Daily Archives: May 24, 2011

UVA to supply Mann emails/documents but you can’t look (yet)

Updated: 8:30PM PST, statement from ATI received via email, see below. – Anthony BREAKING: Steve McIntyre sends word that University of Virgina has been ordered to produce the Mann emails and documents sought by the lawsuit from the America Tradition … Continue reading

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Forecast: Thunderstorms with a chance of germstones

American Society for Microbiology The role of bacteria in weather events NEW ORLEANS, LA – May 24, 2011 — Researchers have discovered a high concentration of bacteria in the center of hailstones, suggesting that airborne microorganisms may be responsible for … Continue reading

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Particularly dangerous situation (PDS) tornado watch issued, explosive supercells imminent

UPDATE:  7PM EDT  MONSTER TORNADO on LIVE WEBSTREAMING near Norman OK STREAMING LINK Update by Ryan Maue A Particularly Dangerous Situation (PDS) tornado watch (#356) has just been issued for Central Oklahoma and North Central Texas including DFW and OKC. … Continue reading

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Tornado season update

NOAA’s Preliminary tornado statistics including records set in 2011, from noaa.gov On Sunday, May 22, a devastating tornado hit the city of Joplin, Mo., leaving an estimated 116 people dead and several hundred others injured. This tied the June 8, … Continue reading

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Five years of “An Inconvenient Truth”

Executive Summary: Science Fiction 5 Years After: Networks Celebrate Al Gore’s ‘Inconvenient Truth,’ Ignore Scientific Flaws, Criticism By Julia A. Seymour, Business and Media Institute The cause for the end of the world has been imagined by screenwriters to include … Continue reading

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McIntyre: Climategate Documents Confirm Wegman’s Hypothesis

Steve McIntyre comments on Wegman’s work and Deep Climate’s recent dissing of the Said et al paper. It seems there’s a clique of too close for comfort relationships that may have tainted peer review: Lost in the recent controversy over … Continue reading

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