Daily Archives: June 29, 2018

Plate Tectonics

Much of America’s problems lie west of the San Andreas Fault.

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An Average June In The US

Mean temperatures in June have been a little above average since 1895 Maximum temperatures have been a little below average. The frequency of hot days has been about average. I started at ASU in 1974, the peak year of the … Continue reading

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2010 Blog Post On Venus

I wrote this post in 2010. Hyperventilating on Venus | Watts Up With That? Here was Lubos’ response. I had to independently agree with the broad and important conclusion – after some checks and self-corrections – and I will try … Continue reading

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NOAA Hacks Drudge’s Brain

Drudge is again losing the plot about global warming. He linked to this article, which used fake NOAA data to make June 2016 the hottest on record. Record June Heat Waves in the U.S. by Christopher C. Burt | Category … Continue reading

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Basic Physics For Climate Dummies

Temperature in the Venusian troposphere increases linearly with altitude. At an altitude of 50km in the Venusian atmosphere, the temperature is about the same as at Earth’s surface. At an altitude of 50km in the Venusian atmosphere, the pressure is also … Continue reading

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Hansen’s 350 PPM Tipping Point

NASA’s James Hansen originally warned that 350 PPM CO2 was the tipping point, and that we would all burn up and drown unless CO2 was reduced to those levels. Hansen (et al) must read: Get back to 350 ppm or … Continue reading

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The Local Newspaper Responds

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