Daily Archives: August 12, 2018

Ten Years Of Pulling Back The Curtain On Junk Science

Ten years ago this week, I wrote an article in The Register titled “Arctic ice refuses to melt as ordered. Arctic ice refuses to melt as ordered • The Register All of the world’s leading experts were predicting the North … Continue reading

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Gone Missing!

Please contact Jenny at 867-5309, if you have any information.

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Don’t Be A Conspiracy Theorist!

Important reminder that the press operates independently, does not have an agenda, and don’t pack their pages full of fake news, propaganda, and lies.

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August 12, 1936 : Hottest Day On Record In Texas And Oklahoma

August 12, 1936 was the hottest day on record in Texas and Oklahoma. at 120 degrees.  It was 119 in Kansas that day, and 111 in Nebraska and Missouri.  Oklahoma hit 120 degrees on four days that summer. On this … Continue reading

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No Trend In French Summer Temperatures

The average afternoon summer temperature in France is about the same as 100 years ago, as is the frequency of hot days. This summer has been unusual not because of the number of hot days, but rather a lack of … Continue reading

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Little Change In Arctic Ice Extent Since Yesterday

NSIDC shows almost no change in Arctic sea ice extent since yesterday. Index of /DATASETS/NOAA/G02135/north/daily/images/2018/08_Aug/ My current projection for an ice-free Arctic is October 24, at 1:02 PM. Spreadsheet    Data

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Japanese Stations

I’ve been looking at Japanese thermometers on Google Earth, and the vast majority of them are located in catastrophically bad locations on or near asphalt in the middle of large urban areas. One exception is at Miyako, about 300 miles … Continue reading

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Cold Southern Hemisphere

Sea surface temperatures south of 20S are running well below normal. anomnight.8.9.2018.gif (1174×640) And cold air from Antarctica is spilling across most of Australia. Climate Reanalyzer But never mind the cold.  Experts say Australia “could” get really hot. Sydney and … Continue reading

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The Japanese Urban Heat Island

Japan is a small country with a very high population density, dominated by large cities like Tokyo. Most of the GHCN stations there are urban, and show a strong summer warming trend since the 1950’s. There was a large jump … Continue reading

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