Disturbing Imagery Of The Permanent Drought In California

Climate models run on the world’s largest supercomputers predicted this drought.

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32 Responses to Disturbing Imagery Of The Permanent Drought In California

  1. etudiant says:

    You don’t understand.
    This is dry snow, as predicted.

  2. R. de Haan says:

    Also disturbing:
    The exodus of small enterprise from California (21%)
    http://www.heliogenic.net/2011/03/09/businesses-folding-leaving-california/

    Must be from all the competition created by green jobs.

  3. Tourist in Chief says:

    I see a pine beetle skiing between the trees.

  4. Mike Bromley says:

    That snow, although sublime, will sublime. Therefore it never existed.

  5. bruce says:

    to bad Steve’s name is so long, it could be the next sarc on/off shorthand.

  6. OT

    Syun-Ichi Akasofu (a global warming ‘skeptic’) wins 2011 Hannes Alfvén Medal from European Geosciences Union

    ……for his outstanding achievements in Solar-Terrestrial Physics, establishing the substorm as a fundamental concept of magnetospheric physics.

    http://www.egu.eu/awards-medals/awards-and-medals/award/hannes-alfven/syun-ichi-akasofu.html

  7. Andy Weiss says:

    The alarmists were right, the ski industry is suffering- but not due to drought. It is because the lodges and lifts are buried in snow.

    The drywet phenomena is not to be taken lightly! The problem is that unlike climate experts, the man on the street does not comprehend that less means more. You have to have an IQ of 150 or higher to fully appreciate that concept.

  8. Scarlet Pumpernickel says:

    http://www.greatdreams.com/near.htm

    Budget Estimates for the Near Earth Object Observations
    (FY2010 President’s Budget Request)

    FY2008 (Actual): $3.3 M
    FY2009 (Enacted): $3.7 M
    …FY2010: $3.8 M
    FY2011: $3.8 M
    FY2012: $3.9 M
    FY2013: $4.0 M
    FY2014: $4.1 M

    This is what Obama spends on a real threat!!!

  9. OT

    Video of nuclear plume from Fukushima using “a worldwide network of radiation detectors – designed to spot clandestine nuclear bomb tests”

  10. OT

    President acted in Libya while US was not threatened, was un-Constitutional

    During his campaign for the Presidency, in December, 2007, Barack Obama told The Boston Globe that “The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation.”

    http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalpunch/2011/03/defense-secretary-libya-did-not-pose-threat-to-us-was-not-vital-national-interest-to-intervene.html

  11. Patagon says:

    Aminoacids, coming from ZAMG, the masters of Temperature time series homogeinization, that map animation must be a model simulation

  12. pwl says:

    Soothsaying permanent drought doomsday with digital crystal balls is no different than using entrails. It goes to show that predictions in climate science are, ahem, bogus.

    Welcome to the real world driven by Nature who is the final arbiter of what is and what isn’t real. Nature voted in a very real way that shows that the digital crystal balls of the doomsday soothsayers are so far off the mark that it’s embarrassingly sad really. As a computer scientist it’s embarrassing that software is being used to support the doomsday forecasts of climate soothsayers of doom. They really should know better from first principles that simple systems in Nature generate internal randomness making their attempts at prediction of climate impossible.

  13. Brian Johnson uk says:

    I think Amino Acids in Meteorites is going for the “More posts than anyone else medal”

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