Global warming is so out of control that we find record cold wiping out vineyards in Australia. Eighty-percent losses. November snowfall caused massive damages to Kashmir apple orchards. The first November snowfall in Kashmir since 2009 “a catastrophe.” With the apple harvest yet to be completed, the snowfall caused widespread damage to the mainstay of the Valley economy – horticulture. State horticulture director Manzoor Qadri said fruit growers had suffered “heavy damages,” explaining that some orchards in Anantnag and Shopian had lost 60 to 70% fruit-bearing capacity.
On the 11th of November we have a winter storm warning issued by the National Weather Service in Amarillo TX and on the 10th November, we read that the Winemakers in Western Australia’s Great Southern region are reeling from a frost event that damaged up to 80 per cent of their vines.
Global warming is a mental disease not something that is happening to the planet. The Guardian takes the cake with global warming hysteria saying:
“Heatwaves severely damage the fertility of male beetles and consecutive hot spells leave them virtually sterilised, according to research.”
“Global warming is making heatwaves more common and wildlife is being annihilated, and the study may reveal a way in which these two trends are linked. The scientists behind the findings said there could also be some relevance for humans: the sperm counts of western men have halved in the last 40 years.”
Where mainstream publications get the nerve to publish things like this as the world cools dramatically in the face of diminishing solar activity is anyone’s guess. Since global warming is not a problem what is the problem? In a study published in The Lancet, researchers called air pollution the “largest environmental cause of disease and premature death in the world today.”
More than 9 million premature deaths were caused by air pollution in 2015, nearly 16 percent of deaths worldwide. This was three times more deaths than attributed to tuberculosis, malaria and AIDS combined. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 92 percent of the world breathe polluted air, and air pollution is a major contributor to lung and respiratory infections, heart disease, and cancer. However, what many fail to consider is indoor air pollution may actually be as dangerous as outdoor air pollution.
Non-existent warming is not a problem, but chemical and heavy metal pollution is! Also, more than 72,000 people died from drug overdoses in 2017, according to the NIH — about 200 per day. That number is more than four times the number who died in 1999 from drug abuse: 16,849. The figures are up about 15 percent from 63,632 drug-related deaths in 2016. How come we never hear the global warming crowd cry about this?
We also read that there is Snow to the Mexican border. Also, we had the earliest snowfall in Houston on record. Earliest measurable snowfall in Monroe, Louisiana, on record, breaking the previous record by 10 days. And it was the snowiest start to the snow season in Wichita, Kansas on record.
John Kerry Wins the Climate Idiot Award for 2018