Daily Archives: March 31, 2011

Rapidly Declining Snow Cover And Brutal Warming Causing California Glaciers To Grow

http://www.iceagenow.com/Glaciers_growing_on_Mt_Shasta.htm h/t to Marc Morano

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CO2 Has Changed The Fundamental Principles Of Physics

Mann tells us that CO2 broke previously reliable tree ring data. NSIDC tells us that CO2 broke a previously reliable correlation between NAO and Arctic ice. Jeff Masters tells us that CO2 broke a previously reliable relationship between cold and … Continue reading

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EPA : Earth To Turn Red Hot Soon

Yesterday the story was that increasing CO2 has less and less effect – leading to scenario B. Except when it has more and more effect – leading to a tipping point. The science of morons. http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/science/futuretc.html

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Garnaut – Climate Change Is About Confiscating Your Money

Let’s keep electing officials who hate us! It works well in the US and Australia. Professor Garnaut, Julia Gillard’s chief climate change adviser, yesterday responded to fierce criticism from the electricity sector that his eighth and final climate change update — which … Continue reading

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Exceptional Mildness In Greenland Continues Into April

I can hear sea level rising from all that melt water. http://www.wunderground.com/

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Romm Angry That The Other Side Is Finally Being Heard In Congress

His Soviet dream for the US is threatened.

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Berkeley Scientist Wants To Know If Earth Has Warmed 0.7C Or 0.6C

How many angels can dance on the head of a pin? Last year was the hottest year ever – by 0.01C. http://www.latimes.com/

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Team Global Warming Officially Joins The Ranks Of Flat Earthers


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Doomed Wine Industry Having A Banner Year

Like the maple syrup industry, wine is doing fantastic – but will soon collapse into a fiery death of hellish tipping points. The news: Early tastings of Bordeaux 2010 suggest it is probably just as good as the 2009, described … Continue reading

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Japanese Power Plant Shuts Off Lights In Support Of Earth Hour

Not having electricity is a worthy goal. http://www.mirror.co.uk/

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