Daily Archives: November 27, 2010

Second Hand Smoke Kills Exactly Four Times As Many People As Global Warming

http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE6AP00D20101126 http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/2005/may/19/thisweekssciencequestions.climatechange    

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Deciphering The Met Office

Some confusing communications have been released this week from the Met Office. The reason they are confusing is because we are not educated enough to understand them, but I will attempt to explain them here. The area in red above … Continue reading

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Met Office Challenge Part 2

http://www.woodfortrees.org/ The red line represents the HadCRUT global cooling trend over the last decade (1/1/2001 – 10/31/2010.) The green line represents GISS. “There’s a very clear warming trend but it’s not as rapid as it was before,” Pope told reporters yesterday in … Continue reading

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High Resolution Imagery Detects Human Impact On Arctic Ice

recent results from the Met Office do show that there is a detectable human impact in the long-term decline in sea ice over the past 30 years, and all the evidence points to a complete loss of summer sea ice … Continue reading

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Berbatov : At The Right Place At The Right Time

Five goals. I particularly liked the assist he took from Chimbonda.

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Sea Ice Crossover Delayed

Normally, Arctic sea ice extent surpasses Antarctic extent in early December, but it isn’t going to happen this year. Antarctic ice is 1.7 million km² above normal, and Arctic ice is below normal by the same amount. Based on current … Continue reading

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“Hottest Year Ever” Story Is Worse Than It Seems

http://www.remss.com/msu/msu_data_monthly.html At present, no one other than GISS claims 2010 is the hottest year ever. The Met Office has announced their intentions to “adjust” their data in order to make 2010 (possibly) #1, but it hasn’t happened yet. The other … Continue reading

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