Daily Archives: December 27, 2010

“2010 was the hottest year ever on planet earth”

http://www.guardian.co.uk/discussion/comment-permalink/8947190 Climate scientists have done an amazing job of dumbing down the entire planet!

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Global Warming Affects Sunlight In Nunavut

http://www.cbc.ca/ h/t to Marc Morano

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Senator Menendez And His Global Warming Fantasy

The only thing that has been agreed upon in this whole ‘global warming’ business is that scientists and politicians have fudged the numbers for their own political or financial gain. http://thestir.cafemom.com/

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Mark Lynas : British Snow Is Gone For Good!

No more snow in the UK or the Sierra Nevada! Dust Bowl in the midwest! Climate alarmist bullshit hits the fan. http://books.google.com/ h/t to hauntingthelibrary

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Hottest Year Ever : Flashback To Last Winter

Scotland almost as cold as South Pole as mercury hits minus 22 – and thieves nick two-ton grit bin Jan 8 2010 SCOTLAND suffered its coldest day of the big freeze so far as temperatures plunged almost as low as … Continue reading

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“Less Snow, Less Water: Climate Disruption in the West”

http://www.environmentamerica.org/ http://www.disasternews.net/news/article.php?articleid=4091

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Romm And Cook : “Winter warming faster than summer”

That explains why GISS shows winter temperatures plummeting over the past decade.

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Piers Slams The Cult Of Junk Climate Science

h/t to MikeTheDenier  

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Comcast Not Showing Arsenal-Chelsea

Talk about an epic scandal.

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Arctic Ice Now A Negative Feeedback

After telling us for years that Arctic ice loss is a positive feedback, climate scientists now claim it to be a negative feedback. Counter-intuitive but true, say scientists: a string of freezing European winters scattered over the last decade has … Continue reading

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