Daily Archives: July 26, 2013

Still Waiting For The GPS-less Rowers To Magically Appear On The Other Side Of Cape Parry

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Just In From The White House!

I just got this E-mail from the President, Thanks to the grit and resilience of the American people, we’ve cleared away the rubble from the financial crisis and begun to lay a new foundation for stronger, more durable economic growth. … Continue reading

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Understanding Jimmy and Mikey’s Work

Briffa’s trees showed this inconvenient drop in temperatures after 1940, which didn’t suit the hockey stick product requirements which Mikey had been tasked with. Briffa’s trees showed the same post-1940 drop as the 1975 NCAR and National Academy of Sciences’ … Continue reading

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Understanding How Progressives Debate

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Remember When They Were Hysterical About Kansas And Oklahoma And New Mexico And Arizona?

Intellicast – Weekly Precipitation in United States

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Where Is Your Blowtorch?

They tell us that the remaining ice is record thin and rotten and failed and slushy and that the temperatures are hotter than ever. They also tell us that all the ice will be gone this summer, and that the … Continue reading

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Remember When They Talked About Tornadoes For A Couple Of Days?

torngraph-big.png (1000×650) Caution : This graph is too complicated for climate alarmists.

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Chris Christie Thinks Libertarians Are Dangerous

Chris Christie: Rand Paul ‘dangerous’ “This strain of libertarianism that’s going through parties right now and making big headlines I think is a very dangerous thought,” the New Jersey GOP governor said on Thursday at a Republican governors forum in … Continue reading

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GPS Off – 30 Knot Cross Wind – Guess Where We Will See The Rowers Next?

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WIC Program

I was stuck in line at the supermarket for half an hour last night, because a Mexican woman came in with some Colorado food stamps. She had seven different types of food stamps, each of which was designated for only … Continue reading

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