Monthly Archives: August 2010


Thanks for the nice response today from everyone. I plan to cover some new and interesting topics over the next few weeks/months/years. Some antagonists will no doubt be pleasantly surprised by my views on the environment. Please tell all your friends!

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Global Warming Vs. Street Crime

From The New York Times : In the Wall Street Journal, Jean Guerrero writes an interesting article about how cities are fighting street crime by the simple act of leaving the lights on deeper into the night. (Other cities have … Continue reading

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It Is Called Weather

After a hot summer, Bjorn Lomborg changes his mind and wants to spend $100 billion dollars to appease the global warming gods. ‘Sceptical environmentalist’ and critic of climate scientists to declare global warming a chief concern facing world” The world’s … Continue reading

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Ice Forecast Verification

The video below shows current ice (thin red line) my June forecast (dashed line) and NSIDC’s forecast summer minimum (red horizontal line.)  Who do you think is going to be closest? DMI shows ice extent almost unchanged over the last … Continue reading

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Election Temperature We keep hearing about 2010 being the hottest year ever.  Objective and unbiased scientists are rushing this incorrect information to press before La Niña spoils their party, and before the ruling party gets tossed out of Congress. So how … Continue reading

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Juggling the Arctic

According to DMI, July was probably the coldest on record north of 80N. Daily mean temperatures for the Arctic area north of the 80th northern parallel, plotted with daily climate values calculated from the period 1958-2002. JAXA showed that July … Continue reading

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East Anglia Surveys Three Million Scientists, All Support Global Warming

Louise Gray reports in The Telegraph : Professor Andrew Watson, a climatologist at the University of East Anglia, which was at the centre of last year’s ‘climategate’ scandal, said the extreme events are “fairly consistent with the IPCC reports and … Continue reading

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Much Ado About Nothing in Greenland

Earlier in the month, a chunk of ice broke off the Petermann Glacier in northern Greenland. The press of course ran with the story as proof of Global Warming, as Anthony forecast they would. European Space Agency Animation So what … Continue reading

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Heavy Snow Forecast For The Alps

As part of Hansen’s “hottest year in history,” there is heavy summer snow forecast for the Alps over the next three days. Meanwhile, Australia, New Zealand and Argentina also enjoy heavy snow – as their special way to celebrate … Continue reading

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Why An Ice Free Arctic Won’t Happen Any Time Soon

Following the record minimum in 2007, experts began a fun process of trying to outdo each other with their “ice-free Arctic” forecasts. I am going to explain here why they have it backwards. Dr. Olav Orheim, the Norwegian International Polar … Continue reading

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