Thursday, January 17, 2008

More Djembe Drum

http://www.cphpost.dk/get/105114.html
"On Disko Bay in western Greenland, where a number of prominent world leaders have visited in recent years to get a first-hand impression of climate change, temperatures have dropped so drastically that the water has frozen over for the first time in a decade."

Yes, this proves that climate does change.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenland
"Data obtained from ice cores indicate that between AD 800 and 1300 the regions around the fjords of the southern part of the island experienced a relatively mild climate similar to today. Trees and herbaceous plants grew in the south of the island and the prevailing climate initially permitted farming of domestic livestock species as farmed in Iceland."

Humans must have secretly been driving gas-guzzling SUV's and using too much toilet paper in 800 AD.

http://en.rian.ru/analysis/20080103/94768732.html
"The real reasons for climate changes are uneven solar radiation, terrestrial precession (that is, axis gyration), instability of oceanic currents, regular salinity fluctuations of the Arctic Ocean surface waters, etc. There is another, principal reason—solar activity and luminosity. The greater they are the warmer is our climate. "

"Astrophysics knows two solar activity cycles, of 11 and 200 years. Both are caused by changes in the radius and area of the irradiating solar surface. The latest data, obtained by Habibullah Abdusamatov, head of the Pulkovo Observatory space research laboratory, say that Earth has passed the peak of its warmer period, and a fairly cold spell will set in quite soon, by 2012. Real cold will come when solar activity reaches its minimum, by 2041, and will last for 50-60 years or even longer."

Well, I'm just glad that Al Gore and the "experts" have reached a consensus on this one.

http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/news/local/bay_environment/blog/2008/01/global_warming_protest_snowed.html Many of the protesters who endured the cold to chant "Stop Global Warming!" said they didn't think the snowfall conflicted with their message. Davey Rogner, a 22 year old student at the University of Maryland College Park, beat on an African Djembe drum to rev up the crowd. He said the snow was a "gift" to remind eveyone about how rarely Maryland has been blanketed with beautiful white in recent years as temperatures have increased.

We have reached the point where people are protesting warm weather and chanting for miserable living conditions.

http://www.allheadlinenews.com/articles/7009739004
Russians are bracing for temperatures of as low as minus 55 degrees Celsius (minus 67 degrees Fahrenheit) in Siberia as Russia's emergencies ministry warns on Wednesday of its impending dangers in the coming weeks.

The freezing temperatures have already caused overloading of electricity grids and power interruptions in the regions of Irkutsk and Tomsk because of overused heaters in homes. Two people have already died and more than 30 others hospitalized with forst-bite in Irkutsk, reports AFP citing state media.

Don't they realize that this "beautiful white" is a "gift"? Incidentally, if the global warming nuts were really concerned about human life don't you think they might want to consider the fact that cold literally kills people? How many people have died from global warming again? Anyone, Bueller, Bueller...?

2 comments:

mobil'homme said...

If you focused more on beating your Djembe drum and less on integrating your so called "facts" you would realize that it's not about how many people have died from global warming. It's about listening to the planet, trying to understand what she wants, and accepting her gifts--whether they kill you or not.

Doug Reich said...

I agree but I find its often hard to hear Her over the djembe drum.