Monday, January 21, 2013

How Extreme Was US Weather In 2012 « NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
2012 finishes with a ranking of 54, making it an unremarkable 46th most extreme, out of 103.
Dispatch from AMS: Looking at Land Surface Temperatures | Climate Abyss | a blog
Differences between the reanalysis temperature trends and conventional temperature trends varied from place to place. In the United States, the reanalysis had widespread cooling, in contrast to the observed slight cooling in the Southeast and warming elsewhere. Do the United States temperatures have a warm trend bias, or is this a flaw in the model’s simulation of land surface weather patterns? Time, and further investigation, will tell.   [Via DB]
Caught Red-Handed on Climate Change - John Ransom - Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary
Don’t we mere mortals know that our puny powers of reason and deduction are impervious to the powers granted to the Society of Ethical Geophysicists by the government of the United Nations?
Biden vows climate change agenda will not fail - Washington Times
Vice President Joseph R. Biden told environmental activists at the Sunday “Green Ball” inaugural event that the White House would not fail to enact climate change policy.

“Keep the faith,” he said, according to a Politico report. This administration will compel the nation to “finally face up to climate change,” he added.

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