Daily Archives: March 15, 2011

There’s 21 Born Every Minute

What kind of person actually believes that they control the climate? Even if they believed the climate models, they should know that nothing they propose would make a rat’s ass worth of difference anyway. It is all feel good nothingness. … Continue reading

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CO2 Is The Most Serious Problem Mankind Has Ever Faced

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The UN Needs To Tax You – For The Sake Of The Planet

http://www.foxnews.com/

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Nero’s Basketball Picks

http://www.whitehousedossier.com/2011/03/15/president-obamas-trivial-pursuits-2/

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CSM 2010 : Gulf Oil Spill Was The Worst Disaster In Earth’s 4.5 Billion Year History

Even worse than the planetary collision which formed the Moon! http://www.csmonitor.com/

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1910 : “merely temporary localized intensifications of climate,” which life has repeatedly survived.

http://query.nytimes.com/

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1907 : “warmer in Northern Greenland than in Southern France”

Romm would be calling for 100% taxes. http://query.nytimes.com/

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1897 : Severe Drought Too Hot For “unfortunate little savages”

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Whacked Out GISS 1200km Extrapolation – Accurate to 0.01 Degrees

The map below shows the GISS February, 2011 extrapolation projected on to a sphere. The extrapolation patterns are bizarre, with negative anomalies abutting +5 anomalies. Their map represents impossible physical conditions. Most of their Arctic data is fabricated, because they … Continue reading

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Overland Makes Warmcold Official

Homer-Dixon cites new research by leading Arctic climate scientist James Overland of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Overland found that last winter heat released in the fall from the Arctic’s large expanse of open water helped create bulges … Continue reading

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