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    Global Warming Blown out… Record Low Temps Recorded

    BY MARTIN LIOLL
    ON JULY 10, 2017 AT 5:39AM
    We keep on hearing about how global warming is making our planet hotter than ever. If you live in a third-floor beachfront condo, the left says, you’d better get ready to deal with seals swimming right outside your window — because that’s how fast the ice in the Arctic is melting.

    There have been plenty of nails in the coffin of this sort of alarmism, but a new record in Greenland seems to be the latest piece of evidence the media is desperately trying to ignore. As climatologist Tony Heller points out at his blog, the Danish island territory just set its coldest July temperature on record.

    In fact, it was the coldest temperature ever recorded in the Northern Hemisphere for the month of July: -33C (-27.4F). RELATED STORIES


    The temperature was recorded at Summit Station on July 4. According to Vencore Weather, the normal high temperature at the 10,000 ft. high year-around research station is -10C (14F).

    The loction of Summit Station and relevant weather graphs.

    And that’s not all. “Much of Greenland has been colder-than-normal for the year so far and has had record or near record levels of accumulated snow and ice since the fall of last year,” Vencore noted.

    “The first week of this month was especially brutal in Greenland resulting in the record low July temperature and it also contributed to an uptick in snow and ice extent — despite the fact that it is now well into their summer season.”

    As you can see from this chart, the level of ice cover in Greenland has been increasing most of this year. You wouldn’t know it from the headlines, though.



    Yes, in spite of the fact that we just set the coldest temperature in July in the entire Northern Hemisphere, and despite the fact Greenland gained a great deal of ice this year and is seeing it melting slowly, the only mention of Greenland in the mainstream media was as part of global warming alarmism. Typical.

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    They are calling it Climate Change these days. So whatever way the wind blows, their mammonist scam is covered. :)

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Baruch View Post
      They are calling it Climate Change these days. So whatever way the wind blows, their mammonist scam is covered. :)
      Thanks Barry. Yes, but they are still reporting that the ice in Greenland is melting as the copies of those articles show. They are not particular what lie they tell.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Lou Newton View Post

        Thanks Barry. Yes, but they are still reporting that the ice in Greenland is melting as the copies of those articles show. They are not particular what lie they tell.
        Yes, they are sticking to their lying guns.

        I saw graffiti in a bay "I DON'T BELIEVE IN GLOBAL WARMING", and you could see the waterline at the bottom of the letters where the water came up a few inches and then went back down, presumably month after month.

        32,000 climate experts signed a petition refuting the climate change myth. https://youtu.be/don16x0Us0U

        This Nobel Laureate destroys the climate change myth for 30 minutes straight. https://vid.me/V7aE7

        This scientist does the same for 90 minutes straight in a Senate hearing. https://vid.me/FQd8O

        They tamper with the data to get the results they want. It's not political. It's about avarice, creating markets so they can build service monopolies with multinational conglomerates.

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        • #5
          It is notable that the position on climate change divides along conservative - liberal lines. I suppose almost all the religious right denies climate change and voted for Trump. Yet, the religious right is in constant conflict over interpretation of the Bible. Why is it there is agreement over temporal things and not spiritual things? This is a serious question and not a jab.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by glen smith View Post
            It is notable that the position on climate change divides along conservative - liberal lines. I suppose almost all the religious right denies climate change and voted for Trump. Yet, the religious right is in constant conflict over interpretation of the Bible. Why is it there is agreement over temporal things and not spiritual things? This is a serious question and not a jab.
            Hi Glen, your reply made me consider this serious question, and I had no answer. But this morning these thoughts came to me:

            Most all of the Pharisees agreed that Jesus was not from God. The Disciples were a bunch of unsure men who often disagreed.

            The Mormons, JW, and all cults have agreement. If one disagrees they are shunned in one way or another.

            We are saved in the spirit when we give our life to Jesus and His Holy Spirit comes to dwell is us. But our souls are being saved as we live life. We must make effort to pull down strongholds of error and different people have different errors. Also some are more willing than others to give up errors. One may be faster to see one error, while another may be faster at seeing another error.

            Our unity is NOT in that we all agree on doctrine. Our unity is that we all have The Holy Spirit of The Lord Jesus and agree that the only condition to being saved is to trust in Him alone to save us.

            John 13
            34 “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. 35 By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”

            I love everyone that takes part here. The thought of any one of the people who post, or read, would part from us, brings me great distress.

            Just thoughts that came to me, consider or throw away as one sees fit.
            Last edited by Lou Newton; July 16, 2017, 12:17 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Lou Newton View Post

              Hi Glen, your reply made me consider this serious question, and I had no answer. But this morning these thoughts came to me:

              Most all of the Pharisees agreed that Jesus was not from God. The Disciples were a bunch of unsure men who often disagreed.

              The Mormons, JW, and all cults have agreement. If one disagrees they are shunned in one way or another.

              We are saved in the spirit when we give our life to Jesus and His Holy Spirit comes to dwell is us. But our souls are being saved as we live life. We must make effort to pull down strongholds of error and different people have different errors. Also some are more willing than others to give up errors. One may be faster to see one error, while another may be faster at seeing another error.

              Our unity is NOT in that we all agree on doctrine. Our unity is that we all have The Holy Spirit of The Lord Jesus and agree that the only condition to being saved is to trust in Him alone to save us.

              John 13
              34 “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. 35 By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”

              I love everyone that takes part here. The thought of any one of the people who post, or read, would part from us, brings me great distress.

              Just thoughts that came to me, consider or throw away as one sees fit.
              I would say there's so much division because the righteous right is often not very righteous. The liberal left, for the most part, are people tossed in the waves, this way and that, not able to recognize truth because they don't like it. The so called righteous right often feels like they are above reproach. So there lies their problem. Very few recognize the gospel of confessing your sin so that Christ can heal us. And on a moment to moment basis. My feet still stink, even after I just washed them. The natural world is a great help to us to get us to see what the spiritual world is like. Our only righteous act is to confess our sin, continually.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by redsoxmaloney View Post

                I would say there's so much division because the righteous right is often not very righteous. The liberal left, for the most part, are people tossed in the waves, this way and that, not able to recognize truth because they don't like it. The so called righteous right often feels like they are above reproach. So there lies their problem. Very few recognize the gospel of confessing your sin so that Christ can heal us. And on a moment to moment basis. My feet still stink, even after I just washed them. The natural world is a great help to us to get us to see what the spiritual world is like. Our only righteous act is to confess our sin, continually.
                Very outstanding comment Tom, thanks.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by glen smith View Post
                  It is notable that the position on climate change divides along conservative - liberal lines. I suppose almost all the religious right denies climate change and voted for Trump. Yet, the religious right is in constant conflict over interpretation of the Bible. Why is it there is agreement over temporal things and not spiritual things? This is a serious question and not a jab.
                  Glen and Lou, excellent comments!

                  I'd contribute that there are many factors that boil down to: who we listen to, and where our treasure is stored.

                  If we wrestle over doctrine in contending for the faith, this is a worthy endeavor. I would not put all of this in the same category as earthly striving. However, I think it could be rightly said that much doctrinal striving is carnal. But I set this snowball aside, on a flat surface so it can't roll. :)

                  Who We Listen To

                  We've been raised to trust earthly authority. It is corrupt. This includes philosophers, pseudo-sciences, earthly governments born of Rome, "experts", charismatics, and that infernal mouth of the false prophet the Television. It's like drinking a stream of sewage from a fire hose.

                  Suddenly I'm reminded of our recent postings on the Scriptures, and their critical role in washing our soul and reforming our minds.

                  It is safe to say much of the "Christian right", as much as I hate loosely applied labels, are nominal. The same can be said of the "Christian left". Both of these herds walk in the counsel of the ungodly.

                  Where Our Treasure Is

                  We've been cultivated to have a stake in the chaotic world that we've been taught is a sinking ship in constant dire need of repair. When it impacts us directly, we're compelled to deal with it or suffer ruin and death, as the case may be. Satan has done a man's job of coercing us to lower our walls and set aside our differences, endure an unhealthy level of cultural mixture, and work together against our perceived boogeymen. Lest we lose all our treasure here on earth.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Baruch View Post

                    Glen and Lou, excellent comments!

                    I'd contribute that there are many factors that boil down to: who we listen to, and where our treasure is stored.

                    If we wrestle over doctrine in contending for the faith, this is a worthy endeavor. I would not put all of this in the same category as earthly striving. However, I think it could be rightly said that much doctrinal striving is carnal. But I set this snowball aside, on a flat surface so it can't roll. :)

                    Who We Listen To

                    We've been raised to trust earthly authority. It is corrupt. This includes philosophers, pseudo-sciences, earthly governments born of Rome, "experts", charismatics, and that infernal mouth of the false prophet the Television. It's like drinking a stream of sewage from a fire hose.

                    Suddenly I'm reminded of our recent postings on the Scriptures, and their critical role in washing our soul and reforming our minds.

                    It is safe to say much of the "Christian right", as much as I hate loosely applied labels, are nominal. The same can be said of the "Christian left". Both of these herds walk in the counsel of the ungodly.

                    Where Our Treasure Is

                    We've been cultivated to have a stake in the chaotic world that we've been taught is a sinking ship in constant dire need of repair. When it impacts us directly, we're compelled to deal with it or suffer ruin and death, as the case may be. Satan has done a man's job of coercing us to lower our walls and set aside our differences, endure an unhealthy level of cultural mixture, and work together against our perceived boogeymen. Lest we lose all our treasure here on earth.
                    Great comment baruch. We could look at it this way. If Hillary and al Gore support something, it must be wrong. When have they told the truth? When has it even appeared that they like the truth? Same with the pope. Anything the pope says about the bible is wrong, unless he's against it. Then it might be true. The dragon, who is the devil, has opened his mouth and poured forth a river of lies that the earth has swallowed up. So again, popular opinion often is wrong, because it comes from the devil.

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                    • #11
                      Thank you, Tom. I agree with your assessment. The world walks in the path of destruction. If we mark its ways and avoid them we'd generally do well. And seriously, how could anyone trust such accomplished liars as Clinton and Gore? And popes. And mainstream media.

                      I just saw the following alt news piece. There is another report, backed by honest scientific analysis, that rips the facade of the climate change agenda. It is simply about continuing the fraud for money and power, and keeping people in fear and worship of government.

                      http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-0...-inconsistent-

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Baruch View Post

                        Glen and Lou, excellent comments!

                        I'd contribute that there are many factors that boil down to: who we listen to, and where our treasure is stored.

                        If we wrestle over doctrine in contending for the faith, this is a worthy endeavor. I would not put all of this in the same category as earthly striving. However, I think it could be rightly said that much doctrinal striving is carnal. But I set this snowball aside, on a flat surface so it can't roll. :)

                        Who We Listen To

                        We've been raised to trust earthly authority. It is corrupt. This includes philosophers, pseudo-sciences, earthly governments born of Rome, "experts", charismatics, and that infernal mouth of the false prophet the Television. It's like drinking a stream of sewage from a fire hose.

                        Suddenly I'm reminded of our recent postings on the Scriptures, and their critical role in washing our soul and reforming our minds.

                        It is safe to say much of the "Christian right", as much as I hate loosely applied labels, are nominal. The same can be said of the "Christian left". Both of these herds walk in the counsel of the ungodly.

                        Where Our Treasure Is

                        We've been cultivated to have a stake in the chaotic world that we've been taught is a sinking ship in constant dire need of repair. When it impacts us directly, we're compelled to deal with it or suffer ruin and death, as the case may be. Satan has done a man's job of coercing us to lower our walls and set aside our differences, endure an unhealthy level of cultural mixture, and work together against our perceived boogeymen. Lest we lose all our treasure here on earth.
                        Wisdom! And the flat surface is very funny. But we might ought to nail down the carnal disagreements over doctrine so they cannot be picked up. Although the carnals have great strength and are very stubborn.

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