Daily Archives: January 17, 2014

Scientists Are 99% Certain, Yet Baffled

Scientists are 99% certain that humans are destroying the planet with Mann-made global warming, and they are simultaneously baffled why low solar activity is causing global cooling. BBC News – Has the Sun gone to sleep?

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Mikey Mann Hints That He Wants You To Report Skeptics To DHS

THE overwhelming consensus among climate scientists is that human-caused climate change is happening. Yet a fringe minority of our populace clings to an irrational rejection of well-established science. This virulent strain of anti-science infects the halls of Congress, the pages … Continue reading

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January, 1896 – 129 Degrees In NSW

01 Feb 1896 – NEW SOUTH WALES. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, January… h/t to Jody

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Philadelphia Wasn’t Always So Cold

During the Little Ice Age, Philadelphia was much warmer than it is now – after unprecedented Mann-made warming. A Meteorological Account of the Weather in Philadelphia: From January 1 … – Charles Peirce – Google Books

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January, 1939 : Record Heat And Fires In Australia

January 10 was the hottest day on record in Southeast Australia. Adelaide was 117 degrees, and Melbourne was 113 degrees. 11 Jan 1939 – HOTTEST DAY ON RECORD IN THREE CAPITALS Seven De… Three days later (Black Friday) Melbourne surpassed … Continue reading

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Melbourne Was 35 Degrees Warmer in 1908

Temperature today in Melbourne is 73F. On the same day in 1908, it was 106 F. Papers Past — Taranaki Herald — 17 January 1908 — DROUGHT AND HEAT. January 16, 1939 it was 114 degrees in Melbourne. 13 Jan … Continue reading

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January 16 Was The Hottest Day In Australia’s History – Just Not This Century

Must have been the 280 ppm CO2 in 1889, which made it so hot. Australia’s highest temperature: On Jan. 16, 1889, the temperature at Cloncurry, Queensland, Australia, soared to 128 (degrees) F, the highest temperature ever recorded on the continent … Continue reading

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