New Real Climate Science Team Member!

Besides being an leading climate realist, Kirye makes fantastic jewelry.

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27th Pretend Climate Conference

About 90 heads of state confirmed for COP27 climate summit

Global Monitoring Laboratory – Carbon Cycle Greenhouse Gases

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New Climate Tool

I just released some new tools to make it easier to search through historical climate records.

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Escaping The Climate Emergency

Experts say we are having the worst drought in 1200 years.

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Climate Racketeering

Another story of climate data tampering, deception and fraud by the United Nations and the US government.

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Biden Bragging About Gas Prices

US gasoline prices have nearly doubled since the 2020 “election.”

Gas Station Price Charts – Local & National Historical Average Trends – GasBuddy.com

Two months ago the White House bragged that Joe Biden was bringing gasoline prices down.

11:29 AM · Jul 26, 2022

California gas prices are up $1.00 over the past month.

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Rewriting The Arctic

Between 1990 and 2001, the IPCC rewrote the Arctic sea ice satellite record, and changed a trend of ice increasing to ice decreasing.

“The American Navy Joint Ice Center has produced weekly charts which have been digitised by NOAA …..  Since about 1976 the areal extent of sea-ice in the Northern Hemisphere has varied about a constant climatological level but in 1972-1975 sea-ice extent was significantly less.

1990 IPCC Report

1990 IPCC Report

2001 IPCC Report

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New Mexico Megadrought

New Mexico had their eighth wettest summer on record, with lots more rain in the forecast during their normally dry autumn.  The press says they are having the worst megadrought in 1,200 years.

Climate at a Glance | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

Some parts of the state received more than twenty inches of rain this summer.

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Michael Mann Vs. Science

Glaciers began retreating rapidly around the year 1850.

Almost all warming occurred between 1850 and 1950.

SCIENCE VOL 308 29 APRIL 2005

This agreed with the 1990 IPCC report.

ipcc_far_wg_I_chapter_07.pdf

Alaska’s largest glacier began retreating around 1780.

Open-File Report 02-391

Greenland’s largest glacier retreated rapidly from 1850 to 1950, but is now growing.

Greenland’s Ice Island Alarm

Jakobshavn Glacier Grows for Third Straight Year – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

“CEDAR RAPIDS GAZETTE, MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1939.

Greenland’s Glaciers Melting, Scientist Says

STOCKHOLM, Sweden (INS)—
All the glaciers in eastern Greenland are rapidly melting, declared Prof. Hans Ahlmann, Swedish geologist, in a report to the Geographical society here on his recent expedition to the Arctic sub- continent.

“Everything points to the fact that the climate in that region has. been growing warmer during recent years,” the professor said.

“It may without exaggeration be said that the glaciers—like those in Norway—face the possibility of a catastrophic collapse.”

Cedar Rapids Gazette, Dec 11, 1939, p. 25

By 1970, the story had changed.

“The United States and the Soviet Union are mounting large‐scale investigations to determine why the Arctic climate is becoming more frigid, why parts of the Arctic sea ice have recently become ominously thicker and whether the extent of that ice cover contributes to the onset of ice ages.”

U.S. and Soviet Press Studies of a Colder Arctic – The New York Times

Glaciers in Glacier National Park retreated rapidly from 1850 to 1950, but are now growing.

(99+) GLACIERS OF THE CONTERMINOUS UNITED STATES | Richard Menicke and Carl Key – Academia.edu

“Sperry glacier in 1900 had a surface area of 840 acres. By 1938 the area had shrunk to 390 acres, and in 1946 to about 330 acres. Even more significant is the lowering of the glacier’s surface. In 1938 Sperry glacier had a thickness of 108 feet at the site of the 1946 ice margin. At this same place in 1913 the thickness was nearly 500 feet, and the average thickness of the glacier over the area from which it has since disappeared at least 300 feet. The average thickness of Grinnell glacier in 1937 at the site of the 1946 ice front was seventy-three feet. The surface of the entire glacier was lowered fifty-six feet during that 9-year period. This means that each year the glacier was reduced in volume by an amount ‘of ice equivalent to a cube 450 feet high. Thus the volume of Grinnell glacier was reduced by about one-third from September, 1937, to September, 1946.

One Is Almost Gone.

“Several other glaciers have exhibited more — phenomenal shrinkage than Sperry or Grinnell. The topographic map of Glacier National park. prepared in 1900-1902, shows several comparatively large glaciers such as Agassiz, Blackfoot and Harrison. Their shrinkage has been so pronounced that today Agassiz has virtually disappeared and the other two are pitifully small remnants”

05 Sep 1952, 34 – The Kansas City Times at Newspapers.com

Satellite imagery shows that the Grinnell Glacier has expanded over the past thirty years.

Yale University says the glaciers aren’t growing.

Fact check: No, the glaciers are not growing in Glacier National Park » Yale Climate Connections

According to Michael Mann and NASA, glaciers melt when earth is cold and getting colder, and they expand when earth is hot.

Why the hockey stick graph will always be climate science’s icon | New Scientist

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Safe And Effective

The Scottish Government is going to spend six months investigating the increase in baby deaths beginning September 2021, nine months after the the safe and effective vaccine was released.

Neonatal deaths review announced – gov.scot

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World Economic Forum Says They “Own The Science”

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