Daily Archives: December 6, 2010

“Zombie” satellite shuts down critical NOAA NWS systems overnight

I’m a bit of a zombie myself as I write this, as I was up until 4:30AM PST dealing with this problem which turned out to affect National Weather Service offices nationwide in addition to my business, which uses the … Continue reading

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CFACT’s “Kook of the week” at Cancun

From the YouTube description: Lord Christopher Monckton, renowned science and policy expert, presents CFACT’s Kook of the Week. This gentleman was found at the UN Conference on Climate Change in Cancun, Mexico. Watch the video:

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Visualizing the entire 2010 Atlantic hurricane season in one image

The photo below is a stunning and novel piece of imagery and I commend NOAA’s Environmental Visualization Laboratory for this nicely done graphic. If they had done it last year, Al Gore would not have had to Photoshop in some … Continue reading

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BBC “disappears” headline “Coldest December Day on record for some sites”

People send me stuff. Strange, what could be so wrong or threatening about this story headline that it simply had to “vanish” without so much as a correction or a note as to why? Fortunately the Internet has a memory. … Continue reading

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Monckton’s Mexican Missive

From Nopenhagen to Yes We Cancun by Christopher Monckton Thanks to Wikileaks, everyone here in the Mañana Republic of Mexico now knows just how much bullying and arm-twisting the administration of Barack Obama in the United States applied to various … Continue reading

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Warmest year ever? – 2010: An Unexceptional El Nino Year

by David Whitehouse of the GWPF The Global Warming Policy Foundation, 3 December 2010 If the media headlines are to be believed 2010 is heading to be either the warmest or in the top three warmest years since the instrumental … Continue reading

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