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#391 Rogerdodger



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Posted 18 February 2021 - 01:29 PM

2000 "Science" vs 2021 Reality:


Where I live, we have just DOUBLED the previous record for days with snowfall at 10 days in a row!

After breaking the all time record low this week we are also nearing the record for hours below freezing, now nearing 300 hours with 2 more days of below freezing forecast.

San Antonio Texas, and even Mexico, are again being blasted with snow.


And now this:




The famous climatologist, Al Roker actually parroted the line that all of this is caused by GLOBAL WARMING!


So far, the efforts have paid off. The number of stories on global warming by television weather people has increased 15-fold over five years, according to data from the Center for Climate Change Communication at George Mason University. If the trend continues this year, there will be more than a thousand stories that touch on climate delivered during local TV weathercasts, up from just 55 such climate stories in 2012.


Edited by Rogerdodger, 18 February 2021 - 01:43 PM.

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Posted 24 February 2021 - 10:29 PM

So after the world famous "climatologist" bought and paid for TV personality Al Roker showed the HISTORIC worldwide cold weather events, he then did as told and parroted the line that all of this is caused by GLOBAL WARMING!


Real Psychologists call it the MISINFORMATION EFFECT.

"The misinformation effect occurs when a person's recall of real memories becomes less accurate because of post-event 'information'."



The misinformation effect occurs when a person's recall of reality becomes less accurate because of post-event "information". For example, in a study published in 1994, subjects were initially shown one of two different series of slides that depicted a college student at the university bookstore, with different objects of the same type changed in some slides. One version of the slides would, for example, show a screwdriver while the other would show a wrench, and the audio narrative accompanying the slides would only refer to the object as a "tool". In the second phase, subjects would read a narrative description of the events in the slides, except this time a specific tool was named, which would be the incorrect tool half the time. Finally, in the third phase, subjects had to list five examples of specific types of objects, such as tools, but were told to only list examples which they had not seen in the slides. Subjects who had read an incorrect narrative were far less likely to list the written object (which they hadn't actually seen) than the control subjects (28% vs. 43%), and were far more likely to incorrectly list the item which they had actually seen (33% vs. 26%).


Are you going to listen to a bought and paid for TV personality named Al... or your own lying eyes?

Edited by Rogerdodger, 24 February 2021 - 10:42 PM.

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Posted 27 February 2021 - 12:37 PM

Why do the Globalist Planners ignore the Urban Heat Island effect?

Could it be because they can't tax it like they want to tax CO2, a tax that is disproportionately applied their enemy. the racist and "unfairly" productive USA?

I have been to the concrete jungle of Las Vegas where the temperature was 115F at midnight while only a few miles away in the desert it was nice and balmy, pleasantly warm.

It used to be that people didn’t need an air conditioning unit if they lived in cities by the San Francisco Bay, such as Berkeley, Oakland or San Francisco. But thanks in part to something called the urban heat island effect, summertime in most Bay Area cities is getting more and more unbearable each year.

The urban heat island effect isn’t just making summer days hotter. It’s also polluting the air people breathe. Sunlight and heat reacts with smog that comes from cars and trucks.

"As temperatures rise above about 80-85 degrees, that reaction speeds up so more and more ground level smog gets created," Abby Young from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District said.


According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the annual air temperature of a city with 1 million people can be 1.8–5.4 degrees Fahrenheit (1–3 degrees Celsius) warmer than its surroundings.


Jersey City heat island photo:






Edited by Rogerdodger, 27 February 2021 - 12:48 PM.