From Russia With Records (Part 2)

Between the time I posted part one of my findings on Russia record trends and now, bombshell after bombshell of scandalous news in association with the Trump administration has been printed in every major newspaper. I had to laugh out loud seeing what Time Magazine put on their cover this week. So, it is apropeaux, with a wink and a nod, that we should continue to look at Russian record temperature […]

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World of Thermo… Story 10…Arrhenius

Story 10                                    Arrhenius As much as Carbo was encouraged by what he saw the humans doing with oil and automobiles, he soon discovered that not every human was blind to the effects of excess carbon dioxide. In the late 1890s Carbo got this information from an unlikely source: two recently released carbon dioxide molecules who […]

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World of Thermo… Story 9… Let It Snow!

Story 9                       Let it Snow! After his encounter with Skates, Thermo went to Puffy and Fluffy for consolation once more. As his two friends tried to cheer him up, Thermo asked, “Why are storms so destructive and harmful to everyone? And why am I not better at warning the humans of nature’s power? Isn’t that […]

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From Russia With Records (Part One)

After cataloging counts of daily records in the National Center for Environmental Information’s database for Canada, I began looking to see what country should be next on my list to research. For reference, here is what I came up with for Canada:  http://www.guyonclimate.com/2017/04/28/canadian-record-trends/ I am getting all of my data from: https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cdo-web/datatools/records In order to get […]

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April 2017 Was Warm…. No Fooling…. Streak at 29

In my last piece I statistically broke down how warm the United States had gotten over the last five years in association with “the streak”. The streak is defined as the record number of consecutive months that daily record highs have outnumbered daily record lows from the National Center for Environmental Information database, which has now reached […]

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