Daily Archives: March 21, 2014

The Climate Scientist Who Got It Right

In 1996, CSU’s Bill Gray predicted weak cooling for the next 20-30 years. His forecast was spot on. Wood for Trees: Interactive Graphs Hurricanes spiked shortly after Bill made his forecast. Bill’s reward for extreme competence and forecasting accuracy, was … Continue reading

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A Proxy For Unprecedented Global Warming Over The Last 40 Years

During the ice age scare of 1973, there was almost no Great Lakes ice on March 21   Ice Charts – Winter 1973 / c73mar21.jpg Since then, the planet has heated out of control and the Great Lakes now have … Continue reading

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Progressives Are So Smart

Russia might invade Ukraine if Obama wins, Palin warns

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Obama As The Great Leveler

Before he was elected, Obama said that Republicans were bitter people who cling to guns and religion. But after five years he has succeeded in leveling the playing field, and now sees everyone as bitter. President Barack Obama warned yesterday … Continue reading

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Brilliant Sunshine – Tee Times Available At Minus 45 Degrees

Climate experts announced earlier this week that Greenland is melting down faster than expected, at 77 degrees below the freezing point. summit:status:webcam

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No Matter How Much Tampering They Do, They Just Can’t Get Up To Scenario C

Hansen’s Scenario C assumed that CO2 emissions essentially stopped after the year 2000. But even with their most recent data tampering, NASA can’t get temperatures quite up to the zero emissions level. The graph below shows the actual temperature, as … Continue reading

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Climate Science As A Dark Comedy

Global warming will cut crop harvests by 2% each decade, researchers say Crop harvests have been increasing steadily decade after decade Decline in predicted crop yields is larger than first thought and could endanger food security, unless CO² emissions are … Continue reading

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