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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Rain Delay

This was our eighth strait day of rain Boulder, but it stopped just long enough to get some good sunset pictures. Tweet via The Deplorable Climate Science Blog September 30, 2017 at 10:42PM

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Claim: Bumblebees decimated by climate change – but ignores recent pesticide study

From Florida State University and the “correlation is not causation unless we want to blame climate change” department. A stinging report: FSU research shows climate change a major threat to bumble bees Research from a team of FSU scientists helps…

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Reading Between The Lines

We choose to live in a safe lilly-white neighborhood in Los Alamos, New Mexico. We support any form of perversion. Anyone who doesn’t play along with our global warming scam needs to shut up. We support murdering millions of innocent…

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Understanding The Difference Between Climate And Cherry Picking

A low ice day in March is climate, but a huge increase in September ice over the past five years is cherry-picking. In 2012, experts told us that the winter maximum is meaningless, all that mattered was the summer minimum….

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