Daily Archives: June 13, 2011

NPR Says Snow In The Rockies Is Thinning

Actually, the Rockies have the most snow ever recorded in mid-June. http://www.npr.org/ Then they go on to claim that this year is somehow different. December 28, 2007 Aspen flirts with powder record Only December 1983 tops this month. ASPEN — This … Continue reading

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LA/Santa Barbara Was Wonderful

We had a great time, except for one thing – the traffic. Cars are the bane of our society’s existence. We wasted an unbelievable amount of time traveling 10MPH or less during the week.

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Being An Expert Means Never Having To Admit You Were Wrong

What is a “global warming expert?” Almost every prediction they have made has been wrong, and even a stopped clock is correct twice a day. Victoria global warming expert turns his attention to the future -youth Andrew Weaver apologizes for … Continue reading

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Richard Nixon 1960 : “I’m not going to be the one to bring up the subject of Kennedy’s religion”

The Obama propaganda machine wants to pick another Republican candidate who can’t win.

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One-Fifth Of New Brunswick’s Forests Burned In 1825

The Great Miramichi Fire refers to a massive forest fire (or series of fires) which devastated forests and communities throughout much of northern New Brunswick in October 1825. It ranks among the three largest forest fires ever recorded in North America. About 1/3 of the homes … Continue reading

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Scripps 2008 : Lake Powell May Run Dry By 2021

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/2008/0213/p25s05-usgn.html http://lakepowell.water-data.com/ The decline in Lake Powell water levels ended in 2004, and the lake is currently gaining more than one foot elevation per day – with record snowpack remaining in the mountains upstream.

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Pay No Attention To The Man Behind The Curtain

Never mind that we have had record or near record snow four out of the last five years and that the river is flooding, we have a preconceived notion we have to fit ….. It’s the middle of June and … Continue reading

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