Daily Archives: May 25, 2010

The Western Snowpack is 137% of normal

From The Declining Spring Snowcover Department Experts tell us that spring snowcover has seen rapid declines in the Northern Hemisphere over the last 20 years. As of today, western US snowpack averaged by state  is 137 percent of normal. About … Continue reading

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Posted in records, snowfall, Weather | 205 Comments

Past the tipping point

By Steve Goddard In 2007, Dr. Hansen boldly declared “…defying government gag orders. Hansen told Reuters, quote, “The reason so much (of the Arctic ice) went suddenly is that it is hitting a tipping point that we have been warning … Continue reading

Posted in Arctic, Sea ice | 203 Comments

Romm’s Mosquito Bomb

Most of us just ignore Joe Romm. Because, well, even the fresh prince of Wikipedia, William Connolley, described him once as “foaming”. When members of his shared climate viewpoint say this, you know some days Joe’s writing could put out … Continue reading

Posted in Alarmism | 40 Comments

Modeling the Polar Bear Tipping Point

After reading this BBC article on modeling the “tipping point” of polar bear populations, it seemed this photo summed it up well, especially since modeling was substituted in lieu of “nearly non-existent data”. I wonder how the bears survived the … Continue reading

Posted in Alarmism, GLOC, Modeling, Satire | 144 Comments