Daily Archives: September 24, 2015

Hot Weather Is A Thing Of The Past

During the 1930’s two-thirds of the US would reach 100 degrees every summer. In recent years, that number has been closer to one third. The animation below shows how much more widespread hot weather used to be in the US. … Continue reading

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Hot Weather Is A Thing Of The Past In South Dakota

On this date in 1935, Forestburg, South Dakota was 104 degrees, compared to a forecast high of 68 degrees today. One hundred degree days used to be very common there, but they rarely happen anymore. In order to hide this … Continue reading

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The World’s Greenest Country

Barack Obama and the Pope are very frustrated that the US can’t be like North Korea, which has achieved 75% carbon reduction. They are a shining light on the hill for communist global warming nutcases everywhere. Global_Carbon_Budget_2014_v1.0_final21Sept2014.xlsx

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1907 : It Is Up To Bloggers To Call Out Climate Criminals Like NASA And NOAA

Climate data fraud, like that being done by NASA and NOAA, is not a new problem. It is up to the “Independent Press” to defend the truth. it is the misuse of meteorological data …. that constitutes a crime against the community … Continue reading

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Latest From the Brainless And Dishonest World Of Climate Alarmists

The BBC used a picture taken after a cyclone storm surge. I used to drive through water deeper than that on my way to school in Houston. New Zealand has deported a Kiribati man who lost a legal battle to … Continue reading

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Arctic Sea Ice Thickness Is Identical To 75 Years Ago

Arctic sea ice rapidly melted from 1910 to 1940, and was reduced to two meters thick by 1940. Papers Past — Auckland Star — 14 December 1940 — WARMER ARCTIC 23 Feb 1940 – THE NORTH POLE. Is it Getting … Continue reading

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Record Sea Ice Growth After The Shortest Melt Season On Record

Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut The Arctic melt season normally last six months, from the first day of spring to the last day of summer. This year the melt season lasted just over five months and ice has … Continue reading

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