Daily Archives: August 5, 2011

Scientists Will Find Whatever They Expect To Find

In April, 1888 a massive flood on Mars inundated an area the size of France, cut the polar ice cap in half, and joined the two Martian seas. Global warming was rapidly destroying the Martian ice caps. The consensus of … Continue reading

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What Level Of CO2 Is Safe?

Dr. James Hansen at NASA proposes 350 ppm as a safe level to stabilize the climate, halt sea level rise, stop glacial melt, and make the weather like it used to be in the good old days. Others have suggested … Continue reading

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Two Billion Solar Panels

Tony Duncan suggests that Texas can run off solar electricity. Let’s do the math. Texas is averaging about 55 Gigawatts of electrical consumption today.  Averaged out over 24 hours, a cloudless summer day might achieve 200 watts / m² solar … Continue reading

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No Wind In Texas

Texas has been cutting back on building gas and coal power capacity, because of their heavy reliance on wind. During this summer’s heatwave, there has been almost no wind – and they are almost out of electricity to run their … Continue reading

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Racial Beatings In Wisconsin : Will Obama Hold A Press Conference To Condemn Racism?

Witnesses’ accounts claim everything from dozens to hundreds of young black people beating white people as they left State Fair Thursday night. “It looked like they were just going after white guys, white people,” said Norb Roffers of Wind Lake … Continue reading

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2011 Continues To Track 2006

http://www.ijis.iarc.uaf.edu/seaice/extent/AMSRE_Sea_Ice_Extent.png 2011 in red. 2006 in green.

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Navy Forecast For The Next Week

The US Navy is forecasting that the ice edge in the Chukchi and Laptev Seas will push to the north, with little change in the Beaufort or East Siberian Seas.

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Met Office Accidentally Admits That Spencer’s Observations Are Correct

The upper 700 metres of the global ocean has seen a rise in temperature since reliable records began in the late 1960s. However, there has been a pause in this warming during the period from 2003 to 2010. The papers … Continue reading

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GISS Warming Oklahoma

USHCN shows that Meeker, Oklahoma has cooled considerably since 1950 GISS shows Meeker in a crazy warming trend since 1990 If the present refuses to get warmer, then the past must become cooler. GISS quit subtracting a degree in the … Continue reading

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Polar Bear Mauls Climate Change Students

A BRIT has been mauled to death by a polar bear in Norway. The victim was part of a group of around 80 on a British Schools Exploring Society trip. Four others were seriously injured when the beast attacked early … Continue reading

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