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Climate Science Arrives At The Pinnacle Of Stupidity                                            

Posted on January 6, 2013        by stevengoddard

It doesn’t get any stupider than this. Climate scientists say that warm air in the Arctic is melting the ice and bringing record cold air to China – causing ice to form there.You really can’t get any stupider than these people are. Do they turn their heater on to cool down the room?   They have invoked the fourth law of climate morondynamics, which allows cold air to generate spontaneously from warm air.



Record chill across China disrupts transport | News | DW.DE | 05.01.2013



We need to bring an end to this madness. Mental zombies have taken over the planet.






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You want to talk stup id?  just look at rats?
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The world in general is getting warmer.

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You want to know what happens during winter?

More global warming means more temperature difference means stronger winds.
Stronger Arctic winds means colder winters.

Hot gets hotter
Cold gets colder
Dry gets drier
Wet gets wetter.

If you can prove the above predictions by IPCC wrong.....you have a case.

Otherwise, you are a rat.......just a rascal rat.
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Trapped in an icy prison: 1,000 ships stranded in frozen ocean as China is gripped by extreme cold snap
  • China is enduring its most brutal cold snap in 28 years
  • More than 1,000 ships are frozen in place in Shandong province
  • Travel across the nation has been severely affected



By SAM WEBB

PUBLISHED: 10:07 EST, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:07 EST, 6 January 2013


Temperatures in China have plunged to their lowest in almost three decades, cold enough to freeze coastal waters and trap 1,000 ships in ice, official media said at the weekend.Since late November the country has shivered at an average of minus 3.8 degrees Celsius, 1.3 degrees colder than the previous average, and the chilliest in 28 years, state news agency Xinhua said on Saturday, citing the China Meteorological Administration.
Bitter cold has even frozen the sea in Laizhou Bay on the coast of Shandong province in the east, stranding nearly 1,000 ships, the China Daily newspaper reported.

                                                                                                 Frozen: A fishing boat trapped in the sea ice on the coast of east China's Shandong province. Reports state China's national average temperature since late November 2012 is 1.3 degrees Celsius lower than usual





China is experiencing unusual chills this winter, with its national average temperature hitting the lowest in 28 years. These children grabbed their sledges to take advantage today
Zheng Dong, chief meteorologist at the Yantai Marine Environment Monitoring Center under the State Oceanic Administration, told the paper that the area under ice in Laizhou Bay was 291 square km this week.
Transport around the country has been severely disrupted.


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Over 140 flights from the state capital airport in central Hunan province were delayed, while heavy snowfall forced the closure of some sections of the Beijing-Hong Kong-Macau Expressway, the China Daily said.


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Glacial beauty: But the cold has severely hit the country's transport network. Trains, road transport and shipping have all been affected




Temperatures in the northeast fell even further, reaching a 43-year low of minus 15.3 degrees Celsius, about 3.7 degrees below the previous recorded average.

One truck driver in southeastern Jiangxi province, caught in a 5 km (3.1 miles) queue caused by a pileup that happened after heavy snowfall, told China Daily the snow and extreme cold had caught him unawares.

'I didn't expect such a situation, so I've brought no warm coats or food. All I can do now is wait,' trucker Yao Xuefeng told the paper.

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cows and rats in the red corner.

scientists in the blue corner.

according to IPCC scientists AGW means................

cold gets colder...until one day, no more winter ice in Arctic................
hot gets hotter.
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one day no one will finance the rats.
that is when rats will disappear.
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