Daily Archives: January 6, 2014

Sydney Morning Herald Turns Antarctica And Mathematics Upside Down

SMH claims that west Antarctic Ice is seeing a big decrease in sea ice, and East Antarctica a small increase. This is a flagrant lie on all counts. Antarctic sea ice is at a record high anomaly of 1.5 million … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Sight In Colorado

I was driving past Colorado Springs in sub-zero (F) weather this evening, and saw a huge array of solar collectors covered with snow and completely useless. On a more positive note, this was the view in the San Luis Valley … Continue reading

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Settled Science Update

In 1997, GISS showed that the earth was rapidly warming from 1866 to 1900. But by 1999, they showed the exact opposite for the same time period. The 1997 version was destroyed on the Web Archive sometime this week, and … Continue reading

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NASA Destroying Evidence In 2011?

This inconvenient graph has been on the GISS website since 1999, and shows US temperatures cooling since the 1930’s. fig1x.gif (500×182) On January 18, 2011 the graph was wrecked and appeared as below for a while. Someone had likely tampered … Continue reading

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Another Destroyed Archived GISS Temperature File

As of  2013-12-23 17:43:18 This archived 1997 GISS zonal temperature record contained the text below. Now it contains no text. This can’t happen without someone intentionally tampering with the file. http://web.archive.org/web/19970301013011/http://www.giss.nasa.gov/Data/GISTEMP/ZonAnn.Ts.txt Annual mean Temperature Anomalies in .01 C selected zonal … Continue reading

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Santa Fe Saves The Planet

The city of Santa Fe has banned plastic bags, and thereby saved the climate and the New Mexico Sea Lion population,  but unfortunately they don’t know what year it is. The city’s Environmental Services Division had to mail hundreds of … Continue reading

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