Global Warming or Global Cooling. Which is it?

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Commentary by:  Gordon King

I have read many articles today all across the mainstream media saying that we are experiencing global warming.  That the global warming is causing all of the rain and flooding that we have seen around the world.  Then I came across an article with satellite images from NASA that actually show the polar ice caps growing in size.  In fact they apparently have increased in size by 60% from 2012 to 2013.  They can’t both be right.  Which is it?  Maybe government scare tactics, propaganda to promote their “New World Order” agenda?  Scientists around the globe have been telling us for years that humans are creating “global warming”.  I bet that these are the same scientists who believe in evolution and the “Big Bang” theory!  Read the following article and decide for yourself.

I bet it’s all of those electric cars we’ve been buying.  Quick, don’t buy a Prius, sell your cars, it’s now time to purchase a Hummer!  LOL

And now it’s global COOLING! Record return of Arctic ice cap as it grows by 60% in a year

A chilly Arctic summer has left nearly a million more square miles of ocean covered with ice than at the same time last year – an increase of 60 per cent.

The rebound from 2012’s record low comes six years after the BBC reported that global warming would leave the Arctic ice-free in summer by 2013.

Instead, days before the annual autumn re-freeze is due to begin, an unbroken ice sheet more than half the size of Europe already stretches from the Canadian islands to Russia’s northern shores.

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Global warming computer models collapse

Arctic ice sheets rapidly expand as planet plunges into global cooling

Mike Adams
Natural News
September 10, 2013

(NaturalNews) For years, we’ve all heard that global warming is threatening our planet. But now, in a stunning turnaround, world scientists are warning that an era of global cooling seems to be upon us, complete with extraordinary expansions of ocean ice being recorded in just the past year.

Even the latest UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report seems to indicate that an era of global cooling is now underway, according to many scientists.

It turns out that global warming predictions were little more than doom-and-gloom fear mongering based on failed computer models.

For example, in 2007, the BBC reported that the Arctic would be “ice-free” by the summer of 2013. Here’s exactly how that fear mongering was published by the BBC:

Scientists in the US have presented one of the most dramatic forecasts yet for the disappearance of Arctic sea ice. Their latest modelling studies indicate northern polar waters could be ice-free in summers within just 5-6 years. Professor Wieslaw Maslowski told an American Geophysical Union meeting that previous projections had underestimated the processes now driving ice loss.

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Natural Disasters Uprooted 32 Million in 2012

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A boy walks along a street in the heavily damaged Rockaway neighborhood, in Queens, N.Y., where Superstorm Sandy washed away a large section of the iconic boardwalk on Nov. 2, 2012.

More than 32 million people – a number that nearly equals the entire population of California – were forced to flee their homes last year due to natural disasters such as floods, storms and earthquakes, according to a report released today.

Disasters affected countries rich and poor, notes the study issued May 13 by the Geneva, Switzerland-based Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre. While Asia and Africa were hit hardest, the report notes, some 1.3 million people were displaced in wealthy nations, especially the United States.

Nearly all of those uprooted by disaster (98 percent, according to the report) were displaced by climate- and weather-related events. Floods in India and Nigeria were responsible for 41 percent of displacement worldwide in 2012. Monsoon floods in India uprooted about 6.9 million people, while in Nigeria some 6.1 million were newly displaced.

The impact of natural disasters on countries like these is often multiplied by ongoing armed conflict, noted Clare Spurrell, IDMC’s chief spokesperson. 

“Here, vulnerability to disaster triggered by floods is frequently further compounded by hunger, poverty and violence, resulting in a perfect storm of risk factors that lead to displacement,” she said.

Last year, the U.S. was among the 10 countries that experienced the most new displacement, the reported noted. Still, people in poorer countries remain disproportionately affected, as they make up some 98 percent of those displaced around the world over the past 5 years.

“In the U.S. following Hurricane Sandy, most of those displaced were able to find refuge in adequate temporary shelter while displaced from their own homes,” said Spurrell.

“Compare this to communities in Haiti, where hundreds of thousands are still living in makeshift tents over three years after the 2010 earthquake mega-disaster, and you see a very different picture.”

Climate change is believed to play an increasingly significant role in global disasters, the report notes, adding that the 2012 Special Report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change found evidence to support that, “disasters associated with climate extremes influence population mobility and relocation, affecting host and origin communities.”

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