Yes, that’s quite a claim, I know, and I aim to please. “One of my favourite HashTags to abuse beyond any acceptable measure is the ever popular claim of the #HottestYearEver. Now, every year is the hottest year ever, I love it!” – Canadian Climate Guy. Here are just a few examples of how… Read More The Hottest Blog Post Ever!
We could always use more guys like Rick Coddington around these days, he had a firm understanding of the Global Warming “theory” and definitely didn’t hold back his opinion on the subject… I like his delivery, straight to the point, hit them with facts! For example, let’s travel back to 2007 and have a look at… Read More Pretending it didn’t happen won’t make it go away. Global Cooling.
So Whats My Pointy Point? CO2 doesn’t control the climate or have anything to do with extreme weather events. It never has and it never will… good luck proving me wrong. I spend a fair portion of my spare time researching a lot of different topics of interest as well as a variety of scientific fields,… Read More Digging Up the Past to Prove a Point, and It’s a Very Pointy Point!
If you follow me on Twitter you know I’m not one to get pulled into a huge, time wasting Twitter battle over climate change science or the data, and especially not CO2 alarmism. No, not this guy. Instead, I prefer to berate the empty headed eco-warriors, the drooling climate zombie mobs and the forecasters of doom and gloom.… Read More How Climate Alarmists Deal With Climate Change Critics (Like Me).
Ellensburg Daily Record – Sep 18, 1934 Glaciers melting at record rates, sound familiar? A short but interesting article I thought would make a good addition. View the original article here. Enjoy and Share!
Boston Evening Transcript, Friday, January 21st, 1910. Glaciers Reveal History Visit this link to read the complete article. Enjoy and Share!
One of my favorite things to do (when I have time) is researching old news articles related to climate, weather, geology, Earth science, etc. After posting a few of these on my Twitter account and getting positive feedback I decided to start cataloging some of my finds here at my blog. I’ll keep these posts… Read More Finding New Glaciers – in 1938
Originally posted on polarbearscience:
The annual Arctic sea ice minimum for 2016 is imminent and the hand-wringing about polar bear survival has already begun. While this year is shaping up to be another very low sea ice minimum in the Arctic – not as low as 2012 but lower than as low as 2007 (previously…
Originally posted on Climate Etc.:
by Greg Goodman This year, as every year, there has been much excitement in the media about ‘catastrophic’ melting of Arctic sea-ice, run-away melting, tipping points, death spirals and “ice-free” summers. There has been the usual guessing game about when exactly the minimum will / has occurred and what the…
Originally posted on STOP THESE THINGS:
One of the favourite smoke-and-mirrors lines pulled by the wind industry, its parasites and spruikers is that wind power lowers power prices. Among the ‘tiny’ little omissions in that pitch are that: 1) they’re only ever talking about spot prices when the wind is blowing; and 2) they skate…