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2008 Ends with Blizzards, Cold

Updated: 12/31/2008 - True to the AccuWeather.com Winter Forecast, the cold and snowy December of 2008 will go out kicking and screaming, with storms in the Northeast and Northwest and bitter cold sandwiched in between.

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Global Cooling Favored By Quiet Sun Cycle

Posted: 12/31/2008 - 2008 will be coming to a close with yet another spotless days according to the latest solar image. This will bring the total number of sunspotless days this month to 28 and for the year to 266, clearly enough to make 2008, the second least active solar year since 1900.

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Snow Burying Radar Sites In Greenland

Posted: 12/31/2008 - A Canadian Icecap emailer noted during the cold war there were two massive radar sites built on the Greenland icecap now abandoned. They are called Dye-2 and Dye-3. When built they sat high above the snow, recent pictures (go to icecap.us to see these pictures) show how the snow is building up around them, proving the snow build-up in recent times. The site is slowly disappearing into the snow. Its outbuildings are no longer visible and drifting snow will consume it completely one day, but that day appears to be decades away.

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Chilling Facts About 'Global Warming'

Posted: 12/31/2008 - In February of this year California meteorologist Anthony Watts reported that all four major global temperature tracking outlets had recorded data showing that temperatures have dropped significantly over the last year...large enough to erase nearly all the global warming recorded over the past 100 years. The story went on to say that “some scientists contend the cooling is the result of reduced solar activity - which they say is a larger driver of climate change than man-made greenhouse gases.” How many of you have ever heard of Mr. Watts revelation? Not many, I’ll bet.

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TV Meteorologist Writes About Reporters And 'Global Warming'

Posted: 12/30/2008 - The vast majority of these reporters are just trying to do the job presented to them each day. It is difficult to be an expert on everything. My point here is that to examine an issue as complex as global warming takes much more time than most reporters are given to do a story. An added complication to this is the lack of science education given to reporters in college.

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Galileo and Copernicus - No Friends of Al Gore

Posted: 12/30/2008 - Anthropogenic - human caused - Global Warming (AGW) is a scam, with no basis in science. I am particularly annoyed by the claims that the “the debate is over,” because this was exactly the claim originally made against the Copernican theory of the Solar System.

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Western Part of Lake Superior Freezes Over, For The First Time In Years

Updated: 12/30/2008 - It is the first time in years that ice has formed on the lake this early in the winter season. The western tip of Lake Superior has frozen over in December for the first time in recent memory, and that could mean a long season of ice angling that hasn’t been seen in years.

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Climate Cycles Fit Solar Cycles - No Human Induced Global Warming

Posted: 12/30/2008 - 23 periods of climatic warming and cooling have occurred in the past 500 years. Each period of warming or cooling lasted about 25-30 years (average 27 years). Two cycles of global warming and two of global cooling have occurred during the past century, and the global cooling that has occurred since 1998 is exactly in phase with the long term pattern. Global cooling occurred from 1880 to ~1915; global warming occurred from ~1915 to ~1945; global cooling occurred from ~1945-1977;, global warming occurred from 1977 to 1998; and global cooling has occurred since 1998. All of these global climate changes show exceptionally good correlation with solar variation since the Little Ice Age 400 years ago.

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Is Siberian Cold Being Reported?

Posted: 12/24/2008 - In Ojmjakon (Siberia), there hasn’t been (supposedly) a minus 60 deg C day in December for 15 years and only one in the past 25 years. There has been only one December temperature at Ojmjakon below 62.5 in the GHCND archive (since 1943) - a reading of -62.8 in 1984. But according to the forecasts here, a low of minus 60 is forecast tonight and minus 63 tomorrow. (ICECAP NOTE: It reached -60C, -76F on the 20th and 22nd).

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It’s Cold Outside, But Global Warming Industry Still Hard At Work

Posted: 12/23/2008 - The most expensive secret you’re not supposed to know is that George W. Bush leaves office with the planet cooler than when he entered. This dangerous trend threatens the multi-billion dollar “global warming” industry, adding new urgency to the ritual shriek of “we must act now!” in the scramble to impose a costly regime of mandates and energy taxes.

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50 Years From Now - Looking Back At Weather

Posted: 12/23/2008 - During concerns about late 20th century “global warming” few asked the questions, “What should Earth’s global temperature be?” and “How do you measure global temperature with sufficient accuracy to know what it is?” Had these two questions been seriously considered, it is unlikely that efforts to postulate a human cause for such shifts would have succeeded.

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CNN Meteorologist: Manmade Global Warming Theory Is 'Arrogant'

Posted: 12/22/2008 - Myers, an American Meteorological Society certified meteorologist, explained on CNN’s Dec. 18 “Lou Dobbs Tonight” that the whole idea is arrogant and mankind was in danger of dying from other natural events more so than global warming.

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'Global Warming' has the Chills

Posted: 12/22/2008 - “If the issues weren’t so serious and the ramifications so profound, I would have to laugh at it,” said David Deming, a geology professor at the University of Oklahoma. “The mean global temperature, at least measured by satellite, is the same as it was in the year 1980. In the last couple of years, sea level has stopped rising, hurricane and cyclone activity in the Northern Hemisphere is at a 24-year low and sea ice globally is also the same as it was in 1980.” Speaking of rising sea levels, is Al Gore smarter than a fourth-grader? James O’Brien, emeritus professor at Florida State University who studies climate variability and the oceans, thinks not.

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