From: Heartland Institute: Jim Lakely
To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Mother Nature Continues to Laugh at Global Warming Alarmists
Date: Tue Dec 17 23:10:52 MST 2013
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Mother Nature Confounds Forecasts of Global Warming
 
Last week, Cairo, Egypt, saw the first recorded snowfall in 100 years. Jerusalem was hit by a rare December snow storm called the “fiercest in 20 years.”
 
Here in the United States, on Thursday of last week, 59 percent of the country was covered in snow, the highest level in at least a decade, according to the National Weather Service.

This is not what environmentalists have been telling us to expect. Five years ago, Al Gore predicted the North Pole could be ice-free by now. In fact, this summer and fall were marked by the thickest ice packs in years. Arctic ice coverage is up 50 percent from 2012 levels. Antarctic ice is breaking all-time records.

Please enjoy these pictures of people enjoying the record snowfall in the Middle East, taken over the weekend.

Jim Lakely
Director of Communications
The Heartland Institute

P.S. Keep up with Heartland’s coverage of the climate and energy policy at the Heartlander. Also sign up for Climate Change Weekly, and other Heartland Institute weekly email newsletters.

 

Children play in the snow in Israel.

 

A man prays at the Western Wall.

 

Two Palestinian men make a snow man in Jerusalem.

 

Jewish men walk through the snow in Jerusalem.

 

Snowboarding in an Israeli park.

 

Snow covers the Dome of the Rock and other buildings in Jerusalem.

 

A Palestinian builds a snowman.

 

A Palestinian and a Jewish man walk their separate ways in Jerusalem.

 

An Israeli walks on a street in Jerusalem.

 

 

 

              


 

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