Daily Archives: April 2, 2011

1878 : Malaria Outbreak In Brooklyn

Scientific American tells us that Malaria is a proxy for tropical temperatures, so we can be certain that Palm Trees were growing all over Coney Island in 1878. http://query.nytimes.com/

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1893 : “Malaria Everywhere” In Wisconsin – 2011 : Scientific American Clueless As Usual

http://news.google.com/newspapers Scientific American says that Malaria is caused by global warming, so it must have been very hot in Wisconsin in the 19th century. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=east-africa-malaria-rises-under-climate-change

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Dr. Muller Explains His “Most Important Problem” Statement

In a private communication, Dr. Muller clarified his comment : “We are doing this because it is the most important project in the world today. Nothing else comes close” His point is political and economic – Governments are spending vast … Continue reading

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EPA Chief Wants To Throw Out Representative Government And Let Government Scientists Set Policy

Lisa Jackson apparently believes that the American people are incapable of choosing their representatives – in a way that protects her fiefdom. http://thehill.com/blogs/e2-wire/677-e2-wire/153437-epa-chief-history-will-judge-congress-harshly-if-climate-rules-are-axed What a disaster that we didn’t listen to Holdren and Ehrlich in the 1960s. We could have … Continue reading

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Violent Tornadoes Have Declined Dramatically In The US Since The 1970s

http://lwf.ncdc.noaa.gov/img/climate/research/tornado/tornadotrend.jpg The worst spring for tornadoes was right before Nixon resigned.

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Hurricane Activity In The US Has Declined Sharply Since The 1950s

The last 50 years have been relatively quiet for hurricane activity in the US. Prior to 1960, the US averaged 20 hurricane strikes per decade, or two per year. Since 1960, the US has averaged 14 hurricane strikes per decade, … Continue reading

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1930s Was The Hottest Decade In The US

http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0001416.html Half of the US states set their record high temperature during the 1930s. No state has broken their record high temperature during the current millennium.

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