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Daily Archives: August 15, 2012
Joe reports the shocking news that it is hot in Arizona – in the summer. Summer temperatures in Arizona peaked in 1896, and recent summers have been among the coolest on record. As I mentioned earlier, I was a student … Continue reading
Climate science is full of geniuses forecasting an ice-free Arctic, based on what has happened at 70 degrees north since the peak ice year of 1980. However, new research from the 15th century has determined that the Earth is not flat, and … Continue reading
The canary in the global warming coal mine barely escaped the cold in Alaska, and was recently spotted in Chicago. The environs there have also become too cold, so it is has moved to Arizona. Twitter / billmckibben: NYT: Phoenix … Continue reading
In 1996 the NYT said that severe droughts were common in the past Anasazi had weathered many severe droughts in the past. Why did the one in the late 13th century cause an entire population to abandon the settlements they … Continue reading
Melting over the Greenland ice sheet shattered the seasonal record on August 8 – a full four weeks before the close of the melting season, reports Marco Tedesco, assistant professor of Earth and atmospheric sciences at The City College of … Continue reading
In June, the sun set about 8:30 pm. Now it sets much earlier. At this rate, we will have a sunshine-free Colorado by next summer. Zwally™