Daily Archives: September 15, 2010

Beauty And The Beast

It will be interesting to watch the paths of Julia and Igor over the next few days. Both are headed towards areas of warm water at 30N, so we should see SST cooling at that latitude over the next week … Continue reading

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Sins Of Omission

How do you create the big lie? Simple, tell only half the story.

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Starting To Freeze at 84N

The blink comparator above shows changes in the ice over the last week at 84N 150E, which is 680 km from the pole. You can that the amount of open water is reduced and will probably completely freeze over during … Continue reading

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Venus Is Hot – Mars Is Not

Both planets have atmospheric CO2 concentrations around 95%. Earth’s atmosphere has only 0.04% CO2. The density of CO2 in both planet’s atmospheres is much higher than Earth’s atmosphere. Temperatures on Venus average a balmy 467°C, but temperatures on Mars average … Continue reading

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