Daily Archives: March 22, 2018

Climate Scientists Grant The Midwest A Century Long Reprieve!

Thirty years ago, the world’s leading climate expert told Congress that the Midwest was going to see an immediate increase in droughts and heatwaves, due to an increase in atmospheric CO2. 24 Jun 1988, Page 135 – The Palm Beach … Continue reading

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Climate Scientists – Shipwrecked By The Laughter Of The Gods

Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of Truth and Knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods. Albert Einstein Four years after the New York Times announced the end of snow, New York has tied an … Continue reading

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Toto’s Global Warming Research Continues This Morning

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Experts : Cherry Blossom Peak Bloom Over

Climate experts say Washington DC cherry trees are blooming earlier due to “global warming” and predicted that peak bloom this year would be March 17-20. It is March 22, and Washington DC looks like mid-winter. Perhaps all of the white … Continue reading

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Toto Continues His Research Into The Night

Concern about declining spring snow cover is keeping Toto up well into the night. All of our top government climate experts say that snow cover is declining. Fraudster John Cook has this on his web site : Long-term trend in … Continue reading

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Diversity In Climate Science

Climate science has typically been dominated by middle aged, balding, white guys. This lack of diversity is unacceptable in 2018, so I have enlisted a very diverse and colorful team of researchers to assist in my global warming studies of … Continue reading

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A Climate Scientist’s Work Is Never Done

As expected in a warming world, the spring NH snow cover extent is declining quite significantly. John Cook, Skeptical Science Toto continues his global warming research into the evening hours. His particular area of interest is declining spring snow cover, … Continue reading

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