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New York Times Sets Bar Just a Little Higher for Climate Misinformation

Sunday, January 20, 11:43 a.m. EST, update: Andy Revkin kindly took the time to make sure the right set of eyes fell on a third letter I wrote, and the Times has fixed the piece and issued a formal correction. … Continue reading

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An Awful Waste of Brain Power

(With apologies to Allen Ginsberg. To buy my updated book, click here.) I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by climate, starving hysterical modeled, dragging themselves through the university streets at dawn looking for a bit of funding, … Continue reading

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United Nations Uses Wikipedia Graph

What started as a brouhaha in the blogosophere has turned into a minor embarrassment for the United Nations in the climate debates. As first reported on ClimateAudit.org, the origin of a graph used in last week’s UN climate report, published … Continue reading

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Snowiest Winter Ever Recorded in North Dakota

    By Harold Ambler Snow, wind, and cold have assaulted North Dakota yet again in the past 24 hours. In Bismarck Friday morning the temperature was 12 below zero with a new inch or two of snow expected following … Continue reading

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Cold Feet

  I remember playing frisbee one afternoon duration orientation week in the fall of 1983. I had just come back from my freshman trip, which practically all incoming Dartmouth students go on. Mine was a two-day canoeing trip near the New … Continue reading

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Crystal Clear Morning

It froze at the airport this morning. The temperature was in the upper 30s as the Sun started lighting the treetops across the street from where I live. With the Urban Heat Island effect, we’re typically a few degrees warmer … Continue reading

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Not ready to say goodbye to winter

The coldest place in the United States the morning after I started the new blog was Ambler, Alaska, where the temperature was -36 Fahrenheit. This evening, at 5:49 p.m. local time, the temperature was a balmy -24. According to Weather … Continue reading

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