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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Google News : Greenland Ice Gone!
It all melted this week.
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Why Anthony’s Paper Is Important
It would be difficult to prove that government temperature data tampering is fraud, because they have covered their tracks with pseudo-science papers and algorithms – which provide the perpetrators a little plausible deniability. What Anthony has done is to show empirically that their algorithms … Continue reading
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Paying The High Price For A Defective Belief System
Last year our friends on the left promised to bury Arizona for doing the right thing. Meanwhile California promised to bury business for creating CO2. Business is paying attention. Is Phoenix the Next Silicon Valley? Posted by Soulskill on Tuesday July 31, @04:37PM from … Continue reading
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News Of The World ….
message begin ——-gleick offers to make layered pdf file proving that muller really was a skeptic —— end message
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Forty Days And Forty Nights
Shock news – heavy rainfall events have nothing to do with CO2! Billions in research grants gone to waste! an atmospheric river in 1861-62 brought California 45 straight days of rain and caused flooding of Biblical proportions, evocative of Noah and … Continue reading
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After my first child was born, I started seeing babies everywhere. Prior to then, I never really noticed that babies existed. Two possible interpretations arose Huge numbers of babies were born at the same time, after a long period of low … Continue reading
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The Obama Strategy
A couple of months ago, Obama came up with a brilliant strategy. Let’s portray Romney as a successful businessman who knows how to make difficult decisions, and portray myself as a nasty little Trotsky wannabee who never meant anything he said during the last election. And … Continue reading
Latest From The Canary In The Coal Mine
Gloomy summer headed toward infamy CHILLY: Anchorage could hit 65 degrees for fewest days on record. By GEORGE BRYSON firstname.lastname@example.org Published: July 24th, 2008 02:27 PM The coldest summer ever? You might be looking at it, weather folks say. Gloomy … Continue reading
Dust Bowl – Denied
Published July 30, 2012, 10:53 AM Markets retreat on rainy forecast The wheat market took a hit last week trading with sharp losses in almost every session. For the week ending July 26, September Minneapolis dropped 64 cents, September Chicago … Continue reading
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The Three Hottest July’s Occurred Before 1940
According to the USHCN thermometers, the three hottest July’s in US history were 1901, 1936 and 1934. But before the data is released to the press, they add almost two degrees on to recent July temperatures relative to temperatures 100 years ago. NCDC is about … Continue reading