Daily Archives: February 27, 2011

Shock News : Romm Censored My Posts Showing That He Is Spreading Misinformation

This is the guy which Time Magazine reads every day.

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Which Decade Had The Most Extreme Weather?

Tough call. http://www.usatoday.com/weather/wcstates.htm http://www.usatoday.com/weather/wheat7.htm  

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Slow Week

I am going to be working in Connecticut this week and will be posting irregularly from my low carbon netbook. This will compensate for the plane obliterating the atmosphere on the flight out. Sorry for the inconvenience. Apologies to the … Continue reading

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Romm Joke Part 2

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More On Romm’s “Worst Drought In China In 200 Years”

DEC 1877 (through 1878) THE DROUGHT AND FAMINE IN NORTH CHINA http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/5920323? AUGUST 1878 It is officially announced that 7,000,000 persons have died of “famine in China.” http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/2979891? JULY 1893 A TERRIBLE FAMINE. DREADFUL REPORTS FROM CHINA: PARENTS SELLING THEIR … Continue reading

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Guardian : Anyone Who Thinks For Themself Is A Far Right Facist


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The Usual Romm Joke

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Romm Ups The China BS Ante

Now he’s claiming that the drought in China is the worst in 200 years. Yesterday the claim was 6o years., despite the fact that the Beijing Climate Center shows 0% of the country in extreme drought. Same story in the … Continue reading

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Which Climate Impacts, Joe?

Is Romm talking about the hot, dry impacts? Or maybe he is talking about the cold snowy impacts? Or maybe the drought, or the flood, or the hurricanes or the lack of hurricanes. His story about the impacts of global … Continue reading

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Snow In Cupertino

http://www.mercurynews.com/bay-area-news/ci_17490259?source=rss&nclick_check=1 I was living there during the 1998-1999 La Nina, and remember heavy snow accumulation in the Santa Cruz mountains above Palo Alto – which lasted for a few days. July 4, 1998 was so cold in Cupertino that we … Continue reading

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