Daily Archives: April 29, 2011

For Ed, Who Can’t Search

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Hottest Year Ever Brought Below Normal Tornadoes

Hansen says that 2010 was the hottest year ever. The tornado count was just below the mean. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:2010_United_States_tornado_count_graph.png Temperatures have plummeted since last spring, and we are having a very active tornado season. Romm adds 2+2 and comes up with … Continue reading

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Disordered Minds

Higher temperatures in the mid-troposphere would make make the atmosphere more stable and produce fewer severe storms. Similarly, polar amplification would reduce temperature differences between the equator and the poles, once again reducing the numbers of severe storms. The reason … Continue reading

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Romm’s Crew Implies That CO2 gods Are Punishing Denier States

Can there be any doubt that the biggest tornado outbreak since CO2 was 335 ppm – was caused by increasing CO2? http://thinkprogress.org/2011/04/28/tornado-global-warming/

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“In China and other countries, they just burn whatever the hell is available,”

“Our leaders are stupid, they are stupid people,” Trump says there’s no benefit trying to be a good neighbor environmentally if halfway around the world the most-favored nation is mucking up the air. “In China and other countries, they just … Continue reading

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Blogger Gets His Question Answered

Q : What would it take for the man-made climate change skeptics to agree that we are impacting our climate? I always see you folks write that the data is not there yet to support the contention that we are … Continue reading

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Declining Spring Snowcover Brings Record Snowpack To British Columbia

DISAPPOINTMENT LAKE Drainage:    Lower Fraser    Owner:    Greater Vancouver Water District Latitude:    49° 33′    Year Established:    1995 Longitude:    122° 45′    Sensors:    Air temperature, precipitation and Elevation:    932 m         snow water http://bcrfc.env.gov.bc.ca/data/asp/realtime/asp_pages/asp_1d18p.html

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U. Maine Scientist Warns Of Warming And Sea Level Rise

April 29, 2011 9:48 AM Press release Gordon Hamilton of the Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine will speak at 7 p.m., Thursday, May 5, at the Kennebunk Town Hall on Main Street, Kennebunk. “On Thin Ice and … Continue reading

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1927 : A Year Of Record Floods In The US


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“Irresponsible” To Blame Tornadoes On Global Warming

Schneider says the evidence is not there to “draw a distinct link between climate change and tornadoes.” Karins agrees. “As a rule no single weather event can be linked to or apart from climate change,” he notes. “With that said … Continue reading

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