Daily Archives: August 12, 2011

1956 Drought Was Worse

NOAA said yesterday that the current drought is the worst in their records, but there is no truth to that statement.

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Each Polar Bear Has Three Manhattans Of Ice To Him/Herself

There are currently 100,000 Manhattans of sea ice in the Arctic.  

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How Fast Does Ice Melt Below 0C?

http://wxmaps.org/pix/temp2.html

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We Can See The Future – But Only The Very Distant Future

Sea level may not go up much any time soon. The Arctic may go through a decade or so without melting any more, temperatures may be going down. But in about 50 years the $hit is really going to hit … Continue reading

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Is Pawlenty A Democratic Party Plant?

Why is this loser running as a Republican? Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, who is seeking to boost his flagging campaign, instead went after Minnesota Rep. Michelle Bachmann in the debate, dismissing her record of accomplishments and results in Congress … Continue reading

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Global Warming Researchers Looking To Sacrifice Animals In Order To Obtain Funding

We are from the government. We are here to help you. Researchers try to spell out a rational plan for so-called assisted colonization in the face of climate change By Summit Voice SUMMIT COUNTY — As global warming causes ever-greater … Continue reading

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1718 – 1882 : Thirty Great Floods On The Mississippi

They understood that the floods were getting worse due to the levees. Now, we have geniuses like Joe Romm who would attribute it to CO2 and describe it as a thousand year flood every five years.

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Al Gore Rants Against Scumbags Who Don’t Believe The Arctic Will Be Ice Free By 2014

Al Gore Rants Against Global Warming Doubters http://www.ibtimes.com/ Speaking at the Copenhagen climate change summit, Mr Gore said new computer modelling suggests there is a 75 per cent chance of the entire polar ice cap melting during the summertime by … Continue reading

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Medieval Drought and Temperatures in Southwestern North America

No doubt this year’s drought is much worse than the century long drought of the 12th century. Medieval Drought and Temperatures in Southwestern North America The medieval period was characterized by widespread and regionally severe, sustained drought in western North … Continue reading

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