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Three of Next Five Winters Could be as Cold or Colder

This winter is on track to become the coldest for the nation as a whole since the 1980s or possibly even the late 1910s. According to AccuWeather.com Chief Long Range Forecaster Joe Bastardi, three or four out of the next five winters could be just as cold, if not colder.

“Cold is a lot worse than warm,” Bastardi said, “and that’s why your energy bill goes up during the winter time: because of the fact that it takes a lot to heat a house.” AL GORE: THE SNOWSTORMS ARE CAUSED BY THE ‘WARMING’…The fruits & nuts are everywhere!

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One Response to “Three of Next Five Winters Could be as Cold or Colder”

  • Loren:

    It should be a safe bet to agree with Mr. Bastardi. We are slowly coming out of the longest quiet sun period, low or no sunspots, in modern times. Why does that matter? Because of the documented Maunder Minimum. The lack of a Maunder Minimum on the IPCC hockey stick graph is what triggered real scientists to question the IPCC conclusions. The IPCC also “adjusted” out the Medieval Warm Period (MWP). Real scientists were not aware of, or ignored, the IPCC because they don’t consider the UN as a credible scientific body. Only when amateurs raised questions in blogs and forums did scientists really take interest. They got “real” interested when it became apparent bad science was being used to formulate government policy.

    Since 2004: 820 spotless days – Typical Solar Min: 486 days.

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