Daily Archives: December 7, 2010

Polar Amplification

Both poles seem to be amplifying the cold now. NSIDC is now showing a significant excess in global ice of about 500,000 km² So much for the polar meltdown……..    

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Persistent Cold In Antarctica

Temperatures have been running far below normal for more than three weeks.

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PIPS Correlation vs. NSIDC

The blink comparator overlays the NSIDC mid-September ice age map on the most recent PIPS map. As you can see, the thick green PIPS areas correspond well with multi-year ice. The ice has moved some over the last three months, … Continue reading

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1,000 Recorded Floods On The Yangtze River

Including one in 1931 that killed 145,000 people. CO2 was 310 ppm at the time, well below Hansen’s safe level of 350. Yangtze River, China 1931 Death Toll: 145,000 Although the Huang He has caused more deaths, the Yangtze has … Continue reading

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Turns Out That Manhattan Really Is Underwater

TRENTON — Three Rutgers University scientists came to Trenton today to give Gov. Chris Christie a message: climate change is real, and it’s man-made. “I’ve heard over 100 different arguments about why we shouldn’t accept global warming. They’re all fallacious … Continue reading

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US Navy Oceanographer Needs To Check US Navy Ice Data

Romm reports : The Navy’s operational ice forecast system shows that his statement (as reported by Romm) is probably incorrect. Arctic Ice is thicker now than it was two years ago.

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GISS Clueless In 1999 : Warmer Winters Linked To Greenhouse Gases

Warmer and Wetter Winters in Europe and Western North America Linked to Increasing Greenhouse Gases June 2, 1999 Why are winters warming up so much faster over Northern Hemisphere continents than over the rest of the globe? A new study … Continue reading

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Obama : “What’s snow doing on the ground in North Carolina?”

Obama Warns Of ‘Sputnik Moment,’ Calls For Greater Focus On Education And Innovation Staff | Monday, December 6, 2010 at 3:58PM | Share Article | Email Article | Print Article President Barack Obama delivered the following remarks Monday: THE PRESIDENT:  Thank … Continue reading

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Death Spiral : Navy PIPS Shows Large Increase In Thick Ice Since 2008

Ice greater than 2.5 metres thick has more than doubled in area since the same date in 2008.

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Global Warming Causes Declining Snow Cover

http://www.environbusiness.com/CChange/CC_eff_inf.html Increasing river flow into lakes causes the water level to decline. Brilliant. http://www.accuweather.com/blogs/news/story/42618/major-snowstorm-could-hit-the.asp

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