Daily Archives: December 5, 2010

Climate Science Closing Out The Year With One Lie After Another

Global sea ice extent is above normal. Polar Bears are not going extinct. 2010 is not the warmest year. Sea level rise rates have not changed since the last century, and are currently much lower than 3 mm/year. Snow is … Continue reading

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NSIDC Shows Global Sea Ice Excess Increasing

Arctic ice extent overlaid on Antarctic extent. The positive anomaly in the south is larger than the shrinking negative anomaly in the north, when shown at the same scale. Yes, they are at the same scale, as you can see … Continue reading

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RSS 2010 vs 1998

http://www.remss.com Dr. Hansen says that he “wouldn’t be surprised” if everyone else agrees that 2010 is the hottest year, but RSS has 2010 considerably cooler than 1998. Temperatures have plummeted since mid-November, so it would require an extraordinary extra-terrestrial event … Continue reading

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Global Warming In Maine

Temperatures in Maine peaked from 1895 to 1950, with the warmest year in 1913 -when CO2 was 301 ppm. Even with upwards adjustments of newer temperatures and downwards adjustments of older temperatures, they haven’t been able to get 2010 up … Continue reading

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NASA Wants To Pollute The Atmosphere To Solve An Imaginary Problem They Created

http://www.rgj.com/

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Publicly Funded NPR Denies That They Function As A Left Wing Advocacy Group Despite Scientific Evidence To The Contrary

http://www.npr.org

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Global Warming In Texas

NCDC Texas year-to-date mean temperatures with five year running mean in red. Texas warmed from 1895 to 1950, cooled for 15 years, and then warmed again until the late 1990s. Fifteen of Texas’s twenty warmest years occurred before 1960. The … Continue reading

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Global Warming In Louisiana

NCDC Louisiana year-to-date mean temperatures with five year running mean in red. Louisiana warmed from 1895 to 1950, cooled for 15 years, and then warmed again until the late 1990s. Fifteen of Louisiana’s twenty warmest years occurred before 1960. The … Continue reading

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Snow Is A Thing Of The Past

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-york-north-yorkshire-11921396 Is there any reason why people still listen to climatologist’s forecasts? h/t to Malaga View

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Temperatures Plummeting On The US West Coast Over The Past Decade

Year to date temperatures in all of the west coast states are dropping at a rate of between 5 and 20 degrees per century. California Arizona Nevada

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