Daily Archives: October 18, 2011

Replicating Al Gore’s Climate 101 video experiment shows that his “high school physics” could never work as advertised

This will be a top “sticky” post for a day or two. New stories will appear below this one. Readers may recall my previous essay where I pointed out how Mr. Gore’s Climate 101 Video, used in his “24 hours … Continue reading

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Holy irony, Batman!

Let’s see, they put up windmills to save the planet, then end up killing off endangered species, then have to limit the turbines to half days.  FAIL The Indiana bat is an endangered species and is protected by the federal … Continue reading

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Ruling: Polar bears can’t be used to regulate CO2

Some good news on the ridiculous polar bears are endangered because of climate change front. It seems the linkage to CO2 has been..ahem, denied. I like this part:

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The 500 year FUD about sea levels

Ah, once again in response to a fearmongering press release, we see the obligatory “NYC is flooded” photoshop trick. But guess what? I’ve already debunked that photo as impossible for the time frame. More on that later after we do … Continue reading

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Mid-October 2011 SST Anomaly Update

by Bob Tisdale NINO3.4 NINO3.4 Sea Surface Temperature (SST) anomalies (a commonly used El Niño-Southern Oscillation Index) are still hovering within weak La Niña range. For the week centered on October 12, 2011, NINO3.4 SST anomalies are approximately -0.77 deg … Continue reading

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More shootdown of the “severe weather is increasing” hype

From World Climate Report: No Change in Storminess As we enter the winter season, we all realize that if a large snow storm forms anywhere on the planet, someone will immediately appear and claim we are witnessing the effect of … Continue reading

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