Daily Archives: May 11, 2011

My Solution To America’s Financial Woes

Forget gold. We need to switch our monetary valuation to the CO2 standard. CO2 is the most potent energy source known to man, and the US is the world’s #1 manufacturer (per capita.) As an added benefit, if we pumped … Continue reading

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“We have to get rid of the Medieval Warm Period.”

Dominance of the graph by the MWP was the challenge. As IPCC participant Jay Overpeck said in his email to Professor Deming, “We have to get rid of the Medieval Warm Period.” http://drtimball.com/

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WaPo Terrified By The Prospect Of Reducing The Deficit

http://www.washingtonpost.com/

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Hillary Horrified By The Lakers’ Poor Play

They appear to be watching something during the 40 minute blackout of the live feed. You can see the guy who says he killed Osama, slouched in his chair center-left.

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Romm Calls Cool/Wet Australia “Climate-ravaged”

Climate-ravaged means either hot, dry, cool or wet.

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Guy Who Abandoned His Terminally Ill Wife Wants Us To Take Action Against Global Warming

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GISS vs RSS

A reader was complaining that my comparison of March GISS vs UAH wasn’t fair, because I’m not smart enough to know which data set is more valid. OK, let’s assume I am a complete idiot – here is the same … Continue reading

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Mind Games At GISS

Besides the fact that most of their Arctic “data” is fabricated, they use other mind tricks. Note above how their standard press release file smeared the highest color band across the entire Arctic, while their more detailed netcdf file below … Continue reading

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Colorado/Wyoming Getting Slammed With More Heavy Snow

The mountains of Colorado and Wyoming already have near-record snowpack, and are getting lots more today. This is because of the early spring and declining spring snowpack which the models predicted. http://www.accuweather.com/

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“The SEALs originally reported…..”

The successful bin Laden mission is a much-needed boost for the unit. The SEALs’ reputation took a hit within the special operations community after a 2010 rescue mission led to the accidental killing of British hostage Linda Norgrove, held by … Continue reading

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