Daily Archives: May 8, 2014

President Saves The Planet!

President Obama waited for a hot day at the end of June last year, to call an outdoor press conference and sweat on camera. His purpose apparently was to convince people that it never used to get hot in D.C. during … Continue reading

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Lots Of Global Warming Coming To Colorado This Weekend

President Obama says we are burning up and dying of thirst in Colorado. Gaia has different plans. Weather Street:Clouds and Precipitation Forecast Movie

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I Appreciate Your Overwhelming Support

Since I added the donation button three days ago, the expressions of verbal and financial support I have received have been tremendous. It makes me feel that the thousands of hours I put into this research are appreciated. There aren’t any big … Continue reading

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1978 : Government Experts Said No End In Sight To Global Cooling – Polar Vortex Increasing

In 1978, government experts said the exact opposite of everything government experts say now. There wasn’t enough data to make conclusions about the southern hemisphere. Government scientists now just make up southern hemisphere data, and report it to 0.01 or … Continue reading

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Consensus Building

About 20 years ago when Al Gore became VP, the government largely quit funding climate skeptics. Huge amounts of money were poured into grants for scientists willing to tow the line of global warming alarmism. When the President and Secretary of … Continue reading

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Global Sea Ice Area Nearing A Record High

Global sea ice area is expanding rapidly, and is nearing a record high for early May. It is currently the second highest on record for the date, and the highest in 32 years. arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.global.anom.1979-2008

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No Trend Towards Heavy Rainfall In The US

Two inch rainfalls peaked around 1900, and again in the 1990’s. The pattern is an oscillation, not a linear trend. On a side note, we had more than an inch of rain yesterday, yet the Fort Collins weather station reported … Continue reading

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