Tuesday, January 08, 2013

The New Nostradamus of the North: Siberian winter killing people in India
"Nobel laureate" R.K. Pachauri of course knows the reason for the Siberian winter in India: Global warming!
Precipitation in the form of heavy rain and snow could worsen the winter," said RK Pachauri, chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Pachauri said the frequency of extreme weather events is bound to rise if no action is taken against greenhouse gas emissions.
Is NOAA Misleading the Public by Including Tropical Cyclones in its 2012 Climate Extremes Index Ranking? | Bob Tisdale – Climate Observations
Therefore, by including landfalling tropical cyclones in the Climate Extremes Index for 2012, NOAA lowered the ranking, but gives the public the impression that landfalling tropical cyclones contributed to the high ranking—when, in reality, tropical cyclones lowered the 2012 ranking.
Exceptional cold spell between Pakistan and India fall the first time highs of 2013 by Daniel Ingemi | Climate Realists
Continue the unusual cold spell that for more than two weeks is hitting the states of northern India and much of northern Pakistan, where a number of records have fallen overall in important cities like Lahore. But the more discomfort you are suffering in northern India, where the great cold of these days has caused the death of dozens of people, mostly homeless and beggars. Most of the victims was registered in the state of Uttar Pradesh, where the minimum temperatures fell to near 0 ° C.

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