Daily Archives: August 13, 2011

Leading Arctic Researcher Shows That Glacial Melt Slowed Substantially Since 1952

Reader Kevin O’Neill brought this to my attention. Leading Arctic expert William Carlson said that glaciers in Norway and Alaska lost half their size during the fifty years before 1952. Had that rate of loss continued, there would have been … Continue reading

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Record Storm Naming Season?

The storm naming team is cranking them out at near record rate. http://www.weatherstreet.com/hurricane/2011/Hurricane-Atlantic-2011.htm

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The Eye Of The Tiger

Texas Tech University seems to be repelling the heavy rain in New Mexico and Texas. http://www.wunderground.com/

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Somehow The MSM Missed This Story

Sixteen inches of rain in northeastern Oklahoma over the past week. The press is still busy writing about the record drought – which they expect to go on for another year or two. http://www.intellicast.com/National/Precipitation/Weekly.aspx

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1947 : Catastrophic Melting At Both Poles


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Rain Continues To Miss The Alarmists

Now it is raining heavily in southwest Texas and near the Haaavard of the South where I attended.  None for Lubbock, Austin or College Station. http://www.accuweather.com/us/radar/sir/txe/radar.asp?play=true

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1952 : Ice Caps Melting At An Astonishing Rate

Seems impossible. Prior to 1979 the ice caps were completely stable. http://trove.nla.gov.au/

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1926 : Geoengineering A Warmer Climate


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Heavy Rain Carefully Avoids Lubbock, Austin And College Station

Didn’t Rick Perry pray for rain the other day? Five inches have fallen near Fort Worth In the last 12 hours. http://www.accuweather.com/us/radar/sir/txe/radar.asp?play=true MSNBC reported this on Thursday : Texas gets even drier in ‘unprecedented’ drought. “Texas will continue to be … Continue reading

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1892 : Disastrous Floods On The Mississippi And Missouri Rivers


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