Daily Archives: July 7, 2012

Just Making Up Numbers

elfish says: July 7, 2012 at 9:45 pm Of course that is just the US. The World-Wide temperature in June of 1933 was 0.153 degrees below the 20th Century average. World Wide, the hottest June was in 2010 at 1.05 degrees … Continue reading

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Scummy Alarmist Reporters Continue To Defile History

The Waldo Canyon fire has now been named the worst disaster in Colorado history. Waldo Canyon Fire the Worst Disaster in Colorado History | World News Resource These reporters are genuine pigs, defiling the memories of the past. One of … Continue reading

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Southwest Permanent Drought Update

You can locate the High Park fire by looking for 4+ inches of rain on the map. Intellicast – Weekly Precipitation in United States

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Rivers Of Mud

On the 7th anniversary of the first London tube bombings, references to Enoch Powell’s speech seem appropriate. However, these pictures are of the pitch black Poudre River, which is full of black carbon from the High Park fire. Video quality … Continue reading

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Department Of Stupid Statistics

Jason Samenow of the Washington Post is my choice to head up the Department of Stupid Statistics. Here are some suggestions. June 2012 was the first June where the temperature on June 25, 26 and 29 was 95 degrees by … Continue reading

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Reader Award!

Every once in a while a comment deserves to be highlighted for being exceptionally clueless. July 7, 2012 at 2:26 pm If you build a train track across a strike slip fault, like the San Andreas or Hayward faults, and … Continue reading

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California Goes Completely Insane

Lawmakers in California approved billions of dollars Friday in construction financing for the initial segment of the nation’s first dedicated high-speed rail line connecting Los Angeles and San Francisco. The move marked a major political victory for Democratic Gov. Jerry … Continue reading


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The 1930s Was Hotter In Laurel, Maryland

Laurel is in between Baltimore and Washington, close to where I spent the winter in Columbia. During the 1930s, they averaged 7.8 days per year over 95 degrees. By contrast, since the year 2000 they have only averaged 5.7 days per year over … Continue reading

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Colorado Burning Update

This is what the press corps(e) is hysterical about. Heavy rains swamp burn area | The Coloradoan | coloradoan.com

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PR Event Ends In A Bust For Bill McKibben

A few days ago, Bill McKibben was trying to resurrect the Dust Bowl Twitter / billmckibben: Heat records raise possibi Then the eastern half of the US turned cool and wet. 10-Day Temperature Outlook for the Conterminous U.S.

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