Daily Archives: May 14, 2011

Dishonest Climate Reporting

By Andrew Freedman May 11, 2011 What Does Climate Change Have to Do With the Flooding? Climate change cannot be blamed for causing the flooding, but scientists have detected large-scale trends indicating that extreme precipitation events are becoming more likely … Continue reading

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Ten Year Old Boulder Kid Sues The State

Boulder Youths Sue Colorado For Global Warming 10-year-old Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, 11-year-old Haiden Inskeep and 18-year-old Cecelia Kluding-Rodriguez are joined by WildEarth Guardians, an environmental activist and protection organization of which Martinez is a member, to sue the state as a … Continue reading

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Monbiot 2002 : Seven Months Left Until Starvation Sets In

In 2002, Monbiot spread some of his left wing holiday cheer in a piece titled “Christmas Famine” 24 December 2002 Within as little as 10 years, the world will be faced with a choice: arable farming either continues to feed … Continue reading

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Proof Of Climate Change In Colorado

35 million years ago, Giant Sequoias grew in Colorado. This fossilized stump is almost 4 metres in diameter and was probably 90 metres tall. These trees are now only found in California. It kind of pisses me off that we … Continue reading

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Romm Calculates That 1927 Was 300 Years Ago

CO2 must have been extremely high in 1927.

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Must Be The CO2

http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/psd/people/klaus.wolter/MEI/table.html The period from 1977-2000 was dominated by strong El Ninos. It also was a period of warming, surrounded by periods of flat or cooling, which purely coincidentally were ENSO negative. http://www.woodfortrees.org/plot/hadcrut3vgl/from:1952 Being the good peer-reviewed climate scientists that we … Continue reading

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“The West’s snow resources are already declining as the climate warms”

Peer review strikes again, as the west prepares for flooding from excess snowpack. AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY JANUARY 2005 DECLINING MOUNTAIN SNOWPACK IN WESTERN NORTH AMERICA* BY PHILIP W. MOTE, ALAN F. HAMLET, MARTYN P. CLARK, AND DENNIS P. LETTENMAIE only … Continue reading

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