Daily Archives: December 27, 2015

Important Anniversary Coming Up!

It has been almost 100 years since the New York Times reported that Martians had built 1,000 miles of canals in just six weeks. That was back when the Times was still a serious newspaper, before they started listening to … Continue reading

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US January Warmth Peaked In The 1950s

The warmest Januaries in the US occurred from 1950-1954, when nearly one out of four days was over 60 degrees. Currently less than one January day out of six is over 60 degrees. The area of the US reaching 60 … Continue reading

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A Problem For Engineers To Solve

Our energy future is too important to be left to people devoid of engineering skills, like Barack Obama, Michael Mann, Leonordo Di Caprio, Bette Midler and Katharine Hayhoe. Even climate hack James Hansen understands this. “Suggesting that renewables will let us … Continue reading

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Hot Weather Is A Thing Of The Past In New York

New York used to have a lot of hot days prior to 1960, but it rarely happens any more. The frequency of cold nights hasn’t changed, but this year was by far the coldest on record – with more than one … Continue reading

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