Daily Archives: October 20, 2012

Tampering With Weather Data For Political Purposes Is Nothing New

People were tampering with weather data for political purposes, long before Tom Karl and James Hansen started doing it. it is the misuse of meteorological data …. that constitutes a crime against the community docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/035/mwr-035-01-0007b.pdf

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Mikey Mann Thinks Oklahoma Never Had A Dust Storm Before

h/t to Tom Nelson Twitter / MichaelEMann: @afreedma @pdykstra Well, this … The Three Stooges might want to learn a little history before twittering in their pants. Perhaps Andrew Freedman meant that AGW is a decelerant? (Picture from the Franklin D. Roosevelt … Continue reading

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1703 : Worst Storm In British History

CO2 levels were a very safe 280 ppm. The Great Storm of 1703 is arguably the most severe storm or natural disaster ever recorded in the southern part of Britain. It affected southern England and the English Channel. A 120-mph … Continue reading

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Visualizing How USHCN Hides The Decline In US Temperatures

USHCN thermometers show a significant decline in US temperatures since 1920, with 1921, 1931 and 1934 being the three hottest years. NOAA decided that this simply wouldn’t do, so about a decade ago they started adjusting the data in the … Continue reading

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Troubling Question ……

Why am I in Colorado this weekend, instead of London?

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Kick Racism Out

This is “Kick It Out” weekend in English football, which is well timed after the ugly display by Serbia on Tuesday. We should extend the campaign to the US, and kick the race-baiter-in-chief out of the White House.

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The Princess And The Pea

During 2011, Princess McKitten had a lumpy climate, stuffed with too many tornadoes and storms. She complained to her mother Gaia, who delivered a dozen thick mattresses which buffered the Princess from those nasty storms. The Princess then went back to Mother … Continue reading

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