“Potential for Global Cooling” This Spring and Summer

“Stop Global Warming” yard sign.

It appears the vulcanic erruption in the Pacific Ocean near Tonga will result in this Crystal Lake homeowner’s wish.

Beginning of volcanic erruption near Tonga.
Erruption near the isaland of Tonga.

According to Renee Duff, as reported in the Chicago Tribune, “In the longer term, there’s a potential for global cooling this spring and summer, as ash could block a small amount of sunlight, she added — a phenomenon that scientists will be following in the coming months.”


“Potential for Global Cooling” This Spring and Summer — 10 Comments

  1. Fire up those windmills and solar panels and keep overpaying for your electric cars. Since Pelosi and Obama now own coastal properties, I am scared to death of the ice melt about to cover their estates. Go to MonkeyWerx to see how many active volcanoes there are worldwide.

    Global cooling and the next ice age was so 70’s. What year was Renee Duff, a meteorologist with AccuWeather, born? Another fool with a platform comes out of the closet like the idiot with the yard sign.

    Only the best and brightest live in Crystal Lake.

  2. How come nobody from Greta Tuneass to Al Gore never say boo about all the Red Chinese and Hindu coal burning electric plants.


  3. Earth has been going through cycles of warming and cooling for billions of years.



    “Although McHenry County’s landscape, vegetation and wildlife have changed considerably since
    settlement began in the mid to late 1830s, the overall topography of the local area remains
    relatively the same. McHenry County’s current topography was shaped and formed by the
    Laurentide Glacier during the last major ice age 15-22,000 years ago.

    A section of the glacier known as the Michigan lobe flowed
    westward from what is now Lake Michigan into McHenry

    County, fluctuating back and forth for a period of about
    10,000 years before eventually retreating about 16,000 years

    It is estimated the glacier in the Chicagoland area was
    possibly up to a quarter mile thick. For scale, that is two
    hundred feet taller than the Hancock Building, one hundred
    and fifty feet shorter than the Willis Tower.”

  4. BTW bred. (I think it was you that was complaining recently about this site and “timing” problems.) The whole fiasco (including strange sporadic disappearances of the site) was part of the “Great Reset”. This site was not so much a threat because of its content. It was the commentators that were targeted. This was revealed to the owner who did not “believe” and thus we have had this ongoing tardiness for years now. I frankly, am surprised that people like me can even be seen at all. People who tell the truth are NOT part of the plan. I am even surprised the site has not been totally trashed by now (especially since it is run with zero knowledge of how to hide and thrive).

  5. Ah, yes, Cal/John’s inability to find a workable hosting provider is part of a grand conspiracy against… Cindy.

    You can’t make this stuff up.

  6. Good points Cindy. I’m glad to join you as a conspiracy theorist. I find it odd many of the conspiracies we point out end up being factual and true. Huh. Keep up the good work. That 1:30:00 5G video I had not seen before and appreciate the share.

    It’s even funnier you call the site performance the Great Reset. I was amazed to see he put in SSL security which tells me he is consulting a new company for the site. Linux is very affordable on a monthly basis.

    Now let’s get back to discussing politicians’ qualifications and not addressing why IL just can’t seem to get rid of the Dem supermajority running this state for so many years OR getting rid of the useless waste of flesh Dick Durbin. It just has to be the candidates we are fielding and not the people that count the votes.

  7. You’re an idiot, nefarious. Some things remain the same during this genocide.🤷🏼‍♀️

  8. Sorry, Cindy, talk louder. I can’t hear you through all your tin foil.

  9. Speaking of volcanos, besides your smartphone cameras, take your masks this summer when visiting Yellowstone


    What would happen if a “supervolcano” eruption occurred again at Yellowstone?

    If another large, caldera-forming eruption were to occur at Yellowstone, its effects would be worldwide. Such a giant eruption would have regional effects such as falling ash and short-term (years to decades) changes to global climate. Those parts of the surrounding states of Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming that are closest to Yellowstone would be affected by pyroclastic flows, while other places in the United States would be impacted by falling ash (the amount of ash would decrease with distance from the eruption site). Such eruptions usually form calderas, broad volcanic depressions created as the ground surface collapses as a result of withdrawal of partially molten rock (magma) below. Fortunately, the chances of this sort of eruption at Yellowstone are exceedingly small in the next few thousands of years.

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