Daily Archives: October 16, 2014

Climate Thought For The Day

Cold is the new hot

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President Finally Getting The Recognition He Deserves From The Liberal Press

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The Most Important Thing Is To Punish Americans

Obama doesn’t care what other countries do about CO2, but it provides him an excuse to punish Americans. Likewise, he won’t place any restrictions on travellers from Ebola ravaged countries, but will place them on Americans. CDC considers adding names of … Continue reading

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The Other Night

Some nights are humid and warm. Other nights are dry and cold. Deserts can vary 60 degrees from day to night, when the humidity is very low. People who don’t believe in the greenhouse effect, aren’t thinking clearly.

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Latest Propaganda Monitor Update

The US Drought Monitor (generated in Washington DC) shows areas which are wetter than normal as being in extreme drought. Look at Tucson, Az, and compare with the PMDI map at bottom.

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Joe Romm Permanent Drought Update

It has been three years since Joe Romm announced the beginning of the permanent drought in Phoenix, which is now wetter than normal. The US is now near historically low levels of drought, thanks to your SUV. California is being … Continue reading

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The Tipping Point Was Actually 286.2 PPM CO2

Melting glacial ice and ice sheets have driven seas to levels unmatched in the past 6,000 years, says a study out this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Things began to go haywire about 150 years … Continue reading

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Settled Science Update

Britain faces years of freezing winters because global warming is causing Arctic Sea ice to melt, researchers have found. Freezing winters ahead due to melting Arctic Sea ice – Telegraph The exact opposite of what they were saying a few … Continue reading

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It Doesn’t Take Long For Reality To Set In

09 MAY 2011  German Chancellor Angela Merkel ….. will become the first leader to transform an industrialized nation from nuclear and fossil fuel energy to renewable power. Germany’s Unlikely Champion Of a Radical Green Energy Path by Christian Schwägerl: Yale Environment … Continue reading

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Why I Trust RSS (Part 2)

RSS US temperatures match USHCN measured temperatures quite closely. Unlike USHCN adjusted temperatures, which are a complete joke.

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