Daily Archives: October 25, 2014

Understanding How To Think Like A Climate Criminal

Alarmists evaluate the health of Arctic ice, by the minimum extent of the year. They go ballistic if you try to use any other measure. They demand that you don’t average over the entire year. So I did something very similar … Continue reading

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The David Appell Challenge

David Appell says that this graph is fraudulent. I challenge him to either prove it, or move to Greenland and stop using fossil fuels.

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Frequency Of US Temperatures Over 90 Degrees Is Down Almost 50% Over The Past 80 Years

In the 1930’s, nearly one day out of five was over 90 degrees. The frequency of hot days has since plummeted, and this year less than one day out of eight was over 90 degrees.

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Interesting Correlation Between Snow And Volcanoes

The two years with the deepest average snow in the US were the years when El Chicon and Pinatubo erupted. I remember seeing pictures of Los Alamos, NM in 1993 – with cars completely buried under the snow. But look … Continue reading

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Great Moments In Climate Science

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A Real Hockey Stick

The percentage of the US receiving snow, steadily declined from the 19th century until about 1990. Since then there has been a massive increase in US snow cover, with 97% of US stations receiving snow during the winter of 2011. This … Continue reading

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US Having Its Coolest Year On Record

The percentage of US HCN stations to reach 90 degrees was the smallest on record this year, with four of the five coolest years occurring above 350 PPM CO2. The most widespread heat occurred in 1931, when more than 98% of stations … Continue reading

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