Daily Archives: May 2, 2012

Is Wigan The Best Team In The Premiership?

I just watched the Wigan – Newcastle match. Great passing. Great shooting. Great defense. Next season will be interesting.

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Same Old Reds – In A New Green Uniform

The new Bolsheviks are getting quite bold. Global warming: New research emphasizes the role of economic growth May 1, 2012 It’s a message no one wants to hear: To slow down global warming, we’ll either have to put the brakes on … Continue reading

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Mann Even More Clueless Than McCarver

You can’t make this stuff up. Mann also threw a high, hard one at McCarver’s theory, saying that the carbon emissions behind climate change may even lower home runs. “If anything, anthropogenic carbon emissions and global warming should make the … Continue reading

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Sinking Tide Gauges

The tide gauge at Kiptopeke Beach, Virginia shows sea level rising almost 100mm since 1993. Data and Station Information for KIPTOPEKE BEACH But satellite data there shows little or no change sea level since 1993. The tide gauge data (blue below) has diverged … Continue reading

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Joe Bastardi Responds To Tim McCarver’s Home Run Claim

The article below is Joe Bastardi’s response to Tim McCarver’s claim that global warming is causing more home runs because warm air is thinner.. The only thing I would add is that part of his theory seems easy enough to … Continue reading

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Yet Another Arctic Data Problem

Frank Lasner dug this up. DMI has old ice extent maps on their web site, like this one from August 1938. Hide the decline – Latest News (hidethedecline) brunnur.vedur.is/pub/trausti/Iskort/Pdf/1938/1938_08.pdf It shows the Northeast Passage nearly open, with several hundred miles … Continue reading

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Follow The $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Richard Black reports on exactly what is behind this scam. recent climate change and biodiversity agreements both talk of sums in the order of $100bn per year by 2020, and that the Rio+20 agenda is far broader, you can guess … Continue reading

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