Daily Archives: December 2, 2018

End Of Snow Update

Almost five years after the New York Times announced the end of snow, and twelve years after they announced the endless summer – Vermont has broken their November snowfall record. Vermont breaks November snowfall record – VTDigger Snow has been a … Continue reading

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Second Coldest November On Record In The Midwest

November afternoon temperatures have been declining in the Midwest since the 19th century. This year was second coldest behind 1996. Temperatures were 19 degrees colder than 2001.

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Coldest November On Record In Illinois

November afternoon temperatures have been declining in Illinois since the 19th century. This November was the coldest on record, twenty degrees cooler than November, 2001. I’m sure that CNN will be all over this story.

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Coldest November On Record In Missouri

The average maximum temperature in Missouri during November was 46 degrees. It was the coldest November on record, and twenty degrees cooler than 1999. November afternoon temperatures have been declining in Missouri since the 19th century. I’m sure that the … Continue reading

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Running The World Off Renewable Energy

Relying on solar energy seems like a really good idea, if you don’t need electricity at night, on cloudy days, or during the winter. Of course, we could manufacture hundreds of billions of environmentally destructive batteries. Just make sure to … Continue reading

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Saving The Planet By Dimming The Atmosphere

Climate scientists want to pollute the atmosphere in order to prevent extreme weather. Sun-dimming aerosols could curb global warming – CNN They know this will work, because they say people tried this experiment in 1974. The Telegraph – Google News … Continue reading

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China Building 259 Gigawatts Of New Coal Capacity

Building work has restarted at hundreds of Chinese coal-fired power stations, according to an analysis of satellite imagery. The research, carried out by green campaigners CoalSwarm, suggests that 259 gigawatts of new capacity are under development in China. The authors … Continue reading

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New York Times : Debate Was Over By 1979

The New York Times says global warming was settled science and beyond debate by the late 1970’s – based on data collected during the prior thirty years. Nearly everything we understand about global warming was understood in 1979. By that … Continue reading

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No Change In Colorado River Streamflow Over The Past 500 Years

Colorado River stream flow shows 30 year cycles, but no long term trend in runoff over the past 500 years. UofAZ-SoCal-tree-ring-report-dec-2017.pdf Only a carbon tax could have prevented this.

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The Kinder, Gentler Climate Of 1287

15 Biggest and Worst Floods Ever in History – RankRed Imagine how much worse the 18 foot storm surge would have been with an extra 0.0001 mole fraction CO2 in the atmosphere! If only the Dutch had used windmills, this … Continue reading

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