Daily Archives: November 11, 2010

Hansen To Finally Speak Out?

http://www.redorbit.com/ After running the largest and longest running propaganda campaign in the history of the western world, alarmists are concerned that they haven’t gotten their message out. I’m looking forward to hearing what Dr. Hansen thinks about the subject. To … Continue reading

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Rocky Mountain High

Climate change called threat to Maine park Nov 11, 2010 5:45am Email   Print AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A new report says climate change could raise the ocean level near Acadia National Park by a few feet, threatening low-lying park roads, … Continue reading

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Make A Conclusion – Then Find Evidence To Back It Up

2010-11-11 16:20:00 A new research by scientists has found that variations in atmosphere carbon dioxide around 40 million years ago were tightly linked to changes in global temperature. The rapid increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels around 40 million years … Continue reading

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How Many Angels?

Green shows areas of ice gain since 2007. Brown shows deficiencies below the 1979-2000 mean. Pink shows areas where there was more ice in 2007. There is very little year over year variation the rest of the winter (except in … Continue reading

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Kiribati Was Half Submerged During WWII

Kiribati is asking for “climate change mitigation funding” from stupid westerners this week, because sea level is rising there at a rate of six inches per century. Below are some pictures showing what Kiribati looked like in the 1940s. Tarawa, … Continue reading

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1937 – Record Floods, Devastating Drought, Record Cold, Massive Dust Storms

If we had a repeat of 1937 in 2011, warmists would be calling for human sacrifice. In the context of peer-reviewed science, of course. http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/066/mwr-066-01-0009.pdf If that happened now, IIThe outstanding event associated with tlie went1ic.r of the year was … Continue reading

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The science behind global warming


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