Daily Archives: May 19, 2013

No Correlation Between CO2 And US Temperature

The graph below plots the average annual temperature of all US HCN stations vs. CO2. There is no correlation. The US has the best temperature record in the world. Index of /pub/data/ghcn/daily/hcn/ Even if climate alarmists succeeded in reducing CO2 … Continue reading

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Woodward Says That The White House Lied

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Eat Drink And Be Merry, Because We Have Already Passed The Tipping Point

In 1989, the UN told us that we only had until the year 2000 to stop global warming. After that, all hell was going to break loose. Mercury News: Search Results Nineteen years later, NASA’s James Hansen gave Obama exactly … Continue reading

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Romm Says That Global Warming Has Brought The US To The Brink Of Ruin

Yes, unchecked warming is likely to prove the greatest scandal in U.S. history. Worse Than Watergate: Growing Scandal Brings Nation To The Brink Of Ruin | ThinkProgress Weird, I went out for a long bike ride this morning in the … Continue reading

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Ban High Capacity School Boards

This weekend marks the 86th anniversary of America’s worst school massacre, which was committed by a school board treasurer and involved no firearms. Common sense tells us that school board capacity needs to be limited to seven. The Montreal Gazette … Continue reading

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Viewing The Devastation On The Greenland Ice Sheet

Last year, it was widely reported that 97% of the Greenland Ice Sheet melted in an astonishing heatwave. ‘Astonishing’ Heat Wave Melts 97 Percent of Greenland Ice Sheet – US News and World Report The graph below shows the maximum … Continue reading

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Remember – It Is Always America’s Fault

Alarmists now blame the heat and drought of the 1930s on bad US farming practices, which contributed to the Dust Bowl. The idea being that the bare soil in the Dust Bowl regions didn’t hold as much moisture as it … Continue reading

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