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On Migrating Moose and Migrating Temperature Trends

By Jim Steele, wattsupwiththat.com Director emeritus Sierra Nevada Field Campus, San Francisco State University and author of Landscapes & Cycles: An Environmentalist’s Journey to Climate Skepticism The biggest threat to the integrity of environmental science is bad science, exaggeration and fear mongering. The recent hype about declining moose populations is just one more example of […]

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New NASA Satellite Data Flips Climate Science On Its Head

By Elmer Beauregard A funny thing happened when NASA released the data fro their new Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO-2) satellite this week, it was opposite of what they expected. Scientists had assumed that the CO2 increases in the atmosphere were emitted in the northern hemisphere largely due to  industrialization and coal burning power plants. They […]

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Minnesota is (relatively) the coldest place on earth this year

By Melissa Turtinen, BringMeTheNews We’ve all likely uttered the words “Minnesota feels like the coldest place on earth” – and this year, we were right. At least compared to what we’re used to. Paul Huttner wrote on MPR News Updraft blog that temperatures in Minnesota are running 2 to 4 degrees cooler than average so far this […]

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14 Scientists Give 5 Reasons Why Obama’s Climate Assessment is Full of… Mistakes

Reposted from Wattupwiththat.com As independent scientists, we know that apparent evidence of “Climate Change,” however scary, is not proof of anything. Science derives its objectivity from robust logic and honest evidence repeatedly tested by all knowledgeable scientists, not just those paid to support the administration’s version of “Global Warming,” “Climate Change,” “Climate Disruption,” or whatever […]

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Antarctic Ice Area Sets Record High

“Day 258 of 2012 is the highest for this date since satellite scanning of Antarctic ice areas commenced 33 years ago” the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition announced today. “It is also the fifth highest daily value on record.”

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An ‘inconvenient result’ – July 2012 not a record breaker according to data from the new NOAA/NCDC U.S. Climate Reference Network

I decided to do myself something that so far NOAA has refused to do: give a CONUS average temperature for the United States from the new ‘state of the art’ United States Climate Reference Network (USCRN). After spending millions of dollars to put in this new network from 2002 to 2008, they are still giving […]

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What’s Up With Watts Up With That?

The new improved assessment, for the years 1979 to 2008, yields a trend of +0.155C per decade from the high quality sites, a +0.248 C per decade trend for poorly sited locations, and a trend of +0.309 C per decade after NOAA adjusts the data. This issue of station siting quality is expected to be […]

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New Study Thoroughly Debunks Global Warming, Will Media Notice?

Professor Dr. Jan Esper’s group at the Institute of Geography at JGU used tree-ring density measurements from sub-fossil pine trees originating from Finnish Lapland to produce a reconstruction reaching back to 138 BC. In so doing, the researchers have been able for the first time to precisely demonstrate that the long-term trend over the past […]

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