Daily Archives: October 14, 2018

Florida Hurricanes

Over the past 150 years, the number of Florida hurricane strikes has plummeted. Spreadsheet   Data

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NOAA Data Tampering Update

Latest data from the United States Historical Climatology Network, showing how the US warming trend is created by altering the data in a spectacular hockey stick. Spreadsheet    Data The total adjustment is now well over 1.5 degrees. Almost half … Continue reading

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Science 1934 : Polar Ice Dissolving – Sea Level To Rise 40 Feet

“WORLD HEATING UP.” “ICE DISSOLVING AT POLES.” “SEA WILL RISE 40 FEET.” One day the great Polar icecaps may melt—raising the level of the oceans from 40 to 50 feet, and wiping half of England from the map. British Meteorological … Continue reading

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Fourth Wettest Month On Record In Phoenix

NWS Phoenix on Twitter: “As of 6:52 PM with 2.19 in. of rain so far today” We are now more than seven years into the permanent drought declared by President Clinton’s science adviser. Dust Storm Marks Beginning of Southwest’s “Permanent … Continue reading

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More Desert Pictures

You can think of this as your free subscription to Arizona Highways magazine.

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