Daily Archives: October 11, 2013

Name That Wind Gust

We are having wind speeds along the Colorado Front Range higher than most of NOAA’s named tropical storms this year. NCAR Mesa Lab Weather (english, 5-minute)

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2007 : Obama Promises To End Illegal NSA Wiretapping Of US Citizens

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Socialist Utopia Finally Located

Obama is looking to create a world where everyone services the queen, as their primary function.

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2008 : Obama’s Promise To End Federal Borrowing

Barack Obama will restore fiscal discipline to Washington: Under President Bush, the federal debt has increased from $5.7 trillion to $8.8 trillion And it is now $17 trillion after five years of Obama fiscal discipline. http://moveleft.org/obamas_promises/www-barackobama-com_issues_fiscal.pdf

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It Is Worse Than It Seems

It is bad enough for alarmists that 2013 (green) has more Arctic sea ice than 2006 (red) – but the reality is much worse than that. There  has been a large increase in western Arctic ice in 2013 relative to … Continue reading

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Declining Snow Cover Update

We only need one cm of snow in the next three weeks to make this the snowiest January-October on record in Fort Collins.

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Can Obama Restore The Kinder, Gentler Climate Of 1890?

05 Apr 1890 – Cyclone and Floods in America. TORNADO AND BLIZZ… http://trove.nla.gov.au/ http://news.google.com/newspapers 31 Mar 1890 – TERRIBLE DISASTERS IN AMERICA. TOWNS AND VILLAGE…

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February 9, 1884 Tornadoes Killed 800 People In 8 States

Any February tornado now brings calls for world communism to end climate change. 30 Dec 1896 – The Sydney Morning Herald – p6

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1884 Shock News : North Pole Sometimes Free Of Ice


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Shock News : Obama Has Destroyed The Reputation Of The National Park Service

I’m a former NPS historian/supervisory interpretive park ranger from two parks (at Vicksburg National Military Park in Mississippi and the Steamtown National Historic Site in Pennsylvania.). I’m now serving as a historian for another Federal agency. For years I’ve monitored … Continue reading

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