Daily Archives: August 2, 2011

Washington Celebrates Being A Hated Parasite

(Reuters) – Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin accused the United States Monday of living beyond its means “like a parasite” on the global economy and said dollar dominance was a threat to the financial markets. http://www.reuters.com/

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Heidi Measures The Humidity In A Rice Paddy

The city of Morehead, Minn., had the dubious distinction as the hottest place on Earth for a day, said meteorologist Heidi Cullen of Climate Central, in an interview on National Public Radio. On July 19, the heat index there — … Continue reading

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Heidi Channel Spreading Misinformation About The Heat

They claim that July, 2011 was the hottest month ever in Oklahoma City at 89F average temperature. http://www.weather.com/ The closest USHCN station is in Meeker, OK. August 1936 averaged one degree warmer at 90F, and summer temperatures have steadily declined … Continue reading

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Current US Government : Stupidest In History?

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Will We Run Out Of Names For Rocks This Year?

With all these 40 mph wind gusts going on, we may run out of rock names this summer.

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Navy Forecasting Little Ice Extent Loss This Week

In August 2007, the East Siberian Sea ice edge was shrinking very rapidly. This year it is expanding. On April 19, I warned that the Arctic was likely to be a disaster for alarmists this year.  

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Why The Slow Artic Melt?

Temperatures have been very cold recently  in central Siberia, and as a result there is little melt or compaction going on in the East Siberian Sea.  So I guess the permafrost is not belching out methane, as the Chicken Little … Continue reading

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Forecast Verification

A week ago I made a forecast for JAXA through August 1 (dotted line.) As you can see, my forecast was a little high. My system probably does a better job of measuring 30% ice than 15% ice, so my … Continue reading

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Obama 2006 : “raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure”

“The fact that we are here today to debate raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the U.S. Government can’t pay its own bills. It is a sign that we now depend … Continue reading

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Below 300 ppm

In 1886, seven hurricanes struck the US, including two major hurricanes. It was the busiest hurricane season on record. 1886 Jun TX, N2; LA, 2 2 973 85 —– 1886 Jun FL, NW2; I-GA, 1 2 973 85 —– 1886 … Continue reading

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