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GCM: Week Ten

Wow. Cutback week. Keep the intensity but reduce the weekly mileage by 20-25%. This is the last reduction before I taper, which means I’m so close. 353 more words

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What you need to know about GCM for 2015

Last year, I wrote about preparing for the Glass City Marathon. One month out from the 2015 race, I wanted to provide an update. I’m a fan of consistency, and I am happy to say that not much has changed with GCM. 1,456 more words

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GCM: Week Nine

Last week and this week were tests of maintaining training while traveling. Making the sacrifice of waking up early while on vacation wasn’t that bad and I felt better knowing I got my run in and my training was still on track. 240 more words

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North and South Poles: Important Climate Differences

Guest opinion: Dr. Tim Ball

A favorite exam question in my first-year climate class was, “Why is the North Pole warmer than the South Pole? I changed it each year, to confuse students who looked at last year’s exam; “Why is the South Pole colder than the North Pole?” Most people have no idea about the geography of the Poles and assume they are climatically the same. 1,343 more words

Arctic

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This is a good explanation of basic climate

Understanding Climate

This is what Brooklyn looked like this week in 1888.

That storm came before snow was a thing of the past due to global warming, and also before the  overheated atmosphere caused heavy snow and cold in New York.

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It's nice to be a politician and never having to tell the truth!

Where the complex climate models go wrong

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchly

Joe Born (March 12) raises some questions about our paper Why models run hot: results from an irreducibly simple climate model, published in January in the Science Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. 3,200 more words

Modeling

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GISS Still Diverging From Satellites

By Paul Homewood  

 

 

Joe Romm seems to be getting worked up again about “record temperatures”!

 

There had never been as hot a 12-month period in NASA’s database as February 2014–January 2015. 185 more words

Global Temperature Updates

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NASA ans NOAA have been corrupted; science doesn't matter only the political message!