Global Warming Activists Happy About Iceland Volcano Cooling

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LONDON – England – Mount Bardarbunga in Iceland is ejaculating and thrusting out billions of particles into the atmosphere blocking out the sun’s rays over Britain.

Global warming activists were said to be in a joyous mood earlier today when reports came through that the Iceland volcano which is erupting will expel billions of tiny pieces of debris acting as shields reflecting the sun’s light away from earth meaning Britain’s winter temperatures could plunge to Arctic levels while summer will be devoid of sunshine.

“This is great news for global warming because instead we’ll get freezing Arctic weather in the UK, and it won’t be nice and warm and toasty,” Jemma Baxenfarqua, a keen global warming activist told the BBC.

Even chief global warmist Al Gore chimed in from his sprawling mansion in America: “Looks like you Brits will get some global cooling or should I say freezing. Don’t worry folks the amount of energy I use every year with my massive carbon emissions will mean I’m living it up while you guys get frozen to ice cubes. Oh did I not mention the Russkies? Well, last I heard they’re cutting off the gas to Europe. Here’s to your global cooling ass wipes.”

Squib staff were said to be emigrating to the Southern Hemisphere to write their articles. It seems Ebola is a better bet than seeing your testicles fall on the floor as icicles.

 

  • Sam

    Myth of arctic meltdown: Stunning satellite images show summer ice cap is thicker and covers 1.7million square kilometres MORE than 2 years ago…despite Al Gore’s prediction it would be ICE-FREE by now

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2738653/Stunning-satellite-images-summer-ice-cap-thicker-covers-1-7million-square-kilometres-MORE-2-years-ago-despite-Al-Gore-s-prediction-ICE-FREE-now.html

  • Leslie Graham

    The volcano isn’t erupting. And by the way – the only people who quote Al Gore (who isn’t a scientist) are rapid climate change deniers of the US far right.
    What IS true however is that the earth is now losing a trillion tons of ice per year:

    – 159 Gt Antarctic LAND ice volume………McMillan el al, GRL (2014)
    + 26 Gt Antarctic SEA ice volume…………Holland et al, J Climate (2014)
    – 261 Gt Arctic sea ice…………………………..PIOMAS
    – 378 Gt Greenland, Enderlin et al………….GRL (2014)
    – 259 Gt other land based glaciers…………Gardner et al. Science (2013)

    TOTAL ICE LOSS PER YEAR = 1,031 Gt.

    In fact, even the modest increase in seasonal Antarctic sea ice was predicted by Manabe et al 1991, nearly 25 years ago.

    And, of course, the melt is accelerating as global temperatures, especialy ocean temperatures continue to rise. And make no mistake – the laws of physics did NOT magicaly cease to apply to the radiative properties of the CO2 molecule in July 1998 no matter how much the carbon corporation’s propaganda machine tries to insist they did.

    Between 1997 and 2003 Greenland was losing ice at 83 cubic kilometres a year. From 2003 to 2009 it was up to 153 cubic kilometres a year.
    Last year, using 14.3 million data points across Greenland collected by CryoSat, the research team were able to show it was up to an extraordinary 378 cubic limotres per year – nearly 5 times faster than just a decade ago.

    If you think that’s bad – or even if you don’t – check out Antarctica.
    Antarctica is also losing ice mass at an accelerating rate.
    The 159 loss reported by the McMillan el al study is the long term average which obscures the detail.
    Between 1992 and 2001, ice was melting from the two main ice sheets at a rate of about 64 Gt a year.
    From 2002 to 2011, the ice sheets were melting at a rate of about 362 Gt a year – an almost six-fold increase.

    I wonder what could possibly be causing the ice to melt? Could it be because the warming has stopped?

    Heh heh.
    If you are not ‘alarmed’ by these figures then you’re clearly not paying attention.

    But the ice melt is the least of the problems that global warming is causing.
    Far more immediate will be the crop losses due to droughts and floods and the damage to the global economy – as we can already see. Well – most of us can.