Daily Archives: August 12, 2016

August 12, 1936 – One Of The Hottest Days In US History

On this date 80 years, the entire US was engulfed in a massive heat wave which brought temperatures of 120 degrees to Oklahoma, 119 degrees in Kansas, 115 degrees in Texas, 111 degrees in Nebraska and 110 degrees in Arkansas … Continue reading

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Arctic Pong

Favorable winds have helped the Ship of Fools progress over the last two days by pushing the ice offshore, but they seem to have run into a blockage again and haven’t moved forward for 12 hours. Tracking – The Polar Ocean … Continue reading

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Arctic Melt Season Almost Over

A combination of cold cloudy weather and thick ice limits the possibilities for further melting this summer. It is shaping up to be a total disaster for climate alarmists. Daily AMSR2 sea ice maps Two weeks ago, the fraudsters at NASA and … Continue reading

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A Sea Change In The Arctic

I wrote my first climate article nine years ago for The Register. It was about the Arctic. Two things have changed since then. Winter winds have changed.  Much less ice is being blown out into the North Atlantic during winter. Persistent summer … Continue reading

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