Daily Archives: January 12, 2018

Because You Can’t Power A Country Off A Fake Climate Treaty You Signed …

German cathedral is torn down to make way for coal mining | Daily Mail Online

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New York Times Warns Of No Snow At The Olympics

Of 21 Winter Olympic Cities, Many May Soon Be Too Warm to Host the Games – The New York Times There is three to twelve feet of snow on the ground at the Olympics. Pyeongchang-Alpensia Ski Resort Snow Report and … Continue reading

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Only Democrats Can Say Those Things

“Fu*k your parliament and your constitution. America is an elephant. Cyprus is a flea. Greece is a flea. If these two fellows continue itching the elephant, they may just get whacked by the elephant’s trunk, whacked good.” – Lyndon Johnson … Continue reading

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January Temperatures Declining In The US Over The Past Century

Over the past 100 years, January maximum temperatures have been declining in the US, and the frequency of nights below 20F has increased. There has been a very sharp increase in the number of cold nights since 2006.

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Massive Expansion Of Thick Arctic Ice Over The Past Decade

In the animation below, I masked out all Arctic sea ice which is less than five feet thick. Over the past ten years, thick ice has expanded 1,000 miles into the East Siberian Sea. 2008   2018 Winds are compressing the … Continue reading

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Climate Experts Say Skiing Is Doomed

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New York City Endangering The Planet

According to the EPA, CO2 is a dangerous gas which causes droughts, heatwaves, sea level rise, floods, turtle gender confusion, and hurricanes. If the EPA CO2 endangerment finding is correct, then New York City is the largest climate criminal in … Continue reading

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New Mexico Rocks

Besides having some of the most stunning scenery on Earth, Northern New Mexico has some of the most interesting geology.  A million years ago, the Jemez Caldera super-volcano eruption deposited thousands of feet of ash where Los Alamos, New Mexico is … Continue reading

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