so you are asserting that climate data is doctored?? Or are you saying that data that does not comport with, say, an emerging trend surface, is ignored???
Wow, So, is there an entire secret scientific underground that is busy removing data from the stream of randomly located and collected data?
How do you suspect that O16/O18 isotope data from ice cores are "DISCARDED AND IGNORED"??.
Can you actually tell from looking at a core where the high temp data v low temp data will occur??
How would you get facts (here: observed "Maximum, Minimum, Record‐Length Mean, Temporal Standard Deviation, and Integral Time Scale") without the data?
Measure with your finger? Put your big toe in the water? And afterwards guess?
Uh, branco. whose is the economy thats tanked., who's president?
Who's driving the lead van off the road? DJT.
Delayed freeze in Laptev Sea could have knock-on effects across polar region, scientists say
Delayed freeze in Laptev Sea could have knock-on effects across polar region, scientists say. ... ... ...
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“This continues a streak of very low extents. The last 14 years, 2007 to 2020, are the lowest 14 years in the satellite record starting in 1979,” said Walt Meier, senior research scientist at the US National Snow and Ice Data Center. He said much of the old ice in the Arctic is now disappearing, leaving thinner seasonal ice. Overall the average thickness is half what it was in the 1980s.
Dr Stefan Hendricks, a sea ice physics specialist at the Alfred Wegener Institute, said the sea ice trends are grim but not surprising. “It is more frustrating than shocking. This has been forecast for a long time, but there has been little substantial response by decision-makers.”
Drought Conditions Continue To Grip All Of Colorado
By Alison Borden
October 8, 2020
The drought that took hold in Colorado this summer is getting worse.
The entire state is experiencing abnormally dry conditions and nearly 17 percent is in the most extreme category — exceptional drought, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
The Western Slope is the hardest hit, but Kiowa County on the Eastern Plains is also seeing the exceptional drought that can whip up dust storms and cripple agriculture.
Brian Fuchs, a climatologist with the Drought Monitor, said the conditions in Colorado are alarming.
U.S. Drought Monitor
The Oct. 8 Drought Monitor map for Colorado.
“When you look at Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona — that's definitely where we're seeing the worst drought in the country right now,” Fuchs said.
He said the lack of precipitation and unrelenting heat is a bad combination, especially for the hundreds of firefighters still working in Colorado.
“That's exactly why we're still seeing a high fire danger and still seeing active fires in places. And, and typically this time of year we're cooling off and starting to get wetter. And that just hasn't happened yet,” Fuchs said.
There are still several fires burning in the state, the largest of which is in Larimer County. The Cameron Peak fire has scorched more than 128,000 acres and is 42 percent contained. On Wednesday, a fire ignited just south of Kremmling and quickly burned more than 80 acres in a few hours, prompting evacuations.
Colorado Wildfires Are Climate Change ‘In The Here And Now’ — And A Sign Of Summers To Come
A year ago, none of the state was experiencing the extreme categories of drought. Parts were considered dry, but a full quarter of the state had no signs of drought at all.
Colorado could return to those less alarming conditions, as long as the winter delivers some precipitation, said Tom Renwick, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Grand Junction.
“If we get a decent winter, and it doesn't have to be, ‘Oh my God, the most amazing winter ever,’ but a decent winter with a decent amount of snowfall, we'll get rid of the drought,” he said. “It looks really bad, but you know, I wouldn't freak out just yet.”
Mandatory wildfire evacuations in Estes Park Colorado.
Looks like there's been some leftist forest mismanagement going on there.
By the way, Estes Park is a National Park...that means it is managed by Donald Trump. You remember Donald right?
there are scientific instruments that can measure the data. they have, millions of times. you lose.
branco says nothing about climate change in that cartoon. He just makes a totally fallacious projection directly contradicted by biden's work om the economy before the run fpr prez,prez.
again, you lose.
He doesnt know how the data is kept from being reported or is being doctored,
so, since apparently just makes stuff up as he mosies along, perhaps hes just fulla ****. My bets gonna go with him being fecally impacted in the head.
The conservatives are living examples of, "collect only the data that supports your worldview''.
finally you admit you've been pushing a baseless conspiracy theory here.
climate change is real.
the data are real.
your hypothesis is bogus.