Daily Archives: July 19, 2013

Alaska’s Most Famous Glacier Retreated Eight Feet Per Day Between 1794 And 1879

As you enter Glacier Bay in Southeast Alaska you will cruise along shorelines completely covered by ice just 200 years ago. Explorer Captain George Vancouver found Icy Strait choked with ice in 1794, and Glacier Bay was barely an indented … Continue reading

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NASA’s Josh Willis Apparently Believes That It Is OK To Lie To The Press

“There is no question that the time to prepare for sea level rise is now… We will definitely see 7 feet of sea level rise — the only question is when,” Josh Willis, a scientist at the NASA Jet Propulsion … Continue reading

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What’s Bothering Them?

The rowers seem to be stalling. Why don’t they just get out there and row through that one hundred mile wide patch of 70-100% concentration ice blocking their path? Before they left, they told everyone that global warming made their … Continue reading

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July 19, 1936 : 120 Degrees In Oklahoma

Most of Oklahoma was over 110F on July 19, 1936 and Altus reached 120F. Tomorrow’s forecast for Altus is 25 degrees cooler than the same date in 1936.

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July 19, 1936 – All Of Kansas Over 101 Degrees

Twenty-seven Kansas HCN stations reported on July 18, 1936. Three were over 110F. Seventeen were over 105F, and all were over 101F. The two hottest stations were at Coldwater and Sedan.

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Hansen 2007 : Ice Sheets To Collapse – Sea Level To Rise 25 Metres

JAMES HANSEN: There are two things that are cause of concern. First of all, if we look at the history of the Earth, we know that at the warmest interglacial periods, which were probably less than 1 degree Celsius warmer … Continue reading

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Real Life Stupidity Imitates Art In Colorado

I Broke the Dam! – Video Clips – South Park Studios Stan and Cartman broke the beaver dam and nearly destroyed the planet with global warming – and now it is happening for real in Fort Collins. Ellen Wohl, a … Continue reading

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