The recent release of the UN IPCC report (5th) on climate change has some very disturbing news. I was looking forward to not having freezing cold winters and icicles hanging from my gonads. The extra co2 would have really made the garden flourish with zucchini coming out my touch hole. But, NO! The report had to screw up all my plans for running in the streets half naked with scantily dressed women.
The IPCC has called off the alarm and now proclaims nothing of any grave global warming importance will occur in the 21st century. The IPCC now believes that in the 21st Century, Atlantic Ocean circulation collapse is “very unlikely,” ice sheet collapse is “exceptionally unlikely,” and catastrophic release of methane hydrates from melting permafrost is “very unlikely.” (Chapter 12 Table 12.4)
Where will this leave all those scientist that proclaimed it was the end of the world. You know the ones that were paid for by the carbon tax collectors and governments that had money signs in their eyes. My guess is they will try to keep the scam percolating in the brewer to maintain their income potential.

Ice 2

On their respective blogs Anthony Watts and Roger Pielke, Jr. provide excerpts about extreme weather from Chapter 2 of the IPCC report. Among the findings:
◾“Current datasets indicate no significant observed trends in global tropical cyclone frequency over the past century … No robust trends in annual numbers of tropical storms, hurricanes and major hurricanes counts have been identified over the past 100 years in the North Atlantic basin.”
◾“In summary, there continues to be a lack of evidence and thus low confidence regarding the sign of trend in the magnitude and/or frequency of floods on a global scale.”
◾“In summary, there is low confidence in observed trends in small-scale severe weather phenomena such as hail and thunderstorms because of historical data inhomogeneities and inadequacies in monitoring systems.”
◾“Based on updated studies, AR4 [the IPCC 2007 report] conclusions regarding global increasing trends in drought since the 1970s were probably overstated.”
◾“In summary, confidence in large scale changes in the intensity of extreme extra-tropical cyclones since 1900 is low.”

The United Nations Environment program (UNEP) published the alarming detail in 2005 predicting climate change would create 50 million refugees by 2010. Where did all those sweating refugees go, not here I can tell you that. By 2011 UNEP were quietly taking down the documents in attempt to hide the mistake. Did they know something rotten in Demark?
What of all the funded and subsidized energy programs, such as renewable energy. Solar panels and wind generators covering the entire landscape. Tell me again how many of these have been abandoned when the tax dollars ran out. will have to go underground due to the fact that true science has come to the conclusion that 350 PPM Co2 is not enough and we may be headed for a potential ravaging global cooling. The SSRC ( is warning of a major cooling throwing the planet into a possible mini ice age. Which would deal more of catastrophic outcome than global warming ever could. Hard to grow crops to feed the world in subzero weather, unless a GMO has been developed to grow corn already frozen.

“This cold era is expected to last for approximately 22 to 33 years with the coldest temperatures to be seen during the 2020’s and 2030’s either side of the bottom year of the cycle in 2031, and have temperatures on the order of that observed during the Dalton Minimum (1793-1830). We have already seen the early signs of the new climate with record cold winters globally for some of the past four years. During the winter of 2011-2012, while the central and eastern USA experienced a relatively warm winter, Europe and Asia had a difficult winter. We have entered a period of record temperature setting both hot and cold. This trend of highly variable extremes of both hot and cold within a general trend of globally declining temperatures is fully characteristic of the transition between climate changes.”

Get ready for early snow and frigid winters.

I suppose I’ll have to dig out the old fur lined swimming trucks.

The sun so hot I froze to death