Oamenii de ştiinţă: Iernile neobişnuit de reci cauzate de încălzirea globală

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    Marea Britanie doboară record după record de temperatură. În jos. Dar nu vă lăsaţi păcăliţi de logică, îngheţul e o dovadă în plus că încălzirea globală există, Casa Albă a spus-o deja acum un an. “Climate Change”, “Global Warming”, nu vă bateţi capul. Oamenii de ştiinţa pentru asta sînt plătiţi, pentru a veghea la siguranţa Dumneavoastră.

    Aceste mari preotese, “oamenii de ştiinţă”, vor spune ca susul e jos, josul e sus, brazii de Crăciun sînt periculoşi, islamul e religia păcii, frigul năprasnic e dovadă că încălzirea globală există. Totul pentru siguranţa Dumneavoastră! Unde mai pui că au de partea lor ŞTIINŢA…?

    De obicei iernile grele vă pot face să vă gîndiţi că oamenii de ştiinţă au greşit. Dar informaţiile colectate ne dezvăluie adevărul înfricoşător. (credeaţi că vă puteţi relaxa? credeaţi că nu mai e nevoie să vă panicaţi gîndindu-vă la soarta planetei?! n.t.)(…)

    Avem acum dovezi solide care arată că iernile neobişnuit de reci din ultimii doi ani în UK sînt produsul încălzirii altundeva.

    Am salvat urşii polari. Acum încolzirea globablă ucide lei.
    Salvaţi leii!!
    Luptaţi împotriva încălzirii globale care duce la racirea globală.
    Luptaţi împotriva încălzirii globale, deci pentru creşterea temperaturilor, doar-doar vor scadea. Sau ceva de genu’.

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    1. Din cate inteleg eu fenomenul incalzirii globale este unul de medie. Temperatura medie creste cu putin, anual.

      Acest lucru nu inseamna ca temperatura in tot timpul anului creste cu acea variatie.

      De pilda, ca un exemplu foarte simplu, hai sa presupunem ca avem numai doua temperaturi tot anul: jumatate de an 10 grade, cealalta jumatate 22 de grade. Temperatura medie este (10 + 22) / 2 = 16 grade.

      Se poate, de exemplu, ca temperatura medie sa creasca cu un grad, la 17 grade, iar noile temperaturi in timpul anului sa fie 5 grade in prima jumatate, si 29 de grade in cea de-a doua jumatate. Media este (5 + 29) / 2 = 17 grade.

      Acum veniti dvs. si spuneti: cum e posibil sa creasca temperatura medie, daca iarna e mai frig? Oamenii de stiinta sigur mint!

      Exemplul dvs. cu UK e deplasat in exact acest sens. In vara lui 2010 a fost foarte cald (cea mai calda vara inregistrata, iar inregistrarile incep acum 160 de ani). Au fost temperaturi de peste 30 de grade care au durat cu saptamanile, lucru ne-caracteristic unei tari cu temperaturi medii de vara de 15.6 grade.

      “Incalzirea globala” sau schimbarile climatice inseamna in primul rand impredictibilitate si destabilizarea pattern-urilor climatice. Si binenteles, cresterea temperaturii medii anuale (fapt in sine imperceptibil pentru oameni) duce la topirea ghetarilor, fapt bine cunoscut si foarte bine documentat, avand ca efect cresterea nivelului oceanelor, printre altele.

      Acum poate intelegeti ca ironia dvs. este deplasata si poate parea chiar ridicola, pentru ca sugereaza ca nu intelegeti aritmetica elementara.

    2. niav, poate ar fi fost o idee buna ca in loc sa vezi vremea de la televizor, sa iesi afara 🙂
      eu imi amintesc ca 2007 a fost o vara mult mai fierbinte ca cea de anul asta, si o iarna mult mai calda. nu era nevoie sa explici algoritmul si ce inseamna de fapt ca temperatura media globala a crescut, pt ca na, e la mintea cocosului. multumesc oricum.
      apoi, multumesc si ca ai explicat cum e cu destabilizarea patternurilor climaterice. si aia stiam ce inseamna. problema nu este ca nu inteleg ce spun nenii astia, ci ca mint.
      apoi vorbesti de topirea ghetarilor (fapt bine cunoscut si foarte bine documentat). la un pol ghiata se retrage, la altul avanseaza. dar astea sint detalii neimportante, pentru ca contrazic observatiile “specialistilor”.

      in final, esti pe linga subiect. nu despre aritmetica e vorba, ci despre denaturari. ai auzit de climategate, probabil. vrei sa iti arat cum functioneaza?

      te rog sa imi demonstrezi folosind “aritmetica elementara” ca ce vezi mai sus este o ironie deplasata!

    3. What shall we do with the climate skeptics if they don’t shut up?

      Chorus:
      What can you do with a climate skeptic x3
      If they won’t shut up

      1. Tie up their assets in coastal property x3
      Rising expectations

      2. Put ‘em in a desert and ration their water x3
      We’ll see how they like it.

      3. Take ‘em to the artic and make ‘em tread water x3
      ‘Mongst the polar bears.

      4. Lock ‘em in a room with nothing but money x3
      See what good it does them

      5. Make ‘em explain to their children’s children x3
      Why they did not care

      Pe YouTube poarta numele de Warmist hate, the musical.

    4. Cred că totul devine mult mai clar dacă ne amintim că in limba rusă stiintă se spune năuca. Probabil că stiintific se spune năucit.

    5. stiu ca iar o sa’mi atrag oprobiu public dar nu ma pot abtine: niav asta din neamul na’vii e tare zapaug ( care aduce cu nauc).
      si cam uituc. a uitat ca “oamenii lui de stiinta” au prezis ca nu vom mai vedea zapada decat in poze si ca la polul nord vor creste palmierii?
      brusc

      De pilda, ca un exemplu foarte simplu, hai sa presupunem ca avem numai doua temperaturi tot anul: jumatate de an 10 grade, cealalta jumatate 22 de grade. Temperatura medie este (10 + 22) / 2 = 16 grade.

      Se poate, de exemplu, ca temperatura medie sa creasca cu un grad, la 17 grade, iar noile temperaturi in timpul anului sa fie 5 grade in prima jumatate, si 29 de grade in cea de-a doua jumatate. Media este (5 + 29) / 2 = 17 grade.

      ca sa nu mai spun ca:

      “Incalzirea globala” sau schimbarile climatice inseamna in primul rand impredictibilitate si destabilizarea pattern-urilor climatice.

      pai cu toate mijloacele tehnologice din dotare, vremea ramane imprevizibila.
      concluzia mea este ca na’vi asta ori face misto ori e batut rau in cap. saracu’.

    6. ca sa fie clar!

      Global warming ‘will give Britain longer, colder winters’ as melting sea ice plays havoc with weather patterns

      n future we are three times as likely to be hit by bitterly cold winter months because of the changing climate.
      Vladimir Petoukhov, who conducted the study at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact in Germany, said the disappearing sea ice will have an unpredictable impact on the climate.
      ‘This is not what one would expect. Whoever thinks that the shrinking of some far away sea-ice won’t bother him could be wrong,’ he said.
      …….

    7. http://video.foxnews.com/v/4475360/mocked-meteorologist-gets-last-laugh

      l’am gasit si pe youtube:
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkzNmWlCig8
      ( costin, te rog sa embed)

      si, bineinteles parerea leftista despre

      Bozell Column: Fox News Makes You Stupid?

      So it’s not surprising that left-wing bloggers would rejoice when they can write the headline “New Study Proves That Fox News Makes You Stupid.” That’s the Daily Kos headline. According to them, Fox News is “deliberately misinforming their viewers” to help Republicans, who “benefited from the ignorance Fox News helped to proliferate,” as voters “based their decisions on demonstrably false information.”

      deci cum sa traduc: “oamenii de stiinta” au dovedit in urma unui studiu ca daca urmaresti fox news te prostesti.
      deci d’aia e toti liberalii ‘telectuali.

    8. Frozen South: Could be days before thaw comes

      COLUMBIA, S.C. – It could be days before icy, treacherous conditions improve for areas of the South hit by a wintry blast that sent cars sliding off the road, emptied grocery shelves and had officials nervously watching ice-laden powerlines and tree limbs.

      Meanwhile, New York City was about to confront its third snowstorm in less than three weeks, a day after Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration admitted a series of mistakes in its handling of a Christmas weekend blizzard and promised immediate changes. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning from Tuesday evening through Wednesday afternoon, with the heaviest snowfall expected overnight.

      In the South, low temperatures Tuesday were expected to keep snow and ice on the ground a day after snow ranging from several inches to more than a foot blanketed states from Louisiana to the Carolinas — a region where many cities have only a handful of snow plows, if any. Freezing rain in some areas added to the misery and schools around the region remained closed for a second day.

      “The road conditions are very dire at this point,” Joe Turner, a North Carolina Department of Transportation maintenance engineer in Raleigh, said early Tuesday. “The roads are very bad. We urge people to stay at the house.”

      A 7-year-old girl in North Carolina was in critical condition Tuesday a day after she was hit by a van while sledding. Sara King was sledding on a hill in a Charlotte suburb Monday when her sled went into the street and she was struck by the passing vehicle. She was in surgery Tuesday at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, a nursing supervisor said.

      The storm shut down most cities and towns, closed many businesses, and canceled most flights at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the world’s busiest. At least nine people were killed in weather-related traffic accidents.

      Atlanta’s normally bustling downtown area was nearly deserted for the second day in a row Tuesday. And in North and South Carolina, thousands were without power.

      More than 100 passengers who were stranded at a bus station in downtown Atlanta were given sandwiches, blankets and bottled water from a nearby jail.

      “It’s a whole lot better than nothing,” police spokesman Officer Curtis Davenport said.

      While officials across the South urged people to stay home if possible, Steve Mesick said that wasn’t an option for him. The 36-year-old had to go to work at a Columbia, S.C., gas station.

      “You just have to stay off the ice,” Mesick said laughing as he emerged from his car and skated across the ice in the parking lot. “Everyone needs gas, and someone needs to be here.”

      Conditions were unlikely to improve anytime soon. Temperatures should stay below freezing for days, and more snow is predicted. That means treacherous travel conditions could persist until Wednesday or beyond.

      “The problem here is that they’re not used to it, so the equipment and the sanitation removal and the snow removal is not really geared for this kind of situation,” said Tino Grana, 48, of New York City, who traveled to Atlanta to sell art at a downtown trade show.

      Atlanta, which got 4 to 7 inches, has just eight snow plows. The city hired a fleet of 11 privately run trucks to help spread salt and gravel.

      The storm system was expected to spread north to Ohio and could hit the snow-weary Northeast later in the week.

      A number of Ohio school districts canceled classes before any snow fell and the National Weather Service said snow would become more intense by Tuesday afternoon.

      A Christmas blizzard dumped more than 2 feet of snow on New York City and other parts of the region, crippling holiday travel and nearly shutting down major cities. Now, the Big Apple and its suburbs could get 8 to 14 inches of snow, with reduced visibility and wind gusts up to 35 mph, forecasters said. Long Island could get as much as 15 inches.

      The arctic weather began rolling across the South on Sunday, coating bridges and roads with snow, sleet and freezing rain. The governors of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee declared emergencies.

      In Georgia, the storm forced inauguration ceremonies for newly elected Gov. Nathan Deal to be moved inside from the state Capitol steps. Arkansas officials planned to move their inauguration indoors Tuesday.

      Drivers struggled to stay on slippery pavement, and roads were littered with abandoned vehicles. Some motorists got out in the middle of the interstate to push their cars up ice-covered ramps.

      “Towns down here just don’t have the equipment to deal with this much snow,” said Joel Weems, a worker at the University of Mississippi.

      But the latest storm also offered kids — and some adults acting like kids — a rare chance to play in the snow.

      “I’m trying to have a snowball fight with my friend,” said 15-year-old Connor Ormond of Columbia, S.C., as he trotted to a friend’s house, snowball in hand. “This is the most snow I’ve ever seen!”

      In Memphis, 21-year-old Ronni Jupson said the roads weren’t as bad as she feared they would be.

      “I love snow, I’m not going to lie,” she said. “I got really nostalgic. I’m just sad that I have to be an adult and work.”

    9. motto: It`s global cooling, no wait, it`s global warming, no wait, it`s climate change, no wait, it`s global climate disruption.

      ( comentariu din articolul: Deep Freeze Settles On Chicago)

      Chicago is waking up to temperatures so cold Friday morning that a polar bear walking down the street wouldn’t seem out of place.

      But the dangers associated with the cold are no laughing matter.

      As of the 5 a.m. hour, the air temperature was minus 2 at O’Hare International Airport, minus 3 in Waukegan, and minus 6 in both Aurora and DeKalb. The warm spot was Midway International Airport, where the temperature reached a balmy 1 degree above zero.

      But the wind chills are even more frigid — to the point of being dangerous. As of the 5 a.m. hour, the wind chill was 19 below at O’Hare, 17 below at Midway, and 15 below in Waukegan.

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