1970 – Scientists Blamed Low Antarctic Sea Ice Extent On CO2

Originally posted on Real Science:

In 1970, scientists blamed low Antarctic sea ice extent on CO2.

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Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists – Google Books

Now they blame high Antarctic sea ice extent on CO2.

NOAA said in a news release Tuesday that “as counterintuitive as expanding winter Antarctic sea ice may appear on a warming planet, it may actually be a manifestation of recent warming.

NOAA: Record Antarctic Sea Ice Growth Linked To Its Staggering Loss Of Land Ice | ThinkProgress

If the ice wasn’t changing, that would also be blamed on CO2.

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Too Many Wild Cards in the Climate Game


NASA itself has been caught faking temperature data so it will fit the “template”.

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:

Guest essay by Viv Forbes


Climate alarmists claim incessantly that all bad weather is caused by man’s use of hydro-carbon fuels – oil, gas and coal.
They insist that man-made carbon dioxide is the trump card in the climate game. Their computerised models of doom assume ever-rising levels of carbon dioxide which will trump all natural climate controllers.

Unfortunately for their credibility, since at least the year 2000 global temperatures have trended level despite significant increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide.
The sun is the primary source of almost all of Earth’s heat. It is becoming increasingly clear that this gigantic heat generator, with its varying cycles and emissions, is an Ace in the climate game.

Then there are the massive oceans, whose vast heat capacity and ever-changing currents and oscillations also regularly trump the steady but tiny influence from man’s industry.
In order to explain the failure of their carbon-centric…

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How eager is Hillary to engage ‘regular people’ in Iowa? This photo sums it up

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Hillary Clinton’s “Mystery Machine” road trip is now in Iowa, and her appearances are being kept so small and manageable that they could be held in medium-sized closets, or expansive warehouses with tight security at the door:

Ha! The “Mystery Machine” probably has as many seats. And how many of those 16 chairs will be filled by people not affiliated with Hillary’s campaign in any way who have challenging, non-scripted questions for the candidate?

Uh huh.

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Reading Thermometers Is Hard

Originally posted on Real Science:

In the 1970’s, back when NASA was putting men on the moon – they simply didn’t know how to read thermometers correctly. Scientists thought that 1970 was cooler than 1900, and there was a big spike at 1940 – followed by rapid cooling.

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NASA can no longer put men on the moon, but they can go back in time and reread thermometers from the 1970’s. They have since discovered that 1970 was much warmer than 1900, and that the scientists who put men on the moon were of inferior intellect to Mikey, Gavin, and Jim.

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The image below overlays the 1970’s graph on the current one. NASA time travel  has removed the blip, and saved us from the unpardonable sin of climate denial.

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From: Tom Wigley <wigley@ucar.edu>
To: Phil Jones <p.jones@uea.ac.uk>
Subject: 1940s
Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 23:25:38 -0600
Cc: Ben Santer <santer1@llnl.gov>

It would be good to remove at least part of the…

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You’ll absolutely love Dana Perino’s truth-bomb on why men in D.C. are ‘undateable’

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Oh my.

Check out this incredibly brutal truth-bomb from Dana Perino’s new memoir on her years in the Bush White House where she explains why women have such a tough time finding the right guy to date in D.C.:

From the Washington Post:

I had many friends that I hung out with a lot, but that dating scene in D.C. was pathetic. (It still is, right, ladies?) I remember thinking that there just weren’t that many men I was interested in around Washington. Most of the guys didn’t look like they’d ever worked outside a day in their lives — soft…

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