Daily Archives: August 9, 2012

Huffington Post : Al Gore Could Have Saved Us From The Worst Weather In History!

There is a widely held theory that former Vice President Al Gore lost his bid for the presidency in 2000 because of his insatiable, career-long desire to curb the effects of global warming by first and foremost informing the public … Continue reading

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No Trend In US July Maximum Temperatures

July 2012 was fourth hottest in the US, and was about 1.5 degrees cooler than 1936. July 2009, was the fourth coldest in the US.. There has been no trend in measured July maximum temperatures since 1895. During the 1930s, July maximum … Continue reading

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Huffington Post Writer Can See The Moscow Heatwave From His House

If overwhelming scientific consensus wasn’t already enough to convince someone that climate change is real and requires immediate action, just look outside your window. All the heat waves, record-setting droughts, freak storms, and catastrophic wildfires we’ve seen all summer long … Continue reading

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EPA : Replace Toxic CO2 With Safe Mercury

The curlicue compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) oft touted as an Earth-friendly alternative to standard incandescent bulbs may cause skin damage, according to a new study by researchers at Stony Brook University. The bulbs are already known to pose hazards from … Continue reading

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Mann : Had We Listened To Hansen in 1988, Manhattan Would Not Be Underwater Now

Hansen sure nailed the part about Manhattan being underwater While doing research 12 or 13 years ago, I met Jim Hansen, the scientist who in 1988 predicted the greenhouse effect before Congress. I went over to the window with him and looked … Continue reading

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We Have A Flake In Our Midst

Arcticio (@arcticio) says: August 9, 2012 at 7:50 pm You call the ice flakes of first image an ice pack? Well, some euphemisms intend to amuse, lol. Below is the image he is referring to , with the scale attached. //ARCTIC.IO/OBSERVATIONS/8/2012-08-08/7-N81.213551-W176.222925 Those ice … Continue reading

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The USHCN Mystery Adjustment

We have already seen that the exponentially increasing post 1990 TOBS adjustments are garbage and lacking even a theoretical basis, but what about the the 1.8 degree mystery adjustment which sits on top of TOBS? What ever it is, it has grown exponentially … Continue reading

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Consensus Says That Global Warming Made Mars Extremely Cold

If you want to see the effects of real global warming, you don’t have to look any further than our sister planet Mars. Once a warm, wet planet with oceans and rivers whose beds still crisscross the Martian landscape, it’s … Continue reading

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That New Kind Of Extreme Drought

4-8″ of rain in Georgia and Indiana this week can only mean one thing – extreme drought US Drought Monitor Intellicast – Weekly Precipitation in United States

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NASA Experiences Extreme Integrity Meltdown

Satellite images analyzed by NASA revealed that the icy surface of Greenland has melted more this month than at any time in the history of its observation from space. Almost the entire ice sheet experienced some sort of melting at … Continue reading

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