Daily Archives: May 30, 2015

More From My Undercover CO2 Investigations

This greenhouse gas spewing power plant supplies Larimer County, CO and much of Boulder County with most of its electricity. Ninety seven percent of residents probably have no idea where their electricity comes from. This video shows the full impact … Continue reading

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Not Sure I Would Use These Psychics

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No Increase In Heaviest Rain In Texas

Contrary to all the mindless Hayhoe drivel, there has been no increase in the heaviest rainfall events in Texas, and this year has been nowhere near a record.

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They Can’t Predict The Weather In One Month, But Know What It Will Be Like In A Century

The same scientists who failed to predict the rain in Texas, say that the rain is exactly what they predicted all along.

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Cattle In 1957 Had Never Seen Rain

In 1957, Texas went from five years of extreme drought to flood – in a matter of a few weeks. Some cattle in Texas had never seen rain when the floods came.  The Victoria Advocate – Google News Archive Search

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Greenland Farming

Vikings farmed in Greenland, a thousand years before global warming drought industrial farming to the region. Here are some busy farmers in Tasilaq, Greenland today. Hendriks webcam i Tasiilaq Michael Mann says that there was no Medieval Warm period, and … Continue reading

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Arctic Sea Ice Continues To Track 2006

The summer of 2006 had the highest minimum extent of the past  decade. This year Arctic ice is tracking 2006 very closely. Temperatures in the Beaufort Sea are forecast to remain below freezing for the next week, so we should see … Continue reading

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