Daily Archives: May 14, 2012

Andrew Freedman Still Having Trouble With Statistics

@afreedma: Chart that speaks volumes re: extreme weather in US this yr: 82% of country affected by extreme max temperatures. http://1.usa.gov/Kapor3 Shared via TweetCaster First problem is that mild springtime weather is not extreme, and second is that there is no … Continue reading

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Big Science At NOAA

Joe D’Aleo sent this over. The average of -1 and -1 is zero. http://www.crh.noaa.gov/product.php?site=LOT&issuedby=ORD&product=CLI&format=CI&version=7&glossary=0

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“Don’t worry – we are going to win”

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220 MPH Hurricanes Coming Soon!

Ellensburg Daily Record – Dec 7, 1988 Ellensburg Daily Record – Google News Archive Search It has now been almost seven years since a major hurricane hit the US – the longest such period on record.

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First Foursome Of The Year Tees Off In Greenland

For some people, summer means only one thing – golf. summit:status:webcam  

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Just How Stupid Is Climate Progress?

You can’t make this stuff up. U.S. Coal Generation Drops 19 Percent In One Year, Leaving Coal With 36 Percent Share Of Electricity By Stephen Lacey on May 14, 2012 at 9:27 am Power generation from coal is falling quickly. … Continue reading

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Putting Ice In Perspective

NSIDC normally stretches the Y-scale of their Arctic plots relative to their Antarctic plots, which makes it look like the negative anomaly is very large. Below I put both together at the same scale. It turns out that the polar ice caps are doing … Continue reading

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Fuel Strike Needed

The President and his supporters have determined that oil and coal are evil, and need to be  shut down. Energy industries should oblige them with a voluntary shutdown three weeks ahead of the July 4th holiday. People don’t know what they have … Continue reading

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Climate Writer Underlies The Core Problem

Ignorance of history seems to be a common thread of all radical movements. This writer apparently believes that Africa didn’t used to have droughts, and that Asia didn’t used to have floods. Bracing for tough climate talks With the climate … Continue reading

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More Permanent Drought Headed For Texas Today

Texas has had 4-8 inches of permanent drought during the past week, and is expecting more today. Weather Street:Clouds and Precipitation Forecast Movie

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