Daily Archives: May 3, 2011

2011 : With Temperatures Below Normal And Plummeting, Romm Blames Tornadoes/Floods On Global Warming

http://www.woodfortrees.org/plot/rss/from:1998/plot/rss/from:1998/trend By contrast, 2010 was a warm spring and had below normal tornadoes.

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1974 : Climatologists Blamed US/Pakistan Flooding On Global Cooling

Another Ice Age? Monday, Jun. 24, 1974 In Africa, drought continues for the sixth consecutive year, adding terribly to the toll of famine victims. During 1972 record rains in parts of the U.S., Pakistan and Japan caused some of the … Continue reading

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1975 : Climatologists Blamed Record Tornadoes On Global Cooling


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Seattle Climatologist Tells Freezing Residents To Turn Of The Lights And Heat

So relax. A bit. But my guess is you’ll feel better in the future if you turn out the lights and turn off the furnace. Here is a side splitter. The battle for GW belief is mostly over, and denying … Continue reading

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We Are Supposed To Be Alarmed By This?

Temperatures declining since 2001. Sea level no higher than five years ago. Arctic ice growing since 2007. Record winter and spring snow. No hurricanes in almost three years in the US. Warming forecasters got everything wrong so far this century, … Continue reading

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Even The LA Times Gets It

Osama bin Laden dead: Yes, SEALs were in on the raid, but aides hail Obama’s office bravery. According to another one of those White House briefings of reporters designed to suck up all available credit for good news, President Obama’s … Continue reading

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In Climate Science, One Point Determines A Line

For now, there simply isn’t enough data to say whether climate change makes severe thunderstorms and tornadoes more or less likely. But 2011 could prove to be the beginning of a trend. “We can’t say much about one particular outbreak, … Continue reading

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No Trend Towards Lower Precipitation In SE Utah

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No Trend Towards Lower Precipitation In Northern New Mexico

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Widespread Decline Of Spring Snowpack In The West!

VARIABILITY AND TRENDS IN MOUNTAIN SNOWPACK IN WESTERN NORTH AMERICA Philip W. Mote 1,  Martyn Clark, and Alan F. Hamlet 5.  CONCLUSIONS We have demonstrated that the widespread decline in springtime SWE noted by Mote (2003) in the Northwest is … Continue reading

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