Daily Archives: October 3, 2010

News Flash – Life At The Poles Is Tough

Male Emperor Penguins go for three months without eating – in -70 degree weather with 100 mph winds – while carrying an egg which if they drop will grow up to be socially dysfunctional. If their wife is one day … Continue reading

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Living Inside Their Own Heads

This is what our friends imagine the Arctic looks like. Full of poor, starving, depressed¬† creatures with bearly enough energy to move – trapped inside an eternal summer of hellish temperatures brought on by evil humans and their SUVs. The … Continue reading

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How Long Can They Keep It Up?

Last year, Kevin Trenberth famously asked the hockey team “where the heck is global warming?”¬† “The fact is that we can’t account for the lack of warming at the moment and it is a travesty that we can’t.” They obviously … Continue reading

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Chelsea 2 – Arsenal 0

The Alex goal was one of the finest shots I have ever seen. Nothing anyone could have done to stop that rocket.

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Sea Level Change in La Jolla Over the Last 140 Years

I’ve been going to the beach in La Jolla, California for more than half a century. The beach there hasn’t changed a bit. The animation above shows how little change has occurred since 1871. https://www.sandiegohistory.org/timeline/images/80-2860.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/da/090207-LaJollaCove.jpg First time I went … Continue reading

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An Exercise in Just How Clueless They Are

John Cook claims that there is a 40 Year Delay Between Cause and Effect when it comes to CO2 Let’s put that theory to the test.

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No Correlation Between Sea Level And Atmospheric CO2

Average sea level rise has been very steady for the last 100 years at about 2 mm/year, which is comparable to the rise recorded by CU over the last five years. That is at least 15-30X too low to reach … Continue reading

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Farewell To Summer

http://ccc.atmos.colostate.edu/~autowx/fclwx_plotsearch_form.php We had the best summer in years here along the Front Range, but it is fading fast. There is a big blast of cold air headed across the entire US next week.

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Hottest Year Ever : Global Warming Strikes The Ryder Cup

Guardian photo Chelsea and Arsenal coming up shortly!

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More On GISTEMP Differences (part 2)

Reader “Amino” has put together a second video on this topic. His part one can be seen here.

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