Daily Archives: June 13, 2017

Extreme Weather Is Becoming Much Less Common In The US

Over the past century, the frequency of both very hot and very cold days has plummeted in the US.  The frequency of US hurricane strikes peaked below 300 PPM CO2, and have been declining as CO2 has increased. HURDAT Re-analysis Droughts … Continue reading

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2017 : The Year Without An Intelligent Climate Scientist

In February, the Washington Post announced that 2017 was the year without a winter in the Northeast US, because it was too warm. They said spring had arrived early. ‘Fast-forward spring’: America’s February warmth is extreme, and it’s just getting … Continue reading

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