Daily Archives: November 24, 2010

Satellite Temperatures Hit Absolute Zero

UAH Channel 5 is reporting a temperature of 0K today. http://discover.itsc.uah.edu/ http://discover.itsc.uah.edu/amsutemps/

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Doctor I Have Had A Headache Two Days In A Row

We don’t know what caused yesterday’s headache, but we do know that whatever it was did not cause today’s headache. If you don’t know what caused yesterday’s headache, how do you know it didn’t cause today’s headache? The consensus of … Continue reading

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Les Changements Climatiques Dans Grenoble

Durant les années 1990, j’ai réussi une équipe d’ingénieurs à Meylan (Grenoble) qui m’a dit qu’ils ne pouvaient plus de ski dans les lieux où Jean-Claude Killy a gagné son hat-trick, due au réchauffement climatique. Peut-être que le climat est … Continue reading

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My Third Query To The Climate Science Rapid Response Team

Rising sea levels are often touted by climate scientists as evidence of global warming, yet we know that for the last 8,000 years sea level has steadily risen – while temperatures were steadily falling. Why doesn’t peer review catch this … Continue reading

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Romm : Antarctica Melting Down In The Heat

He must be talking about a different Antarctica. The one on this planet is experiencing  record cold and ice.

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Leonardo Wants To Boost The Tiger Population

Leonardo DiCaprio yesterday made a $1 million commitment to boost the population of tigers while attending a St. Petersburg summit hosted by Russian President Vladimir Putin, reported The Guardian of Britain. http://www.dispatch.com/ I’ll bet there aren’t a lot of Tigers … Continue reading

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Dr. Walt Meier : Ice Free Arctic During The Last 15,000 Years

“Examination of several proxy records (e.g., sediment cores) of sea ice indicate ice-free or near ice-free summer conditions for at least some time during the period of 15,000 to 5,000 years ago” http://wattsupwiththat.com/2010/07/14/nsidcs-dr-walt-meier-part-2/ The Polar Bears must have gone extinct. … Continue reading

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