Monthly Archives: January 2019

Expansion Of Thick Arctic Sea Ice Since 2008

Arctic sea ice volume is up 8% since 2008, with a huge expansion of the area covered by thick ice. 2008    2019 According to the official Nobel Prize winners and prophets of the Democratic Party, the Arctic was supposed … Continue reading

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Bourke Heatwave Update

Afternoon temperatures at Bourke, NSW this month have averaged 3C cooler than January 1896, with every day since January 4 cooler than 1896. Spreadsheet

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“Scientists Say”

Any sentence which includes the term “scientists say” – can normally be assumed to be completely fraudulent.

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Updated Bourke Heatwave Comparison

January 1896 was much hotter at Bourke, NSW than this year’s “record” heat.  No surprise that BOM hides pre-1910 data. Spreadsheet

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Last Year For Planet Earth

Experts say climate catastrophe will strike next year. Pentagon tells Bush: climate change will destroy us | Environment | The Guardian

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Banned By Twitter

Twitter banned me for a short period this morning. A couple of months ago they started blocking images I post. It is just a matter of time.  Censorship is how leftists operate.

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CO2 Forgetting To Trap Heat In The Arctic

Last year, temperatures were not as cold as they usually are near the North Pole.  This was blamed on CO2 trapping heat. This year, temperatures are very cold near the North Pole.  Apparently CO2 is getting lazy with its … Continue reading

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Hall Of Famer

Curt gets my vote too. That is him at center at CPAC 2017.

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Plummeting January 21 Temperatures In The US

January 21 afternoon temperatures have dropped several degrees in the US since the 19th century, as has the likelihood of warm weather on this date. On January 21, 1906, almost half of USHCN stations were over 60 degrees, and one … Continue reading

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Eclipse Pictures

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