Daily Archives: November 17, 2010

Sea Level Rise In Australia/New Zealand

NOAA monitors seven sites in Australia and New Zealand. The average rise rate is 1.63 mm/year, with none of the sites exceeding 3mm/year. At this rate, it will take 613 years to rise one metre and 3067 years to rise … Continue reading

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Global Warming Financiers Abandoning The Cause

Renewable energy advocates eye break from climate change debate Washington (Platts)–16Nov2010/712 pm EST/012 GMT Renewable energy advocates, now facing Republican control of the House of Representatives next year, are decoupling from efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions and retooling some … Continue reading

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“If The Present Refuses To Get Warmer – Then The Past Must Become Cooler”

Great quote from a reader at Climate Audit a few years ago. (I don’t remember who it was.) The graph above shows how USHCN has progressively cooled the past in Liberty, Texas. They have subtracted 3.4 degrees from measured temperatures … Continue reading

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USHCN Adjustments Subtract Almost Four Degrees From Liberty, Texas

The raw data shows a strong cooling trend for maximum temperatures in Liberty, Texas. Through the magic of USHCN adjustments, this cooling trend gets turned into a warming trend.

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“UC Berkeley study finds dire warnings on global warming may backfire”

Dire messages about global warming could backfire and actually increase skepticism about climate change among the general public, according to a new study by a University of California at Berkeley social psychologist. The study, which will be published in the … Continue reading

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Frozen Vancouver

Earlier in the year, the warm El Niño weather at the Vancouver Olympics was being widely touted as evidence of global warming. This winter, La Niña is about to hit Vancouver hard, with temperatures 10°C below normal. http://wxmaps.org/pix/temp2.html The forecast … Continue reading

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UC Davis Issues The Ski Report For 2100

Even assuming the most optimistic scenario, snowpack in the Tahoe Basin will decline by half by 2100. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/green/detail?entry_id=77186 Instead of issuing the ski report for 2100, why don’t they issue one for 2010? They won’t do that, because it will … Continue reading

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Arnie And David Blather On

http://www.foxbusiness.com/ In the meantime, California and the UK have well over 100 million people who completely depend on fossil fuels to survive from day to day. Few people would miss either of these guys if they went off to a … Continue reading

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Sea Level “Rise” In The Indian Ocean

NOAA has seven tide gauges around the Indian Ocean, including Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, Yemen, Malaysia and Thailand. The average sea level rise rate is 0.59 mm/year, with all gauges reporting below the IPCC minimum forecast of 1.9 mm/year. http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/sltrends/sltrends.shtml All … Continue reading

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