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As Greta, Gore Go Into Hibernation, North America Braces for Another Record Cold Winter

It’s become a familiar pattern of hibernation of recent – come November, all of the leading climatists, like Greta Thunberg, Al Gore et al, will conveniently disappear in winter, along with the legion of ‘green’ journalists, presumably because they all are all keen to avoid their green soapbox being juxtaposed with yet another record-breaking cold front.

For this reason, elite technocrats at the World Economic Forum have been tried to optimize their public relations efforts by scheduling more of their major confabs in the spring, thus avoiding the increasingly freezing backdrop of Davos.

This has always been the fatal flaw in the ecclesiastic climate conversation, namely, it’s constantly being undermined by depressingly predictable weather patterns and solar cycles (and there’s been no noticeable sea level rises either, at least not since official record-keeping began).

This problem is not going away. In fact, it’s only going to get worse, as the planet continues to drift further into an extended solar minimum phase. Translated: we should be worried more about global cooling right now than global warming.

This also comes at a time when disastrous ‘green’ energy policies and government subsidies – have made it almost unaffordable for tens of millions of regular working people (and countless small and medium-sized businesses) across the Northern Hemisphere to heat and power their homes.

Of course, this is seriously bad news for the climate alarmism industrial complex, which further descends into a political economic farce.

As we approach mid-December, the blizzards have already begun to slam the North American continent…

AP News reports…

Blizzard warnings stretched from Montana into western Nebraska and Colorado, and the National Weather Service said as much as 2 feet (61 centimeters) of snow was possible in some areas of western South Dakota and northwestern Nebraska. Winds of more than 50 mph (80 kph) at times will make it impossible to see outdoors in Nebraska, officials said.

“There’s essentially no one traveling right now,” said Justin McCallum, a manager at the Flying J truck stop at Ogallala, Nebraska.

Forecasters expect the storm system to hobble the upper Midwest with ice, rain and snow for days, as well as move into the Northeast and central Appalachians. Residents from West Virginia to Vermont were told to watch out for a possible significant mix of snow, ice and sleet, and the National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch from Wednesday night through Friday afternoon, depending on the timing of the storm.

Best advice: bundle up!

READ MORE CLIMATE CHANGE NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Climate Files






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