Tuesday, September 10, 2013


The New Nostradamus of the North: The Smithsonian: "Homo Sapiens is especially able to cope with a broad range of climatic conditions"
The National Museum of Natural History ( part of Smithsonian) has an article - "Climate Effects on Human Evolution" - on its webpage, which should be read by all politicians, who have been brainwashed by the global warming alarmists.
Warmists seek to look at ‘the long term trend’ in Arctic ice, as a way to avoid a serious discussion about the 60% increase in ice this year | Climate Depot
Rebuttal: 'The first thing to note is that NSIDC starts their graph at the century maximum in 1979. In the early 1970s, sea ice was much less extensive than later in the decade. If NSIDC included the entire satellite record in their graph, it would look like a sine wave, not a straight line.
Coffee Or Tea? Something Hiding In Your Trash Could Help Save Both From Climate Change | ThinkProgress
Around 1 million tons of coffee grounds are thrown out in America each year, and most go into landfills.
Rainfall less variable in the warmer 20th century | Watts Up With That?
From the Jackson School of Geosciences at the University of Texas at Austin, comes this suggestion that a warmer would is a more stable one, weather-wise

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