Daily Archives: October 5, 2010

Political Organisations Can Not Make Videos About Massacring Children Who Disagree With Them

People making comparisons to Monty Python are clueless. What is up with that? The eco-fascist culture has lost any semblance of sanity.

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CO2 Is Invisible

Attention Reuters/BBC You can’t see CO2. If you could, your car would fill up with opaque vapour from your breath – and you would crash before you made it out of the driveway.

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Response To Julienne

Thanks to Julienne for explaining what was going on around the periphery. My questions have to do more with the interior. I made an animation (above) of one region – showing July/September normalised (i.e. adjusted for drift.)  I think this … Continue reading

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Response From Julienne

Julienne Stroeve from NSIDC responded to my query earlier this morning. Here is what she said:

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Nothing We Can Do About Climate Change

our thanks go out to all those who support 10:10 and who work to combat the threat of climate change. Eugenie Harvey Director, 10:10 UK hello@1010uk.org Eugenie HarveyDirector, 10:10 UKhello@1010uk.org People who imagine they can stop climate change by making … Continue reading

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Cross Section Through The NSIDC Ice Maps

This is what troubles me about the NSIDC ice age maps. The image above is a sample cross section through the ice. The multi-year ice (green) disappeared after July, but left the much more vulnerable first year ice (pink) intact. … Continue reading

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NSIDC Multiyear Ice Disappears

Any theories about this? NSIDC shows a huge loss of multi-year ice (green) around the pole, Greenland, and the Canadian Archipelago since the end of July. Given that temperatures in those regions have been quite cold since the end of … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Ice!

NSIDC reports – At the end of the summer 2010, under 15% of the ice remaining the Arctic was more than two years old, compared to 50 to 60% during the 1980s. Ohhh that sounds bad. But wait a minute … Continue reading

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Romm The Shape Shifter

Joe Romm has been telling us that 2010 is the “hottest year ever” – despite the fact that satellite temperatures say otherwise. But today, he excitedly reports “ENDLESS SUMMER:  September was the hottest on record globally in the RSS satellite … Continue reading

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Solar Max! 160 Spots

Not! http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2006/21dec_cycle24/

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