Daily Archives: May 17, 2012

Hayhoe Drought Continues

The rest of Texas has been pummeled with rain, but a tiny spot over Katherine’s office remains in exceptional drought, possibly reflecting the state of her science. Regional Drought Monitor: South

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Another Smoking Gun That Jones And Hansen Are Lying

According to Phil Jones, the 1880s was a very cold decade with plummeting temperatures. Wood for Trees: Interactive Graphs U.S. Hurricane Strikes by Decade The 1880s was also the second busiest decade for US hurricane strikes (22 hurricanes, five major hurricanes) … Continue reading

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Arctic To Be Ice Free By 2010 – First Time In A Million Years

The Arctic Ocean could be free of ice in the summer as soon as 2010 or 2015 – something that hasn’t happened for more than a million years, according to a leading polar researcher. Louis Fortier, scientific director of ArcticNet, … Continue reading

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Seth Borenstein – Cold Is A Thing Of The Past

May. 15, 2012 12:09 PM ET April 2012 heats up as 5th warmest month globally By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer Temperatures that would have once been considered unusually hot and record breaking now aren’t even in the top two or … Continue reading

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Veracity Death Spiral: More Bad News About Dishonest Climate Reporting

Arctic Death Spiral: More Bad News about Sea Ice Published: May 16th, 2012 PrintPermalinkRSSShareThis By Michael D. Lemonick The sea ice that blankets the Arctic Ocean each winter peaked in early March this year, as usual, and is now in … Continue reading

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“A glorious band, the chosen few”

A glorious band, the chosen few On whom the Spirit came; Twelve valiant saints, their hope they knew, And mocked the cross and flame. They met the tyrant’s brandished steel, The lion’s gory mane; They bowed their heads the death … Continue reading

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Largest Storm In The Solar System : Temperature 250 Below Zero

The best thermal images of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot yet captured have revealed surprising weather and temperature variation within the solar system’s most famous storm. The darkest red part of the spot turns out to be a warm patch inside … Continue reading

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1949 Shock News : Russian Scientists Accidentally Nuked Themselves And Then Lied About It

09 Oct 1949 – Leading Scientists Killed In Blast

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1954 Shock News : Incompetent Government Scientists Didn’t Know What they Were Doing

24 Mar 1954 – PACIFIC HYDROGEN BOMB TEST “GOT OUT OF CONTROL”

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1954 : US Scientists Intentionally Irradiated The Pacific Ocean

30 Mar 1954 – Now it’s a strontium bomb Testing for a war of r…

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