Daily Archives: November 23, 2010

We Can All Retire Now- Tamino Has Everything Under Control

http://tamino.wordpress.com/2010/11/23/all-that-data/ I found out that the mainstream climate scientists had the right interpretation. Every time. The ones who keep telling us that global warming is real, is man-made, and is dangerous — they’re the ones who were right about what … Continue reading

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Cold In Montana

This reading probably isn’t correct, but the National Park Service is reporting a new all time record low for the lower 48 states, at Glacier National Park -78.7F (-61.5C.) http://www.nps.gov/ That can’t be right, because 2010 is the hottest year ever. h/t … Continue reading

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Little Deflated Footballs

http://littlegreenfootballs.com/ The disaster loving crowd is in hysterics about my June sea ice forecast of 5.5 million km^2, which was 11% too high. What they wanted to see was this : Sadly for them, they didn’t get their record low. … Continue reading

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My First Query To The Climate Science Rapid Response Team

Antarctic sea ice is currently about three standard deviations above normal, according to NSIDC graphs. The excess sea ice is necessarily located at relatively low latitudes, and the sun is near its peak in Antarctica now. This means that large … Continue reading

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Polar Ice Radiative Feedback Cools The Planet

The graph above overlays the NSIDC Arctic graph (red) on their Antarctic graph (blue) with both axes normalised to the same scale. Note that there is almost twice as much sea ice in the southern hemisphere as there is in … Continue reading

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Antarctic Ice Three Standard Deviations Above Normal

The Sun is up high in the sky over Antarctica and sea ice extent is far above normal. The extra ice reflects sunlight back into space, which has the effect of a positive feedback, reinforcing the extreme cold which the … Continue reading

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The ice caps are in trouble

The ice caps are in trouble http://www.smh.com.au

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