Daily Archives: September 15, 2010

More NOAA Problems

Anthony noted an error on the NOAA web site, where they claimed that Arctic ice extent was second lowest on record. On further examination, I noticed another serious problem.

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Global Warming Claims Another Victim

From The Guardian Mike Castle’s belief in the science of climate change and support for cap and trade laws saw him lose the nomination to rightwing Christine O’Donnell While we can’t specifically blame this primary loss on global warming, we … Continue reading

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“Third World” Chelsea Up 4-1

The Vatican has declared the UK to be  a “third world country” But at least the English football teams are doing OK. At 60 minutes Chelsea leads MSK Zilina 4-1. Chelsea scored all five goals – but coming from a … Continue reading

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NSIDC Calls The 2010 Minimum

http://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/2010/091510.html Arctic sea ice appears to have reached its annual minimum extent on 10 September. The minimum ice extent was the third-lowest in the satellite record, after 2007 and 2008, and continues the trend of decreasing summer sea ice.

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Would Anyone Have Noticed Julia 80 Years Ago?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:1933_Atlantic_hurricane_season_map.png The 1933 Hurricane season was the second most active on record, but no storms were reported in the mid-Atlantic. This was typical of the era – the technology did not exist to track or locate far offshore hurricanes in … Continue reading

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Turns Out It Was Canada Which Lost The Ice

Norway is absolved. Changes over the last four days.

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“Children and Adults will be Able to Mitigate Global Warming by Playing with new toy”

http://www.vivagoal.com/images/wallpapers/world-of-warcraft-17.jpg Blizzard Entertainment must be shaking in their boots. Every kid I know wants to “mitigate global warming” as their primary concern.

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