Friday, January 11, 2013

Unique paper looks for natural factors in station data–shows significant probabilities of natural signal | Watts Up With That?
...As a result, the probabilities that the observed temperature series are natural have values roughly between 40% and 90%, depending on the stations characteristics and the periods considered. ’Natural’ means that we do not have within a defined confidence interval a definitely positive anthropogenic contribution and, therefore, only a marginal anthropogenic contribution can not be excluded.
NOAA Temperature Fraud Expands (Part 2) | Real Science
The Climate Central claim of 2012 being the hottest year ever is based on two big lies. The US temperature data has been massively tampered with, and the US does not represent the planet.

This whole “peer reviewed” scandal is disgusting beyond words. The claim that 2012 is unprecedented is sheer, unmitigated nonsense. EPA data clearly shows that the 1930s was the hottest decade, just as NASA and NOAA did – before they tampered with the data.
Richard Lindzen On Climate Science: “The Field Is Corrupt – Without Any Question.”
From 2009, a good refresher – especially if you haven’t seen it yet. Yes it’s a scam.
Twitter / BigJoeBastardi: I do think it hits 0 in Chicago, ...
I do think it hits 0 in Chicago, Indianapolis within next 15 days and hits 9 in NYC before Jan 26.Still wont be coldest for them
Zookeepers, growers prepare for California freeze after snow shuts major highway overnight - The Washington Post
A low of 12 degrees was recorded in the Big Bear mountain resort east of Los Angeles.
Major storm clogs state, more snow coming Saturday | The Salt Lake Tribune
Commuter hell » More than 80 crashes, slideoffs reported by UHP Friday.
Harsh winter brings new difficulty for 600,000 Syrians
GENEVA, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- The severe winter conditions across Syria and the surrounding region in the past week have brought new difficulties for over 600,000 Syrian refugees fleeing the conflict, said the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) on Friday.

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