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Michael Mann : Fake Nobel Prize – Fake Science

In his 2012 lawsuit against Mark Steyn, Michael Mann claimed he was a Nobel Peace Prize Winner, and that he was “one of the first to document the steady rise in surface temperatures during the 20th century.” michael-mann-complaint.pdf The Nobel … Continue reading

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Plummeting Credibility Of Michael Mann

Earlier this week, Michael Mann implied that a 100 degree day in Huntsville, Alabama was evidence of global warming.  Had he done any actual research, he would have known that temperatures in the Southeastern US were much hotter prior to … Continue reading

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Apocalypse Not

The top story on Fox News right now is an article discussing a new report from CEI and Steve Milloy, which is based largely around my historical research. Doomsdays that didn’t happen: Think tank compiles decades’ worth of dire climate … Continue reading

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Idaho’s Record Heatwaves

Idaho’s longest heatwave occurred in 1919, when Glenn’s Ferry had 134 days over 90F from March 31 to September 30. Glenn’s Ferry, ID had 80 days over 100F during that same heatwave, from May 26 to September 11. Glenn’s Ferry … Continue reading

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Montana’s Record Heatwaves

Montana’s longest heatwave occurred in 1936, when Glendive had 82 days over 90F from May 11 to September 22. Glendive had 34 days over 100F during that same year Montana’s longest spell of 110 degree days occurred in 1893, when … Continue reading

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Wyoming’s Record Heatwaves

Basin, Wyoming had 81 days over 90F from May 28 to September 11, 1913 Colony, Wyoming had 28 days over 100F from June 6 to August 20, 1988 Diversion Dam had four days over 110F from July 14 to August … Continue reading

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This Date In 1926 – Miami Destroyed By A Hurricane

On this date in 1926, Miami was destroyed by a major hurricane. It was the most expensive natural disaster in US history, and was blamed by climate experts on sunspots.  Atmsopheric CO2 was very low at the time. 20 Sep … Continue reading

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Nebraska’s Record Heatwaves

Beaver City, Nebraska had 103 days over 90F from March 25 to October 12, 1956 Hastings had 55 days over 100F from June 14 to September 10, 1936 Pawnee City had 18 days over 110F from July 4 to August … Continue reading

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Colorado’s Record Heatwaves

Las Animas, Colorado had 151 days over 90F from May 5 to October 24, 1931 Las Animas had 84 days over 100F from May 12 to September 10, 1931.  This sort of heat in Colorado is completely incomprehensible now. Las … Continue reading

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New Mexico’s Record Heatwaves

Carlsbad, NM had 168 days above 90F from March 8 to November 8, 1934. Carlsbad had 80 days over 100F from April 22 to October 6, 1934 Orogrande, NM had seven days over 110F from June 11 to July 31, … Continue reading

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