Daily Archives: July 22, 2012

Finally Found My NSIDC Smoking Gun

Four years after my infamous battle with Walt Meier at The Register, I have found the evidence that I was correct all along. It was right under my nose. In 2007, NSIDC published this map for week 29 (the current … Continue reading

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More Nonsense From Arctic Experts

NSIDC shows that 2012 is below 2007 N_timeseries.png (1050×840) By contrast, Cryosphere Today shows almost 18% more ice in 2012 , than the same date in 2007. Yellow below shows ice which was present in both years. Green is 2012 … Continue reading

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We Can Learn From Australia’s Mistakes

Julia was able to lie her way into office because of a drought. Top government experts declared the drought to be permanent, and told the public that only monetary sacrifice could make the drought go away. The same group of … Continue reading

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Joe Bastardi Puts The Heatwave In Perspective

Guest Post By Joe Bastardi ————————————————————————————— Any of the Climate Clown Media sheep stop to think about this The map below shows the Alaska imprinted on the US, in the area where the heat wave is worst, and then the … Continue reading

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Anchorage Daily News : Polar Bears Doomed In Alaska – Obama For President

 December 19th, 2009 In the case of the polar bear, the federal government’s most comprehensive study on the state of polar bears determined that there will be no polar bears left in Alaska by 2050 — hardly the “distant future.” … Continue reading

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Hero Story Could Have Had A Happy Ending

‘Dark Knight Rises’ shooting: Three heroes died in Aurora taking bullets for their girlfriends In final acts of valor, Jon Blunk, Matt McQuinn and Alex Teves used their bodies to shield their girlfriends as accused madman James Holmes turned the … Continue reading

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July 1930 Heatwave In Laurel Maryland

From July 19 to July 29, 1930, Laurel Maryland had eight days over 100 degrees, including 106 degrees on July 21. Yesterday’s maximum temperature in Laurel was 69 degrees, the coldest July 21 on record (by six degrees) – and 37 degrees … Continue reading

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