Daily Archives: December 11, 2010

Snow Season Off to a Roaring Start

By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM Last year the Northern Hemispheric snowcover was the second highest in the NOAA snow history back to the mid 1960s. It trailed only the legendary 1977/78 winter. It fell just ahead of 2007/08, pushing it to … Continue reading

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Skeptical Stocking Stuffers

Yesterday on the Friday Funny – the new and improved 4 legged AGW table thread, there was quite a bit of interest in getting T-Shirts of Josh’s latest CAGW cartoon, the “No Shoogle 4 legged CAGW Table” (shoogly means wobbly in … Continue reading

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Cancun ends with “low hanging fruit”, but fails to renew Kyoto

Maybe the failure had more to do with the caliber of people attending…like these McKibben zombies. Heads go in the sand at 8:45 in the video:  From Politico: Negotiators from about 190 countries reached a modest set of agreements early … Continue reading

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Latest Rasmussen poll on global warming opinion

From Rasmussen Reports: 41% Now Say Global Warming is Caused By Human Activity, More Say Planetary Trends Most U.S. voters continue to be concerned about global warming but still are more inclined to think it’s caused by planetary trends rather … Continue reading

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If climate science politics were a hockey game…oh, wait

I went to a fight the other night, and a hockey game broke out. -Rodney Dangerfield (1921 – 2004) …not surprisingly, the United Nations’ 2010 Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico, is failing, with Mother Nature helping to dampen warming … Continue reading

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Which way to the feedback?

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach There is an interesting new study by Lauer et al. entitled “The Impact of Global Warming on Marine Boundary Layer Clouds over the Eastern Pacific—A Regional Model Study” [hereinafter Lauer10]. Anthony Watts has discussed some … Continue reading

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