Daily Archives: August 15, 2012

GISS : US Temperatures Approaching Infinity In 2012

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August 17, 1915 – Category 4 Hurricane Hit Galveston, Texas

Galveston was completely destroyed by a hurricane in 1900, and was nearly destroyed again in 1915 by a category 4 hurricane with 135 MPH winds. It was the fourth costliest hurricane in US history. According to Hansen, 1915 was one of the coldest … Continue reading

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Oklahoma Used To Be Much Hotter

The chart below shows why a number of high profile government scientists pretend that we don’t have temperature records prior to 1960. U.S. Historical Climatology Network Temperatures in the US used to be much hotter, and they are working hard to bury that information.

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Understanding The USHCN Adjustments

The algorithms used to create the adjustments are very simple. Pre-1900 temperatures are adjusted upwards to hide the 1900-1940 warming trend, which can’t be explained by CO2 The 1930s are adjusted downwards to hide the hottest decade in US history … Continue reading

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“what an angry and desperate Presidency looks like.”

“Mr. President, take your campaign of division and anger and hate back to Chicago,” Romney slams Obama in tough new speech – The Hill’s Ballot Box

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Winter Comes Early To The North Pole

Temperatures have dropped to -4C, and new sea ice likely will start forming in a few days. NPEO Home Page

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It Has Been Written ….

One thing we know for sure. No matter how much rain falls, the official report will say that the drought is expanding and deepening.   Intellicast – Weekly Precipitation in United States

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1850 : The First Official Droughtflood year


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New York Times Goes Full Stupid On Drought

Hundred-Year Forecast: Drought By CHRISTOPHER R. SCHWALM, CHRISTOPHER A. WILLIAMS and KEVIN SCHAEFER Published: August 11, 2012 BY many measurements, this summer’s drought is one for the record books. But so was last year’s drought in the South Central states. … Continue reading

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