Daily Archives: June 26, 2012

More Rahmstorf Madness

At the end of the last ice age, the Earth slowly warmed by 4–7 °C globally14 and lost almost two-thirds of its land ice in the process. That raised sea level by 120 metres, at rates often exceeding a metre … Continue reading

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July, 1913 : A Warm Month In California

docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/050/mwr-050-01-0010.pdf Hansen says that extreme heat waves like this can only be caused by man-made CO2.

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LA Times Shock News : Waves In California

Hey, California, hot enough for ya? Just wait California hit 134 degrees in 1913, and sea level has been declining at Newport Beach for as long as the satellite records have been made. As usual, the author has all of his facts … Continue reading

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Government Math : 88 x 1 = 900

The report says that sea-level rise from Cape Hatteras, North Carolina to Boston, Massachusetts (a 600-mile expanse of coastal zone called the “hotspot” by scientists) has grown 2-3.7 millimeters per year since 1990. For comparison, scientists say that the global … Continue reading

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A Sure Fire Sign Of Global Warming Fraud

Any paper which includes the words “Since the beginning of satellite measurements” is a red flag that someone is about to start lying to you. A new view on sea level rise Stefan Rahmstorf Over the course of the twentieth … Continue reading

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Must Be A Trend

Experts tell us that the hot weather in Colorado proves global warming. These same experts completely ignored us during the previous two Junes when we were experiencing flooding and record snowpack. July 13, 2011 broke the record for most snow … Continue reading

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Extreme Global Weirding In 1888

January 12, 1888 started out as a very mild day on the Great Plains. During the afternoon, an incredible blizzard moved into the region without warning. Hundreds of children froze to death walking home from school that day. It became … Continue reading

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