Daily Archives: September 3, 2010

Viva Espana!

http://www.cbc.ca/sports/story/2010/08/31/sp-usopen-two.html It has been a long time since Spain was on top – but after winning Wimbledon, the World Cup, the Tour de France, and soon the US Open … http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10610414 It took decades to finally kill of Franco’s ghost.

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Arctic Shooting Match – Current Standings

Best watched in 480p resolution. Each ring represents 100,000 km² forecast error. Disclaimers : I would never shoot a cute little bear. September isn’t over yet. A lot can still happen to the ice.

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What’s Up With Tottenham?

Guardian Photo Four goals on Wednesday, but nothing on Saturday. They haven’t won a Premiership match since May 1.

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Earl and Fiona Fading Fast

Earl is down to 85 MPH Fiona is down to 45 MPH

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Daily Climate Censorship Report

Tamino gets an exemplary grade today. Lucia is wobbling though. http://rankexploits.com/musings/2010/hot-pepper-haiku-nh-ice-open-thread/comment-page-8/#comment-51695 ————————— Afternoon update. Still in the queue, with dozens of later posts published.

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Northwest Passage Anyone?

Despite one of the warmest winters and summers on record over the Canadian Archipelago, the Northwest Passage never fully opened this year. A few boats did manage to get through. http://ice-glaces.ec.gc.ca/Ice_Can/CMMBCTCA.gif Freezing temperatures are forecast from here on out http://wxmaps.org/pix/temp2.html

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Correlating US Hurricanes vs CO2

It has been widely reported that increasing CO2 produces more hurricanes. If that were true, we would expect to have seen an increase in hurricanes as CO2 has risen over the last 100 years. The graph below shows US hurricane … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace Part 3

A few weeks ago I explained on WUWT that the UT interpretation of GRACE gravity anomaly data was flawed, due to calibration problems caused by isostasy. A new study from TU Delft, SRON and The Jet Propulsion Laboratory confirms my … Continue reading

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North Pole Then and Now

Seadragon (SSN-584), foreground, and her sister Skate (SSN-578) during a rendezvous at the North Pole in August 1962 Note the open water at the pole. By contrast, the photo below was taken near the North Pole on August 14, 2010. Now, … Continue reading

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SST Anomalies Continue To Plummet In The Hurricane Nursery

The blink comparator above shows the changes in UNISYS SST anomalies over the past week.  Areas that are less than +/- 1ºC are marked as white. So far, the hurricane season has been a little above normal. http://www.weatherstreet.com/hurricane/2010/Hurricane-Atlantic-2010.htm At this … Continue reading

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