Daily Archives: February 25, 2015

The Colorado Recovery

Colorado sank to desperate lows in 2008 when they hosted the beginning of emperor Obama’s attempted coup. And again in 2012/2013 when the Democrats in the legislature voted to repeal the 2nd Amendment to the US Constitution. But the state … Continue reading

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Summers Getting Shorter And Cooler In The Northeast

Buckhanon, WV has the longest continuous temperature record in the Northeastern US. The number of 90 degree days there is much lower than it was 60 and 120 years ago. The length of summer is also shorter than it was … Continue reading

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How Much Does Obama Love America?

Obama loves America this much : In a stirring sermon that weaved the hopefulness of past African generations with dreams for the future, Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. preached his final sermon Sunday at Trinity United Church of Christ, leaving a … Continue reading

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Coldest Start To The Year On Record In The Northeast US

When the final data comes in for this month, 2015 will be the coldest January/February on record in the Northeastern US, with 148 record lows for every record high.

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I am Under “Investigation”

Originally posted on The Climate Fix:
As some of you will already know, I am one of 7 US academics being investigated by US Representative Raúl Grijalva (D-AZ) who is the ranking member of the House of Representatives Committee on Environment…

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There Is High Confidence That The IPCC Is Both Corrupt And Incompetent

The latest United Nations assessment of the role of humans in global warming has found with “high confidence” that greenhouse gas emissions are at least partly responsible for a host of changes already under way, including longer growing seasons and … Continue reading

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Huffington Post Predicts Six Feet Of Sea Level Rise In New York

A disconcerting report released last week revealed that New York City could see a 6-foot rise in sea levels by the end of this century. It would make nearly half a million New Yorkers vulnerable to flooding, and waterfront properties … Continue reading

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