Climate change fanatics—who have blamed white western nations for “heating the planet” with their totally unproven “global warming” theory—have been dealt two body blows recently: the third annual season of record snowfalls across the northern hemisphere, and evidence of ancient life frozen beneath the polar ice caps—indicating that that region was warm over 10,0000 years ago.
In Europe, rescue teams in the Alps are on “avalanche alert after record-breaking snowfall,” according to media.
“Wintry conditions cause disruption in parts of Europe and heavy snow also falls on US
ere was significant snowfall across central and eastern parts of Europe last week, with record-breaking amounts of snow for January in some parts of the Alps. It has been reported that over 3.5 meters (11.5ft) fell in places,” it was reported.
In Russia, record snowfall has hit Moscow, killing one person and downing over 2,000 trees. Over half a meter of snow blanketed the Russian capital by Monday morning in what was already dubbed a “snowfall of the century.”
Reports also reveal that the “wintry conditions have not just been restricted to Europe, with disruptive snowfall impacting parts of the US. A developing area of low pressure moved into cold air over the weekend, bringing heavy snow across an area extending from Kansas to the east coast. The snow was particularly heavy across the midwest, with more than 50cm falling in Montgomery City, Missouri.”
In upstate New York, the world-famous Niagara Falls have frozen solid, while North America’s November 2018 snow cover “set a record for any autumn month in the satellite era,” covering 5.24 million square miles, topping the previous November record of 5.11 million square miles in 2014, according to data from the Rutgers University Global Snow Lab (GSL) dating to 1966.
“Persistent cold from the Northeast to the Plains to the northern and western Gulf Coast and a number of expansive winter storms gave this winter weather season a fast start, driven by a persistent southward nosedive of the jet stream.”
This is the third year in a row that the northern hemisphere has seen record snow falls. In April 2018, for example, it was reported that Billings, Montana, had had the “snowiest winter on record.” Weather records in Billings date to 1934.
In December 2017, snow buried Pennsylvania’s fourth largest city under more than four feet of snow over Christmas, “smashing both local and state snowfall records while hampering holiday travel around the Great Lakes.”
According to the National Weather Service, Erie received 34 inches on Christmas Day, easily topping its previous 24-hour snowfall record. The National Weather Service said Erie had broken Pennsylvania’s previous all-time two-day state snowfall record, set in 1958 when Morgantown received 44 inches.
In March 2000, the climate change fanatics announced to the world that Climate Change meant that “Snowfalls are just a thing of the past.”
The prediction, made by Dr. David Viner of at the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia—an institution was is at the forefront of promoting the “climate change” theory—claimed that within a few years snowfall will become “a very rare and exciting event,” and that “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is.”
Unable to explain the ongoing snow rationally, the climate change proponents have now resorted to the bizarre tactic of blaming the increased snow levels on global warming.
According to a recent article in the Guardian newspaper, the reason for the increased snow is because water temperatures are higher—and “Global warming enhances the current snowfall … Anomalously high sea surface temperatures in the North Sea and Baltic are loading winds from the north with moisture,” tweeted Stefan Rahmstorf of the University of Potsdam.
This of course does not explain the heavy snowfalls in the US or Russia, but this obvious fact does not stop the climate change fanatics from continuing with their obsession.
As if all this was not enough, a new report in the journal Nature revealed that scientists drilling into a buried Antarctic lake 600 kilometres from the South Pole found “surprising” signs of ancient life: the carcasses of tiny animals preserved under a kilometer of ice.
According to the report, crustaceans and a tardigrade, or ‘water bear’ — all smaller than poppy seeds — were found in Subglacial Lake Mercer, a body of water that had lain undisturbed for thousands of years. Until now, humans had seen the lake only indirectly, through ice-penetrating radar and other remote-sensing techniques1. But that changed on 26 December when researchers funded by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) succeeded in melting a narrow portal through the ice to the water below.
Discovering the animals there was “fully unexpected”, says David Harwood, a micro-palaeontologist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln who is part of the expedition — known as SALSA (Subglacial Antarctic Lakes Scientific Access).
The significant part of the report continued:
“The researchers now think that the creatures inhabited ponds and streams in the Transantarctic Mountains, roughly 50 kilometres from Lake Mercer, during brief warm periods in which the glaciers receded — either in the past 10,000 years, or 120,000 years ago. Later, as the climate cooled, ice smothered these oases of animal life.
“How the crustaceans and tardigrade reached Lake Mercer is still a matter of debate. Answers could come as the SALSA team tries to determine the age of the material using carbon dating and attempts to sequence the creatures’ DNA. Piecing together that history could reveal more about when, and how far, Antarctica’s glaciers retreated millennia ago.”
In other words, “climate change” is an ongoing natural cycle, and has been present for millennia. All the evidence points in this direction, and the current obsession is clearly just another liberal drive to blame white people for all the ills, real or imagined, afflicting the world.