Daily Archives: September 18, 2010

What Do These Couples Have In Common?


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Early Winter in Canada And Northern US

Early Snow In Montana Snow began falling in some areas of north central Montana and along the Rocky Mountain Front early on Friday, leaving some people checking their calendar to see if it is still, in fact, summer.

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Dr. Hansimian Forecast Update

Dr. Hansimian forecast 6-8 hurricanes this year, and we are currently at six.

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Igor Loses His Mojo

Igor has lost his “major hurricane” status. NOAA is still forecasting a major hurricane for the next couple of days, but that appears to already be incorrect. Julia and Karl are fading fast too.

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2011 Looking Like A Cold Year In The High Arctic

I tried something I had wanted to do for a while. I did a numerical integration of DMI Arctic temperature anomalies (north of 80N) for every year since 1990 (except 2002.) The graph above shows the results.

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Storm Size Matters

One of the biggest storms in modern memory was the March 1993 Superstorm, which happened during a period of unusual cold – i.e. low thermal energy.

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The Guardian Comes Clean – The Goal Is Fascism

These people are getting very scary. Same creeps, different revolution. If they can’t win an argument rationally, they resort to violence. From The Guardian It is time to acknowledge that mainstream environmentalism has failed to prevent climate catastrophe. Its refusal … Continue reading

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