Sunday, November 22, 2009

What happens when you measure temperature using a real thermometer, rather than a fudged IPCC tree-ometer?

Record cold in Alaska
The small Bush village 200 miles north of Fairbanks in the foothills of the Brooks Range recorded a new record low temperature of 47 degrees below zero on Saturday, the fifth day in a row a new record low was set in the town.

“It’s been five days in a row, and it sucks,” said a woman at Bettles Lodge who didn’t want to be identified when reached by phone.

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