Daily Archives: June 16, 2013

Brain Boring Beetles

We had record snow in April and May along the Front range of Colorado. April in Boulder was the snowiest month ever. Climate geniuses blamed it on too much moisture in the atmosphere caused by man-made CO2. A few weeks … Continue reading

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Going To War Over Non-Existent WMD’s

Blame Bush. Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com June 14, 2013 Ben Rhodes, the White House national security advisor behind the claim that President Bashar Al-Assad used chemical weapons in Syria, is a fiction writer with zero educational background in government, diplomacy … Continue reading

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Arctic Ice Extent Highest In A Decade

COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

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One Year After The High Park Fire

Last year we had this in Fort Collins : The media declared to be the end of the world, due to permanent drought and climate change. One year later, the burn area looks like this. Greenest anyone can remember. BTW … Continue reading

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What Bill Of Rights?

In Virginia, a telecommunications consultant reported, Verizon had set up a dedicated fiber-optic line running from New Jersey to Quantico, Va., home to a large military base, allowing government officials to gain access to all communications flowing through the carrier’s … Continue reading

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Job Posting : Government Climate Scientist Need

Job description : Generate data and reports which support the White House goal of carbon taxes, wealth redistribution, destroying the fossil fuel industry and reduction of personal freedom. Must blame Republicans for bad weather. Skills required : Data tampering Generation … Continue reading

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No Actual Data Permitted At CSM

Colorado fire: Is global warming one of the culprits? (+video) – CSMonitor.com The team is becoming increasingly shameless with their lies. The amount of land burned in fires has been decreasing, and is about 1/4th of normal so far this … Continue reading

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