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  • Media Myth Debunked: Almost No Temperature Records Broken in Last Week's 'Record-Breaking Heat'

    07/24/2011 6:53:32 PM PDT · by Nachum · 26 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | 7/24/11 | Noel Sheppard
    All last week, global warming-obsessed media were rife with reports about record-breaking heat. Problem is, according to the National Climatic Data Center, and marvelously reported by the Hockey Schtick Sunday, almost no temperature records were actually broken: [T]he NOAA database of all-time Max Temperature...shows that there were no records broken on July 17, July 18, July 19, or July 20th. A total of 4 stations broke records on July 21, 20 on July 22, and 10 on July 23, 2011. That's right. There were only 34 new all-time daily temperature records set during last week's "record-breaking heat." (Snip) As you
  • Sunspots reaching 1,000-year high

    07/06/2004 3:40:43 PM PDT · by Happy2BMe · 76 replies · 1,483+ views
    A new analysis shows that the Sun is more active now than it has been at anytime in the previous 1,000 years. Scientists based at the Institute for Astronomy in Zurich used ice cores from Greenland to construct a picture of our star's activity in the past. They say that over the last century the number of sunspots rose at the same time that the Earth's climate became steadily warmer. This trend is being amplified by gases from fossil fuel burning, they argue. 'Little Ice Age'Sunspots have been monitored on the Sun since 1610, shortly after the invention of the...