Daily Archives: September 6, 2012

Only Two Manhattans Of Ice Per Polar Bear

The Arctic melt season pretty much ended on August 25. That was the last day which JAXA maps showed any noticeable contraction of the ice edge. ssmi_ice_area.png (1667×1250) Almost all of the ice pack is covered with fresh snow now, … Continue reading

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America’s Largest Forest Fires All Occurred With CO2 Below 310 PPM

The National Interagency Fire Center lists these fires as the largest in US history. 1871 Peshtigo Fire – 3.8 million acres 1825 Maine Fire – 3 million acres 1898 South Carolina – 3 million acres 1910 Idaho – 3 million … Continue reading

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The Forest Fires Of 1910

Before USHCN cheating, March of 1910 was the warmest on record in the US. The following summer was also one of the worst on record across the US for forest fires The Great Fire of 1910 (also commonly referred to as the Big … Continue reading

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Summer Of 2012 Was Sixteenth Hottest In US History

USHCN has updated their “raw monthly” data for August, and the summer of 2012 (June-August) was the 16th hottest in the US. The three hottest summers were 1936, 1934 and 1901. ftp://ftp.ncdc.noaa.gov/pub/data/ushcn/v2/monthly/9641C_201209_raw.avg.gz Even after almost two degrees of upwards adjustments relative … Continue reading

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Obama 2008 : “You can’t drive your SUV, heat your home or eat without EU approval”

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Massive 1898 Fire In Colorado

The Deseret News – Google News Archive Search Compare that (blue rectangle below) to the 2012 fire (red dot below.) UPDATED: High Park Fire maps and imagery | The Coloradoan | coloradoan.com

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Bill McKitten Is A Superstitious Nincompoop

McKitten is at it again As the Front Range of the Rockies set all-time temperature records, horrible wild fires obliterated homes in Colorado Springs and Fort Collins. A Summer of Extremes Signifies the New Normal by Bill McKibben: Yale Environment … Continue reading

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Had Michael Mann’s Ancestors Been In Galveston 112 Years Ago …

On September 8, 1900 a giant hurricane hit Galveston Island with 145 MPH winds and killed more than 10,000 people. Had any of Mann’s direct ancestors been there at the time, we wouldn’t have to listen to his bullcrap about hurricanes getting worse.

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Climate Chaos In The Age Of Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs ruled the earth for 165 million years, when CO2 was much higher. The climate was just fine. Dinosaurs don’t suffer from neuroses like Democrats.

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Witch Burners Meet Again Tonight In Charlotte

The stupidest people of modern times meeting again in Charlotte. These hysterical nitwits took control of Congress six years ago and the White House four years ago, and have failed to stop a single natural disaster from occurring. Climate Change. The national … Continue reading

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