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Daily Archives: September 8, 2014
Alarmists have already moved their snake oil show to Phoenix, claiming that it never flooded there before. This picture was the Ash Avenue Bridge in 1914, with Tempe Butte in the background. I lived in Scottsdale in 1980. and had … Continue reading
Fri June 27, 2008 The North Pole may be briefly ice-free by September as global warming melts away Arctic sea ice, according to scientists from the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colorado. North Pole could be ice-free … Continue reading
Three years ago, Joe Romm announced the beginning of the permanent drought. Dust Storm Marks Beginning of Southwest’s “Permanent Drought” | The Energy Collective It must be that new kind of drought, which is very wet.
Al Gore’s Nobel Prize winning ice-free Arctic in 2014 forecast, appears to have missed by only twice the area of Alaska. arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/timeseries.anom.1979-2008
Your Aug. 3 editorial ”Waiting for the Greenhouse Effect” poses an implicit question: Given the length of time for greenhouse effects even to be measurable and the immense uncertainty about the extent of the threat, how are people likely to … Continue reading