Daily Archives: June 23, 2011

New Mexico/Arizona Fires

Here are some good links to fire activity in the Southwest. http://nmfireinfo.wordpress.com/ http://www.azcentral.com/ The monsoon season is expected to start in the next few days. http://wxmaps.org/pix/prec1.html

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Sea Level Rise Threatens Boulder Campus

Our leading sea level scamsters insist that sea level is rising at 3+mm/year and that it has accelerated since 1993. This obviously isn’t true, but facts never slow down the AGW gravy train. Our analyses do not indicate acceleration in … Continue reading

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CO2 Bubble Persisted In July, 1935

http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/063/mwr-063-07-c1.pdf It is well known that 2010 was the hottest year ever for the universe as a whole, but a CO2 anomaly sitting over the US made the 1930s the hottest decade. Disclaimer : The US makes up a relatively … Continue reading

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Massive CO2 Bubble Sat Over The US During July, 1934

http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/062/mwr-062-07-c1.pdf The entire country had above normal temperatures, with ten degrees above normal in the center.

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1975 : Scientist Predicted An Earthquake In Hollister, CA

I got a kick out of this story. Hollister is known as “the earthquake capital of the world.” They get dozens of earthquakes every day. The hundred or so geologists and seismologists who turned up for the informal monthly meeting … Continue reading

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Obama Aide Says Afghanistan Goals Were Met “seven or eight years” Ago

“We haven’t seen a terrorist threat emanating from Afghanistan for the past seven or eight years,” one boasted, finding “no indication that there is any effort within Afghanistan to use Afghanistan as a launching pad to carry out attacks http://www.washingtonpost.com/

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Glenwood Canyon Bike Trail Ruined By Flooding Colorado River


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