Daily Archives: September 12, 2013

NCDC US Cheating – It Is Worse Than It Seems

NCDC needs to hide the decline in US temperatures since the 1930s. So they cool the past and warm the present. But to make the cheating even worse, they are accelerating the adjustments. Note the upwards curvature of a third … Continue reading

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Syria Forecast Followup

Three days ago I wrote this : My guess is that Putin will make an offer to have Syria give up their chemical weapons, in exchange for the White House ending their financial and military support of the terrorists who … Continue reading

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Very Cooperative Terrorists

At the peak of the Obama scandals dominating the news, al Qaeda suddenly started chattering very loudly about blowing up an embassy – and dominated the news cycle for a couple of weeks. Then came Syria 24×7, and al Qaeda … Continue reading

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This Flood Is Exactly What They Predicted

Dust Storm Marks Beginning of Southwest’s “Permanent Drought” | The Energy Collective

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2009 Shock News : Arctic Ice Is All Rotten

New study: Arctic ice is rotten November 27, 2009 New study: Arctic ice is rotten | Alaska Dispatch Every year the experts tell us that the ice is rotten and almost gone, and will be completely gone in 2008, 2010, … Continue reading

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Big Thompson River Flooding

The Big Thompson River southwest of Fort Collins was the scene of one of America’s worst flood tragedies in 1976, when 150 people died during a summer flash flood. Relentless rains are causing the river to rise again, prompting evacuations. … Continue reading

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Colorado Permanent Drought Update : Boulder Shatters Its Wettest Day And Month Records

 09/12/2013 Boulder has set a record for its wettest 24-hour period. Ever. Prior to Wednesday, the single wettest day on record was July 31, 1919, when 4.80 inches of rain were recorded, according to Bob Henson, a science writer at … Continue reading

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