Daily Archives: November 2, 2010

Franny’s Team Leading Inter At The Half

Makes me want to reduce my CO2 emissions by 10%. OMG – Crouch scored a goal.

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Two Days Before The Day After Tomorrow

According to NOAA, temperatures in Greenland hit -100C yesterday. http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/psd/map/images/fnl/sfctmp_01.fnl.gif Just kidding. Looks like an artifact of an automatically generated map. But temperatures are below -35C, which may be cold enough to form ice. I’d have to check with Obama’s … Continue reading

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Obama Wants You To Vote

Obama wants all “bitter people who cling to guns and religion” to get out and vote today.  

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Indian Summer In Siberia

October temperatures at Ojmjakon, Russia averaged -3F (-19C) http://www.wunderground.com/history/station/24688/2010/11/3/MonthlyHistory.html So far this November, temperatures are averaging -34F, with a low of -43F. I’ll bet the trick or treating went well there this year.    

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Chris Landsea’s Resignation From The IPCC

Chris Landsea, chief scientist at the National Hurricane Center, resigned from the IPCC in 2005. He objected to the poor science and politics behind the IPCC hurricane claims. I personally cannot in good faith continue to contribute to a process … Continue reading

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Volcanoes Make Lots Of CO2 – When It Suits The Global Warming Argument

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthnews/8102821/Earth-will-take-100000-years-to-recover-from-global-warming-say-geologists.html Apparently volcanoes make CO2 when convenient. Most of the time the claim is that volcanoes produce much less CO2 than humans. But when convenient for the global warming argument, the claim is that volcanoes produce huge amounts of CO2. … Continue reading

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Death Valley – July 1913

Back in Hansen’s safe days of CO2 far below 350 ppm, Death Valley had seven days in a row with temperatures over 127F. This included July 10 which hit  134F – the hottest temperature ever recorded in North America. ‘Average … Continue reading

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