Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – You may have noticed it’s a little chilly out there. Yes, it has gotten a bit cold this spring. As a matter of fact, it’s gotten so cold. (How cold is it?) Thanks for asking. It’s so cold that according to Real Science website, which is tracking temperatures via the University of Alabama Huntsville’s GISS satellite system, if the trend holds through May, as currently it is, this will be the coldest spring on record. Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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Mike: You may have noticed it’s a little chilly out there. Yes, it has gotten a bit cold this spring. As a matter of fact, it’s gotten so cold. (How cold is it?) Thanks for asking. It’s so cold that according to Real Science website, which is tracking temperatures via the University of Alabama Huntsville’s GISS satellite system, if the trend holds through May, as currently it is, this will be the coldest spring on record. Now hold on. You may say, [mocking] “So what? It’s just a little anomaly. Who cares?” Hang on. Al Gore and his buddies were predicting — how many of you recall this? In late November, early December, they were out there whining into their weak tea, [mocking] “We’re not going to have a winter. You see, we told you the Earth was setting itself on fire.” Remember there was going to be no ski season? It was never going to snow below the, I don’t know, 30th parallel or whatever, ever again. We totally screwed the entire planet.
By the way, I also just love how the American media, in its irresponsible and fact-less method, just seems to think that if this particular part of this particular hemisphere, meaning the continent of North America, that whatever is happening here in North America is happening on the rest of the globe. That is just not true. There are record winter colds in the last ten years, three or four years in the southern hemisphere. The Antarctic ice sheet continues to build up ice at a very steady rate. The European winters have been cold and the Russian winters have been record breaking. The idea that because it was happening here, ephemerally speaking, that thus it is happening all over is just not true, and it’s certainly not scientific.
What is amazing about this story is that back in November, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration was predicting that March, April and May were going to be one of the hottest on record. I have the story right here. Hell, I even have the graph. They put a map out and they were drawing red and orange and yellow lines over all the places that were going to be broiling hot. For those of you that have been listening to this program for a while, you know that I’m a science buff. You know that I have been for years now studying, along with many others, and trying to get a grasp on what is the driver of our climate. Back in the old days when people had common sense and weren’t relying on science to solve every question, it was just thought that what drives the earth climate? Could it be that giant raging fireball in the sky that we see every day? I don’t know, I’m not saying, I’m just saying. Maybe? Come to find out, fast forward about 8,000 years later, it’s not that, it’s SUVs. It’s carbon dioxide that drives the climate. Everybody knows that. You imbeciles need to get with the program.
Recently it’s been discovered, in addition to the sun and cosmic forces driving the Earth’s climate, that the sun is in a cooling phase. The solar cycles, as they’re called, they rise and fall just like anything else in the organic world. Right now, the sun is on a downward trend. It’s putting out less heat, and more importantly it’s putting out fewer solar flares. This is the amount of UV that ultimately hits the Earth. It would take too long to explain this. I’ve explained it before. When the solar flares subsist, there is more of a chance for cosmic rays to then enter the atmosphere, creates more cloud, creates more refraction, what’s known as refractive albedo. It reflects the sunlight back into space. This is how we go into ice ages if this condition persists. I’m not going to tell you that the condition is going to persist. I’m just telling you that the sun is in a cooling phase right now.
In all likelihood, we will see a couple decades of colder temperature. What that means is, if you care about humanity, in northern climes, the growing season will be shorter, meaning there will be less food production. Less food production means the possibility, if you don’t prepare for it, for more human beings, more people starving. Instead of worrying about a sea level rise of six inches or whatever that you can just move away from if you have to, you ought to really be mortified by the prospect that agriculture is going to get clobbered if this trend continues. Just think about this. If there is snow in northern Arkansas in May, that means you can’t plant anything. This is planting season in Arkansas. We’re already seeing the effects.
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