Snowfall Covers 49 States—Including Sunny Hawaii

We had this same phenomena occur last year.  Of course, the clima-junk-science-tologists will blame it all on glow-bull warming:


Snow in 49 states including Hawaii

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – According to national news sources, it is snowing in 49 states across the country including Hawaii where snow has fallen atop Mauna Kea on the Big Island.

Florida is the only state without fresh snow.

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14 Comments on “Snowfall Covers 49 States—Including Sunny Hawaii”

  1. Cora Says:

    I love it. As soon as there is talk of global warming, somewhere in the world there’s a freak snow or temperatures droping. I think, ah so this is global warming.

    • Mondo Rama Says:

      That’s true, but the article doesn’t mention global warming. It’s a filler piece meant to give your granny something to talk about at bridge club.

      The global warming angle is just something that spectators like you glom on to for the purpose of manufacturing something new to be grumpy about. You undoubtedly hear (from people you consider hippies or commies or something, I’m sure🙂 the same thing when it’s hot in the summer (global warming is REAL, it’s HOT out!). Either way, it’s silly.

      As far as global warming, it’s a real (and natural) thing. Our Earth is constantly changing. But the fact is, the Earth is experiencing a warming trend. The interesting debate is over the degree that humans are affecting it. But the fact is, the Earth warmed and cooled on its own, long before humans existed. But that doesn’t mean that humans have or have not not affected the magnitude.


      • “The global warming angle is just something that spectators like you glom on to for the purpose of manufacturing something new to be grumpy about.”

        While you have addressed your comments towards Cora, I feel that you have targeted the wrong person. Your true target should be me. After all, I am the one who brought up the anthropogenic global warning angle, not Cora.

        Therefore, I’ll take it upon myself to respond:

        Obviously, you have a hard time understanding pattern recognition. The pattern is: If it is hot, the anthropogenic global warming alarmists blame it on CO2 from humans. If it is wickedly cold, the anthropogenic global warming alarmists scream and shout about that, too, being caused by C02 increases from humans.

        Therefore, having noted that there appears to be more snow on the ground than what any of the glow-bull warming models predicted there would be, I’m merely making a predictive statement based upon pattern recognition in order to brace our readers for an uptick in the Lame Stream Media’s attempts to sell us on glow-bull warming. They do it every time the glow-bull warming models are blown out of the waters by reality. The article I used was just a conversation starter.

        And, true to form, the LSM and AGW crowd is already gearing up to protect their beloved junk science from criticism:

        http://voices.washingtonpost.com/capitalweathergang/2011/01/does_snow_cover_extent_debunk.html

        You see, it is the AGW crowd who are doing the “manufacturing”; I merely pointed out that they were going to start “manufacturing” something to keep us “grumpy” sheeple from questioning the logic, or lack thereof, behind their beloved AGW junk science.

        The rest of your comments, I somewhat agree with. However, given the rampant manipulation of data sets by clima-junk-scientologists, it is very difficult to conclusively say that the Earth is experiencing a rise in its overall temperature.

        Besides, where do you start your reference point; the Ice Age or the Triassic period? If you start with the Ice Age, then yes; the Earth is obviously warming. However, if you start with the Triassic Period—in which even the polar regions were temperate—then no; the Earth isn’t warming, it’s cooling down.

        So, what’s your reference point? Furthermore, and more importantly, what exactly is the mean temperature for the Earth suppose to be? No one knows for sure. Therefore, as you said earlier, “Either way, it’s silly.”

        Personally, I believe that the whole AGW thing is just another communist-type scam to extract money from the wealthy nations and distribute it to the poorer ones in order to equalize all nations in preparation for a one-world-government run by, who else, the “hippies.”😉

        Cheers

        • Mondo Rama Says:

          It sounds like we agree that witnessing a single weather event (and since human lifetimes are a blip in the ‘grand scheme’ any non-scientific observation by you or me fits into this category) does not really mean much. I don’t agree that it’s one (political or social) group of people that seem to be attempting to attribute meaning to some coincidental event or short-term trend. I have heard just as many people call B.S on ‘junk science’ when, one breezy August day in Phoenix, we got two inches of snow. Fact is, it was a fluke. We know that, doc, because we’re not idiots. But the opportunity seemed like an obvious one to stand up and declare it as proof that there’s no such thing as global warming. A leap just as wild and unsupportable as the global warming alarmists.

          If you are unable or unwilling to even entertain the idea that humans can affect the planet then I’m sure not going to change your mind and no science will either. It’s hard as a non-scientist to understand what to make of it. Like you pointed out, there are groups of people that are skewing the data that we have (as soft as it is) for motivations other than ‘just the facts’.

          Personally, I suspect that there’s probably a bit of truth that humans do have some affect. Are we each responsible for 2.309 dead polar bears? I seriously doubt it, and I’m confident that it’s impossible to measure anyway. I believe that there are other symptoms of humans affecting local weather systems (air quality, polluting water systems, spiking asthma rates in metro areas, etc.) that are easier to measure. So if I try to help by installing CFL or riding my bike to work when I can, then I feel good for being less a part of the problem. I can’t say I saved a single polar bear or even saved a kid from using a rescue inhaler, but maybe if enough people reduce consumption a little but, it could add up to something meaningful (again, hard to measure).

          • tgusa Says:

            The Earth is like a giant grinder and it grinds everything back into what it was or turns it into something else. The people involved have labeled CO2 as a pollutant, do you have any idea how insane that really is, plant food, 100% reusable, a vital part of life on Earth.

            I will tell yopu a story, out here these wrong headed people decided taht an Eagle was endangered, supposedly the vEagles habitat was at some point in history included the Channel Islands. Well they restocked the area with Eagles and now guess what is happening? The Eagles are wiping out every other population of animals by preying on their young. Foxes, other birds, you name it, they are now endangered.

            The knuckleheads saved one species only to de4stroy several others. Wheres the sense in that. Combine that with the fact that over 99 # of species that ever lived have gone extincyt, all without much help from man.

            We do care about the environment and that is why we don’t want these fools anywhere near nature. They believe they are smarter than the rest of us, but was scouting, working on conservation when these fools were putting flowers in their hair and dropping acid in San Francisco. I will be honest with you, I care about nature, the planet, all of it, but these arrogant knowitalls that know nothing, well, they make me sick.

            How much fresh meat do 25 thousand Polar bears eat each year,m prolly alot.

          • tgusa Says:

            The Earth is like a giant grinder and it grinds everything back into what it was or turns it into something else. The people involved have labeled CO2 as a pollutant, do you have any idea how insane that really is, plant food, 100% reusable, a vital part of life on Earth.

            I will tell you a story, out here these wrong headed people decided that an Eagle was endangered, supposedly the Eagles habitat, at some point in history, included the Channel Islands. Well they restocked the area with Eagles and now guess what is happening? The Eagles are wiping out every other population of animals by preying on their young. Foxes, other birds, you name it, they are now endangered.

            The knuckleheads saved one species only to de4stroy several others. Wheres the sense in that. Combine that with the fact that over 99 # of species that ever lived have gone extinct, all without much help from man.

            We do care about the environment and that is why we don’t want these fools anywhere near nature. They believe they are smarter than the rest of us, but was scouting, working on conservation when these fools were putting flowers in their hair and dropping acid in San Francisco. I will be honest with you, I care about nature, the planet, all of it, but these arrogant knowitalls that know nothing, well, they make me sick.

            How much fresh meat do 25 thousand Polar bears eat each year, probably a lot. Personally, I like bears too, but not lots of bears, too many bears is too damn dangerous, I’m happy I was responsible for killing a couple.

            You don’t need to worry about GW too much cause my bet is a virus or something will come along and bring mankind to the brink. Too bad liberals may have aborted the humans that might have survived, we will never know, unlike the Eagle.


          • TGUSA,

            Here’s one I read a couple of days ago that I thought you might enjoy. Seems that the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone has only led to a rapid decrease in the elk population:

            http://uk.news.yahoo.com/22/20110112/tot-environment-us-yellowstone-elk-4b7b872.html

            Who would have thunk it?

            Cheers

          • tgusa Says:

            Thanks, predictable. Yeah, when I was a youngster I always liked the movies such as, Night of the Grizzly, made me want to go out and hunt bears.

            I don’t know how I double posted although I have been experiencing issues with my mouse, could be that.

          • tgusa Says:

            And one more thing, are you going to take responsibility when CFLs start polluting the environment? Landfills, the water table, the Ocean and yes, even peoples homes and businesses. How will you feel if CFLs end up causing vision problems, perhaps impotence or something?

  2. islams not for me Says:

    I wonder if its more like ‘global cooling’ since we seem to have odd winters…

    If it was warm it should wet outside instead of ice and snow.


  3. Just ask the pseudo-scientists–it’s all the fault of global warming, every bit of it. Of course the same case could be made that cancer, polio, and the blind staggers are all the result of global warming. We must remember that global warming is part of the One World agenda, and therefore the truth is not the truth unless it’s on their agenda. “Truth” is that which they want and falsehood is that which they are opposed to. That’s their definition of “truth.”

  4. PAM SHANKLIN Says:

    SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES!!~!!~!!


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