Daily Archives: May 3, 2012

Forty Years Ago

In 1972, my brother and I were playing golf on the Aspen, Colorado golf course (basically a big cow pasture.)  A large, slightly intoxicated gentleman appeared out of the rough and told us that he had lost all his balls and asked … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 6 Comments

Secretary Of Defense Worried About The “Polar Cap” Melting

I was pointing out the other day that with the polar cap melting, we now have problems with regard to who claims the area in the polar region. Defense.gov Speech: Alaska had the most sea ice ever recorded this winter, … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 10 Comments

Greenland Melt Speeding Up

By SETH BORENSTEIN, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Greenland’s glaciers are hemorrhaging ice at an increasingly faster rate but not at the breakneck pace that scientists once feared, a new study says. The loss of ice from the glaciers that … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Disturbing Imagery Of The UK Drought

UK weather: Rain, biting winds and even snow for Bank Holiday weekend | Mail Online

Posted in Uncategorized | 13 Comments

Increasing Water Vapour Should Increase Atmospheric Pressure

If there really are more molecules of H2O in the atmosphere than there used to be, that would mean that the total weight of the atmosphere is greater than it used to be – even if the density is lower. More total … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 22 Comments

History Of Real Science Dot Com

Last August I was contacted by a person who wanted to create a commercial site. I agreed to do this and this person set up real-science dot com and I started posting there. The site was plagued by down time … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 29 Comments

8600 Manhattans Counting Disparity

Norsex shows ice extent about one million km² higher than 2007, and NSIDC shows about half of that gap. Apparently ice is a very tricky thing to measure. ssmi_ice_ext.png (1667×1250) N_timeseries.png (1050×840)

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Connecting The Dots Between Ignorance And Alarmism

“Connecting the Dots” Between Extreme Weather and Climate Change Over the last year, millions of people around the world have felt first-hand the impacts of the growing climate crisis. From devastating flooding in Thailand to historic drought in Texas, global … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 6 Comments

Are Her Business Skills As Good As Her Climate Skills?

I am not a climate change scientist, but I have come to understand that I am a climate change victim. Our daughter took the lead investigating destructive lightning in Maine. She found that the NASA Goddard Institute estimates a 5-6% … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 32 Comments

Ninety Years Of Extreme Global Warming In Illinois

ILLINOIS Climate Summary 1921 was the warmest year in Illinois history, but it wasn’t just the US that was hot. 20 Jul 1921 – DROUGHT IN BRITAIN. Unparalleled Heat Wave. LOND… 11 Oct 1921 – Heat Wave 01 Nov 1921 … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments