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UAH Global Temperature Report: March 2015 - down slightly

The Version 5.6 global average lower tropospheric temperature (LT) anomaly for March, 2015 is +0.26 deg. C, down a little from the February, 2015 value of +0.30 deg. 543 more words

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Odds that Global Climate Change is a 'Hoax': 1 in 1.48x10^684,100

Article by Spencer Lindsay, April 2, 2015. This is an original study regarding statistical probability and temperature averages. 

Global climate change in large part has already been proven. 2,279 more words

Holy Anemometers, Batman!

Just in time for Easter, this post has a little religion and a little science all in one! Not that I ever mix the two, but sometimes it’s interesting when they¬†stand side by side. 830 more words


The Geography of USCRN Average Air Temperature Trends during the 2004-2014 Decade over the Contiguous United States

Guest essay by Samuel I Outcalt

The USCRN monthly average air temperature records were searched for continuous records covering the 2004 to 2014 decade over the contiguous United States. 674 more words

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Global Temperature Report: February 2015

From Dr. Roy Spencer:

The Version 5.6 global average lower tropospheric temperature (LT) anomaly for February, 2015 is +0.30 deg. C, down a little from the January 2015 value of +0.35 deg. 623 more words

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The Sceptered and Emerald Isles...

I’ve been reworking an application than I wrote a couple of years ago now to display the climate maps from the UK Met Office. In my opinion the climate maps are one of the best resources that the Met Office make available on their website, and my application in essence just allows them to be explored and displayed in a variety of different ways than you can do by simply using the web pages, whether you view a single map in detail, or simply let your eyes scan over a hundred years worth of thumbnails for a particular element of a season of the year. 347 more words


Winter 2014-2015: Colder and drier than average; two mild months overpowered by a very cold February

Meteorological winter runs from December 1st to February 28, for 90 days. The Winter of 2014-2015 was yet another cold one (the second in a row) although the character of the cold was sharply different from the long and persistent cold of 2013-2104. 1,988 more words

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