Daily Archives: May 14, 2011

Catlin Team Had To Fight With Thinthick Ice

The ice was too thick The ice was too thin

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The 1935 Labor Day Hurricane

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:1935_Labor_Day_hurricane_track.png The 1935 Labor Day hurricane made landfall in Florida with winds of 185 MPH. It was the only hurricane to hit the US with a barometric pressure lower than 900 mbar. It was one of only three category five … Continue reading

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Obama Now Against High Fuel Prices

Obama halted drilling last year, but with an election looming he has suddenly become concerned about the cost of fuel. The US will seek to expand domestic oil production in an attempt to reduce dependence on imported oil and bring … Continue reading

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Hillary Has Fixed Greenland’s Climate – She Can Go Home Now

Proper uninhabitable cold has been restored. No doubt she will come back, take a long hot shower to warm up, and then tell the press about the global warming devastation she saw there. Nuuk

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Unprecedented Ice Loss Over The Last 15 Years

http://igloo.atmos.uiuc.edu/ Where’s Waldo? There must be a missing ice cube somewhere in this picture.

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Out Of Africa (And Antarctica)

Pink shows where GISS has no thermometer readings for April. They report precision  within 0.01 degrees.

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GISS Extrapolations : 10C Gradient Across A Few Miles

The April GISS 1200 km smoothing map mapped on to a sphere. I wonder what physical mechanism Hansen would use to explain the huge gradient across the North Pole?

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Why Is GISS Diverging From HadCRUT?

http://www.woodfortrees.org/ Over the past decade, GISS has continued to show an increase in global temperatures, while HadCRUT has decreased. They have been diverging at a rate of about 1C per century, which is pretty dramatic considering that they report 0.01C … Continue reading

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Still Below Scenario C

http://pubs.giss.nasa.gov/docs/1988/1988_Hansen_etal.pdf The graph above plots the GISS trend since 1960, overlaid on Hansen’s 1988 predictions. The green circle is the GISS April anomaly of 0.55. “Scenario A assumes continued exponential trace gas growth, scenario B assumes a reduced linear linear … Continue reading

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What Is The Difference Between Osama And Grist?

Apparently not much. Both believed that it would take mass casualties of Americans to achieve their personal political goals. Both believed that global warming is destroying the planet. http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/05/climate-disasters-global-warming-real.php

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