Man-Made Global Warming Is Real

Dear Teacher,

The vast majority of scientists believe that humans have some impact on the climate. However, most of the claims of future catastrophe being made by politicians and the press, have no basis in science.

The National Climate Assessment shows that heatwaves in the US were much worse in the past. John Steinbeck wrote about this poignantly in “The Grapes of Wrath.”  Millions of people fled the heat and drought of the Great Plains during the 1930s.

Exact opposite of predictions made by some well known climate scientists, the US has been getting wetter, and droughts have been becoming less frequent.

Data from NOAA tide gauges shows no change in the rate of sea level rise since Abraham Lincoln was president.

According to data from the National Interagency Fire Center, US burn acreage is down 80% since the 1930s.

The worst US floods occurred during the 1920s and 1930s. The worst US tornado occurred in 1925. The most intense US hurricane occurred in 1935.  The deadliest US hurricane occurred in 1900. The deadliest Atlantic hurricane and the third deadliest Pacific Hurricane both occurred in 1780. The worst US forest fires occurred in 1871 and 1910.

Predictions of an ice-free Arctic and the demise of Polar bears have not panned out.  Many of the world’s leading scientists are prominent climate skeptics, including Freeman Dyson and Ivar Giaever.  The only scientist to have walked on the moon, Harrison Schmitt, is a well known climate skeptic. There are tens of thousands of skeptical scientists who are systematically ignored by the press.

Global warming is real, but the wild climate exaggerations being parroted by politicians and the press – are nothing but 16th century superstition. Similar to what Galileo faced.

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Latest Pictures From The Colorado Permanent Drought

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2,500% Of Normal

Truchas Peaks

The Pecos River Basin in New Mexico, where I used to work as a wilderness ranger, has 2,480% of normal snowpack.

I’m expecting to see significant flooding in Colorado, if it ever warms up.

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Memorial Day Weekend Global Warming Devastation

New Mexico



Memorial Day weekend is considered the traditional start to summer, because it used to be hot – when CO2 was below 350 PPM.

31 May 1934, Page 1 – Star Tribune at

NASA didn’t like the hot weather in 1934, so they simply erased it.

NASA 1999   NASA 2016

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Polls Are Used To Manipulate People – Not Inform Them

Most opinion polls are every bit as credible as NASA temperature graphs.

Election 2019: How the polls got it so wrong in predicting a Labor victory – Australia Votes – Federal Election 2019 – Politics – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

4 Possible Reasons The Polls Got It So Wrong In The 2016 Presidential Election : NPR

Presidential poll: Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 12 – CNNPolitics

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Bogus Arizona Temperature Record

NWS Phoenix on Twitter: “In Arizona, that record was set in Lake Havasu City

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Hot Days Are A Thing Of The Past

At the peak of the ice age scare during June 1974, Phoenix, Az had eighteen consecutive days over 110F. Nearby Buckeye, Az had twenty-one consecutive days. I played on the ASU soccer team that year, and we held practice at 3 PM every day.

Buckeye averaged 111 degrees that month.

Hot days like that have become rare, and climate alarmists now get hysterical about any days over 110F.  Many believe it will cause the world to end in twelve years.

Weather that hot is now associated with the desert southwest, but when CO2 was below 350 PPM, 110 degree days were common in the US Midwest – yet there have been none since CO2 went over 350 PPM. During 1936, the Midwest had thirty days over 110F, and in 1934 they had eighteen.

The Midwest recorded temperatures of 118 degrees in 1936, and 116 degrees in 1934 and 1954. North Dakota was 121F and South Dakota was 120F.


Below is the list of all Midwest days over 110F.

7/10/1901, 7/11/1901, 7/12/1901, 7/21/1901, 7/22/1901, 7/23/1901, 7/24/1901
7/3/1911, 7/5/1911, 7/6/1911
8/4/1918, 8/5/1918, 8/7/1918
7/11/1930, 7/12/1930, 7/27/1930, 7/28/1930, 7/29/1930, 8/3/1930, 8/8/1930, 8/9/ 1930, 8/10/1930
7/13/1934, 7/15/1934, 7/18/1934, 7/19/1934, 7/20/1934, 7/21/1934, 7/22/1934, 7/ 23/1934, 7/24/1934, 7/25/1934, 7/26/1934, 8/5/1934, 8/6/1934, 8/7/1934, 8/8/ 1934, 8/9/1934, 8/10/1934, 8/11/1934
6/29/1936, 7/4/1936, 7/5/1936, 7/6/1936, 7/7/1936, 7/8/1936, 7/9/1936, 7/10/ 1936, 7/11/1936, 7/12/1936, 7/13/1936, 7/14/1936, 7/15/1936, 7/16/1936, 7/17/ 1936, 7/18/1936, 7/19/1936, 7/25/1936, 7/26/1936, 8/9/1936, 8/10/1936, 8/12/ 1936, 8/16/1936, 8/17/1936, 8/18/1936, 8/21/1936, 8/22/1936, 8/24/1936, 8/27/ 1936, 8/28/1936
7/12/1954, 7/13/1954, 7/14/1954, 7/15/1954, 7/18/1954, 7/19/1954
7/31/1980, 8/1/1980

As hot days have decreased, the superstition, ignorance of climate experts has increased.

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Two-Thirds Of Democrats Turn To AOC For Their Climate Science

67% of Democrats Think U.S. Has 12 Years to Fight Global Warming – Or Else – Rasmussen Reports®

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A Serious Look At Climate Change

I normally focus on the comedic behavior of people like Michael Mann, Katharine Hayhoe, and AOC. But there is a serious side to climate change too.

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Thing Of The Past Update

Experts tell us that snow is a thing of the past, and we now live in an endless summer.

Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past – Environment – The Independent

With Warmer Weather, Different Decisions to Make – New York Times

Of 21 Winter Olympic Cities, Many May Soon Be Too Warm to Host the Games – The New York Times

The End of Snow? – The New York Times

I spent last spring in record cold and snow in Philadelphia.

I spent last autumn and the beginning of winter in record cold and snow in New Mexico and Arizona.

And now I am spending spring in record cold and snow in Colorado.

I’m not completely convinced that snow is a thing of the past. But fortunately we have our top scientists at NCAR working on this.

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