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Open Mind by Tamino - 35m ago

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As tempting as it is to tell Judith Curry to “Do the math!” — I don’t think she can handle it. A recent post at WUWT quotes her saying this little gem: It is possible that a shift to the …
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Open Mind by Tamino - 20h ago
In just two days, kids will be marching in Washington D.C. to urge our leaders to do more to fight against man-made climate change. I doubt the present leadership will listen. That doesn’t matter; what counts is that they are …
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A good measure of drought severity is the Palmer Drought Severity Index, also called simply “PDSI.” One thing to keep in mind is that negative numbers indicated drought, the more negative the more severe, while positive numbers indicate wet conditions. …
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Open Mind by Tamino - 2d ago

I’d like to remind everyone that kids will be marching on Washington this Saturday, July 21st, to advocate for real action about climate change. Maybe the best thing you can donate to them is publicity. Got a facebook account? Post …
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NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) has published their data for global average temperature anomaly in June of this year. With June included, the latest data look like this: It’s not really a surprise; global temperature continues to fluctuate, …
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Since 1895, the conterminous USA (lower 48 states) has warmed significantly: The red line is a modified lowess smooth, on a time scale which mimics 20-year moving averages. I decided to look for patterns in the geographical distribution of temperature …
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Open Mind by Tamino - 1w ago

I read an article yesterday about the impact of global warming of night-time temperatures. They are significant. The article also talked about night temperatures generally warming faster than daytime temperatures. That made me wonder … where and how is this …
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Open Mind by Tamino - 1w ago

Earther has an excellent article on the upcoming climate march on Washington D.C., organized by teenagers. The article also profiles one of the founders and leaders, Jamie Margolin. It states: “With renewable energy, we could create an amazing world,” Jamie …
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Open Mind by Tamino - 1w ago

We talk about climate change, about how necessary it is to do something about it. That’s important, and I commend all of us who do. But there’s a group of kids who are going to march on Washington to press …
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