Tag Archives: AGW

Water World

A very nice page with graphs and calculations showing water is what matters, not CO2. Continue reading

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Raining, AGAIN, in San Jose, in May, In A Drought

Yet More Rain in San Jose, in late spring, in a drought. Continue reading

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Seeking Mertonian Norms in Global Warming Studies

A brief review of the Mertonian Norms of Science, and a review of how they are not demonstrated much in Global Warming science… Along with a lament about how to reverse that. Continue reading

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Sometimes It’s The Little Things – Debian, FORTRAN, and me…

A brief review of the wandering path to a successful Linux dual boot box and what I’ve been doing the last couple of days. Continue reading

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Winter Storm Warning for California – NOAA

NOAA issues a set of Winter Storm Warnings and snow there’s to be more snow in the Sierra Nevada. Generally good news, but not in keeping with Global Warming Dogma… It is NOT a warm snow… Continue reading

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