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Good job, Mainstream media

You did a great job viciously attacking big, bad Sarah Sanders

How classy.

Netanyahu: Iran lied big time

BREAKING: Israel’s PM Netanyahu is currently speaking and is expected to show proof the Iranians are making new centrifuges, doubled the amount of heavy water and say: "We can't continue the deal when the Iranians are persuing a nuclear program"

Tune to FOX News to watch his presentation

Did you know?

Abraham Lincoln received only 40% of the popular vote?

Abba is back?

See what global warming is doing?

No tornadoes reported anywhere across US in March

With only about two-dozen twisters recorded so far this year during a period when 100 or more are typical, the U.S. appears to be in a tornado drought as cool, stable air prevents the ingredients of the violent storms from coming together, meteorologists said Friday.

No tornadoes have been reported so far in March, when tornado season often begins ramping up for parts of the country. The last time the U.S. had no twisters in March was nearly 50 years ago, according to figures from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Storm Prediction Center in Norman.

Forecasters at the prediction center reported earlier this week that since the beginning of the year, it has issued only four tornado watches and no severe thunderstorm watches—less than 10 percent of the average 52 tornado watches issued by mid-March. The center hasn't issued a watch in March, something that's never happened in its record of watches dating to 1970, said Greg Carbin, warning coordination meteorologist for NOAA's Storm Prediction Center.
"Every day that goes by is quite remarkable (because) we're normally seeing very active day-to-day weather somewhere in the country," Carbin said. "Four watches is also unprecedented."
Even in tornado-prone Oklahoma, the dominant weather pattern of cold, stable air that prevents a tornado's ingredients from coming together means the state is again starting storm season in sluggish fashion, a repeat of the year before, said state climatologist Gary McManus.

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Are SatansSon and nolidad the same person?

There is no doubt nolidad seeks to keep his posts at the top of threads. I have seen it.

But to have something to respond to, SatansSon responds to all his BS posts.

What we know about Climate Research, an honest discussion

Roy Spencer spoke at the “At the Crossroads IV: Energy & Climate Policy Summit” co-hosted by The Heritage Foundation and Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF).

Verdict reached in the trial of Bill Cosby

Guilty on all three counts. He is facing up to 30 years in prison

What is so bad about the Girl Scouts that makes Lefty want to destroy them?

I thought Lefty was a big supporter of women.

Climate mythology: The Gulf Stream, European climate and Abrupt Change

Richard Seager
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University

Richard Seager's presentation to the New York Academy of Sciences:
The Gulf Stream, European Climate and Abrupt Climate Change

A few times a year the British media of all stripes goes into a tizzy of panic when one climate scientist or another states that there is a possibility that the North Atlantic ocean circulation, of which the Gulf Stream is a major part, will slow down in coming years or even stop. Whether the scientists statements are measured or inflammatory the media invariably warns that this will plunge Britain and Europe into a new ice age, pictures of the icy shores of Labrador are shown, created film of English Channel ferries making their way through sea ice are broadcast... And so the circus continues year after year. Here is one example.

The Gulf Stream-European climate myth
The panic is based on a long held belief of the British, other Europeans, Americans and, indeed, much of the world's population that the northward heat transport by the Gulf Stream is the reason why western Europe enjoys a mild climate, much milder than, say, that of eastern North America. This idea was actually originated by an American military man, Matthew Fontaine Maury, in the mid nineteenth century and has stuck since despite the absence of proof.

We now know this is a myth, the climatological equivalent of an urban legend. In a detailed study published in the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society in 2002, we demonstrated the limited role that ocean heat transport plays in determining regional climates around the Atlantic Ocean. Popular versions of this story can be found here, here and, in French, here.
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