Global Cooling and the Coming Ice Age By James Reed

     All my life I have believed in the coming ice age, whether there was evidence for it or not. Shivers,   most global warming freaks believe in their myth without evidence or understanding the science, so why can’t I be able to do the same? Anyway things are cool, and getting cooler in some parts of the world, so how can such coldness be found in a world which is supposed to be melting? You tell me?
  http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/06/30/scientists-observe-coldest-temperatures-ever-on-earths-surface/

“Researchers released a report this week revealing “ultralow surface temperatures” in East Antarctica that surpass the coldest temperatures ever recorded on the earth’s surface. The lowest measured air temperature on earth is −89.2 °C (−129 F) on 23 July 1983, observed at Vostok Station in Antarctica, but new data published in Geophysical Research Letters this week, has found that some 100 different locations on the East Antarctic Plateau reached temperatures of -98° C (-144° F) during the Antarctic polar night between 2004–2016. A team from the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) at the University of Colorado Boulder have identified the East Antarctic Plateau — a massive, empty expanse the size of Australia that begins near the South Pole — as the coldest place on the planet. The East Antarctic Plateau sits some 3,500 m (11,500 ft) above sea level and the air over the Plateau is extremely still, dry and thin, providing an ideal environment for extreme cold.”

     Just reading this makes me want to have a nice warm alcoholic drink. If global warmists can see every storm as confirming their religion, then why can’t I see this as evidence of a new ice age?

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