September 23, 2019

NASA Will CREATE Coldest Spot on Earth

The technology, which would allow such experiments, includes an atom chip with on-window wires that enable simultaneous magnetic trapping and optical manipulation, in addition to compound silicon and glass substrate technology that leads to both magnetic and optical control of ultra-cold atoms.

The Cold Atom Lab, which actually is designed “for use by multiple investigators” and is “upgradable and maintainable on orbit,” is scheduled to be launched inside the ISS in early 2016, where it will be able to function for 5 years.<<<Read More>>>

Hmmmmmm? I wonder what they can accomplish in terrestrial temperature manipulations?

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So Cold Fish Frozen in Place

I can’t say I ever remember seeing this unbelievable phenomenon happening before, but I’m guessing it probably has. Evidently it got so cold so quickly that these fish were frozen in place as they swam.<<<More Pictures and Info>>>

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Global Warming Scientists Frozen Into Ice in Antarctica

Perhaps if God isn’t just he has a decent sense of humor! Oh, the irony. Climate scientists heading into the Antarctic to study global warming and the presence of that nasty carbon dioxide, which Algorites say is destroying the planet with unwanted warmth, causing sea ice to melt and raise sea levels, are trapped in rapidly freezing ice and nasty winter storms. Alas! Summer’s coming down there.

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Want to Know the Truth about the Earth’s Climate?

Many citizens believe the United Nations and the US government can no longer be trusted to tell them the truth about climate change? Do you want to know the truth for your next research paper, your next newscast or newspaper column, for your family’s sake, because your business is affected by climate change, or you are a responsible governing official? Then you need the only authoritative, accurate, quarterly climate report available in the United States – the Global Climate Status Report (GCSR)©
The GCSR is the only source document you will need to get you through the fog of climate change. It is clear, concise, and contains no-nonsense assessments of exactly what the true status of the Earth’s climate really is and where it is heading. It is based on facts and not the political correctness of the day.

The Global Climate Status Report is from a leading climate research organization, the Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC), in Orlando, Florida.

Climate change data in the GCSR is compiled from the world’s best sources of satellite and ground station climate data and measures the planet’s climate status using 24 different climate parameters.
World class expertise is brought to bear in the GCSR’s publication using distinguished scientists and other experts from around the world.

The GCSR is edited by Mr. John L. Casey, SSRC President. He is a former White House and NASA Headquarters advisor, author of the internationally acclaimed climate book, “Cold Sun,” and was named “America’s best climate prediction expert” by Watchdogwire.com in 2013.

Here is what the experts are saying about the GCSR: “Whether it’s global sea levels or the next climate change to a long cold epoch, the Global Climate Status Report is an exciting document for university libraries as well as schools and ordinary people wanting to find real observational facts instead of lobbying illusions.”

Dr. Nils-Axel Morner World Renowned Global Sea Level Expert
“The correlation between cold climate periods and major earthquakes and volcanic activity is quite strong. The Global Climate Status Report is the only US published climate report that covers this relationship and otherwise provides for the world’s citizens a clear statement of the Earth’s climate status, where the data is not colored by politics.”

Dr. Dong Choi, Australia Director of Research International Earthquake and Volcano Prediction Center
“As Co-Editor of the GCSR, I believe this report is giving everyone what they have needed for years – an authoritative, fact-based, non-political coverage of the planet’s climate using numerous parameters for measurement. I am proud to be part of this important document that allows both scientist, educator or the average person a chance to understand what is happening with the Earth’s climate and why.” Dr. Ole Humlum Professor of Physical Geography University of Oslo, Norway
“The SSRC continues to be a shining light of truth about the Earth’s climate and more importantly where it is going to be decades from now. For example, there is no other climate research organization in the United States that is dedicated to telling us the truth about the coming cold climate and the need to prepare for it. If anyone, especially in the media or government wants to know the climate status of our planet there is only one reliable source, the Global Climate Status Report. If anyone wants to write an accurate article on the Earth’s climate, they better have the GCSR at their side.” Dr. Rich Swier, Citizen Journalist (drrichswier.com)

In addition to the factual coverage of the Earth’s climate status, the 4-2013 Edition of the GCSR also includes a tongue-in-cheek commentary by Mr. Casey about the President’s November 1, 2013 Executive Order on climate change. Climate researcher and author Robert Felix, whose books include “Not by Fire, But by Ice,” and “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps,” has described Mr. Casey’s review of the Executive Order as “…a fantastic article! Great writing! A perfect combination of wit, sarcasm, opinion, and fact.”
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To get your copy of the Global Climate Status Report now, just go on line to the SSRC web site at: www.spaceandscience.net and download it from the “Publications” page. Pick up the current December 2013 quarterly edition of the GCSR TODAY!

Don’t want to pay for it on line at $6.95? Just send a check payable to the “SSRC” for $9.88 to: SSRC, P.O. Box 607841, Orlando, FL 32860 along with your return address. Write “GCSR” in the check memo line. You will receive a bound printed copy in return (US delivery only).
Don’t want the report but want to help the SSRC? Please send a non-deductible donation.
DON’T BE CAUGHT OUT IN THE COLD ALONE WITHOUT YOUR COPY OF THE GCSR!

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30-Year Climate Prediction Calls for Cooling Extreme Weather

The latest and newly revised version of the quarterly Global Climate Status Report (GCSR), Edition 4-2013, from the Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC,) was published as of 5PM December 10, 2013. According to this report, compiled by the Space and Science Research Corporation, the earth has entered into a transition period toward a cooling climate. Based on natural climate and solar cycles, what appears to be a rapidly cooling climate will make for some severe weather heading into the next 30 or 40-year cycle.

For those interested, you can obtain a copy of the full report by visiting the SSRC website.

Global Climate Status Report

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Ethanol takes policy blow from the Environmental Protection Agency

By Editorial Board, Published: November 17 – Washington Post

ONCE TOUTED as a climate-friendly renewable alternative to foreign oil, the corn-based liquid ethanol has been exposed as an environmental and economic mistake. Lured by federal subsidies, Midwestern farmers have devoted millions of acres to corn that might otherwise have been devoted to soil conservation or feed-grain production.

Meanwhile, a “dead zone” fed by fertilizer runoff spreads at the mouth of the Mississippi and production costs throughout the grain-dependent U.S. food industry rise. At the end of 2011, the ethanol industry lost a $6 billion per year tax-credit subsidy. And on Friday the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) delivered yet another policy defeat for ethanol – which is to say, a victory for common sense.<<<Read More>>>

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It’s Time NOAA Got Out of the Hurricane Forecasting Business

*Editor’s Note* – I live in a hurricane prone zone. I can say, without reservation, that the overwhelming majority of people, also living in this region, mostly disregard what NOAA or the local weatherman has to say about hurricanes and their lack of ability in predicting them. When brought up in discussions, most people snicker and make some comment about the foolishness of paying any attention as “they are never right” in making hurricane predictions. This remains true, not only in long term predictions, but in the short term as well. There were past hurricanes in Florida where people took the advice of government people controllers and ordered or suggested evacuations only to find out in the end the people evacuated right into the direct path of the hurricane. Planned or unplanned?

Yes, these storms are unpredictable in the paths they will take and when you combine that with the failure (or seeming failure) of NOAA to accurately predict storms, this leaves or creates a situation where people actually become more vulnerable to the pending disasters of storms when and if they do make landfall. Because of this, there could very easily be more loss of life by not being properly prepared and/or not taking the necessary steps to avoid being dumped on by a hurricane or other strong storms.

Some, as in the below post, chalk this epic failure on the inability to, not only predict but to come clean on a proper assessment of events pasts. Perhaps then, we should begin to more seriously consider that the actions of NOAA and other governmental agencies, is, in fact, designed to cause people to disregard warnings and such as part of a greater scheme to reduce populations.

Whether major storms, i.e. hurricanes, tornadoes, winter storms, rain events, etc., are natural or man made, or a combination of both, a designed population of ill prepared people could result in serious death toll numbers. Please consider.

Agency Consistently Shows It Possesses Neither Foresight Nor Hindsight

2013 Hurricane Season Might be the Weakest EVER, With 2 Hurricanes, None Major

Yet NOAA Predicted 7-11 Hurricanes, 3-6 Major

Washington, DC – The following is the statement of National Center for Public Policy Research President David A. Ridenour on the conclusion of 2013 Atlantic hurricane season:

Saturday marked the official end of the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season and once again, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration proved itself utterly incapable of accurately forecasting hurricanes.

It’s time NOAA stop issuing hurricane forecasts.

In May, the agency predicted an “active or extremely active” hurricane season, forecasting that there would be 7-11 hurricanes, 3-6 major hurricanes, and 13-20 named storms.

The year’s final tally: 2 hurricanes, no major hurricanes, and 13 named storms… not even “close enough for government work.”

This marked the 7th time in the past ten years that NOAA’s hurricane forecast has been wrong and its epic failure this year rivals even its disastrous forecast in 2005, when it predicted there would be 7-9 hurricanes and there ended up being 15.

NOAA’s forecasts were only accurate in 2008, 2010 and 2011. In 2010 and 2011, the actual number of hurricanes just barely fell within NOAA’s forecast range, despite being uncharacteristically large.

Perhaps NOAA could be forgiven, somewhat, if it at least got the post-season analysis right. But it can’t even do that.

In its November 25 mea culpa, sans the culpa (NOAA never mentions its forecast nor its spectacular failure), NOAA asserts that the season ranks as “the sixth-least-active Atlantic hurricane season since 1950, in terms of the collective strength and duration of named storms and hurricanes.”

This is a bit misleading, to say the least. Most Americans would see this statement and conclude that there were five other years since 1950 with less storm activity.

But that’s not what it means.

What NOAA it means is that if you only count the storms that our government noticed, then it is the sixth least active since 1950.

That’s akin to a Keystone Kop facing once direction with all sorts of criminal activity behind his back saying, “No crime around here.”

NOAA is attempting to suggest a degree of precision that it simply does not possess.

It wasn’t until 1966, with the launch of ESSA-1 and ESSA-2, that we had a weather satellite system in place.

Prior to this system, the odds were pretty good that storms – in particular those outside of shipping and travel lanes – would be missed entirely.

Since the start of the satellite age, our capabilities have improved dramatically and this makes it appear as though the number of tropical storms and hurricanes have increased, even when they haven’t.

In terms of the number and intensity of hurricanes, the 2013 hurricane season might be the weakest… EVER.

This year, there were just two weak category 1 hurricanes. The 1982, 1930, 1919, 1917 and 1890 seasons also had two or fewer hurricanes, but at least one in each year was a major hurricane.

Dating back to 1850, there were just a handful of years – 1925 (one), 1914 (zero), 1907 (zero), and 1905 (one) – in which fewer hurricanes were recorded than this year. But because these seasons occurred prior to the advent of satellites, the odds are good that there were more hurricanes in some, if not all, of these years that went undetected.

Being wrong so frequently poses a more significant risk to NOAA than just a little embarrassment. It threatens to undermine the agency’s credibility, undermine the public’s faith in even its short-range forecasts, and ultimately place lives at risk.

And NOAA isn’t alone in undermining it credibility by suggesting a greater level of certainty than it possesses.

For years now, we’ve been told that there is a scientific consensus that our burning of fossil fuels is creating dangerous warming of the planet.

Now the public has learned that we’re in the midst of a 17-year “pause” in global warming that not one of the 73 climate models used by the U.N. Intergovernmental Climate on Climate Change in its Fifth Assessment Report predicted.

In 2002, commenting on the possibility that Iraq had supplied or might supply Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) to terrorists, Donald Rumsfeld, then Secretary of Defense, famously said: “…there are known knowns… There are known unknowns… But there are also unknown unknowns – there are things we do not know we don’t know.”

NOAA, the IPCC and other voices of science should be as candid and honest.

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President Issues Executive Order to ‘rearrange the deck chairs’ on His Sinking Climate Ship

By John L. Casey, November 4, 2013.

On November 1, 2013, President Barack Obama issued an Executive Order titled, “Preparing the United States for the Impacts of Climate Change.” In the course of which, he has assembled all his climate decision making organizations and representatives from virtually all agencies of the federal government into an all-powerful, all knowing, single climate advisory body – the “Council on Climate Preparedness and Resilience.”

In the process of his plowing ahead with his overall “Climate Action Plan,” and in a fit of obvious, if not disturbing White House cognitive dissonance, the President once more blatantly deceives his people and the world about the status of the Earth’s climate while reinforcing that he “The One” can change the Earth’s climate.

It was apparently not embarrassing enough for him that he spoke the unmitigated lie that global warming was “accelerating,” during his June 25, 2013 address at Georgetown University.

And perhaps no one on his staff bothered to tell him that shortly thereafter in a Senate hearing, that none of his strongest science supporters was willing to agree with his Georgetown climate status assessment.<<<Read the Rest>>>

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The Most Important News Story of the 21st Century

*Editor’s Note* – I place this and sometimes other stories on this website for the enjoyment of readers in order that they can disseminate as they wish.

What is the most important news story of the 21st century? I think I know what it is and can also tell you that the vast majority of the world’s citizens, our elected leaders, and most in the mainstream media who should be telling us about it, haven’t the slightest clue what it is.

There are many candidates for the title. For example, what is more important than the latest Middle East conflict, more important than Iran and North Korea with ‘the bomb’, more important than the declining influence of the US on the world scene, more newsworthy than the next intractable, deadly virus? What could possibly be more important than the out-of-control US debt, more scary than residual Fukushima radioactive waste. Aside from some unpredictable astronomical event that takes place every few million years or so, what could be more unnerving than the possibility of the next global economic collapse, more treacherous than the Chinese trying to kill the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency, or more important than who the next leaders of the USA, China, and Russia will be?<<<Read the Rest>>>

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UN-IPCC Climate Report Condemned

Monday, September 30, 2013 Press Release 8-2013
8:00 AM

The Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC), has just released a profoundly critical review the UN-IPCC’s latest climate report, “Climate Change 2013, The Physical Science Basis, Summary for Policymakers.” In the SSRC’s own ‘Assessment’ of this Summary from the UN-IPCC, it issues what may be strongest condemnation of UN-IPCC reports to date from an authoritative climate research organization.

Edited by other SSRC Associate Scientists, the primary author of the SSRC review was Mr. John Casey, SSRC President. In addition to that position, Mr. Casey is a well-known climate lecturer and author of the internationally acclaimed climate book, “Cold Sun.” He is also the Editor of the Global Climate Status Report (GCSR), and has recently been called “America’s best climate prediction expert.”* On August 21, 2013, near Miami, Florida, he and other scientists held an important news conference where they announced the coming end of global sea level rise caused by the now ten year long cooling of the Earth’s oceans and the rapidly approaching new cold climate era.

The SSRC is the leading climate research organization in the United States in terms of its advocacy for a national and international plan to prepare for the approaching dangerous cold climate that it and other science organizations have predicted. From its separately posted Assessment of the UN-IPCC Summary for Policymakers, comes this critical opinion:
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“This Summary and future portions of AR5 based on the science contained in this Summary, should be discarded. Given the host of significant errors, flaws in judgment, and simply bad science found in the Summary, it should not be considered as a worthwhile scientific document for any policymaker interested in understanding the full range of causes and effects of climate change and what the next climate era will be like. The report also provides sufficient evidence to conclude that there may have been serious scientific misconduct and breach of professional ethics by the UN-IPCC and the Summary’s authors.”

Click here to download a PDF file of the full three page press release.

Click here to download a PDF file of the SSRC Assessment of the UN-IPCC report.

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