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Mar 31 2014

Apocalypse Now!

H/T Drudge for the image Must be the year of the Chicken Littles. First we have a tortured version of the biblical story of Noah and the great flood: Lost within the film’s extreme environmentalist message is that the actual sins of the pre-Flood people were a rebellion against God and also man’s inhumanity to […]

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Mar 03 2014

What Real Science Tells Us About Current & Historic Climate

Well its about time I get back to current events. The big milestone at work is past, so we can all go back to something resembling a 40 hour work week. [Note: the emphasis]. So let’s begin with reality – and climate. I ran across this article on WUWT, and I really wanted to emphasize […]

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Oct 06 2013

IPCC with “High Confidence” Calls Off Climate Armageddon

Published by under Global Warming

While the latest IPCC PR is hyping the fraction of a degree of warming over the last 100 years (as if we could measure the global average temperature to a fraction of a degree 100 years ago, back before everyone had electricity, indoor plumbing and cars), in a little advertised section of the latest report […]

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Jun 21 2013

How Climate Models Prove There Is No CO2 Driven Warming

Let me get this out of the way first. Has the world been warming up? Yes it has. Especially if you look at the long term history of the world and realize the Little Ice Age, that occurred from about 1350 to about 1850, may have been the coldest period in the last 10,000 years: […]

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May 16 2013

Arctic Warming Could Be Caused By Seismic Activity, Including Earthquakes & Volcanoes Along Ocean Bottom

A long, long time ago I postulated that “Global Warming” is more likely due to dynamics in the Earth’s crust than human produced CO2. One of my first posts on the matter was in reference to a large undersea volcanic explosion under the Arctic Ice Cap at the bottom of the Arctic Sea.  Many people […]

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Apr 30 2013

IPCC’s Epic Fail

The Gore-effect is in full force this spring. If you are not aware of what the Gore-effect is, it is Mother Nature’s way of telling everyone to ignore the big blow-hard behind the green curtain (check it out, it really was green!]: The Toronto based national newspaper Globe and Mail defined the term in 2007 […]

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Jul 29 2012

Berkley Players’ Theater Of The Absurd

Lord Mockton does a scientific smack-down on the apparent PR stunt that is the Berkley Earth Surface Temperature Project.  The BEST Project is devoid of science and full of theater for the scientifically challenged. In an absurd announcement this weekend, the man playing the lead role as an AGW skeptic-turned-IPCC-groupie, Professor Muller has concluded his […]

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Jul 09 2012

Long Slow Election Year Summer

America is in bad shape, thanks to the irresponsible and naive leftist policies that were rushed into place under Obama, Reid and Pelosi starting in 2009.  Sadly, one of the three is still in control of a major portion of the  legislative process, so while 2010 brought us one of the most historic political drubbings […]

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Jul 02 2012

What A Storm! [And No, It Was Not Caused By AGW]

[Click to enlarge image] That was an incredible natural event that blew through the DC area Friday night. The Washington Post ran an excellent article on it Saturday describing the event (which means half the region could not read it – doh!): Between 9:30 and 11 p.m. Friday night, one of the most destructive complexes […]

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May 02 2012

So Who Really Is Against Scientific Discovery?

History is replete with the social upheaval of scientific revolution. In this repeating saga of humanity, there are always two camps: the established ‘consensus’ and the heretical new thinkers. The most infamous of these upheavals was the debate between the terra-centric (flat earth types) and heliocentric camps of the renaissance. The consensus was held by […]

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