Daily Archives: May 1, 2012

UCS Turns People’s Brains To Putty

Why Alaska Might Be the Best Place for Electric Cars by Timothy Hurst on May 1, 2012 Let me first preface this piece by saying Alaska may not, in fact, be the best place to own and operate an electric … Continue reading

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UK Officially In Droughtflood

Water companies reached for words like “irony” today to explain to 20 million customers why they should save water even as rivers overflowed, gardens were swamped and fields became lakes after a further inch of rain fell in some regions in … Continue reading

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Occupy Barrow

May Day on the north slope of Alaska. Where are the occupy protesters who want to stop global warming? Barrow Sea Ice Webcam

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Disturbing Trend Of Normal Sea Ice Continues

Arctic sea ice has been at or above normal for over a month now, prompting climate experts to ramp up the BS to new and unprecedented levels. ssmi1_ice_area.png (1667×1250)

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Obama Looking For New Excuses To Run Down The US Economy

U.S. rolls out 10-year climate study Published: May 1, 2012 at 7:52 AM WASHINGTON, May 1 (UPI) — A 10-year research plan outlined by the White House will focus on how human economic activity influences climate change, the administration said. … Continue reading

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The EPA Needs To Shut Down Obama’s Green Economy

Obama’s “green economy” scam is now an environmental hazard. MILPITAS (CBS 5) — Three months ago, CBS 5 caught Solyndra tossing millions of dollars worth of brand new glass tubes used to make solar panels. Now the bankrupt solar firm, … Continue reading

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An Exceptionally Deluded Climate Scientist

Nov. 24 (Bloomberg) — Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets are melting faster than expected and the future rise in sea level will be “much higher” than previously forecast, a group of 26 climate scientists said in a report today. The … Continue reading

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1936 : Record Cold, Heat, Floods, Tornadoes And Drought In The US

February, 1936 was the coldest month in US history. March saw severe flooding.  April brought catastrophic tornadoes, July was the hottest month in US history, and August brought near-record drought – only exceeded by 1934. “Experts” who claim that severe weather has … Continue reading

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1889 Potomac Flood Almost Reached The White House


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May 8, 1878 – Global Weirding


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