Monday, June 17, 2013


Ten killed in Bolivian extreme cold - Video
Drivers in central Bolivia are struggling in freezing conditions.

At least ten people are thought to have died as extreme cold grips parts of the country. Roads are closed due to freezing fog and truckers and other travelers found themselves trapped.
NSIDC says the sea ice minimum in 1964 was not different from 1979, 1981, or 2001 | polarbearscience
1964 just happens to be the first year that we know of that extraordinary declines in eastern Beaufort ringed seals and/or polar bears took place due to cold winters and heavy spring shorefast ice (1964, 1974, 1984, 1992, and 2004 – the 2004 event is discussed briefly here).
WaPo pushes UN fantasy that climate change can be stopped for no cost |
The IEA argues there are things that governments can do between now and 2020, at no net economic cost, at least to try to “keep the door open” to 2 degrees Celsius.

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