Post 4. A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words

Lately those wanting to show warming trends have been using simple pictures or pictograms. A pictogram acts like a graph, but in most instances gets a point across faster and more precisely than say a bar chart. The human brain processes colors and pictures more easily than representative symbols. The National Center for Environmental Information has started […]

Continue reading


Post 2. El Nino’s Ramping Up The Heat

Using National Center for Environmental Information data, the last two years (from DEC 2014 through NOV 2016)  have been the hottest in the lower 48 states since 1895: https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/temp-and-precip/climatological-rankings/index.php?periods%5B%5D=1&periods%5B%5D=24&parameter=tavg&state=110&div=0&month=11&year=2016 It is no wonder that we observed 24 months in a row of more daily record highs than lows as shown in our last post over […]

Continue reading


Three Consecutive Globally Warm Record Years……. Just a Note

I am letting all know that this blog site is up and running on the day that NOAA and NASA announced that the planet has had three consecutive years of record average warmth. The following  are a couple of links to other respectable sites marking this dubious landmark moment in climate science history and the planet: Mashable.com […]

Continue reading