Daily Archives: January 12, 2015

How NCDC Data Tampering Wrecks Climate Science

Look at these stunning graphs of temperatures in Alabama and Mississippi. Temperatures were very hot there from 1921 to 1957, and then plummeted in 1958 MS.xls AL.xls Temperatures in the deep south show no correlation with CO2.  However, they do … Continue reading

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Shattered Hopes

During the warm winters of the late 1990’s I held high hopes that global warming was improving the climate. But now we are back the same crappy, cold weather of the late 1970’s.

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“Peace For Our Time”

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700 Billion People In A Century

Dr. Ray of FSU says that there will be close to a trillion people on earth in 100 years. In 100 years there will be 100 times as may people living on the earth. Peter Ray: It’s just tip of … Continue reading

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Basic Graphing Lesson For Scientists

The Y-axis is known as the dependent axis. It assumes that there is a dependency with the X-axis. The amount of sea ice in the Arctic is primarily controlled by the direction of the wind, and how much old/thick ice … Continue reading

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Arrogant Government Scientist Award For The Day

Yes, I am actually going to “argue with an NOAA meteorologist” Scary ooooooohhhhh….. Until a few days ago, Arctic sea ice extent was at a 10 year high. Then southerly winds in the Bering Sea pushed the ice edge back. The … Continue reading

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Nutty Professor Award For The Day

“The population doubles every 40 years. In 100 years there will be 100 times as may people living on the earth.” Peter Ray: It’s just tip of the iceberg for global warming The main problem appears to be that Dr. Ray … Continue reading

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