Daily Archives: November 1, 2015

Skeptical About Skeptical Junk Science

Five years ago I pointed out that claims of ice loss at East Antarctica are idiotic. John Cook then ran a three part series attempting to twist logic and common sense into his usual mindless nonsense. Part Three: Response to … Continue reading

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The Frequency Of Hot Days In Illinois Has Plummeted

Contrary to the flagrant lies of fraudsters like Heidi Cullen and Katherine Hayhoe, the frequency of hot days in the Midwest has plummeted. Days 95 degrees or above were three times as common one hundred years ago as they are now. … Continue reading

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All Illinois Record Maximum Temperatures Were Set Before 1955

There are 31 Illinois HCN stations which have been active since at least 1920. Every single one of them set their all-time record maximum temperature before 1955. All of th records were set in the years 1901, 1930, 1934, 1936 … Continue reading

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Words Of Wisdom From George Washington

Long before we had treacherous scumbags in the White House, the US had wise and brave leaders. “Truth will ultimately prevail where there are pains to bring it to light.” “If the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we … Continue reading

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Going Car-Free* Again

I rarely use my car in Colorado, but am headed off to Maryland car-free today. I’m taking the $12 bus from Boulder to DIA, which is the fastest, most convenient and by far the cheapest way to get there. From … Continue reading

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Colorado Glaciers Were Rapidly Retreating During NOAA’s 4th Coldest Year On Record

In 1924, it was reported that all of glaciers in the Rockies had been retreating since 1902, with very rapid retreat since 1919. 12 Nov 1924, Page 19 – at Newspapers.com According to massively tampered data from NOAA, 1924 was … Continue reading

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It Would Help If Scientists Actually Read The Scientific Literature

Zwally’s team calculated that the mass gain from the thickening of East Antarctica remained steady from 1992 to 2008 at 200 billion tons per year, while the ice losses from the coastal regions of West Antarctica and the Antarctic Peninsula … Continue reading

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