Daily Archives: August 6, 2008

RSS July Global Temperature Anomaly – up a bit

RSS (Remote Sensing Systems of Santa Rosa, CA) RSS Microwave Sounder Unit (MSU) lower troposphere global temperature anomaly data for July 2008 was published today and has moved a bit above the zero anomaly line, with a value of 0.147°C for a … Continue reading

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An important call for public comment on the NASA Climate Change Science Program

Foreword: For all of my readers, I can’t stress enough how important Dr. Herman’s message is. Please consider his requests for public comments. Something that most people don’t know is that you do not need to be a citizen of … Continue reading

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Post mortem on the Mauna Loa CO2 data eruption

As most readers of this blog already know, there has been a posting and revision of CO2 data on the Mauna Loa observatory website in the past day that has generated quite a lot of controversy.Now after having been in … Continue reading

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APS Fellow supports Monckton’s position

The following letter is from an APS member, Roger W. Cohen, and is in support of Lord Monckton’s paper published in the July APS newsletter. For more information on this, see my posting  American Physical Society and Monckton at odds … Continue reading

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Earth Warms to 812F, experts baffled

Southern California Hot Spot Hits 812 Degrees, Baffles Experts Photo:  Ventura County Fire Department From FoxNews: The ground is so hot in one part of Southern California it can melt the shoes right off your feet. An unexplained “thermal anomaly” … Continue reading

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