Daily Archives: June 6, 2008

RSS: Global Temperature Also Cooler in May

A few days ago I highlighted the drop in global temperatures as measured by satellite from UAH, the University of Alabama, Huntsville. They published their satellite derived Advanced Microwave Sounder Unit data set of the Lower Troposphere for May 2008 and … Continue reading

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NOAA reports on our cooler than normal spring

NOAA: U.S. Has 36th Coolest Spring on Record   June 6, 2008 High resolution (Credit: NOAA) The March-May spring season was the 36th coolest on record for the contiguous United States, according to an analysis by NOAA’s National Climatic Data … Continue reading

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No More Singing Around the Campfire: Too Much C02

From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, word of insanity afoot in local government there. I wonder if the board members at Parks and Recreation will give up their cars, or maybe their home furnace? Mike Urban / P-I Robert Drucker (not shown), … Continue reading

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Brian Sussman: Global Whining vs. the Truth

Foreword from Anthony: Brian Sussman is a professional acquaintance of mine, I’ve known him since he was on KPIX-TV in San Francisco. He and I have come to essentially independent but similar conclusions, and he is writing a book on … Continue reading

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