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#431 Rogerdodger

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Posted 09 March 2023 - 12:50 PM

Science: We know so little!

"Established Science" keeps changing!

So many "experts," so little actual knowledge or understanding...

Earth’s inner core may have stopped turning and could go into reverse, study suggests.

The study’s finding, he said, “means that the inner core is now more in sync with the rest of the planet than a decade ago when it was spinning a bit faster.”

 

 

5 Weird Things Happening on the Sun No One Can Explain:

 


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Posted 21 March 2023 - 07:53 PM

Remember the good old days in the 1980's when "Science was Settled" and it would never snow again?

 

...Then came reality of GLOBAL WARMING... and over 50 feet of snow in California in late March 2023...

 

EV batteries love the cold of Global Warming.

 

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#433 Rogerdodger

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Posted 07 April 2023 - 01:34 PM

"Real Scientists" want to know... what they don't know!

 

Does climate have cycles, just as weather is affected by seasons?

Does the ever changing core of the Earth affect anything?

Does the Earth's varying distance from the SUN (perihelion (around January 4th) and aphelion (around July 4th) have any influence?

Do Solar cycles affect the Earth in any way?

Is the  science "settled" or just bought and paid for?

 

Epic California rains expected to take one more bite: Masses of mosquitoes...

Florida brutal drought worsens; Orlando hottest start to year on record...

 

Why Earth’s Inner Core May Be Slowing Down

 

Earth’s inner core appears to have stopped spinning faster than its mantle. New measurements suggest that the rotation of the inner core has slowed in recent decades and is now about to reverse direction, spinning more slowly than the mantle. The finding helps to explain recent changes in Earth’s magnetic field and the length of day.

https://www.theguard...ore-slowed-down


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Posted 27 June 2023 - 09:20 PM

This will be ignored by the bought-and-paid-for Lame$tream New$!:

13 hours ago.

 

Las Vegas failed to reach 100 degrees for 291 straight days.

 

The National Weather Service notes that this broke the all-time longest streak of consecutive days below 100 degrees, which was set in 1964-1965 at 290 days.

 

More Taxe$ on the USA is CHINA'S...er... our only hope to stop GLOBAL WARMING


Edited by Rogerdodger, 27 June 2023 - 09:32 PM.


#435 Rich C

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Posted 28 June 2023 - 07:30 PM

Come down to Texas dude!

 

June 27, 2023

A brutal heat wave is expanding across Texas and the South this week, impacting millions of Americans with triple-digit temperatures and extreme humidity that is cranking up the heat index, making it feel hotter than 110 degrees in some of the region’s most populous cities.

 

But forecasters are warning that there is a more dangerous aspect to this heat wave, and one that is becoming more common because of the climate crisis: overnight temperatures are not cooling down enough, offering little reprieve from the oppressive heat — particularly for people who don’t have access to air conditioning.

 

The National Weather Service highlighted the insidious nature of this week’s heat wave in a statement on Monday, when forecasters at the Weather Prediction Center noted “there may be more danger than a typical heat event, due to the longevity of near-record or record high nighttime lows and elevated heat index readings.

 

Overnight temperature records are expected to far outpace daytime records this week. Around 90 afternoon high-temperature records could be broken across the South, from Texas to the Mississippi Valley and parts of Florida, according to data from the National Weather Service.

 

But overnight temperatures will also stay abnormally high, with potentially 180 nighttime records broken over the next seven days.

 

Hotter nights are a consequence of the climate crisis, scientists have warned. On average, nights are warming faster than days in most of the US, according to the 2018 National Climate Assessment.

 

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Posted 30 June 2023 - 12:32 PM

.Hotter nights are a consequence of the climate crisis, scientists have warned

 

.No mention of concrete and urban heating...Hmmm

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Chinese "Bought and paid for "Science" seems to be very effective in punishing the productive free world, meanwhile...

the Chinese are exempted from environmental restrictions!!!

Meanwhile history shows it's always been hot in some places and cold in others, Floods in some places and droughts in others.

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Nothing new under the SUN!

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Posted 11 July 2023 - 04:28 PM

Check this out. Over the last 100+ years, there has been no increase in the July high temperatures in the US. And that's if you believe the land temperature record (I don't).

https://www.ncei.noa...dtrendyear=2023


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Posted 14 July 2023 - 08:24 PM

no increase in the July high temperatures in the US

 

Where I live, (on earth) the Jet Stream dictates some of our weather patterns.

Maybe even the Sun's activity causes variation.

The famed "Tornado Alley" seems to have moved further South recently.

Also, The inner core of the earth is now starting to gradually spin westward relative to Earth's surface.

 

Today, my wife cancelled her afternoon pool party because

THE WATER WAS TOO COLD IN MID JULY!

 

It is raining now just as it has almost every day in the last few weeks.

Meanwhile other parts of the country on the other side of the Jet Stream are roasting.

My mother lived thru the Dust Bowl which featured extreme cold  followed by extreme drought and heat.

 

All of this Jet Stream movement must be caused by Jets! It is so obvious!

Chem Trails are coming out of jets and the flat earth is powerless to stop it.

Maybe if all of the cars on Earth were placed bumper to bumper on the equator pointing East and stepped on the gas at the same time, we could shorten the length of each day and cool the earth!

The problem is that cold weather kills more people than does heat!


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Posted 15 July 2023 - 03:18 PM

Illinois emerges as the 2023 new hot spot for tornadoes

The Prairie State could soon be known as the tornado state. So far this year, Illinois has seen the most tornadoes in the United States, and the most severe weather events.

 


Edited by Rogerdodger, 15 July 2023 - 03:20 PM.


#440 Rich C

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Posted 16 July 2023 - 09:24 AM

Check this out. Over the last 100+ years, there has been no increase in the July high temperatures in the US. And that's if you believe the land temperature record (I don't).

https://www.ncei.noa...dtrendyear=2023

I would say the using a trend line starting in 1923 is cherry picking the data.  If you go all the way to the beginning which is just 30 years farther back, 1895 forward, there is a decided upward trend visible.

 

https://postimg.cc/mhJLHXn8

 

I would also say that any data showing the max temp in July in the US as 89 degrees is questionable, I don't understand that when it is consistently above 96 degrees here in Houston in July.


Edited by Rich C, 16 July 2023 - 09:27 AM.

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