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At first glance, it’s just a great photo of nearly the entire state of Alaska on an exceptionally clear day. What could be the problem?Well, turns out that photo shows an anomaly that some are fretting signifies yet another big shift in global climate – a shift toward the hot.NASA writes (without saying “global warming”):“The same ridge of high pressure that cleared Alaska's skies also brought stifling temperatures to many areas accustomed to chilly June days. Talkeetna, a town about 100 miles north of Anchorage, saw temperatures reach 96°F on June 17. Other towns in southern Alaska set all-time record highs, including Cordova, Valez, and Seward. The high temperatures also helped fuel wildfires and hastened the breakup of sea ice in the Chukchi Sea.”Oh, crap.A writer for Slate rings the alarm bell the loudest:
The melt in Greenland and the high temperatures in Alaska may be more signs—like we needed more—of the reality of climate change. Even scarier is the fact that the climate models used before didn’t predict this sort of thing. The climate is very complex, and it’s hard to model it accurately. This is well-known and is why it’s so hard to make long-term predictions.But before the deniers crow that climatologists don’t know what they’re doing, note this well: The predictions made using these models almost always seem to underestimate the effects of climate change. That’s true in this case, too. So it’s not that the models are wrong and therefore climate change doesn’t exist. It’s that the models aren’t perfect, and it’s looking like things are worse than we thought.

Last year, the United State experienced its warmest year ever. And, globally 2012 was the 9th warmest year since 1850 with the years from 2001 to 2012 being among the top 13 warmest on record. The hottest year was 2010, when the average temperature was 58.2 degrees FNow a study released Monday from the United Kingdom provides more fodder for freaking out over that picture of Alaska.In a press release from the University of Sheffield, whose scientist led the research, jet stream changes were blamed for the big ice melt in Greenland … and may signal another big year of heat and melting. (Note: “GrIS” = Greenland ice sheet)  More: http://www.commondreams.org/view/2013/06/23-1 
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Aug 14 10 12:41 PM

When the military utilizes HAARP energy to energize various areas of the global atmosphere for weather control it likely has a "hole" effect in their local atmosphere in Alaska above HAARP. This likely creates an influx of solar radiations from the sun. HAARP shoots energy from Alaska to other areas of the country by bouncing it off the atmosphere to be reflected downward to the target areas. HAARP must be great at figuring angles of reflection or deflection. But they are likely not studying the local effects which they create on the atmosphere directly above them, the effects it has on the scientists directly below HAARP, nor likely increased cancer rates in and around HAARP operations. -- J.E. Ante

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Aug 14 10 1:03 PM

Global warming and the warming of all the planets in our solar system is due our transit of the galactic rim of space since about 1980. This area of space contains a much higher density of incoming cosmic light energy from ALL the stars of the Milky Way. And so this creates better and stronger conduction and induction of light energy between the local light energy source of the local sun and the cosmic incoming light energy of the galactic rim area of space.
Since about December 2012 our solar system has entered the upper half of the rim of our galaxy which is a much more dense cosmic dust (freeze dried bacteria) cloud area of space which is also creating better conduction and induction of light energy to all the planets.
I do not see a cooling trend for another 33 years when we are mostly clear of the galactic rim of space around 2045. So severe worldwide drought is likely ahead.
Hydroponics, self-watering drip irrigation, and all other low FRESH water usage technologies in ALL areas of human civilization are likely developed and utilized extensively at this time on Earth. -- J.E. Ante

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