Daily Archives: September 4, 2012

Where Was David Appell Then?

When The Arctic Institute posted the garbage below in all seriousness, David Appell forgot to accuse them of distortion. If this trend persists over the coming years we could experience an ice free Arctic Ocean by the summer of 2015. … Continue reading

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Boulder Can Bring Down Even The Best And Brightest

Roger Pielke Jr. says he is voting for Obama. Roger Pielke Jr.’s Blog: Romney vs. Obama in the ScienceDebate

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The Dirty Little Secrets Of The Summer

Besides the early winter storm which broke up the ice in August, another unusual wind event contributed strongly to this summer’s “record low” ice extent. In early June, strong winds blew open a large hole in the Beaufort Sea. This happened when … Continue reading

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If Monkeys Fly Out Of His …… How Will He Respond?

If 2013 breaks heat record, how will deniers respond? –  The Met Office predicted that half the years between 2011 and 2015 would be warmer than 2010. Besides their mathematics problem of picking half of an odd number (five years) that forecast is on the verge … Continue reading

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Put On Your Dunce Cap

I just spammed the 500th “JAXA set a new record low” comment If you don’t have anything new to say, don’t post it here.

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Hope And Change : Obama Increased Your Family’s Debt By $45,000

since President Barack Obama was inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2009, the debt has increased by $45,848 per household—or about 50 percent U.S. Debt Up 50% Under Obama | cnsnews.com This is of course before interest is accumulated. Make it a … Continue reading

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A Case Study In Dissonance And Implausible Deniability

After the 2007 Arctic wind event, the community of “experts” took full advantage of the propaganda opportunity and started forecasting imminent meltdowns. Orheim – Ice free Arctic in 2008 Serreze – Ice-free pole in 2008 Fortier – Ice free Arctic in 2010 Zwally … Continue reading

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Southwest Permanent Drought Continues With 400% Of Normal Precipitation

10-Day Precipitation Outlook for the Conterminous U.S.

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Three Years Since The Last Multi-Year Ice Melted

 November 27, 2009 One of Canada’s top northern researchers says the permanent Arctic sea ice that is home to the world’s polar bears and usually survives the summer has all but disappeared. Experts around the world believed the ice was … Continue reading

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Today’s Hilarious Discussion

We have a few people on the blog arguing that as Arctic ice thickness and concentration gets lower, the rate of decline should dramatically decrease. Experts tells us that the average ice thickness is less than 1.5 meters, that the ice … Continue reading

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