Daily Archives: April 7, 2013

Older, Thicker Arctic Ice Has Increased 50% During The Last Two Years

The amount of 3+ year old ice is up from 7% in 2011 to 10% in 2013. There is more 3+ ice now than there was five years ago. The amount of 4+ year old ice is up from 3% … Continue reading

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Being An Alarmist Means Not Understanding Nature

Climate alarmism is based on ignorance and dishonesty. Check out N.M.’s burn scar to see crisp evidence of climate change By Scott Shuker / Santa Fe resident on Sun, Apr 7, 2013 Along with 35 people from Albuquerque, Santa Fe … Continue reading

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Texas Moving To Protect Their Schoolchildren

Some states are choosing to protect their children, by providing powerful deterrents to criminals. Hundreds of Texas educators take free concealed handgun class The proposal calls for 16 hours of training to instruct teachers how to first conceal children during … Continue reading

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Time For A Team Huddle

Obama is pushing electric cars because he says electricity is clean, and electric cars are marketed as being “emissions free.” The White House is also pushing the idea that electricity is incredibly dirty and generates huge amounts of emissions. EPA may delay … Continue reading

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Fifty Consecutive Days Of Above Normal Global Sea Ice Area

Global sea ice area has been above normal for fifty consecutive days, going back to the 17th of February. arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.global.anom.1979-2008 Using Jeff Masters math, the odds of this happening are 2^50:1 or 1,125,899,906,842,624:1

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My Response To Bette Midler

Bette Midler (BetteMidler) on Twitter

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Second Coldest March On Record In England

the mean temperature for England for March was 2.6 °C – making it the second coldest on record, with only 1962 being colder Met Office News Blog | Official blog of the Met Office news team In 2002, The UK government announced … Continue reading

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The Reason Why I Want An Electric Car

I want an expensive little car which can’t carry very much has a range of 40 miles takes many hours to refill is useless in an emergency and can leave me stranded for many hours.

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Hansen : 24 Metres Of Sea Level Rise

When it comes to global warming, extreme scare stories abound. Al Gore, for example, famously claimed that a whopping six metres of sea-level rise would flood major cities around the world. Gore’s scientific advisor, Jim Hansen from NASA, has even … Continue reading

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Hansen : Oceans To Boil Away From Lifeless Earth

The perfect can be the enemy of the good, but here moderation or “probity” might turn out to be the enemy of life. In the midst of all the conditionals and uncertainties, one thing that can be said about mainstream … Continue reading

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