Daily Archives: August 12, 2012

Guardian : Arctic Has 50% Less Ice Than Zero

Rate of arctic summer sea ice loss is 50% higher than predicted | Environment | The Observer That is amazing, because it was predicted to be ice free already. http://www.canada.com/ http://soa.arcus.org/ NASA climate scientist Jay Zwally said: “At this rate, … Continue reading

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Einstein : “Blind belief in authority is the greatest enemy of truth.”

“Blind belief in authority is the greatest enemy of truth.” – Albert Einstein The current belief of liberals is slightly different Anything the government says must be blindly accepted

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Be Very Afraid – Of Stupidity By the Press And Cheating By The Government

Summer’s record heat, drought point to longer-term climate issues “I’ve never seen anything quite like it,” said Justin Pedretti, who owns a farm near the boat ramp in Bonaparte, Iowa, and first reported the fish kill. Under the most wide-reaching drought … Continue reading

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August 1969 : Hurricane Camille Had 190 MPH Winds – Killed Hundreds Of People

It was of course no match for Irene’s massive 50 MPH winds at landfall. Eugene Register-Guard – Google News Archive Search

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There Is Something Rotten In Oak Ridge

  The graph above is the USHCN monthly data – final minus raw for all stations. The graph shows the usual cheating, adding 1.8 degrees on to 2011 relative to 1900. Now look at 2012 – the relative adjustment is … Continue reading

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Wisconsin – 30 Degrees Cooler Than 1936

NOAA announced a couple of days ago that summer 2012 is the hottest ever due to CO2. The forecast high for Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin tomorrow is 72 degrees.  On August 12, 1936 the temperature was 101 degrees.

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The 2012 Problem For Arctic Alarmists

In order for 2012 extent to match 2007, essentially all of the ice inside the red circle has to disappear. It isn’t likely to melt, and the only thing which could cause this to happen would be very strong winds … Continue reading

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