Remember When They Were Hysterical About Kansas And Oklahoma And New Mexico And Arizona?

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6 Responses to Remember When They Were Hysterical About Kansas And Oklahoma And New Mexico And Arizona?

  1. Federico Manchini says:

    As I predicted on WUWT many months ago NH ice will NOT go outside SD now its STALLED completely LOL
    http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icecover.uk.php BTW it means absolutely NOTHING in climate terms

  2. Federico Manchini says:

    And of course SH continues on its relentless INCREASE which BTW does mean something climatewise because this increase is HIGHLY significant and constant 4 years now (not fiddled with by CT because they think it fits the AGW meme). These cretinos don’t reallize or don’t want to…that this is PRECISELY the best ice marker for COOLING ie SOLAR low minimum check WUWT.
    http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/IMAGES/seaice.recent.antarctic.png It is interesting that chapmans CT NH ice is diverging pathologically from the Danish site DMI more everyday. The NH ice is an untouchable icon for the AGWers in the USA. CT will simply not permit NH ice to increase! (as shown on DMI) Thank god for the honest Scandinavians!

  3. Andy DC says:

    Last week, Texas was completely slammed, so there is no permanent drought to be found this year.

  4. Bill says:

    How about that woman from Nebraska? DId she ever get any rain? What city was it? Carney? Blaine? Something like that.

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