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  "The urge to save humanity is always 
  a false front for the urge to rule it":
                                         - H. L. Mencke
   
    
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

  


 
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    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
 

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



2,522 Snowfall Records - US December 2010
New Records: 2,223 + Tied: 299 = Total: 2,522

 

Almost 40 earthquakes around Iceland volcanoes
6 Jan 11- See
Almost 40 earthquakes around Iceland Volcanoes

 

Little Ice Age? - NASA Satellite Reveals Snow-Covered Ireland
4 Jan 11 - The winter of 2009/10, known as "The Big Freeze, was unusually cold and snowy, bringing widespread transportation problems, school closings, power failures and 25 deaths.

With 20 deaths as of Dec 23rd, this winter threatens to be just as challenging.

See Little Ice Age? NASA Satellite Sees Snow-Covered Ireland


Carolina Bays - Reader thinks lightning created them
4 Jan 10 - Reference your discussion on Carolina Bays. 
I think you're are on the right track with your "explosions
in the sky".  However it is lightning that created the bays;
also observed in Australia. 

 

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



Food and Fuel Shortages Imminent as New Ice Age Dawns
Short & long term cooling cycles converging

31 Dec 10 - "Mass migrations, famines, food riots, regional conflicts
and a loss of human life that could be measured on an apocalyptic scale."
See Food and Fuel Shortages Imminent as New Ice Age Dawns



Coldest December on record for East central FL
1 Jan 11 - Previous records "shattered". Coldest
December on record "by a large margin."
See Coldest December on record for East central FL

 

Heavy snow grips northern China - Includes video
29 Dec 10 - Not just in Europe and North America,
days of continuous snowfall have hit northwestern and
eastern China, causing roadblocks and delays.
See Heavy snow grips northern China



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
 

Snow in Phoenix
30 Dec 10 - Sightings reported in Scottsdale,
Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek,
Carefree, Peoria, Glendale and Anthem, Apache
Junction, Mesa and parts of Phoenix.
See Snow in Phoenix



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


Winter storm/blizzard warnings in 17 states -
See interactive map

29 Dec 10 - "I have never seen a national map
with this many winter weather warnings at one
time," says reader Kenneth Lund. 
See
Winter storm/blizzard warnings in 17 states



Coldest Swedish Dec in 110 years
29 Dec 10 - Covers several parts of
Sweden, including the southern region
Götaland and eastern Svealand.
See Coldest Swedish Dec in 110 years


Heaviest Dec snow in NYC in 6 decades – 5th largest ever
28 Dec 10 - More than a foot of snow fell across the northeast
yesterday; more than 30 inches (76 cm) in parts of New Jersey.
See Heaviest December snow in NYC in 6 decades



You Are Being Warned!
Freezing Temps Worldwide May Lead to Food Shortages

22 Dec 10 -"Global warming is why people are freezing to death
in the northern hemisphere and why they are increasingly finding
themselves buried in deeper and deeper snow."
See Freezing Temps Worldwide May Lead to Food Shortages


3 meters of snow in 3 days -
Record snowfall at Vancouver Island resort

25 Dec 10 - Buries lodges, cars and even ski lifts.
See 3 meters of snow in 3 days

 

Piers Corbyn could be right!
Biggest blizzard in decades for Northeast USA 25-31 Dec
23 Dec 10 - See "You ain't seen nothing yet!" says astrophysicist



Record snowfall in 18 states - 21 Dec 10
CA, CO, IA, IL, IN, KY, MA, MN, MT,
ND, NV, SD, UT, VT, WA, WI, WV, WY

 

A Blizzard of Lies in the New York Times
26 Dec 10 - "It’s Orwellian when cold is declared warmth. It’s deceitful and insulting when it occurs in the midst of a huge blizzard shutting down much of the northeast." So writes Alan Caruba about an article in the New York Times; "Bundle Up. It's Global Warming."
See A Blizzard of Lies in the New York Times


Florida $115 million Crop-Freeze Damage
27 Dec 10 - Probably Closer to $275 million

 

Massive Blizzard Pounds Eastern US
27 Dec 10 - A powerful blizzard across the
US northeast has buried the region beneath
one to two feet (30-60 cm) of snow and
sent temperatures plummeting.
See Massive Blizzard Pounds Eastern US
 

Record snow storm blasts NC, Alabama
25 Dec 10 - Columbia, S.C., had its first significant
Christmas snow since weather records were first
kept in 1887.
See Record snow storm blasts Carolinas, Alabama


UK December Set to be Coldest in a Century
25 Dec 10 - The UK could be heading for its
coldest December since 1890, say forecasters.
See UK December Set to be Coldest in a Century

 

Coldest winter in 130 years in Ireland - See Photos
Snowstorms cause chaos for Christmas travelers

25 Dec 10 - December the coldest month ever on record. 
See Coldest winter in 130 years in Ireland
 

Ireland - Cold snap killing cows, sheep, pigs, young salmon
25 Dec 10 - The unexpected Irish cold snap is killing cows, sheep
and pigs and particularly young salmon at Ireland's fish farms.
See Ireland - Cold snap killing cows, sheep, pigs, young salmon



Xmas whiteout in North Carolina Mtns - 2nd year
25 Dec 10 - Email from reader in North Carolina.
See Xmas whiteout in NC Mtns



Atlanta set for first White Christmas in 129 years -
25 Dec 10 - New York, Boston could see foot of snow


"You ain't seen nothing yet!" says astrophysicist
Biggest blizzard in decades for Northeast USA 25-31 Dec
23 Dec 10 - " Much more severe than standard meteorology
will predict," warns astrophysicist Piers Corbyn.
See "You ain't seen nothing yet!" says astrophysicist


 

'Stop Global Warming' sign buried in the snow
24 Dec 10 - But wait. Ten years ago we were told...
See 'Stop Global Warming' sign buried in the snow


Paris airport terminal evacuated due to snow on roof
25 Dec 10 - One terminal at Charles de Gaulle airport evacuated.
 

Napolitano -
DHS to Battle Climate Change as Homeland Security Issue

17 Dec 10 - This is scary. What will happen to global warming
skeptics, I wonder? Will we be branded as terrorists?  
Napolitano - DHS to Battle Climate Change as Homeland Security Issue


5" of snow in 90 minutes brings chaos to East Cleveland, UK
23 Dec 10 - "It was the huge amount of snow during the short spell
of time that caused the trouble."
See 5 inches of snow in 90 minutes


Mini ice age coming, says man who beats weather experts
"A genuine ice age might then settle in"
21 Dec 10 - Piers Corbyn not only predicted the current weather,
but he believes things are going to get much worse, says Boris
Johnson, London's mayor.
See Mini ice age coming, says man who beats weather experts



Danskere over hele landet: Hjælp! Vi er sneet inde
(
Danes across the country: Help! We're snowed in)
23 Dec 10 - 'In all my 37 years I have never experienced
that it has snowed so much that you had to stay home on
Christmas Eve," says Britta. "But it seems that it is what
will happen tomorrow."
See Danes across the country: Help! We're snowed in



Mammoth Mt - 15 feet of snow in 4 days
21 Dec 10 - A record 15.5 feet of snow at
Mammoth Mountain ski resort over the last
four days - with more on the way.
See Mammoth Mt - 15 feet of snow in 4 days


 

Iceland map lighting up like a Christmas tree!
22 Dec 10 - Resurgent earthquake activity near Katla volcano.
See
Iceland map lighting up like a Christmas tree!


Wintry weather brings snow to Australia - In mid-summer!
21 Dec 10 - While the bitter freeze in Europe continues, Australia's
usual hot and summery December weather was replaced by snow
in parts of New South Wales and Victoria, after plunging temperatures
and snow swept across the east of the country.
See Wintry weather brings snow to Australia - In mid-summer!


 

Snowfall records shattered throughout Germany
19 Dec 10 - "With still 2 weeks left snowfall records for the month of December have been shattered throughout Germany!!" Fantastic photos!

December snowfall records shattered throughout Germany


How many cold anomalies will it take?
21 Dec 10 - I just finished "Not By Fire, But By Ice." I suggested
it to my meteorology professors at Florida State University where
I studied meteorology/climate. (It's 39°F in Tallahassee.)
See How many cold anomalies will it take?



Rare deep freeze across southern China
17 Dec 10 - Brings ice, snow and chaos
 to much of eastern and southern China.
Thanks to Roman Andrzejczyk for this link.


Nine feet of snow and climbing -
Crushing snowfall in California mountains

19 Dec 10 - Officials may be forced to close the
mountain passes, including I-80's Donner Pass as
the snow continues to pile up.
See Nine feet of snow and climbing


 

Did the Global Warming Hoax Die in Cancun?
By Alan Caruba
16 Dec 10 - "In reality, the IPCC conference was the charade designed to engineer a massive transfer of wealth
from industrialized nations to those, as often as not, ruled by a variety of despots and authoritarian, corrupt governments..."
See Did the Global Warming Hoax Die in Cancun?


Extreme weather - Soaring food commodities
15 Dec 10 - "Around the globe, extreme weather
has driven up prices for commodities from sugar
and wheat to heating oil and orange juice,"
See Extreme weather - Soaring food commodities



Snowfalls now just a thing of the past
Do you feel snookered?
19 Dec 10 - "Children just aren't going to know what snow is,"
said Dr David Viner, at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the
University of East Anglia. (Dr. Viner said these words just 10
years ago.)
See Snowfalls now just a thing of the past



Ice strands 4,000 vehicles on China freeway
20 Dec 10 - "More than 4,000 vehicles and 8,000 people remained
stranded Friday on the Beijing-Hong Kong-Macao freeway.
See Ice strands 4,000 vehicles on China freeway
 

Coldest UK December in recorded history -
Oil rationing considered - Thousands trapped on planes

18 Dec 10 - Great swathes of Britain skidded to a halt today
as the nation braced for another ten inches of snow.
Coldest UK December in recorded history-Oil rationing considered



Heavy snow brings Amsterdam, other Dutch cities to a standstill
17 Dec 10 - Thousands of cars stuck on motorways near Utrecht and
Rotterdam. Major traffic arteries unpassable.
Heavy snow brings Amsterdam, other Dutch cities to a standstill

 

Germany brought to near standstill by 12 hours of solid snowfall
15 Dec 10 - Jack-knifed trucks littered roads across Germany, and not
a single train ran without delays in the entire country.
See Germany brought to near standstill by 12 hours of solid snowfall


Complete disaster in Germany
16 Dec 10 - Email from reader - Almost five feet
of snow in two weeks.
See Complete disaster in Germany


UK - Freeze until February - Includes video
16 Dec 10 - Temperatures could plummet to minus 15C
overnight. "The cold will run through January, and possibly
into February," says senior forecaster.
See UK - Freeze until February



5 to 10 feet of snow, Sierra Nevada, CA -
Could also affect travel on I-5
- 16 Dec 10
See Record low temperatures in the United States



Worst blizzards in almost a century to hammer UK
15 Dec 10 - Forecasters say Britain will be buried by
the worst blizzards in almost a century in coming days,
creating 6ft snowdrifts and transport chaos.
See Worst blizzards in almost a century to hammer UK

 

Worst storm this century traps 300 motorists in Ontario
14 Dec 10 - Some people trapped for nearly 24 hours with
snow piled up so high they could not open the doors of their cars.
See
Worst storm this century traps 300 motorists in Ontario
 

Arctic outflow is reaching into Mexico
14 Dec 10 - Email from reader in Mexico.
"Reminiscent of winter weather in the Okanagan
Valley in British Columbia, Canada."
See Arctic outflow is reaching into Mexico


Winter shuts down Midwest
13 Dec 10 — "Dozens upon dozens" of stranded
motorists in northern Indiana, some for as much
as 12 hours.
See Record cold tonight for FL, GA, SC and AL



Cold expected to kill 35,000 in UK
11 Dec 10 - With temperatures on a par with Siberia,
death rates are set to soar “scandalously” this winter.
See Cold expected to kill 35,000 in UK

 

Metrodome collapses in Midwest blizzard - See video
12 Dec 10 - The inflatable roof of the Minnesota Vikings'
stadium collapsed Sunday during one of the five biggest
snowstorms in Twin Cities history.
See
Metrodome collapses in Midwest blizzard


Six straight days of record low temps in Cancun - more coming
10 Dec 10 - As negotiators met in Cancun to fight global warming, the
temperature in the seaside Mexican city plunged to a 100-year record low.
See Six straight days of record low temps in Cancun


Cold snap hits Turkey with a vengeance
10 Dec 10 - Temperatures have dropped
dramatically in Istanbul (10 to 15C), where
it will be sleety and snowy over the weekend.
See Cold snap hits Turkey with a vengeance


Full-on blizzard hits Upper Midwest
11 Dec 10 - A full-on blizzard is under way across the Upper
Midwest, including Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa,
and Wisconsin. Travel is strongly not advised.
See Full-on blizzard hits Upper Midwest



Monster Storm to Strike U.S.
9 Dec 10 - "Get your shovels and plows ready in Des Moines,
Milwaukee, Chicago, Grand Rapids, Cleveland, Detroit, Erie,
Buffalo, Rochester, Toronto and Ottawa."
See Monster Storm to Strike U.S.



Record-setting snowfall brings Paris to a standstill
9 Dec 10 - "French motorists camp out as snow smothers
Paris," says headline. "Stuck", reads another. "The great
freezing of Paris", said Le Figaro. "Freeze brings Paris to
a standstill," heralded SOTT.
See Record-setting snowfall brings Paris to a standstill

 

Record lows in 13 states - 8 Dec 10
AL, FL, GA, HI, IL, IN, KY, MD, MI, OH, SC, VA


Cancun climate summit will generate 25,000 tons of CO2

8 Dec 10 - The $68-million event will produce as much
greenhouse gas as an average-sized African country would
over the same two-week period.
See Cancun climate summit will generate 25,000 tons of CO2

 

Earth may be entering a new Ice Age
6 Dec 10 - Astrophysicist Habibullo Abdussamatov thinks we
will enter a little Ice Age as early as 2014. Food shortages may
lead to regional warfare.
See Earth may be entering a new Ice Age



Coldest in central England since 1659
8 Dec 10 - The last week of November and the first week
of December have been the coldest since central England
Temperature (CET) records began in 1659, says
meteorologist Joe Bastardi.
See Coldest in central England since 1659

 

Record low temps in Cancun 3 days in a row 
7 Dec 10 - "The irony is just dripping off of this little factoid,"
says reader Richard Nathan.
See Record low temps in Cancun 3 days in a row 


‘Once in a lifetime’ cold snap threatens ice-bound Britain
7 Dec 10 - With forecasts of a fresh six inches of snow next
week, Brits are facing a strong possibility of a white Christmas.
See ‘Once in a lifetime’ cold snap threatens ice-bound Britain



Up to 4 feet of snow blasts NY and PA
7 Dec 10 - Motorists stranded for hours on a
stretch of I-80 in northwestern Pennsylvania.


Cancun Jane - Wales Councillor asks for your help 
5 Dec 10 - As WAG Environment Minister Jane Davidson
soaks up the sun in Cancun, basking in the heat courtesy of
the tax payer and leaving a trail of carbon dioxide in her wake,
she writes: “
There is a clear scientific case that the change in
climate is being caused by the behaviour of humans and the
rate of change has increased significantly over the last 200
years since the Industrial Revolution".
See Cancun Jane


 

EPA Versus the USA
By Alan Caruba
4 Dec 10 - The EPA is seeking to exercise a totalitarian control over every aspect of the provision and use of energy in America and it is all based on lies.
EPA Versus the USA


Record snowfall in 17 states - 4 Dec 10 
AK, CA, IA, IL, IN, KY, MN, NC, ND,
OH, OR, SD, TN, VA, WI, WV, WY


Inhofe: "Nothing is going to happen in Cancun at
UN Climate party and everyone knows it."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UGetKfIjBA&feature=player_embedded#!

 

Unicorn Cow Discovered in China
2 Dec 10 - "A farmer in China's Hebei province is the proud owner of a unicorn cow. 
See Unicorn Cow Discovered in China


UK Superstore Roof Collapses Under Snow
4 Dec 10 - Forecasters warn Big Freeze will go
on for at least another week. Heavy snow warnings
remain in place for much of the country.
See UK Superstore Roof Collapses Under Snow


Britain Colder Than Antarctica - Deepest Snowfall in 100 Years
3 Dec 10 - UK food shelves empty and petrol running out as icy roads
make deliveries impossible.
See What's Happening in Other Parts of the World



Cancun Conference Goal -
Expropriate and redistribute your money

30 Nov 10 - High-ranking member of the IPCC admits the group's
primary goal is the redistribution of wealth and not environmental
protection or saving Earth, says Investor's Business Daily. See
Cancun Conference Goal - Expropriate and redistribute your money


 

Vatnajökull - 60 volcanic quakes in two days
3 Dex 10 - 60 plus quakes including a magnitude 3+ during the last 48 hours
See Vatnajökull - 60 volcanic quakes in two days


WikiLeaks reveals how US manipulated climate accord
3 Dec 10 - Re-engineering the global economy ... billions of
dollars redirected.
Embassy dispatches show America used
spying, threats and promises of aid to get support for
Copenhagen accord.

See WikiLeaks reveals how US manipulated climate accord


European Deep Freeze
2 Dec 10 - Thousands of homes lose electricity and heat.
Thousands of travelers stranded overnight.
See
European Deep Freeze


 

All of Britain covered in snow
 ... Again ... Twice in the same year!

2 Dec 10 - The University of Dundee's satellite receiving station captured this image of how the heavy snow of the past week has affected the UK. See
All of Britain covered in snow - Again - Twice in the same year!


And the would-be dictators in Cancun keep screaming about global warming.


Record cold in Denmark - Worst in 131 years - 1 Dec 10
Coldest in Norway in 222 years - since 1788 ! - 30 Nov 10
UK midlands: coldest November night in 134 yrs
- 29 Nov 10
See What's Happening in Other Parts of the World

 

Full Moon Electrified by Earth's Magnetic Tail
2 Dec 10 - "When the moon is full, it develops a strong electric field near the surface as it swings through Earth's magnetic tail." See Full Moon Electrified by Earth's Magnetic Tail


Frozen Britain grinds to a halt - EIGHT INCHES of snow tonight
2 Dec 10 - Large swathes of Britain grind to a halt. Many roads, rail lines
and airports forced to close.
Shops run out of basics as lorries struggle to
deliver. Up to 8 more inches of snow for London and the South East tonight.
See
Frozen Britain grinds to a halt



CanCON - 10 inconvenient truths
30 Nov 10 - CanCON is right – the IPCC climate conference
in Cancun is a CON. Some are even calling it CanCOM as in
climate communists.
See CanCON - 10 inconvenient truths

 

Record cold in Denmark - Worst in 131 years - 1 Dec 10
See Record cold in Denmark - Worst in 131 years

 

2nd big snowstorm in Munich - 3rd one on the way
1 Dec 10 - Reader asks, "Is this the beginning of our
little ice age in Europe?"
See 2nd big snowstorm in Munich

 

Sweden braces for record freeze
30 Nov 10 - Stockholm forecast to experience its
coldest seasonal temperatures in more than 100 years
this week.
See
Sweden braces for record freeze



Coldest in Norway in 222 years - since 1788 !
30 Nov 10 - And the would-be dictators in Cancun
keep screaming about global warming.
See Coldest in Norway in 222 years



Forbes speculates on massive food crisis in 2011
27 Oct 10 - A bigger shock than $150 oil.
See Forbes speculates on massive food crisis in 2011


Great pix, UK buried in snow
30 Nov 10 - Overnight snowfall to engulf London -
Chaos continues for rest of UK

Thanks to Bill Sellers and Emma Corry for this link

 

Sea level rise about the thickness of a dime per year
25 Nov 10 - According to new satellite results, world average
sea level rise is about 1 millimeter per year, or about 0.04 of
an inch. That's about the thickness of a dime.

See
Sea level rise about the thickness of a dime per year



UK like the middle of Scandinavia - Record cold
28 Nov 10 - Temperatures predicted to plummet again
this evening in most of the country.
See
UK like the middle of Scandinavia - Record cold


 

Climate Change Idiocy and The Economist
By Alan Caruba
The Economist rhapsodizes about a massive redistribution of wealth from industrialized developed nations to those in the grip of despots, Islam, communism or other systems that keep them poor.
See Climate Change Idiocy and The Economist


Record low temps in 13 states - 25 Nov 10
90 new records - AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT,
NE, NM, NV, OR, SD, UT, WA, WY


11 quakes hit Bulusan area after ash explosion
25 Nov 10 - Alert Level 1 remains over Bulusan Volcano.



Indonesian Police Prepare for Bromo Eruption
25 Nov 10 - Though activity at Bromo remains
much lower than Mt. Merapi, East Java police
have deployed more than 100 officers to the area
surrounding Mt. Bromo in anticipation of an eruption.
Thanks to Wanda for this link

 

Eruptions as big as Pompeii under Arctic ice
26 Nov 10 - Is it just a coincidence that the ice has been melting above those gigantic eruptions?
See
Eruptions as big as Pompeii under Arctic ice


Record snowfall in 12 states - 23 Nov 10
AK, CA, ID, MN, MT, ND, NV, OR, SD, UT, WA, WI
 

Vindication - Scientists admit that underwater volcanoes "Bake Sediments, Add to Warming"
15 Nov 10 - "Undersea hot lava is baking ocean sediments and releasing greenhouse gases." See Underwater volcanoes Bake Sediments, Add to Warming


Snowfall - British Columbia - 25 Nov 10 - Storm totals
See
Snowfall - British Columbia - 25 Nov 10


Darwin's gradualist theory of evolution not supported
by geological history, scientist concludes

21 Nov 10 - This is in line with your book "Magnetic
Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps", says reader.

See Darwin gradualist theory of evolution not supported by geological history



Five volcanoes acting up
23 Nov 10 - Mt. Anak  Krakatau (Indonesia), Mt. Bulusan (Philippines),
Mt. Merapi (Indonesia), Mt. Tungurahua (Ecuador) and
Mount Bromo (Indonesia).
See
Five volcanoes acting up
 

Vicious storm strikes Pacific Northwest
23 Nov 10 - A vicious storm struck the Pacific Northwest
and other western states yesterday, dumping heavy snow
on roads, leaving tens of thousands powerless and killing
at least three.


Record snowfall in 14 states
- 22 Nov 10
AZ, CA, CO, ID, MN, MT, ND,
NM, NV, OR, SD, UT, WA, WY


Snow, Record Cold for Western Europe
24 Nov 10 - "Temperatures across Germany and
France to Britain and Scandinavia will slide 10 F
to as much as 20 F below normal."


Record lows across Alberta - 23 Nov 10
See Record lows across Alberta



Billings snowfall shatters record set in 2007
21 Nov 10 - Reader finds it "truly ominous when
a record just set in the last few years is shattered."
See
Billings snowfall shatters record set in 2007

 

Iceland volcano rumbled for months prior to eruption
19 Nov 10 - One flank had been swollen by more than 15 cm
for 11 weeks before the volcano began erupting.
This article
suggests that 15cm is a significant deformation," says reader.
"What would the same scientist's think of Yellowstone?"
See
Iceland volcano rumbled for months prior to eruption
 

Canadian Senate kills climate-change bill
17 Nov 10 - The vote came ahead of an upcoming United
Nations meeting on the issue in Cancun, Mexico. Prime
Minister calls it "a completely irresponsible bill." Hooray
for the Canadian Senate!

See
Canadian Senate kills climate change bill


Scotland winter could be worse than last year's record-breaker 
18 Nov 10 - "The early onset of freezing weather in mid-November
could be the start of a long, cold winter at least as severe as last year's ...
Scotland's coldest since 1963.
Scotland winter could be worse than last year's record-breaker


Colder winters due to climate change

16 Nov 10 - "Finding does not conflict with global
warming," says this article from Reuters.
What a load of crap.

See Colder winters due to climate change

 

Earthquake swarm near Djibouti -
Far more powerful than normal
18 Nov 10 - The average earthquake 
swarm usually produces magnitudes 
between 2.0 to 3.5. These temblors 
are running from 4.3 to 5.3 each.
See Earthquake swarm near Djibouti


Record Snowfall in 8 states - 13 Nov 10
47 records - AK, IA, KS, MN, MT, NE, TX, WI
 

November 20, 2009: The Day "Global Warming" Ended
By Alan Caruba
November 20, 2009 is an important date because it was the day that “global warming” ended...the day that a total fabrication, a hoax, was revealed to be the work of the IPCC, aided and abetted by a vast network... who sold their souls for grants and other funding.
See
The Day "Global Warming" Ended

 
 
 


Wheat prices up 29% year-over-year in October
11 Nov 10 - Prices are up “tremendously” because of weak
wheat crops in Canada and Russia as well as Russia’s export ban.
See Wheat prices up 29% year-over-year in October


 

Time to get new long johns!
(Reader suggests different title)
Considerably warmer than today just 7000 years ago 
14 Nov 10 - "This graph makes is amply clear that "the warmth of the Holocene optimum, peaking about 7,000 years ago, was both global in extent and considerably warmer than today." See
Warmer than today just 7000 years ago


Geologist - Increasing volcanic activity extremely disturbing

9 Nov 10 - "The current increase in volcanic activity for me is
 extremely disturbing and yet the media is completely ignoring it.
I really feel it will be like Pompeii all over again but on a global scale."
See Geologist - Increasing volcanic activity extremely disturbing

 

Puerto Rico earthquake swarm
18 Nov 1 - High-schooler notices sudden increase in earthquake activity near Puerto Rico.
See
Puerto Rico earthquake swarm


Naples supervolcano could trigger small ice age

1 Nov 10 - "The earth has risen and dipped more than
11 feet in the past decade, destroying roads, a hospital,
and thousands of homes," says author Barbie Nadeau.  
See Naples supervolcano could trigger small ice age

 

Carolina Bays carved out by ball lightning?
11 Nov 10 - A reader intrigued by the Carolina Bays wonders if the explosions that created the bays could be related to ball lightning, which ends with a pop or small explosion. I think he may be onto something. See Carolina Bays carved out by ball lightning?

Death toll from Indonesia's volcano rises to 240
13 Nov 10 - Even though Merapi is showing less intensity,
it's still difficult to predict when it will stop spewing hot gases
and debris.
See Death toll from Merapi rises to 240
 

Global temperature takes a dive
8 Nov 10 - Remote Sensing Systems data shows quite a significant drop in the RSS global surface temperature.
See Global temperature takes a dive


Merapi likely to shorten Obama's Indonesia trip

9 Nov 10 - No sooner had President Obama arrived
in Indonesia than word came that a volcanic ash cloud
would likely cut his visit short.

Earthquake swarm at Yellowstone
10 Nov 10 - Email from science teacher.
Sixty-three earthquakes so far.
See Earthquake swarm at Yellowstone


Merapi Eruptions Threaten Obama Visit
7 Nov 10 - Ash is so thick that motorists drive
with their headlights on during the day.
See Merapi Eruptions Threaten Obama Visit  
Thanks to Marcus Muraca for this link 
 

Carolina Bays in Alaska!
     They're naturally created
     tundra lakes, says reader.

23 Oct 10 - Reader Robert Bixler found these oval depressions in the ground just south of Barrow, Alaska, and realized that they look very similar to the Carolina Bays.
See Carolina Bays in Alaska!


Warnings of Merapi MEGA eruption
5 Nov 10 - There is roughly "three times more magma than what was
ejected by the Indonesian volcano Tambora in 1815 – the biggest eruption
in the last 10,000 years, which led to a cooling of the climate globally."
(This could trigger the next ice age, I fear.)
See Warnings of Merapi MEGA eruption



21 More Volcanoes Rumble

1 Nov 10 - Indonesia reports increased rumbling at
21 other active mountains. Merapi erupts yet again.
(Thanks to Siroki for this link)


Great video on what would happen during a Yellowstone Eruption
Pyroclastic flows kill within 50 to 100 mile radius - radius! - not diameter.
Ash 20 to 30 feet deep at Yellowstone. Roofs collapse across UT, WY
and ID. Ash radically cools the planet, wipes out breadbasket of the world,
no growing season for years.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVQt_G4RxXQ


Volcanic eruptions in Nigeria and the Philippines
6 Nov 10 - Reports of a volcanic eruption in the Nigerian
mountains near the border with Cameroun Republic, while
Bulusan Volcano in the Philippines ejected steam and ash.
See
Volcanic eruptions in Nigeria and the Philippines

 

Volcano chars entire villages
5 Nov 10 - Mount Merapi's worst eruption in a century. 
Thanks to C. Peter Davis in Winnipeg for this link

 

Seattle could match record winter of 1949/50
5 Nov10 - The temperature hit 74 degrees yesterday, tying
Seattle's record for warmest November day set in 1949. That
November day  was "the start of the harshest winter in Sea-Tac
Airport history."

See Seattle could match record winter of 1949/50


Merapi blows again early Thursday  
4 Nov 10 - "We have no idea what's happening," said Surono,
state volcanologist. "It looks like we may be entering an even
worse stage now." (
Thanks to Mel for this link.)


Islandsk vulkan er sprunget læk
1 Nov 10 - "Icelandic Volcano has Sprung a Leak," headlines
this Danish website. Iceland's most active volcano may be about
to erupt, sparking another flight crisis across Europe.
See Islandsk vulkan er sprunget læk


New Volcanic Island East of Java - Wasn't there a few days ago
(Someone is having a little joke)

7 Nov 10 - "East of the Indonesian island Java ... a new island has risen
from nothing within a few days. It is probably of volcanic origin. The l
ocation is not so very far from Tambora."
New Volcanic Island East of Java - Wasn't there a few days ago



Activity increases at ten volcanoes

29 Oct 10 - Status raised to Level 2 at eight of them, meaning
that activity has increased and that there has been seismic activity. 
See Activity increases at eight volcanoes

 
Mýrdalsjökull -
Big increase in earthquakes

2 Nov 10 - Robert! - Notice the big cluster of many dots on the map! There was only one dot yesterday!
See
Mýrdalsjökull - Big increase in earthquakes


Another Indonesian eruption

31 Oct 10 - Mount Merapi shows no sign of slowing
down as another eruption spews sulphuric ash. More
eruptions are expected in the coming days.
(Thanks to C. Peter Davis for this link)



Krakatoa goes from 10 eruptions a day to 136

30 Oct 10 - Over the past 4 days explosive activity at Krakatau
volcano, Indonesia has increased. The volcano erupted 136 times
yesterday, compared to a recent average of 10 per day.
See why this concerns me.
http://www.volcanolive.com/news.html
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link


Indonesia's Mount Merapi erupts 72nd time
31 Oct 10 - 'The trend seems to be that the volcanic
activity is increasing," said Subandrio, an official with
the volcano's monitoring agency. This is the
72nd eruption since last Saturday.
Thanks to Mel for this link
 

Goodbye Global Warming, Hello Biodiversity
30 Oct 10 - "After three decades of trying to push the global
warming scam to a point where billions could be made selling
and trading bogus “carbon credits”, the global schemers have
abandoned it," says Alan Caruba. Now they're yelling,
“Global extinction crisis looms."
See
Goodbye Global Warming, Hello Biodiversity
 

Magnetic Portals Link Earth to Sun
"Tons of high-energy particles may flow through the opening before it closes again, around the time you reach the end of the page." I'm thinking that a magnetic reversal on Earth could wreak havoc with these magnetic portals. See Magnetic Portals Connect Earth to Sun


Volcanic activity increasing worldwide
If this continues, says climatologist Cliff Harris, and a big enough
eruption sends millions of tons of ash and dust into the upper 
atmosphere, the Earth's temperature would likely drop at least
a degree or two. Includes
list of 20 deadliest volcanoes in
past 500 years.

See Volcanic activity increasing worldwide



Obama: Under my plan, electricity rates will SKYROCKET
See 63-second video
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link

 

You must see this incredible hailstorm
1½-minute video taken in Phoenix, AZ on 5 Oct 10.
See Arizona Hailstorm
Thanks to Timothy Francen for this link


Global food crisis forecast - Prices reach record highs
26 Oct 10 - "World wheat and maize prices have risen 57%,
rice 45% and sugar 55% over the last six months, soybeans
are at their highest price for 16 months and meat prices are
at 20-year highs."
See Global food crisis forecast - Prices reach record highs
 

Two Russian volcanoes erupting at the same time
28 Oct 10 - Two volcanoes on the Kamchatka Peninsula are
now spewing massive ash clouds up to 33,000 feet into the air,
disrupting flights and blanketing a nearby town with a thick
layer of ash. See why this concerns me.
See Two Russian volcanoes erupting at the same time

 

Cotton Climbs to 140-Year High
25 Oct 10 - It's not just food shortages that we're facing.
Cotton prices touched their highest level since Reconstruction
on Friday, as a string of bad harvests and demand from China
spark worries of a global shortfall.
See Cotton Climbs to 140-Year High

 

Indonesia Tsunami: Death Toll Soars To 282
27 Oct 10 - Hundreds still missing in western Sumatra.
 

Earthquake, tsunami, volcano hammer Indonesia
26 Oct 10 - This morning, Indonesia's Merapi volcano erupted - three times! - spewing volcanic material high into the sky and sending heat clouds down the slopes. See Earthquake, tsunami, volcano hammer Indonesia


Wild Winter Ahead -
Why can't they just call it "Global Cooling"?

25 Oct 10 - When the Pacific Ocean warms, they call it "global
warming." But when the Pacific cools, oh, that's another story.
That's caused by "a natural cycle" - by La Niña.
Wild Winter Ahead - Why can't they just call it "Global Cooling"?
 

Antarctica - Highest September snowfall on record -
Third largest sea-ice extent

17 Oct 10 - September 2010 was the third largest sea ice extent on record, behind 2006 (largest) and 2007 (second largest).
See Antarctica - Highest September snowfall on record


They are all dead wrong! -
Reply to Forbes magazine article

20 Oct 10 - In a recent article in Forbes, journalist Warren Meyer
tries to explain "the Climate Skeptic’s Position." Meyer botches it,
as far as I'm concerned.
See They are all dead wrong -
Reply to Forbes magazine article

 

Carolina Bays in Alaska!

They're naturally created tundra lakes, says reader.
23 Oct 10 - Reader Robert Bixler found these oval depressions in the ground just south of Barrow, Alaska, and realized that they look very similar to the Carolina Bays.
See Carolina Bays in Alaska!

 

Nature magazine attacks Rutan Space Project - More Climate-Change Rubbish
22 Oct 10 - "The warmist lobby has made a big mistake," says reader Ron de Haan, "they are screwing the wrong guy."
See
Nature magazine attacks Rutan Space Project

NEXUS magazine (Australia) reviews
Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps

Oct 2010 - "Felix's book is crucial to providing missing links
in our understanding of natural cycles. Read it before it's too late!"
NEXUS magazine reviews Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps

 

See reader responses
Lena Delta - Magnetic lines of force
?
21 Oct 10 - Was this sieve-like grid caused by methane emissions resulting from warming 40,000 years ago. The reader who sent this article to me is thinking 'lines of force.'
See Lena Delta - Magnetic lines of force?


Electricity shocks hit Melbourne
19 Oct 10 - Huge increases in household electricity bills are being
blamed on the coldest winter in Melbourne in more than a decade -
and a 10 per cent jump in annual power costs.
Americans had
better read this, because our government is trying to saddle
us with ever higher energy costs.

See Electricity shocks hit Melbourne

 

Carolina Bays in Russia!
Hundreds, if not thousands!

18 Oct 10 - A reader discovers an area in Russia riddled with oval lakes oriented NNE. They look suspiciously like Carolina Bays.
See Carolina Bays in Russia!

Skiing in Vermont in October
19 Oct 10 - Reader in Vermont just skied two days
in a row - Mad River Glen andMount Mansfield - the
earliest he has ever skied!!!
See Skiing in Vermont in October
 

The Slow Death of the Environmental Movement
By Alan Caruba
18 Oct 10 - "Environmentalism is fear-driven, based on many false claims, a threat to the U.S. economy, fundamental freedoms, and humanity in general.
See The Slow Death of the Environmental Movement


Royal Society "urinates three centuries’ worth of credibility"

14 Oct 10 - The Royal Society has "managed to urinate three
centuries’ worth of credibility and rigour up against the wall,"
says journalist James Delingpole.
See Royal Society urinates three centuries’ worth of credibility
 

Headed for a Grand Solar Minimum - And a Grand Cooling!
21 Jun 10 - Prof. Dr. Cees de Jager,  prominent astronomer, solar expert and former head of the Utrecht University Observatory, The Netherlands, claims
that we are headed for a long Grand Minimum "not shorter than a century."
See Headed for a Grand Solar Minimum


Magnetic Reversals, Evolution & Climate
13 Oct 10 - Listen as Kim Greenhouse interviews author
Robert Felix on his latest book Magnetic Reversals and
Evolutionary Leaps
, delving into the relationship between
magnetic reversals and evolution, and how radioactivity
rains onto our planet during magnetic reversals. We also
talk a bit about the global warming hoax.
http://itsrainmakingtime.com/2010/robertfelix

 

Cassandra Says It Will Get Very Cold
By Alan Caruba
21 Sep 10 - In the Greek myth about Cassandra, she could foresee the future, but no one believed her warnings. Any number of solar scientists and others are warning that the Earth is on the brink of a new Ice Age at worst, a mini ice age at best. Cassandra is saying bundle up!
(Needless to say, I like this article. Caruba quotes me extensively. Plus, my grandmother's name was Cassandra !)
See Cassandra Says It Will Get Very Cold


From Desperate Housewives to Desperate Climate Liars
13 Oct 10 - A recent piece by Michael E. Mann in The Washington
Post was titled, almost comically, “Get the anti-science bent out of
politics.” Mann gained notoriety for his “hockey stick” graph. But the
graph wasn’t science, says Alan Caruba in this insightful article. "It
was propaganda, a deliberate falsehood."
See From Desperate Housewives to Desperate Climate Liars



Prominent US physics professor resigns from
American Physical Society

6 Oct 10 - 'Global warming is the greatest and most
successful pseudoscientific fraud I have seen in my
long life,' says
Hal Lewis, Emeritus Professor of
Physics at the University of California.

See Prominent US physics professor resigns
from American Physical Society



CIA: Ice age threatens to cause major migration and mass starvation
11 Aug 09 – In the early 1970s, CIA studies concluded that the world is
entering a difficult period during which major climate change - cooling! -
is likely. The ramifications would affect foreign policy, your fuel bill, what
food is grown, and what you eat.
See CIA-Ice age threatens to cause major migration and mass starvation


German scientist - We're now in a miniature Ice Age
Famous climate researcher Mojib Latif from Germany concludes
the earth is in a miniature Ice Age, and the cooling trend could last
two to three decades. Also see Latif's angry rebuttal.
See German scientist - We're now in a miniature Ice Age



Obama's Top Science Advisor Claims Arctic
could become ice-free ... in the WINTER

8 Oct 10 - John Holdren, hand-chosen by President Obama,
holds the highest position of scientific authority in the country.
"He also appears to have less scientific competence than most
first graders."
See Obama's Top Science Advisor Claims Arctic
could become ice-free ... in the WINTER

 

Look at the size of the Sun. Now look at the size of the Earth.
Do we really think we control the climate?
 


See other relative sizes:
http://www.iceagenow.com/Solar_System_Relative_Size.htm

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for reminding me of this


Fears of Global Food Crisis

8 Oct 10 -  Fears of a global food crisis swept the world's
commodity markets as prices spiralled after the US government
warned of "dramatically"
 lower supplies.
See Fears of Global Food Crisis


Cool, wet weather responsible for worldwide honeybee die-off
7 Oct 10 - Over the past few years, the world's honeybee population
has decreased dramatically. No one has been able to explain the decline.
Now the mystery may have been solved.
Cool, wet weather responsible for worldwide honeybee die-off

 

Washington – Get ready for a wild, wet winter -
Worst La Niña since 1955

7 Oct 10 – We’re headed into a La Niña year the likes
of which haven’t been seen since 1955, says Washington
state climatologist Nick Bond.
See Washington – Get ready for a wild, wet winter



B.C. - Wicked winter expected in Lower Mainland –
Worst La Niña since 1955

7 Oct 10 - “Temperatures for this time of year are the coldest
since 1955, and the pattern could continue as we head into winter.” 
See B.C. - Wicked winter expected in Lower Mainland

 

Sun's Influence Overestimated?
6 Oct 10 - A new study shows that a decline in the Sun's activity does not always mean that Earth becomes cooler. What sort of twisted logic are these people using?
See Sun's Influence Overestimated?


Coming winter coldest in 1,000 years, say Polish forecasters -
Russians disagree

4 Oct 10 - The Gulf Stream has shrunk dramatically in the last
couple of years and won't be able to compensate for the cold
Arctic winds, say Polish scientists. When the stream is completely
stopped, a new Ice Age will begin in Europe.
See Coming winter coldest in 1,000 years

 

How Crazy is it?
By Alan Caruba


Triple Crown of global cooling could pose serious threat to humanity

7 Oct 10 - Yesterday's article about the "trifecta of natural global cooling"
reminds me of a must-read article b
y Kirk Myers that I posted back in May,
where Myers speaks of the "triple crown of global cooling" that could
lead
to widespread food shortages and famine
.
See Triple Crown of global cooling
 

Carolina Bays in Australia? - Readers respond
28 Sep 10 - A few hours ago I asked my Australia readers for help in answering questions about this satellite image. Thanks to all for your very rapid responses.
 

See Carolina Bays in Australia


Cabbage Shortage in South Korea

Frantic Government Lifts Tariffs on Cabbage Imports
4 Oct 10 - "Out-of-control cabbage hoarding has become
rampant ... the government has stepped in with unprecedented
emergency measures to stave off a crisis of historic proportions.
"
See Cabbage Shortage in South Korea-Frantic Government

 

Royal Society continuing cover-up & dereliction of duty,
says astrophysicist
30 Sep 10 - The Royal Society says there is “strong evidence”
that the warming of the Earth over the past half-century was
caused largely by human activity. "The fact is there is no such
evidence," says astrophysicist Piers Corbyn. "This is a false claim." 
See Royal Society continuing cover-up & dereliction of duty, says astrophysicist



Radiation event confirmed at Clovis disappearance
Radioactive C-14 levels 3 to 4 times higher than normal

4 Oct 10 - Reader agrees/disagrees. "Concerning Clovis I think
you may be somewhat mislead by popular archaeological literature ...
(but) there really was a truly remarkable "radiation event" that
coincides with the onset of the Younger Dryas." 
See Radiation event confirmed at Clovis disappearance



Meteorologist - Trifecta of natural global cooling is in place
Manmade global warming greatest hoax in last century

6 Oct 10 - Here's an email from a meteorologist in response to
my article about the coming winter being the coldest in 1,000 years.
See
Meteorologist - Trifecta of natural global cooling is in place



Record Cold in Alaska
29 Sep 10 - "The Alaska cold is going to meet the southern
warmth over the Great Lakes this winter," says meteorologist
Bill Steffen
. "The fun should start in November."
See Record low temperatures in the United States


Leading UK scientific body admits climate change "uncertainties"
30 Sep 10 - The Royal Society, the leading scientific body in the UK, 
now admits that there are some 'uncertainties' regarding the science
behind climate change.

See
Leading UK scientific body admits climate change uncertainties



1010ppm – let’s go for it!
By Hans Schreuder
4 Oct 10 - "Instead of reducing our emissions and thus
reducing our industrial output and thus reducing the wealth
of all citizens dependent upon those emissions, we should
rather work to increase our emissions in order to spread
wealth where there is now poverty, clean drinking water
where now there is none, sanitation where now there is none..."
See 1010ppm – let’s go for it!



No evidence for Clovis comet catastrophe,
say archaeologists - Are they blind?

30 Sep 10 - These two archaeologists think "the disappearance
of Clovis spear points is more likely the result of a cultural choice
rather than a population collapse," and see no evidence of a catastrophe.
See No evidence for Clovis comet catastrophe, say archaeologists



 

Magnetic Reversals - Number 3 on list of potential Armageddons
29 Sep 10 - When writer John Brandon interviewed scientists and science fiction writers to learn what they considered the eight greatest threats to life as we know it, magnetic reversals came up third on the list.
See Magnetic Reversals - Number 3 on list of potential Armageddons


Eruption Threat - Animals Evacuating Mount Merapi -
Mountain Closed to Climbers

26 Sep 10 - Significant increase in seismic activity over the
past week. "Apes and green peafowl were reported to have
started to come down the mountain."
See Eruption Threat - Animals Evacuating Mount Merapi



US Senate hopes for a gullible public
30 Sep 10 - Global warming stopped ten years ago.
Cap and Trade is dead.
Now the US Senate wants
to give it a different name and shove it down the
throats of what, it hopes, is still a gullible public. 
See US Senate hopes for a gullible public


 

Carolina Bays in Australia?
Australia readers, I need your help

28 Sep 10 - While looking at a satellite photo of southwestern
Australia, one of my readers saw a bunch of huge elliptical shapes
punched into the landscape that look like Carolina Bays.

Any Australians out there who can shed some light on these ellipses?
See Carolina Bays in Australia


Wilmington NC - 20" of rain in 4 days - 30 Sep 10
Just imagine if that rain had fallen as snow! 200 inches!
Almost 17 feet of snow in 4 days!

See Record low temperatures in the United States



Earthquakes march up Katla
28 Sep 10 - During the past 48 hours, earthquakes have marched
to the peak of Katla.
http://en.vedur.is/earthquakes-and-volcanism/earthquakes/myrdalsjokull/
Thanks to Tom Rowan for this link


Global Cooling and the New World Order
By James Delingpole
26 Sep 10 - "Bilderberg. Whether you believe it’s part of a
sinister conspiracy which will lead inexorably to one world
government or whether you think it’s just an innocent high-
level talking shop, there’s one thing that can’t be denied: it
knows which way the wind is blowing ... Global cooling."
See Global Cooling and the New World Order


Heavy Snow Across the World
28 Sep 10 - Reports from ski resorts. "This has been a pretty
amazing time for some resorts around the world." Another record
year for Canada's Marmot?
See
Heavy Snow Across the World



Another Icelandic Volcano Gets Frisky
26 Sep 10 - Bárðarbunga, a powerful stratovolcano in Iceland,
is located under the ice cap of Vatnajökull glacier. A
ctivity has
been rising in the last couple of days
See
Another Icelandic Volcano Gets Frisky

 

Arctic Ice Thickening
2010 Ice Gain vs. 2008
27 Sep 10 - Don't let them scare
those global warming bucks right
out of your wallet.
See Arctic Ice Thickening


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


Massive meteor crater discovered
by scientist scanning Google Earth

28 Sep 10
- See Massive meteor crater discovered
Thanks to Sheldon Day for this link


Extreme cold kills gorillas in Rwanda
19 May 10 - Four rare mountain gorillas were found dead
in Rwanda, apparently victims of extreme cold.
The mainstream
media in the U.S. apparently somehow "missed" this story.
I'm sure they'll be very happy that the story can still get
some coverage.
See
Extreme cold kills gorillas in Rwanda


Monster North Dakota Lake Nearly Quadruples in Size
Recharging Glacial Lake Agassiz?

23 Sep 10 - Devils Lake, ND – "It's been called 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 Monster North Dakota Lake Nearly Quadruples in Size

 

Cassandra Says It Will Get Very Cold
By Alan Caruba
21 Sep 10 - In the Greek myth about Cassandra, she could foresee the future, but no one believed her warnings. Any number of solar scientists and others are warning that the Earth is on the brink of a new Ice Age at worst, a mini ice age at best. Cassandra is saying bundle up!
(Needless to say, I like this article. Caruba quotes me extensively.
Plus, my grandmother's name was Cassandra !)
See Cassandra Says It Will Get Very Cold


Global warming is 'bulls--t,' says Ryanair boss

10 Sep 10 - The chief executive of Europe's largest
airline brands the  consensus that man-made pollution
is heating the planet as "horses--t."
See Global warming is 'bulls--t,' says Ryanair boss

 

Little Ice Age Cometh - Sunspots could disappear for decades
15 Sep10 - Solar astronomers predict that by 2016 there may be no remaining sunspots, and that the sun may remain spotless for several decades.
Little Ice Age Cometh - Sunspots
could disappear for decades

  Photo Credit: NASA/TRACE

Obama: It Is Written, You Will Now Call It
"Global Climate Disruption" (Video)

"Another word fraud." "A vote for massive new regulation in the name of "global climate disruption."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4t0grd6-z8&feature=player_embedded
 

Nanodiamonds in Greenland Ice - Evidence of Explosions in the Sky at a Magnetic Reversal
15 Sep 10 — Trillions of tiny diamonds found in the Greenland Ice Sheet supposedly prove that a comet struck our planet about 12,900 years ago. But I don't agree. I think they provide evidence of explosions in the sky triggered by the Gothenburg magnetic reversal. See Nanodiamonds in Greenland Ice - Evidence of Explosions in the Sky at Magnetic Reversal

Image of nanodiamonds from Greenland Ice Sheet. (Credit:
James C. Weaver UCSB)

Climate change a hoax by gravy-train scientists
1 Sep 10 - (Contains video link) - "Never mind the heat, climate
change is a hoax by gravy-train scientists," said astrophysicist Piers
Corbyn, when asked about this summer's heat wave in Russia.
See
Climate change a hoax by gravy-train scientists


 

Unprecedented Warming in US and Russia ... Not
During July, Moscow was burning up, as well as a major portion of the U.S. - Clear evidence of what the last 3 decades of massive CO2 emissions have done to the climate.
Oooops, we bad - OMG, the above image isn't for July 2010, it's for July 1936! On the right is the temperature anomaly map for July 2010.
See Unprecedented Warming in US and Russia ... Not


Burt Rutan weighs in
17 Sep 10 - "Those who call themselves "Green planet advocates"
should be arguing for a CO2- fertilized atmosphere, not a CO2-starved
atmosphere," says Rutan.  "Just do a bit of research and you will find
that diversity increases when the planet was warm AND had high CO2
atmospheric content."
See Burt Rutan weighs in



Goodbye Sunspots? - Hello Ice Age
15 Sep 10 - According to an article today in Science, the magnetic field
strength of sunspots appears to be waning. If the trend continues, the sun
may become spotless by 2016 and remain that way for decades. A similar
dearth of sunspots in the 17th century coincided with a prolonged period
of cooling on Earth (the Little Ice Age).
See Goodbye Sunspots? - Hello Ice Age

 

Coal and Oil Built our World - Denying Benefits to the Peasants
By Viv Forbes
10 Sep 10 - Coal has always been a friend of the common people. English nobles organised protests against the use of this “dirty” fuel by the peasants. King Edward I banned its use 700 years ago.

First offenders were to be punished with “great fines and ransoms”; second offenders were to have their furnaces smashed.
Coal and Oil Built our World - Denying Benefits to the Peasants


Last Ice Age happened in less than year, say scientistsClick on thumbnail to view image
By Angus Howarth
"
The last ice age 13,000 years ago took hold in just one year, more
than ten times quicker than previously believed, scientists have warned."
See
Last Ice Age happened in less than year, say scientistsClick on thumbnail to view image


Burt Rutan - Spaceship Two Visionary Speech

A 5-minute snapshot of Rutan's vision for commercial space,
with Sir Richard Branson in attendance - Rollout of SS2. Also,
watch the ensuing videos - Building SpaceShipOne - they're inspiring.
Burt Rutan has been called "the man who reinvented the airplane."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eypl0zTFHq0&feature=related
Thanks to Burt Rutan for this link
 

Arctic summer temps colder than normal
10 Sep 10 - According to the Centre for Ocean and Ice at the Danish Meteorological Institute, this summer's Arctic temperatures remained below corresponding average daily temperatures over the past half century.
See Arctic summer temps colder than normal


Brutal Winters Ahead, says Meteorologist
10 Sep 10 - (Includes video link) - The Pacific Ocean
has been in its warm cycle since the late 1970s, says
meteorologist Joe Bastardi. But we're now switching
back to the cold phase and a major La Nina.
See Brutal Winters Ahead, says Meteorologist



La Nina threatens wetter, colder NW winter

9 Sep 10 - Not to be confused with El Niño, its warmer cousin,
La Nina occurs when the surface water near the equator is cooler
than normal in the eastern Pacific Ocean. El
Niño is the opposite.
See video La Nina threatens wetter, colder NW winter


 

Glacier Accused of Global Warming Denies Allegation
Among other things, this article talks about "Gerry Mander, a spokesman for global warming guru Albert Arnold Bore, who won awards for his bullshit propaganda film ‘A Convenient Pack of Lies.’"
See Glacier Accused of Global Warming Denies Allegation


Ice-loss estimates double - even triple - the truth
8 Sep 10 - The rate at which ice is disappearing from Greenland
and Western Antarctica has been seriously overestimated, scientists
now admit. Antarctica as a whole is gaining ice.
See Ice-loss estimates double - even triple - the truth

 

Dueling Almanacs
10 Sep 10 - The Old Farmers' Almanac says "global cooling
to continue," while
the competing Farmer's Almanac predicts
a "kinder, gentler winter."
I think they're both underestimating
 the severity of the coming winter.

See
Dueling Almanacs


Oregon Grape Harvest Down Due to Cool Weather
8 Sep 10 - This summer's cool damp weather is forcing
Oregon's winemakers to toss out a large part of their harvests. 
See Oregon Grape Harvest Down Due to Cool Weather



The Number of the Week is 800
John Brignell has been compiling a list of things caused by
global warming which passed 800 on August 19, 2010.
"The honour of being number 800 goes to the story that
truffles are increasing. You can find it just after truffle
shortage and truffles down; which just about says it all."
For the complete list please see:
http://www.numberwatch.co.uk/warmlist.htm...



Mount Sinabung volcano still active
5 Sep 10 - The Indonesian volcano that erupted last Sunday
continues to shoot clouds of hot ash more than a mile into the
air along with volcanic earthquakes.
See Mount Sinabung volcano still active

 

Snow in Mammoth Lakes, CA
9 Sep 10 - E-mail from reader in California.
Our last real snow was 15 June, first real snow 9 Sep.
That's a short summer. 
And verrrry long winters ;)
Snow in Mammoth Lakes


Mýrdalsjökull - Earthquakes during the past 48 hours

8 Sep 10 - "The latest profile from Iceland looks very concentrated
and focused," says reader Bill Sellers. "And while we've all been
crying 'wolf' over this thing for so long....."

See Mýrdalsjökull - Earthquakes 8 Sep 10
 

Geomagnetic field reverses in a flash
2 Sep 10 - Rocks in Nevada provide evidence of super-fast reversals of Earth’s magnetic polarity. Researchers say such a magnetic reversal would be no big deal.  What ?!!
Geomagnetic field reverses in a flash

BP oil spill driving us into an ice age? - I don't buy it
5 Sep 10 - I keep reading how the BP oil spill has destroyed the Loop Current and is driving us into an ice age. I don’t buy it. There is a well-known history of the gulf loop current 'collapsing.' This happened three times in 1996. It is not all that unusual.
See BP oil spill driving us into an ice age? - I don't buy it


Food shortages already starting?

2 Sep 10 - Russia announced a 12-month extension of
 its grain export ban on Thursday, raising fears about a
return to the food shortages and riots of 2007-08.
See Food shortages already starting?

 

NZ - Ground lurches 11 feet - Immense damage - Aftershocks rattle Christchurch
5 Sep 10 - At least 500 buildings  destroyed by 7.1-magnitude quake  near South Island city of 400,000. NZ - Ground lurches 11 feet


More flooding in Mexico - 100,000 affected
2 Sep 10 - E-mail from a reader in Mexico
It just doesn't seem to stop.  Now the south is being deluged
and flooded. The Vanguardia headline reads "100,000
Tabasqueños Affected by the Rain." 
See
More flooding in Mexico - 100,000 affected


BBC tries to downplay huge snowfall and cold last winter
Supposedly not evidence against climate change

1 Sep 10 - The severe snowfall in North America and Northern
Europe in the winter of 2009-2010 was caused by a rare, once
in a century, collision of two weather systems, "not a change in
climate." says this article.
See BBC tries to downplay huge snowfall and cold last winter


Sinabung - 3rd eruption & strongest

3 Sep 10 - An Indonesian volcano, quiet since 1600, shot a new,
powerful burst of hot ash more than 10,000 ft (3 km) into the today.
The force of the eruption could be felt five miles (8 km) away. T
he
entire mountain trembled violently for five minutes.
See http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100903/ap_on_
re_as/as_indonesia_volcano_erupts

Thanks to Labby for this link
 

Magnetic Fields Breakthrough
20 Aug 10 - Researchers at the University of Dundee have made a breakthrough in the study of magnetic fields, which enhances our understanding of how stars, including the Sun, work.
Magnetic Fields Breakthrough


Neutron Repulsion in the Sun's Core
26 Aug 10 - Here's a paper for your Evolution site, it is a gem
of info! It could also go on your ice-age site, because it says that
"Changes in Earth's climate are linked with highly variable solar
magnetic fields."

See
Neutron Repulsion in the Sun's Core


Knee-high snow in Poland's Tatra Mountains
31 Aug 10 - Harvest stalled due to terrible weather -
30% of crops remain on water-logged fields
E-mail from a reader in Poland

See Knee-high snow in Poland's Tatra Mountains


Snow in the Alps a month earlier than normal
You MUST read the Google translation  :-)
30 Aug 10 - Snow in Voralberg, a month earlier than "normal".
Many farmers still had their cattle in the fields! It's in Dutch, but
you can use an online translator to get the gist of it.
See Snow in the Alps a month earlier than normal



Never before so much rain in Germany
E-mail from readers in Germany
31 Aug 10 - Germany received more rain in August than
in any August since records began in 1881.
See Never before so much rain in Germany


August turns to November in Germany
30 Aug 10 - E-mail from a reader in Germany. My calendar
tells me its still August, well at least for another day, but here
 in Southern Germany it is like November!!!
See
August turns to November in Germany


Half a meter of snow in Norway
29 Aug 10 - E-mail from a reader in Norway
The winter just arrived - half a meter of snow
 in several places in the mountains - it is still
 only August.
See Half a meter of snow in Norway

 

Could Sinabung eruption be start of more?
30 Aug 10 - Indonesian volcano lies only 30 km from Toba.
Could Sinabung eruption be start of more?


Texas fights global-warming power grab

By Peggy Venable
26 Aug 10 - The state's slogan is "Don't mess with Texas." But
the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is doing just
that, and at stake is whether the Obama administration can impose
 its global-warming agenda without a vote of Congress. Texas is
fighting back.
See
Texas fights global-warming power grab

 

Meteorologist expects monster La Nina - Drastic cooling
25 Aug 10 - Southern Hemisphere sea ice now approaching record-high
levels, says meteorologist Joe Bastardi.
See Meteorologist expects monster La Nina - Drastic cooling



Photos of ash-covered villagers fleeing volcano
Ash-covered villagers fleeing
Thanks to Emma Corry for this link


Thousands flee - Indonesian volcano erupts
for first time in 400 years

29 Aug 10 -  At least two people died and thousands were
evacuated after Mount Sinabung northwest of Jakarta thundered
to life shortly after midnight.
Thousands flee-Indonesian volcano erupts for first time in 400 years

 

Cold kills millions of fish in the Amazon
Nature magazine blames "climate change"

27 Aug 10 - It's the biggest ecological disaster Bolivia has
known, says author Anna Petherick. As an example of a sudden
climatic change wreaking havoc on wildlife, "it is unprecedented
in recorded history." So, global warming (strategically
renamed "climate change") has caused this tragic event
involving extremely cold weather?

See Cold kills millions of fish in the Amazon


 

Doubleheader day for volcanic eruptions
25 Aug 10 - Eight thousand people living near Colombia's Galeros volcano were evacuated as the alert status moved to "Red". Italy's Etna also erupted yesterday, producing a 1-km tall plume.
See Doubleheader day for volcanic eruptions


Leading US physicist marvels at NOAA's “scientific
incompetence or completely unethical behavior"

19 Aug 10 - Growing evidence of systematic global warming
data flaws by government climatologists. Respected American
physicist says "NOAA systemically excised data with poor and
biased interpolations."
See Leading US physicist marvels at NOAAs “incompetence
or completely unethical behavior"

 

NOAA Busted - Reported temps may be 10 to 15 degrees too high
11 Aug 10 – Satellite readings for June and July for Lake Michigan showed crazy temperatures ranging in the low to mid hundreds, with some parts of the Wisconsin area apparently reaching 612 F.
NOAA Busted - Reported temps may be 10 to 15 degrees too high


Pat Sajak`s Solution to Global Warming
- 25 Aug 10
The EPA Must be Stopped
By Alan Caruba
“If an invading nation had imposed these kinds of restrictions on Americans, we would be in the streets with guns and any other means to fight them.”
See
The EPA Must be Stopped


One Third of Pakistan Under Water - Destroys
$1 Billion Worth of Crops -
Area the size of UK

15 Aug 10 – Pakistan’s worst floods in 80 years have left
20 million people homeless and six million without food,
medicine, or shelter.
See One Third of Pakistan Under Water
 

Giant Iceberg Breaks off Growing – Growing! - Greenland Glacier
12 Aug 10 – You’ve probably seen those articles about a huge ice island breaking off a Greenland glacier. Many of those articles are trying to blame global warming. But before you buy into that, please be aware that Petermann Glacier has been advancing for years.
Giant Iceberg Breaks off Growing – Growing! - Greenland Glacier


Millions of Fish Dead in Bolivian Rivers
Authorities Explain What Really Happened

10 Aug 10 - This ecological disaster garnered international attention
and  brought accusations of possible chemical spills. Today I received
 this email from the webmaster that broke the story, explaining what
really happened.
See Millions of Dead Fish in Bolivian Rivers - Authorities explain


Katla Volcano, Iceland
9 Aug 10 - Twelve earthquakes in the past 48 hours. It's just
reminding us that it hasn't gone away.
http://en.vedur.is/earthquakes-and-volcanism/earthquakes/myrdalsjokull/
Thanks to Alan Stover for this link


Temperatures well below average in Southern California

9 Aug 10 - Fruits and vegetables not ripening.
See Temps well below average in Southern California


Quiet sun warns of deadly cold and snow ahead
5 Aug 10 – The sun has always and will always control
the climate. During solar minimum there are more cosmic
rays, which means more clouds, which means the earth cools.
See Quiet sun warns of deadly cold and snow ahead
 

The Global Warming Fleecing of American Taxpayers
By Alan Caruba
4 Aug 10 - Despite $30 billion spent on pure science research, "no one is able to point to a single piece of empirical evidence that man-made carbon dioxide has a significant effect on the global climate.”
The Global Warming Fleecing of American Taxpayers


6 million dead fish, alligators, turtles and dolphins
floating down Bolivian rivers

3 Aug 10 - More than six million fish and thousands of alligators,
turtles, dolphins and other river wildlife are floating dead in Bolivian
rivers, the cruel aftermath of the extreme cold in South America.
Includes video link.
See 6 million dead fish floating down Bolivian rivers

 

Snow in Brazil, below zero in the River Plate, tropical fish frozen
5 Aug 10 - For a second day running it snowed in Southern Brazil and in twelve of Argentina’s 24 provinces including parts of Buenos Aires.
Snow in Brazil, below zero in the River Plate, tropical fish frozen


Rebellious Greenland Glacier Keeps Growing

26 July 10 - Berlingske Glacier has steadily grown for the past
100 years. And yet, it's not counted in the glacier inventory. Why
haven't we heard about this growing glacier?
See Rebellious Greenland Glacier Keeps Growing



Could 2011 be the Year Without Summer?
By Tom Rowan
26 July 2010 - In 1816 the northern hemisphere suffered
through the year without summer.  During the previous winter
the Mt Tambora volcano erupted.  Thousands froze to death
due to the bitter cold the atmospheric ash clouds created.
See Could 2011 be the Year Without Summer?


 


Washington State Snowpack - Tweaking the Numbers

31 Jul 10 - On Thursday, I talked to Kay H. Jones Ph.D., who served as a senior advisor at the President's Council on Environmental Quality under both the Ford and Carter Administrations. Dr Jones pointed out  to me how easy it is to use trend charts to push an agenda simply by picking the proper dates.
See Washington State Snowpack - Tweaking the Numbers

 


Argentina - Colder Than Antarctica

3 Aug 10 - Argentina is importing record amounts of energy to
combat the coldest winter in 40 years. Temperatures in parts of
Argentina fell below those of Antarctica on July 15.
See Argentina - Colder Than Antarctica



Peru declares state of emergency amid plunging temperatures
1 Aug 10 - Temperatures across much of the South American country
plummet to 50-year low - predicted to fall further in coming weeks.
See Peru declares state of emergency amid plunging temperatures



Record cold in San Diego
29 Jul 10 - "Grayest, coolest spring and summer in the history
of San Diego," says meteorologist John Coleman.
Short video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jg1f_TRQUwk
Thanks to Joe D'Aleo and Marc Morano for this link
 

- A slow-moving storm dumped up to 8 inches of hail in parts of Colorado,  slowing road travel to a crawl.

8-inch-diameter hailstone weighs 1 lb 15 oz
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/38490706
Thanks to C. Peter Davis for this link
 

Desperate Days for the Warmists
By Christopher Booker
24 Jul 10 - "Ever more risibly desperate become the efforts of
the believers in global warming to hold the line for their religion,
after the battering it was given last winter by all those scandals
surrounding the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change."
See Desperate Days for the Warmists
 

Spacequakes Rumble Near Earth
27 Jul 10 -  Researchers have discovered a form of space weather
that packs the punch of an earthquake, plays a key role in sparking
bright Northern Lights, and generates currents in the earth itself.
They call it "the spacequake." 
See Spacequakes Rumble Near Earth
 

Ice Ice Baby
19 Jul 10 - Striking (short) video from meteorologist
Joe Bastardi showing how much Arctic sea ice has
increased in the past three years! A chilling prospect
for the upcoming winter and beyond?!
http://www.accuweather.com/video/207545930001/
ice-ice-baby.asp?channel=vbbastaj
Thanks to Thomas L. for this link

 

The Union of Concerned Propagandists
23 Jul 10 - The Union of Concerned Scientists has launched a
national advertising campaign to showcase the dedication and
personal histories of scientists studying "climate change" (global
warming). Alan Caruba suggests that it be called The Union of
Concerned Propagandists.
See Union of Concerned Propagandists


Peru Declares Cold Wave Emergency in 16 Regions -
More than 400 deaths

25 Jul 10 - The decree covers all districts more than 3,000
meters (9,800 feet) above sea level, as well as three regions in
the Peruvian jungle that have registered "strangely low
temperatures" in the last few weeks.
See Peru Declares Cold Wave Emergency in 16 Regions

 

Carbon rain - Stars reveal carbon 'spaceballs'
22 Jul 10 - Scientists have detected carbon molecules known as buckyballs in a cloud of cosmic dust.
Carbon rain-Stars reveal carbon spaceballs

Gulf loop current collapse
not unusual

23 Jul 10 - "There is a well- known history of the gulf loop current 'collapsing'," says reader. Dennis Waggener. "This happened three times in 1996. (It) is a common event and not at all unusual."
Gulf loop current collapse not unusual


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


CO2 increase "about as significant as
a few farts in a hurricane!"

By Kirk Myers
22 Jul 10 - In comparison to water in all of its forms, the effect of
the carbon dioxide increase over the last century on the temperature
of the earth is about as significant as a few farts in a hurricane!" says
Dr. Martin Hertzberg, combustion research scientist.
CO2 increase about as significant as a few farts in a hurricane



Cold now extends to Amazon jungle
Email from a reader in Chile
21 Jul 10 - Here in Chile, we don't know to cope with under
zero (°C) temperature..... but the problem is bigger in tropical
Bolivian zone.....the things are worse... Each year is worse.
See Cold now extends to Amazon jungle


 

Big swarm of new quakes in Iceland
21 Jul 10 - Mýrdalsjökull - Many earthquakes during the last 48 hours.
See:
Big swarm of new quakes in Iceland

South America - Longest Cold Streak in 17 years
21 Jul 10 - More than 200 deaths. Snow downs power lines.
Record low temperatures.
See South America - Longest Cold Streak in 17 years

 

Two inches of snow
on Mocha Island

21 Jul 10 - Isla Mocha is a small Chilean island west of the coast of Arauco Province in the Pacific Ocean. There is no memory of such a situation, say residents.
See
Two inches of snow on Mocha Island


H
undreds of dead penguins wash up on Brazil beaches

20 Jul 10 - About 500 of the birds, with their stomachs entirely
empty, have been found on the shores of
Sao Paulo state just in
the last 10 days. Scientists mention colder waters as a possible
cause, or perhaps overfishing. See http://yhoo.it/cONOdN
Thanks to Andrea Jade and John Brown for this link
 

Record Cold At Antarctic Station
15 Jul 10 - "Not a sign of climate change, but rather it is a local regional weather phenomenon (only warm events are signs of climate change)."
See Record Cold At Antarctic Station


Record Collapse of Earth's Upper Atmosphere

15 Jul 10 - The magnitude of the collapse was two to three
times greater than expected - "A Space Age record." Now
get this: Scientists think carbon dioxide in the thermosphere
acted as a coolant. A coolant!
See Record Collapse of Earth's Upper Atmosphere

 

Massive Winter for Northern Hemisphere?
25 Jul 10 - Geoff Sharp predicts that "the next northern winter will experience conditions similar to the Little Ice Age."
See Massive Winter for Northern Hemisphere?


Meteorologist Forecasts Drastic Cooling!
Uses NOAA's own data

8 Jul 10 - "Think the markets are in the tank? asks meteorologist
Joe Bastardi. "Wait till you global temperature watchers get a load
of what is coming. The drastic drop being portrayed here is
something akin to the kind of cooling we saw with Pinatubo."
See Meteorologist Forecasts Drastic Cooling!



Interactive spider - Just for fun - 20 Jul 10
Nothing to do with the climate. Just a spider. You can drag it
around with your mouse, or double click to leave an insect for
 it to eat. It will walk all the way across the page to get it. My
friend Bob Mann says he has placed several in jars and sent
them to (former) friends. 
http://www.onemotion.com/flash/spider/



Why Tectonic Plates Move the Way They Do
17 Jul 10 — New "breakthrough" theory. Subduction (supposedly)
based on essentially "the same fluid dynamics that describe how a
penny sinks through a jar of honey."
See
Why Tectonic Plates Move the Way They Do

 

Slowest July Arctic Melt Ever
18 Jul 10 - NOAA says 2010 is the
hottest ever, even though it’s only July. What’s the hurry? They’ve seen their own forecasts for the rest of the year and know it’s their last chance. Using the same “scientific” method we can declare that the Arctic has experienced the slowest July ice melt ever! 
See Slowest July Arctic Melt Ever


Huge underwater volcano found off Indonesia

12 Jul 10 -
Taller than all but three or four mountains in Indonesia,
the two-mile-high volcano was found  in
an area about the size of
Delaware. Delaware is the second smallest state in the United
States. Imagine how many undiscovered underwater volcanoes
there must be!

See
Huge underwater volcano found off Indonesia


Mass extinction every 27 million years, say boffins
But they pooh-pooh "Nemesis Star"

12 Jul 10 - Boffins insist that much of life on Earth gets regularly
wiped out every 27 million years (give or take a few million
years).
"An excess of extinction events are associated with this
periodicity at 99% confidence." (What is a boffin? Answer here.)
See Mass extinction every 27 million years, say boffins



Stephen Schneider of Stanford University dead at 65
Stephen-Schneider-dies-as-flight-lands-in-London

 

Legal verdict:
Global warming science doesn’t withstand scrutiny

6 June 10 - A cross examination of global warming science
at the University of Pennsylvania Law School concludes that
virtually every claim advanced by global warming proponents
fails to stand up to scrutiny.
See Legal verdict: Global warming science doesn’t withstand scrutiny


Canada - Terrible Times to Come
8 Jul 10 - Flooding affecting grain and cattle farmers across the prairies
See Canada - Terrible Times to Come

 

Disaster in Mexican States
(Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas)

7 Jul 10 - Email from reader - "Incredible! The magnitude of the damage
caused by all of the rainfall from Hurricane Alex is only just starting to be
realized and sink in with people. In Monterrey, the cleanup alone is
expected to take at least six months. Reconstruction is optimistically
expected to take two years."
See many headlines: Disaster in Mexican States


Seven U.S. Congressmen Hand-Deliver seeds to Doomsday Vault
This is crazy! That vault will be buried beneath the ice!
4 Jul 10 - They spent their 4th of July weekend hand-delivering seeds to
the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway. Containing seeds from more
than 525,000 crop varieties, the self-proclaimed "Doomsday Vault" was
built to protect world food supplies in the event of a global catastrophe.
See Seven U.S. Congressmen Hand-Deliver seeds to Doomsday Vault



Global warming my backside -
Coldest day in Australia in almost 100 years

1 Jul 10 - Isisford, Queensland, warmed to just 10 degrees,
the town's chilliest day since before records began in 1913.
See Global warming my backside-Coldest day in Australia in 100 years


Breaking! Katla - 14 earthquakes in 48 hours!
9 Jul 10 - Fourteen earthquakes have occurred below Iceland's
Mýrdalsjökull glacier during the past 48 hours - one within the last
four hours. Katla Volcano lies beneath the Mýrdalsjökull glacier.
See
Katla - 14 earthquakes in 48 hours!
 

We are now in a low CO2 period
4 Jul 10 - "In the big picture we are now in a low CO2 period," says aviation engineer Burt Rutan. "The 20th century increase shows as an insignificant dot at this scale." See
We are now in a low CO2 period
 

 


Alberta Walloped with Heavy Snow - In mid July!

13 July 10 - “To receive this much snow in July and have it stay on the
ground is unheard of,” says Megan Gibson from the Marmot Basin Ski
Resort near Jasper, Alberta. 
See
Alberta Walloped with Heavy Snow - In mid July!
 

Refusing to Report the Truth
6 Jul 10 - The Fourth Int'l Conference on Climate Change featured world-famous physicists from Russia, Israel, and the U.S.; an astronaut who walked on the moon, and the men who exposed the IPCC “hockey stick” fraud. Guess how many from the “mainstream media” covered the Fourth Conference? None!
See Refusing to Report the Truth


Melting of Greenland ice mimics 1920s-1940s event
Researchers see this as a cause for alarm, rather than proof that it's
simply part of a natural cycle and not driven by humans.
See Melting of Greenland ice mimics 1920s-1940s event

 

Ice-age maps
11 Jul 10 - Thanks to the many readers who
told me where to find more ice-age maps.
I've now added them to this website. Here's
the new link.
See Ice-Age Maps


Ice-age lake beginning to recharge?

7 Jul 10 - Email from reader
See Ice-age lake beginning to recharge?
 

Antarctic sea ice peaks at
third highest in satellite record

1 Jul 10 - But no mention in the
mainstream media
See Antarctic sea ice peaks at
third highest in satellite record


Snow delays summer season for Lassen Volcanic National Park, CA
3 Jul 10 - Most park trails still snow-covered and inaccessible.
See Snow delays summer season for Lassen Volcanic National Park



Whistler-Blackcomb reopens -
still a winter wonderland

Whistler-Blackcomb reopens with summer snow5 Jul 10 - Whistler Mountain has opened an alpine tube park "for the first time ever" and opened a snowshoeing course in lieu of alpine hiking, while Blackcomb Mountain has reopened for skiing and boarding on the Blackcomb Glacier.
See Whistler-Blackcomb reopens - still a winter wonderland
 

Disaster declaration for 29 Washington counties
1 Jul 10 - Washington's Governor has asked the federal government to
designate 29 Washington counties as farm disaster areas due to cool and
rainy spring weather. That's
an area as large as Vermont, Massachusetts,
Connecticut and Maine combined.
See Disaster declaration for 29 Washington counties



Mexico - Incredible damage from Hurricane Alex

2 Jul 10 - Monterrey freeway in chaos.
Dramatic drop in temperature. Scary videos.
See Mexico - Incredible damage from Hurricane Alex
 

Snow on Mt. Washington, NH - In July!
1 Jul 10 - A a dusting of snow fell yesterday on New Hampshire's Mount Washington, startling tourists and forcing closure of the toll road to the top.
See Snow on Mt. Washington, NH - In July!


100-year rainstorm swamps Saskatoon

2 Jul 10 - Nearly one meter (three feet) of water rush down city streets.
See 100-year rainstorm swamps Saskatoon

 

Electrostatic fields may trigger evolution
30 Jun 10 - When researchers exposed cereal seeds and fish eggs to a high voltage field, unexpectedly primeval organisms grew out of these seeds and eggs: A fern that no

botanist was able to identify; primeval corn with up to 12 ears
per stalk; wheat ready to be harvested in just 4 to 6 weeks, and
giant trout extinct in Europe for 130 years.
See Electrostatic fields may trigger evolution

 


Paying President’s ‘Price On Carbon’

30 Jun 10 - The American Power Act "will cut U.S. employment by
roughly 522,000 jobs in 2015," "prices at the gas pump would leap 58%,
and residential electricity costs would “necessarily skyrocket” 90%."
They should call it the American DISempower Act.
See Paying President’s ‘Price On Carbon’


Massive volcanism created underwater plateau
one-third the size of the United States

27 Jun 10 - The Kerguelen Plateau, an underwater plateau
one-third the size of the United States, is the result of massive
volcanic eruptions about 100 million years ago. Intermittent
eruptions continue
today at Heard and McDonald Islands.
See
Massive volcanism created underwater plateau one-third size of US
 

U.S. refused Dutch oil skimmers
26 Jun 10 - Three days after the oil spill started, the Dutch offered to fly
four oil skimmers to the Gulf. 
Each system will collect 36,500 barrels of oil per day. "The offer was apparently turned down because EPA regulations
do not allow water with oil to be pumped back into the ocean."
And
w
e want these would-be dictators
to control our energy supplies?
See U.S. refused Dutch oil skimmers


Skiing both hemispheres - summer and winter
23 Jun 10 - Most all of Europe's ski areas are open (France, Scotland,
Italy, Switzerland, Norway, Austria), as are ski areas in New Zealand,
Chile, Argentina, Canada, the United States (California, Utah, Oregon)
and South Africa.
See Skiing both hemispheres - summer and winter

 

Longer Term Solar Minimum
could lead to Little Ice Age

15 Aug 09 - "Magnetic intensity in sunspots is decreasing...if this continues in the same way as it has for the last 15 years, the Sun will be devoid of sunspots in five years...overall the Sun’s energetic output will decline significantly inducing another little ice age on the Earth.”
See Longer Term Solar Minimum could lead to Little Ice Age
image


Extreme cold wiped out British seven times
during past 700,000 years
When the first humans arrived Britain was warm, resembling modern
north Africa. But ice covered the country at several stages, making the
environment similar to that of Scandinavia. "Early Britons had to cope 
with these changes of climate. Often they couldn't and they died out
completely.”
(I ran this story four years ago, but think it's worth
 re-running.)

See Extreme cold wiped out Brits
 

A Bad Future for Everyone
By Alan Caruba
27 Jun 10 - "There is something
called the Grand Solar Minimum, a
diminution of radiation from the Sun
that is likely to precede a new ice
age and is predicted to last a century.
Since the period between ice ages is
generally 11,500 years we are at the
very end of the current interglacial
period.
See A Bad Future for Everyone


Rocking in Iceland
28 Jun 10 - "Looks like things are rocking in Iceland," says this email
from Randy. Six earthquakes in Eyjafjallajokull / Katla area during the
past 48 hours. "Thank you for your excellent website."
http://en.vedur.is/earthquakes-and-volcanism/earthquakes/atlantic/


Now they're calling lack of sunspots "the calm before the storm"
Don't they get it? This is the storm

23 Jun 10 - "Absence of sunspots make scientists wonder if they're
seeing a calm before a storm of energy," blared the headline yesterday
in the Washington Post. The headline should have read "Absence of
sunspots could lead to Little Ice Age."
See Lack of sunspots "the calm before the storm"



Devastating Coffee Spill in BP Boardroom - Video
22 Jun 10 - So far I've posted nothing about the BP oil spill because it has
nothing to do with the climate ... yet. However, this sadly hilarious video
gives an indication of how well our government might handle the nation's
energy sector if the Control-and-Tax bill becomes law.
See Devastating Coffee Spill in BP Boardroom

 

Kimberlite pipes carved by electromagnetic forces
23 Jun 10 - Although kimberlite eruptions at the Earth’s surface have never been witnessed, we know they erupt catastrophically over a very short time. They were carved by powerful electric currents corkscrewing into the earth, says this article.
See Kimberlite pipes carved by electromagnetic forces


Canadian Prairies More Lake Than Prairie!
22 Jun 10 - Twelve million acres of Manitoba farmland are under water, ten
million acres of Saskatchewan farmland are under water, and we are waiting
to hear how many millions of acres of Alberta farmland are under water.
See Canadian Prairies More Lake Than Prairie!

 

Is the Weather Channel trying to hide the truth?
22 Jun 10 - I say the sun is headed for a Grand Minimum. They say,
"A Sleeping Giant Awakens." See
Is the Weather Channel trying to hide the truth?
              Aurora - Courtesy of NASA


Antarctica growing colder - Ice expanding
18 Apr 09 - "Ice is expanding in much of Antarctica," says this
article. In addition, the South Pole has shown "significant cooling
in recent decades".
See Antarctica growing colder - Ice expanding


NASA - Rewrite and confuse the public
18 Jun 10 - NASA is beefing up sunspot numbers in a way
where we cannot compare to previous cycles, says Accuweather
meteorologist Joe Bastardi. The old method would never say
there was a sunspot, says Bastardi. "They are picking out what
they term a sunspot now." I think this masks the possibility
that we are headed into the next Little Ice Age.

See NASA - Rewrite and confuse the public

 

What's Wrong with the sun?
Are we headed for a new little ice age?
14 Jun 10 - There is evidence that the sun is inexorably losing
its ability to produce sunspots. By 2015, they could be gone
altogether, "plunging us into a new Maunder minimum - and
perhaps a new Little Ice Age."

See What's Wrong with the sun?

 

Ski Hill on Vancouver Island still open -
Skiing in June a first in the resort’s thirty-two year history

18 Jun 10 - “Imagine telling your friends and family across the
country that you skied on Vancouver Island on the first day of
summer. It really is unbelievable.”
See Ski Hill on Vancouver Island still open

 

Austria - 50cm of midsummer snow
20 Jun 10 - Surely some mistake? But that's exactly what they got. Heavy snow, with more to follow. Also in Switzerland, Italy and France. See Austria - 50cm of midsummer snow
 

Bilderberg Group concerned about global cooling
17 Jun 10 - Email from a reader. The Bilderberg annual meeting just
wrapped up. It dealt mainly with Financial Reform, Security, Cyber
Technology, Energy, Pakistan, Afghanistan, World Food Problem,
Global Cooling
, Social Networking, Medical Science, EU-US relations.
See Bilderberg Group concerned about global cooling

 

Sun's behavior baffles astronomers
Could this trigger the next Little Ice Age?

15 Jun 10 - An extremely long stretch of low
activity in recent years has scientists baffled
and scrambling for better forecasting models."
"Cycle 24 should reach its peak in mid-2013
at about half the size of the last three cycles.
See Sun's behavior baffles astronomers


LA Times mocks Obama

16 Jun 10 - There's a pipe spewing a gazillion gobs of oil
into the gulf, so let's build more windmills!

See LA Times mocks Obama


Nonstop shaking in California town

16 Jun 10 - The tiny desert town of Ocotillo, California,
just five miles from the epicenter of Monday's magnitude
5.7 temblor, has been rattled by dozens of secondary
aftershocks since that time. "Everybody is just freaked."
See Nonstop shaking in California town



A Congress that is immune to facts and truth
By Alan Caruba
15 Jun 10 - A Congress that cared about America would disband
the Environmental Protection Agency as an enemy of progress and
growth. Instead, it continues to heedlessly seek to give it control of
 the nation’s future and with it our lives.
See A Congress that is immune to facts and truth

 

Cold weather kills 500 penguins in Cape Town
15 Jun 10 - With only 700 breeding pairs of African penguins on Bird Island,
the death of over half the populations' chicks - in just 24 hours -  presents an
"added threat" to the dwindling numbers of penguins.
See Cold weather kills 500 penguins in Cape Town



Another volcano waking up
12 Jun 10 - Kamchatka’s Gorely volcano in Russia's Far East
is spewing steam and ash after lying dormant for decades. 
See
Another volcano waking up

 

More cold, snowy winters for Europe, eastern Asia
and eastern North America

11 Jun 10 — "Cold and snowy winters will be the rule, rather than
the exception," says Dr James Overland of the NOAA/Pacific Marine
Environmental Laboratory in the United States. See
More cold, snowy winters for Europe, eastern Asia and eastern North America


Rains washing out Canadian wheat -
Lowest seeded acreage since 1971

11 Jun 10 - So much rain has fallen across much of the Canadian
Prairies in recent weeks that it has become impossible for farmers
to navigate tractors in muddy fields.
See Rains washing out Canadian wheat

 

Eruption of a third Icelandic volcano could be imminent
11 Jun 10 - Volcano expert Dr Hazel Rymer warned yesterday that
the eruption of Iceland's Askja volcano could be imminent.
See
Eruption of a third Icelandic volcano could be imminent
 

Cap & Ruin
By Phil Brennan
11 Jun 10 - Sen. Harry Reid wants to force the U.S. Senate to pass
the American Power Act (APA), a bill that will skyrocket your electric bills,
wreck an already staggering economy, drive jobs overseas, and cause
more unemployment in the midst of a depression. He wants to take us
back to the energy usage of 1863. They should more honestly call
it the Destroying American Power Act. (DAMPA)
See Cap & Ruin

Taal Volcano situation worsens -
Authorities alarmed

14 Jun 10 - The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology says it recorded seven volcanic quakes Monday night at Taal Volcano. Taal Volcano is located in the  Philippines about 31 miles from Manila.

Though there have been 33 recorded eruptions at Taal since 1572, it has been relatively quiet since 1977.
See
Taal Volcano situation worsens - Authorities alarmed

Katla - Now 13 and counting! - 13 Jun 10

Katla - 10 and counting! - Plus five at Eyjafjallajokull!

12 Jun 10 - Update as of Saturday afternoon, June 12, there are now
at least 10 quakes showing up on the map!! Plus five at Eyjafjallajokull!
See Katla - 10 and counting!

 

Shock:
Sen Graham reverses climate view!

9 Jun 10 - On Tuesday, Senator Lindsey Graham told reporters that he would vote against the climate bill he helped author. Then he went one step further, saying that global warming "is no big deal."
Shock: Sen Graham reverses climate view!


Winter arrives early in the Andes

7 Jun 10 - Four storms rolled in across Chile's Valle
Nevado in early May blanketing the resort in more than
a metre of fresh snow - almost a month early.
See Winter arrives early in the Andes



California snowpack 2 to 4 times normal
3 Jun 10 - This is how ice ages begin ... more and more snow each winter.
See
California snowpack 2 to 4 times normal



Contrarian New Zealand Glaciers Keep Growing
3 May 09 - We keep hearing that the world's glaciers are retreating, but
this article admits that some, including glaciers south of the equator in South
America and New Zealand, are still growing.
See Contrarian New Zealand Glaciers Keep Growing



Slovakia - Worst flood in centuries
One-20th of Hungary's arable land under water

7 Jun 10 - Warsaw braced Monday for a new flood crest on the mighty
Vistula river, while Slovakia reeled from its worst flood in centuries.
See
Slovakia - Worst flood in centuries

 

8 now, with another 4 close by! 
Jenny Cameron-Inverness, Scotland
(I don't envy you, Jenny. You're a lot
closer to it than I am.)

Maybe six! - 11:00 a.m.

Wait, now there have been five! - 10:00 am
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for these updates

Breaking! - 8:00 a.m.
Four earthquakes at Katla in past 12 hours!

11 Jun 10 - Four earthquakes have occurred below Iceland's Mýrdalsjökull glacier during the past 12 hours - one within the past hour.
See Four earthquakes at Katla in past 12 hours!


Katla shows signs of increased activity
8 Jun 10 - Fears are growing that the Katla volcano in Iceland -
larger and more dangerous than Eyjafjallajökull - could soon erupt.
Oddly, the media is not yet reporting on this dramatic increase.
See Katla shows signs of increased activity



90 percent of eastern Croatia farmland under water
Thousands evacuated as more floods hit central Europe

5 Jun 10 - Poland, Hungary and Slovakia have launched major operations
to move thousands of people from houses threatened by rising water.
See 90 percent of eastern Croatia farmland under water


Stop the EPA Power Grab!
4 Jun 10 - Help stop the biggest threat to America's freedom and
prosperity that Obama has attempted so far. Because I'm so firmly
convinced that the idea of human-caused global warming is a total
lie, I want to pass this on to you.
See Stop the EPA Power Grab



Instead of being swamped, several Pacific Islands are growing 
3 Jun 10 - According to global warming alarmists, rising sea levels "should"
be inundating the tiny island nation of Tuvalu. It turns out, however, that a
number of Pacific islands are actually growing.
See Several Pacific Islands are growing

 

The EPA Runs Amuck
By Alan Caruba
8 Jun 10 - On Thursday, the Senate will vote on S.J. Resolution 26. It is an effort to stop the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating “greenhouse gas emissions” without any legislative accountability. If the vote fails, the EPA will be free to continue its assault on the nation’s economy and every aspect of your personal life.
See
EPA Runs Amuck


Woke up in December instead of June
8 Jun 10 - Email from reader in Maine
Robert: The other day Drudge had a headline that Idahoans
were wondering where summer was. We here in the northeast
are wondering the same thing. It feels like we are in the grip of
mid-spring much more than on the eve of summer.
See Woke up in December instead of June



Record rainfall could leave 1 million acres unplanted -
Conditions among wettest ever on the Canadian Prairies
3 Jun 10 - "About 30 percent of northeastern Saskatchewan, or more
than 1 million acres designated for wheat, canola and barley, might go
unplanted this year."

See Record rainfall could leave 1 million acres unplanted



Methane Extinctions - Could this Explain the Carolina Bays?
See dramatic video

Jun 2010 - The Great Permian Extinction could have been caused
by huge, worldwide methane explosions, says professor. Could such
explosions have created the Carolina Bays?
See Methane Extinctions - Could this Explain the Carolina Bays?



Seattle on track to beat record for reaching 75 degrees
24 May 10 - Last year, Seattle was already heading toward
the 80s at the end of May. In 2008, Seattle notched its first
90 on May 17. This year? Forget it.
See Seattle on track to beat record for reaching 75 degrees


"Unprecedented" snowstorm in Pakistan
2 Jun 10 - Several nomad families in the upper reaches of Kishtwar
are reportedly missing since untimely heavy snowfall and rain struck
the Pir Panjal mountain ranges last week. Officials estimate loss of
livestock at over 10,000.
See Unprecedented snowstorm in Pakistan



A fifth of Mongolia's livestock dead after brutal winter
31 May 10 - More than 8.2 million animals, nearly a fifth of all livestock
in Mongolia, have died in a winter of snow, cold and gales so severe
Mongolians have a special term for it — "dzud."
See A fifth of Mongolia's livestock dead after brutal winter



Underwater volcano erupts 90 miles north of Saipan -
Blasts ash up to 40,000 feet
31 May 10 - The National Weather Service on Guam today announced
that an undersea volcano has erupted between the islands of Sarigan and
Anatahan in the Northern Mariana Islands.
See Underwater volcano 90 miles north of Saipan

 

Sweden - Snow cover sets new record
Snow cover still increasing in the Alps
Sweden - Record number of sub-zero days
Austria's Sonnblick sets new June snow-depth record
4 Jun 10 - See Sweden snow cover sets new record
 

It's not about the science, stupid
They don't give a crap about the science
28 May 10 - Shortly after I submitted my article "Lieberman-Kerry
bill predicated on a lie" to the Independent Individualist, I received
the following reply from the editor. 
See It's not about the science, stupid

 

Newsweek admits science is uncertain
31 May 10 - 'Bickering and defensive, climate researchers have lost
the public’s trust," says this surprisingly candid article in Newsweek.
Concern over global warming has cooled dramatically.
See
Newsweek admits science is uncertain
 

Al Gore - A Special Kind of Crazy -
Separation a ruse to protect assets?
4 Jun 10 - Al Gore and Tipper have announced a separation
(rather than a divorce). Though many journalists are mourning
the loss of the "storybook couple," some see a deeper motive
 rather than simply "growing apart."  

See Al Gore - A Special Kind of Crazy

 

Lord Monckton wins global warming debate at Oxford Union
24 May 10 - (This one is funny.) - For what is believed to be the
first time ever in England, an audience of university undergraduates
has decisively rejected the notion that “global warming” is or could
become a global crisis.
See Lord Monckton wins global warming debate at Oxford Union


Two more eruptions over the weekend - Bezymianny and Cleveland
31 May 10 - A strong explosive eruption of Bezymianny volcano occurred
today, with another eruption at Cleveland in the Alaska Aleutians.
See Two more eruptions - Bezymianny and Cleveland



Two massive volcanic eruptions in Central and South America
What will this do to our climate?

29 May 10 - Two huge volcanoes erupted  in Central and South America
yesterday, forcing thousands of people to flee and disrupting air traffic as
the ash drifted over major cities.
See Two massive volcanic eruptions in Central and South America


Britons Doubt Global Warming Claims
Wonder if it’s been "overhyped”
25 May 10 - Britain has evolved into a home base for a thriving group of
climate skeptics, apparently convincing many that the threat of warming is
vastly exaggerated, moans this article in the New York Times.
See Britons Doubt Global Warming Claims


 

The Looming Threat of Global Cooling
23 May 10 - "You thought last winter was bad? Wait until this winter," says Dr. Don Easterbrook, Professor of Geology at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA. See
Looming Threat of Global Cooling


Memorial Day skiing in California

26  May 10 - SAN FRANCISCO - "Rare" late-spring snow down
to about the 6,900-foot level around Lake Tahoe. At least one resort
is inviting skiers to enjoy one last fandango on the slopes.
See Memorial Day skiing in California



2nd Iceland volcano issues warning
Here comes round two

27 May 10 - Iceland's powerful Katla volcano is showing signs
that it may be about to erupt, scientists warn.
See
2nd Iceland volcano issues warning


A greenhouse effect on the moon?
May 2010 - Our moon is quite a bit warmer than calculations predict.
Is there a "greenhouse effect" on the moon? (Even though it is airless?).
Is this warmth caused by humans and their SUVs?
See Greenhouse effect on the moon?


Thanks for 'iceagenow'
27 May 10 - Hi Robert, I am a long time visitor to ‘iceagenow’.
I really enjoy reading and visiting all the links. I cannot imagine all
the work that goes into it. It is pretty scary to realize how the IPCC
operates. How large masses of people take their word as ‘gospel’,
and how reputable scientists are ignored or aggressively attacked
in the media because their views differ from that of the official line
adopted by the IPCC.
See
Thanks for 'iceagenow'


Persistent cold, wet weather delays crops, worries farmers
Sierra snowpack 167 percent of normal
24  May 10 - Melon crops are less likely to be ready for market in
time for July 4th, and tomato harvests likely will be delayed, says this
article in the Sacramento Bee. On the upside, Sierra snowpack is
167 percent of normal.
See Persistent cold, wet weather delays crops, worries farmers


Eyjafjallajökull appears to be quieting down
25 May 10 - After two months of eruption, Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull
Volcano appears to be quieting down, says this article from NASA.
See Eyjafjallajökull appears to be quieting down
 

More than 900 earthquakes in seven days in California-Nevada area
25 May 10 - Many of the earthquakes were so low on the scale they
wouldn't be felt by anyone - but hundreds? What does that tell us about
what might be about to happen?
See 900 earthquakes in 7 days in CA-NV area

 

100,000 told to flee as flood hits Polish capital
Estimated damage tops 2.5 billion
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/37301511/ns/weather/
See video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OG0AdER04A4&feature=player_embedded#!

Thanks to Steven Woodcock and Stephanie Relfe for these links
 

Vanuatu's Volcanoes have Awakened - Fantastic Video
22 May 10 - Look out Australia! In the past few weeks, the level of activity at Vanuatu has increased markedly, says volcanologist John Search.
Could this be due to low sunspot activity?

See Vanuatu's Volcanoes have Awakened


Triple Crown of global cooling could pose serious threat to humanity

By Kirk Myers
19 May 10 - “Global warming” may become one of those quaint cocktail
party conversations of the past if three key climate drivers – cooling North
Pacific sea surface temperatures, extremely low solar activity and increased
volcanic eruptions – converge to form a “perfect storm” of plummeting
temperatures that send our planet into a long-term cool-down lasting
20 or 30 years or longer.
See Triple Crown of global cooling


Iceland president tells Europe to get ready for Katla
Eyjafjallajoekull only a "small rehearsal."
"The larger Katla volcano, right next to it, usually erupts every century,
and the last eruption was in 1918. The time for Katla to erupt is coming
close. It can create, for a long period, extraordinary damage to modern
advanced society."
See Iceland president tells Europe to get ready for Katla

 

Two, maybe three, quakes at Katla
21 May 10 - If you look at the map you will see two, maybe three,
quakes at Katla and a cluster of quakes at Eyjafjallajokull. Perhaps
the president of Iceland was right on the money when he sent a
warning to Europe concerning Katla.
See Two, maybe three, quakes at Katla

 

"Deniers" Meet and the Media Ignores Them...Again
By Alan Caruba
18 May 10 - The 4th Intnl Conference on Climate Change, sponsored by The Heartland Institute, brought together eminent scientists and other distinguished folk from around the world. But for the most part, the mainstream media ignored it. The problem is that "global warming" is being used to manipulate the world into accepting globalgovernance. A

draft international treaty making the rounds would be the end of democracy.
See "Deniers" Meet and the Media Ignores Them...Again


Uh-oh! Katla Volcano Just Rumbled
17 May 10 -  The Iceland Met office reports that a small
earthquake has occurred at the Katla location. Although a
single earthquake does not guarantee an eruption, it could
be the first ’sigh’ of the awakening giant.
See Uh-oh! Katla Volcano Just Rumbled



Many more Iceland volcanoes seem to be stirring
16 May 10 – At least three other big Icelandic volcanoes are building
towards an eruption, says volcanologist.
Laki cooled the entire northern
hemisphere for nearly three years, causing crop failures and famines
that killed 2 million people and helped trigger the French Revolution.
See Many more Iceland volcanoes seem to be stirring



Iceland volcano - Major Global Disaster in the Making
By Gordon Gekko
10 May 10 - "It is likely that either the authorities are underestimating
the potential for a far bigger eruption and subsequent devastation or ... simply
hiding the facts from the public so as not to “rock the boat” i.e. keep the
sheeple calm and let them go about their slavery as usual. Virtually no steps
are being taken to inform/prepare the public if this eruption takes a turn for
the worse, and evidence seems to be increasing that it will.

See Iceland volcano - Major Global Disaster in the Making



Harvard astrophysicist dismisses AGW theory -
"Their probabilities are absolute crap"
11 May 10 - Dr. Willie Soon, a solar and climate scientist at the
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, questions the dogma
of man-made global warming. Challenges peers to "take back climate
science." If the sun persists in its sleepy state, Earth could be headed
for another Grand Minimum
See Harvard astrophysicist dismisses AGW theory

 

Cap-and Tax: A $cam Based on a Scam
By Alan Caruba
11 May 10 - It is almost beyond comprehension that Sen. John Kerry and Sen. Joe Lieberman will introduce the Cap-and-Trade Act to the Senate on May 12th. It is being passed off as a “climate bill” with provisions for more oil drilling, but it is an assault on reality, on science,
on common sense, and on any future economic growth of the nation.
See Cap-and Tax: A $cam Based on a Scam


Next Little Ice Age Now !!
19 May 10 - Good morning! I've spent the past few days at Heartland's 4th International
Climate Conference in Chicago, and will start posting about it tomorrow. I have met many,
many fellow skeptics, and feel totally energized. I've heard a Russian scientist declare that
the next Little Ice Age could begin in 2014, and heard a Mexican scientist say that it will
begin in 2010 (THIS YEAR!).  I'm in awe at all of the work these courageous scientists
have accomplished.
More tomorrow. Robert



From Science magazine's CYA department
11 May 10 - When you go to Science magazine's website with the
phony photo of the polar bear, you'll now find a different photo.
Below the photo you'll see a tiny "correction" notice.
See Fake photo in Science article


30,000 Anti-Global Warming Scientists Can’t Be Wrong
By Fred Dardick
30 Apr 10 - “It is a blatant lie put forth in the media that makes
it seem there is only a fringe of scientists who don’t buy into
anthropogenic global warming.”
See
30,000 Anti-Global Warming Scientists Can’t Be Wrong


 

Conference begins on Sunday!


Iceland seismic activity detected some distance from volcano
- 9 May 10 http://en.vedur.is/earthquakes-and-volcanism/earthquakes/myrdalsjokull/
Thanks to Steven Rowlandson for this link
 

Massive asphalt domes
found on sea floor  

26 Apr 10  - "They're larger than
a football-field long and as tall as
a six-story building ... and made completely out of asphalt." The asphalt formed when petroleum flowed from the seafloor some 30,000 to 40,000 years ago.
See Massive asphalt domes
found on sea floor


Fake photo in Science article
9 May 10 - A letter signed by 250 scientists and published
in the journal Science is accompanied by a photo of a lone
Polar Bear apparently stranded on an iceberg. The photo
is a fake. The same background is also available with 
one emperor penguin or three.
See Fake photo in Science article


Climate expert predicts wet and lousy summer
9 May 10 - “Most of the theories surrounding climate change
are complete nonsense," says astrophysicist Piers Corbyn. The
earth has been cooling since 2002. It’s the opposite of what
they say. June, July and August will be very variable, ranging
from average to pretty lousy with heavy bouts of rain."
See Climate expert predicts wet and lousy summer

 

Yes, an earthquake at Katla
7 May 10 - Email from reader. "There was definitely a magnitude 3 
earthquake under the glacier at Katla."
See Yes, an earthquake at Katla

 

Eyjafjallajokull acting up again
7 May 10 - Intensified eruptions. Flights cancelled in Scotland.
See
Eyjafjallajokull acting up again


One of Minnesota's Latest May Snowfalls on Record
By Paul Douglas - 6 May 10
"I can only imagine how thrilled Minnesotans were on May 20, 1892,
when the Twin Cities was blanketed under 3" of snow. If we do get 1-2"
of slush we'll wind up on the Top 10 List. What a great honor huh?"
See One of Minnesota's Latest May Snowfalls on Record
 

Snow in Barrie, Ontario
9 May 10 - As you can see in the photos there is snow on my car and on the neighbors lilacs and I can assure you this is not normal for the 9th of may in Barrie Ontario. Last year we had snow on the 30th of April and this year on the 9th of May.
Looks like the beginnings of a pattern
See Snow in Barrie, Ontario


We could have an ice age any time, says Swedish climate expert
22 Apr 10 - "Over the past one million years, we have experienced eight
ice ages," says Swedish climate expert Dr. Fred Goldberg. "Eighty percent
of the last million years was ice age. We are lucky to live in this short inter-
glacial period." Carbon dioxide is not the main cause of global warming.
See We could have an ice age any time, says Swedish climate expert

 

Is Katla beginning to act up?
6 May 10 - Yesterday I wondered if
Eyjafjallajökull might be a precursor
to an eruption at nearby Katla volcano.

Lo and behold, the first sign of seismic
activity may have occurred at Katla.


I say may, because this website showed
an earthquake there yesterday, but today the map has been changed.
See Is Katla beginning to act up?


Arctic ice sets 30 records in April - One for each day
2 May 10 - According to satellite data, the Arctic was more ice-bound
each day of April than on any other corresponding day since its sensors
began tracking the extent of Arctic Ice. This supports a growing number
of reports that Earth could be in for a period of global cooling.
See Arctic ice sets 30 records in April - One for each day



Iceland volcano closes airspace over Northern Ireland - Again  
5 May 10 -Scientists worry that Eyjafjallajökull could trigger an eruption
at  nearby Katla volcano. But I wonder: Is it possible that, rather than being
a trigger, Eyjafjallajökull is actually a precursor to a Katla eruption?
See Iceland volcano closes airspace over Northern Ireland



I-24 in Nashville becomes a river - School building floats down it
1 May 10 - See amazing video
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link

 

Strongest Geomagnetic Storm
in 18 Months Hits Earth

13 Apr 10 - Experts at American Academy of Sciences predict maximum solar activity by 2012 with strong outbursts and geomagnetic storms. Fluctuations will damage high-voltage power lines and transformer substations, leaving the planet without electricity. See Strongest Geomagnetic Storm in 18 Months


Historic flooding in Tennessee 
2 May 10 - Just two days into the month, and this is already
the wettest May in Nashville's recorded history.
See Historic flooding in Tennessee 

 

Snow on Stevens Pass, WA
3 May 10 - More snow forecast for today. And tonight. And tomorrow.
http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/
traffic/passes/stevens
/
Thanks to Brendan McMahan
for this link

See also
More heavy snow for the Cascades
2 May 10 -
See
Record Low Temperatures across the US


Climate-change bill put on hold
25 Apr 10 - The new climate-change legislation that
Senators had planned to foist on an unsuspecting
American public on Monday has been put on hold.

See
Climate-change bill put on hold
 

Abolition of private property
30 Apr 10 - "Global warming's story begins with a diabolical bastard named Karl Marx."

"...the theory of the Communist may be summed up
in the single sentence: Abolition of private property."

Thus begins this new must-read book by veteran meteorologist Brian Sussman, who brilliantly exposes the global warming scam.
See Abolition of private property


Russian scientist says Arctic getting colder

23 Apr 10 - Forget your thoughts of a balmy Northwest
Passage. An Arctic cold snap that began in 1998 could
last for years, freezing the northern marinepassage and
making it impassable without icebreaking ships.
See Russian scientist says Arctic getting colder

 

Eyjafjallajökull - What next?
26 Apr 10 - Put this volcano together with Chaiten, toss in a
few more, and I think we have the makings of an ice age.
See Eyjafjallajökull - What next?



We could have an ice age any time, says Swedish climate expert
22 Apr 10 - "Over the past one million years, we have experienced
eight ice ages," says Swedish climate expert Dr. Fred Goldberg. "Eighty
percent of the last million years was ice age. We are lucky to live in this
short inter-glacial period." Carbon dioxide is not the main cause of
global warming.
See We could have an ice age any time, says Swedish climate expert

 

Climate Scientist Threatens Lawsuit
26 Apr 10 - The Penn State climate professor best known for his "hockey
stick graph," which shows how the world is (supposedly) warming at an
alarming rate (and which I consider fraudulent), says he'll sue the makers
of a video hit on You Tube titled "Hide the Decline."

See Climate Scientist Threatens Lawsuit
 

Cold killed the dinosaurs? -
Reader trashes researcher's claim

26 Apr 10 - Last week, British researchers claimed that a sudden cooling
in the Atlantic Gulf Stream more than 137 million years ago came when the
Earth was in a ''greenhouse'' climate very similar to today's. This reader
points out that
the Atlantic Gulf Stream did not exist 137 million years ago.
See Cold killed the dinosaurs? - Reader trashes researcher's claim


Dinosaurs wiped out by sudden cooling, not comet, scientists claim
24 Apr 10 - British researchers claim that a sudden drop in sea temperature
more than 137 million years ago was the first step towards their extinction.
They conclude that the sudden cooling was caused by global warming.
 
See
Dinosaurs wiped out by sudden cooling, not comet
 

Stunning photos of Iceland volcano against
breathtaking backdrop of Northern Lights

23 Apr 10 - The volcano under the Eyjafjallajökull glacier was
spewing far less ash yesterday, but the volcano is still very much
active, "throwing magma chunks the size of cars into the air,
bubbling lava and producing tremors."
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1268225/
Iceland-volcano-Northern-Lights-appear-ash-plume.html



Utterly brilliant -
Explains what's behind Velikovsky's work

I just want to add my voice to those of your many other admiring readers.

"Magnetic Reversals" is utterly brilliant: you have pulled together so
many different threads that the jigsaw of trying to understand the human
situation feels like it's nearing completion. "Reversals" even explains
what's behind Velikovsky's work. 
                                                           
P.S. I just ordered some more of your books to give to friends and
colleagues :-)
                                      - Dr. Patrick Collins, Azabu University, Japan
                                        and Collaborating Researcher with the Institute
                                        for Space & Astronautical Science


Sun blamed for Europe’s colder winters - More on the way
14 Apr 10 - When the Sun’s magnetic output is low, winters in Europe
tend to be cooler than average – whereas higher output corresponds to
warmer winters, says new study. Physicists in the UK and Germany predict
that Europe is likely to experience cold winters for many years to come.
See Sun blamed for Europe’s colder winters 



A Natural disaster ... but a man-made catastrophe
25 Apr 10 - "The ash cloud that never was: How volcanic plume
over UK was only a 20th of safe-flying limit and blunders led to
ban." We're willing to let politicians such as these control our
lives when it comes to the environment? They'd destroy our
economy in the blink of an eye ... all with the utmost of good
intentions of course.
See
A Natural disaster ... but a man-made catastrophe



UCSB Geologist links earth orbit and climate
6 Apr 10 –– UC Santa Barbara geologist Lorraine Lisiecki
discovered a pattern that connects the regular changes of the
Earth's orbital cycle to changes in climate. The pattern also
relates to axial tilt and precession. If you've read "Not by
Fire but by Ice," you know I've been saying this for years.
See
UCSB Geologist links earth orbit and climate



What's the Next 'Global Warming'?
By Bret Stephens, Wall Street Journal
6 Apr 10 - "Global warming is dead, nailed into its coffin one
devastating disclosure, defection and re-evaluation at a time."
"The subject of the panic changes every few years, but the basic
ingredients tend to remain fairly constant." "Herewith, then, I
propose a readers' contest to invent the next panic."
See What is the next global warming?


 

Cold snap causes late-season sea ice growth spurt
6 Apr 10 - This was the latest date for maximum Arctic sea ice extent since the start of the satellite record in 1979.

"I wonder how they'll spin this one?" asks reader.

See Cold snap causes late-season sea ice growth spurt


Threat of Larger Icelandic Eruption Looms
19 Apr 10 - Scientists fear the Eyjafjallajokull volcano could trigger an
eruption 10 times stronger at the nearby Katla volcano. The last three times
that Eyjafjallajokull erupted, so did Katla, shooting higher and larger plumes
of ash into the air than its smaller neighbor.
See Threat of Larger Icelandic Eruption Looms
Thanks to Charles Patrick for this link


Volcanoes can cool the climate for years
16 Apr 10 - "Long before the advent of air travel, the
eruption of Iceland's Laki volcano in 1783-84 had profound
effects on climate, not just in Iceland but around the globe,"
 says scientist at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. 
See
Volcanoes can cool the climate for years
Thanks to Morris Cleon for this link
 

UK ash disruptions to continue until last 5 days of April
17 Apr 10 - Astrophysicist Piers Corbyn today warned that the
major solar explosion of 13th April will increase the risk of more
earthquakes, renewed eruption of Iceland’s volcano, and extreme
weather events world-wide.
See UK
ash disruptions to continue until last 5 days of April
 

Cool photos from Iceland
http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/04/more_from_eyjafjallajokull.html
 

What if I yafyalla yerkel eruption continues for a year?
19 Apr 10 -
That's a distinct possibility. The last time Eyjafjallajökull erupted [in 1823], it lasted more than a year. I think we'd be looking at worldwide famine.
See What if I yafyalla yerkel eruption continues for a year?


Britain facing new Little Ice Age
15 Apr10 - "Temperatures are set to plummet in coming
years and Britain could face a new Little Ice Age," says this
article in the Daily Express.

See Britain facing new Little Ice Age
 

Some flights resume - Eruptions strengthen
20 Apr 10 -  New ash cloud headed for major air routes.
See Some flights resume - Eruptions strengthen
 

Iceland volcano powers up!
19 Apr 10 - "The volcano eruption in Iceland has strengthened
and a new ash cloud is spreading south and east towards the UK,"
said the Air Traffic Services Nats yesterday, thus confirming
warnings from astrophysicist Piers Corbyn.
http://www.weatheraction.com/docs/WANews10No17.pdf
Thanks to Phil Brennan for this link


Could eruption last more than a year?
18 Apr 10 - In 1821, Eyjafjallajoekull volcano managed to
erupt for more than a year, sys this article on MSNBC.
See Could eruption last more than a year?


Decades of Icelandic fireworks?
16 Apr 10 - Volcanic activity on Iceland appears to follow a periodicity
of around 50 to 80 years, says expert. We might be entering a more active
phase that could last for 60 years or so.
See Decades of Icelandic fireworks?

 

Block after devastated block of toppled mud and wood homes -
6.9-magnitude temblor in China

14 Apr 10 - A series of strong earthquakes flattened buildings near Tibet yesterday, killing hundreds and injuring more than 10,000. Officials said 85 percent of the structures had been destroyed.
See Block after devastated block of toppled mud and wood homes


Fluoride Dangers from Icelandic Ash Cloud

15 Apr 10 - The last time Eyjafjallajokull blew in 1821 it
was deadly, emitting large quantities of toxic fluoride gas into
 the atmosphere. It lasted not 24 hours, but until 1823, killing
 many cattle and sheep through fluor poisoning.
See Fluoride Dangers from Icelandic Ash Cloud

 

Brilliantly Exposing Climategate
By Alan Caruba
“Global warming” is a bunch of horse hockey
14 Apr 10 - I have always wanted to read a
book about "global warming" that anyone
could understand without having sufficient
knowledge of the rather complex science
involved, says Caruba.
“Climategate” is the
best book to date about this massive fraud.
See Brilliantly Exposing Climategate


License for homes article incorrect ... sort of
14 Apr 10 - Control and Tax bill does not require licenses for homes ... yet.
See License for homes article incorrect - sort of

 

Deepest black smokers ever discovered - 12 Apr 10 - Experts say the superheated waters inside these volcanic vents are hot enough to melt lead. And we wonder what is heating our seas.    See Deepest black smokers ever discovered


Britain cut off from the world: NO flights in or out
Tens of thousands of passengers stranded
 

Volcanic ash shuts air space across Europe
15 Apr 10 - Ash clouds from Iceland's volcano disrupted air traffic
across Europe as authorities closed air space over Britain, Ireland
and the Nordic countries. Shutdowns spread to France, Belgium,
the Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Finland and Switzerland.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/36543312/ns/travel-news


Scotland - Reports sulphur smell from Iceland volcano
15 Apr 10 - Hi Robert, All UK flights in and out of the UK have been
cancelled till 6pm tonight. In Scotland reports of sulphur smell in the air. 
Thanks to Edwin Rees in the UK for this info
 

Iceland volcano - Great changes during past hour
14 Apr 10 - The flood has greatly increased, says Icelandicreview.com.
People in cars who are currently by the
Markarfljót river should get to
Hvolsvöllur as soon as possible. Those who went to tend animals in
Landeyjar are urged to do the same ... immediately.
See Iceland volcano - Great changes during past hour


UCSB Geologist links earth orbit and climate
By the University of California news service
6 Apr 10 –– UC Santa Barbara geologist Lorraine Lisiecki discovered
a pattern that connects the regular changes of the Earth's orbital cycle to
changes in climate. The pattern also relates to axial tilt and precession.
If you've read "Not by Fire but by Ice," you know that this is what
I've been saying for years.
See
UCSB Geologist links earth orbit and climate



License Required for your Home
Thinking about selling your house? Take a look at H.R. 2454 (Control and
Tax Bill). No longer just for cars and mobile homes, a license will be required
for your house. This bill has already passed one hurdle. It will take very little
now to put it into actual law!!!
See License Required for your Home

 

Iceland volcano erupts again
Ten to 20 times more powerful than last month's eruption
14 Apr 10 -
Red hot magma melted a hole in the 650-foot thick ice above
the volcano, and floodwaters gushed out of the glacier into lowland areas.
See Iceland volcano erupts again

 

Croat scientist warns that ice age could start in five years
10 Feb 10 - Renowned physicist warns that most of central Europe will
soon be covered in ice, "including Germany, Poland, France, Austria,
Slovakia and a part of Slovenia."
See Croat scientist warns that ice age could start in five years


Climate warmer 81,000 years ago than today
Global warming alarmists won't like this
12 Feb 10 - New
measurements from coastal caves on the Spanish island
of Mallorca in the Mediterranean
 show that sea levels were higher 81,000
years ago than today. The caves were flooded at the time, meaning that the
climate must have been warmer than today.
See Climate warmer 81,000 years ago than today


Shoving Cap-and-Trade Down Our Throats
29 Mar 10 - Passage of Obamacare opens door for climate-change
legislation. What is wrong with these people? They are destroying
our country faster than any enemy could ever hope to do

See Shoving Cap-and-Trade Down Our Throats


Analytical chemist Hans Schreuder responds to this
evil craziness (below) - lists the "real" culprits:

See Chemist responds to ecocide evil craziness

 

UN urged  to accept 'ecocide' as international crime
Could be used to prosecute 'climate deniers'

9 Apr 10 - "Ecocide" would be considered a fifth "crime
againstpeace" - alongside war crimes, genocide and crimes
against humanity - which could be tried at the International
Criminal Court to prosecute "climate deniers."
See UN urged  to accept 'ecocide' as international crime

 

Moon created by nuclear explosion on Earth?
31 Jan 10 - The Moon is almost identical in composition to the Earth, leading these researchers to believe it was blasted out of the Earth by a nuclear explosion.
See Moon created by nuclear explosion on Earth?

Earth rises above the moon


Magnetic Reversals is Excellent
9 Apr 10 - "I just finished your book “Magnetic Reversals
and Evolutionary Leaps” and found it fantastic.  I really like
your writing style, and you turned a dry subject into something
very exciting.  I see no doubt that you are right. 
See Magnetic Reversals is Excellent



Rio de Janeiro in caos (chaos) and red alert
6 Apr 10 - From reader in Brazil - 300mm (11.81 inches)
rainfall in less than 24hours
See Rio de Janeiro in caos and red alert


"X-woman" identified as new ancient human

25 Mar 10 - Scientists have identified a previously unknown type
of ancient human - distinct from Neanderthals and modern humans -
from a finger bone unearthed in a Siberian cave. Ornaments, including
a bracelet, were discovered in the same layer.
See "X-woman" identified as new ancient human



3,477,403 Underwater Volcanoes EXACTLY?
9 Apr 10 - Reader calls me on my numbers
"I can understand the 'Watermelons' publishing glaringly stupid data, but
please don't fall prey to the same temptation yourself.
See 3,477,403 Underwater Volcanoes EXACTLY?

 


"Paid shill" throws in the towel
8 Apr 10 - My friend Hans Schreuder, a retired analytical chemist in
the UK, is a global warming skeptic. For the past four years he has
used his own monies to fight the global warming scam. It has been a
thankless task, and I've just learned that he is shutting down his
website due to a lack of funds. I'm sorry to hear that.
See Paid shill throws in the towel


9-legged octopus shocks chef
- Short video shows mutation
Should we call it a Ninopus?
See 9-legged octopus shocks chef



Acid Oceans Due to Underwater Volcanoes?
3,477,403 Underwater Volcanoes

31 Mar 10 - New study refutes theory that humans are acidifying oceans
Bolsters my contention that underwater volcanoes are heating the seas.
See Acid Oceans Due to Underwater Volcanoes?

 

Obama to Crush Economy with Massive CO2 Taxes as Early as Next Week
$8.00 for a gallon of gas
By Fred Dardick
1 Apr 10 - "President Obama will have the EPA
declare as early as next week that CO2 is a dangerous global warming gas and will start regulating its emissions immediately."
See Obama to crush economy


Dramatic increase in Arctic ice confounds warmists
3 Apr 10 - The amount of ice covering the Arctic dramatically increased
last month, reaching levels not seen at this time of year for nearly a decade.
So much for an ice-free Arctic by 2013.
See Dramatic increase in Arctic ice confounds warmists

 

An Engineer's Critique of Global Warming 'Science' 
March 2010 - Burt Rutan's comprehensive new report on Global Warming science fraud.
"In the big picture we are now
in a low CO
2 period. The 20th
century increase shows as an insignificant dot at this scale.
"
See An Engineer's Critique of Global Warming 'Science' 


Did a Giant Comet Kill the Mammoths?
1 Apr 10 — "Some 13,000 years ago the Earth was struck by
thousands of Tunguska-sized cometary fragments over the course
of an hour, leading to a dramatic cooling," says this article on
 Science Daily. (But I don't buy it.)
See Did a Giant Comet Kill the Mammoths?



Record snow base at Mt Washington, BC
3 Apr 10 - So much snow that they've extended their ski season.
See
Record snow base at Mt Washington, BC
 

Heavy Snow in Ireland
31 Mar 10 - Email from reader.
We have had a harsh snowstorm in Ireland yesterday. Indeed, before sundown there were blizzard-like conditions.  Between 1 inch and 15 inches of snow were observed. On Glenshane Pass, 300 people had to be rescued from their stranded vehicles.
See Heavy Snow in Ireland


Without electricity, life is nasty, brutal and short

"I don't want to go back to nature. Haiti just went back to nature."
By Kirk Myers
30 Mar 10 -
For a time on Saturday, “climate change” alarmists around
the world turned their lights out in a symbolic gesture of unanimity, proving
once again they are in the dark about global warming.

North Korea had years before discovered a way to keep the lights
turned out and energy consumption at a near stand-still: simply strangle
industry through a system of totalitarian regulations and controls.

See Without electricity, life is nasty, brutal and short


Record-setting rainfall across the Northeast
30 Mar 10 - This is now the wettest March on record in many parts of the Northeast, including Boston, Newark and Queens. I'm concerned that
farmers won't be able to move equipment onto their sodden fields
when it comes time for spring planting.
See Record-setting rainfall across the Northeast


Underwater Volcano Threatens Italy

29 Mar 10 - Europe's largest undersea volcano could disintegrate and
unleash a tsunami that would engulf southern Italy "at any time,” a prominent vulcanologist warned Monday. Marsili volcano is almost two miles tall.
See Underwater Volcano Threatens Italy


I love Not by Fire but by Ice
29 Mar 10 - You have no idea how much I have enjoyed your book,
"Not by Fire but by Ice". I love it. I am a big believer that the Holocene
period is close to a end. When the ice age happens I don't see how
90% plus of the bipeds are not taken out.
See I love Not by Fire but by Ice


 

Extended deep freeze if Iceland volcano blows
25 Mar 10 - If Iceland's Katla
volcano should erupt, it would likely
send the world, including the USA, into an extended deep freeze.
See Extended deep freeze if Iceland volcano blows

Also see Youtube video


Did climate change kill the dinosaurs?

28 Mar 10 - Forget the asteroid! German paleontologist
Michael Prauss, who studied 65-million-year-old fossils in
the Brazos River area of Texas, thinks long-term climate
change, rather than a rogue asteroid, killed the dinosaurs.
See Did climate change kill the dinosaurs?



Answers questions I've held for years about coal & oil formation -
E-mail from an engineer

26 Mar 10 - "I have just finished reading “Magnetic Reversals and
Evolutionary Leaps” and enjoyed it very much. I found it fascinating.
I have long doubted that coal was simply compressed vegetable matter.
You also mention Veilkovsky, whose books I read and enjoyed half
a century ago.
See Answers questions I've held for years about coal formation



The Next “Enemy of the State” is Energy
25 Mar 10 - The Senate is a Cap-and-Trade bill would impose
the largest tax on energy the nation has ever seen. Gasoline prices
would rise 145%, electricity prices would rise 129%, and more than
four million jobs would disappear. Average household income would
fall by nearly $7,000 each and every year if Cap-and-Trade is enacted.
The bill calls for an 83% cut in emissions! (I think the impact would
be much worse than this.)

Great article by Alan Caruba
The Next “Enemy of the State” is Energy


Global Warming: Obituary and Post Mortem
R.I.P. Global Warming 1992-2010       
25 Mar 10 - 2010 will be remembered as the year Global Warming died. 
Global warming was a cash cow, admissions by Professor Phil Jones included
facts that stunned everyone who had been suckered by Al Gore and a high-
level network of taxpayer-funded climate scammers.
See Global Warming: Obituary and Post Mortem
 

"Hobbits" existed 120,000 years earlier than we thought
17 Mar 10 - Newly discovered stone-age tools show that hobbits may have thrived a million years ago. Hobbits - tiny hominids - stood only one meter (3.25 feet) tall and weighed 65 pounds.
See
Hobbits existed 120,000 years earlier than we thought


IPCC scientist - We're entering a mini-ice age (Video)

According to IPCC scientist Mojib Latif the weather we've seen marks
the beginning of a "mini-ice age". He claims that ocean currents have more
to do with the trend than man-made greenhouse gas emissions.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mV-j4cB8qmg
Thanks to Mudito Chetan for this link

 

Iceland volcano could have global consequences
23 Mar 10 - After Iceland's Laki volcano erupted in 1783, crop production fell in western Europe. Some link that eruption, which helped fuel famine, to the French Revolution.
See Iceland volcano could have global consequences


Power Plant Saves Hundreds of Manatees

22 Feb 10 - (Video) - When water temperatures dip below 68F,
manatees can't cope. Last month, Florida's water temperatures
dropped as low as the 40s. But hundreds of manatees found a
practical solution.
See Power Plant Saves Hundreds of Manatees



Snow prompts New Mexico ski areas to extend season
19 Mar 10 - Ski New Mexico announced that many ski areas are
expanding their seasons in light of the heavy snowfall this year.
See
Snow prompts New Mexico ski areas to extend season


Warmers Strike Back
17 Mar 10 - In this eye-opening article, columnist Walter E. Williams sheds
light on the backgrounds of some of the global warming alarmists.
See Warmers Strike Back


Iceland volcano erupts - hundreds evacuated

21 Mar 10 - Yesterday's eruption in southern Iceland raises
fears that it could trigger an eruption at the nearby Katla volcano,
"a vicious volcano that could cause both local and global damage."
Buried beneath the Myrdalsjökull icecap, Katla has produced
many damaging jökulhlaups, or glacier-outburst floods.

See Iceland volcano erupts - hundreds evacuated


Deadly cold kills record number of manatees
15 Mar 10 - A record 206 manatees have died from cold stress
this year.
The previous record for cold-stress deaths, set last year,
was 56 - and there are still almost nine months left in the year.
See Deadly cold kills record number of manatees



The big freeze that destroyed Florida's tomatoes 
17 Mar 10 - (Video) - Tomatoes, citrus, celery, all took a big hit across
Florida this winter. Prices have soared, with tomato prices quadrupling.
http://www.accuweather.com/video/27461445001/tomato-crop-crushed-this-season.asp
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link



Scientists dismiss claims of runaway man-made global warming
By Kirk Myers
15 Mar 10 - "Billions of dollars are pouring into the study of man-made
global warming. It is the Mother Lode that keeps the grant money flowing.
If the theory were given the proper burial it deserves, research dollars
would dry up, forcing scientists to hunt for other sources of funding."
See Scientists dismiss claims of runaway man-made global warming



Climategate Stunner: NASA doubted its own data -
Then used data from CRU

10 Mar 10 - New emails from James Hansen and Reto Ruedy
show that NASA doubted its own data, and was not independent
of CRU's embattleddata as has been claimed. See
Climategate Stunner: NASA doubted its own data - Then used data from CRU

 

Perhaps Toba super-eruption didn't create genetic bottleneck
24 Feb 10 - Although some scholars speculate that the colossal Toba
volcanic eruption of 74,000 years ago led to severe and wholesale
environmental destruction, an Oxford-led research team says that
some areas experienced a relatively rapid recovery after the event,
with many forms of life surviving.
See Perhaps Toba super-eruption didn't create genetic bottleneck



Highly active undersea volcanoes -
and we wonder why our oceans are warming

11 May 09 - Some of these volcanoes are as big as New Zealand's Mt.
Ruapehu, the largest active volcano in New Zealand. And we wonder why
our oceans are warming.
See
Highly active undersea volcanoes -
and we wonder why our oceans are warming



Eruption of the underwater "Brimstone Pit"
"At any moment you felt it could go Mount St. Helens," says the narrator,
from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. "You could see the glow
 of the lava inside the pit."
Great video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V36LnXI37Vw
 

Late Blooming Daffodils Spark Web Appeal
18 Mar 10 - I take a look at your web site daily.
I live in Warwickshire in the UK. We are much further south than Cumbira and our 1st Daffodil was on the 15th March. I have no record of having to wait until March before.

Keep up the good work
James Hicken

See Late Blooming Daffodils Spark Web Appeal


New Poll - Global Warming Fears Dropping Rapidly
11 Mar 10 - There's hope for us yet :-)
See New Poll - Global Warming Fears Dropping Rapidly

 

Late Blooming Daffodils Spark Web Appeal
15 Mar 10 - The daffodils in Cumbria are more than a month
late this year following the cold winter. "It's virtually unheard of
not to have seen a single daffodil in the Lake District by the
middle of March.
See Late Blooming Daffodils Spark Web Appeal



USA - Coldest winter in 25 years

12 Mar 10 - 18th coldest in 115 years.
See
USA - Coldest winter in 25 years

 

IPCC Whitewash Review - AGW camp's biggest mistake yet
By Gerald Warner
12 Mar 10 - "First, who appointed this review body? Those two iconic
standard bearers of climate science objectivity, UN Secretary General
Ban Ki-moon and IPCC head (still!) Rajendra Pachauri. There is nothing
like being judge in your own cause – it secures a less damaging verdict."
See IPCC Whitewash Review - AGW camp's biggest mistake yet


Nine killed - 500,000 powerless as wild storm pounds Northeast
15 Mar 10 - "At least nine people died in storm-related accidents, and
nearlyhalf a million people were without electricity in Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, New York and Connecticut at the peak of the storm."

http://www.usatoday.com/weather/storms/2010-03-15-northeast-storm_N.htm


IPCC under fire after Himalayan glacier claim
12 Mar 10 - This article starts out great, talking about manipulation
of temperature data, then veers off to say that this should not alter
the conclusion that humans are causing global warming.

See IPCC under fire after Himalayan glacier claim



Climate Wars!
By Alan Caruba
9 Mar 10 - "Smoothly, the inaccuracies of climate computer models
are dismissed as “uncertainties” resulting in “divergent predictions.”
The subtext of the war is the deliberate destruction of human life on
the planet on a mass scale.
See
Climate Wars!


Dimming sun won't stop global warming
10 Mar 10 - New study purportedly shows that
"a dimming of the sun to match conditions in the
Little Ice Age would only slightly slow global warming."
See Dimming sun won't stop global warming

 

IPCC Whitewash Review - AGW camp's biggest mistake yet
By Gerald Warner
12 Mar 10 - "First, who appointed this review body? Those two iconic
standard bearers of climate science objectivity, UN Secretary General
Ban Ki-moon and IPCC head (still!) Rajendra Pachauri. There is nothing
like being judge in your own cause – it secures a less damaging verdict."
See IPCC Whitewash Review - AGW camp's biggest mistake yet


Spain - Third serious white winter in a row
By Mark Duchamp
10 Mar 10 - Spring is around the corner, yet it was minus 6ºC
last night in Madrid. The region of Catalonia had the worst snow
storm in 25 years. Barcelona received enough snow to cause a
collapse in traffic, and its beaches were covered in the white stuff.
It is worse in the rest of the region, which is struggling under up to
60 cm of snow (more in the mountains).
See Spain - Third serious white winter in a row



Greenland and Antarctic Ice core data - Short Video
5 Mar 10 - Hard to find a better 2-minute lesson on the data.
Take a look, it takes only 2 minutes. Enjoy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DWB5yid3PA
Thanks to Burt Rutan for this link
 

Scientists to review IPCC
10 Mar 10 - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has asked the world's
science academies to review work of the IPCC ... but they won't question
the data. What kind of review is that?
See Scientists to review IPCC



Oceanic Volcanoes Roil Waters
By Phil Brennan
(Brennan quotes me on Newsmax)
3 Mar 10 - "Global warming is a scam that has made Al Gore filthy rich,
created government rules and regulations that can strangle our fragile economy
and cause greater unemployment. It is nothing short of criminal." 
See Oceanic Volcanoes Roil Waters



Short Warm Periods Typical for Transitions to Glacial Epochs?
7 Mar 10 - The end of the last interglacial epoch - the Eemian Period -
was marked by possibly at least two warming events, says this article
in Science Daily. Is n
aturally occurring global warming a prelude to
an ice age?
See
Short Warm Periods Typical for Transitions to Glacial Epochs?


Climate Scientists Plot to Fight Skeptics
5 Mar 10 - "Undaunted by a rash of scandals over the science
underpinning climate change, top climate researchers are plotting
to respond with what one scientist involved said needs to be "an
outlandishly aggressively partisan approach" to gut the credibility
of skeptics."
See Climate Scientists Plot to Fight Skeptics


Explains what's behind Velikovsky's work
7 Mar 10 - I just want to add my voice to those of your many other
admiring readers. "Magnetic Reversals" is utterly brilliant:  you have
pulled together so many different threads that the jigsaw of trying to
understand the human situation feels like it's nearing completion.
Reversals even explains what's behind Velikovsky's work. 
                                                           
P.S. I just ordered some more of your books to give to friends and
colleagues :-)                                         - Prof. Patrick Collins


2001-2010 - Snowiest Decade on Record
2 Mar 10 - We've just completed the snowiest Northern Hemisphere
decade on record. As for single winters, this past winter was the second
snowiest winter on record, exceeded only by 1978.  
See 2001-2010 - Snowiest Decade on Record

 

Ships Freed - 5 Mar 10 - "Ice of the thickness that has trapped this many ships
is unheard of." says accuweather.com. 


Fifty ships trapped in ice off Sweden
4 Mar 10 - Dozens of ships, including a
passenger ferry with nearly 1,000 people
on board, are stuck in the ice off Sweden's
east coast.
See Fifty ships trapped in ice off Sweden


A perfect storm brewing for the IPCC

By Christopher Booker
27 Feb 10 -
Those glaciers are not vanishing; the damage to the
rainforest is not from climate change; African crop yields are more
likely to increase than diminish; the modest rise in sea levels is slowing
not accelerating; hurricane activity is lower than it was 60 years ago;
droughts were more frequent in the past; there has been no increase
in floods or heat waves.
See
A perfect storm brewing for the IPCC


Winter storms cut airline revenue by hundreds of millions

3 Mar 10 - February's wild snowstorms caused havoc for the
airline industry, says analyst. "This is certainly one of the worst
weather months in my memory," says analyst.
See Winter storms cut airline revenue by hundreds of millions


Chile Quake Shoved Islands Upward,
Shifted Earth's Axis, Shortened Day
Rising islands: I expect the pace to increase
2 Mar 10 - Santa Maria Island off the coast may have been raised
two metres (about seven feet) as a result of the quake.
I wouldn't
be surprised. In fact, I expect ever more and ever stronger
earthquakes as our magnetic field strength decreases.

See Chile Quake Shoved Islands Upward


EPA declares war on taxpayers
Hold on to your wallets and purses
By Kirk Myers
27 Feb 10 - A recent EPA ruling declaring CO2 a harmful pollutant will
generate hundreds of new regulations that will drive up the cost of living for
financially strapped Americans while severely burdening small businesses
and hampering U.S. competitiveness in the world marketplace.
See EPA declares war on taxpayers

 

Claims of manmade global warming might be the greatest hoax in mankind's history
By Walter E. Williams
24 Feb 10 -
Given all the false claims and evidence pointing to scientific fraud, I don't think it wise to continue spending billions of dollars and enacting economically crippling regulations in the name of
fighting global warming.
See Manmade global
warming might be greatest hoax in history


Texas - In like a penguin and out like a polar bear - 1 Mar 10
Houston - 5th coldest February on record - 6th coldest winter on record
Galveston - 7th coldest February on record - 5th coldest winter on record
College Station - 5th coldest Feb on record  - 5th coldest winter on record
See Texas - In like a penguin and out like a polar bear



NYC: Roof of Sony building atrium collapses
28 Feb 10 - The evening turned into a disaster for partygoers as ice
broke through a glass atrium in the Sony building in New York City.
See
NYC: Roof of Sony building atrium collapses
 

Stop Al Gore Before He Lies Again and Again and Again!
By Alan Caruba
27 Feb 10 - The New York Times once again is Al Gore’s “enabler”, publishing a Feb 28 opinion editorial, “We Can’t Wish Away Climate Change”, despite mounting evidence that global warming was and is a complete fabrication.
Stop Al Gore Before He Lies Again and Again and Again!
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Antarctic summer colder and drier than usual
26 Feb 10 -  Searching for clues to the earth's climate system, two
University of Oklahoma researchers  flew to Antarctica at the end
of December. Even though they arrived in Antarctica during the
summer season, the extremely cold weather proved challenging.
See
Antarctic summer colder and drier than usual


Claim that sea level is rising is a total fraud
Here's an article that I posted a couple of years ago about Dr. Mörner:
Claim that sea level is rising is a total fraud


 

The IPCC's carcass
By Dr. Will Alexander
25 Feb 10 - There will no doubt be those who will continue to preach the climate change gospel, but their support will soon collapse as the fraudulent science continues to be exposed.
See The IPCC's carcass
Elephant Tod zwischen Nata & Kazangula.jpg


Extreme winter spells disaster for Mongolia
25 Feb 10 - About 2.5 million livestock have perished
after weeks of persistent snow and temperatures below
minus 50C (minus 58F). The government estimates three
million more will die before the cold weather ends in June.
See Extreme winter spells disaster for Mongolia



Senator calls for 'criminal' global warming investigation -
Wants Gore recalled to explain prior testimony

23 Feb 10 - Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) today asked the
Obama administration to investigate what he called “the greatest
scientific scandal of our generation.”
See Senator calls for 'criminal' global warming investigation
 

John Coleman's Global Warming Special - Now on YouTube
21 Feb 10 - With senior meteorologist John Coleman
Global Warming Meltdown

Bernie Sanders compares climate skeptics to Nazi deniers
23 Feb 10 - I was born and raised in Vermont. I am saddened
that Vermonters have elected and re-elected such a despicable man.

See Bernie Sanders compares climate skeptics to Nazi deniers
 


Monster blizzard headed for eastern USA
23 Feb 10 - (Video)   "Powerful." "Powerful." It will be "a paralyzing
monster storm," downing trees and power lines and impacting millions.
See Monster blizzard headed for eastern USA

 

The Multi-Billion Dollar Global Warming Fraud  
By Alan Caruba
20 Feb 10 - As the massive global warming fraud implodes, the one aspect that has not been explored in depth is the equally massive waste of billions of dollars by the United States
and nations around the world.
See Multi-Billion Dollar Global Warming Fraud  


Flashback: Moscow Mayor Promises a Winter Without Snow
"Pigs still can't fly, but this winter, the mayor of Moscow promises to keep
it from snowing," said this article in Time just four months ago.
See Flashback: Moscow Mayor Promises a Winter Without Snow



Arguing with "Global Warming" Idiots
By Jim O'Neill, Canada Free Press
22 Feb 10 - Here's a great article from climaterealists.com.
It provides such good responses to the global warming fraud
that I feel compelled to post it.
See Arguing With “Global Warming” Idiots



More errors in temperature data

Editorial by the Washington Times
18 Feb 10 - "As the frigid winter days pass and the scandals mount, it
becomes clear that claims of man-made global warming aren't based on
scientific methods at all. The hysteria is based on fraud."
See More errors in temperature data



Hank Tennekes was right after all
20 Feb 10 - Holland’s biggest daily newspaper, De Telegraaf,
admits the country's most famous skeptic was correct. "I'm much
more anxious about the cooling of the earth," says the world-
renowned meteorologist.
See Hank Tennekes was right after all

 

Global warming ended in 1995, top climate scientist tells BBC
By Kirk Myers
18 Feb 10 - Also, the Medieval Warm Period did exist, a fact that Jones and other climate researchers tried to discount or hide. See
Global warming ended in 1995,
top climate scientist tells BBC


Global Warming Diplomats Jumping Ship
18 Feb 10 - "It is not surprising to see the diplomats jumping ship," said
John Coleman, founder of the Weather Channel. "It is better to get off now
than go down with the sinking Climate Change Cruise Ship that seems to
have found icy waters." See
Global Warming Diplomats Jumping Ship

 

Repeat of Dalton Minimum
"most likely"

19 Feb 10 - The earth is in for an
unusually deep and long solar minimum
Repeat of Dalton Minimum most likely
 

Top UN climate official resigns
18 Feb 10 - Yvo de Boer, the UN's top climate change official, says he
will resign after nearly four years in the post. I don't think that's enough.
See Top UN
climate official resigns


New research challenges greenhouse theory
of man-made global warming

By Kirk Myers
9 Feb 10 - A prominent atmospheric physicist demolishes the theory
ofanthropogenic greenhouse warming (AGW), showing that increases
in human CO2 emissions are not the source of global warming. See
New research challenges greenhouse theory of man-made global warming



Donald Trump: Al Gore 'should be stripped of
Nobel Peace Prize after record snow storms
 
16 Feb 10 - Other countries 'laughing at America's stupidity.'
See Donald Trump: Gore 'should be stripped of Nobel Peace Prize



Climate Sceptics 'Playing Russian Roulette with Planet'
13 Feb 10 - The head of the climate research unit accused of
manipulating global warming data yesterday turned on sceptics
for playing “Russian roulette” with the planet.
See Climate Sceptics 'Playing Russian Roulette with Planet'

 

First snow in Central
Portugal in 140 years
 
18 Feb 10 - Email from a
reader in Portugal
See First snow in Central
Portugal in 140 years


No global warming since 1995, Climategate scientist admits

15 Feb 10 - Professor Phil Jones, who is at the center of the
“Climategate” affair, also concedes world may have been warmer
during medieval times than now.
See No global warming since 1995, Climategate scientist admits



Hitler on Climate Change - Video
I think you'll get a kick out of this one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-PI2vCA9ck



News flash: intense snowstorms now caused by global warming
By Kirk Myers
15 Feb 10 - We are told that the new record is due to ‘extreme
weather' caused by ‘global warming.' If so, what caused the nearly
identical ‘extreme weather' over a century ago?
See Intense snowstorms now caused by global warming



Fiercest winter in living memory grips Mongolia -
Up to 20 million farm animals may die

8 Feb 10 - "Local experts have told the Red Cross half
 the entire country's livestock could be wiped out," says
this article in Australia's Herald Sun.
See Fiercest winter in living memory grips Mongolia 

 

Power arcing after Dallas snowstorm
Cool video - Only 36 seconds long.
http://www.nbcdfw.com/weather/video/Power_Arcing_
After_Snowstorm_Dallas-Fort_Worth.html


Hundreds-of-year-old corals frozen to death
30 Jan 10 - Divers were stunned by what they saw when diving in
patch reef off Harry Harris Park in Key Largo, Florida.
See
Hundreds-of-year-old corals frozen to death
 

Rumblings from Mother Earth telling us something
By Alan Caruba
12 Feb 10 - Haiti, Chicago, Yellowstone,
"When you put together an increase in vol-canic activity, a decline in the magnetic field strength of the planet, and the approach of a new ice age, it suggests that life as we know it on Earth is going to become a far bigger problem for all species." (Caruba also mentions iceagenow.com)
Rumblings from Mother Earth telling us something


Roofs collapsing in Baltimore

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTqWK0hc1AU 
 

Freezing to death in the Sunshine State
11 Feb 10 - Manatees, sea turtles and fish dying in record numbers because of unusually long cold snap
See Freezing to death in the Sunshine State

Virginia gymnasium roof collapses
http://www2.timesdispatch.com/rtd/news/state_regional/article/
ROOFGAT13_20100213-175401/32 4095/\


Ice not paying attention to warm-mongers
Arctic sea ice thickening

12 Oct 09 – “As a Colorado Rockies playoff game is snowed out, scientists
report that Arctic sea ice is thickening and Antarctic snow melt is the lowest
in three decades. Clearly, Arctic sea ice is not following the consensus touted
by Gore and the warm-mongers.”
See Arctic sea ice thickening


Administration proposes new climate change bureaucracy
Based on the lie of human-caused global warming
8 Feb 10 - NO! We do not need yet another layer of scheming
bureaucrats plotting new ways to control our actions and steal
our money. NO! NO! NO!
See
Administration proposes new climate change bureaucracy


Croat scientist warns that ice age could start in five years
10 Feb 10 - Renowned physicist warns that most of central Europe will
soon be covered in ice, "including Germany, Poland, France, Austria,
Slovakia and a part of Slovenia."
See Croat scientist warns that ice age could start in five years



India "cannot rely" on IPCC - forms own climate change body
5 Feb 10 - India “cannot rely” on the IPCC, the group headed by its own
Nobel Prize-winning scientist Dr R K Pachauri, says this article posted
yesterday in the Telegraph.
See India "cannot rely" on IPCC - forms own climate change body



NOAA forecaster predicts snow on the ground
in all 50 states - at the same time
- 11 Feb 10
http://www.usatoday.com/weather/news/2010-02-11-nationwide-snow_N.htm


Blizzard warning, NC - 2 to 4 foot drifts reported  
10 Feb 10 - Widespread tree and power line damage with
associated power outages... wind chill minus 5 to minus 10
at higher elevations.
See Blizzard warning, NC - 2 to 4 foot drifts reported



Down to a one-day food supply?
Email from a Virginia reader
10 Feb 10 - There's a news report out that food stocks in a
number of grocery stores in Northern Virginia, Maryland, and
DC are down to a day's supply at most ... things appear to be
worse from Philadelphia to Jersey with Pennsylvania shutting
down all interstate highways within their jurisdictions.
See Down to a one-day food supply?


Weather observer says "32.4 inches at Dulles is bogus"
9 Feb 10 - Email from a weather observer at Dulles International
Airport: "I've never met a forecaster who didn't try to predict a
record any chance they got, whether it be a new daily high temp
or 30 inches of snow. (The reported) 32.4 inches at Dulles is bogus."
See Weather observer says 32.4 inches at Dulles is bogus


UK: Fears for salt supplies - More snow forecast
9 Feb 10 - If we run out of salt, said Shadow Communities
and Local Government Secretary Carol Spelman, "(there will
be) severe consequences for the whole economy."
See UK - Fears for salt supplies - More snow forecast



Media cools on global warming
7 Feb 10 - Climate-change sceptics being vindicated by scientific
scandals that are no longer being ignored.
See
Media cools on global warming
 

Yellowstone eruption days away?
3 Feb 10 - Concerning the shallow depths of the recent Yellowstone earthquakes, and why they could be signaling an imminent eruption. See
Yellowstone eruption days away?


Yellowstone earthquakes continue
Alert to be issued?

3 Feb 10 -  Since January 17, 2010 Yellowstone has had
1,620 earthquakes, the second largest swarm ever recorded.
A reader tells me that Yellowstone might go on first stage
alert soon, but I have not yet been able to confirm that.
See Yellowstone earthquakes continue


 

The IPCC is lying
26 Oct 09 - The IPCC is lying when it says that the Earth is now warmer than at any time in history.

What about the Medieval Warm Period, as shown on the IPCC's own graphs?
See The IPCC is lying

IPCC: Irresponsible Political Climate Cover up


Alaska's Hubbard Glacier advancing 7 feet per day!
10 May 09 – This from climatologist Cliff Harris of the Coeur d’Alene Press.
It's possible that the glacier could close the fjord by later this summer if the
current rate speeds up, says Harris.
See Alaska's Hubbard Glacier advancing 7 feet per day!


Greatest snowfall in recorded history at Dulles International Airport
Shatters old record by almost 10 inches

7 Feb 10 - Email from reader Kenneth Lund. "I wonder why NOAA failed
to use words such as "greatest snowfall in recorded history" or "greatest all-
time snowfall in history." 
See Greatest snowfall in recorded history at Dulles Intnl Airport


Hazardous winter weather guidelines
6 Feb 10 - Here are some precautionary hazardous winter
weather guidelines f
rom the National Weather Service.
See
Hazardous winter weather guidelines


Wind turbines frozen in Minnesota
4 Feb 10 - Eleven wind turbines erected last fall in Minnesota
were expected to be spinning before Christmas, "but so far their
blades have been largely motionless, apparently paralyzed by
frigid weather."
See Wind turbines frozen in Minnesota
 

Global Warming???
HI Robert,
I'm a big fan of Not by Fire but by Ice. Here's a picture from the North American blizzard of 2010. I wrote "GLOBAL WARMING??" in the snow on our car.
     Your Fan, James L-S


Baltimore poised to set all-time snowfall record
6 Feb 10 - At 11:45 am this morning... 26.5 inches of snow on the
ground... o
nly 0.3 inches shy of the record...and the snow is still falling.
Blizzard conditions ongoing.
See
Baltimore poised to set all-time snowfall record


Global Warming Fraud Makes the Case Against Global Government
By Alan Caruba
1 Feb 10 -  "It is time for the Nobel Committee to rescind the Peace Prize
given to Al Gore and the IPCC.... The entire "scientific" basis on which the
IPCC “scientists” and global warming advocates like Al Gore made their
claims was a fraud."
See Global Warming Fraud

 

NASA accused of deliberately manipulating and distorting climate data
22 Jan 10 - Climate researchers and the Weather
Channel's founder accuse NASA of the same
deliberate manipulation and distortion of climate
data as Britain's Climate Research Unit.
See NASA accused of deliberately manipulating and distorting climate data
image


Historic snowfall headed for entire Northeast I-95 corridor

4 Feb 10 - The National Weather Service has posted winter storm
warnings from the Chesapeake west to Allegany County, perhaps
the entire northeast I-95 corridor. It's being described as a "major,"
"paralyzing" event.
See
Historic snowfall headed for entire Northeast I-95 corridor
 

Do cosmic rays trigger evolutionary leaps?
31 Jan 10 - "It's completely accepted in science that cosmic rays can - and do - alter DNA," says Andrew Collins in this short video. "Tiny particles of this radiation will affect out genetics, will affect our DNA."
See Do Cosmic rays trigger evolutionary leaps?


Constellation Cygnus

Link between magnetic reversals and catastrophic climate change
29 Jan 10 - Two Asian scientists think global warming triggers magnetic
 reversals. I think they have it backwards.
See Link between magnetic reversals and catastrophic climate change


"The Stokholm area HAD Record-Cold!!!"
6 Feb 10 - This reader in Sweden says their roofs are collapsing beneath
the weight of the snow. "Sweden is turning into an arctic country!"
See The Stockholm area HAD Record-Cold!!!



Not the coldest January in Sweden
5 Feb 10 - Yesterday I posted an email from a reader in
Sweden who said that last month had been the coldest
January in Stockholm since 1826. This reader disagrees.
See
Not the coldest January in Sweden


Coldest January in Sweden since 1826
Is NOAA covering this up?

3 Feb 10 - Email from a reader in Sweden - "januari 2010 was
the first januari - month since 1826 with subzero temperatures in
degrees celsius in stockholm sweden .during the whole month .
Not one minute the temperature in stockholm sweden exceeded
the zero degrees mark....much to my surprise this cold is not
visible in the ice-maps of noaa."
See Coldest January in Sweden since 1826



Cash for Clunkers - Saving money? The environment? What?
By Joe Herr
2 Feb 10 - T
he government paid $3 billion of our tax dollars to save
$350 million. We spent $8.57 for every dollar we saved. I'm pretty
sure they will do a great job with our health care, though.
     I'm sure they'd do an equally great job with Cap & Trade, Joe.
See
Cash for Clunkers - Saving money? The environment?


A foot of snow in West Virginia
30 Jan 10 - Email from a reader. Southern West Virginia picked
up several inches of snow through early Saturday, with as much
as a foot on the state's highest elevations.
See
A foot of snow in West Virginia


At last, some common sense (supposedly) on climate change
28 Jan 10 - While paying lip service to skeptics, UK chief science advisor
insists it is "unchallengeable" that man is changing the climate.
See At last, some common sense (supposedly) on climate change



Oklahoma - 170,000 homes in the dark
28 Jan 10 - Video
http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/26184891/vp/35157928#35152599


Web of Deception Chokes Global Warming to Death
"If anything, the climate is getting colder"
By Phil Brennan
27 Jan 10 - (Article on NewsMax mentions iceagenow.com) -
With the nation mired in an economic slump, widespread unemployment,
and out-of-control federal spending, this nation no longer can afford to
waste its resources on an absurd scientific fiction."
See Web of Deception Chokes Global Warming to Death


Glacier scientist knew data hadn't been verified
2035 melting date plucked from thin air
Himalayan glaciers in Karakoram range actually growing rapidly

24 Jan 10 - "The scientist behind the bogus claim in a Nobel Prize-winning
UN report that Himalayan glaciers will have melted by 2035 last night admitted
it was included purely to put political pressure on world leaders."
See Glacier scientist knew data not verified



Climate deception by NOAA, NASA, and CRU
Systematic and purposeful deceit
26 Jan 10 - Meteorologists Joe D'Aleo and Anthony Watts came out today
with a stunning 111-page expos
é that just simply trashes any credibility that
that may have remained with NOAA, NASA, and CRU.

See Climate deception by NOAA, NASA, and CRU

 

Chacaltaya glacier - unfortunate symbol for the IPCC
26 Jan 10 - Bolivia’s rapidly diminishing Chacaltaya glacier is a widely used symbol of human-caused global warming. However, this glacier's retreat  is demonstrably not due to increasing temperatures caused by CO2 emissions.
See Chacaltaya glacier - an unfortunate symbol for the IPCC


Million-dollar Congressional Trip
25 Jan 10 - How will they negotiate a climate treaty if they can't
get a better deal on hotel rooms? asks CBS News correspondent
Sharyl Attkisson, who exposes how much it cost to send more
than 100 members of the House and Senate to the Copenhagen Climate Summit.
See Million-dollar Congressional Trip

 

NASA accused of deliberately manipulating and distorting climate data
22 Jan 10 - Climate researchers and the Weather
Channel's founder accuse NASA of the same
deliberate manipulation and distortion of climate
data as Britain's Climate Research Unit.
See NASA accused of deliberately manipulating and distorting climate data
image


‘I have no intention of resigning’ over error, U.N. official says

23 Jan 10 - Do you want this guy dictating your life? (See photo.)
Was it an "error"? Or was it deliberate fraud?
     Resigning won't fix it.
     I think the entire IPCC should be shut down.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/35029710/ns/us_news-environment
Thanks to Vern Peterman for this link


Canada bans Baffin Bay polar bear exports (while acknowledging
that the polar bear population has increased)

22 Jan 10 - "It's ludicrous," said Titus Allooloo, a hunting outfitter, who says
he has seen upwards of 10 to 15 polar bears a day when he's in the region.
See Canada bans polar bear exports while acknowledging...
 

UN climate chief admits (spins) mistake on Himalayan glaciers warning
21 Jan 10 -"The UN’s top climate change body has issued an unprecedented
apology over its flawed prediction that Himalayan glaciers were likely to dis-
appear by 2035." ("Flawed"? How about fraudulent?)
UN climate chief admits (spins) mistake on Himalayan glaciers warning

 

Yellowstone - More than 1,000 earthquakes since Sunday
22 Jan 10 - Ten of the quakes have been magnitude 3.0 or greater, while more than 800 have been less than magnitude 2.0.
Yellowstone - More than 1,000 earthquakes since Sunday

 

Harshest winter in decades - 800,000 animals lost in Mongolia
100,000 homes flattened or damaged in China

18 Jan 10 - Storms in far western China have flattened or damaged
about 100,000 homes and killed more than 15,000 head of livestock
since Sunday night. It's even worse in Mongolia.
See
800,000 animals lost in Mongolia
 

Melting Himalayan glaciers - Not an iota of scientific evidence
20 Jan 10 - "The health of the glaciers is a cause of grave concern,
but the IPCC's alarmist position that they would melt by 2035 was
not based on an iota of scientific evidence," says India's Environment
Minister Jairam Ramesh.
http://www.usatoday.com/weather/climate/globalwarming/2010-01-20-
un-panel-himalayan-glaciers_N.htm



Deadly Earth, Deadly Humans
By Alan Caruba
18 Jan 10 - Mother Nature has a message for humankind. It’s
“Get out of the way. Here comes an earthquake, a volcano, a
flood, a forest fire, a mudslide, a blizzard, a hurricane, et cetera.”
See
Deadly Earth, Deadly Humans


 

Glaciers Growing in
Western Himalayas
24 May 09 – In a defiant act
of political incorrectness, some 230 glaciers in the western Himalayas - including Mount Everest, K2 and Nanga Parbat - are actually growing. See Glaciers Growing in Western Himalayas


"Scam, scam, scam," sayeth the lord
Short video (1½ minutes) - Parliament member calls Al Gore a
snake-oil salesman and a crook.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYj5baVfB0Y&feature=player_embedded


Florida fish hammered by record-setting cold

20 Jan 10 - Millions and millions of pilchards, threadfin herring,
mullet, ladyfish snook - even the deep-sea dwellers - bonefish,
grunt, snapper, pilchards, moray eel - succumbed to the cold.
See Florida fish hammered by record-setting cold


Yellowstone - More than 600 earthquakes since Sunday
20 Jan 10 - More than 175 temblors in just 24 hours.
See
Yellowstone - More than 600 earthquakes since Sunday
See Yellowstone Earthquake Map


Historic cold wave in Key West
13 Jan 10 - This comes from the National Weather Service
in Key West, where records have been kept since 1873.
See Historic cold wave in Key West



CO2-molecule lobby plans to clear air about global warming
By Kirk Myers
15 Jan 10 - As the hobgoblin of the green movement, CO2 has
taken it on the atmospheric chin. But what if CO2 had its own
atmospheric lobby and could fight back?

See CO2-molecule lobby plans to clear air about global warming


Glaciers in western Himalayas thickening and expanding  
23 Nov 08 - A study published by the American Meteorological Society
found that glaciers are only shrinking in the eastern Himalayas. Further
west, in the Hindu Kush and the Karakoram, glaciers are "thickening 
and expanding".
See Glaciers in western Himalayas thickening and expanding



Jet Stream heading to CA at record speed of 250 mph
18 Jan 10 - We have 5 major storms rushing toward California
this week at record jet stream speeds, says reader.
See Jet Stream heading to CA at record speed of 250 mph



Cold kills 26 at Cuba psychiatric hospital

15 Jan 2010 - At least 24 died of hypothermia. Patients are
expected to bring their own sheets, towels and food.
See Cold kills 26 at Cuba psychiatric hospital



Frosty camel rescued in China
15 Jan 2010 - Short video (41 seconds) of an infant camel "trapped
in the worst snow to hit in China's far-western Xinjiang."
http://www.reuters.com/news/video/story?videoId=28540586&videoChannel=1004
Thanks to Frank Gay for this link 
 

The Lie of Deadly Rising Seas
By Marc Sheppard
14 Jan 10 - Scientists from the Norwegian
Polar Institute measured sea temperatures
beneath an East Antarctic ice shelf and
found "no signs of warming whatsoever."
"The vast continent has actually cooled
since 1979."
See The Lie of Deadly Rising Seas

More power rationing in China
15 Jan 10 - A rising number of Chinese provinces are preparing to
introduce power rationing due to the harsh winter. A perfect example
of what will happen if Obama succeeds in curtailing coal production.

See More power rationing in China



No skiing at Scottish resort - too much snow
15 Jan 2010 - Snow drifts 15 feet (4.6 meters) high.
See No skiing at Scottish resort - too much snow



Is 'climate change' nudging us closer to a new ice age?

13 Jan 10 - Here's a great article by Kirk Myers, in which he talks of
"the growing number of skeptics who disagree with alarmists who say the
“science is settled” and the earth is warming – claims they continue to
make even as many regions of the Northern Hemisphere freeze in
sub-zero temperatures and dig out from record-setting blizzards."
See Is 'climate change' nudging us closer to a new ice age?
 

Cognitive Disconnect: Cold Equals Warming
By Alan Caruba
10 Jan 10 - "Over the course of Obama’s first year in office I
have become convinced that he and his cronies think you are
STUPID. Telling people that it is warming when it is
demonstrably getting colder is STUPID."
See Cognitive Disconnect: Cold Equals Warming

 

Big chill culling unwanted iguanas and pythons
13 Jan 10 - “The more pythons removed, the better,”
says Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
spokeswoman Gabriella Ferraro.
See Big chill culling unwanted iguanas and pythons



Dec 2009: Snowiest on Record in the US
11 Jan 10 - Also Snowiest on Record in North America.
Also Second Snowiest on Record in the Northern Hemisphere.
See Dec 2009: Snowiest on Record in the US

 

Copenhagen Summit Turned Junket?
11 Jan 10 - CBS investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson
reports that at least 20 members of Congress attended the
Copenhagen Climate Change Conference (and names them).
See Copenhagen Summit Turned Junket?


The mini ice age starts here
10 Jan 2010 -
"The bitter winter afflicting much of the Northern
Hemisphere is only the start of a global trend towards cooler weather."
(A
rticle also bolsters my contention that ocean warming is driven by
underwater volcanoes.)
See The mini ice age starts here


Obama's press secretary Gibbs:
Worldwide Record Cold Result of "Climate Change"

10 Jan 2010 - "I wish to personally thank him for verifying
the idea that someone would actually do that... amazing,"
says meteorologist Joe Bastardi.
See Obama press secretary Gibbs-
Worldwide Record Cold Result of Climate Change



Of Magnetic Reversals and Ice
By Alan Caruba (On Canada Free Press) 
7 Jan 10 - Earth’s north magnetic pole is racing toward Russia at almost
40 miles a year. "If I hadn’t read Robert W. Felix’s latest book, Magnetic
Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps
, I frankly would have paid little
attention to the news, but...”
See Of Magnetic Reversals and Ice



Wind farms produced  "practically no electricity" during UK cold snap
11 Jan 2010 - Only 0.2pc of a possible 5pc of the UK's energy was
generated by wind turbines over the last few days because the cold
snap has been accompanied by high pressure and a lack of wind.
Not two percent, but point two percent.

See Wind farms produced  "practically no electricity" during UK cold snap
 

Solar Geomagnetic Activity at all-time Low -
Only "zero" could be lower
9 Jan 10 - This graph from Dr. Leif Svalgaard shows
where we are today in relation to the past 165 years.
See Solar Geomagnetic Activity at all-time Low


Record snowfall brings northern Germany to a standstill

11 Jan 10 - Many rural villages near the Polish border already
cut off, with more snow in the forecast. Seven-foot snowdrifts
trap motorists in their cars - they can't open their car doors.

See Record snowfall brings northern Germany to a standstill
 

Es Mexico Una Hielera Gigantesca (México is a Gigantic Refrigerator)
¿Dónde quedó el calentamiento? (Where is the Warming?)

9 Jan 2010 - Email from a reader in Mexico. "I never dreamed I would
ever see such a headline here! The first headline I have seen throwing doubt
on global warming."  
See México is a Gigantic Refrigerator

Frozen Britain seen from above
Image taken by Nasa's Terra satellite
on 7 Jan 2010 shows the UK deep in
the clutches of the current cold snap.
See larger photo:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_depth/8447023.stm
Thanks to Dale Blizzard, Darrell Matula,
Tom Weatherby and Steven Woodcock
for this link

Millions across US endure record-setting cold
8 Jan 10 - Threatens $300 million worth of crops, from strawberries
and citrus fruits to tomatoes and green beans
See Millions across US endure record-setting cold

 

Snow drifts more than two stories tall
6 Jan 10 - Amtrak "Train From Hell" Delayed Almost 24 Hours
See
Snow drifts more than two stories tall
 

No Case for Global Warming
"Whose bread I eat, his song I sing"
By Phil Brennan
6 Jan 10 - "It's amazing how the Goreites manage to convince
themselves that no matter what happens with the climate it is always
due to global warming. Ifit's bone chilling cold it's obviously due to
the overheating of the planet."
See No Case for Global Warming



Head of UK Met defends winter forecast
6 Jan 10 - You MUST watch this clueless (shameless?) performance.
See Head of UK Met defends winter forecast



Blizzard set to paralyze southeast Europe
6 Jan 10 - "German news is warning of a major paralyzing blizzard
to begin Friday and is urging people to stock up on their emergency
supplies. Most of Germany will be buried under snow ranging from
20 to 60 cm with snow drifts several meters high!!" 
See Blizzard set to paralyze southeast Europe
 

Arctic freeze and snow wreak havoc across planet -
Authorities try to blame global warming
5 Jan 10 - Record cold in half a dozen countries
See Arctic freeze and snow wreak havoc across planet



Record cold grips Europe, North America and Asia
4 Jan 10 - The US, Britain, the Swiss Alps, Germany, China, India.
See Record cold grips Europe, North America and Asia

 

Monkeys cuddle together for warmth in Bangladesh
6 Jan 10 - Great photo - Thanks to Mike Jobbins for this link


Snow, bitter cold to hit central, eastern parts of USA
5 Jan 10 - Another day of "intense, record-setting cold." More on the way.


Peru - Mountain people face extinction due to cold -
Article tries to blame global warming
3 Jan 10 - Climate change is bringing freezing temperatures to poor villages
in the Peruvian Andes. Now some families "must choose whether to save the
animals that give them a living, or their children."
See
Peru - Mountain people face extinction due to cold


Meteorologist blows IPCC predictions out of the water
Great 8-minute video
3 Jan 10 - John Coleman. founder of the Weather Channel, says that
today's warming (
½ of one degree since 1880) is no more dramatic
than all of the other warming periods during the past 300 million years.
See Meteorologist blows IPCC predictions out of the water

 

Earth could plunge into sudden ice age
‘Big Freeze’ about 12,800 years ago happened within months
2 Dec 09 - There is no reason why such a freeze shouldn't happen again, says this article on MSNBC.
Pacemaker_of_the_Ice_Ages-1.jpg
I love the headline, I agree with the subtitle, and I  agree that such a
freeze could happen again. It's part of the ice-age cycle. Unfortunately,
the article veers off on a tangent and tries to blame "global warming."

See Earth could plunge into sudden ice age


Nuclear power plant shuts down because of ice on Delaware River
4 Jan 09 - One nuclear power plant was shut down and because it was
taking ice into its cooling mechanism.
Another was put on reduced power.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/34687626/ns/weather



German Physicists Trash Global Warming “Theory”
"Heat rises, it does not fall"
By John O’Sullivan
26 Dec 09 - Here we outline the essential points made by Dr. Gerhard
Gerlich, a respected German physicist, that counter the bogus theory of
Anthropogenic Global Warming.
See German Physicists Trash Global Warming “Theory”

Orange juice prices to rise by a
third as crisis hits crop

3 Jan 10 - Temperatures 20 degrees
below normal. Freeze forecast all the
way to Orlando.
See
Orange juice prices to rise by a
third as crisis hits crop


 

Burt Rutan calls Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) a Fraud
1 Jan 10 - Who is Burt Rutan? He was Time magazine's "100 most influential people in the world, 2004" and Inc. Magazine's "Entrepreneur of the Year." Newsweek called him "the man responsible for more innovations in modern aviation than any living engineer."

Picture 1

"One has only to look at the two most notable charts from two United Nations
IPCC summary reports, published a decade apart, to realize that something might be seriously wrong," says Rutan.
See Burt Rutan calls AGW a Fraud


"Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past"

So read the headline on 20 March 2000. "According to Dr David Viner, a
senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University
of East Anglia," the story continued, "within a few years winter snowfall will
become "a very rare and exciting event." So much for the CRU.
See Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past



Our global climate is now actually cooling, says meteorologist
24 Dec 09 - "It's really a sad state of affairs but we cannot trust elements
of the U.S. Government, academia and certainly not the media, as they insist
that harmful man induced climate change (global warming) is occurring, when
it's not," says meteorologist Thomas F. Giella. 
See Our global climate is now actually cooling, says meteorologist

 

 

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