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Daily Archives: July 24, 2012
“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I’m not sure about the the universe.” – Albert Einstein
I agree that often sensationalism in the media is unchecked, unabashed and distasteful, but that’s nothing new and present in both sides. After all, how many articles did we read about “Climategate?” (Which was debunked.) Refuting media bias on global … Continue reading
Climate-change skeptics will dismiss this summer’s North American weather as just that – weather. They’ll argue it says nothing about longer-term climate trends. It’s true that the U.S. droughts of the 1950s and 1930s were worse than the current one, … Continue reading
Maximum temperatures are less affected by Urban Heat Island effects than minimum temperatures, and are a better judge of the temperature trend than mean temperatures. As you can see, temperatures in the US have been declining since 1920. Unfortunately, satellites … Continue reading
Unprecedented – yet normal, cyclical and expected Steve Cole Headquarters, Washington 202-358-0918 email@example.com July 24, 2012 Satellites See Unprecedented Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Melt Even the area around Summit Station in central Greenland, which at 2 miles above sea level … Continue reading
The Earth is warming and human activity is the primary cause. Climate disruptions put our food and water supply at risk, endanger our health, jeopardize our national security, and threaten other basic human needs. Some impacts—such as record high temperatures, … Continue reading
Gossiping about the weather is possibly the oldest human topic of conversation. Most of the time this is a harmless activity, but humans occasionally go through periods of superstition where they blame the weather on angry gods, human misbehavior, or witches. We are … Continue reading
If you want an idea of just how clueless James Hansen is about the 2011 heatwave, check out the graph below. Maximum July temperatures in Iowa averaged more than ten degrees cooler in 2011 than they did in 1936.
Ninety-two percent of all USHCN Iowa July record daily maximums occurred prior to 1955. As the EPA reports, US heatwaves were much more severe during the 1930s. Check out this heatwave from May, 1934! If we had a May heatwave … Continue reading
With Warming, Peril Underlies Road to Alaska By CORNELIA DEAN Published: July 24, 2012 WHITEHORSE, Yukon Territory – In February 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave the Army Corps of Engineers an assignment: Build a road from British Columbia across … Continue reading