Tag Archives: precipitation

Texas, Rain, and 1500 Year Cycles

Some thoughts on Texas droughts and floods and the 1500 year cycle of cold plunges. Continue reading

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Calorie Counting Thermometers

I think there is a simple way to demonstrate the basic flaw of the “average temperatures” to see if the planet is warming or cooling. Think of trying to take your body temperature to decide if you are eating too much. That’s what “Climate Scientists” do with global temperatures. Continue reading

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