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Climate Depot’s Morano on ‘hottest’ U.S. July claims: ‘The Continental U.S. is only 1.6% of the surface of Earth, and they’re drawing conclusions now about the whole globe’

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Climatologist Dr. Pat Michaels on U.S. heatwave: ‘Global avg temperatures in calendar year 2012 have not been particularly unusual; in fact, they are slightly below the average for last 15 years’ — ‘If one wants to conflate warm U.S. temperatures with global warming, then it has to be globally warm, which is not the case this year’

For Climate Depot’s complete heatwave/AGW coverage see here.

Overheated planet update: ‘It is probably the first time ever that snow has fallen in all nine of South Africa’s provinces on the same day’ — ‘Hillary Clinton has been named “Nimkita” (bringer of snow) by hosts at an event in Johannesburg’

RARE SNOWFALL STUNS MUCH OF SOUTH AFRICA: ‘It has snowed in Johannesburg on only 22 other days in the last 103 years’ — A rare snowfall that fell on much of the country. The snow began Tuesday morning, part of an extreme cold snap now biting into nation’ — ‘In Pretoria, the country’s capital, flurries filled the sky during a visit by U.S. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton. It was the first snowfall there since 1968’

Proof That The 1930s Were Hotter: Top 5 all time record daily U.S. maximums were all during 1930s. No year this century even shows up in the top fifteen


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