Daily Archives: October 15, 2015

Barack Obama Drags Science Back To The Dark Ages

Ten years ago, James Hansen (who predicted that Manhattan would be underwater by 2008) complained that NASA didn’t want him making policy statements which he wasn’t authorized to make. Climate Expert Says NASA Tried to Silence Him – New York … Continue reading

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Frequency Of Florida Hurricanes Plummeting

Next week will mark a record ten years since Florida was hit by a hurricane. The frequency of Florida hurricane landfalls has plummeted since the 1950’s, and they only occur half as often as they did when Abraham Lincoln was … Continue reading

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US Major Hurricanes Reach A Record Low

HURDAT Re-analysis Next week will mark a record ten years since the US was hit by a major (Category 3-5) hurricane. Major hurricane landfalls peaked in the US during the 1940’s and have been declining ever since – with the … Continue reading

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Mind-Blowing Fraud From The National Academy Of Sciences

Millions of people in the United States could be forced to abandon their homes if planet-warming emissions continue unabated through 2100, pushing global sea levels up by more than 14 feet, researchers said. In the United States, between 20 million … Continue reading

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A Bigger Supercomputer

Government climate scientists keep saying that they need larger supercomputers to improve their accuracy. I just tested their claim by processing the entire 135 year long US HCN daily temperature record on my $180 laptop with 2GB memory, in nine minutes … Continue reading

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Temperatures In The Southeastern US Plummeting

Last week, climate criminals were blaming the rain in South Carolina on global warming causing more moisture in the atmosphere. One fatal problem with this theory is that the Southeastern US is getting much cooler. The frequency of hot summer days … Continue reading

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US Hurricanes And Tornadoes At A Record Low

US hurricane strikes peaked in the 1880’s, and have been plummeting ever since. The past ten years has been the quietest on record in the US, with only 8 hurricane strikes. Compare with 1879-1888 when the US was hit by 28 hurricanes. HURDAT … Continue reading

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