Update: Experimental Graph Removed until I can fix my code.
Update 2: Experimental Graph 2:
Antarctic Ice Extent Anomaly vs Arctic Ice Extent Anomaly vs AMO vs PDO from 2010
(Arctic is anomalies. I will try other values later)
It was in perfect synch for a while.
South / North
Is everything the AGW cult told us turned out to be false?
“Acidic water may be a sign of healthy corals, says a new study, muddying the waters still further on our understanding of how coral reefs might react to climate change.
Andreas Andersson of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego, California, and his colleagues carefully monitored a coral reef in Bermuda for five years, and found that spikes in acidity were linked to increased reef growth.
“At first we were really puzzled by this,” says Andersson. “It’s completely the opposite to what we would expect in an ocean-acidification scenario.””
There is oil to be moved. Obama has cancelled Keystone XL. So Warren Buffet and his railway the BNSF (and other railways) are stepping up and building thousands of miles of new track.
Right through the middle of cities.
“WATERTOWN — A Canadian Pacific train, with some cars carrying crude oil, derailed in Watertown on Sunday afternoon, November 8th — and dozens of homes were evacuated. Evacuated residents got word Sunday night that they would NOT be allowed back in their homes.”
Buffett’s BNSF helped lead fight to delay train safety technology
Last week, under pressure from companies including Buffett’s BNSF Railway Co, which has spent more money lobbying Congress this year than any other railroad, U.S. legislators passed, and President Obama signed, a law that delays the so-called positive train control mandate for at least three years, with the possibility of an additional two-year delay.
That means railroad operators can put off having to buy and install equipment that safety advocates say would have prevented accidents that have claimed more than 245 lives and caused over 4,200 injuries since the National Transportation Safety Board began calling for the technology in 1969.”
The NOAA ranked October 2015 precipitation in California as 45 out of 121 with 121 being wettest.
That means 44 Octobers were drier. Up and down — dry and then wet. That is normal. Its not climate change.
According to the NOAA, October 2015 was ranked 102 out of 121 for precipitation.
20th Wettest! (Tied With 1900 and 1972)
5.5x as much rain as 1952. Permanent AGW Drought? Bull****.
Take a look at all the green states. Green is near record rainfall. Light green is much above normal.
NOAA says it was the 15th hottest October maximum temperature since 1895 in the USA.
But it was 4.2F colder that October 1963. (Rank was 107 out of 121 where 121 is hottest)