Daily Archives: April 19, 2016

My $20,000 Bet For Bill Nye

Bill Nye wants to make bets about hottest year/decade ever. My bet for Bill Nye is that the average percentage of hot days (over 90 degrees) at all NOAA United States Historical Climatology Network stations, will be lower this year/decade than … Continue reading

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The 97% Consensus Of Clueless Hacks

Eight years ago, University of Colorado climate experts said that Colorado skiing was doomed and that the ski season would get shorter. Study: Climate change may force skiers uphill | Aspen Daily News Online Since these geniuses made that prediction, … Continue reading

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The Unanimous Consensus Of Clueless Texas Climate Scientists

During the Texas drought, Rick Perry stated the obvious: I was telling the governor, if you’re in the farming business, you’re going to have good years, you’re going to have bad years. It’s just our bad year coming. We’ve had some … Continue reading

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What A Difference Three Days Makes!

On February 20, 1969 the New York Times said the Arctic will be ice-free by 1989, and that it will cause catastrophic shifts in climate. TimesMachine: February 20, 1969 – NYTimes.com Three days later they predicted a new ice age. TimesMachine: … Continue reading

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The Texas A&M Permanent Drought

During the hot summer of 2011, Texas A&M climate expert Andrew Dessler predicted in the Houston Chronicle that Texas would be hot and dry for the rest of century, just as he originally predicted in 1995. Texas is vulnerable to warming … Continue reading

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