Daily Archives: March 21, 2011

Northwest Passage In 1905

              http://query.nytimes.com

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Northwest Passage In 1853 : Open Water Found In The Arctic Basin – In May

……. ……. http://query.nytimes.com/

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Is Climate Change Happening Faster Than Climate Change Used To Happen?

Scientists have no metrics (or even definitions) for measuring climate change, yet they still seem to be able to determine that unmeasured climate change is happening faster now than unmeasured climate change used to happen. For example, Joe Romm found … Continue reading

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Is Climate Change Caused By Climate Change?

History shows that the climate changes constantly. Now that the term “climate change” has been hijacked by people who are superstitious about CO2, I have to wonder if historical climate change was the result of climate change, or if is … Continue reading

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Romm : Renewable Energy Never Runs Out – Until The Wind Stops Blowing, Or It Gets Cloudy, Or The Sun Sets, Or Autumn Arrives, Or It Gets Too Cold ….

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1922 : Hotspot In Libya

September 1922 set the record for hottest temperature ever recorded – Libya at 136F. GISS seems to think that the heat was confined to about one thermometer. http://data.giss.nasa.gov/

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1922 : 100F In The Arctic

http://query.nytimes.com/ 95F in northern Norway. http://trove.nla.gov.au  

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Research Confirms : IPCC Forecasts Match IPCC Forecasts

What remains uncertain is how these increases of carbon dioxide– an important greenhouse gas– and other human impacts such as land use changes will react with naturally occurring climate forces and variability in the future. Predictions of global temperature increases … Continue reading

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Why Extreme Weather Statistics Are Hopelessly Misleading

In the satellite era, we get very high, regular sample rates across almost the entire planet. This guarantees capture of minimums and maximums (like minimum pressure of a hurricane, or peak rainfall.) The graph above shows a sine wave with … Continue reading

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Blistering Start To Spring In Greenland

http://www.summitcamp.org/status/webcam/ Temperatures on top of the ice sheet averaging -53F this fine Spring month. http://www.wunderground.com/history/station/04416/2011/3/21/MonthlyHistory.html

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