Thursday, 7 February 2013

Dr Karl's erased cheat tweet.


From NCTCS members Bill Pounder and Bill Koutalianos. A sequence of tweets from informed and uninformed sources. One side gives reference links, the other side deletes cheat tweets facing heat.

Sweet!

Maybe Dr Karl could clarify a Twitter comment he made a few days ago (and then deleted from his twitter account) when he was quite emphatic that what he said was a truth.


30 January  2013

Dr Karl @DoctorKarl
   MET office data of static warming for last 16 years is a
misconception? @JWSpry @25outsidefifty Yup, world has warmed 0.3C in
last 16 years.
Bill Koutalianos @NoDirectAction
   @DoctorKarl How to put this politely? Met Office state a trend of
0.03C per decade or 0.05C since 1997 not 0.3C
http://metofficenews.wordpress.com/2012/10/14/met-office-in-the-media-14-october-2012/  … #auspol

5 February 2013

rodgerrodgers @rodgerrodgersu

   @NoDirectAction @DoctorKarl the mail retracted that bill, you know
that, i sent you the link, stop spreading uncorrected crap
Bill Koutalianos @NoDirectAction

@rodgerrodgersu "mail retracted that bill"? I have no idea what you're
talking about. I'm still waiting on @DoctorKarl to reveal his source


Don’t miss any updates from Bill Koutalianos @NoDirectAction


Cheers
Bill Pounder 


See also Andrew Bolt's Columns Yes, Craig, there really is a warming 
                                                      A question for Dr Karl, the warmist

and previous NCTCS post           Dr Karl and Flat Earth
 









Moscow's Snowiest Winter in 100 years

Image: us.moscow.blogspot.com
From The Moscow News:

Moscow has not witnessed such a snowy winter in the past 100 years, Deputy Mayor Pyotr Biryukov said on Tuesday, after heavy snowfall hit the Russian capital last night.

“This is the snowiest winter in 100 years,” Biryukov said, adding that 216 centimeters (85 inches) of snow have blanketed Moscow since the beginning of winter, which is 1.5 times above climatic norm.

The snowfall, which continued in and around the capital until the early hours of Tuesday, brought Moscow's traffic to a virtual standstill. The total length of traffic jams in the city reached 3,500 kilometers (2,175 miles), which is equal to the distance between Moscow and Madrid.
Think of a traffic jam from Brisbane to Melbourne AND back ie 3370 kilometres or perhaps Melbourne to Perth 3420 kilometres.