Differentiating Between Global Cooling Winters And Global Warming Winters

Forty years ago, experts said that cold, snowy winters in the East were caused by global cooling and excess Arctic ice – but now they are caused by global warming and a deficiency of Arctic ice. Isn’t science grand?

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Colorado – Or Fat?

Most of my time this week has been spent playing beach volleyball on the Riviera Maya. There are about 4,000 people staying at the resort, and more than half of the volleyball players have been from Colorado – with about half of the Coloradans being Russian immigrants. Almost all of the rest of the players are French speakers from Canada and France.

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Greenhouse Effect For Dummies Again

Taking this down to the most basic level which even the dumbest person couldn’t possibly misinterpret.

The sun warms the Earth’s surface, which causes the Earth’s surface to emit longwave radiation.

Greenhouse gases like H2O and CO2 absorb certain wavelengths of longwave radiation emitted from the Earth’s surface. This adds energy to those molecules, which gets transferred to nearby molecules as heat. Without the greenhouse gas molecules, that energy would have been directly transmitted back into space without warming the atmosphere.

Straw man arguments about things I didn’t say, are not welcome.

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Experts Busted Again : Three Consecutive Years Of Record Low Tornado Activity

Three years ago, climate experts blamed the tornado in Joplin, Missouri on global warming.

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Each of the three years since that claim was made, have successively broken the record for record low tornado activity in the US.

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Growth In Arctic Sea Ice Since 2006

Green shows current ice which didn’t exist on November 25, 2006

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35 Years Of Unprecedented Polar Melting

After 35 years of unprecedented Mann-made melting, the area of sea ice on Earth is almost identical to 35 years ago.

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Arctic Sea Ice Extent At A Decadal High Every Day In November

Arctic sea ice extent has been at a 10 year high every day in November. Experts call the high ice extent an unprecedented meltdown.

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