Daily Archives: January 25, 2019

Visualizing The Arctic Meltdown

Ten years ago, President Obama’s science advisor predicted ice-free winters in the Arctic.  Let’s see how his forecast is doing. …if you lose the summer sea ice, there are phenomena that could lead you not so very long thereafter to … Continue reading

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January Arctic Sea Ice Volume Gain Second Highest On Record

Arctic sea ice volume gain from January 1-23 has been second highest in the Danish Meteorological Institute record, just behind 2008. The November gain was the highest on record, by a wide margin. Spreadsheet   Data The ice edge is very … Continue reading

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Climate Change And Starvation

US corn production per acre has increased by 300% since the 1950s – when half of India and China were starving to death. Historical Corn Grain Yields for the U.S. (Purdue University) Climate experts are impervious to facts, and of … Continue reading

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Latest From The Super-Hot Arctic

The Washington Post says the Arctic is “Super-Hot” in winter. The North Pole is an insane 36 degrees warmer than normal as winter descends – The Washington Post That super-hot air is coming south, and is forecast to obliterate the … Continue reading

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Where Did She Get Those Crazy Ideas From?

Scientists are pushing back on AOC’s claim that we only have 12 years left to save the planet. Axios on Twitter: “Climate scientists are pushing back” Where did she get these crazy ideas from? She got it from them. The … Continue reading

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Bourke Heatwave Update

Afternoon temperatures at Bourke, NSW this month have averaged 4C cooler than January 1896, with every day since January 4 cooler than 1896. Spreadsheet It was much hotter at other locations in Australia that month too. TimesMachine: August 18, 1896

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