Thursday, April 18, 2013

Part 2 Thomas Stocker Interview…Lüning: “IPCC Increasingly Unable To Maneuver, Detached From Reality”
Lüning: Indeed there is a discussion where the evidence is growing that so-called climate sensitivity is significantly over-estimated. However, one has to know that the climate models for the forthcoming climate report have long since been calculated and there is no longer the possibility of making modifications without starting over from scratch and losing face. The IPCC therefore will hardly be able to back down from its mean of 3°C per doubling of CO2. This means that Stocker’ IPCC is increasingly unable to maneuver and is detached from reality.
Unseasonably Cold Temperatures and Rainfall Continue in Israel
Unseasonably cold temperatures are being reported around Eretz Yisrael along with rainfall in Yerushalayim and other cities.
Missoula sees yet another record low temperature | Missoula, Montana
The National Weather Service office in Missoula says we have set a new record low for April 17, with the thermometer hitting 18 degrees at 3:26 a.m.

The previous record low of 19 degrees was set back in 1896. This marks the second morning in a row that a record low temperature has been recorded in the Garden City.
Billings sets new record low Wednesday
Bottoming out at 16 degrees, Billings clipped the old April 17 record low of 17 degrees set in 1964.

April has been a disappointingly cold month so far. Mean temperature for the month is just 39 degrees — 5.1 degrees below average.
Global Warming Will Cause Mass Starvation, Scientists Claim
The conferences follow a study indicating that global warming will lead the Arctic to become a lush, green landscape.

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