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Global Temperatures Were Hot In September
2012-10-16 07:10:12

September 2012 matched the record for September 2005 for global temperatures. This is the third time since 2000 that the world record for September was tied or beaten.

Separating Signal And Noise In Climate Warming
2011-11-19 04:19:22

In order to separate human-caused global warming from the "noise" of purely natural climate fluctuations, temperature records must be at least 17 years long, according to climate scientists.

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2011-02-17 05:55:00

Two studies published Wednesday in the journal Nature suggest that extreme rainstorms and snowfalls have grown considerably stronger over the last half of the 20th century, with scientists linking man-made global warming to the torrential downpours.

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2011-02-13 08:26:12

Tiny organisms preserved in marine sediments hold clues about Arctic climate variation during an ancient episode of greenhouse warming.

2010-12-09 14:20:00

Monckton highlights COP16 threat to sovereignty & freedom and CFACT stands with the energy poor against carbon profiteers CANCUN, Mexico, Dec.

2010-12-09 09:56:00

EXTRAS: Dr. Roy Spencer to debunk cloud feedback study w/in hour of its release and Climate Depot releases 321 page report - over 1,000 skeptical scientists CANCUN, Mexico, Dec.

2010-02-17 09:30:00

Blockbuster disclosures of IPCC flawed information - more Congressmen join legal action ATLANTA and WASHINGTON, Feb. 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Following on the heels of last week's Petition for Judicial Review filed with the U.S.

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2010-01-12 06:50:00

This year’s fierce winter in much of the Northern Hemisphere is only the beginning of a global trend towards cooler weather that is likely to last decades, say some of the world’s most renowned climate scientists.


Word of the Day
tourtiere
  • a meat pie that is usually eaten at Christmas in Quebec
The word 'tourtiere' comes from the French tourte, or passenger pigeon.
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