Daily Archives: August 13, 2017

The Trouble With Our Liberal Friends …

The trouble with our Liberal friends is not that they’re ignorant; it’s just that they know so much that isn’t so. Ronald Reagan Every time I post a graph like this, some geniuses weigh in and say – of course … Continue reading

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Smoking Gun? Or Software Bug?

My new UNHIDING THE DECLINE software shows that US summer temperatures never recovered after the fall following the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in 1991. I’m using a new, fairer algorithm for calculating this which weights all stations equally, regardless of … Continue reading

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Just How Stupid Are These People?

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Update : There were some errors in the initial release. Please try again. This is the initial release of my new GHCN software, titled UNHIDING THE DECLINE. It is designed to allow you to process large GHCN databases on a … Continue reading

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Plummeting Summer Temperatures In Missouri

Summers have cooled over most of the US during the past century, but in Missouri summer afternoon temperatures have dropped about 10 degrees since the 1930’s. Meanwhile, Heidi Cullen and her band of criminals continues to defraud the public. U.S. … Continue reading

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Finally – Proof That CO2 Causes Aging

Incredible correlation of time vs. CO2. As CO2 levels increase, people get older. Time to end the denial.

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Plummeting August 13 Temperatures In The US

On this date in 1936, the US was incredibly hot. Minneapolis, Kansas was 119 degrees, 32 degrees warmer than their forecast maximum today of 87 degrees. Experts say this is the hottest year ever, and temperature extremes are getting much … Continue reading

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About To Go Nuclear Against The Climate Scam

I plan to release my new GHCN 2.0 code today. I just generated all of these plots in less than one minute. The code is easy to understand, and unlike Mosher’s thought process – is fully reproducible.

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