All posts in " Climate "

Agriculture & Global Cooling

By admin / April 22, 2018

  QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Are you familiar with Professor Easterbrook of Western Washington University who agrees with you and is projecting a decline in temperatures for the next three decades? It seems that those who simply claim that it has been getting warmer live in a bubble of biased news. One even said to me that it […]


The Coldest April in 140 Years

By admin / April 21, 2018

The emails have been coming about how it has been snowing well into April. Indeed, we are looking at this April coming in as the coldest in 140 years throughout many regions. It has snowed in Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Philadelphia during what should be spring. This is a sign that the energy output […]


The Atlantic Current if Slowing Down = Global Cooling

By admin / April 17, 2018

  The Atlantic current is slowing down dramatically. A team of scientists says it is the weakest in 1600 years. Naturally, they attribute it to humans who are driving their cars and heating their homes which is melting the ice in Greenland and that is fresh water which is lighter than seawater. They are predicting, of course, it […]


New Jersey Pinelands Show the State was Mostly Underwater Historically

By admin / April 1, 2018

QUESTION: I too live in New Jersey, hopefully not for long. I put my house up for sale to get out of town between the taxes and the climate turning colder, it’s time to leave. But probably half the state is sand and was obviously under water. When the water rushed into the Mediterranean, the […]


Global Warming People will be the Harbingers of Death

By admin / March 30, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I too must agree that somehow we should put your computer in charge. You get the timing right on everything that includes disease and even weather. You have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that everything is connected. We have trade wars brewing and civil unrest with the prospect that war […]


The Mediterranean Sea Also Dried Up in the Past

By admin / March 20, 2018

QUESTION: Enjoyed your article on The Persian Gulf and climate change. In a related topic we did a field trip once to the South of Spain and saw whole cliff faces of gypsum at Sorbas near Almaria. This very thick layer of gypsum is evidence that the Mediterranean Sea had once totally dried up. One explanation is that […]


Canada Covering Up Global Warming Nuts Destroying the Water Supply

By admin / March 7, 2018

COMMENT:  When Government turns on its own citizens. Good day, Martin; This climate change movement here in Ontario, Canada has gone too far. Construction of windmills in a small farming area has contaminated 16 residential water wells with that destroyed the pumps and piping that feed water to farms rendering property values to almost nothing. Driving […]


Climate Change – Catastrophic or Linear Slow Progression?

By admin / March 7, 2018

Indeed, science was turned on its head after a discovery in 1772 near Vilui, Siberia, of an intact frozen woolly rhinoceros, which was followed by the more famous discovery of a frozen mammoth in 1787. You may be shocked, but these discoveries of frozen animals with grass still in their stomachs set in motion these […]


Britain Buried in Snow Thanks to Global Warming & No Food?

By admin / March 5, 2018

The British Government forecasters have issued the first red snow warning in five years as the UK braces for potentially the worst blizzard in more than 50 years. Britain has seen as much snow as the Bizzard of 1962 and of course, they are blaming Global Warming. If it gets hot it is caused by man. […]


When Did Global Warming Theory Begin?

By admin / March 4, 2018

Back in 1967, the International Global Atmospheric Research Program was established, mainly to gather data for better short-range weather prediction, but included climate. The following year, this was the beginning of biased studies which suggested that a possibility of a collapse of the Antarctic ice sheets would raise sea levels catastrophically. They put forth the idea that […]

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