Daily Archives: October 3, 2010

News Flash – Life At The Poles Is Tough

Male Emperor Penguins go for three months without eating – in -70 degree weather with 100 mph winds – while carrying an egg which if they drop will grow up to be socially dysfunctional. If their wife is one day … Continue reading

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Living Inside Their Own Heads

This is what our friends imagine the Arctic looks like. Full of poor, starving, depressed  creatures with bearly enough energy to move – trapped inside an eternal summer of hellish temperatures brought on by evil humans and their SUVs. The … Continue reading

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How Long Can They Keep It Up?

Last year, Kevin Trenberth famously asked the hockey team “where the heck is global warming?”  “The fact is that we can’t account for the lack of warming at the moment and it is a travesty that we can’t.” They obviously … Continue reading

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Chelsea 2 – Arsenal 0

The Alex goal was one of the finest shots I have ever seen. Nothing anyone could have done to stop that rocket.

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Sea Level Change in La Jolla Over the Last 140 Years

I’ve been going to the beach in La Jolla, California for more than half a century. The beach there hasn’t changed a bit. The animation above shows how little change has occurred since 1871. https://www.sandiegohistory.org/timeline/images/80-2860.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/da/090207-LaJollaCove.jpg First time I went … Continue reading

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An Exercise in Just How Clueless They Are

John Cook claims that there is a 40 Year Delay Between Cause and Effect when it comes to CO2 Let’s put that theory to the test.

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No Correlation Between Sea Level And Atmospheric CO2

Average sea level rise has been very steady for the last 100 years at about 2 mm/year, which is comparable to the rise recorded by CU over the last five years. That is at least 15-30X too low to reach … Continue reading

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