Daily Archives: August 7, 2011

Dangerous Sea Level Rise In Brisbane

Sea level is almost as high as it was 45 years ago! http://www.psmsl.org/data/obtaining/stations/822.php

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Measured Data Is Not Relevant To Computer Models

This article is almost completely unintelligible, just like the thought process of climate model true believers. The CSIRO agrees with Mr Watson’s findings showing a deceleration of sea-level rises in Australasian coastal waters in the second half of the 20th … Continue reading

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Obama Gets A Poll Post From The S&P Downgrade And Afghanistan Attack

On Thursday he was at 45%, and today is up to 47% http://www.rasmussenreports.com/ Maybe a full blown stock market crash and losing WWIII could put him back up over 50?

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A Skeptic Is Anyone Who Confesses That They Are Born Again In The One True Faith Of Global Warming

At a meeting last week I once again encountered resistance to describing those who refuse to accept the science that suggests a possible catastrophic Global Warming as “Deniers”.    We had a discussion of suggestions: Skeptics: this term is true of … Continue reading

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Summer Warming Out Of Control

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/cag3/na.html From 1927 to 1936, summer temperatures in the US warmed at a rate of almost 40 degrees per century, even after USHCN chopped a couple of degrees off the 1930s! Climate is linear, so we can expect summers over … Continue reading

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My Sixth Month Forecast

Temperatures will cool dramatically in the northern hemisphere over the next six months. There will be lots of snow, and the Arctic will freeze up solid. This forecast does not apply to the southern hemisphere.

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Unacceptable To Challenge Incorrect Forecasts

While there is much room for debate, challenging the complex science or its conclusions from any one dimension is unacceptable, whether by focusing on one variable, a limited time window, or via anecdotes, or limited personal observation. I, for one, … Continue reading

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