Daily Archives: September 5, 2014

A Long Term Semi-Rural Station In Victoria

The station at Nhill, Australia is in farm country on the edge of town – about 50 metres from a road. It shows temperatures were hotter during some years in the early 20th century, and no general trend in maximum … Continue reading

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What Could Possibly Go Wrong At Streaky Bay, SA?

Streaky Bay, SA shows warming over the past century. And like most other Australia stations, the GHCN data prior to 1957 is missing.   ASN00018079 -32.7963  134.2116   13.0    STREAKY BAY The thermometer is close to the Bay. And Google … Continue reading

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What Could Possibly Go Wrong At Narrogin?

Narrogin, WA shows some warming over the past century. ASN00010614 -32.9342  117.1797  338.0    NARROGIN The station is sandwiched between two roads in an urban area.  

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Major Monkey Business In Australia

A few days ago I noted that the GHCN database for Australia has very little data prior to 1957, and wondered if the jump was due to Sputnik. Well it turns out that lack of data prior to 1957 is due … Continue reading

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Freddie Mercury Reincarnated [Corrected]

Today is Freddie Mercury’s 68th birthday. Check out Adam Lambert, who has replaced him. Not the same presence on stage, but his voice is almost a carbon copy. Check out Marc Martel, whose voice is almost a carbon copy. I heard … Continue reading

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