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Posted 29 May 2021 - 10:38 PM

Locally, our soil temperature is well below "normal" and my tomatoes are rotting on the vine in this damp, cool weather.

As this record, rainy, cold spell continues here in fly over country...we are not alone.





The unofficial start to summer is here, but for tens of millions of Americans across the Midwest, mid-Atlantic and Northeast, it sure isn’t going to feel much like summer.

In the Northeast, daily high temperatures Saturday could be as much as 20 degrees below normal and even challenge records in places.


Meanwhile, Florida is still not under water as promised.

Edited by Rogerdodger, 29 May 2021 - 10:48 PM.

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Posted 11 June 2021 - 10:51 AM

You gotta love this kind of "Climate Change" In a story the fake news will not highlight:


May 2021:

"The first time there has not been an EF-3 tornado since record-keeping began!"

May also saw the eighth fewest tornado watches on record and just eight significant (EF2+) tornadoes.


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Posted 13 June 2021 - 09:41 AM

BREAKING NEWS...      That you won't hear on the Agenda News

Coldest day in 37 years causes ‘sea smoke’ on famous Australian waterway.

The lowest high temperature Sydney has recorded since July 3, 1984.

Temperatures fell even farther by Thursday morning, with Observatory Hill in Sydney hitting a low temperature of 41F.


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Posted 16 June 2021 - 11:12 PM

I'm loving this one:

"White New Zealander" is too white to represent the Climate Change religion!


"The fight for climate justice should be led Indigenous voices and needs, not Pākehā [white New Zealander] ones.”



The Auckland, New Zealand, chapter of a climate organization inspired by activist Greta Thunberg  disbanded itself on Saturday because it was a “racist,” “white-dominated space,” the group announced in a Facebook post on Saturday.

“There is a real need to cede space to Indigenous-led kaupapa [policy] and to transform the movement so that it can properly uphold the collective aspiration of climate justice,” Hanford said. However, “I’m a little concerned that this sends a message of division or that not everyone is needed.”

Edited by Rogerdodger, 16 June 2021 - 11:19 PM.

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Posted 18 July 2021 - 11:55 AM

"The worst disaster ever to strike California"


Climate Myopia is a disease caused by a lack of historical knowledge.


So when today's headlines declare "The worst disaster ever to strike California,"  check out the known, but limited history.


The Great Flood of 1862 was the largest flood in the recorded history of Oregon, Nevada, and California, occurring from December 1861 to January 1862. It was preceded by weeks of continuous rains and snows in the very high elevations that began in Oregon in November 1861 and continued into January 1862. This was followed by a record amount of rain from January 9–12, and contributed to a flood that extended from the Columbia River southward in western Oregon, and through California to San Diego, and extended as far inland as Idaho in the Washington Territory, Nevada and Utah in the Utah Territory, and Arizona in the western New Mexico Territory. The event dumped an equivalent of 10 feet of rainfall in California, in the form of rain and snow, over a period of 43 days.[1][2] Immense snowfalls in the mountains of the far western United States caused more flooding in Idaho, Arizona, New Mexico, and Sonora, Mexico the following spring and summer as the snow melted.

The event was capped by a warm intense storm that melted the high snow load. The resulting snow-melt flooded valleys, inundated or swept away towns, mills, dams, flumes, houses, fences, and domestic animals, and ruined fields. It has been described as the worst disaster ever to strike California.


The weather pattern that caused this flood was not from an El Niño type event, and from the existing Army and private weather records, it has been determined that the polar jet stream was to the north as the Pacific Northwest experienced a mild rainy pattern for the first half of December 1861. In 2012, hydrologists and meteorologists concluded that the precipitation was likely caused by a series of atmospheric rivers that hit the Western United States along the entire West Coast, from Oregon to Southern California.



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Posted 23 September 2021 - 09:35 AM

Growing Number Of Young Suffering From 'Climate Change Anxiety'...

The climate anxiety study found four in 10 young people around the world are hesitant to have children as a result of the climate crisis.
Researchers say the only cure for climate anxiety is governments around the world taking real action to protect the environment.

It reminds me of what I heard in Sunday School:
"People will be terrified at what they see coming upon the earth, for the powers in the heavens will be shaken."

"Look, the days are coming when people will say, ‘Blessed are the barren women, the wombs that never bore (children)."

 "At that time ‘ they will say to the mountains and hills (governments?), “Cover and protect us!”

Edited by Rogerdodger, 23 September 2021 - 09:36 AM.

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Posted 26 October 2021 - 08:29 PM

I coined the phrase "Climate Myopia" because there is so much near-sighted foolishness presented incessantly by the "Industrial-Media-Climate-Change-complex.  Their U.N.- driven 2030 Agenda motives are very questionable at the least.



Historians pinpoint the very 'worst year' ever to be alive was 536!

The skies went dark.

From early 536 to 537, they stayed dark. Across much of eastern Europe and throughout Asia, spring turned into summer and fall gave way to winter without a day of sunshine. Like a blackout curtain over the sun, millions of people across the world's most populated countries squinted through dim conditions, breathing in chokingly thick air and losing nearly every crop they were relying on to harvest.


Weather patterns were severely affected by the blocked sunlight, leading to summer snowfall in China and the lowest temperature levels in more than 2,300 years, according to recorded historical accounts and climate reconstruction analysis.

In the Middle East, China and Europe, a dense fog was an inescapable daily nightmare while widespread agricultural challenges in Ireland resulted in a "failure of bread from the years 536–539 AD," according to The Gaelic Irish Annals.


"Ancient eyewitnesses report that the sun stopped shining brightly for 14-18 months," McCormick said. "The result was several years of failed harvests, famines, causing migrations and turbulence across Eurasia."


Got solar panels? LOL!


"536 was just the beginning of a very tough time."

The food shortages caused by the sudden cooling in many parts of Eurasia weakened the populations and made them more susceptible to the plague."

Today COVID-19 is terrible, but compare the death rate for bubonic plague," he continued, pointing to the 1.8% case-fatality ratio in the U.S. compared to the 40% to 60% mortality rate for untreated bubonic plague, (later known as the he Black Death).


The 6th-century pandemic was still responsible for destroying at least one-third of the eastern Roman Empire population, leading to its collapse.


The Mount Tambora eruption also led to a similarly bleak year, as much of 1816 was also shrouded in darkness, leading to unprecedented low temperatures and hundreds of thousands of deaths from the eruption and starvation due to that season's failed crops. That time period became known as "The Year Without a Summer." In the United States, snow fell in June in New York and Maine while heavy frosts and ice storms occurred as late as July in the region.


Thankfully, we have been warming up since these deadly events.

More people still die each year from cold weather than die from "Global Warming."

Edited by Rogerdodger, 26 October 2021 - 08:38 PM.

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Posted 01 November 2021 - 12:41 AM

Climate change is real! Embrace it! Follow the Science!


Fossilized charcoal shows once-temperate Antarctica was often hit by wildfires


Antarctica’s frozen landscapes are the epitome of ice.

But millions of years ago, fire regularly ravaged the continent. That’s the conclusion of new research that found evidence of regular fires about 75 million years ago.

Published in the journal Polar Research, the research draws on fossilized charcoal from James Ross Island off the continent’s northeastern tip. During the Cretaceous period, when dinosaurs roamed the planet, Antarctica was covered by a temperate rainforest with a diverse set of plants and trees including conifers and angiosperms, a category that covers about 300,000 species of flowering plants.

The discovery adds more evidence to the theory that Antarctica — both its islands and the main continent — was no stranger to wildfire.


 "Antarctica was often hit by wildfires!" Is a headline story you will not hear on the nightly False Prophet Media.


And not a carbon spewing, gasoline powered SUV anywhere in sight!

Edited by Rogerdodger, 01 November 2021 - 12:56 AM.

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Posted 15 August 2022 - 03:10 PM

'Megafloods' could devastate California, new study says...


1862 Climate Change!
In 1862 a California flood killed an estimated 4,000 people and one-third of all property in the state was destroyed, including one-fourth of its 800,000 cattle, which either drowned or starved.

It created "a huge inland sea …  a region at least 300 miles long," leaving Central and southern California underwater for up to six months.
Floodwaters stretched as wide as 60 miles across.
And the Great Flood of 1862 was also preceded by drought, just as today.
UCLA researchers studying "megafloods" say "megastorms" typically happen every 100-200 years.
So even though history shows that this has happened regularly, it's now called CLIMATE CHANGE."

As politicians say: "Never Let A Good Crisis Go To Waste!"  (real or invented).

Then they can take over more control and freedom from the citizens, and of course, raise taxes.

Edited by Rogerdodger, 15 August 2022 - 03:16 PM.

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Posted 24 August 2022 - 06:01 PM

Remember Al Gore's promise after Katrina?

2006: The warming ocean could fuel more frequent and more intense Atlantic hurricanes.

2016: Hurricane frequency has dropped somewhat; hurricane intensities haven’t changed much — yet.


Gore’s prediction fits right in with the rest of his comrades in the wild-eyed environmentalist movement. There’s a veritable online cottage industry cataloguing hysterical, failed predictions of environmentalist catastrophe. Over at the American Enterprise Institute, Mark Perry keeps his list of “18 spectacularly wrong apocalyptic predictions” made around the original Earth Day in 1970.

The effect of climate change on hurricane intensity and hurricane frequency is complex and scientists are continuing to study the connection. Hurricanes in the North Atlantic region have been intensifying over the past 40 years but not elsewhere in the world.



Hurricane season on verge of rarely seen August without named storm!

Edited by Rogerdodger, 24 August 2022 - 06:02 PM.