Daily Archives: April 22, 2011

7 Months – 5,000 Articles – 2,000,000 Page Views

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Another Day With 50 MPH Winds

Gusting over 70MPH at NCAR today. Most days this month have had wind gusts over 40 MPH. A huge branch just broke off on to the roof of my house. http://www.eol.ucar.edu/

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60% CO2 Would Be Snowball Earth

[UPDATE : Correction below. It doesn’t change the conclusion.] I tried an experiment on RRTM – the radiative transfer model used by NCAR’s climate and weather models – which shows how ridiculous the Hansen/Sagan runaway greenhouse effect is. The control … Continue reading

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Hansenlocks And The Three Scenarios

In 1988, Hansenlocks was lost in the climate forest when she stumbled upon the home of three scenarios. She was hot from having sabotaged the air conditioner, and looked for some Kool-Aid to cool down. First she tried scenario A, … Continue reading

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Hansen : “Venus Syndrome is a dead certainty”

The world’s “top-rated” climate scientist implies that 437 degrees is on the way real soon. The top-rated climate scientist in the world, James Hansen from NASA stated, “If we burn all reserves of oil, gas, and coal, there is a … Continue reading

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Global Warming Causing More Atlantic Hurricane Losses

“[…] a marked increase in the number of weather-related events. For instance, globally, loss-related floods have more than tripled since 1980, and windstorm natural catastrophes more than doubled, with particularly heavy losses from Atlantic hurricanes. This rise cannot be explained … Continue reading

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Nobel Prize Winner : All Bad Weather Now Due To Man Made CO2

Fires in Russia, droughts in the Southwest, and floods in Pakistan all have one thing in common, according to former Vice President Al Gore, and it’s that they’re all effects of global warming. http://thinksb.com/

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