Daily Archives: March 19, 2017

Rescuing Boulder From Denver

What makes Boulder such a great place to live is that a long time ago, the city bought up huge tracts of land south and east of the city – as a buffer to keep Boulder separate from Denver. The city is … Continue reading

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My Editorial In The Santa Fe New Mexican

The Santa Fe New Mexican is the oldest newspaper in the western Unites States. I have been friends with the publisher for 40 years, and she kindly agreed to post an editorial from me in today’s paper. By Tony Heller I … Continue reading

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Climate Change : The Perfect Scam

We are having a very dry spring in Boulder, and the last few days have been very warm too. Last night it appears that someone lit multiple fires just west of town, and the wind has started to pick up … Continue reading

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Tracking The Fake News Washington Post Capital Weather Gang

The Washington Post Capital Weather Gang is having quite a year, featuring articles claiming the Arctic is “super-hot“, calling 2017 “the year without a winter” and predicting a  near record early cherry bloom in DC. It is unlikely that there … Continue reading

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MASIE Scripts

Many climate scientists are too dimwitted to publish data in a form which can be easily graphed, like MASIE data which comes in this format. 2006182, 9652642.84, 2006182 means the 182’nd day of 2006. The second number is sea ice extent, … Continue reading

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Arctic Sea Ice Expanding For A Decade

Measuring from the March 2007 peak to the March 2017 peak (which is the correct way to measure trends) Arctic sea ice extent has expanded about 60 Manhattans per year over the past decade. Masie Sea Ice Extent Ice extent … Continue reading

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