Daily Archives: December 9, 2012

Arctic Melting At -30C!

Reporters who write articles like this should have the opportunity to spend the winter in Siberia. Arctic Sea ice retreats to record minimum as UN climate talks stall Experts warn of self-perpetuating momentum of warming amid anger over stalled talks … Continue reading

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Hottest Year Ever : No Warming For Sixteen Years

The Earth has not warmed for 16 years The US has not warmed Antarctica has not warmed The tropics have cooled www.remss.com/data/msu/monthly_time_series/RSS_Monthly_MSU_AMSU_Channel_TLT_Anomalies_Land_and_Ocean_v03_3.txt

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Berwyn Fails 7th Grade Math

Bob Berwyn thinks he can see a trend in one data point. Report: Ski industry sees $1 billion in global warming losses Posted on December 6, 2012 by Bob Berwyn SUMMIT COUNTY — A new report on the economic costs of global … Continue reading

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Heatwave In Fairbanks

Temperatures in Fairbanks, Alaska have risen above the normal low temperature for the first time this month! With an average temperature of -31C in December, the global warming canary in the coal mine presents a clear warning to all of … Continue reading

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Big Science At The New York Times

The New York Times sees themselves defenders of big science. Last month’s “weather event” should have taught us that. Whether in 50 or 100 or 200 years, there’s a good chance that New York City will sink beneath the sea. Is This … Continue reading

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Understanding Permafrost Melt

DOHA, Nov 27 (Reuters) – Permafrost lands across Siberia and Alaska that contain vast stores of carbon are beginning to thaw, bringing with it the threat of a big increase in global warming by 2100, a U.N. report said on … Continue reading

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1950 Shock News : Mild Winters, Warming Arctic – Since 1870


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1950 : Floods, Famine Devastate China


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Major Hurricanes In The US Peaked Between 1930 And 1960

U.S. Hurricane Strikes by Decade The four busiest decades for major hurricane strikes in the US were the 1890s, 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. The US is currently experiencing the longest period without a major hurricane strike since the Civil War. … Continue reading

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Hansen “Is Not A Flake” – Predicts Five Metres Of Sea Level Rise

SFU geology professor John Clague, who studies the effect of the rising sea on the B.C. coast, says a rise of about one metre is more likely. “One of the most famous atmospheric scientists, James Hansen, is arguing we could be … Continue reading

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