Tens Of Thousands Of Students Go On Strike Over Climate Change
"This is about the future of our planet..."
It's hard to persuade the fooled that they have been and are being fooled, probably by the same demented gang of 'money is god' terrorists behind 9-11 and the war on terror (that may have originated in London, like the Steele dossier).
Let’s Not Be Stupid About Climate Change
The blue area represents cold. Record cold in summer. We are full into summer and winter weather will just not quit. We just had July snow in Poland. Record cold in Germany. July snow in Romania. July snow in Turkey. New all-time July cold record in the Netherlands. Norway mountain passes closed due to snow and cold – in July. Skiing in Colorado on the 4th of July. Record cold in Hungry. Hungary just recorded the country’s lowest ever temperature for July 10, according to the National Meteorological Office.
On July 12, record low temperatures were observed in several cities in Russia. The average daily temperature was 8-10 degrees below normal. This was not observed in these places in the middle of summer for almost 50 years.
It’s winter in the southern hemisphere and Brazil just had the coldest temperature ever recorded. Blizzard conditions haven’t stopped all day at Perisher, in the Ausse Alps, where almost one meter of snow fell this past week. Record cold, snow, rain and even incredible hail storms in so many places they are too numerous to mention.
Imagine standing on train tracks with a bullet train due to run you over and you stand their imagining it is not going to happen but its happening no matter what you think. That describes man-made global warming fanatics trying to imagine away the Grand Solar Minimum and temperatures that are already plunging.
An approaching Grand Solar Minimum is upon us. NASA recent solar cycle 25 prediction reveals it will be the weakest of the last 200 years. The maximum of this next cycle — measured in terms of sunspot number, a standard measure of solar activity level — could be 30 to 50% lower than the most recent one.
The loss of 6 million acres of corn and soybeans to an historically cold and rainy planting season this year will be felt into autumn 2020 and beyond, said the U.S. government last Thursday. The U.S. corn stockpile is expected to fall by 14%, to 2.01 billion bushels. Some believe these are extremely optimistic numbers. See and listen to climate reality videos here and here.
Unrelenting torrential rain is still flooding vast swathes of Southern China destroying homes and crops, causing landslides, and forcing the evacuation of at least 80,000 people. This latest deluge alone is thought to have cost the country up to $400 million (USD), with almost 126,262 hectares (312,000 acres) of farmland either severely damaged or destroyed.