps in eastern regions have climbed to the mid-40s (degrees Celsius) today, Tues, Dec. 1, rare summer snow has fallen across the higher elevations down south, particularly in Tasmania.
“Australians have sweated and shivered on a day of extreme weather across the country,” reports The Daily Mail. And while most media outlets focus their reporting on the heat and the bushfires on world heritage-listed Fraser Island (started by an illegal camp-fire by the way), most are failing to give the extreme cold and snow a mention, with those that do blindly linking the events to the one-size-fits-all theory that is “climate change”–a theory that an unchanging Antarctic comfortably dismisses as bunk.
Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we’re entering a ‘full-blown’ Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as “the weakest of the past 200 years”, with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.
Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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