Daily Archives: August 12, 2008

December 1986

A guest post by John Goetz Cross posted from Climate Audit After I posted GISS Spackle and Caulk, a number of commenters marveled at the symmetry of the histogram (GISS temperature estimate minus actual temperature). Some were dismayed that there … Continue reading

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Arizona State: Climate Models Missing Important Aersols

Above graphic for illustration only – not related to study cited below PHOENIX, Aug. 11 (UPI) — U.S. Scientists say they’ve discovered some measures used in atmospheric science overlook important factors affecting climatic warming and cooling.    The Arizona State … Continue reading

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Maine’s tourism industry suffering due to cooler, wetter, weather

NOTE: There seems to be an abundance of anecdotal weather evidence that the northern latitudes in North America have had a cooler summer than usual. Of course there are places that have bucked that trend also. Still it is interesting … Continue reading

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