Daily Archives: January 26, 2013

McKitten Continues To Get Buried

Weather Street:Clouds and Precipitation Forecast Movie Did CO2 decline since last winter?

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No Trend In US July Temperatures

Before NOAA tampered with the data, July 2012 was fourth hottest after 1901, 1936 and 1934. There has been no trend in July temperatures in the US since 1895.

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Follow The Money

Bearing in mind that recent climate change and biodiversity agreements both talk of sums in the order of $100bn per year by 2020, and that the Rio+20 agenda is far broader, you can guess at the sums of money that … Continue reading

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No Trend In US January Temperatures Since 1895

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Live View Of Heidi Cullen Drought Devastation In The West

Web Cam – Wolf Creek Ski Area

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The Hand Of God Tips For Argentina

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How Far Off Were NASA’s Solar Cycle Forecasts?

You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to work at NASA HathawayWilson2006-preprint.pdf Red is predicted. Green is what happened. NASA’s solar forecasts are every bit as good as their climate forecasts

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AGU Ethics Director Is Also An Idiot

Not only is Gleick a criminal, but he is an idiot too. Twitter / PeterGleick: @RogerPielkeJr Uh, so Sandy … Homer …… you are missing the most basic information about climate Glossary of NHC Terms h/t to Tom Nelson

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NASA Experts Predict Big Solar Cycle

Dec. 21, 2006: Evidence is mounting: the next solar cycle is going to be a big one. Solar cycle 24, due to peak in 2010 or 2011 “looks like its going to be one of the most intense cycles since … Continue reading

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Summer Of 2012 Was Average For 110 Degree Days

The NOAA hottest summer ever of 2012 was about average for very hot days in the US. The summer of 1936 had more than six times as many 110 degree readings as the summer of 2012 – which didn’t rank in … Continue reading

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