Daily Archives: August 2, 2018

Global Cooling Causes Glaciers To Shrink

Glaciers shrunk thousands of feet in the late 19th century, as temperatures cooled towards NASA’s fake coldest years on record. The famous glaciers of the Rhone have shrunk several thousand feet in the Inst 20 years; considerably more than 100 … Continue reading

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Pentagon : Ice Age By 2020

In 2004, the Pentagon said the Northern Hemisphere will cool five degrees by 2020. Fortune.com Normal They also said the number of 90 degree days has increased, and the number of nights below freezing has decreased. Neither of those claims … Continue reading

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As Journalistic Integrity Vanishes, Laughter Opens Up

The fake news New York Times has a very detailed map of new shipping routes through the Arctic. As Arctic Ice Vanishes, New Shipping Routes Open – The New York Times Never mind that there aren’t actually any ships on … Continue reading

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Percent Of US Getting Hot Near A Record Low

The percentage of USHCN stations reaching 95 degrees sometime during the year is plummeting. In 1931, ninety-three percent of stations made it up to ninety-five degrees sometime the year, but this year has only been 60 % – one of … Continue reading

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Plummeting August 2nd Temperatures In The US

On this date in 1955, two thirds of the US was over 90 degrees, and there were 100 degree temperatures coast to coast. August 2 afternoon temperatures have plummeted in the US over the last 90 years. August 2, 1975 … Continue reading

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February 1898 – Massive Fires And Blizzards : August 2018 – Massive Stupidity

During February, 1898 there were massive snowstorms raging Wisconsin and Michigan, while three million acres were burning in South Carolina. 21 Feb 1898, 1 – Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, The Evening News at Newspapers.com Wildland Fire: History Timeline | U.S. National … Continue reading

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Breakfast Time

I haven’t seen the owl there recently, but my favorite spot in the wetlands is full of chokecherries and wild apples now.

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Northwest Passage Conditions Similar To 1845

The 1845 Franklin expedition through the Northwest Passage ended with everybody dead, after getting trapped by ice at several locations. NOVA | Arctic Passage | Tracing the Routes (printable) | PBS The ice at 3, 4, 5 on Franklin’s Route … Continue reading

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