Daily Archives: July 5, 2013

Correlating New York Sea Level To Global Temperature

Climate experts tell us that sea level rise is caused by global warming, because they believe that ice can’t melt unless the temperature is increasing. (Quite alarming that they actually graduated from pre-school with critical thinking skills like that.) Anyway, … Continue reading

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The Hail Mary Approach To Climate Science

Yesterday one of the usual clowns on the thread was trying to claim that there has been an increase in the amount of hail in New Mexico due to global warming – citing this graph. http://www.srh.noaa.gov/ssd/techmemo/sr207.htm He forgot to mention … Continue reading

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Shock News : US Ambassador Demanded That Morales Plane Be Forced Down

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The Pillsbury Doughboy Generation

We have a large percentage of people in the US who have never experienced any actual adversity, so they imagine that having to walk in warm air for 30 seconds between their air conditioned car and their office is a … Continue reading

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PBS Says That The Discovery Of Global Warming Was More Important Than The Invention Of The Smallpox Vaccine

PBS says that a 0.7C rise in global temperature over the last 150 years is worse than this: Note that this guy doesn’t have the same smug look as the feminine hygiene product narrator in the video above. By the mid-18th … Continue reading

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Unprecedented Arctic Cold Continues

We are almost half way through the Arctic melt season, and there has been essentially no melting north of 80N this year. COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut It is safe to assume that the … Continue reading

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Forward In Egypt

Doug Ross @ Journal: 15 Photos From the Tahrir Square Protests You’ll Never See In Legacy Media. #Egypt #Morsi #Obama

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