Monthly Archives: January 2014

Should We Be Worried?

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I chanced to plot up the lower tropospheric temperatures by broad latitude zones today. This is based on the data from the satellite microwave sounding unit (MSU), as…

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IR Expert Speaks Out After 40 Years Of Silence : “IT’S THE WATER VAPOR STUPID and not the CO2”

Originally posted on Real Science:
Mike Sanicola  says: I’m a professional infrared astronomer who spent his life trying to observe space through the atmosphere’s back-radiation that the environmental activists claim is caused by CO2 and guess what? In all the bands…

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Apology for Slow Posting Comments

Dear Readers, I was troubled to find a large collection of un-posted comments. I was relying on WordPress notifications and missed your comments.  I will try to be more attentive in the future.

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Continued Cold Puts Food Supply at Risk

One of the consequences of a Grand Minimum coupled with a Little Ice Age is the long term impact on food production. As the cool settles in and the ground freezes food-producing land becomes scarcer, food-growing seasons become shorter, and … Continue reading

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Shocking Polar Vortex From 20,000 Years Ago

Originally posted on Real Science:
20,000 years ago, Kentucky had glaciers while much of Alaska was ice free. Glacial Geology Look familiar? Weather Street: Temperature Forecast Movie Peter William Lount put this composite together

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Senior meteorologist on extended USA cold blast to last past Groundhog day: ‘WOW F..ing WOW’

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Top post for a day or two, new posts will appear below this one. Normally quiet and reserved WeatherBell senior forecaster Joe D’Aleo (co-founder of the Weather Channel with John Coleman) almost never…

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NOAA “state of the climate” report: Contiguous US average temperature plummeted 2.9F in 2013

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Hmmm, “the pause” seems to be stronger in the USA. Compare these two years. NCDC 2012 Overview: In 2012, the contiguous United States (CONUS) average annual temperature of 55.3°F NCDC 2013 Overview: In…

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