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Words on Weather and Climate by retired chief meteorologist Craig James.

WORDS on WEATHER & CLIMATE

The Missing Hot Spot by CRAIG JAMES This headline is not meant to be a description of Rockford’s nightlife. It is a description of one of the problems with the computer models in regards to global warming. I’ve written many … Continue reading

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WORDS on WEATHER & CLIMATE

Water, Water (Almost) Everywhere by CRAIG JAMES Can you believe Lake Michigan has nearly three trillion more gallons of water in it than at this time last month? With the wet spring we have had, the lake has risen seven … Continue reading

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Garbage in, garbage out by CRAIG JAMES Okay… back to the subject of why I am skeptical of the idea of dangerous global warming. I have shown you in an article a couple of weeks ago how just the addition … Continue reading

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The Greenhouse Effect In last week’s article I gave you the basic overview of what I think the science really says about human induced global warming. Let’s start this article by taking a look at the poorly named greenhouse effect. … Continue reading

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WORDS on WEATHER & CLIMATE—April 21, 2011

The Emperor Has No Clothes by CRAIG JAMES During the winter, I had the opportunity to give four separate presentations on global warming to a class of adults at Calvin College. This led to an opportunity at the end of … Continue reading

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