Daily Archives: December 21, 2010

Quote of the Week – Total Ecplise of the Moonbat

Dr. Richard North of the EU Referendum has few words for George Monbiot regarding his recent claim that cold snowy winters are the result of “global warming”. North writes: About these ads

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Wow, that’s a lot of water – major rainfall in SoCal

Southwestern USA, 7 day cumulative percent of normal, shown below: Source from water.weather.gov Have a look at the 7day  totals:

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Obama caves on promise, Internet to be regulated by FCC

From the WSJ: Even HuffPo thinks this is a bad idea:

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You know it’s bad California when green companies move out of Berkeley

Excerpts via Bloomberg: Wind energy company moving headquarters to KC By BILL DRAPER The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. A California-based wind turbine manufacturer is moving its headquarters and production operations to a site at Kansas City International Airport, where … Continue reading

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Polar bears no longer on ‘thin ice': researchers say polar bears could face brighter future

From the:USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station via Eurekalert Polar bears no longer on ‘thin ice': researchers say polar bears could face brighter future VIDEO: Science team placing radio collars on polar bears. PORTLAND, Ore. December 21, 2010. “When … Continue reading

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Total Lunar Eclipse on the Solstice – way cool

From Spaceweather.com TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE: Earlier today, for the first time in 372 years, a total lunar eclipse occurred on the date of the northern winter solstice. Observers in North America were favored with an overhead view as the full … Continue reading

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Sea Ice News #32 – Southern Comfort

I’ve been remiss at posting regular entries of this feature, and there hasn’t been much happening on the way to peak Arctic Ice this year. The action seems mostly down south, and there’s a lot of news from NSIDC that … Continue reading

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