Daily Archives: September 19, 2010

8º F In Siberia

http://www.wunderground.com/global/stations/24688.html Summer in Siberia is going out with a bang. Temperatures in Ojmjakon, Russia are currently 8 degrees Fahrenheit (-13º Celsius.). No doubt the press and Joe Romm will cover this with the same zeal as they covered Moscow a … Continue reading

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Violent Tornadoes Are Driven By Cold Temperatures

The image above overlays violent US tornado strikes vs. GISS US temperatures.

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More Comedy At The Guardian

http://www.guardian.co.uk/ ————————————— Afternoon update

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More On The Disappearing North Pole

To make it more clear what is happening, these images from September 16-18 show the pole hole growing in size. As the sun sets over the Arctic, our visible satellite imagery is also disappearing. Thus the need for microwave imagery … Continue reading

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US Temperatures Having Difficulty Keeping It Up

Since 1998, GISS has shown some interesting changes to the US temperature data – as seen in the blink comparator above. The present got warmer and the past got cooler. Nevertheless, the most recent GISS graph shows that US temperatures … Continue reading

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Is GISS Consistent With Statements From Climate Experts?

http://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/2010july/figure2.pdf GISS released this graph in July, showing unabated warming since the mid-1970s.

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SST Changes Over The Last Two Weeks

The blink comparator above shows how SST anomalies have changed since early September.

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