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More Data Tampering From The Harris Administration

The NASA sea level web page shows that sea level rose very slowly from 1950 until the early 1990s (about 0.75 mm/year) – and then rise rates more than quadrupled since the early 1990s to more than 3 mm/year.

Sea Level | Vital Signs – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

But three months ago, NASA showed sea level rising more than twice as fast from 1950 until the early 1990s (about 1.7 mm/year) – and about 2.6 mm/year since the early 1990s.

Sea Level | Vital Signs – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

I can’t find any long term tide gauges which show any significant acceleration since 1990.

Sea Level Trends – NOAA Tides & Currents

Sea Level Trends – NOAA Tides & Currents

Sea Level Trends – NOAA Tides & Currents

Sea Level Trends – NOAA Tides & Currents

Sea Level Trends – NOAA Tides & Currents

And more than 80% of NOAA tide gauges are below NASA’s claimed average of 3.3 mm/year.

Sea Level Trends – NOAA Tides & Currents

More stunning climate fraud from the current squatters in the White House.

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Real Work With An Honest Purpose

“If it’s knowledge and wisdom you want, then seek out the company of those who do real work for an honest purpose.”

― Edward Abbey

Climate hero Bill Gray passed away 5 years ago this week. He was a good friend, and unlike most of his peers – never gave in to Al Gore’s funding blackmail.

Bill Gray: A Towering Figure in Hurricane Science | Dr. Jeff Masters’ WunderBlog

On his deathbed he asked me to carry on his climate legacy. I hope that I am meeting his expectations.

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Global Warming Ruining The Boston Marathon

Ten years ago today, Geoffrey Mutai broke the world’s marathon record at Boston by almost a minute.

Kenya’s Geoffrey Mutai Wins Boston Marathon in 2:03:02 – The New York Times

But never mind the facts – two years later experts predicted global warming was going to slow down the Boston Marathon.

“Since 1924, winning times for the Boston Marathon have grown steadily faster as training methods have improved and an increasing number of international runners have participated. Winning times may nonetheless slow in the future as the climate of Boston continues to warm—running times are already affected by weather on the day of the race.”

Will Climate Change Slow the Boston Marathon? | Arts & Sciences

There is actually no indication April afternoon temperatures are getting hotter, and over the past decade they have cooled sharply.

The hottest Boston Marathon occurred in 1976 at the peak of the ice age scare. Temperatures were in the 90s.

20 Apr 1976, 14 – Tallahassee Democrat at

The National Geographic Archive | November 1976 | page 1

The Boston Marathon had a different problem that year however – one of Barack Obama’s “young dreamers” blew up an IED near the finish line.

The New York Times and Rolling Stone magazine then made a rock star out of him, in the same issue which Rolling Stone reported “from the front lines of climate change


This year they have a different problem however – it is snowing in Boston, and Massachusetts is into week 56 of the two week lockdown to flatten the curve – so no marathon.

You can never be too careful. I saw these women from Fort Collins hiking in Wyoming this morning. One had a mask on, walking their dog on a leash in the snow half a mile away from anyone else (i.e. me.) I was the only person within five miles of them. Properly chained and muzzled Coloradans.

Kirye and Toto filed the complete report in this video.

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Climate Experts Everywhere

Ten years ago today, Charles Manson weighed in about climate.

“our polar caps are melting because we’re doing bad things to the atmosphere.”

Charles Manson breaks 20-year silence on 40th anniversary of gruesome Sharon Tate murders | Mail Online

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Primal Fear

“The media is the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that’s power. Because they control the minds of the masses.”

– Malcolm X

We are experiencing a barrage of anti-CO2 propaganda designed to make people believe they will burn up or drown if they don’t give up the energy supply they depend on for their day to day survival, and submit to permanent lockdowns.


India’s Monsoon Becoming Wetter, More Chaotic Because of Climate Change

The reality is that high CO2 levels existed for most of Earth’s history, and produced verdant forests which Scientific American reported on more than 100 years ago.

“Fertilizing the air with carbon dioxide to promote plant growth

ONE of the principal constituents making up the body of a plant is carbon, representing about one-half of its organic substance. The opinion that this carbon is derived from the soil has long been abandoned, modern investigation having shown atmospheric carbonic acid to be absorbed by means 0f the chlorophyll 0r green matter of the leaves and decomposed into its elements, the carbon, in conjunction with the root sap and atmospheric m0isture, being worked into organic compounds.

Whereas atmospheric air at present is relatively poor in carb0nic acid, of which it contains only about .03 per cent, at an early period in the development of our planet, when this was covered with the luxuriant forests our coal deposits are derived from, it comprised incomparably greater quantities of this gas. This fact suggested the idea of heightening the fertility of the soil by increasing its carbonic acid content and thus producing conditions resembling those of antediluvian ages.”

The greatest expansion of life on Earth occurred 540 million years ago, when CO2 was at its peak. Atmospheric CO2 levels were more than 15 times higher than they are now. Corals and shellfish evolved during that time.  If high levels of CO2 were a real problem, there would have been no sea life, rather than a massive expansion of life in the oceans..

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Rewriting And Hiding History At The New York Times

Five years ago I called out the New York Times for claiming that 10.1 million acres burned in the US was a record.

New York Times Climate Fraud – Called Out By The New York Times | Real Climate Science

I used this New York Times article to show that burn acreage in 2015 was only half of 1937.

October 9, 1938 – NYTimes

Sometime since, they silently rewrote the text (without errata) and now ignore all the years before 1960.

They are creating a fraudulent and rewritten version of history to push climate fraud.


Warming? Tree Rings Say Not Yet – The New York Times

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Global Warming Shrinking Strawberries And Mountain Goats

Mountain Goats Are Shrinking—A Lot—Because of Global Warming

Climate change means smaller strawberries, higher costs for farmers – ABC News

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Global Warming Making It Too Hot To Run The Boston Marathon

Prior to this guy dropping dead in the street in Wuhan while wearing a mask, the Boston Marathon used to be held on the third Monday in April.

But climate experts say global warming is making it too hot to run.

Will Climate Change Slow the Boston Marathon? | Arts & Sciences

Boston Marathon Times have gotten steadily faster, but climate scientists rarely let reality get in the way of some scary propaganda. The Union of Concerned Scientists has weighed in as well.


Global warming is burning us up in Cheyenne today as well.

Global warming isn’t hurting our civilization – insane government is. The Santa Fe Symphony is reduced to five people with masks, and no audience. Hopefully the masks will work better for them than for the guy in Wuhan.

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Science Vs. Scientific American And NASA

This is how “Scientific American” reports on glacial melting now.

Alarming Sonar Results Show Glaciers May Be Melting Faster Than We Expected – Scientific American

There is no indication that sea level rise has accelerated.

680-140 Sydney, Fort Denison 1 & 2, Australia

This is how they reported on glacial melting in 1904.

Observations of the Alpine glaciers during a series of years have supplied proof that these great ice streams have long been in process of recession.

The information given on the map indicates that in the past fifty-three years the face of the glacier has retreated about eight miles. Not only is it shorter than it formerly was, but its mass has otherwise been reduced to a very considerable extent. The surface of the glacier now lies from 20 to 30 feet below its former level and the precipitous walls of rock that hem it in bear the record of this change of level. It is found also that the other glaciers in that neighbor; hood are in process of retreat, and the evidence collected by Dr. Engell shows that this process has been going on for a long series of years. This evidence would seem to show that for the past half century the summer heat has been greater than it was for at least a considerable period before that time

  • Scientific American  August 13, `1904

Scientific American – Google Books

And according to NASA, 1904 was the second coldest year on record.

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More Fake News From Weather Underground

Weather Underground says global warming is making India’s monsoons more chaotic.

India’s Monsoon Becoming Wetter, More Chaotic Because of Climate Change

India’s Monsoon Becoming Wetter, More Chaotic Because of Climate Change

Realty is that warmer temperatures make India’s monsoons more stable and reduce droughts and famines.

In India, for example, before the global warming trend of1890-1940. severe drought struck about once every four years. With the warming, however, and more abundant monsoon rains, drought came only once every 18 years or so, greatly increasing India’s grain production. Some *climatologists think that if the current cooling trend continues, drought will occur more frequently in India

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