Daily Archives: September 19, 2010

8º F In Siberia

http://www.wunderground.com/global/stations/24688.html Summer in Siberia is going out with a bang. Temperatures in Ojmjakon, Russia are currently 8 degrees Fahrenheit (-13º Celsius.). No doubt the press and Joe Romm will cover this with the same zeal as they covered Moscow a … Continue reading

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Violent Tornadoes Are Driven By Cold Temperatures

The image above overlays violent US tornado strikes vs. GISS US temperatures.

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More Comedy At The Guardian

http://www.guardian.co.uk/ ————————————— Afternoon update

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More On The Disappearing North Pole

To make it more clear what is happening, these images from September 16-18 show the pole hole growing in size. As the sun sets over the Arctic, our visible satellite imagery is also disappearing. Thus the need for microwave imagery … Continue reading

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US Temperatures Having Difficulty Keeping It Up

Since 1998, GISS has shown some interesting changes to the US temperature data – as seen in the blink comparator above. The present got warmer and the past got cooler. Nevertheless, the most recent GISS graph shows that US temperatures … Continue reading

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Is GISS Consistent With Statements From Climate Experts?

http://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/2010july/figure2.pdf GISS released this graph in July, showing unabated warming since the mid-1970s.

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SST Changes Over The Last Two Weeks

The blink comparator above shows how SST anomalies have changed since early September.

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The Anti-Engineering Crowd

Engineers have to get things right. They design things which have to work in the real world. When bridges fall down, there are consequences. If your computer doesn’t work, there are consequences. If a rocket crashes, there are consequences.

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New Ice Forming At 81N

The freeze line is moving quickly south. You can see new ice starting to form at 81N 157E. The blink comparator shows changes over the last week.

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Extreme Climate Reporting

It is not surprising that many people believe that extreme weather events are on the rise. The media constantly exaggerates their weather reporting. Consider Hurricane Igor, which has 100 MPH winds – a category 2 hurricane. If it drops five … Continue reading

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