NOAA: 28,504 Low Max Records Set in U.S. in Last 365 Days


28,504 Low Max Records were set in last 365 days according to the NOAA.

A “Low Max” means that the maximum temperatures for the day was the lowest it has ever been.

This indicates daytime cooling.

Only 13205 High Max records were set. That is  over a 2:1 ratio. Brrr.



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Another misleading story about ‘climate change’

Another misleading story about “climate change”

“Antarctic fur seals feel climate impacts,” shouts BBC headline.
“There has been a significant reduction in the size and the mass of the pups at birth,” explained Dr Jaume Forcada from the British Antarctic Survey (BAS). “We also see the females breeding later in age – at least by one or two years.”
Oh, the poor things. Must be global warming, right?
The study was centered on Bird Island, South Georgia, a British Overseas Territory (BOT) in the South Atlantic that falls within the influence of Antarctic waters.
In their report, the researchers tie the declining performance of the population directly to “a shift in a dominant climate pattern” has affected the supply of the seals’ primary food source – krill.
“A shift in a dominant climate pattern.”
What does that mean? Does that mean colder? Warmer? Murky sentences like that attract my attention.
“The krill come mostly from much further south, carried on currents to the BOT from the Antarctic Peninsula and the western side of the White Continent,” the article continues.
“But sea ice in Antarctica’s western sectors has been in sharp decline in recent years.”
Ah, there you go, sea ice “has been in sharp decline.” Must be global warming.
But here’s the sneaky part.
In parenthesis, almost as an afterthought, the author, Jonathan Amos, adds the following words: “(in contrast to other sectors).”
“In contrast to other sectors.”
You’d certainly never guess from that small parenthetical remark that Antarctic sea-ice extent is now the highest on record.
With this kind of reporting, it’s no wonder that people believe in global warming.
See entire article:
Thanks to Robin Willcourt for this link…

Spreading Climate-Religion Wackiness… Now ‘Mobile Phones Are Climate-KIllers’…’13 Megatonnes Of CO2’!

Spreading Climate-Religion Wackiness… Now “Mobile Phones Are Climate-KIllers”…”13 Megatonnes Of CO2″!

Just a couple of anecdotes today to illustrate how wacky the climate-change religion is getting.
First is a short blurb appearing at the online Linux Magazine bearing the title: “Mobile phones are climate killers“. This is for real.
Using your mobile phone and sending text messages apparently is contributing to bad weather and the death of the climate. Linux magazine writes:
The greenhouse gases coming from the recharging of mobile phone and tablets – this year already will be 6.4 megatonnes, about half of what is projected for 2019, – is equivalent to the emissions of about 1.1 million cars.”
Linux Magazine cites a study conducted by Juniper Research.
The other sign showing the climate trend is getting increasingly kooky that caught my eye today is a photo posted by Rudolf Kipp at Facebook.

Photo: Rudolf Kipp
Would you like your wine dry, sweet…or green?
I’m sure glad I drink Scotch instead. And when it comes to wine, I never liked Dornfelder anyhow.
And seeing how masses of people are stupid and gullible enough to accept all the nonsense hook, line and sinker, a little Scotch now and then certainly helps.
And a final word to all the distillers of Scotch out there. I warn you: If I hear or see any of this bio/sustainable madness with regards to the production of your products, then I’ll never buy another bottle from you again. I hope especially you Islay distillers take note.…

‘Climate models not only significantly over-predict observed warming in the tropical troposphere, but they represent it in a fundamentally different way than is observed’

‘Climate models not only significantly over-predict observed warming in the tropical troposphere, but they represent it in a fundamentally different way than is observed’

New Paper by McKitrick and Vogelsang comparing models and observations in the tropical troposphere This is a guest post by Ross McKitrick (at Climate Audit). Tim Vogelsang and I have a new paper comparing climate models and observations over a 55-year span (1958-2012) in the tropical troposphere. Among other things we show that climate models are […]…