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- Does one ten-thousandth of the atmosphere control Earth’s thermostat?
- Cold October (and now November) in perspective
- Utah sees record cold of -43.6 ºF – ‘Perhaps the lowest October temperature ever recorded’ in the Continental U.S.
- WSJ: Fires and Blackouts Made in Sacramento
- CA: No Global Warming Last 5 Years
Category Archives: Climate Change
Reblogged from CFACT. Slightly edited for better reading. By Dr. Jay Lehr |November 8th, 2019|Climate|237 Comments There exists a belief that we are living in a world threatened by an important molecule that makes life possible on this planet’s⏤carbon dioxide. To save the … Continue reading
Reblogged from Icecap.us By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM Starting in January 2019, unusual and at times record cold has been locked in over the north central states. Though there was heat in late summer in the southeast and eastern Gulf to … Continue reading
Newsom tries to deflect blame, but PG&E is the agent of his policies. After again shutting power to hundreds of thousands this week, California’s utility PG&E disclosed Thursday that it had discovered a broken jumper cable by the ignition … Continue reading
The Climate Reference Network (CRN) was established by NOAA to provide climate measurements free from urban influences; thus, they are located in remote rural locations. Specific information is HERE. The data set used in this analysis came from this NOAA … Continue reading
Tony Heller in this video exposes the climate fraud in the US Climate Assessment.
Propagation of Error and the Reliability of Global Air Temperature Projections Patrick Frank SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University, Menlo Park, CA, United States The reliability of general circulation climate model (GCM) global air temperature projections is evaluated for the … Continue reading
Powerline Has the Answer: This paper by John Christy, director of the Earth System Science Center and Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and the Alabama State Climatologist, is highly interesting. Christy describes work … Continue reading