Monday, October 31, 2011

The present "95A" is expected to die along Oman coast on 3-Nov... meanwhile a FRESH strong circulation expected to form over S-E Arabian sea
Present circulation South of Kanyakumari will persist till 2-Nov .. so MORE heavy rain ahead for S. Tamilnadu..
8pm, Heavy showers again over S. Tamilnadu ... and more showers coming up for entire Tamilnadu coast tomorrow..
"95A" is a Depression now and located E-N-E of Salalah .. and showers are seen along Oman coast ..
chennai - had 2 to 3 sharp showers from morning till 2pm and NOTHING after that.. and rain activity to start again from early hrs tomorrow.
RT @anupshaji: Heavy rain here ...#Kerala , Kottayam .. 2:11pm

Climate scientists caught cheating again trying to prove the planet is warming

The Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature (BEST) project is an effort to resolve criticism of the current records of the Earth's surface temperatures by preparing an open database and analysis of these temperatures and temperature trends, to be available online, with all calculations, methods and results also to be freely available online.
Professor Richard Muller, a physicist, and his team at Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature (BEST) promised to “resolve current criticism of the former temperature analyses, and to prepare an open record that will allow rapid response to further criticism or suggestions”. Because the BEST team was constituted by some sceptics as well, even many sceptics looked favourable at this attempt.

A week ago, Muller claimed to the Wall Street Journal that the case for global warming scepticism was over. Thanks to research from his Berkeley Earth Surface Temperatures (BEST) project, Professor Muller stated confidently, we now know that the planet has warmed by almost one degree centigrade since 1950. What's more, he told the BBC's Today programme, there is no sign that this global warming has slowed down.

But the joy of climate alarmists proved short lived and their smug was wiped out from their faces very fast. A report published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation includes a graph of world average temperatures over the past ten years, drawn from the BEST project’s own data published in its website.