Daily Archives: August 13, 2012

When Government Fraud Starts Costing Trillions Of Dollars

Governor Moonbeam is using taxpayer money to display this NOAA graph on his anti-denier website. NOAA. Looks scary – the only problem is that it is complete garbage. The measured data (which the graph above is supposed to be based on) … Continue reading

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Dangerous Sea Level Rise In Northern California

Governor Moonbeam (V2) thinks that his state is going to drown. http://www.psmsl.org/data/obtaining/rlr.monthly.plots/378_high.png

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Hansen : Taxing This Vehicle Could Have Prevented The 1934 Drought

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State Of California Says That The Climate Is Controlled By The Tobacco Industry

A famous tobacco industry document from the late 1960s said, “Doubt is our product, since it is the best means of competing with the ‘body of fact’ that exists in the minds of the general public.”4 It is a strategy that … Continue reading

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Obama Blames The Drought On Ryan

Paul Ryan used his first solo campaign swing as Mitt Romney’s running mate Monday to hammer President Obama as a jobs killer, forcefully echoing Romney’s message, while Obama used a pair of nearby campaign stops to accuse Ryan of hurting … Continue reading

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University Of Bremen : Sea Ice Gone By September 1

extent_n_running_mean_previous.png (1201×962) h/t to slimething

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Why The Gain In Antarctic Sea Ice Is Important

There is more sea ice around Antarctica than in the Arctic, and it is all at lower latitudes than in the Arctic – so it reflects a lot more sunlight back into space. The whole point of alarmists being hysterical about September Arctic … Continue reading

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When Seconds Mean Life Or Death, Police Are Just One Hour And Two Minutes Away

Norway police ‘could have stopped Breivik sooner’ In the aftermath of the attacks, police were criticised for their failure to use a helicopter once alerted to the shootings, and for the bungled attempt to reach the island on an inflatable … Continue reading

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The Incredibly Hot August Of 1936

Sixteen days in a row over 105F in Altus Oklahoma during August 1936.

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NOAA Defines Extreme Weather

A maximum of 80F in March is extreme A maximum of 70F in August is extreme Temperatures during Hurricane Andrew were not extreme

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