Daily Archives: March 13, 2015

Exciting Day

I just got my 1998 4×4 back from the shop. It passed 200,000 miles and needed a new front end. Located conveniently next to the White House So I can drive down to DC tonight, pump out lots of life … Continue reading

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No Net Change In Arctic Sea Ice Thickness Since 1940

Between 1893 and 1940, maximum Arctic ice thickness dropped from 365 cm to 218 cm. Papers Past — Auckland Star — 14 December 1940 — WARMER ARCTIC The US Navy reports that ice thickness between Spitzbergen and Greenland is currently two … Continue reading

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30 Years Since EPA Said New York Could Sell Their Snow Plows

Science spoke 30 years ago. Permanent flooding in the southwest, and no snow in New York. Published: November 2, 1983 The recent forecast by the Environmental Protection Agency that a general warming of the earth’s atmosphere will occur during the … Continue reading

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Science Speaks About Maple Syrup

Six months ago, the Gruniad declared the end of Maple Syrup. Eight foods you’re about to lose due to climate change | Vital Signs | The Guardian So how did that turn out? Cold winters are delaying Maple Syrup production … Continue reading

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Science Speaks About Cherry Blossoms

Three years ago, experts made this brilliant forecast. DC cherry blossoms in February, and peak bloom in early March Could cherry blossoms one day be blooming in winter? – The Washington Post The New York Times predicted cherry blossoms at … Continue reading

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Basic Climate Science For Turnips

The atmosphere warmed from 1977 to 1998, and hasn’t warmed since. This was caused by a spike in Pacific Ocean temperatures, which began in 1977 and ended in 1998. During years with high Pacific Ocean temperatures, atmospheric temperature increases, and … Continue reading

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Science Spoke Forty Years Ago!

In 1975, experts blamed cold winters and freak weather on excess ice, caused by a change in solar radiation. TimesMachine: May 21, 1975 – NYTimes.com Now experts say the exact opposite. They blame cold winters on a decline in ice which … Continue reading

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