Daily Archives: January 10, 2015

Pee Reviewed Climate Science

In 2012, experts announced that global warming had ruined winters and made them warm truly cold temperatures are becoming less and less common The Year That Winter Forgot: Is It Climate Change? – TIME In 2014, experts announced that global warming was causing … Continue reading

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Rules For Climate Radicals

Refuse to believe any historical Arctic ice data which is not from satellites Ignore any Antarctic sea ice data which is from satellites Refuse to believe any temperature data which is from satellites Arctic air is very warm, until it comes … Continue reading

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Penguins Marching An Extra 1000 km

A few years ago, experts told us that Penguins were doomed because of disappearing summer sea ice. Antarctic summer sea ice is at a record high, and extends about 1,000 km further than it did in January 1993 -shown as … Continue reading

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2014 US Climate Report

Driving to work on Thursday, I heard NCDC announce that 2014 was hotter than normal in the US for the 18th consecutive year, and that it was an extreme climate year.   State of the Climate | National Climatic Data … Continue reading

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Don’t Be An Islamophobe

The Charlie Hebdo writers would have faced execution in almost any Islamic country, but experts say the recent executions have nothing to do with Islam. Islam: Making a True Difference in the World – One Body at a Time

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Hiding The Data At NCDC

It would be difficult to overstate how perverse the science is at NCDC. They release graphs of tampered data and make bold declarations of hottest year ever, without releasing graphs of the actual thermometer data, and without releasing graphs of more accurate … Continue reading

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Who Are My Peers?

Climate morons keep telling me to write a “peer-reviewed” paper about my temperature findings. Who would review it?  I’m not doing climate science, I am doing computer science.  I am examining history and faults in the processing of large data sets. That is … Continue reading

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