Real Climate Science Is On The Air

I’m posting at  RealClimateScience first, and here later.

If you want in on the early scoop, you know where to go!

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Ten Years After The New Normal

In 2005, “climate experts” (aka “fraudsters” “snake oil salesmen” “incompetents” “criminals” “liars”) told us that major hurricanes like Katrina were the “new normal.”

Instead, we got the exact opposite with the quietest decade on record for US hurricanes.

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It has been almost ten years since the US was hit by a major (category 3-5) hurricane – the longest such period on record.

Climate experts will parrot whatever mindless, baseless propaganda is needed to keep their funding stream alive.

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July 1916 – US Hit By Two Major Hurricanes Within Ten Days

Major hurricanes are rare in July, but in 1916 the US was hit by two of them within ten days.

By contrast, the US has not been hit by a major hurricane in almost ten years. Climate experts say hurricanes are getting worse.

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Everywhere – We See Signs Of Incompetent Scientists

One year ago, the Boston Globe published this brilliant piece of work.

In Maine, scientists see signs of climate change

By David Abel GLOBE STAFF  SEPTEMBER 21, 2014

ACADIA NATIONAL PARK, Maine — With milder winters sparking a surge in deer ticks, park rangers now duct-tape their ankles while combing the wilds of Acadia, where native flowers are disappearing at alarming rates and invasive species are thriving.

Along the rocky coast of Georgetown, Maine, lobstermen are finding more black sea bass in their traps, spiny intruders that until recently were almost never spotted so far north. In a pond in Brunswick, an increasingly prevalent disease has ravaged amphibians.

In a state with the highest percentage of forested land and a long, famously scenic coastline, where timber and fisheries remain at the heart of the economy, climate change has become an immediate concern.

Heat waves, more powerful storms, and rising seas are increasingly transforming Maine — effects that most climate scientists trace to greenhouse gases warming the planet.

In Maine, climate change is taking a toll – Metro – The Boston Globe

Maine is having their coldest year on record.

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“Most climate scientists” are completely incompetent buffoons who don’t understand the first thing about the climate. They collect government grants in exchange for parroting mindless propaganda.

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Sea Level Has Been Rising For 20,000 Years – Obama Thinks He Can Stop It

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There can be little doubt that we have a world class moron in the White House

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Miracles

Einstein said :

There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle.

Albert Einstein

I had the most incredible day today, cycling, hiking, wine tasting and canoeing in Maryland.

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A few weeks ago, I was violently ill and wasn’t sure I was going to make it. I have lost 30 pounds since late June.

Thanks to the grace of God, I have made a full recovery and feel fantastic at my new weight. Cycling up hills is incredibly easy now.

I see everything as a miracle. Every breath, every leaf, every sip of wine. All of our illusions of being in control are arrogant nonsense.

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Global Warming To Kill 4.5 Billion People By 2012

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The Canadian National Newspaper: Over 4.5 Billion people could die from Global Warming-related causes by 2012

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Pentagon Says Global Warming Will Destroy The Planet By The Year 2020

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Pentagon tells Bush: climate change will destroy us | Environment | The Guardian

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