Daily Archives: June 20, 2012

NASA Mathematics

According to NASA’s top experts, the Arctic may be ice-free by the summer of 2012. An ice-free Arctic would require that the ice edge melts back about 20 miles a day, for the next ten weeks. That could happen if … Continue reading

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Arctic Albedo At The Solstice

The Sun has reached its peak elevation for the year in the Arctic, and is about to start its descent towards winter. Experts tell us that albedo loss in the Arctic is dramatically warming the climate, but I am having … Continue reading

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Learning To Think Green

An unenlightened individual might think it is stupid to build an expensive house in a location surrounded by 50 foot tall kindling wood, which burns every few decades. An enlightened green would instead recognize that the reason the house burned was due to … Continue reading

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Still No Betters

NSIDC says that Arctic ice extent is at a record low for the date. PIOMAS says that ice thickness is at a record low. NOAA says that it is the hottest year ever, with record highs exceeding record lows at a ratio … Continue reading

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Earth Month Needed

I was reading Robert Redford’s idiotic comments on the Huffington Post, and the comments of the morons who post there – and realized that the only way to get through to these people is to shut off fossil fuels for a … Continue reading

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UHI In Fort Collins : Part Deux

I found some aerial photos of the CSU campus, showing land use changes around the Fort Collins weather station. The station has warmed about 4F over the last 100 years. In 1937, the station was located in the middle of a farm, … Continue reading

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