Daily Archives: July 21, 2011

First Hand Account Of The 1930s

Reader Mkjon writes : Since I am 94 years old, I remember the 1930’s real unwell. In  addition to the heat we were living through the longest drought of the century, as well as being in the Great Depression. I … Continue reading

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Hansen : Sea Level To Rise Faster Than 0.5 mm Per Day After 2080

http://www.columbia.edu/~jeh1/mailings/2011/20110118_MilankovicPaper.pdf Looks like the West Side Highway is now safe until 2085. Hansen granted it a reprieve. (He is good and merciful to our climate.)

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Lake Level Rise Much Faster Than IPCC Predicted

Lake Powell will hit 3660 feet elevation this weekend. It has been rising at a rate of 60,000 mm/year.

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John Cook : “observed sea level rise is already above IPCC projections and strongly hints at acceleration”

Current sea level rise is after all not exaggerated, in fact the opposite case is more plausible. Observational data and changing conditions in such places as Greenland suggest if there’s a real problem here it’s underestimation of future sea level … Continue reading

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“Sea levels will rise more dramatically than was predicted”

May 4, 2011 Sea levels will rise more dramatically than was predicted nearly four years ago by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a new study of arctic conditions concludes. The Arctic ice study by the International Arctic Monitoring and … Continue reading

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“rises in sea levels are “decelerating”

ONE of Australia’s foremost experts on the relationship between climate change and sea levels has written a peer-reviewed paper concluding that rises in sea levels are “decelerating”. The analysis, by NSW principal coastal specialist Phil Watson, calls into question one … Continue reading

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It’s Not The Air Conditioners ….. Stupid

http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/064/mwr-064-08-c1.pdf Summer of 1936 was incredibly hot. Twelve degrees above normal in the high plains.

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