Monthly Archives: June 2019

License To Kill

Barack Obama bragged about how good he was at killing people with drones, and right before he left office also gave windfarms license to kill as many raptors as they want over the next 30 years. U.S. to give 30-year … Continue reading

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New Video : Data Tampering Past The Climate Tipping Point

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Tampering Past The Tipping Point

Yet another round of spectacular data tampering by NASA and NOAA. cooling the past and warming the present. Spreadsheet Going back further, in 1990, the IPCC showed that earth was much warmer 800 years ago, when CO2 was 280 PPM … Continue reading

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US Drought At Historic Low

Almost none of the US is experiencing drought. Eighty-five years ago, when CO2 was 310 PPM, three quarters of the US was in drought. 2019    1934 There was a worldwide drought in 1934. Ice was dissolving at the poles, … Continue reading

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Proof That The Hockey Stick Is Real

Upper Colorado Basin Snowpack Graphs Yesterday’s maximum temperature of 57F (14C) in Boulder was the coldest on record for the date by seven degrees.  The previous record was 64F in 1947. NCAR Foothills Lab Weather (english, 5-minute) It felt and … Continue reading

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“Scientists Amazed”

Steve Goddard on Twitter: “Canada’s largest Arctic settlement was relocated 65 years ago”

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New Video : Global Warming Always Hits The Little Ones Hardest

Note the mindless “global warming” propaganda banner placed below the video by YouTube.

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First Full Day Of Summer

Nothing says “man-made overheated atmosphere” like this sign on June 22. Global warming always hits the little ones hardest. Particularly in summer. This was just a warmup. The big snowstorm comes tonight and tomorrow.

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This Time They Will Do It Right

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US Summers Used To Be Much Hotter

During the summer of 1936 (June-August) the US Midwest was over 90F every day except one, over 100F on 71 days, over 110F on 30 days, and over 115F on two days. Weather this hot is completely incomprehensible now, and … Continue reading

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