Daily Archives: October 16, 2012

Learning To Distinguish Warm Snow From Cold Snow

During the 1970s and early 1980s, there was a period of heavy snow which was caused by cold. This was followed by 20 years of little snow, which was caused by global warming. Over the past decade there has been … Continue reading

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“Once Ice Cube Mann” Now Uses September Arctic Ice As A Proxy For Global Temperature

Global warming hasn’t stopped by any objective measure; it is proceeding right on schedule. In many respects (e.g. the dramatic loss of Arctic sea ice this summer), it is well ahead of schedule,” Mann told LiveScience in an email. Did … Continue reading

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Gruniad Continues Their Impressive Record Of Publishing Complete Crap

Last week 10 October 2012 Confirmation of one of the worst global harvests in years will come on Thursday UN warns of rising food costs after year’s extreme weather | Environment | The Guardian This week 15 October 2012 World … Continue reading

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Global Warming To Destroy Antarctic Sea Ice

Antarctica could follow same path as Arctic sea ice melt In the rapidly warming Arctic, the Greenland ice sheet has been melting, leading to substantial net ice loss in recent years. The worry is that if global warming continues on … Continue reading

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Farmers Worried About Global Warming

The random cellphone and land line poll of 600 likely rural voters in nine battleground states Oct. 9-11 has Romney at 59 percent among the survey’s respondents. Obama’s support is now down to 37 percent among rural battleground voters, a … Continue reading

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McKitten Suffering Inner Ear Problems?

Twitter / billmckibben: Record fire seasons in west … Forest fire counts have been plummeting since 2006, and are currently the lowest on record in the National Interagency Fire database. McKitten must be suffering balance problems. National Interagency Fire Center

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Morning Invocation From The Huffington Post

All things are possible, if you have faith in CO2. As a scientist, I side with the data. Although, the study has to be kept in perspective, since the ice growth is not enough to cover the ice loss in … Continue reading

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