Exploring America’s Hot Past

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5 Responses to Exploring America’s Hot Past

  1. Edward says:

    I’m here because my 5th grader has been acting suspicious this week on his computer. Every time I come into the family computer room this week, he has the roblox home page up, but isn’t actually ever playing. Checked the browser history this morning, and it’s all realclimatetools.com when I’m not around for any length of time. I don’t know why he feels the need to hid this from me? He’s mentioned some of his friends have been arguing with his science teacher lately over climate change.

  2. Warren Walker says:

    Can I access your software, or download, to do my own climate research in WA State?

  3. Lynne Balzer says:

    In a book I wrote in 2019 entitled “The Green New Deal and Climate Change: What You Need to Know”, which exposes the hoax and the problems with “green” renewables, I borrowed some of Tony’s graphs. I was unable to contact Tony for his permission to use them but acknowledged this contribution. Now that we have his new graphing tool, I can make some of my own graphs. But I was wondering if it would be okay to screenshot the photo showing the Arctic ice and use that in another book I’m working on.

  4. Donald Jassowski says:

    I would like a link to the original data source.

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