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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Tale Of Two Stations…Striking Contrast: Urban Tokyo Warms Strongly While Rural Island Station Shows No Warming

By Kirye in Tokyo Hachijojima is a rural-type island off the coast from the megapolis of Tokyo in the Pacific. What makes Hachijojima interesting is that it is ideal for comparing its trend to a heavily urban environment, like Tokyo’s….

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Top 12 Debunked Climate Scares of 2018

Reposted from The GWPF January 2018:  Worst-case global warming scenarios not credible: Study PARIS (AFP) – Earth’s surface will almost certainly not warm up four or five degrees Celsius by 2100, according to a study released Wednesday (Jan 17) which,…

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Government Shutdown Delays UAH Global Temperature Update

The NOAA CLASS system we obtain our satellite orbit files (raw data) from has been taken offline until the government shutdown ends. As a result, our UAH monthly global temperature update is delayed. via Roy Spencer, PhD. January 1,…

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2018 is the first year with no violent tornadoes in the United States

By Paul Homewood   Last week, the Washington Post picked up on the likelihood that 2018 would be the first year on record without a violent (EF-4 and EF-5) tornado in the US. (There has apparently been one EF-4 in…

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