Daily Archives: February 16, 2014

Third Coldest Winter On Record So Far In The US

If February ended today, this would be the third coldest winter on record in the US, after 1979 and 1899.

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UN To Investigate North Korea


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Two Term President Reagan Rejected EPA Lies In The 1980’s

A report by the Environmental Protection Agency three years ago said the warming trend could start by the 1990’s and could reach as much as 4 degrees Fahrenheit by 2040, but this was attacked by President Reagan’s science adviser at … Continue reading

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Disturbing Imagery Of The “Thing Of The Past” In Scotland

Remarkable Snow Cover In Scotland – InTheSnow | Ski Magazine

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Why I Wouldn’t Be Surprised If Summer Is Very Hot

The same large oscillations in the jet stream which made the US cold this winter, have the potential to cause major heatwaves this summer. I will describe it as excess cold Arctic air dislodging tropical heat.

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Greens Discover A New Palm Tree Species

Palm Occasionalius Sochi: The warmest Winter Olympics in history? A warm winter isn’t unusual for Sochi, a city often warm enough to support palm trees. Sochi: The warmest Winter Olympics in history? | MNN – Mother Nature Network Apparently the … Continue reading

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A Few Things Which NOAA And NASA Forgot To Mention

The EPA says that the 1930’s were much hotter www.epa.gov/climate/climatechange/pdfs/print_heat-waves.pdf Afternoon temperatures have been plummeting in the US for 80 years. NOAA/NASA hide this by tampering with the data. Very hot days were much more common during the 1930’s Hansen … Continue reading

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30 Years Since Government Climate Experts Said That New York Would Turn Into Florida

IDEAS & TRENDS (CONTINUED); A DIRE LONG-RANGE FORECAST By JAMES GLEICK Published: May 12, 1985 Beginning in a decade or two, scientists expect the warming of the atmosphere to melt the polar icecaps, raising the level of the seas, flooding … Continue reading

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