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"The urge to save humanity is always 
  a false front for the urge to rule it."
                                       - H. L. Mencken
   
    
Save the planet through domination
        Bookviews.com puts Magnetic Reversals
        and  Evolutionary Leaps
at the top of their
        "Picks of the Month"
       
2 Nov 08 - "By far one of the most extraordinary
        books about a scientific phenomenon to come along
        in a long time is Robert W. Felix’s Magnetic
        Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps.

        See entire review: Bookviews Top of the List
 
   

 

Mont Blanc glacier almost doubles in size in four years
9 Aug 11 - That’s what the headline should have said. Instead, it shouted "Global warming makes Mont Blanc grow," in what I consider a blatant attempt to hide the truth.
See Mont Blanc glacier almost doubles in size in four years

 

The EPA Nation-Killing Machine
By Alan Caruba
3 Aug 11 -  It is destroying the ability of whole industries—particularly energy—and of our agricultural dynamo to function.
The EPA Nation-Killing Machine

 

So much snow that WSDOT can't plow it all 3 Aug 11 - Workers still digging out from winter. Roadway  buried beneath more than 30 feet of snow.
See So much snow that WSDOT can't plow it all


Mt Rainier: 100% snow-covered trails above 5,000 feet

4 Aug 11 - Melt-out is not expected until sometime in late August.
Mt Rainier: 100% snow-covered trails above 5,000 ft



Ireland - Coldest June and July in 50 years

3 Aug 11 - Little sign of August being much better.
See Ireland - Coldest June and July in 50 years


Chile - Wettest winter in decades for arid northern desert

3 Aug 11 - Includes short video. Four years' worth of rain in
one day. Three feet of snow in area that normally receives no
precipitation in the winter.
Chile - Wettest winter in decades for arid northern desert


Shutting Down BBC Science Coverage That
Doesn't Show Consensus

1 Aug 11 - "BBC has fired the head of the Science news
department, and will no longer print research that does not
agree with global warming theory," says reader.
Shutting Down BBC Science Coverage That Doesn't Show Consensus


Portland OR - Coldest July in 20 years
1 Aug 11 - The Portland International Airport
closed out the month of July without a single
90-degree high temperature.
See Portland OR - Coldest July in 20 years



Dublin - Coldest July in 46 years
 
1 Aug 11 - Some parts of Ireland the coldest since 1940.
See Dublin - Coldest July in 46 years



Climate alarmists re-emerging in strength

1 Aug 11 - "This is most noticeable in the resurgence
of doomsday news releases, with carefully managed
media darkly recording that wobbles in the world's
temperature are solely due to man's folly."
See Climate alarmists re-emerging in strength


El Hierro earthquakes now exceed 1,050
31 Jul 11 - It remains unclear, however, if the
unprecedented seismic activity is a precursor to
a possible future increase in earthquake or
volcanic activity.
See El Hierro earthquakes now exceed 1,050

 

Mt Etna - 8th eruption this year - Short video
31 Jul 11 - Sicily's Mount Etna volcano began
erupting again over the weekend.
See Mt Etna - 8th eruption this year

 

See larger image:
You can't stop stupid,
but you can vote 'em out
Pretty much says it all.

Cold and snow in South Africa - Media blames 'climate change'
31 Jul 11 - As sub-zero weather swept across South Africa this week stranding hundreds of motorists on the N3 highway and bringing light snow to Joburg, this article ever so subtly tries to pin the blame on humans.
Cold and snow in South Africa - Media blames climate change



Glacier National Park - All that snow and they're still in denial
31 July 11 - After a year of record snowfall across the west, the New York Times bemoans the death of the glaciers in Glacier National Park. Somewhat prematurely, I would say.
Glacier National Park - All that snow and they're still in denial

 

Scientist who said polar bears were drowning investigated for 'scientific misconduct'
29 Jul 11 - The scientist who claimed polar bears were drowning because of melting ice caps is being investigated for 'integrity issues' apparently linked to that report.

See Scientist who said polar bears were drowning investigated for 'scientific misconduct'


Japan - 20 inches of rain since Wednesday

30 Jul 11 - Japan issued evacuation advisories
overnight for more than 180,000 people in central
Niigata region and tsunami-hit Fukushima as heavy
rains triggered floods.
See Japan - 20 inches of rain since Wednesday



New NASA Data Blow Gaping Hole In Global Warming Alarmism

28 Jul 11 - Earth's atmosphere is releasing far more heat into space than alarmist computer models have predicted, reports peer-reviewed study.
New NASA Data Blow Gaping Hole In Global Warming Alarmism
 

720 Earthquakes On El Hierro In One Week
27 Jul 11 - Unprecedented 720 earthquakes on smallest of the Canary Islands trigger concerns of a megatsunami.
See 720 Earthquakes On El Hierro In One Week


Snow dump traps New Zealand skiers

27 Jul 11 - Huge snowfalls across the entire
South Island and the southern half of the North
Island have trapped hundreds of skiers and
blocked main highways across the country.
See Snow dump traps New Zealand skiers


Traffic chaos in South Africa - Heaviest snowfall in 20 yrs

26 Jul 11 - "It is snowing heavily... a number of buses, taxis,
private vehicles have been stuck and trapped in the snow."
Traffic chaos in South Africa - Heaviest snowfall in 20 years



The Greens think you’re stupid

By Alan Caruba
23 Jul 11 - Must America become a third world nation with rolling blackouts and brownouts?
See
The Greens think you’re stupid


Christchurch snowed in - Worse to come
25 Jul 11 - A foot of snow has closed Christchurch
Airport and forced most workers to stay home,
including hospital staff.
See Christchurch snowed in - Worse to come

 

Feared Katla volcano shows more signs of eruption
27 Jul 11 - Harmonic tremors appear to be increasing. The volcano is capable of producing four times the ash of Iceland’s last eruption in May.
See Feared Katla volcano shows more signs of eruption


Bioelectric signals shape the face of a frog - Video

23 Jul 11 - Biologists have captured that process in a video
 that reveals never-before-seen patterns of visible bioelectrical
signals outlining where eyes, nose, mouth, and other features
will appear in an embryonic tadpole.
See Bioelectric signals shape the face of a frog



Eruption advisory for Alaskan volcano

22 Jul 11 - The Alaska Volcano Observatory
has issued an eruption advisory for Cleveland
Volcano in the Aleutians. A major eruption
could disrupt international air travel.
See Eruption advisory for Alaskan volcano


Chile - 'White earthquake' - 9 ft of snow in 4 days

21 Jul 11 -  A snowfall so fierce that the Interior Minister
called it a "white earthquake" buried communities, blocked
roads, cut off food supplies, and wreaked havoc on basic
utilities in Chile's central Araucania region.
See Chile - 'White earthquake' - 9 ft of snow in 4 days
 

Volcanoes impact climate far more than realized
22 Jul 11 - Can eject up to 100 million times more ash than previously thought, leading to more rain and snow.
See Volcanoes impact climate far more than realized

 

It's Just a Heat Wave
By Alan Caruba
23 Jul 11 - "The most surprising thing about the current heat wave affecting much of the U.S. is that no global warming charlatan is blaming carbon dioxide. Al Gore is planning a last-ditch effort to revive the hoax, but that will fail."
See It's Just a Heat Wave


UK Forecaster Predicts Worst Winter on Record -
Motorists Urged to Prepare
19 Jul 11 - Long-range forecaster James Madden warns
that this winter will “break all records” in terms of snowfall
and freezing temperatures.
See Forecaster Predicts Worst Winter on Record -
Motorists Urged to Prepare

 

Snow still five stories deep on Mount Baker road
13 Jul 11 - “Deepest snow I’ve seen since the world-record year 1999, when the highway didn’t open for the summer,” says maintenance supervisor.
See Snow still five stories deep on Mount Baker road


Recent Ireland and UK winters "markedly" colder than average
17 Jul 11 - This revelation comes as politicians around the globe continue shackling their subjects with ever more regulations supposedly designed to fight global warming.  
Recent Ireland and UK winters markedly colder than average

 

NOAA inflating sunspot counts
15 Jul 11 - "NOAA is inflating their Sunspot count by counting specks," says reader. A Dalton Minimum could sneak up on us unannounced.
See
NOAA inflating sunspot counts


Indonesian volcano erupts twice today - See video

18 Jul 11 - Today's eruptions follow yesterday's huge
eruption when it threw hot ash up to two miles high (3474 meters).
See Indonesian volcano erupts twice today

 

Southern Chile buried beneath up to 6 feet of snow
20 Jul 11 - “We are already having problems with food shortages both with livestock and people," said area police chief.

See Southern Chile buried beneath up to 6 feet of snow


Large earthquake at Katla

18 Jul 11 - Cluster of smaller quakes
See
Large earthquake at Katla


Latest ever opening - Going-to-the-Sun Road
Trails still covered with several feet of snow
 

Underwater volcanoes heating Antarctic waters
13 Jul 11 - Scientists find previously unknown underwater volcanoes around the remote South Sandwich Islands. The volcanoes stand almost two miles tall and contain 3-mile-diameter craters. See Underwater volcanoes heating Antarctic waters


Thousands flee erupting Indonesian volcano
 
15 Jul 11 -
Mount Lokon erupted three times on
Thursday night, triggering forest fires along its western slope.
See
Thousands flee erupting Indonesian volcano
 

Snow Covers Sichuan State Highway 318 - In Summer
15 Jul 11 - More than 12 inches
of snow covered the Zheduo Mountain section on Wednesday. See Snow Covers Sichuan State Highway 318 - In Summer


Crown Range stays closed - NZ Wintry blast continues

13 Jul 11 - Continued heavy snow has prompts authorities to
keep the Crown Range closed tonight.
See Crown Range stays closed - NZ Wintry blast continues
 

More than 3 feet of snow complicates Potosi rescue
14 Jul 11 - Thousands stranded. Clearing the roads by hand. See More than 3 feet of snow complicates Potosi rescue


Bolivia appeals for help after heaviest snowfall in 20 years

13 Jul 11 -
 The Bolivian government is calling on neighboring
countries for help after thousands of people have been left
stranded its heaviest snowstorms in years.
See Bolivia appeals for help after heaviest snowfall in 20 years


Going-to-the-Sun Road still closed
14 Jul 11 - Latest opening ever with the exception of being built.
Video from Corp of Engineers.
Thanks to Martin Hoer for this link


Water freezing instantly at minus 45 degrees - Short video 
Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, worker throws boiling water into air.
Freezes on the way down.
See
Water freezing instantly at minus 45 degrees
 

The Greens Just Love Us to Death By Alan Caruba
11 Jul 11 -
"Anyone—and I mean anyone—who tells you that humans are causing climate change is a charlatan or a dupe. Avoid them."
The Greens Just Love Us to Death


Mount Etna eruption 'knocks clocks 15 minutes fast'
-
See video

10 Jul 11 - Sicilians quick to blame volcano after thousands
notice their clocks and watches running 15 minutes fast.
See Mount Etna eruption 'knocks clocks 15 minutes fast'
 

Sea levels 394 feet lower than today
11 Jul 11 - Email from a reader. Sea levels fall during every ice age - last one was around 450 feet. 


Erupting Indonesian volcano - Residents flee

12 Jul 11 - Mount Lokon in north Sulawesi province
has had small eruptions daily, forcing nearly 1,000
residents to flee.
See Erupting Indonesian volcano - Residents flee

 

Christchurch eruption “just not possible”
10 Jul 11 - Experts want to "quash the gossip." Ancient volcanoes are not going to erupt. See Christchurch eruption just not possible


Montana marathon canceled - Too much snow

9 Jul 11 - MISSOULA — The race director of a
100-mile foot race through the Flathead National
Forest has canceled the event due to lingering snow
on the route.
See Montana marathon canceled - Too much snow



Opposing cycles for Katla and Long Valley Caldera?

9 Jul 11 - Reader notes that the Long Valley Caldera area
has gone a lot more quiet since the current burst in activity
at Katla, and that this seems to be a repeating cycle.
See Opposing cycles for Katla and Long Valley Caldera?



Iceland eruption unlikely, say experts

9 Jul 11 - Geothermal heat, not an eruption,
may be culprit
.
See
Iceland eruption unlikely, say experts   


Third Icelandic eruption in just over 12 months?
Many links and photos

9 Jul 11 - "I can't imagine the effects this will have
on Europe's winter if she blows within the next few
weeks," says reader 
 
See Third Icelandic eruption in just over 12 months



Lull in global warming caused by Asia pollution - Huh?

5 Jul 11- Smoke belching from Asia's rapidly growing economies
is largely responsible for a halt in global warming in the decade
after 1998 even though greenhouse gas emissions soared.
See Lull in global warming caused by Asia pollution

 

Ancient Indian City Supposedly Irradiated by Atomic Blast
8 July 2011 - This fits in well with my contention that the Gothenburg magnetic reversal of 12,000 years ago triggered huge Tunguska-like blasts around the globe.
Ancient Indian City Supposedly Irradiated by Atomic Blast


Glacier flood from Múlakvísl confirmed

9 Jul 11 - Last such flood occurred in 1955   
See
Glacier flood from Múlakvísl confirmed
 

Shivering Britain: Little Ice Age could be on its way 
3 Jul 11 - "Scientists think Britain and Europe could be in for a chilly few years predicting a 'Little Ice Age' could be on its way."
See
Shivering Britain: Little Ice Age could be on its way


Jökulhlaup in Mýrdalsjökul

9 Jul 11 - Flood from the glacier atop Iceland's Katla volcano.
See Jökulhlaup in Mýrdalsjökul 
 

Snow comes to Atacama desert
See amazing video
7 Jul 11 - Up to 31.5 inches (80 cm) of snow. Thirty six travelers rescued from bus trapped in heavy snow. See
Snow comes to Atacama desert


4th of July skiing across the West

6 Jul 11 - People across the West hit
the slopes from California to Colorado
to Washington, a result of record snowfall
last winter
   
See 4th of July skiing across the West


Katla quakes getting stronger and in shorter intervals say readers
8 Jul 11 -
Thanks to Tom Rowan, Thomas Loher and
Fred de Zwart for this link


Cold kills 35 in Bolivia - Residents blame climate change

4 Jul 11 - "This kind of cold is dangerous," says a resident. "We
don't usually have snow at this time of year, it isn't time for snow."
See
Cold kills 35 in Bolivia - Residents blame climate change
 

Iceland "Gateway to Hell" volcano looks set to erupt
6 Jul 11 - Measurements show unusual magma movement at Iceland's most feared volcano.
See Iceland "Gateway to Hell" volcano looks set to erupt

 

Going-to-the-Sun Road still closed
4 Jul 11 - Glacier Park's Going-to-the-Sun Road is still closed and it is the 4th of July," says reader Dave Ekstedt.
Going-to-the-Sun Road still closed

Earthquake 6.5  Taupo New Zealand 
5 Jul 11 - Beautiful Lake Taupo, in the center
of New Zealand's North Island, is actually a
huge volcano with a fiery history.

See
Earthquake 6.5  Taupo New Zealand 
 

Earthquakes in Australia - Warnings of volcanic eruptions
5 Jul 11 - Scientists warn that volcanoes in Western Victoria and South Australia are due to erupt.

The announcement came just hours after two earthquakes hit the
state this morning.
See Earthquakes in Australia - Warnings of volcanic eruptions


 

"Freak" record cold and snow grip tropical southern Brazil
29 Jun 11 - Freezing in the tropics. Several  towns of Rio Grande
do Sul and Santa Catarina have even reported snow.
See Freak record cold and snow grip tropical southern Brazil
 

(Reader comments now added)
Former Senator Tim Wirth wants "aggressive program to go after deniers"

25 Jun 11 - Says the flooding and forest fires in the U.S. this year are evidence of "the kind of dramatic climate impact" that climate change models have predicted. See Former Senator Tim Wirth wants "aggressive program to go after deniers"


Darwin - Coldest June ever

1 Jul 11 - In fact, about 85 per cent of weather
stations across the Northern Territory recorded
their coldest June on record.
See Darwin - Coldest June ever
 

Gov Perry: Global warming a phony mess
1 July 11 - Bravo, Governor Perry. Finally, a politician who hasn't been intimidated by the global warming bullies.
See Gov Perry: Global warming a phony mess

 

Link to streaming video of conference
http://climateconference.heartland.org/watch-live/

Iceagenow.com is proud to co-sponsor this important event again this year. See ICCC-6

 

$2000 global warming tax - per year - per family  
30 Jun 11 - For some unfathomable reason, the public doesn't seem to like this. By geologist Bob Carter
See
$2000 global warming tax - per year - per family

 

First Ignored, Then Attacked: 6th International Climate Change Conference - By Alan Caruba
28 Jun 11 - In the words of Gandhi, “First they ignore you, then they mock you, then they fight you, then you win.”
First Ignored-Then Attacked-6th Intnl Climate Change Conf

 

Magnetic North Pole moving 40 miles per year - Video
26 Jun 11 - NBC Nightly News Anchor Brian Williams reports that the Magnetic North Pole is moving 40 miles per year towards Russia. See Magnetic North Pole moving 40 miles per year


Winter Weather Advisory for the Sierra Nevada - In Summer!

28 Jun 11 - The National Weather Service has forecast up to 5 inches
of snow for Carson Pass, Ebbetts Pass and Sonora Pass.
Winter Weather Advisory for the Sierra Nevada - In Summer!
 

Mt. Rainier - Buildings still buried beneath the snow
27 Jun 11 - Too much snow will keep Sunrise area in Mt Rainier National Park closed through 4th of July weekend. Look at these comparison photos!
Mt. Rainier - Buildings still buried beneath the snow

Many U.S. ski resorts open for 4th of July  
25 Jun 11 - Record snowfall across much of
the West prompts many ski resorts to remain
open for the 4th of July weekend.
Many U.S. ski resorts open for 4th of July weekend



Souris River hits record flood level

25 Jun 11 - Minot, N.D. - The Souris River
broke a 130-year-old record on Friday, and
is expected to rise as much as 6 or 7 feet
higher over the weekend.
See Souris River hits record flood level



BC resort opens summer season with snowy surprise

25 Jun 11 - "Could be one heck of a ski season next winter
if the trend continues," says reader.
See BC resort opens summer season with snowy surprise


Experts warn Chile volcano could explode again

24 Jun 11 - Ranchers concerned - 1.5 million livestock
grazing on ash-covered pastures.
See Experts warn Chile volcano could explode again


Ft Peck Dam 2 ft plus above max flood storage

23 Jun 11 - A record-setting year of moisture - including
record-shattering snowpack - has raised the reservoir to
its highest level ever.
See Ft Peck Dam 2 ft plus above max flood storage

 

New "Consensus" Predicts an Ice Age
By Alan Caruba
"Now the U.S. National Solar Observatory and the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory are suggesting that a new Little Ice Age is on its way.

"Robert W. Felix told them that back in 1997 while most U.S. climate agencies were still blathering away with global warming predictions...." See New "Consensus" Predicts an Ice Age


Breached levee near Fortescue MO
23 Jun 11 - Flash flood warning for west central
Holt County in northwest Missouri.
See spectacular
photos. And remember, lest the media somehow
"forgets" to mention it, this is a result of record-b
reaking snowpack in the mountains.

Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link
 

Summer in Dundee Scotland - 2011
24 Jun 11 - "I have never known of scenes like this in our city in the middle of June the day after midsummer," says reader.
See Summer in Dundee Scotland - 2011

130-year flood in Minot, N.D.
22 Jun 11 - Officials forecast that the river
will hit nearly 1,563 feet this weekend - far
surpassing the historical record of 1,558 feet
set in 1881.
See 130-year flood in Minot, N.D.

 

NASA scientist accused of advocating global warming to enrich himself
22 Jun 11 - Lawsuit accuses James Hansen of receiving more than $1.2 million from the very environmental organizations whose agenda he advocated.
See NASA scientist accused of advocating global warming to enrich himself


Snow in Colorado on Eve of Summer Solstice
20 Jun 11 - The calendar says summer. The snow
falling in the Colorado mountains tells a different story.
Thanks to S. J. Paulson and Benjamin Napier for this link
 

Ice, rather than fire, is the big threat - Must-see video
21 Jun 11 - WeatherBell.com's Joe Bastardi differs with mainstream media: Beware of a Mini Ice Age.
Ice rather than fire is the big threat

 

Author to speak at the Ice Age Flood Festival
I'll be giving a one-hour presentation on Saturday, June 25,
beginning at 2:30 p.m. If you're in the area, please join us.


Astrophysicist warns of very serious earthquake danger
On 14 June astrophysicist Piers Corbyn revealed that "the next
VERY SERIOUS earthquake and extreme weather period is
27th June to 2 July.

Astrophysicist warns of very serious earthquake danger

 

Volcanic ash buries Argentine villages – Amazing video
 
17 Jun 11 - "There's no electricity. No fresh water. Only tons of ash that doesn't seem to stop coming." 
See Volcanic ash circles globe - Buries Argentine villages


No signs Chile volcano easing - Could even increase

15  Jun 11 - Geologists say they are detecting no let-up in
the Puyehue volcano's emissions - could even increase.
See
No signs Chile volcano easing - Could even increase


Three more earless bunnies - Video
18 Jun 11 - Title on video tries to tie these
earless bunnies to Fukishima radiation.
I seriously doubt it.
See Three more earless bunnies



The Redemption of Robert Felix
16 June 11 - That's the title that George Ure gave
this article on his Urban Survival website yesterday.
NASA now admits to the possibility of a mini-Ice
Age within 10 years.  
See The Redemption of Robert Felix



Earthquake swarm in Katla volcano

17 Jun 11 - "The Icelandic earthquake map
is really lit up today," says reader, who thinks
"she is going to blow very soon!"
I'm not all that concerned.

See Earthquake swarm in Katla volcano



Bonfires on thick ice on the Thames

13 Jun 11 - "There were Frost Fairs held
on the Thames until 1814 where, because
the ice was so thick they could even set
bonfires," says reader.
See Bonfires on thick ice on the Thames

 

Earth may enter a Little Ice Age within a decade say US scientists
14 Jun 11 - "May be the science story of the century," says UK Register. Heavyweight US solar physicists say the Sun appears to be headed into hibernation, meaning that the Earth could be headed into a Little Ice Age. Earth may enter a Little Ice Age within a decade


Earthquakes strike Christchurch yet again

14 May 11 - "People are saying this is it for me," says
Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker.
Includes video.
See
Earthquakes strike Christchurch yet again


Swimming in volcanic ash from Puyehue Volcano -
Amazing video
16 Jun 11 - The normally clear water has been turned
into something that you might imagine on a totally different
planet - more like quicksand than water.

See Swimming in volcanic ash from Puyehue Volcano


Climategate - A 'Hockey-Stick of Errors'

By Climatologist Cliff Harris
14 Jun 11 - "Those of us who long suspected that the CRU and
other warming alarmists had ‘cooked up’ falsified historical climate
data to support a predetermined conclusion, were finally able to
look at the ‘hidden agenda.’"
See Climategate - A 'Hockey-Stick of Errors'

 

The Redemption of Robert Felix
By George Ure
16 June 11 - "There’s no way to count the number of emails I’ve received over the past several years since I started to mention the sound logic and science which Robert Felix put into his book Not by Fire but by Ice. See The Redemption of Robert Felix


Darwin bracing for lowest June temp on record

14 Jun 11 - The tropical northern Australian city is
bracing for its lowest June temperature on record
tomorrow morning.
See Darwin bracing for lowest June temp on record


Levee breaks on Iowa-Missouri border
13 Jun 11 - A breach about 30 feet wide in the
Missouri River levee triggers flash flood warning.
Floodwaters could reach I-29 within the day.
See
Levee breaks on Iowa-Missouri border


New earthquakes hammer Christchurch

13 Jun 11 - A series of earthquakes shook
the quake-weary city of Christchurch today,
collapsing at least one building.
See New earthquakes hammer Christchurch


Ash cloud spreads from erupting volcano in Eritrea
13 Jun 11 - The Nabro volcano in the Northern Red Sea
Region of Eritrea has erupted sending an ash plume high
into the sky and disrupting air traffic across eastern Africa.
See
Ash cloud spreads from erupting volcano In Eritrea


Chile volcanic ash strands 30,000 in Australia and NZ  
12 Jun 11 - Tens of thousands of passengers in Australia
and New Zealand stranded as airlines ground flights in and
out of Melbourne. Marooned passengers scramble for hotel
rooms as they contemplate lengthy delays.
See
Chile volcanic ash strands 30,000 in Australia and NZ


Strong earthquakes and volcanic eruption in Eritrea

13 Jun 11 - Still no official reports, but satellite photos
show a large volcanic plume.
See
Strong earthquakes and volcanic eruption in Eritrea


 

Obama Killing the Economy One Day at a Time
By Alan Caruba
"You have to be stupid to cling to a completely debunked “global warming” hoax..." See Obama Killing the Economy One Day at a Time

Snowbird snowpack 525 percent of normal
11 Jun 11 - "There are places on the mountain
that will probably retain snow all summer long."
That's how ice ages begin!

See Snowbird snowpack 525 percent of normal


728 percent of normal snowpack on Mammoth Mountain

10 Jun 11 - At end of May it still had twice as much snow as
during an entire normal winter.
See
728 percent of normal snowpack on Mammoth Mountain


Missouri River - Second 500-year flood in 15 years -
Could continue through mid August

10 Jun 11 - Residents prepare for record flooding from
Montana through Missouri after heavy rains and melting
record snowpack.
See Missouri River - Second 500-year flood in 15 years



Snow in the UK in June!

10 Jun 11 - "Days before the start of Wimbledon."
Thanks to many in the UK for this link.
See Snow in the UK in June!


 

Harsh winter caused by planetary motion and low solar activity
9 Jun 11 - Geophysicist Dr Víctor Manuel Velasco says last winter's harsh conditions were similar to those of the 'little ice age.'
See Harsh winter caused by planetary motion and low solar activity

 

Chile volcano grounds air traffic again today - Eruption could continue for weeks
9 Jun 11 -
Meanwhile, a long-time resident of Chile says eruption is "no big deal."
See
Chile volcano grounds air traffic again today


Anthropogenic global warming a huge costly fraud,
says
climatologist

6 Jun 11 - "A clever deception put forth by those attempting
to impose a centralized, worldwide socialistic form of government
headed by an empowered United Nations.... It’s a massive fraud
in my opinion, a LIE, pure and simple." See

Anthropogenic global warming a huge costly fraud, says climatologist

 

Alaskan glacier advancing 10 feet per day
7 Jun 11 - Largest tidewater glacier in North America could block Russell Fjord.
See
Alaskan glacier advancing 10 feet per day


Chilean volcano dumps massive amounts of ash/rock on Bariloche - Short video
- 6 Jun 11 - Looks more like white rocks than ash. See Chilean volcano dumps massive amounts of ash/rock on Bariloche


Dr Velasco has a sense of humor
9 Jun 11 - Last week I posted an article about
Dr Victor Manuel Velasco, who says we're headed
into a mini ice age. In that article I called him by the
wrong name. Yesterday, I received this very
gracious note from Dr. Velasco.

See Dr Velasco has a sense of humor


A foot of new snow in French Alps
7 Jun 11 - "How very bizarre our weather has
been all this year. It not so unusual to see a little
snow at some point during the spring or summer
months, but 30cm is unheard of."
See A foot of new snow in French Alps

 

Video - Earless bunny born near Fukushima nuclear power plant
8 Jun 11 - People wonder if mutant human babies could be next. See
Earless bunny born near Fukushima nuclear power plant


 

Snow in Namibia
8 Jun 11 - "Can you believe that it snowed in Namibia yesterday!" writes reader in South Africa. Today will be even colder.
See Snow in Namibia

 

1,730 New Record Lows for May 2011
7 Jun 11 - Records broken in 41 states.
See 1,730 New Record Lows for May 2011



When all hell breaks loose: Lightning tears sky apart above glowing Chilean volcano - 6 Jun 11 - See incredible photos

 

Summer snow in Hawaii - Short video
5 Jun 11 - Storm drops several inches of snow on Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, "a relatively rare sight in June."
See Summer snow in Hawaii


Chains required on I-80 this morning
6 Jun 11 - And on 395 in Carson City - which is not
even in the mountains!
See Chains required on I-80 this morning


 

Volcanic chaos continues for 2nd day - See great video
5 Jun 11 - Chile volcano tears 10-mile-long rift into the earth's crust. Skies over Argentina turn to night. Fears are that this could drive temperatures lower. See Volcanic chaos continues for 2nd day


Volcano near Mexico City blasts ash 2 miles high

3 Jun 11 - Popocatepetl volcano blasts spectacular
plume of ash 2 miles into the sky, its 5th eruption since
yesterday morning. See
Volcano near Mexico City blasts ash 2 miles into the sky


Winter Weather Advisory for California - In June!
5 Jun 11 - Urgent - The National Weather Svc in Reno
has issued a winter weather advisory above 7500 ft for snow.
See Winter Weather Advisory for California - In June!
 

Floods feared across West as record snow melt fills dams
2 Jun 11 - States across the West brace for major flooding once
a record mountain snowpack starts melting and sending water
gushing into rivers, streams and low-lying communities.
See Floods feared across West as record snow melt fills dams


Vikings arrived in Greenland during warm period like today

30 May 11 - Like today! Maybe we're not experiencing
"unprecedented" global warming as the would-be dictators
at the U.N. would have us believe.

See Vikings arrived in Greenland during warm period like today

 

Eminent geophysicist - World on verge of 'mini ice age'
1 June 11 - "Similar to the 'little ice age' experienced by
Europe from 1300 to 1800 A.D." 
See Eminent geophysicist says world on verge of mini ice age



California - Wet weekend to shatter rainfall records

3 Jun 11 -  "It might even be as wet as it was 127 years
ago when residents were driving horse-and-buggies."

With record snowpack in the mountains, this is the
last thing Sacramento needs
.  
See California - Wet weekend to shatter rainfall records
 

Romney buys into global warming scam
4 Jun 11 - Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney admits that he has bought into the global warming scam - as temperatures fall.
Just quit, Mitt. Just quit.

See Romney buys into global warming scam

Temperatures over the past 10,500 years


Mt Washington, B.C. will open for skiing June 18 and 19
3 Jun 11 - "Looks like Mt Washington had another record year
for snow fall and snow base," says reader Steven Rowlandson. 
See Mt Washington BC open for skiing June 18-19



Snow in NW Italy - Not happened in 80 years

"Today 1st June 2011 in the northwestern part of
Italy we have snow under 1000 meters as not
happened in 80 years."
See Snow in NW Italy - Not happened in 80 years



Squaw Valley to reopen for summer skiing on July 2
3 Jun 11 -

Thanks to Kenneth Lund and Jeff Evan for this link


On the verge of a mini ice age
2 Jun 11 - Yesterday I wrote about Dr. Víctor
Manuel Velasco Herrera, an eminent geophysicist
who maintains that the world is on the verge of a
mini ice age. I need to correct his name.
See On the verge of a mini ice age



Vikings arrived in Greenland during warm period like today
30  May 11 - Like today! Maybe we're not experiencing "unprecedented" global warming as the would-be dictators
at the U.N. would have us believe.

See Vikings arrived in Greenland during warm period like today

 

Global Warming Charlatans Feel the Heat
By Alan Caruba
30 May 11 - "It is estimated that $100 billion of taxpayer’s funding went to support “climate research” by thousands of scientists who, it turned out, were unable to find ....
See Global Warming Charlatans Feel the Heat

Coldest May on record for Darwin
31 May 11 - Darwin and other parts of Northern
Australia have just endured their coldest May on
record. Not just one day, mind you, but the
entire bloody month.

See Coldest May on record for Darwin


Melbourne - Coldest May in 41 years
31 May 11 - "With cloudy skies adding to
the teeth-chattering temperatures."
See Melbourne - Coldest May in 41 years



Make that 1200 tons of dead fish -

Caused by a temperature drop

30 May 11 - More than 800 tons of fish
have died and rotted on fish farms in a lake
near Taal volcano. Another 400 tons have
died in other towns.
See Make that 1200 tons of dead fish



Italian Seismologist Charged With Manslaughter
for Not Predicting Quake
- 27 May 11 - Shocked
USGS spokesman likens accusations to a witch hunt.
See Italian Seismologist Charged With Manslaughter
for Not Predicting Quake



12 to 18 inches of snow for Montana

29 May 11 - Winter storm warning. Heavy
snow expected over the Crazy Mtns, the
Beartooth/Absaroka Mtns, and NE Big
Horn Mtns today through Monday.
Whiteout conditions possible.
See 12 to 18 inches of snow for Montana

 

Squaw Valley - Most snow in recorded history
29 May 11 - Over 700 inches of total snow accumulation--
something that has never happened in Squaw Valley's recorded
history, crows the Squaw Valley USA website.
See
Squaw Valley - Most snow in recorded history
 

Record snowpack spoils Memorial Day plans across West - 27 May 11 - Epic snowpack in parts of CO, UT, WY, MT, ID, Oregon, WA and CA. Skiing great. Camping lousy to non-existent. See Record snowpack spoils Memorial Day plans across West


Aspen - More snow on Memorial Day than
on New Years Day
- 28 May 11 - "Aspen Mountain
(Colorado) will reopen for skiing this weekend with a
better base depth of snow on Memorial Day than it had
on New Year's Day."
See
Aspen - More snow on Memorial Day than on New Years Day
 

700 tons of dead fish  
29 May 11 - Volcano heats Taal Lake. Seven hundred tons! That's 1,400,000 lbs. of dead fish! That's 635,000 kg of dead fish! This should read 1,543,235 lbs. and 700,000 kg. See comments from reader in Argentina.
See 700 tons of dead fish 


Washington - Crystal Mountain breaks
all-time snowfall record - Again

28 May 11 - Second time in 11 years.
Washington - Crystal Mountain breaks
all-time snowfall record - Again



Shocking before-and-after images of Joplin tornado
26 May 11 - Worth the load time
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link


More snow for Sierras and Cascades
24 May 11 - Winter weather advisory. More late season
snow for the southern Cascade and northern Sierra Mountains.
See
More snow for Sierras and Cascades


The mighty NY Times:
Record snowpack threatens western states

23 May 11 - Blizzard-filled winter and unusually
cold and wet spring leaves record snowpack at
more than 90 measuring sites from Montana to
New Mexico and California to Colorado.
It must
have pained the New York Times to speak of
this record snowpack. They'd much rather talk
of global warming.
See
Mighty NY Times - Record snowpack threatens western states

 

Chicago preps for permanent heat wave – as temps plummet
22 May 11 – Climate scientists say that Chicago will feel more like Baton Rouge than a Northern metropolis before the end of this century. City planners believe them!
See Chicago preps for permanent heat wave – as temps plummet


Largest Grimsvotn eruption in a century - Fantastic photos
24 May 11 - Specialists assume that the eruption in the Grimsvötn
volcano will continue to be forceful in coming days, accompanied
by significant ash fall.
See Largest Grimsvotn eruption in a century

 

Historic snowpack brings historic flood threat for West
21 May 11 – Yesterday as I drove east from Libby, Montana,
I kept seeing lakes that didn’t appear on my map. Then I noticed
miles fence posts with only 2, 3, 4 inches of their tops poking out
of the newly formed lakes.
See Historic snowpack brings historic flood threat for West



Up to 3 feet of snow in Wyoming

20 May 11 - Winter storm warning until noon Friday
across much of the western and central Wyoming
mountains and foothills.
See Up to 3 feet of snow in Wyoming

 

Iceland Grimsvotn volcano erupts – Spurs 50 quakes
21 May 11 - Iceland's most active volcano, Grimsvotn, has started erupting, throwing a plume of white smoke about 9 miles into the air.
See Iceland Grimsvotn volcano erupts – Spurs 50 quakes


One-and-a-half feet of snow for Colorado

18 May 11 - National Weather Svc Denver, Colorado -
Winter storm warning... Total snowfall may reach one
and a half feet.
See One-and-a-half feet of snow for Colorado
 

Reader thinks Carolina Bays have glacial origin
18 May 11 - Implicates glacial kettles and kettle lakes. See Reader thinks Carolina Bays have glacial origin


144 quakes at Mt. Bulusan in last 24 hours  
17 May 11 - Also six quakes each at both Taal and
Mayon Volcanoes.
See 144 quakes at Mt. Bulusan in last 24 hours 


Record low temps in Southern California  
17 May 11 - Long Beach, UCLA, Lancaster, Camarillo.
See Record low temps in Southern California
 

Greenland Temperatures Falling  
15 May 11- Along with temps in Lake Tahoe, Glacier National Park, Yellowstone, and many other locations.
See Greenland Temperatures Falling


Dayton - One of the coldest mid-May days in modern time
 
17 May 11 - Record coldest high temperature.
See
Dayton - One of the coldest mid-May days in modern time 


More than 800 new record lows for May

17 May 11 - Only the 17th, and more than 800
new record lows have already been set in the U.S.
for the month of May.
See More than 800 new record lows for May 


Up to 2 ft of snow possible - Sierra Nevada
16 May 11 - Winter storm warning above 6,000
feet for heavy snow and strong winds.
See Up to 2 ft of snow possible - Sierra Nevada



Lake Tahoe California Winter Alert
15 May 11 - Two to four inches of snow over the next 36 hours.


Historic flood - Up to 25 ft of water to swamp 3000 sq miles
14 May 11 - Could submerge about 7,770 sq km under as much
as 7.5 meters of water - higher that the roof tops!
See
Historic flood-Up to 25 ft of water to swamp 3000 sq miles


Surprise frost in Czech Republic seriously damages fruit crops
13 May 11 - Latest estimates put damage at 37 percent of all fertile
orchards in the Czech Republic. See
Surprise frost in Czech Republic seriously damages fruit crops


Aussie Cold Snap

12 May 11 - Unseasonable cold from Tasmania to the
northern tropics, affecting almost every state and territory.
See Aussie Cold Snap



No Joke - Snow in Lake Tahoe

14 May 11 - Could affect Amgen bike tour of California.
See No Joke - Snow in Lake Tahoe

 

Newt Gingrich - Feet to the Global Warming Fire
13 May 11 - "Claims to be a conservative firebrand, but when it comes to global warming, he's almost as liberal as Jon Huntsman," Obama's former envoy to China.

See Newt Gingrich - Feet to the Global Warming Fire


Maunder Minimum—Headed for a replay in 2020?
The Great Frost Devastated Europe from Italy to Iceland
9 May 11 - Our recent temperature surge compares all too
well with a similar strong temperature surge from AD 1688–1738.
See
Maunder Minimum—Headed for a replay in 2020?


Early snow in New South Wales, Australia

12 May 11 - The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting more snow for the New South Wales southern alps tonight.
See Early snow in New South Wales, Australia



Unusual snow in Peru

11 May 11 - Reader in Peru reports far more snow
on top of the highest mountains in Bolivia and Peru
than in the past few years.
See Unusual snow in Peru


Gingrich announces candidacy - Barf

11 May 11 - Says global warming is real, that
humans have con-tributed to it, and that 'we
should address it very actively.' Barf.
See Gingrich announces candidacy - Barf

 

Gore had Cause and Effect Reversed
By Ashworth, Nahle and  Schreuder
10 May 11 - In "Inconvenient Truth," Al Gore conveniently separated the temperature and CO2 graphs so you could not see which came first. Alas, the Vostok Ice Core graph shows that warming came first, then the spike in CO2.
See Gore had Cause and Effect Reversed

 

Earthquake rocks southern Spain
11 May 11 - At least 10 people killed and dozens injured after 5.3 earthquake topples buildings in southern Spain. See Earthquake rocks southern Spain


Italians evacuate Rome over earthquake fears

11 May 11 - Italians are fleeing Rome over a 1915
prediction that a giant earthquake will strike the region today.
See Italians evacuate Rome over earthquake fears
 

Iceagenow.com is proud to co-sponsor this important event again this year. See ICCC-6


Up to 2 feet of snow for Montana
8 May 11 - Heavy snowfall expected at higher
elevations across central Montana.
See Up to 2 feet of snow for Montana
 

New Earthquake swarm at Yellowstone
6 May 11 - Earthquake swarm at Yellowstone. Twenty-six quakes so far. See New Earthquake swarm at Yellowstone

Update - 3.3 shallow quake today
8
May 11 - Now 28 quakes so far.


Record snowfall at Mt. Bachelor - and counting
8 May 11 - Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort, Oregon. The
previous record of 606 inches has been eclipsed - and
still counting.
See Record snowfall at Mt. Bachelor - and counting


Unstoppable Solar Cycles

6 May 11 - Astrophysicist Dr. Willie Soon and Climatologist
Dr. David Legates provide an easy-to-follow review of current
climate science, which suggests that the sun's irregular patterns
and other natural forces are the major sources of climate change.
See
Unstoppable Solar Cycles


Oregon highway still buried beneath 30 feet of snow

6 May 11 - The Oregon Department of Transportation
says McKenzie Pass isn't going to reopen any time soon.
See Oregon highway still buried beneath 30 feet of snow



Snow for Hawaii - In May!

5 May 11 - Winter Weather Advisory from NOAA.
Snow for the next 6 days.
See Snow for Hawaii - In May
 

Worst flooding in southern Quebec in 150 years
5 May 11 - On Sunday, the water level of Lake Champlain
reached 31.3 meters (103 ft 8 inches), the highest in 150 years.
See Worst flooding in southern Quebec in 150 years



How's this for unbridled arrogance? -
Let's impose a tax on carbon

4 May 11 - Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson wants
President Obama to promote an economy-wide cap-and-trade
program and a carbon tax. "And if Congress fails to do either of
those, EPA must plow ahead with climate change."
See How's this for unbridled arrogance?


Quebec asks military for help - 2100 houses flooded

4 May 11 - Quebec Premier asks military to help flood
victims as Richelieu River overruns several communities
south of Montreal.
See Quebec asks military for help - 2100 houses flooded

 

Volcano heats high-mountain lake to 108 degrees
3 May 11 - Now imagine what a few thousand underwater volcanoes could do to the oceans.
See Volcano heats high-mountain lake to 108 degrees


Record long, cold winter brings record wildlife die-offs
1 May 11 - Elk, deer, moose, all perished in record numbers
this winter in parts of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. Deaths
number in the tens of thousands.
See Record long cold winter brings record wildlife die-offs



Lake Champlain - Record-shattering flooding
5 May 11 - Record-shattering flooding is occurring
along Lake Champlain in Vermont, New York and
Quebec. Records date back to at least the middle
1800s. This flood eclipses them all.
See Lake Champlain - Record-shattering flooding

 

Honeybees may have lost their magnetic compasses and vanished
By Cliff Harris
4 May 11 - A beekeeper friend said "remember the three-foot, three-mile rule" when it comes to bees." They LIVE BY it, or DIE by it."
See Honeybees may have lost their magnetic compasses


Record Snowfall Near Whitefish, Montana

30 Apr 11 - Snowfall 175 percent of normal
See
Record Snowfall Near Whitefish, Montana
 

Snow arrived in Warsaw - Great winter may attack - Thousands of homes without power
4 May 11 - Robert, You won't believe what we are having in Poland now. It snows as it was winter! The situation is really catastrophic!
See
Snow arrived in Warsaw - Great winter may attack


Record-setting cold April in Seattle

30 Apr 11 - The coldest April since records began in 1891.
See Record-setting cold April in Seattle



Another blizzard warning for North Dakota

29 Apr 11 - Up to 9 inches of snow and 50 mph winds.
See Another blizzard warning for North Dakota

 

Blizzards strike Saskatchewan and Manitoba
30 Apr 11 - A powerful late-season storm brings
a return to winter weather for much of Manitoba
and Saskatchewan.
See Blizzards strike Saskatchewan and Manitoba



Today's snow shocks Idaho capital

29 Apr 11 - Unseasonably cold spring in Boise.
See Today's snow shocks Idaho capital


One of the most devastating tornado outbreaks in U.S. history
28 Apr 11 - Storms of near-epic proportions kill at least 272
people in six states. (Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link)


Tungurahua volcano erupts - Ecuador on alert

28 Apr 11 - Ecuador declared a national alert after
Tungurahua began spewing lava down its flanks and
into mountain settlements and villages.
See Tungurahua volcano erupts - Ecuador on alert

 

Two Kamchatka volcanoes spew ash
29 Apr 11 – RIA Novosti reported that "reindeer were leaving their normal habitat because their usual winter food supply of moss was buried beneath a thick crust of ash-covered snow."
See Two Kamchatka volcanoes spew ash


Up to 20 inches of snow expected in Montana

29 Apr 11 - Winter storm warning above 4000 feet
See Up to 20 inches of snow expected in Montana


Record snow levels - Steamboat Springs, CO

27 Apr 11 - The snow at the summit of Buffalo Pass
never has been deeper.
Some areas as much as 171
percent of average.
See Record snow levels - Steamboat Springs, CO


Mt Shasta ski area - Most snow ever
27 Apr 11 - "Too much snow," says marketing manager.
See Mt Shasta ski area - Most snow ever


Snowbird Ski Resort breaks its all-time snowfall record
27 Apr 11 - Utah snowpacks at least 180 percent of normal.
Snowbird reports total season snowfall of 690 inches - 57½ feet.
See Snowbird Ski Resort breaks its all-time snowfall record



Seattle on pace to shatter record for coldest April
26 Apr 11 - Also should set record for fewest 60 degrees days.
See Seattle on pace to shatter record for coldest April


Devils Lake, N.D., nearly quadruples in size -
Is Glacial Lake Agassiz recharging itself?
 
25 Apr 11 - Devils Lake, North Dakota is a "a slow-growing
monster: a huge lake that has steadily expanded over the last
20 years, swallowing up thousands of acres, hundreds of
buildings and at least two towns in its rising waters.
See Devils Lake ND nearly quadruples in size


The climate is changing alright - but it's getting colder
22 Apr 11 - "Our government is in the process of imposing
strict controls to reduce greenhouse gases in hopes of staving
off global warming even though earth's atmosphere is cooling,"
says  Professor Emeritus Neil Snyder.
See The climate is changing alright - but it's getting colder

 

A different origin for hydrocarbons - No ancient swamp sludge involved
24 Apr 11 - New research reveals how hydrocarbons may be formed from methane deep in the Earth at extremepressures and temperatures.

See A Different Origin for Hydrocarbons


More Evacuated near Taal Volcano in Philippines

Lake temps rise to 88.7°F
20 Apr 11 - With 13 volcanic earthquakes in the past
24 hours, more people have been evacuated from towns
near Taal volcano.
More Evacuated near Taal Volcano in Philippines



Snow is falling, snow is falling, snow is falling down

20 Apr 11 - A sixth-grader in Idaho is sick of the snow,
sick of the snow, sick of the snow falling down. Read his poem.
Snow is falling, snow is falling, snow is falling down


Cold weather destroying ozone in the Arctic
13 April 2011 -
BBC ever so subtly tries to blame humans.
MSNBC uses a hammer
.
See Cold weather destroying ozone in the Arctic



Record Late Snowfall in Green Bay -
Most seasonal snowfall since 1889

19 Apr 11 - Record late snowfall, not only in
Green Bay, but in several other Wisconsin cities.
See Record Late Snowfall in Green Bay

 

Sawtooth Dynamics -
Life vs Ice Ages

18 Apr 11 - Graph from world-renowned mathematical professor showing sawtooth cycle of ice ages and life.
See Sawtooth Dynamics - Life vs Ice Ages


Food prices soaring, says World Bank

14 Apr 11 - World food prices are 36% above
levels of a year ago, the bank said.
See Food prices soaring, says World Bank

 

Life probable on any wet rocky planet
20 Apr 11 - Hydrothermal vents  explain the origin of life, says Nick Lane, Ph.D., of London's University College. Life probable on any wet rocky planet


More earthquakes pound Japan
17 Apr 11 - The Honshu area of Japan has
already had 14 earthquakes today, ranging
from magnitude 4.4 to 4.9. These came on
top of yesterday's magnitude-5.6 and 5.58.
 

Two more quakes for Hawthorne, NV
17 Apr 11 - These come in addition to the hundreds of other temblors during the past two weeks.
See Two more quakes for Hawthorne, NV


Manitoba battling "unprecedented" flooding

16 Apr 11 - More than 700 roads either shut down
or restricted because of flood waters. "Ancient Lake
Aggasiz is fast filling up," says reader.

See Manitoba battling unprecedented flooding
 

Nevada earthquake swarm has experts concerned
15 Apr 11 - Hundreds of earthquakes SW of Hawthorne, Nevada, since Sunday - near the Long Valley Supervolcano.
See Nevada Earthquake Swarm has Experts Concerned

 

Long Valley Caldera
A 15- by 30-km oval-shaped depression about 20 km south of Mono Lake along the east side of the Sierra Nevada in east-central California.
See Long Valley Supervolcano


Blizzard warning - Nebraska

14 Apr 11 - The National Weather Svc in
North Platte, NE has issued a blizzard warning
for the Central Plains tonight through Friday.
See Blizzard warning - Nebraska

 

Strong explosive eruption - Bezymianny volcano on Kamchatka
14 Apr 11 - With ash to at least 33,000 feet, this could affect climate, says meteorologist Joe Bastardi. See Strong explosive eruption - Bezymianny volcano on Kamchatka


Heavy snowfall blankets eastern Turkey
- Farmers concerned
12 Apr 11 - The snowfall has been increasing and spreading across
the region, leading to closure of 111 roads and bringing daily life to a
standstill in most eastern provinces.
See Heavy snowfall blankets eastern Turkey
 

Snow hits Australia two months early
12 Apr 11 - With the official start to the ski
season still two months away, snow continues
falling across Mt Buller today.
See Snow hits Australia two months early
 

Canada wettest since 1970s - Crop planting delayed
6  Apr 11 - "Snow is still piled deep on Humphrey Banack's
Camrose, Alberta grain farm at a time when he's usually tuning
up his tractor for planting."
See Canada wettest since 1970s - Crop planting delayed



Delayed planting a warning of what is to come
By Norm Kalmanovitch
11 Apr 11 - "Unlike global warming, which extends growing
seasons, global cooling, which started in 2002, will shorten
growing seasons for at least the next two decades."
See Delayed planting a warning of what is to come
 

Another strong earthquake strikes Japan
11 Apr 11 - Exactly one month after Japan's
worst disaster since World War II, comes yet
another jarring reminder of that terrible earthquake
and tsunami - a magnitude 7.1.
See Another strong earthquake strikes Japan

 

Earthquake off
Oregon coast

12 Apr 11 - A magnitude 4.3 - almost exactly three years after an unusual swarm of 600 quakes struck near the same area.
See
Earthquake off Oregon coast


A foot of snow for northern Arizona

8 Apr 11 - It may be spring, but winter storm
warnings and advisories are in effect for parts
of northern and eastern Arizona.
See A foot of snow for northern Arizona

USGS Seismic Map
Interactive - Updated daily
USGS Seismic Map

Cold weather may delay Georgia shrimp season
9 Apr 11 - Regulators could delay the start of Georgia's
shrimp season because lethally cold weather may have
killed a large number of shrimp and seatrout.
See Cold weather may delay Georgia shrimp season



Heavy snowfall in Russia
9 Apr 11 - Heavy snowfall hit Moscow late Friday,
said this article on Itar-Tass. It may be spring, but...
See Heavy snowfall in Russia


Exploring underwater volcanoes near New Zealand
9 Apr 11 - Scientists will explore five major submarine
volcanoes for mineral deposits and hydrothermal activity.
I wonder how much heat these submarine volcanoes are
pumping into the seas?
See Exploring underwater volcanoes near New Zealand



Sixty earthquakes in Yellowstone
8 Apr 11 - "Yesterday the quakes in Yellowstone were
up to 50 and 55 count and I assumed they would soon stop,
but no, now it is at 60," says reader Karen Russell. 
"Wonder what is about to boil over?"
See Sixty earthquakes in Yellowstone



Major earthquake danger period 6-9th April, says astrophysicist -
Western US "probably more vulnerable than for decades"

5 Apr 11 - "We expect an increase in the serious M6.0 and above
quakes in quake vulnerable locations around the world such as the
Pacific 'Ring of fire', says astrophysicist Piers Corbyn. See
Major earthquake danger period 6-9th April, says astrophysicist
 

Two huge Japanese quakes, not one?
Also unreported activity in Missouri
Is the USGS censoring earthquake activity?
8 Apr 11 - There has been a BIG increase in earthquakes, says astrophysicist Piers Corbyn. "But (the) USGS is not showing actual observed new quakes."
See Two huge Japanese quakes, not one?


Strong Earthquake Strikes Veracruz, Mexico
7 Apr 11 - A 6.5 earthquake shook southern Mexico
today, including parts of Mexico City. Mexico's state-
owned power company, which has a nuclear power
plant near Veracruz, said that the earthquake did not
damage any of its plants.
See Strong Earthquake Strikes Veracruz, Mexico


Japan hit by 7.1-magnitude earthquake
7 Apr 11 - The strongest of more than 1,000
aftershocks since the initial March 11 quake,
except for a 7.9 aftershock that same day.
See Japan hit by strong earthquake



Prepare for Ice Age Now, says top paleoclimatologist

By Terrence Aym
28 Mar 11 - "Can Mankind stop it? No. Just as humanity
cannot affect the long term climate of the planet, neither can
it stop an Ice Age from happening. The climate is primarily
driven by the sun."
See Prepare for Ice Age Now says top paleoclimatologist

 

Disputing Darwin
By Alan Caruba
10 Feb 11 - Darwin’s theories of evolution were quite revolutionary in his time. And since! Even Darwin, had he ever known about magnetic reversals would have had to revise his theories.
See Disputing Darwin


Colder Than Normal March Worldwide

6 Apr 11 - Lower than normal global average
temperatures last month made it the coolest
March since 1999, says atmospheric scientist
Dr. John Christy.
See Colder Than Normal March Worldwide

 

Glaciers growing on Mt. Shasta - Record snowfall to spur even more growth
28 Mar 11 - The media has done a great job of covering this up, but the fact is that all seven glaciers on California’s Mount Shasta are growing. See Glaciers growing on Mt. Shasta


Japan volcano blows its stack (video)
5 Apr 11 - Sakurajima volcano is at it again.
Thanks to Wanda for this link
 

A reminder of how powerful electromagnetic forces can be
7 Apr 11 - An active filament of solar magnetism some124,000 miles (200,000 km) across - far, far larger than the earth - snakes across the sun.
See A reminder of how powerful electromagnetic forces can be


End Government-Funded Research on Global Warming, says expert

1 Apr 11 - Forecasting expert calls on Congress to cease funding global warming research, says the IPCC violated 81% of 89 relevant forecasting principles.
See End Government-Funded Research on Global Warming, says expert


No sign of Mt. Fuji erupting say experts - Others wonder

3 Apr 11 - Although a large earthquake (mag 6.2) occurred
under Mt Fujiyama on the 15th of March, experts insist that
there is no sign of an imminent eruption. Other experts wonder. 
See No sign of Mt. Fuji erupting say experts - Others wonder


Concern that Mt. Baekdu in Korea could erupt
Also concern about 13 dormant volcanoes in Japan
29 Mar 11 - Pointing to "strange signs," scientists warn that
Mt. Baekdu, a 9,002 foot volcano on the border between
North Korea and China, could erupt in four to five years.
See Concern that Mt. Baekdu in Korea could erupt


If we cut our emissions today, temperatures
will not drop for 1000 years
- Audio
29 Mar 11 - Hilarious if it weren't so scary.
"A lot of people are waking up to this scam."
See
If we cut our emissions today - temperatures will not drop for 1000 years


More than 120 ships trapped in heavy ice in Gulf of Finland

28 Mar 11 - That number is growing by 20 ships every day, the
St. Petersburg seaport administration said today.
See
More than 120 ships trapped in heavy ice in Gulf of Finland


Earth Hour celebrates ignorance, poverty and backwardness

26 Mar 11 - "I abhor Earth Hour," says professor Ross McKitrick.
"Abundant, cheap electricity has been the greatest source of human
liberation in the 20th century." 
See Earth Hour celebrates ignorance, poverty and backwardness



Disaster in Thailand - 34 inches of rain in 4 days
30 Mar 11 - Flash floods sweep through eight provinces in
southern Thailand. The area typically gets 2 inches (51 mm)
of rain during the entire month of March.

See Disaster in Thailand - 34 inches of rain in 4 days
 

Against all Energy Anywhere
27 Mar 11 - Where Green policies will take us. Is this where you want to go? The communist paradise of North Korea is almost completely dark at night while just across the 38th parallel, South Korea is ablaze with light, energy, and a thriving economy.
See Against all Energy Anywhere

 

Thunderstorms Create Antimatter - Video
26 Mar 11 - Scientists  have detected beams of antimatter produced above thunderstorms on Earth, something never seen before.

See Thunderstorms Create Antimatter


Glasgow, Montana shatters snowfall record

23 Mar 11 - Old record broken almost two months ago
See Glasgow, Montana shatters snowfall record

 

Alpine Meadows California - New March Snowfall Record
27 Mar 11 - Season extended thru mid May.
See Alpine Meadows California - New March Snowfall Record


Extreme weather and earthquake danger imminent,
says astrophysicist

23 Mar 11 - Extreme weather and earthquake danger is imminent
around 23rd-27th March, warns astrophysicist Piers Corbyn.
See Extreme weather and earthquake danger imminent, says astrophysicist



Heavy snowfall in SW China - Panda food shortages feared

22 Mar 11 - The heaviest snow to hit southwest China's Sichuan
Province in 20 years may have caused food shortages for wild
giant pandas, a panda expert said Tuesday.
See Heavy snowfall in SW China - Panda food shortages feared

 

50 feet and growing
23 Mar 11 - R
ecord snowfall in California. More than 600 inches of snow so far. Fifteen 15 meters! Great photos.
See 50 feet and growing

 

Two more earthquakes in Myanmar
25 Mar 11 - One a magnitude 5.0, the other a 5.4.
See Two more earthquakes in Myanmar


Two strong earthquakes strike Myanmar

24 Mar 11 - Buildings sway 500 miles away. No tsunami.
See
Two strong earthquakes strike Myanmar


Colder weather in Thailand (supposedly) caused by global warming

23 Mar 11 - "Weather Department on Thursday said that the global
warming is the major cause of dropping of temperature in Thailand,"
says this article.
See Colder weather in Thailand-supposedly-caused by global warming
 

California's Alpine Meadows ski area closed again - Too much snow
25 Mar 11 - Their webcams tell the story. See
Alpine Meadows ski area closed again - Too much snow


Greenland much warmer in the past -
Once boasted butterflies & lush forests

20 Mar 11 – In a blow to AGW proponents,
new study shows that Greenland was once much
warmer than today.
See Greenland much warmer in the past -
Once boasted butterflies & lush forests


End of March - New England preps for big snowstorm

23 Mar 11 - “There is some plowing possible,” says meteorologist.
See End of March - New England preps for big snowstorm



Record snow at California ski resorts -
Several more feet on the way

21 Mar 11 - With the latest storm dropping feet of snow,
not mere inches, on California's Sierra in the last four days,
many ski resorts are setting new snowfall records.
Record snow at California ski resorts - Several more feet on the way



Record cold in Thailand and Vietnam
20 Mar 11 - Email from reader in Italy. Freak weather
conditions totally unexpected in a region that is supposed
to be embracing the hot season at this time of year.

See
Record cold in Thailand and Vietnam


Tahoe winter storm closes 2 major California highways

20 Mar 11 - A powerful storm brought more heavy snow to
the Sierra on Sunday, closing I-80 over Donner Summit, the
main link between Reno and northern California. With 50 feet
of snow so far this winter, some lift terminals at Boreal ski
resort are below the snow level.
See
Tahoe winter storm closes 2 major California highways


Geologist expects massive earthquake in Pacific NW

(Includes video)
19 Mar 11 - There's a high probability that the Pacific Northwest
gets hit next, says former USGS geologist Jim Berkland, adding
that
Mar 19-26 presents the top seismic window in years
See
Geologist expects massive earthquake in Pacific NW


Magnitude 4.4 earthquake - Vancouver Island, Canada
20 Mar 11 - Not exactly "massive," but there are still several
days remaining in Berkland's seismic window

Thanks to Alex V. in Canada for this link


Snow hampers Japan relief efforts
Much of area below freezing

17 Mar 11- Kids sleeping on the ground on nothing
but cardboard. No beds, no blankets, no warm clothing.
The harsh weather has
contributed to a severe fuel
shortage.
"In many places, the shops are empty and
there's nothing to buy because there is no fuel to deliver it."
See Snow hampers Japan relief efforts



Obama's Endless Energy Lies

By Alan Caruba
14 Mar 11 - "The President’s press conference on Friday
was a breathtaking example of his ability and willingness to
lie about America’s energy needs and reserves while
obfuscating his administration’s relentless attacks on
the nation’s coal and oil industries."

See Obamas Endless Energy Lies



Supermoon on Sat night will not trigger disaster, says NASA
(See video)

18 Mar 11 - "Mark your calendar. On March 19th, a full Moon of
rare size and beauty will rise in the east at sunset. It's a super "perigee
moon"--the biggest in almost 20 years."
See
Supermoon on Sat night will not trigger disaster, says NASA
 

North Cascades Hwy buried beneath 60 feet of snow
19 Mar 11 - Washington's North Cascades Hwy is buried beneath so much snow that road crews expect the latest opening in 20 years.
See North Cascades Hwy buried beneath 60 feet of snow


Indonesia volcano traps evacuees between lava flows
18 Mar 11 - It was not clear if the trapped people near Mount
Karangetang were still alive. (Thanks to Wanda for this link.)


Icebreakers freeing trapped ships in Gulf of Finland
15 Mar 11 - Ten icebreakers have been called in to free 160
ships trapped in the ice for several days near St. Petersburg,
Russia.The eastern Gulf of Finland has not seen such thick ice
since 1992.
See Icebreakers freeing trapped ships in Gulf of Finland

 

More massive earthquakes and tsunami to come, says astrophysicist
15 Mar 11 - "The massive Japan Earthquake and Tsunami were triggered by massive events on the Sun and there are more to come in the next two years," says astrophysicist Piers Corbyn.
See More massive earthquakes and tsunami to come, says astrophysicist


Meteorologist fears major volcanic eruption

14 Mar 11 - "Given the magnitude of the Japan
quake I fear that a major volcanic eruption is likely
sooner rather than later."
See Meteorologist fears major volcanic eruption

 

Quake activity off Baja Peninsula
17 Mar 11 - Twelve
temblors in past week. Three of them magnitude 5 or greater
See Quake activity off Baja Peninsula

Unusual snow just outside Mexico City
16 Mar 11 - Ajusco volcano, just outside Mexico City,
covered by ice/snow at the top. This is very unusual 5
days away from Spring.

See
Unusual snow just outside Mexico City

Mt. Washington breaks 2cm away from last year's record snow base
16 Mar 11 -
Includes webcam link.
Mt. Washington 2cm away from last year's record snow base
 

Three volcanoes erupt around same time as
Japan quake
- Will not be the only mountains to go
11 Mar 11 - These will not be the only mountains to go,
says meteorologist. "Other quakes worldwide will follow
as the worldwide faults get disturbed."
See
Three volcanoes erupt around same time as Japan quake


Environmentalists connect Japan quake to global warming -
Pathetic and despicable

11 Mar 11 - “An earthquake with an 8.9 magnitude struck Japan.
And some say climate change isn’t real?!”
See Environmentalists connect Japan quake to global warming


Japan - Largest quake in area in 1000 years - Dramatic video
11 Mar 11 - Reports tell of hundreds of people killed or missing,
but when you look at these videos you can't help but believe that
casualties will run into the thousands.
See Japan - Largest quake in area in 1000 years



Christchurch volcanoes could erupt sooner than thought

10 Mar 11 - New model shows that the reawakening of a so-
called "dormant" volcano could take place in just a few months.
See Christchurch volcanoes could erupt sooner than thought
 

Global Warming, R.I.P.
By Alan Caruba
12 Mar 11 - Consumers in the U.K. were recently told that by 2020 they will have to get used to having no electricity for periods during the day and night. This will put the U.K. on par with North Korea. The U.S. is not far behind. See Global Warming, R.I.P.


Strong Sulphur Smell After Christchurch Shake -
Sulphur Dust On Cars

9 Mar 11 - Resident tells of "a strong smell of sulphur across
Christchurch’s eastern suburbs" following the 7.1 earthquake.
See Strong Sulphur Smell After Christchurch Shake



Severe winter storm - Snow in Greece and Turkey

9 Mar 11 - A severe winter storm sweeps over much
of Greece and Turkey, disrupting travel, closing schools
and knocking out power.
See
Severe winter storm - Snow in Greece and Turkey


New boiling hot springs near Christchurch?
Sulphur emanating from harbour area?

9 Mar 11 - Reader tells of new boiling hot springs
in Lyttleton harbour and an unbearable stench of
sulphur emanating from the water.
See New boiling hot springs near Christchurch?




Israel gears up for major snowstorm
The snow, already falling on Mount Hermon, was
expected to spread to the Golan Heights and Galilee
by Wednesday night, with a light dusting in Jerusalem
on Thursday.


"The Russian article (below) came from
Sorcha Faal (Sucha Fool)
," says reader
Stephanie Relfe.
This site is quite insane. 
Part truth / part lie." (She's correct.)


Russian scientists predict mega-quakes
in the Americas in next two weeks
-
12 Mar 11 - Russian scientists warned today
that "the America’s are in danger of a mega-
quake of catastrophic proportions during the
next fortnight (14 days)." 
See Russian scientists predict mega-quakes in
the Americas in next two weeks


Colder nights in Costa Rica - Another
deceptive global warming article

8 Mar 11 - Sunday's front-page headline in the
Seattle Times
screams "Climate change takes
toll on coffee growers." Hidden amongst all the
rhetoric on page 12 it admits that nights in
Costa Rica are colder.
See Another deceptive global warming article

 

Temperatures warmer than today for almost all of the past 10,000 years
Has our planet been enduring unprecedented global warming (now coyly referred to as "climate change")? The facts do not bear that out.
See Temperatures warmer than today for almost all
of the past 10,000 years


Monster snowstorm hammers Quebec and New Brunswick -
"Greatly exceeds forecasts"

7 Mar 11 - Snowmobiles deployed to aid ambulances, people ski
down sidewalks, police order people to stay in their houses.
See Monster snowstorm hammers Quebec, New Brunswick -
"Greatly exceeds forecasts"



Biggest snowstorm of the year in Burlington, VT

7 Mar 11 - "I should never have sent the snowblower
picture," says George. Biggest storm of the year, still
snowing, airport closed until at least 5 PM, accum. so
far is 2'-0" and JUST beginning to slow down.
See Biggest snowstorm of the year in Burlington, VT

 

2,778 February snowfall records broken in US
4 Mar 11 - Many snowfall records standing more than
100 years were shattered this month. Includes list showing
the most significant daily records totaling 100 or more.
See 2,778 February snowfall records broken in US



Flip-flopping through the snowdrifts

2 Mar 11 - Children will be deprived of the fun
of sledding because the snow will be gone ... Uh ...
Wait ... Global warming means more snow.

NOAA, the EPA, the Union of Concerned
Scientists, all said we would see much less snow.
Now they're flip-flopping.
See
Flip-flopping through the snowdrifts


88 quakes in Christchurch during past 7 days
6 Mar 11 - Many in the magnitude-3.0 range, but
some as high as magnitude-4.3, 4.6, 4.8 and 4.9.
See
88 quakes in Christchurch during past 7 days


Record cold in Regina

1 Mar 11 - Regina, Saskatchewan - Tuesday afternoon's
high of -25C is the coldest daytime temperature in 130 years.
See correction. It was apparently the coldest March 1st
temperature in 130 years.
 
See Record cold in Regina
 

Snowing like crazy in Burlington right now - 6 Mar 11 - Forecasters expect 8 to 16 inches of snow.
Snowiest February on record in Burlington, VT
- 1 Mar 11 - Breaks old record set in 2008. Interesting that Burlington's two snowiest Februarys both occurred during the last three years. See Snowiest February on record in Burlington, VT


Comments on Christchurch earthquake - Volcanic?

28 Feb 11 - 5,196 earthquakes since Sep 4. Reader tells
of a strong smell of sulfur and yellow powder. Other comments
from readers, and one from me.
See Comments on Christchurch earthquake - Volcanic?



Arkansas - Largest earthquake in 35 years

1 Mar 11 - The Arkansas town of Greenbrier has
been plagued by more than 800 small earthquakes
in recent months. Last night residents awoke to the
largest quake to hit the state in 35 years.
See Arkansas - Largest earthquake in 35 years


Earthquake shakes New Zealand capital

1 Mar 11 - A magnitude 4.5 earthquake shakes
Wellington a week after much larger tremor
devastated Christchurch.
See Earthquake rocks New Zealand capital

 

Yet Another Western Storm to Bring Feet of Snow to Mtns
1 Mar 11 - Beginning late Tuesday night, yet another storm will
dump feet of snow along Western mountain ranges and passes.
See Yet Another Western Storm to Bring Feet of Snow to Mtns


 

Volcanic eruptions
driving prices higher

28 Feb 11 -
"Since late
November, Kizimen,
Sheveluch, Karymsky, and
Kliuchevskoi have been
erupting almost constantly.”
See
Volcanic eruptions
driving prices higher


Iceland - 800 earthquakes in one day

1 Mar 11 - One website reports 800 earthquakes
in one day on Iceland's Reykjanes Peninsula, while
another reports 400 in one day.
See Iceland - 800 earthquakes in one day

 

Engineer concurs - Christchurch could be
headed for volcanic eruption
 

24 Feb 11 - Subduction-zone volcanoes never go extinct, only dormant. Includes cities of Timaru, Oamaru and Dunedin.
See Engineer concurs - Christchurch could be headed for volcanic eruption


Record Low Temps Across Northwest

25 Feb 11 - Seattle breaks record 3 days in a row.
See
Record low temps across Northwest
 

Really rocking in Iceland
27 Feb 11 - Reykjanes ridge - earthquakes during the last 48 hours.
More than twenty in just the past 4 hours.
See Really rocking in Iceland


Northern Washington shatters numerous cold and snow records

24 Feb 11 - Including Spokane, Ephrata, Pullman and Wenatchee. 
Northern Washington shatters numerous cold and snow records


Record cold in coastal British Columbia
26 Feb 11- Including Cloverdale, Victoria, Abbotsford,
Squamish and Whistler. 
 
See Record cold in coastal British Columbia



Rare Snow for San Francisco, L.A. This Weekend
(Includes video)
 
- 25 Feb 11 - Extremely rare opportunities
for snow and unusual cold in San Francisco and Sacramento
tonight, even into some valleys around Los Angeles Saturday.

See Rare Snow for San Francisco, L.A. This Weekend


Interactive before and after photos of Christchurch
Use your cursor to slide vertical red line back and forth.
http://www.news.com.au/world/christchurch-cathedral-
before-and-after/story-e6frfl00-122601 0081646
Thanks to Cam McNaughton for this link
 

Is Christchurch headed for a volcanic eruption?
23 Feb 11 - When I first opened this email I laughed. How ridiculous. But then I learned that Banks Peninsula, just south of Christchurch, consists of two "extinct" volcanoes...
See Is Christchurch headed for a volcanic eruption?


22 states under winter storm/blizzard warnings
24 Feb 11 -
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link
     "So much for that groundhog," says Kenneth


Record-breaking cold - maybe snow - for Bay Area
24 Feb 11 - With temperatures forecast to be in the 20s
to lower 30s, the Bay Area could see record-breaking
cold temperatures by Sunday and downtown San
Francisco could see its first snowfall in 35 years.
See Record-breaking cold - maybe snow - for Bay Area


Huge quake hits Christchurch, NZ  
22 Feb 11 - Horror and chaos. Dead bodies lying around.
Houses all collapsing. Christchurch Airport closed. Cars
completely crushed. People trapped in buildings. Roads
completely torn up. Sewage coming up and flooding. Elderly
are all crying. Smells horrible. Not enough police or ambulances. 

See Huge quake hits Christchurch, NZ  


Author to appear in Portland
I'll be giving a presentation in Portland, Oregon on Feb 26.
I hope you can join us.

See Portland Preparedness Center Grand Opening



NOAA - Natural factors not AGW caused last year's snowy winter
21 Feb 11 - NOAA's Climate Scene Investigators (CSI) find no connection. So much for Al Gore's claims that 'increased heavy snowfalls are completely consistent with... man-made global warming.'  See
NOAA - Natural factors not AGW caused last year's snowy winter


India - Record snowfall revives 2,000 glaciers
 

17 Feb 11 - Already more snowfall this month than
1998 record for the entire month. Think you'll see
this in the mainstream media?

See India - Record snowfall revives 2,000 glaciers  
 

Deconstructing the global warming fraud
20 Feb 11 - A new book by 8 co-authors whose expertise ranges across climatology, meteorology, physics, and math, along with an expert in the legal aspects of the hoax...all  derided as “deniers” and “skeptics.” See Deconstructing the global warming fraud


Midwest digs out after another 19 inches  
22 Feb 11 - Minneapolis declares eighth snow
emergency of the season, the most ever in a single winter.
See Midwest digs out after another 19 inches



Philippines - Mt. Bulusan explodes (Short video)
21 Feb 11 - Two thousand residents around Mt. Bulusan
evacuated after the latest ash explosion this morning.
See Philippines - Mt. Bulusan explodes



House votes to block EPA power

18 Feb 11 -  "Foes of the Environmental Protection
Agency won a 249-176 vote to block the agency
from using its regulatory powers to curb greenhouse
gases. Yay!

See House votes to block EPA power


House votes to halt IPCC funding
19 Feb 11 - The House voted early this morning to block
all US contributions to the UN Intergovernmental Panel
on Climate Change (IPCC)
Double yay! 
See House votes to halt IPCC funding



Arkansas - More than 30 earthquakes since Sunday

17 Feb 11 - More than 700 temblors in the area in the
past six months - and the cause is unknown.
See Arkansas - More than 30 earthquakes since Sunday



Does my "tiresome anger" offend you?
17 Feb 11 - Reader says he/she agrees with
my work, but is turned off by my "tiresome anger."
What do you think? Would you take me more
seriously if I toned down my comments?
See Does my "tiresome anger" offend you?


Snowstorms Bury Western Mountain ranges

18 Feb 11 - A series of storms will continue dumping
snow on many Western mountain ranges into the weekend,
and to surprisingly low elevations.
See Snowstorms Bury Western Mountain ranges

 

I have not been able to corroborate this story from any other sources
Is Germany’s West Eifel volcanic field awakening?

15 Feb 11 -
Swarm of earthquakes in the area. Last erupted in sync with the ice-age cycle. A reader took this photo. The lake looks so benign!
See
Is Germany’s West Eifel volcanic field awakening?


South Korea chaos - Heaviest snowfall in a century -
More snow on the way

14 Feb 11 - Includes sad video of a deer trapped in the snow.
See South Korea chaos - Heaviest snowfall in a century -
More on the way

 

Energy Secretary Promises “Massive” Coal Plant Closures - 10 Feb 11 - White House agenda to bankrupt coal industry via EPA regulations accelerates. See Energy Secretary Promises “Massive” Coal Plant Closures

 

More Deep-Sea Volcanic Vents Discovered - But we still blame humans for heating the seas
14 Feb 11 -
This is the fourth set of hot springs to be discovered around Antarctica since 2009, suggesting that "deep-sea vents may be more common in our oceans than previously thought."
See More Deep-Sea Volcanic Vents Discovered


Frost Destroys Wheat Crop in Coahuila, Mexico

13 Feb 11 - Article tries to blame an "overheated world."
See Frost Destroys Wheat Crop in Coahuila, Mexico
 

More Earthquakes at Mount St. Helens
14 Feb 11 - Several temblors - including a 4.3-magnitude - follow an earthquake swarm just three weeks ago.
See More Earthquakes at Mount St. Helens

Waist-deep snowfall paralyzes South Korea
13 Feb 11 - Record-breaking snowfall pounds South Korea's east coast. Dozens of roofs collapse.
See Waist-deep snowfall paralyzes South Korea


Darwin Got it Wrong and It’s Not What You’re Thinking

23 Nov 08 - Here's a commentary about Magnetic Reversals
and Evolutionary Leaps
written by Alan Caruba. I'm both
humbled by it and proud at the same time. I hope you'll forward
this article to your friends.
See Darwin Got it Wrong and It’s Not What You’re Thinking


Oklahoma City shatters previous cold record
10 Feb 11 - This just in from Oklahoma City resident
Stew Stewart: "Oklahoma City's -5° this morning shattered
the its previous coldest February 10th record of plus 4° set
112 years ago in 1899.
See Oklahoma City shatters previous cold record


 


No signs of imminent eruption, says Iceland Met Office
9 Feb 11 - "Presently, there are no signs of an imminent volcanic
eruption in Iceland," says the Iceland Met Office web page, in
direct contradiction of today's article in the UK MailOnline.
See Iceland volcano set to erupt - Could dwarf last year's event
 

This may be wrong (See above)
Iceland volcano set to erupt - Could dwarf last year's event

8 Feb 11 - Scientists warn that Iceland's 2nd largest volcano looks set to erupt.
There is "every reason to worry," said Pall Einarsson, professor of geophysics at the University of Iceland.
See Iceland volcano set to erupt - Could dwarf last year's event


All-time state record for Oklahoma

10 Feb 11 - Minus 28F in Bartlesville - Tulsa ties city record
See All-time state record for Oklahoma

 

Glaciers growing in Italy
8 Feb 11 - Glaciers are growing on two different mountains in Italy -
Mount Canin and Mount Montasio. Will you see this in the main-stream media?
Glaciers growing in Italy


Alarm and fear in Italy - Seismic swarm in Naples

8 Feb 11 - The Campi Flegrei caldera is a supervolcano.
Its last major eruption took place about 12,000 years ago
(in sync with the ice-age cycle). 
See Seismic swarm in Naples

 

Magnetic Pole Shift Causing Massive  Superstorms

By Terrence Aym  
4 Feb 11 - Forget global warming—what drives the climate is the sun's magneto-sphere and its electromagnetic interaction with a planet's own magnetic field.

See Magnetic Polar Shifts Causing Massive Global Superstorms

Author to appear in Portland
I'll be giving a free presentation at the Grand Opening of the Portland Preparedness Center in Portland, OR on Feb 26. I hope you can join us.

See Portland Preparedness Center Grand Opening


More snow for Oklahoma City!
8 Feb 11 - This after getting year's snowfall
in one day just last week.
See More snow for Oklahoma City!


 

Earthquake Swarm at Mount St. Helens
31 Jan 11 - Lately, the area just north of the Mount St. Helens crater has been shaking again. 
See Earthquake Swarm at Mount St. Helens


El Paso water shortage due to freezing
 
6 Feb 11 - Residents asked not to shower,
 wash cars, use dishwashers, or do anything
 that uses large amounts of water
 See El Paso water shortage due to freezing



Oklahoma City - More than a Year's Snowfall in One Day
2 Feb 11 - Also breaks daily snowfall record set in 1913.
See Oklahoma City - More than a Year's Snowfall in One Day

 

Zoo animals freeze to death in Mexico
5 Feb 11 - The coldest weather in 60 years, coupled with electric power failures, killed many small animals in a Mexican Zoo. 
See Zoo animals freeze to death in Mexico


Tucson - Record cold leaves two dead -
Thousands without gas or water

3 Feb 11 - The unprecedented cold triggered utility outages which, in turn, cut off gas and water to thousands of residents across Southern Arizona. See Tucson - Record cold leaves two dead - Thousands without gas or water

 

2 Feb 11 - Satellite map released by NOAA. See larger image:
Most of Northern Hemisphere covered by snow and ice


Thousands of Tulsa residents trapped by snow 4 days after storm

4 Feb 11 - By Friday, the blizzard that dumped 20 inches of snow, sleet
and ice on Tulsa on Tuesday still had the area paralyzed.
Thousands of Tulsa residents trapped by snow 4 days after storm

 

New Mexico in a deep freeze
3 Feb 11 - Also Arizona. A phenomenal outbreak of arctic air has plunged New Mexico into a deep freeze the past couple of days, with new historic readings.
See New Mexico in a deep freeze


Freezing rain shuts down Corpus Christi
3 Feb 11 - City's entire interstate system is closed.
See Freezing rain shuts down Corpus Christi


Nutty Professors and Nutty New Taxes

By Alan Caruba
1 Feb 11 - Alan S. Blinder is a professor of
economics and public affairs at Princeton
University and a former vice chairman of the
Federal Reserve. All of which might explain
why the nation is broke and why “intellectuals”
like Blinder are responsible for some of the
most stupid ideas ever imposed on citizens
who lack their credentials.
See
Nutty Professors and Nutty New Taxes



Senators vow to stop Obama climate power grab
1 Feb 11 - Eleven senators introduced a bill to stop
the EPA from regulating greenhouse gases without
explicit approval by Congress.
See Senators vow to stop Obama climate power grab


Brutal cold across the U.S.
Wind chill U.S. Temperature Map

Thanks to Joe Herr for this link


"Unprecedented" La Niña signals colder winters to come -
Includes video
- 2 Feb 11 - AccuWeather.com Chief Long
Range Forecaster Joe Bastardi thinks 3 or 4 of the next five
winters could be just as cold as this one, if not colder ...
perhaps even the next 20 to 30 winters.
See
Unprecedented La Niña signals colder winters to come

 

Freezing in Tucson
3 Feb 11 - Thought you might like to see this screen shot taken off my computer this morning about 9:30 a.m.         - Harold Satterfield

Record snowfall across the U.S.
2 Feb 11 - What next? Plunging temperatures.
See Record snowfall across the US

 

Cyclone Yasi the most dangerous in living memory in Australia -
Up to 3 FEET of rain

1 Feb 11 - "We could see wind gusts in excess of 320 km an hour (200mph).
 

See Cyclone Yasi most dangerous in living memory in Australia


Black is white and warm is cold  
31 Jan 11 - My posts remind reader of
George Orwell's 1984. "The ability to 
believe that black is white, and more,
to know black is white, and forget that
one has ever believed the contrary."
See Black is white and warm is cold
 
 

Roof collapses under weight of snow - Video
 

Fiery inferno at Permian extinction - Carbon rained from the sky
23 Jan 11 - "Massive volcanic eruptions burnt significant volumes of coal, producing ash clouds that had broad impact on global oceans." See Fiery inferno at Permian extinction


Record snowfall in 15 states - 27 Jan 11 - 109 new records
Record snowfall in 19 states - 21 Jan 11 - 184 new records 
Record snowfall in 22 states - 20 Jan 11
- 194 new records
 

Japanese volcano awakens with a vengeance  
31 Jan 11 -
Mount Shinmoe's first major eruption in almost 200 years. Scientists fear another, even more powerful blast.
See Japanese volcano awakens with a vengeance


Colorado in the Deep Freeze
-18F tonight in Denver area (Aurora)
1 Feb 11 - Shatters previous record for this day of -14F
.
Thanks to Vern Peterman for these links


'Snowpocalypse' pounds Midwest
1 Feb 11 - As of this morning, blizzards raged in
eight states, with Texas, Missouri and Oklahoma
the hardest hit, while 30 other states stood in line
with warnings, watches and advisories.
See
'Snowpocalypse' pounds Midwest



Midwest braces for "historic storm"
31 Jan 11 - Email from reader in Indianapolis.
"We're about to get hit by the worst winter storm
in about 25 years. The results will be devastating.
Expecting up to 2 inches of ice."
See Midwest braces for "historic storm"



Chicago could get two feet of snow
Don't take this one lightly

30 Jan 11 - "The most powerful system in
this region in many years," warns meteorologist.
"The system is not to be taken lightly ... you
need to prepare for this".
See Chicago could get two feet of snow



Winter storm/blizzard warnings in 22 states 
31 Jan 11 - Interactive map (Thanks to Kenneth Lund)
 

Groundhog Day storm to affect 100 million people in U.S.
29 Jan 11 - "Brace for more snow.  A massive winter storm
forecast for February 2 is set to affect more than 100 million people."
See Groundhog Day storm to affect 100 million people in U.S.

The Goreacle is Missing in Action
17 Jan 11 - Has anyone seen this man?


Freak Cold Spell Draining South Korea Energy Supplies - Video
Thanks to John Brown in Ardrossan Scotland for this link

 

Did electric pulses shape Huangshang Mtns? - It's likely, says geologist
29 Jan 11 - From an Italian geologist in response to my article about the Huangshang Mtns being electrically machined.
See Did electric pulses shape Huangshang Mtns? "Carved by the Gods."
Credit: Garry Maxfield


Japan on Alert After Biggest Eruption in 50 Years
Lightning coming FROM the volcano

27 Jan 11 - Oe-mile cordon established around
Shinmoedake volcano on Mount Kirishima after
its worst eruption in 50 years.
See Japan on Alert After Biggest Eruption in 50 Years


 

The Long Winter of 2010-2011
By Alan Caruba
27 Jan 11 - Some main-stream media news outlets have continued to file stories incredulously blaming the winter snow storms on “global warming.” The hoax for too many media folk has

long since become a religion in which blind faith replaces the objective fact obvious to everyone. It is cold. There is snow. Lots of it. See The Long Winter of 2010-2011


Snowstorm Shatters NYC and Philly Records -
More snow on the way

27 Jan 11 - In New York City, Wednesday's 12.3 inches
broke the day's snowfall record of 9 inches set in 1871. Not
only daily records, for some cities this has been the snowiest
January in history.
See Snowstorm Shatters NYC and Philly Records

 

Violent Tectonic Activity Tearing Africa Apart   
27 Jan 11 - "Africa is starting to split apart." Geologic transformation has "accelerated dramatically"
See Violent Tectonic Activity Tearing Africa Apart
Photo: University of Bristol / Lorraine Field

Another Record Storm Buries Northeast
28 Jan 11 - Yet another winter storm dumped
more than a foot of snow on the Northeast early
Thursday, closing airports and schools, stranding
commuters and shattering January records.
See Another Record Storm Buries Northeast

 

Huangshang Mountains Electrically Machined?
26 Jan 11 -   "Electric currents might once have flowed through Earth's conductive strata with energies like nothing we know today."
Huangshang Mountains Electrically Machined? "Carved by the Gods."
Credit: Garry Maxfield


Winters will now be Coldest in Centuries, says Piers
23 Jan 11 - "We're now headed for a Maunder minimum
of very low solar activity. The globe will be much cooler
until about 2035, so there will be a lot more of these cold
winters in Europe and the USA."

 

Is the world's largest super-volcano set to erupt for the first time in 600,000 years, wiping out two-thirds of the U.S.?
25 Jan 11 - That's the headline today on the UK's Mail Online.
See L
argest super-volcano to wipe out two-thirds of the U.S.?
 
 


I'm a denier! - Song/Video
New video from M4GW (Minnesotans for Global Warming)
It's a parody of "I'm a Believer" by Neil Diamond. I think you'll love it.
See I'm a denier - Song/Video

 

Guess what has been heating the seas
Look at this 24-second video, multiply it by several
thousand, and see if you can guess what has been
heating the seas.
http://www.gohawaii.com/perfect/blitz#/lava



Piers Corbyn warns of more extreme events USA, Australia
and Europe at end of month

21 Jan 11 - This will probably be the most exciting weather
year around the world for a century.

 

Sickening - ABC Blames Global Warming for Extreme Cold and Snow
24 Jan 11 - On Friday, ABC correspondent Linsey Davis filed a one-sided
report blaming the recent cold and snowfall on global warming.

See Sickening - ABC Blames Global Warming for Extreme Cold and Snow


Historic cold could hamper N. Korea food production
23 Jan 11 - First time since 1945 that max daytime temperature
has remained below zero for nearly a month.
See Historic cold could hamper N. Korea food production



Reader doesn't believe article on cattle freezing in Vietnam
21 Jan 11 - "I have a degree in Animal Husbandry and can tell
cattle simply don't freeze at anything like the temperatures they quoted."
Several readers have commented on this.
See Reader doesn't believe-cattle freezing in Vietnam



Bastardi - Temps falling even faster than I thought - Video
21 Jan 11 - Great video from meteorologist Joe Bastardi. "If this
trend continues," says Bastardi, "we'd better sit up and take notice!"
See Bastardi - Temps falling even faster than I thought

 

This is bullsh--t, says astrophysicist -
Warm weather NOT causing cold - Short video

21 Jan 11- "The idea that warming can somehow
cause cooling is fiction and lies created by the global
warming lobby." -Piers Corbyn
See This is bullsh--t, says astrophysicist
 

The claim that 2010 is '2nd warmest year on record' is
delusional, irrelevant & disingenuous," says Piers Corbyn

21 Jan 11 - "Warmist (warm is cold) explanations for extreme
events are as useless as saying "Wet days cause rain”. 
See Claim that 2010 is 2nd warmest year on record is
delusional irrelevant & disingenuous

 

Much more snow in NC than expected
22 Jan 11- "Initially only a winter weather
advisory was issued for 1 to 2 inches forecast.
See Much more snow in NC than expected



Yellowstone rises 10 inches in 6 years - See video
19 Jan 11- Yellowstone supervolcano just took a deep
"breath," causing miles of ground to rise dramatically.
Supposedly nothing to worry about.
See
Yellowstone rises ten inches in six years


Not by Fire but by Ice "a fantastic book" says geologist
17 Jan 11 - "I  have to say that Not by Fire was a fantastic book,
easy to read, fast moving, and well footnoted," says geologist.
See Not by Fire but by Ice a fantastic book

 

 Ice Age in Southern Brazil
 20 Jan 11 - Reader in southern Brazil says the term "ice age" is now often used to describe "the abnormal cold that we started to witness."
See Ice Age in Southern Brazil


Three volcanoes in the Philippines acting up
 
16 Jan 11 - The Philippine Institute of Volcanology
and Seismology  said signs of unrest were detected
in Mayon, Taal, and Bulusan volcanoes.
See Three volcanoes in the Philippines acting up

 

Magnetic reversal may be in progress - BGS
17 Jan 11 - According to the British Geological Survey (BGS, we could now be headed into a magnetic reversal, thus validating the premise of Not by Fire but by Ice and Magnetic reversals and Evolutionary Leaps.
See Magnetic reversal may be in progress - BGS


Arctic Cold Front to dump 3-6" snow on Central Plains,
then the Ohio Valley, then the Northeast  
Thanks to Tom McHart for this link

 

Severe winter in Mongolia - 800,000 animals lost
17 Jan 11 - Most severe winter in three decades. Most
rural provinces covered by up to 20 inches (50 cm) of snow.
See Severe winter in Mongolia - 800,000 animals lost



Cold kills 9,248 head of cattle in Vietnam
17 Jan 11 - Vietnam's Veterinary Department of the
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD)
announced huge losses in cattle caused by the cold in
recent days.
See Cold kills 9,248 head of cattle in Vietnam

 

Federal grifters with their snouts in the climate-change trough

The Great 'Climate Change' Taxpayer Rip-Off of 2011
By Alan Caruba
15 Jan 11 -
Let me share just a few of the ways the Obama administration intends to squander your money...
See
The Great 'Climate Change' Taxpayer Rip-Off of 2011


Deadly extreme cold - Snow worst in decades in northwest China -
100,000 homes flattened or damaged

17 Jan 11 - Half a million snowed under. Livestock hit hard.
Both wild animals and livestock unable to find food.
See Deadly extreme cold - Snow worst in decades in NW China



Eight new record lows in Florida (Seven in the teens)

17 Jan 11 - "When you get lows in the teens anywhere in
Florida, it makes it pretty clear that land areas are getting
colder, especially following the coldest EVER December 
for South and East Florida !"
See
Eight new record lows in Florida (7 in the teens)

 

Worst natural disaster of Brazil´s HISTORY!
520 dead - Thousands trapped - Mudslides 16 feet deep

14 Jan 11- Email from reader in Brazil. 7 cities destroyed. No phone lines, no water, no electricity, no basic services, more than 5000 homeless, thousands disappeared, people are without food and drink water. Cities isolated.
See Worst natural disaster of Brazil´s HISTORY!



7,000 buffaloes and cows freeze to death in Vietnam
Worse cold front on the way

15 Jan 11 - Record low temperatures have frozen more
than 7,000 buffaloes and cows to death in northern
mountainous provinces.
See 7,000 buffaloes and cows freeze to death in Vietnam



Record snowfall in 28 states - 12 Jan 2011 - 219 New records

Record snowfall in 25 states - 11 Jan 11 -337 new records
36 of the records set more than 100 years ago

Record snowfall in 27 states - 10 Jan 2011 - 342 new records


Green technology fails when needed the most - Solar panels powering Krakatau monitoring instruments covered with ash
11 Jan 11 - Officials lacked vital information in deciding to evacuate tens of thousands near Mount Anak Krakatau. Reminds me of the UK wind turbines that refuse to work in the cold.
See Green technology fails when needed the most

 

Mount Etna - Spectacular photos and video
12 Jan 11 - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1346685/
Red-sky-night--Sicily-looks-Mount-Etna-erupts-spectacular-fashion.html

Thanks to Benjamin Napier for this link
 

100-year flood (or more) swamps Australia's 3rd biggest city
12 Jan 11 - Two feet (60 cm) of rain in 3 days, more than twice
that of 1974, inundates tens of thousands of homes and businesses.
See 100-year flood (or more) swamps Australia's 3rd biggest city

 

Etna (Sicily) erupting!
12 Jan 11 - Just received this message from Giovanni Villino in Italy. One of the more "spectacular" eruptions in recent years, says Villino. See
Etna (Sicily) erupting!

 

Snow in 49 States - All but Florida
12 Jan 11 - According to the National Weather Service, 49 out of 50 U.S. states - including Hawaii - now have snow on the ground.  See Snow in 49 States - All but Florida

Mauna Kea - Courtesy Adrel Vicente


Could Krakatoa drive us into an ice age?
11 Jan 11 - With an explosive force 13,000
times the power of the atomic bomb that annihilated
Hiroshima, the 1883 eruption of Krakatoa killed
more than 36,000 people and radically altered
global weather and temperatures for years.
Could Krakatoa drive us into an ice age?



Glaciers growing in Spain (Pyrinees)
10 Jan 11 - El glaciar del Infierno (glacier
of Hell) has advanced. The mainstream
media seems to have missed this.

See Glaciers growing in Spain (Pyrinees)



Blizzard pounds Boston - Dumps 9" of snow on NYC
12 Jan 11 - Twelve to 20 inches of snow may fall on Boston
and parts of New England before day's end, forecasters said.
See Blizzard pounds Boston - Dumps 9 inches of snow on NYC

 

Krakatau erupting! Thousands evacuated!
11 Jan 11 - Eruptions from Krakatau volcano,
Indonesia have forced the evacuation of tens
of thousands residents.
See Krakatau erupting! Thousands evacuated!

 

Blizzard Warnings - Massachusetts
11 Jan 10 - 12 to16 inches of snow. Snowfall
rates of  2 to 3 inches per hour possible.
See Blizzard Warnings - Massachusetts



Brisbane dam is full - Can no longer protect 1.7M. people
11 Jan 11 - Thousands of people evacuated as floodwaters
threaten Australia's third biggest city. 
See Brisbane dam is full


12 inches of rain in Brisbane since yesterday - Video
11 Jan 11 - Australia flood not expected to peak until Thursday.


Australia floods: 8 Dead, scores missing - Amazing video
11 Jan 2011 - May be the worst floods to ever hit Australia.
Fatalities expected to rise dramatically.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDn5ZG0UUqk
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link
 

32 Brisbane suburbs to be flooded Wednesday
10 Jan 11 - BRISBANE City Council has issued a list
of suburbs expected to experience flooding on Wednesday.


Horrific Australia Flooding - Video - 10 Jan 11
Qld floods worsen: Premier calls it an inland tsunami
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link


Video - Cars washed away in floods
10 Jan 11 - Film clip shows the staggering
force of a wall of water ripping through
Toowoomba earlier today.
See Video - Cars washed away in floods



Another major snowstorm to hit Northeast tonight
10 Jan 11 - The winter storm that hit the Southeast a
vengeance now headed for the Northeast.
See Another major snowstorm to hit Northeast tonight

 

Russian ships still trapped in thick ice
9 Jan 11 - Things are becoming serious, says
Russian Ministry of Transport. (Whatever
happened to the dreaded ice-free Arctic?)
See Russian ships still trapped in thick ice


If you have time, wish Lou a happy birthday
11 Jan 11- My friend Lou Guzzo turned 92 today,
and he's still chugging along, posting on his website
every day. (He also posts about my books, which
I rather appreciate.)
See Wish Lou a happy birthday

 

Brisbane, Australia, 1.7M Population, threatened by 2-inch-an-hour rain
9 Jan 10 - The devastating floods sweeping through Queensland have reached
the outer suburbs of the state's capital Brisbane.
See Brisbane threatened by 2-inch-an-hour rain

 

India - Bitter cold kills more than 200
9 Jan 10 - At least 239 people have died as bitterly
cold weather swept across northern and eastern India
over the past week.
See India - Bitter cold kills more than 200


Record cold kills 2 million fish in Maryland

5 Jan 11 - Record lows reported at 13 locations on the bay.
See
Record cold kills 2 million fish in Maryland


Worst of winter not over yet - Includes video
4 Jan 10 - From the Pacific Northwest to the Great
Lakes and farther south to about I-80 across the
Plains. Also New England.
See Worst of winter not over yet
 

Whoa! Wind farms don't work in the cold
8 Jan 11 - Britain’s wind farms almost ground
to a halt during the coldest spells in December.
Of
3,153 working wind turbines, only 30 were
actually working.

See Whoa! Wind farms don't work in the cold



Australia Flood of Biblical Proportions - Video
8 Jan 11 - Flood zone bigger than France and Germany combined.
See Australia Flood of Biblical Proportions



Frost earthquakes near Iceland volcanoes
7 Jan 11 - Frost earthquakes? I had never heard of frost earthquakes until two different  readers suggested that I stop worrying about the 40 earthquakes in Iceland.
See Frost earthquakes near Iceland volcanoes


 

Shifting magnetic north pole closes Tampa runway
7 Jan 11 - The Earth's magnetic pole has been moving nearly 40 miles a year toward Russia. As a result, Tampa Intl Airport has closed its primary runway in order to change taxiway signage.
See Shifting magnetic north pole closes Tampa runway


Deadly cold wave in Northern India
3 Jan 11 - Dozens of people have died in a
cold wave sweeping through northern India.
See Deadly cold wave in Northern India


U.S. in the freezer through Mid-January - Includes video
3 Jan 11 - Rounds of bitterly cold air through next week from
coast to coast. See U.S. in the freezer through Mid-January



Three Russian vessels stuck in ice
3 Jan 11 - Icebreaker laboring through
howling winds and heavy snow to rescue
500 trapped seamen.
(Thanks to Steve Barlog for this link)


UK Winter may be Coldest in 1000 Years
30 Dec 10 - Britain's winter is already the 2nd coldest
since 1659
and close to being the chilliest in nearly 1,000
years. Looks suspiciously like the makings of a new
 little ice age to me.

See UK Winter may be Coldest in 1000 Years

 

Humans! Get Over Yourself!
By Alan Caruba
1 Jan 10 - The greatest absurdity has been the belief that human beings have any influence over the planet on which they live.

After the next magnetic reversal, the survivors—if there are any—will likely learn nothing from the experience.
See Humans! Get Over Yourself!

 

Area Of Thick Arctic Ice Doubled In Last Two Years
31 Dec 10 - It has doubled since 2008.


UK Winter may be Coldest in 1000 Years

30 Dec 10 - Britain's winter is already the 2nd coldest
since 1659
and close to being the chilliest in nearly 1,000
years. Looks suspiciously like the makings of a new
little ice age to me.

See UK Winter may be Coldest in 1000 Years

 

Croat scientist - Ice age could start in five years
30 Dec 10 - While climate change campaigners say
global warming is the planet's biggest danger, renowned
physicist Vladimir Paar says most of central Europe will
soon be covered in ice.
See Croat scientist - Ice age could start in five years



Possibly it is the beginning of a new ice age
27 Dec 10 - About the last weather cold events in Europe,
yesterday evening (Dec 26th) Italian news says:  "Possibly
it is the beginning of a new ice age".
See
Possibly it is the beginning of a new ice age

Italian geologist thinks the way I do
24 Dec 10 - Saying that I agree with your ideas
is restrictive: I think the same things you said!"
See Italian geologist thinks the way I do

 

2010—where does it fit in the warmest year list? - 9,099th
By Dr Don Easterbrook
 
See 2010—where does it fit in the warmest year list?-9099th


Last ice age ended precisely 11,711 years ago
So sudden, as if a button was pressed

A Danish ice-drilling project shows that the last ice age ended
precisely 11,711 years ago. "The climate shift is so sudden that
it is as if a button was pressed,” says ice-core researcher.
See
Last ice age ended precisely 11,711 years ago


BP oil spill to cause climate change? I doubt it
23 Jul 10 - A recent article suggests that the BP oil spill could
drive us into an ICE AGE. I fear that this could be yet another
attempt to blame humans for a naturally occurring cycle.
See BP oil spill to cause climate change? I doubt it

 

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