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- Extreme Earth And Space Weather Of 1859
- “A highly regarded factcheck team says”
- Briffa’s Reconstruction
- An Imaginary Warming Trend
- Hottest Two Months On Record
- Red Hot North Pole
- Erasing Thermometer Data
- Hiding The Decline
- Global Boiling Christmas
- Fake Data At Altus, Oklahoma
- Worse Than The Dust Bowl
- 777 Imaginary Thermometers
- Extraordinary Claims
- Nebraska’s Hottest Day
- Kerry Greenhouse Gas Emissions
- OSI Vs. NSIDC
- 777 Fake Stations
- The End Of Snow In Wales
- The End Of Snow
- “Experts Say”
- “Deniers going crazy”
- ““verging on climate denial”, scientists said”
- Global Warming Makes It Cold
- Global Sea Ice Area
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Daily Archives: April 5, 2011
Franny Armstrong hoped to reduce CO2 by having school teachers murder skeptical students, but the cold winter in the UK ruined her plans. http://www.guardian.co.uk/
Forget the World’s Fair, we now have a new way to celebrate human accomplishment. Instead of going to see a vision of the future, we turn off the lights and sit in the dark for an hour. Earth Hour shows … Continue reading
What a let down.
They promise a shutdown, but can they deliver? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ Americans can find out which tiny percentage of the government they actually need.
Joe can stop his ranting now. Nature saves the planet.
Latitude suggested that I try this. The plot below shows Rutgers winter (Dec-Feb) snow cover vs. UAH global Dec-Feb temperatures. As you can see, there is no correlation. Snowy winters are just as likely during global warm winters and cold … Continue reading
http://en.wikipedia.org/ The last one was Andrew in 1992. The other two were in 1935 and 1969. It has been 934 days since any hurricane hit the US – the longest hurricane-free period since before the Civil War.
Extensive northern hemisphere snow cover during the 197os was caused by record cold and global cooling, but now it is caused by record heat and global warming. Like when your broiler starts behaving like the deep freeze. http://climate.rutgers.edu/snowcover/table_area.php?ui_set=1&ui_sort=0 So far … Continue reading