Daily Archives: July 26, 2012

Smoking Gun That Hansen’s Adjustments And The Hockey Stick Are Garbage

Bookmark this – it is important. The graph below plots the correlation between raw USHCN maximum temperatures and Briffa’s trees from 1960-1994. Those are the trees which Mann threw out when he did his nature trick. The correlation is pretty … Continue reading

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US Cooling – It Is Worse Than It Seems

The USHCN data I have been plotting for the entire US has a warming bias to it. The density of USHCN stations is higher in the northeast, where there has been a warming trend. By contrast, Texas has a much lower density of stations, … Continue reading

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Chilly Weather At The Antarctic Meltdown – Make Sure And Bring A Sweater

Weather Forecast Vostok, Antarctica | Vostok Weather | Wunderground

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The Hayhoe Creation Myth

Some Christian fundamentalists believe that the earth was created 5,000 years ago, but Katherine’s data indicates that Earth was actually created much later during the 1970s – which coincidentally happened to be the coldest decade of the last 80 years.

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Just Say No – To Lying About Heatwaves

The one hundred hottest 36 month periods in Oklahoma – all occurred before 1960. Hottest Average 36 month periods Rank End Month Year Temperature 1 8 1934 62.5495 2 5 1955 62.3987 3 4 1955 62.3413 4 12 1956 62.3343 … Continue reading

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July 24, 1936 – Hottest Day In Kansas History

The hottest temperature this month in McPherson was 108 degrees, nine degrees cooler than 1936. Experts tell us that 2012 heatwave is comparable to the 1930s – because they are completely incompetent. Kansas Temperatures – July 24, 1936 MCPHERSON 117 … Continue reading

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Global Warming At The London Olympics

This is what global warming looks like. The last time London hosted the Olympics was in 1948. King George VI opened the games at the end of July in 35C weather. After 74 years of unprecedented global warming, the forecast high in London for … Continue reading

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Winter Is Impossible

Using the new McKitten/Masters/Romm math, the odds of having 90 days in a row of below average temperatures are 2^90 to one, which is about one billion billion billion to one. When you are shoveling your driveway next winter, feel … Continue reading

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Last 12 Months Was The 10th Hottest In The US

NOAA has been claiming that the last twelve months was the hottest in US history, but USHCN data places that in doubt. The table below shows the ten hottest 12 month periods in US history, based on measured (raw monthly) maximum … Continue reading

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