Daily Archives: July 22, 2011

Tasiilaq Ice Cube Harvest Very Successful

The unprecedented heatindexwave in the US has created a huge demand for ice cubes. Greenland has been a primary beneficiary. Sadly this town will be under 20 metres of water after the ice sheet melts down in 125,000 years.  

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No Trend In Oklahoma Summer Temperatures

Joe D’Aleo sent this over.  

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Think Progress Blames The Dust Bowl On Inhofe

As Oklahomans Die, Inhofe Mocks Killer Heat Wave By Brad Johnson on Jul 22, 2011 at 3:20 pm The heat wave now battering much of the nation is centered on Oklahoma, where record heat and drought have crippled the state … Continue reading

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Dust – Another Magical Temperature Control

NOAA : Dust makes planets cold (PhysOrg.com) — A new study led by the U.S, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows that tiny particles that make their way all the way up into the stratosphere may be offsetting a … Continue reading

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Heat Index!

It is almost 100 degrees and I have an upstairs 0ffice with no AC. Should I dial 911, or should I dial 1-800-turn-on-the-fan-and-stop-being-such-a-pathetic-little-pussy ?  

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Weather Quiz

It is hot in North America because cool Arctic air is not moving south. That means that the cool air is staying in the _rct_c. Can you fill in the missing vowels?

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Law Of Rising Adjustments

“All adjustments to data move towards increased funding”

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Where’s Your Record Low?

People keep posting how awful the condition of the ice is and that the world is experiencing a record heat wave. “Shirley” we must be headed for a spectacular record low. It is the thinnest, rottenest, least extensive ice that … Continue reading

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It Was A Joke, Jim

Prior to the year 2000, the two hottest years in the GISS US record were 1934 and 1921 respectively. 1998 was the third hottest year, and more than half a degree cooler than 1934. This of course made no sense … Continue reading

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Do men join the global warming movement for the same reason that some buy oversized trucks? I highly recommend that you don’t click on the link.

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