Daily Archives: August 9, 2013

Storm Chasers

After two busy hurricane years in 2004 and 2005, many of the world’s leading experts (including Judith Curry and Roger Pielke) concluded that global warming was making major hurricanes hit more often. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – Google News Archive Search … Continue reading

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Jeff Masters Was Right

Rats have taken over the White House and Capitol Hill The Gripe: Rats in D.C. are a sign of summer – The Washington Post

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Little Change In Sea Level At La Jolla Since 1871

The animated gif below compares 1871 sea level in La Jolla, California vs. a recent high tide picture. https://www.sandiegohistory.org/timeline/images/80-2860.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/da/090207-LaJollaCove.jpg However, this picture of the 1959 La Jolla High School Homecoming Queen normally changes my level.

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A More Rigorous Definition Of “Scientist”

We hear all kind of bizarre clams about climate catastrophe from people calling themselves scientists. It is time that we tighten up the definition of the term : scientist : someone who couldn’t get a date in high school

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IMDB Sleeper : “The Arrogance Of The Sheep”

It took most of the 20th century for the consensus to accept the blatantly obvious fact of Continental Drift. They chose to ignore the evidence – because it didn’t fit their belief system. Similarly, we hear consensus claims that the … Continue reading

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“Experts Say”

In mid-July, a heating and air conditioning company was running a radio ad here in Colorado. Last summer was the hottest on record in Colorado, and experts say that this summer will be just as hot The last four weeks … Continue reading

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Sixteen Inches Of Permanent Drought At The Corn Belt This Week

Intellicast – Weekly Precipitation in United States A few months ago, the experts at NOAA told us that the corn belt drought was going to get worse this summer.

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Panorama Of The Massive Thunderstorm Which Flooded Denver Last Night

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Monterey Bay Scientists Affected By Climate Funding Disorder

Monterey Bay affected by climate change Monterey Bay is a microcosm of the “immediate and growing threat” of climate change in California, the state Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday. From rising sea levels and ocean acidity to declining populations of … Continue reading

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NSIDC : Up Is The New Down

NSIDC : Down Back when the sea was thick and lasted for years, cyclones tended to spread the ice out and actually increase its extent, said Julienne Stroeve of the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colo. Now, … Continue reading

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