Daily Archives: September 13, 2010

UAH Temperatures Plummeting

UAH Channel 5 temperatures have dropped below 2009, for the first time this year.

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Bankrupting Kansas

http://www.businessweek.com/ap/financialnews/D9I73A080.htm Kansas anger over EPA TOPEKA, KAN. Kansas legislators opposed to regulating greenhouse gases are doubly upset because the federal government is forcing the state into limiting emissions, and they don’t yet see a good strategy for preventing it. Some members … Continue reading

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Alchemy Of Salt

Discovery News reports that global warming is creating salt. Every day seems to bring another bad piece of news about global warming. Just this month, we found out the oceans are saltier than ever and 2010 will probably be the … Continue reading

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Global Warming Worries In Wales

Wales is just as warm as it was 80 years ago, so it makes sense for people there to be concerned about global warming.

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Bankrupting The Coal Industry

We are now almost two years into the Obama administration. I wonder how his January 17, 2008 promise to bankrupt the coal industry is coming long?

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GISS On Track For Hottest Year Ever

It appears almost certain that GISS will declare 2010 to be the hottest year ever.

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CO2 Having No Influence on Antarctic Sea Ice

Sea ice data from UIUC shows that there has been no change in date of the Antarctic minimum, the date of the maximum, or the length of the Antarctic winter/summer.

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Dummheit in Deutschland

My traffic was way up overnight. Turns out a web forum in Germany has attracted lots of people who don’t understand the difference between glacial ice and sea ice. Is it a language problem or just plain AGW Dummheit?

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JAXA Melt Season – Shortest On Record

It appears that the JAXA extent graph has bottomed out. If so, the melt season (date of the minimum minus the date of the maximum) in 2010 was the shortest in their eight year record, at 163 days. The previous … Continue reading

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Central Arctic Freezing Up Rapidly

The blink comparator shows changes in the ice near the North Pole at 87.5N 168.0E over the last four days. As you can see, all of the open water has frozen over. This causes area measurements to increase.

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