Daily Archives: August 11, 2011

NCAR Can Distinguish Man-Made Melt From Natural Melt

“When you start looking at longer-term trends, 50 or 60 years, there’s no escaping the loss of ice in the summer,” Kay says. Kay and her colleagues also ran computer simulations to answer a fundamental question: why did Arctic sea … Continue reading

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Tornadoes Becoming A Smaller Death Risk Since 1925

Your chances of being killed by a car are several orders of magnitude higher. http://www.norman.noaa.gov/

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NOAA Adjusts Time To Match The Agenda

A few months ago they claimed that they didn’t know how many people died in tornadoes prior to 1950. This memory loss conveniently avoided the period when the vast majority of tornado deaths occurred, and allowed them to claim that … Continue reading

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Guardian Shock News : Seashells Thrived In The Jurassic At 1,000 PPM CO2

But I thought they said that shells will dissolve at 500 ppm. Perhaps man-made CO2 is different, and creates more corrosive acids than natural CO2. http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/gallery/2011/aug/11/lyme-regis-jurassic-fossil-coast

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July Average Wind Speed In Austin Was 5 MPH

The highest gust was only 19 MPH. A completely useless month for generating electricity – at a time when they needed it the most. http://www.wunderground.com/history/airport/KATT/2011/7/11/MonthlyHistory.html  

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NOAA Now Begins Time In 1999

The largest national footprint of D4 (“exceptional drought”) in the 12-year history of the U.S. Drought Monitor occurred in July. In Texas “exceptional drought” covers more than 75 percent (201,436 sq mi) of the state. This area is larger than … Continue reading

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Romm Declares July, 2011 Worse Than The Dust Bowl!


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Barack Obama : Bringing The Country Together

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Colin Powell On Obama : “Distinguished, Patriotic American With Great Insight Who Will Electrify Our Country”

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70% Of The Arctic Basin Is Covered With Thick Ice

How can any responsible person forecast an ice free Arctic in the foreseeable future?

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