Craig James

WORDS on WEATHER & CLIMATE — January 6, 2011

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More on December  by CRAIG JAMES  In last week’s article, I wrote about some of the interesting weather that had occurred in December, but it was written before the month ended. The final week of the month also had some newsworthy weather I want to tell you about. I’m sure you heard about the major storm that buried much of the Northeast the day after Christmas. [...]

Words on Weather & Climate — December 30, 2010

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A December to remember by CRAIG JAMES Meteorologist Craig James, new Squire columnist I know the month of December is not quite finished yet, but it certainly has been a December to remember in many areas, even though I think it has been a rather boring month in our area. Temperatures in West Michigan are running colder than average, but there have been no record lows [...]

WORDS ON WEATHER & CLIMATE — December 23, 2010

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Cold More Deadly  by CRAIG JAMES Many people who have looked at the global warming issue, myself included, believe we have much more to fear from a cooling world than a warming one. Data from the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics for 2001-2007 shows that 800 more people die every day in the United States in December, January and February than occur on an average [...]

Words on Weather and Climate — December 16, 2010

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Forecasting Climate  by CRAIG JAMES  Meteorologist Craig James, new Squire columnist When it comes to forecasting the climate, many people say that since forecasters can’t get the weather forecast right for the next couple of days, how can they get the climate forecast right for the next 100 years? (They surely weren’t talking about my forecasts, were they?) The [...]

WORDS on WEATHER & CLIMATE — December 9, 2010

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‘Consistent With’ by CRAIG JAMES Meteorologist Craig James, new Squire columnist One of the things that marks a good scientific theory is whether or not it can make accurate predictions. That is one of the problems I have with the human-induced global-warming theory. Most of the predictions based upon the theory have turned out to be wrong, or in many cases they are [...]
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