Monthly Archives: September 2010

Guardian Readers Who Think A Movie About Killing Schoolchildren Is Funny

Check out these comments : Lots more where these came from. If they liked the 10:10 film, they will probably love these real-life school massacre flicks : Advertisements

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Threatening Children With Violent Death

Global warmers are now promoting the idea that children who don’t reduce their carbon footprint should be murdered by their school teachers. These people are complete scum. At least the witch burners in Salem usually killed adults. Which members of … Continue reading

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The Grapes Of Romm

One 1930s record which USHCN can’t adjust downwards, is Steinbeck’s 1939 novel The Grapes of Wrath. The story centered around people surviving the extreme heat, drought and hardships of the 1930s. Dr. Hansen wrote in 1999 Empirical evidence does not … Continue reading

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Pakistan – “Worst Flooding In Centuries”

1974 – Same story, different crisis when meteorologists take an average of temperatures around the globe they find that the atmosphere has been growing gradually cooler for the past three decades. The trend shows no indication of reversing. Climatological Cassandras … Continue reading

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Vindicating Barry Bonds

Mr. Bonds has been accused using performance enhancing drugs, yet the data clearly shows that there is a better explanation. When CO2 levels were low in the year 1876, the most home runs anyone could come up with in a … Continue reading

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Understanding The Arctic Minimum

The PIPS video below makes it easy to understand the behaviour of Arctic ice during September. During the first three weeks of September, southerly winds blew the ice towards the pole. This compacted and melted the thinner ice, leaving a … Continue reading

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Arctic Ice Nearly Back To 2006 Levels

Blink comparator above, showing US Navy PIPS ice – September 30, 2006 vs today. As you can see, the extent and thickness of Arctic ice is similar today to what it was four years ago – before Dr. Hansen declared … Continue reading

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