Daily Archives: May 8, 2011

1972 : Summer Temperatures In Moscow 20 Degrees Above Normal

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1922 : Greenland To Melt – Michigan To Become Sub-Tropical

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1947 : Catastrophic Greenland Meltdown

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White House Integrity

#1 military target Osama Bin Laden was killed this week in his million dollar mansion while Obama and Hillary watched live, after a massive firefight in his heavily armed compound where he pushed his wife into the line of fire … Continue reading

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Scientists measure Arctic soot in bid to slow global warming, oceans’ rise BY RENEE SCHOOF MCCLATCHY NEWSPAPERS WASHINGTON — American scientists working on an island far above the Arctic Circle have been launching unmanned aircraft and digging snow samples to … Continue reading

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Coldest April On Record In The Capital Of Greenland

According to GISS, the coldest April on record in Nuuk was -8.9C in 1949. GISS data isn’t out yet for April, but Weather Underground shows a mean temperature last month of 16F, which is also -8.9C. How odd that Vicky … Continue reading

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Greenland “Doomed”

Greenland ice cap ‘doomed to meltdown’ 18:00 07 April 2004 by Fred Pearce The Greenland ice sheet is all but doomed to melt away to nothing, according to a new modelling study. If it does melt, global sea levels will … Continue reading

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Global Warming Book Explains That Venus Is Hot Because Of Too Much Water Vapour

Venus has magical properties and its own set of unique physical laws. No education, knowledge (or the ability to think rationally) is required to write a global warming textbook. http://books.google.com

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Snow Report

I did something today that I very rarely do – drove to the mountains. I wanted to check out the snow conditions and pine beetles. The snow is ridiculous – eight feet deep at 10,000 feet elevation. My dogs loved … Continue reading

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