The Ice Age Cometh! Forget Global Warming!


The Living Force
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Up to 16 inches of early snow, fierce gales, pounding surf slap northern Wisconsin, Michigan

Severe wintry October storms dumps more than a foot of lake-effect snow


The season's first major lake-effect snow event has dumped more than a foot of snow on Lake Superior's leeward shores.

And up to another foot of snow could fall in some spots.

Parts of northwestern Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula picked up more than a foot of snow so far. Marquette set a new daily snowfall record Monday.

Here are some select snowfall reports from the area.


1 ESE Bergland [Ontonagon Co, MI] CO-OP OBSERVER reports SNOW of 11.40 INCH at 8:00 AM EDT -- CO-OP OBSERVER STATION BERM4 BERGLAND DAM.


1 W Ironwood [Gogebic Co, MI] PUBLIC reports SNOW of 14.30 INCH at 4:46 PM EDT --


Flooding surf

High winds over 50 mph drove waves of 10 to 13 feet that caused flooded streets near the shoreline in Marquette, Michigan.



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Temperature extremes: Tens of millions of people under frost and freeze alerts as cold temperatures hit US Deep South


The cold air that's led to snow and sub-freezing temperatures across the Midwest and Great Lakes in the last few days is spreading across the southern United States.

Over 75 million Americans are under frost or freeze alerts as the cold weather moves south.

The temperature in Jacksonville, Florida, reached 42 degrees on Wednesday, with a wind chill that brought the temperature down to 37 degrees Wednesday morning, which marks the earliest recorded wind chill value in the 30s in Jacksonville's fall season.

On Wednesday morning, dozens of records were tied or broken.

Austin, Texas, hit 38 degrees; Jackson, Mississippi, reached 30 degrees; Charlotte, North Carolina, tied its record low of 30 degrees; Kansas City, Missouri, dipped to 25 degrees; and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, hit a low of 16 degrees.

In the Great Lakes region, heavy snowfall combined with leaves still on trees caused many branches to fall on power lines leaving thousands of customers without electricity.

Up to 18 inches of lake-effect snow fell in northern Wisconsin on Monday. Around 18.1 inches of snow fell in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan on Monday and Tuesday, breaking the 2-day snowfall record, the NWS Marquette said.

Other parts of the U.S. aren't experiencing the cooler weather, as Alaska and southern California are both unseasonably warm.

In Alaska, the cities of Juneau, Sitka, Ketchikan, Yakutat, Haines, and Skagway have all had their warmest start to October on record.

The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for parts of Southern California, with temperatures rising into the mid-90s from San Diego to Anaheim this afternoon.
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The Living Force
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Russian scientists, in the relevant fields, have long predicted cooling due to low solar activity. Russia knows where global temperatures are headed. It could be argued that their recent geopolitical maneuverings are tied to this.

“The Sun defines the climate, not carbon dioxide,” so says eminent Russian space scientist, Habibullo Abdussamatov (Dr. Sc. – Head of Space research laboratory of the Pulkovo Observatory).

Observations of the Sun show that carbon dioxide is “not guilty” for the steady increase in temperature observed over the past few decades, he continues, and that what lies ahead in the coming years is not warming but a global and very prolonged bout of cooling.

“We should fear a deep temperature drop — not catastrophic global warming,” warns Abdussamatov, who was one of the researchers featured in the 2009 U.S. Senate Report of More Than 700 Dissenting Scientists Over Man-Made Global Warming.

“Humanity must survive the serious economic, social, demographic and political consequences of a global temperature drop, which will directly affect the national interests of almost all countries and more than 80% of the population of the Earth.”

Abdussamatov (2012) … for more.

Although the most prominent, Abdussamatov is far from the only Russian scientist forecasting cooling.

Alexander Makarov, director of the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, told reporters this week that lower air temperatures and much larger volumes of ice are expected in the Arctic over the coming years.

“According to certain estimations, before 2050, ice in the Arctic will remain 100%,” he said. “Moreover, the forecasts say we are entering a stage of certain chilling, which is related to the 70-year chilling-warming cycle. In fact, within a few years, the situation along the Northern Sea Route will change rather substantially.”

Answering claims of so-called ‘catastrophic anthropogenic global warming’, Makarov points out that ice conditions are not changing as unambiguously as the models foretold, noting that there is no linear decrease in ice.

“This year, at the end of August, we saw more ice in the Chukchi Sea — to the highest levels in over 20 years,” added Makarov.

Top Climate Scientist Slams Climate Alarm: Carbon Dioxide Is A “Particularly Ridiculous” Choice As A Pollutant


Across Europe, governments are scrambling to prevent blackouts this winter. But success will largely be determined by the weather.

Western analysts say Putin is hoping for a cold winter after cutting Russian gas exports to Europe.

Another cold season, like that suffered in 2010/2011 or something akin to 2018’s “Beast from the East”, would likely result in untold hardships that could weaken EU resolve in the Ukraine.

“Europeans will go through the worst of it this winter,” said Eliot A. Cohen, a war historian and security expert at the the Center for Strategic and International Studies at Johns Hopkins University.

In recent months, nations have slashed their gas consumption in order to save supplies for winter. Europe has been racing to fill up its strategic reserves, buying in extra supplies at record prices from the likes of Algeria, Qatar, Norway and the United States.

The measures have worked. As it stands, EU stocks are at around 90% capacity: “Europe is well-placed to go through the winter under normal weather conditions,” said Alireza Nahvi, a research associate at Wood Mackenzie.

Seasonal weather forecasts have become unusually important.

Europe’s Copernicus Climate Change Service says it’s still too early to make confident predictions re. the upcoming winter; in the same breath, though, the service adds that initial indications suggest that it will be warm overall. It must be noted, however: this government-funded agency uses data from the likes of the ‘warm-mongering’ UK Met Office and Météo-France, meaning anything it says should be taken with a handful of salt. Much like USDA crop reports, the aim of this Copernicus is to settle markets and push an agenda, not to roil them with unwanted realities.

To conclude, a winter with average temperatures combined with a gas reduction of 9% should see Europe make it through the winter months without any major disruptions, so says the International Energy Agency (IEA), a consultancy financed by Western nations, who recently ran the numbers.

However, if the continent suffers a winter that is colder-than-average, even slightly, that will put immense pressure on the gas system,” cautions Gergely Molnar, an IEA gas analyst, with brownouts/blackouts during the coldest stretches of the year likely.


As predicted —nailed a week ago by the GFS— a truly fierce Arctic outbreak has gripped much of the United States.

And while the AGW Party and their MSM lapdogs point to the pocket of heat in the Northwest and declare a ‘cLiMaTe EmErGeNcY’, the fact remains that a bout of record-breaking, unprecedented cold is sweeping two-thirds of the CONUS.

Over the past 24-hours alone, hundreds of low temperature benchmarks have been busted:

Rather than evidence of CO2-induced ‘cLiMaTe ChAnGe’, however, North America’s current setup demonstrates a low solar activity-induced weakening of the jet stream — from its straight ZONAL flow to a wavy MERIDIONAL one:

Swings between extremes‘ become the predominant feature during bouts of reduced solar output, with your ‘extreme’ determined by which ‘side’ of the jet stream you’re on: If you’re located ‘above’ the JS, you’re on for record-challenging cold dragged down from the Arctic, whereas if you’re ‘under’ it, you’re set for anomalous heat pulled up from the tropics (in the NH).

What alarmists call ‘cLiMaTe ChAnGe’ can be fully explained by this mechanism — a wavy jet stream exaggerated by low solar activity:

This setup will be the driving force of America’s weather next week, too.

Looking at the latest GFS run (shown below), the Northwest’s anomalous heat is about to ‘swing’ to record-challenging cold, cold that will also extend to central and eastern regions of the CONUS as the month progresses and Halloween nears:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Oct 24 – Oct 29 [].

The early-season snow totals are just as impressive, with feet forecast for states such as Montana, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado:

GFS Total Snowfall (inches) Oct 19 – Nov 4 [].

Winter is here for many.

I hope you heeded the warnings and prepared.


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"With its strong preference to peak during boreal winter and rapidly decay in spring (known as “phase-locking”), and quasi-periodic oscillations of 2–7 years, historically, ENSO rarely maintains for long in either its cold phase (La Niña) or warm phase (El Niño). However, since the turn of the current century, three instances of so-called “double dip” La Niña events have occurred, in 2007–09, 2010–12 and 2020–22."



The Living Force
Russian scientists, in the relevant fields, have long predicted cooling due to low solar activity. Russia knows where global temperatures are headed. It could be argued that their recent geopolitical maneuverings are tied to this.
Amazing how little public science advancement was made to develop and secure new heating technologies in the last 100 years.
Instead Tools of Oppression: Big Brother Satellites, military war tech, computers, gene-editing - tools to help totalitarian control is supported & financed to a maximum level.

While groundbreaking and in all-conditions absolutely working, new technologies that do not rely on fossil fuels and could enable billions of people to heat & light their homes & cook are completely missing.

This alone proves the unwashed masses of Sheeple are sentenced to extinction by the Super Rich.


The Living Force
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David DuByne of ADAPT 2030 update:

Well done. Here are a few of his points:

"Resource Nationalization" Countries will have stopped exporting food-goods by November/December of this year.

Year without summer has already started in New Zealand.

Finances being swept up around the globe.

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The Living Force
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Here is the begging tag that the Guardian appends to all their online articles. And oh wow, any press related to human-caused boiling seas and such will never have to hide behind a paywall thanks to donors like us! :thdown:
I'm thinking maybe they wouldn't need to beg if they trimmed some of the fat (like their 'huge global team of climate writers').


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A harbinger of things to come.

Major Storm Brings Snow To The West - Seismic Swarm Iceland - Geomagnetic Storm Watch - Green Mining
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For what its worth Farmers' Almanac's winter prediction and also NOAA's - perhaps not surprisingly at odds with each other.

Farmers' Almanac declares parts of US 'hibernation zone' with predicted 'glacial, snow-filled' winter


Many Americans have been broiling through an above-average summer, but if the Farmers' Almanac winter forecast is right, some parts of the nation are heading for a polar opposite experience this winter.

Their annual whimsical forecast is hinting at a particularly harsh winter across much of the North with "real shivers" that "might send people in the Great Lakes areas, Northeast and North Central regions hibernating."

In fact, their forecast map declares much of the upper Midwest a "Hibernation Zone" with a "glacial, snow-filled" winter head with temperatures forecast to drop as cold as -40 in the North Central states in mid-January which would be near record territory for some cities (such as Fargo, North Dakota) if such forecasts came to pass.

While temperatures wouldn't be that cold in the Northeast, the Almanac is predicting "significant shivers" there. Even in the Southeast, whose forecast isn't particularly snowy, is still looking at a "shivery, wet and slushy" winter, according to the Almanac.

As for the Southern Plains, expect the brunt of winter to come in January, with heavy snow predicted in the first week of 2023 in Texas and Oklahoma.

If shivering is not your thing, head west. The Almanac forecasts continued drier than normal conditions across the parched Southwest and Intermountain West while the Pacific Northwest is tabbed as "brisk" but with normal precipitation. That would make for a wet winter as "normal" winter is the wettest time of the year up there.

NOAA: Agree to disagree on winter forecast

Which is predicting a greater-than-average chance of a warm winter across the Southwest, Southern Plains and the entire Eastern Seaboard.

On the other hand, it's the Pacific Northwest leaning toward another chilly winter.

The Farmers' Almanac's shiver-fest forecast is in conflict with NOAA's current winter forecast.

You are a couple of months ahead, so just adding the North 49th latitude for same:

Canada’s Extended Winter Weather Forecast 2022-2023​

2022-2023 Canadian Extended Weather Forecast

A Potpourri Of Precipitation And Unreasonably Cold Conditions Ahead!

The first day of winter (the shortest day of the year) is Wednesday, December 21, 2022. But that doesn’t mean that the cold, snowy weather will wait until then. When will the temperatures start to drop? Are there any big snowstorms predicted to hit before the winter solstice? What is the extended winter weather forecast for 2022-2023?

Got flannel? Hot chocolate? Snowshoes? If not, you may want to go get some. According to our extended forecasts, 2022-2023 will be remembered as a time to shake, shiver, and shovel—a winter season filled with plenty of snow, rain, and mush as well as some record-breaking cold temperatures!

To Shovel Or Not To Shovel?

Based on our extended weather forecasts, the winter season will be quite stormy for most areas. An active storm track will travel across eastern North America, running from the western Gulf of Mexico to the northeast—across the New England region of the US and up into the Maritime Provinces.

This means that places to the south and east of the storm track (the Maritimes) will see a good number of cold rains and storms filled with snow, sleet, ice, and rain. Areas north and west of this active track—Labrador, Newfoundland, Quebec, Ontario, and the Great Lakes—will more often-than-not will see winter’s precipitation fall as snow, and sometimes a lot of it.

The Prairie Provinces will be hit the hardest this year with tons of snow in both January and February.

British Columbia should see about average amount of winter precipitation, but with brisk temperatures, skiing should be decent this upcoming season.


Snow Days Ahead!

The last half of January looks quite stormy. A decent amount of snow is expected in Ontario, Quebec (January 20-23) and the Prairie Provinces (January 24-27). In February, especially for Eastern areas, there’s a possible Nor’easter that may drop as much as 30-60 centimeters (12-24 inches) of snow in some areas just after Groundhog’s Day.

Shake & Shiver​

The big shake-up this winter season will be frigid temperatures that will flow into many areas—especially across the Rockies and Prairies. During the month of January, Canadians may see one of the coldest arctic outbreaks in recent years.

More Winter Storm Warnings

There will be many significant weather disturbances that will cross the nation, but we are raising “red flags” for the first week of January across the Rockies and Prairies, with the potential of heavy snows, followed by a sweep of bitter cold air.

We’ll raise another red flag for January 16-23, 2023, across the eastern two-thirds of the country where our extended forecast points to bouts of heavy snow and rain, followed by what might be one of the coldest outbreaks of arctic air we have seen in many years. How cold? Try 40° below zero (a number that’s the same in Fahrenheit and Celsius).

Finally – after the vernal equinox on March 20, 2023 – when we’re supposedly into spring, expect a lion-like end to March with a wide-variety of weather ranging from heavy snows to torrents of rain to gusty thunderstorms and stormy weather across much of the nation.

As always, wait and see, and be prepared...


Jedi Master
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Glacier Route 1-West Glacier Park to 5 miles west of Marias Pass are scattered snow and ice, and from 5 miles west of Marias Pass to Junction Montana 49 North-East Glacier Park are snow covered in Montana. They've also already closed the Road to the Sun in Glacier National Park.


The Living Force
When I thought of a new Ice Age, I must admit I wasn't thinking in terms of the Geographical Poles being in a completely different spot from where they were in the last Ice Age.... (30 degs off?) One tends to think of the Poles staying in the one position and not moving.... :scared:

I'm reading Pierre's book "Cometary Encounters" and if the Poles were in a different location, it would explain why ice sheets were where they were....

I'm still trying to get my head around the forces necessary to do that Pole shift!


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The following is a post from a popular meteorologist (who pushes global warming) noting the cold anomalies recorded today in South America and Australia:
Very impressive and widespread cool weather in South America and Australia right now.
These anomaly maps show how much warmer or cooler it is compared to average.
= cooler than average
= warmer than average

- post can be found here: Bei Facebook anmelden
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