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Daily Archives: September 24, 2010
NCAR graph from the 1970s Now that at least one member of the Hockey team has acknowledged that the cooling in the 1970s was both real and natural, we can analyze older data which was not perturbed by people with … Continue reading
http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icecover.uk.php In mid-August, the winds kicked up in the Arctic and pushed the ice edge to the north – causing great joy amongst people wanting to claim Arctic Armageddon.
Flooding in China in 1931 killed as many as four million people, and left 80 million homeless. It was preceded by a three year drought and heavy snow/rain. Atmospheric CO2 levels were 310 ppm, well below Dr. Hansen’s “safe” level … Continue reading
We all know by now that 2010 is the hottest year in history. Particularly on the US East Coast where Philadelphia has been almost as hot as it was 182 years ago.
Philadelphia’s “hottest ever summer” of 2010 averaged 78ºF from June-August. That is just as hot as it was June-August, 1828. When CO2 levels were 290 ppm. From The Harvard University Library
http://ice-glaces.ec.gc.ca/Ice_Can/CMMBCTCA.gif “It is a little bit tricky — lots of fog and ice,” Börje Ivarsson, a Swedish adventurer who just finished a two-year journey from Russia to Inuvik on a 30-foot boat, told CBC News.
BOM Map Spring has arrived in the Southern Hemisphere and Mr. Sun has decided to spend the next six months down there. He prefers the warm weather, but is facing a lot of cold water this year.
Igor left a lot of cold water behind, making life a lot tougher for Lisa. He ruined Julia’s plans, and has already moved on. Now he is aiming for the red bullseye in Baffin Bay.
1. Heat 2. Cold 3. Mild temperatures 4. Wet 5. Dry