Daily Archives: November 21, 2010

Warmists Hate Those Philanthropists

New Yorker journalist Jane Mayer details in a recent, in-depth article that billionaires David and Charles Koch, titans of the oil industry, have been spending millions of dollars waging a covert disinformation campaign to thwart climate change legislation in the … Continue reading

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Historical Proxy Study Shows That Climate Scientists Have No Skill At Forecasting The Future

The proxy is their past predictions http://newsbusters.org/node/11640

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WaPo Finds A Second Republican Ex-Congressman Which They Like!

http://io9.com/ It is a stance that defies the findings of our country’s National Academy of Sciences, national scientific academies from around the world and 97 percent of the world’s climate scientists. http://www.washingtonpost.com/  

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Reagan The Environmentalist


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Arctic Oscillation Headed Back Towards Record Low Territory

http://www.cpc.noaa.gov/products/precip/CWlink/daily_ao_index/ao.sprd2.gif This winter is looking bleak. We have the triple whammy of a low AO, low SSTs and below normal Arctic temperatures. Will there be enough fossil fuel generating capacity this winter? How many people will die as a result … Continue reading

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Met Office Forecast To Get A Blast From The Past

http://img.snow-forecast.com/images2/europesnownext3to6days.17ca.jpg November snow forecast for Exeter. I wonder when was the last time that happened?

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SST Anomalies Dropping Like A Rock

http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sst_anom.html Changes from September 20 to November 20.

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Hockey Stick Worse Than We Thought

It is claimed that prior to the 1960s, tree ring data matched thermometers within a few tenths of a degree. I don’t see much evidence to support that in the Briffa/GISS  comparisons below. There are lots of places where one … Continue reading

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Making Stuff Up In Florida – Part 2

This story was reported by a Florida newspaper yesterday, claiming that we are short of snow along the Colorado Front Range. In fact, we are far above normal for the Front Range river basins. http://www.wrcc.dri.edu/snotelanom/snotelbasin Last year, Trenberth wrote this … Continue reading

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NOAA – No Connection Between Hurricane Frequency And “Global Warming”

Detection and attribution It remains uncertain whether past changes in any tropical cyclone activity (frequency, intensity, rainfall, and so on) exceed the variability expected through natural causes, after accounting for changes over time in observing capabilities. Tropical cyclone projections Frequency. … Continue reading

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