People in the Norwegian town of Rjukan use Mirrors to Combat the Lack of Global Warming

Posted by PITHOCRATES - November 2nd, 2013

Week in Review

Global warming alarmists must hate the Norwegian town of Rjukan (see Giant mirrors reflect winter sun into Norwegian town of Rjukan by Associated Press posted 10/30/2013 on The Guardian).

Residents of the small Norwegian town of Rjukan have finally seen the light.

Tucked in-between steep mountains, the town is normally shrouded in shadow for almost six months a year, with residents having to catch a cable car to the top of a nearby precipice to get a fix of midday vitamin D.

But on Wednesday faint rays from the winter sun for the first time reached the town’s market square, thanks to three giant mirrors placed on a mountain…

“Before when it was a fine day, you would see that the sky was blue and you knew that the sun was shining. But you couldn’t quite see it. It was very frustrating,” said Karin Roe, from the local tourist office. “This feels warm. When there is no time to get to the top of the mountains on weekdays, it will be lovely to come out for an hour and feel this warmth on my face.”

Like much of Scandinavia, Rjukan often is freezing throughout the winter, but on Wednesday it was 7 C.

If we convert 7 C to Fahrenheit we get 44.6 degrees.  How’s that for a balmy October day?

It would appear that the good people of Rjukan like the warmth.  And tire of the cold.  Well, that will not please the global warming alarmists.  Who will probably sue the town of Rjukan to remove those mirrors.  Because in their world all warming is bad.  And wrong.  While being cold is natural.  So the people of Rjukan should stay cold.  For the planet.  While people like Al Gore lounge in their beach villas.  Soaking up all the warmth and sun as they please.  For it may be bad in their world.  But even they love the warmth of the sun.  Proving that warm is good.  And cold is bad.

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