Daily Archives: March 6, 2014

Lack Of Snow In Sochi Proves Global Warming

Climate experts were expecting to see snow on Soch’s palm trees The lack of snow convinced them that skiing is a thing of the past Experts also determined that a warm week in Sochi in February was indicative of a climate … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Summers Are Much Cooler Than They Were In The Past

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Please, Stop The Stupid

The conversation on the Venus thread has gone way past my tolerance for stupid. Venus is not a closed system. It is located near this object – which provides a steady stream of shortwave radiation to the top of the … Continue reading

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Joe Romm : Great Lakes Ice Is A Thing Of The Past

JANUARY 18, 2013 warmer winter air is causing a shorter duration of ice cover. In fact, the amount of ice covering the lakes has declined about 71 percent over the past 40 years. Last year, only 5 percent of the … Continue reading

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Occupy Venus

We all know Venus is hot. A few billion years ago, Venus had a collision with something that turned it on its side and slowed its rotation way down. One day on Venus is almost six Earth months long. Because … Continue reading

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Occupy Climate Science

It is time to introduce some actual science into the world of climate science. I have had the great privilege of spending time with CSU’s Bill Gray recently, and he has been explaining to me what causes the climate fluctuations … Continue reading

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WWF Says That Global Warming Will Evaporate The US

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1986 : Tom Karl Told Congress That Severe Drought Is A Normal Climate Fluctuation In The US


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With Two Cold Nights Ahead, Great Lakes Set Another Spring Ice Cover Record

Great Lakes  may break the all-time ice coverage record of 94% by Friday morning

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