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January Snowcover Again Highest Since 1967, Running Ahead of 2008

January Snowcover Again Highest Since 1967, Running Ahead of 2008Jan 11, 2009

By Joseh D'Aleo, CCM, AMS Fellow
Last winter was extremely snowy for the Northern Hemipshere and indeed the fourth week in January had a record for that week in the record that extends back to 1967.
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The snowcover extent in millions of square kilometers is ...

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2008 Coldest Year Since 2000 and Clearly Not a Top Ten Warmest Year

2008 Coldest Year Since 2000 and Clearly Not a Top Ten Warmest Year

January 11, 2009
By Joseph D'Aleo, CCM, AMS Fellow
IceCap.us
2008 ranked 15th coldest of the thirty years of records for the University of Alabama MSU based lower tropospheric temperatures (right in the middle of the pack). It was the coldest year since 2000. It continues the downtrend of the last ...

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Global Warming Consensus is the absence of definitive science

January 8, 2009

Inconvenient Astronaut: NASA Moonwalker Joins Skeptics Despite Gore's Claim Skeptics Believe Moon Landing was 'Staged'
       
Gore's frequent comparison of global warming skeptics to people who "believe the moon landing was actually staged in a movie lot in Arizona" was ...

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Sea Level Rise Slows by 20%

January 9, 2009

Efforts to sell climate policy based on ever more scary scenarios of apocalypse cannot be sustained and are likely to work in exactly the opposite manner than desired. A good example of why this is so can be found in a recent paper (hat tip Dad) that suggests that the rate of sea ...

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Global Warming Consensus Falling Apart

January 10, 2009
Politically Left Scientists Now Rejecting Climate Fears Global Warming ‘Consensus' in Freefall More Than 650 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims      

Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) - Ranking Member, Environment and Public Works Committee  Speech ...

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Freds Fearless Forecest for 2009: Continued 'no warming' - and much else

January 10, 2009
S. Fred Singer: Science & Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)

So here we have them:  Obama's three scientists-Steve Chu, John Holdren, and Jane Lubchenco.  All with sterling credentials - a Nobel laureate in physics, a recent president of the AAAS, a recent head of the ...

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Global Warming is Really Global Cooling

January 6, 2009
by Christopher Monckton
Scienceandpublicpolicy.org 

On 2 January 2009, the Wall Street Journal wrote one of a series of articles apparently co-ordinated throughout the generally alarmist news media throughout the holiday season, trying to overcome the problem posed for "global ...

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Temperature Change and CO2 Change - A Scientific Briefing

January 7, 2009
by Christopher Monckton
ScienceAndPublicPolicy.org
Summary for Policy Makers

THE CHIEF REASON for skepticism at the official position on "global warming" is the overwhelming weight of evidence that the UN's climate panel, the IPCC, prodigiously exaggerates both the supposed causes ...

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Global Warming and Butterflies

January 7, 2009
SPPI

A literature Review by CO2 Science

How will earth's butterflies respond to the twin evils of the climate-alarmist crowd, i.e., atmospheric CO2 enrichment and global warming? We here explore what has been learned about the question over the past few years, beginning with a ...

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