Monthly Archives: January 2010

Is the NULL default infinite hot?

When the report period is set to be equal to the anomaly baseline, the entire world ocean area turns bright red in the GISS temp anomaly maps. Continue reading

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Mysterious Madagascar Muse

Madagascar has a drop out in 2005, that looks a bit like a deliberate manipulation. Continue reading

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WSW – January Opening, 29 January 2010

My take on the recent action in investment markets and what I’m doing now. Continue reading

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Temperatures now compared to maintained GHCN

Update 28 Jan 2010: An Arctic Blink Graph? Why not? From “Almostcertainly” in comments we have this interesting ‘blink comparison’ of the poles with a 250 km ‘spread’ compared to a 1200 km ‘spread’. Just click on the image to … Continue reading

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