Daily Archives: October 11, 2010

GRACE – Clueless AGW Science

Last November, the headlines read “NASA Satellites Detect Unexpected Ice Loss in East Antarctica” Remarkably, they claimed that ice was disappearing at a rapid rate from an area of East Antarctica (500 km from the coast) – where the temperature … Continue reading

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US Temperatures On The Decline

From listening to Romm, you would think that the US is having a very hot year. He has claimed heat from coast to coast. But NOAA data shows Romm’s folly. The map above is based on the NOAA year to … Continue reading

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Why Won’t They Let Me Referee Too?

Not my kid ……. I coach one of my kid’s soccer teams. The league won’t let me referee his games though. They have this bizarre theory that I might not be objective. It isn’t that they consider me to be … Continue reading

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Mann : Influencing Policy Isn’t Fun Any More

For many years, Michael Mann appeared more than happy to be a key player in influencing government “climate policy.” He has changed his tune. Stating that as a scientist, he should, in theory, have no stake in the elections at … Continue reading

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Hansen On The Ice Free Arctic

“We see a tipping point occurring right before our eyes,” Hansen told the AP before the luncheon. “The Arctic is the first tipping point and it’s occurring exactly the way we said it would.” Hansen, echoing work by other scientists, … Continue reading

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Mark Serreze On The 2013 Ice Free Arctic

Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013’ Professor Wieslaw Maslowski told an American Geophysical Union meeting that previous projections had underestimated the processes now driving ice loss….”In the end, it will just melt away quite suddenly. “I think Wieslaw is probably a … Continue reading

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Death Spiral : Arctic Ice At Record High In The DMI Database

The Danish Meteorological Institute has been tracking Arctic ice extent since 2005. They use the more meaningful 30% concentration standard, and as of today show 2010 as the highest on record for the date. Ice extent is now more than a … Continue reading

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