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UH-OH: GLOBAL TEMPERATURES COOLER NOW THAN WHEN AL GORE WON NOBEL PRIZE FOR GLOBAL WARMING POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

Saturday, August 12, 2017
By Paul Martin

Al Gore was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize based on warnings of future events — the same future events that have not happened. The fact is that global temperatures from 2006-2007 while Gore was basking in the glory of his apocalypse-driven fame were warmer than they are now, and we are still falling off... »

US Department of Agriculture has told staff to censor use of the term ‘climate change’ and replace it with ‘weather extremes’

Tuesday, August 8, 2017
By Paul Martin

The USDA’s public affairs team issued new guidelines after Trump’s election It advises how staff word their discussions of topics involving climate change The edict was leaked in emails from staff at a federal conservation department Employees were instructed on terms to avoid and those to use in their place Critics may view this... »

‘The sleeping giant is waking up’ Hurricane warning as two storms brew in the Atlantic

Monday, August 7, 2017
By Paul Martin

TWO major storms are brewing over the Atlantic, causing hurricane conditions that could hit the Americas, weather forecasters have warned. By SEAN MARTIN Express.co.uk Mon, Aug 7, 2017 One of the storm systems, dubbed 99L, has some of the biggest potential yet of causing a hurricane this year, according to meteorologist Dr Jeff Masters.... »

Get ready for the fall…in temperature! Unseasonably chilly August ahead for the eastern two-thirds of the US with 60F lows lasting up to TWO WEEKS

Monday, August 7, 2017
By Paul Martin

New York City will likely see showers and cloudy skies for most of Monday, Temperatures are likely to stay in the high 60s Sunnier skies are predicted for Tuesday, with temperatures expected to reach into the low 80s The balmy conditions are likely to hold for the rest of the week August is predicted... »

Two dead and nine missing after Typhoon Noru lashes Japan with mudslides and flooding to come

Sunday, August 6, 2017
By Paul Martin

Typhoon Noru is approaching Japan after already devastating southern islands Two people are already confirmed dead with a further nine missing Mainland residents are being warned to expect high winds, waves and floods By SAM MCPHEE DAILYMAIL.COM 6 August 2017 Mainland Japan is bracing itself for Super Typhoon Noru which is fast approaching after... »

Wildfires sweep Corsica and southern Europe as Lucifer Heatwave continues to make Continent sizzle in temperatures reaching 131F

Sunday, August 6, 2017
By Paul Martin

Firefighters continue battling flames across southern Europe as wildfires spread in Corsica and in Spain Comes as the deadly heatwave dubbed ‘Lucifer’ is blamed for the deaths of five people in Italy and Romania Fires have already destroyed about 5,000 hectares on the island of Corsica and continue to wreak havoc French authorities have... »

At least five dead as heatwave christened ‘Lucifer’ continues to cause temperatures to hit 110F across southern Europe

Saturday, August 5, 2017
By Paul Martin

Heatwave across southern Europe sees temperatures reach 110F across Croatia, Romania, Spain and Italy Italian cities are on government health ministry’s maximum heat alert with concerns of more deaths to come By DAVE BURKE and SARA MALM DAILYMAIL.COM 5 August 2017 At least five people have died in the deadly heatwave engulfing southern Europe,... »

Seattle sweats it out: Dangerous Pacific north-west heat wave pushes temperatures to record highs and prompts thousands to buy air-conditioning units – because they never thought they’d need them

Thursday, August 3, 2017
By Paul Martin

National Weather Service predicts record temperatures in the Pacific north-west Seattle, Washington, warned to expect highs of around 104 degrees Residents scrambled for air-conditioners they’ve never needed before Thursday’s low is expected to be Seattle’s warmest in 123 years By JESSICA FINN DAILYMAIL.COM 3 August 2017 The Pacific north-west is seeing temperatures nearing the... »

Delingpole: Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology Caught Erasing Record Low Temperatures

Tuesday, August 1, 2017
By Paul Martin

by JAMES DELINGPOLE BreitBart.com 1 Aug 2017 Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has been caught red handed erasing record-breaking cold temperatures from its data records. The BOM has now been shamed by media investigations into ordering a review of its procedures. But it has yet to provide an explanation as to why it made... »

After denying the existence of GEOENGINEERING, the scientific status quo now claims it can save the world

Monday, July 31, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Lance D Johnson NaturalNews.com Monday, July 31, 2017 Anyone who speaks out about chem-trails is immediately dismissed as a paranoid conspiracy theorist. No one is allowed to question what they see in the sky, even when multiple white gridlines are expanding and falling. Why would the government spray chemicals across the sky and... »