Monthly Archives: April 2011

2006 : Climate Models Predicted 50% Loss Of Snow At Steamboat, Colorado

50 percent loss: Summit County, location of Breckenridge Ski Resort, Copper Mountain Resort, Keystone Resort and Arapahoe Basin Ski Area; Routt County, location of Steamboat Resort; and Gunnison County, location of Crested Butte Mountain Resort Steamboat broke their all … Continue reading

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Mann Explains Why Global Warming Is A Good Thing

The fact remains that there is 4 percent more water vapor–and associated additional moist energy–available both to power individual storms and to produce intense rainfall from them. Climate change is present in every single meteorological event, in that these events … Continue reading

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Heavy Snow Forecast From New Mexico To North Dakota

This will add to the record snowpack in the Colorado River watershed.

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NASA Is “Delusional”

Global Warming Will Bring Violent Storms And Tornadoes, NASA Predicts ScienceDaily (Aug. 31, 2007) — NASA scientists have developed a new climate model that indicates that the most violent severe storms and tornadoes may become more common as Earth’s climate … Continue reading

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Obama 2010 : Blamed Warmth In Vancouver And Cold In Texas On Global Warming

Obama : “Vancouver which supposed to be getting snow during the Olympics, suddenly is at 55 degrees and Dallas suddenly is getting seven inches of snow.” This year it is hot in Texas and cold in Vancouver, and they … Continue reading

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Shock News : Four Years Later, The Left Wing Press Is Starting To Understand Obama’s (lack of) Character

Update: In a pants-on-fire moment, the White House press office today denied anyone there had issued threats to remove Carla Marinucci and possibly other Hearst reporters from the press pool covering the President in the Bay Area. Chronicle editor Ward … Continue reading

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Polar Bear Cub Rescued From Frozen Arctic By Oil Field Workers

It’s unknown how long the underweight cub was by herself without food, or what actually happened to her mother and sibling. One thing that’s unlikely is that a subsistence hunter from the nearest community — the Inupiat Eskimo village of … Continue reading

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