Daily Archives: October 16, 2010

Seattle To Be “Flattened” By Global Warming

Mt Rainier – Seattle’s doom It is worse than we thought. Marc Morano sent this over : A warming world could leave cities flattened Over the last decade, rock avalanches and landslides have become more common in high mountain ranges, … Continue reading

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GISS Still On Track For Hottest Year Ever

GISS is still showing 2010 as hotter than 2005 or 1998. They list 2005 as the current hottest year, and 2010 is well ahead.

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Enough Spam

Sadly, the comments are being taken over by spamsters. New policy is, unless they are directly addressing the points of the article in question. our friends are limited to one ad hom off topic post per thread. I will delete … Continue reading

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Update On The Obama Adminstration’s Ice Free Winter

The President’s science advisor John Holdren speculated last year on the possibility of an ice free winter in the Arctic. …if you lose the summer sea ice, there are phenomena that could lead you not so very long thereafter to … Continue reading

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My UAH October Forecast

I forecast a large drop in the UAH channel 5 anomaly this month, down to 0.35. This is based on daily temperatures for the first half of the month.  

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NASA Proves That CO2 Is Good

A closer look at the NASA paper referred to by the AOL article. Without the sustaining support by the non-condensing greenhouse gases, Earth’s greenhouse effect collapsed as water vapor quickly precipitated from the atmosphere, plunging the model Earth into an … Continue reading

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WWF Caught In Another Big Lie : Polar Bears Doing Just Fine

Despite findings by World Wildlife Fund and others that polar bears with triplet cubs have been declining in recent years, anecdotal sightings from guides this summer included surprisingly “frequent sightings of polar bear mothers with triplets,”

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