Monthly Archives: July 2012

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 Published: July 24th, 2008 02:27 PM The coldest summer ever? You might be looking at it, weather folks say. Gloomy … Continue reading

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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

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July 31 News : Thanks To Urbanization, Joe Romm’s IQ Has Dramatically Decreased

It has been known for years that cities make rainstorms more intense. Romm rolls yet another gutter ball. Cities incite thunderstorms, researchers find Summer thunderstorms become much more fierce when they collide with a city than they would otherwise be … Continue reading

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1890 : Louisville Destroyed By A Massive Tornado

28 May 1890 – WHAT AMERICAN CYCLONES CAN DO. (From the St. Jam…

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This Is What Climate Change Looks Like

February, 1936 was the coldest month in US history and July, 1936 was the first or second hottest. In between those months was some of the most deadly weather in US history. 08 Apr 1936 – STORMS IN U.S.A. Devastating … Continue reading

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Mislabeled Product Fraud

Even if the people behind the USHCN/GHCN/GISS/NOAA data tampering believe that what they are doing is scientifically legitimate (and I have serious doubts about that) – they are misrepresenting their product as thermometer data. They take a measured cooling trend, … Continue reading

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