Thursday, August 15, 2013


Climate Change May Be Easing Devastating 2012 Drought | Climate Central
The intensity of the rainfall causing the drought to ease in some parts of the country fits with many climate change models, said Richard Heim, meteorologist for the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C.
Low temperature in Lynchburg breaks 120-year-old record - : Local News
The low temperature Thursday morning in Lynchburg broke a 120-year-old record, a National Weather Service meteorologist said.
THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: New paper projects a decrease of tropical cyclones over the 21st century
A paper published today in the Journal of Climate projects a 3-15% decrease of tropical cyclones over the 21st century. Contrary to the claims of climate alarmists, many peer-reviewed papers have documented a decrease in the frequency of cyclones or hurricanes, with little to no change of intensity, and project fewer hurricanes/cyclones in the future.
Vahrenholt Thrashes Leading IPCC, Former NCAR Scientist In Hamburg Debate! “The Wound Of Climate Science”
Hostile audiences are becoming a thing of the past for climate skeptics – even among the generally climate alarmist CDU conservative party audiences. The overall reaction by the Hamburg audience signals a growing, pent-up resentment among Germans as the inkling that the climate catastrophe is more charade than fact begins to sink in.

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