Daily Archives: September 12, 2014

You Can Make A Difference!

We won! SJR-19 fell short of the 60 votes it needed to advance a key Senate vote yesterday, and was defeated 54 yays to 42 nays. This happened because of your activism, your phone calls, and the tens of thousands … Continue reading

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Summers Are Getting Much Cooler In Minnesota

Ninety degree days used to be common in Minnesota, but they rarely happen any more. Right after Hansen’s Congressional global warming testimony in 1988, the heat disappeared. Despite the heat disappearing, Hansen’s junk science lives on indefinitely.

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The Future Horrors Of Global Warming In The UK

‘The Met Office are saying that despite the recent concerns about the science, they are very sure about the underlying science. ‘They tell us there is a 50-50 chance we will get a 2C rise. If we pull our finger out we … Continue reading

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Ice Age Begins On July 17, 2800

Summer is getting shorter at both ends in Fort Collins. The last spring snow is occurring later, and the first autumn snow is occurring earlier. So I used my best climate science linear extrapolation, and determined that on July 17, 2800 … Continue reading

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90 Degree Days In Indiana Occur Half As Often As They Did In The 1890s

The frequency of 90 degree days in Indiana has plummeted over the past 12 years, with this summer being the fourth coolest on record.

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Shortest Summer On Record In Fort Collins, Colorado

The snow-free season in Fort Collins was less than four months this year, with the last spring snow day being May 12, and the first autumn snow day being September 11. The second shortest summer occurred five years ago, and … Continue reading

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