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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


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

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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


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
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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?

 

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



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

 

AP accused of biased reporting on Climategate
28 Dec 09 - "Wire service portrays scientists as dismissing
or minimizing allegations of scientific fraud when, in fact, the
scientists believe no such thing."
See AP accused of biased reporting on Climategate
 

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


North Magnetic Pole Racing Toward Russia
24 Dec 09 - Earth's north magnetic pole is racing toward Russia at
almost 40 miles a year," says this article in National Geographic News.
Could this movement be the beginning of the next reversal?

See North Magnetic Pole Racing Toward Russia



Meteorologist blows IPCC predictions out of the water
Great 8-minute video
3 Jan 09 - 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


No CO2 increase in last 150 years
31 Dec 09 - New research finds that the airborne fraction of carbon
dioxide has not increased either during the past 150 years or during
the most recent five decades, contrary to some recent studies.
See No CO2 increase in last 150 years



North Magnetic Pole Racing Toward Russia
24 Dec 09 - Earth's north magnetic pole is racing toward Russia at 
almost 40 miles a year," says this article in National Geographic News.
Could this movement be the beginning of the next reversal?

See North Magnetic Pole Racing Toward Russia

 
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 09 - 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

Mother Nature Exacts Her Revenge
By Phil Brennan
29 Dec 09 - As the Copenhagen delegates met and dined well and drank
well — thanks to the generosity of their country's national treasuries — they
were greeted by a blizzard that Gore's followers claim no doubt resulted
from global warming. No kidding. That's what some of them are saying.
It was so warm it snowed.
See Mother Nature Exacts Her Revenge
 

No electric power, no email, no Internet
30 Dec 09 - Here's a great graph showing two different solar cycle 24
predictions (guesstimates) from NASA, the latest of which shows a less
active sun ... and ultimately, no electric power, no email, and no Internet
.
See
No electric power, no email, no Internet
 

877 new snowfall records set or tied in the USA last week
28 Dec 09 - 877 new snowfall records set or tied in the USA in the last week

 
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


Cities using vodka to get rid of ice

29 Dec 09 - "Magic Salt," a by-product of distilling vodka, is a new
and improved way to get rid of ice and snow off roadways, sidewalks,
and driveways, says this article.
http://www.wane.com/dpp/news/Local-WANE-Magic-Salt

Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link


Britain told to prepare for New Year's Eve weather chaos

30 Dec 09 - The Met Office issued severe weather warnings for
Wales, the West Midlands and South-West England, with some
areas forecast to pick
up another 12 inches of snow.
See Britain told to prepare for New Year's Eve weather chaos


"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



Severe cold coming to Holland
28 Dec 09 - From next week onwards the temperatures are forecast to dip
so deep that another "Elfsteden Tocht" (eleven cities tour) is on the cards.
See Severe cold coming to Holland



ICE not fire may be the bigger worry
25 Dec 09 - "Severe cold looming for much of Europe," says
meteorologist Joe Bastardi.
See ICE not fire may be bigger worry

 

Colliding Auroras Produce Explosions of Light
17 Dec 09 - A network of cameras deployed around the Arctic has made a startling discovery about the Northern Lights. See
Colliding Auroras Produce Explosions of Light


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

 

More than half of the U.S. now
covered with snow

24 Dec 09 - See larger picture
More than half of the U.S. now covered with snow


Notably dangerous warning for 28-30 Dec
25 Dec 09 - The severe winter storms that just walloped the
Midwest were forecast three weeks ago by astrophysicist Piers
Corbyn at WeatherAction.com. Unfortunately, a "notably
dangerous warning for 28-30 Dec remains in force."
See Notably dangerous warning for 28-30 Dec

 

Sea ice making great recovery
22 Dec 09 - Sea ice seems to be
replenishing itself much the same
as it does every year.
See larger graph:
Sea ice making great recovery

Extra ice time fattens up polar bears
19 Aug 09 - "The cooler-than-usual summer produced thicker ice on
Hudson Bay, giving the area's polar bear population several extra days
to feed on tasty ringed seals."
See Extra ice time fattens up polar bears

 

A fiery deep-sea blast
17 Dec 09 - These two short videos show the deepest erupting undersea volcano ever seen, with "fiery molten lava bubbles exploding 4,000 feet beneath the Pacific Ocean." The lava is about 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit.
Underwater volcanoes heat the seas


Snow chaos continues across Europe

23 Dec 09 - More than 100 people have now perished. See video.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/8425725.stm
Thanks to John Brown in Ardrossan, Scotland, for this link


Climate change alliance crumbling
22 Dec 09- "Disappointing," said one country of last week's Copenhagen
conference.  “Unacceptable, said another.” “A disaster,” said a third. “A
great failure,” whined yet another. I agree that it was a failure. Hillary
should
never have offered $100 billion in the first place.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/c9453654-ef2d-11de-86c4-00144feab49a.html
Thanks to Jimmy Walter for this link


Much of the chaos could have been avoided, says astrophysicist
23 Dec 09 - Local governments have been misled by Global Warming
propaganda, says astrophysicist Piers Corbyn. They could have been prepared.

See
Much of the chaos could have been avoided, says astrophysicist
 

Cold Hits 30 Cities in Hidalgo (Mexican state)
22 Dec 09 - Temperatures fell to 8 to 2 degrees Celsius. The cold wave has affected areas in the north, center and south of Mexico.
See Cold Hits 30 Cities in Hidalgo

Cold snap wreaks havoc across Europe
21 Dec 09 - Snowstorms and sub-zero temperatures have killed
at least 30 people across Europe and severely disrupted air, rail
and road transport.
See Cold snap wreaks havoc across Europe

 

East Coast Blizzard Seen From Space
21 Dec 09 - The snowstorm that blanketed the East Coast this week-end was so big, it is even impressive from space.
See East Coast Blizzard Seen From Space


Update: Death toll now 29 in Poland alone
- Evening, 20 Dec 09
Runaway global warming in Europe - Cold snap wreaks havoc
across Poland, Germany, France, Belgium
- 20 Dec 09 - Snowstorms
and sub-zero temperatures have killed at least 19 people across Europe as
well as severely disrupting air, rail and road transport.
See Runaway global warming in Europe



Scotland braces for minus 11 C Arctic blast
21 Dec 09 - Heavy snow was already causing havoc on roads across
Scotland last night. Aircraft, trains and ferries were also hit by snow and
 ice yesterday.
See Scotland braces for minus 11 C Arctic blast
 

Snow in Tuscany and Venice
19 Dec 09 - Chianti has had
quite a bit of snow as well.
See

Snow in Tuscany and Venice

Welcome home, Mr. President. This is global warming?
19 Dec 09 - Snowplows cleared the runway at Andrews Air Force
Base as President Obama returned from climate talks in Copenhagen.
Poor baby was forced to take a motorcade back to the White House
instead of  his normal helicopter ride because of the conditions.
See Welcome home, Mr. President. This is global warming?



Storm dumps a record 5 feet 8 inches of snow on Valdez
- 17 Dec 09
      Read how the writer tries to shade this, saying that "climate Change" 
      (what used to be global warming) causes huge snowstorms!

See Record Low Temperatures across the US
 

It's all a lie: Copenhagen, Gore, Obama
By Alan Caruba
17 Dec 09 -
"No American President should participate in such a naked display of contempt for capitalism unless of course he shares it."
See It's all a lie: Copenhagen, Gore, Obama

Daring to question Al Gore
Short video showing Al Gore spinning and evading a legitimate question.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cf-fzVH6v_U
Thanks to Mudito Chetan
for this link

 

Putting our economy in the hands
of Chavez fans

By Andrew Bolt
17 Dec 09 - "Let's fight capitalism
and make it obey us," said
Venezuela's
President Hugo Chavez in Copenhagen.
He won a standing ovation.
See Putting our economy in the hands
of Chavez fans


Climategate: Something’s Rotten in Denmark … and East Anglia,
Asheville, and New York City

By meteorologist Joeseph D'Aleo
15 Dec 09 - "The smell in the air may be from the leftover caviar at the
banquet tables, or perhaps from the exhaust of 140 private jets and 1200
limousines commissioned by the attendees when they discovered there
was to be no global warming evident in Copenhagen.
See Climategate: Something’s Rotten in Denmark … and East Anglia,
Asheville, and New York City



Clinton: US ready to join $100B climate-aid fund
17 Dec 09 - Says
climate change "is an undeniable and unforgiving fact."
What a lie!
See
Clinton: US ready to join $100B climate-aid fund



UN Chief: We will impose global governance
16 Dec 09 - Hints that Obama will be the savior of Copenhagen in a last-
minute turnaround. The Secretary General has not been shy in proclaiming
the unfolding agenda for a global dictatorship to override national parliaments.
See UN Chief: We will impose global governance

 

The agreement has already been made, says Lord Monckton
See Video

17 Dec 09 - All of it - even the demonstrations - was in the script
before the conference even began.
I've seen it all before.
See
The agreement has already been made, says Lord Monckton
 

What kind of leader would sell his own country down the river?
15 Dec 09 - Yesterday, 135 nations boycotted the Copenhagen climate
conference, insisting that the United States contribute billions more dollars.
Wonderful! Let's close our booth and go home. Why is Obama going
there anyway? What kind of leader would sell his own country down
the river?
 

The Commissars in Copenhagen
Please listen!

12 Dec 09 - "The governing class worldwide is conspiring against
the governed," says Lord Monckton in this great interview by Kim
Greenhouse. The Copenhagen conference is "purely designed to
extend the powers of taxation, and the wealth, and the reach of
government." It's not about the climate. It's about world governance.
See The Commissars in Copenhagen
 

Climategate Revelations but the Tip of Giant Iceberg, says Atmospheric Scientist
13 Dec 09 - "A well organized international climate warming conspiracy that has been gathering momentum for the last 25 years,"
says Dr. William Gray.
See Climategate Revelations but the Tip of Giant Iceberg, says Atmospheric Scientist


Bracebridge, Ontario digs out
- 14 Dec 09
Article confirms the massive snow storm north of Toronto
Snowed in since Friday!!
One of the worst snow storms on record
- 13 Dec 09
See Canada freezes as snow storm strands thousands



Senator plans to rain on climate talks
14 Dec 09 - Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., who has called global warming
a "hoax," will travel this week to Copenhagen where he will announce that the
Senate will not pass an energy bill that would limit greenhouse gas emissions.

The bill is "is dead," says Inhofe. "It's gone … I'm not going to allow them to
think America is going to do something it's not."

http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2009-12-13-copenhagen_N.htm



Blizzards hitting Copenhagen
15 Dec 09 - The blizzard in Copenhagen today confirms my SOLAR-
BASED long range forecast to the day, says astrophysicist Piers Corbyn.
It has nothing to do with CO2. "The CO2 Climate Change junket is a
world scam based on failed science and fraudulent data."
See Blizzards hitting Copenhagen



Forecast for Copenhagen - Heavy Snowfall
http://www.dmi.dk/eng/index/forecasts/forecast_for_copenhagen.htm
Thanks to Steven Woodcock for this link
 

Obama should boycott Copenhagen summit says Palin - Gore disagrees
9 Dec 09 - Leading climate experts have "destroyed records, manipulated data
to 'hide the decline' in global temperatures, and tried to silence their critics by
preventing them from publishing in peer-reviewed journals." says the former
Alaska governor.
See Obama should boycott Copenhagen summit says Palin
 

UN Security Stops Journalist's
"Inconvenient Questions"

11 Dec 09 -Stanford Professor Stephen
Schneider used armed United Nation security officers to silence a journalist during a press briefing in Copenhagen. What is he hiding?
http://biggovernment.com/2009/12/11/un-security-stops-journalists-questions-about-climateg ate/#more-44722 
Thanks to Rick (Ziggy) Ziegelmann for this link


Record low temperatures in 17 states - 5 Dec 09
See Record low temp in 17 states
 

Giant iceberg headed for Australia
11 Dec 09 - A giant iceberg - double the size of either Sydney Harbour or Manhattan - is headed for Australia. An iceberg this size has not been seen so far north since the days when 19th century clipper ships plied the trade route between Britain and Australia.
See Giant iceberg headed for Australia


Tuvalu sea levels FALLING!

9 Dec 09 - We're hearing horror stories out of the Copenhagen
"climate" conference that sea levels are rising in the tiny country of
Tuvalu. That's simply not true. Measurements show that sea levels
around Tuvalu, if anything, have fallen - fallen! - during recent
decades.
See Pacific Ocean - Sea Levels Falling
 


Galactic-sized explosions

fueled by magnetic forces
9 Dec 09 - Scientists have found evidence that magnetic fields are behind huge cosmic explosions.
See Galactic-sized explosions fueled by magnetic forces


When it Comes to Global Warming, Something's Rotten in Denmark

By Philip V. Brennan
7 Dec 09 - "In light of the shocking revelations of rigged studies and
concealment  ofevidence ... it is mind-boggling that they would dare to meet
— acting as if the dishonesty of some of their most prominent colleagues had
never been exposed, along with the falsity of global warming."

See
When it Comes to Global Warming, Something's Rotten in Denmark
 

Is Obama Poised to Cede US Sovereignty?
Please ... take time to view this video clip on YouTube. It’s only four
minutes long. Then forward it to your friends. We must rise up and STOP
our president from signing this treaty!
http://www.pyrabang.com/view.php?ref=thenetprophet&post_id=42151
Thanks to Robert Folaron (and many others) for this link


Baby, It’s Cold Outside
By Alan Caruba  
9 Dec 09 - (From Canada Free Press) - We are witnessing gangsterism
masquerading as regulation ... An attempt to subjugate entire nations in the
name of “saving the Earth.” ... Centralized governance by unelected
bureaucrats ... All when we could be facing a new full-fledged ice age.
See Baby, It's Cold Outside



Monster storm stretching from California through New England
9 Dec 09 - By the time it moves off the Maine coast Thursday night, this
"monster of a storm" may have affected as much as two-thirds of the USA.
See Monster storm stretching from California through New England


 

Siberian Blast about to hit Europe and The Summit!

9 Dec 09 - "All down to Global Warming of course!"
Email from reader in the UK.
See
Siberian Blast about to hit Europe and The Summit!

 

Rising sea levels 'the greatest lie ever told'
By Christopher Booker
28 Mar 09 - If there is one scientist who knows more about sea levels
than anyone else in the world it is the Swedish geologist and physicist
Nils-Axel Mörner. His findings are based on "going into the field to
observe what is actually happening in the real world".
See Rising sea levels 'the greatest lie ever told'

 

US Temperature Records Biased on High Side
8 Dec 09 - Email from a reader:
"This was a bit of a shock to me; that the weather data collecting stations
are often located in parking lots, covered with heat trapping asphalt, and
that the data collected from them is somewhat faulty.
See
US Temperature Records Biased on High Side
 

Climategate Professor Calls Critic An A**hole On Live TV
6 Dec 09 - When skeptic points out that the Climategate emails expose
the manufactured science, University of East Anglia professor unsuccessfully
tries to spin it.  
See video:
Climategate Professor Calls Critic An A**hole On Live TV
 

Rep. Issa: Obama's refusal to investigate Climategate is 'unconscionable'
5 Dec 09 - The White House’s unwillingness to investigate whether some climate-
change research had been manipulated can only be characterized as “a sad abdication
of their responsibility,” said Issa. 
See Rep. Issa: Obama's refusal to investigate Climategate is 'unconscionable'

 

Houston, we have ...
global warming?

4 Dec 09 - Photo from
a reader in Houston.

See
Houston, we have ...
Global warming?


Climategate: A Willful Ignorance

By Alan Caruba
5 Dec 09 - Imagine a child saying, "Make it stop snowing"
 or "make the
Sun come out." There are more than 16,500 men and women this very day
who are gathered in Copenhagen, Denmark at a "Climate Change"
conference
based entirely onlies that defy simple truths about how the Earth functions.
See Climategate: A Willful Ignorance

 

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


Boxer wants to prosecute whistle blowers instead of lying scientists

4 Dec 09 - She wants to spin it. She wants to call it “email-theft-gate”, not
Climategate. Way to go, Babs. This shows your true colors.
See Boxer wants to prosecute whistle blowers instead of lying scientists
 

Switzerland snowfall two to five times normal
2 Dec 09 -An avid skier sent this map showing the % of snowfall across Switzerland as compared to the long-term mean.
Switzerland snowfall two to five times normal

Schneehöhe im Vergleich


Climate Change 'Fraud'

By John Ingham
2 Dec 09  - The scientific consensus that mankind has caused climate
change was rocked yesterday as a leading academic called it a “load
of hot air underpinned by fraud”.
See Climate Change 'Fraud'

 

Whistler sets record for monthly snowfall
Not just the month of November, but the snowiest month ever  
2 Dec 09 - "The Olympic alpine venue recorded its snowiest month ever
in November, with 560 centimetres (more than 18 feet) of snow."
See Whistler sets record for monthly snowfall



Australia's Parliament defeats global warming bill
2 Dec 09 - Australia's Parliament defeated legislation to set up
a greenhouse gas emissions trading system on Wednesday. The
Senate's 41-33 vote followed a tumultuous debate in which the
conservative main opposition party dramatically dumped its leader.
Three cheers for Australia's Senate!
See Australia's Parliament defeats global warming bill

 

Some of the Latest Articles Discussing Climategate: 
26 Nov 09 - Investors Business Daily, Viscount Monckton,
Wall Street Journal, Washington Times,
Prof. S. Fred Singer.
See: Climategate

 

They don't give a s*** about the science
28 Nov 09 - (Excerpts) - "If you're wondering how the robot-like
march of the world's politicians towards Copenhagen can possibly
continue in the face of the scientific scandal dubbed "climategate,"
 it's because Big Government, Big Business and Big Green don't
 give a s*** about "the science."
See They don't give a s*** about the science

Deliberate distortion of climate data
By Alan Caruba
"Who can trust the “science” produced by NASA and other U.S. agencies that have benefited from billions in grants directed at so-called climate, i.e. global warming research?"
Deliberate distortion of climate data
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_Mpd1ozuoa64/SxVcjU7n-WI/AAAAAAAABXc/_rCeSjsD58s/s400/Cartoon+-+Gore+v+Polar+Bear.jpg

¡Disastrous snow and cold in Mexico!
1 Dec 09 - It's snowing in ten municipalities in Mexico, and temperatures
have plunged to below zero Celsius in twenty municipalities. In the town of
El Vergel it is eight below zero.
   
See
Disastrous snow and cold in Mexico
 

Crops Under Stress As Temperatures Fall
13 Jun  09 - "Our politicians haven't noticed that the problem may be that
the world is not warming but cooling, with all the implications that has for
whether we get enough to eat," says Christopher Booker.
See Crops Under Stress As Temperatures Fall

 

Secrecy in science is corrosive
27 Nov 09 - Why should taxpayers fund scientists who deliberately
delay, obfuscate and deny open access to their research?
See Secrecy in science is corrosive



US breaks or ties 218 November snowfall records
26 Nov 09 - A couple of these records are over 100 years old
See US breaks or ties 218 November snowfall records
 

Let the Great Global Warming Cover-Up Begin!
By Alan Caruba
29 Nov 09 - The battle now is to force the mainstream media to tell the truth about “global warming” and to find out just how many billions of taxpayers dollars have been squandered on junk climate science and policies detrimental to the nation.
See
Let the Great Global Warming Cover-Up Begin!


The malign snowfalls due to global warming

30 Nov 09 - Email from reader in the UK
Record snow in Whistler, BC and Mt Baker WA. In Europe,
on this last day of November, we're seeing 2 - 3 ft of snow
across France, Italy, Switzerland and it will spread to Austria
tomorrow. Something to ponder in Copenhagen, perhaps??
See The malign snowfalls due to global warming

 

Hundreds of icebergs drifting
toward New Zealand

23 Nov 09 - More than 100, possibly
hundreds, of Antarctic icebergs are
floating toward New Zealand - so many
icebergs that the flotilla can be seen on
satellite images. 
Hundreds of icebergs drifting toward
New Zealand

16 Nov 09 photo released by the
 Australian Antarctic Division


Climategate: five Aussie MPs resign in disgust over carbon tax
26 Nov 09 - "For the rapidly increasing number of us who believe that
AGW is little more than a scheme by bullying eco-fascists to deprive us
 of our liberty, by big government to spread its controlling tentacles into
every aspect our lives, and scheming industrialists such as Al Gore to
enrich themselves through carbon trading, this principled act by
Australia’s Carbon Five is fantastic news."
See Climategate: five Aussie MPs resign in disgust over carbon tax
 

Gore flees in panic from Chicago book signing
25 Nov 09 - (Excerpts) - "Gore bolted from the bookstore, raced down
an alley, jumped into a waiting car, and tried to speed off, with protesters
chasing after him and banging on the car."
See Gore flees in panic from Chicago book signing

 

Hacked files reveal global warming is a deliberate fraud
By Dr. Timothy Ball
21 Nov 09 – "Global Warming is often called a hoax. I disagree because a
hoax has a humorous intent to puncture pomposity. The argument that global
warming is due to humans known as the anthropogenic global warming theory
(AGW) is a deliberate fraud... the (hacked files) provide not just a smoking
gun, but an entire battery of machine guns."
See Hacked files reveal global warming is a deliberate fraud


Some of the Latest Articles Discussing Climategate: 

26 Nov 09
- Investors Business Daily
Editorial: "Climate Con Job"
- Viscount Monckton: 'They Are Criminals"
- Wall Street Journal editorial: "Global Warming with the Lid Off"  
- "Three Things You Absolutely Must Know About Climategate"
- Wall Street Journal
- "Climate Emails Stoke Debate"
- Wall Street Journal - "Lawmakers Probe Climate Emails"
- Wall Street Journal - "Settled Science?"
-
Wall Street Journal - "You've Taken the Words Out of My Mouth"
- Washington Times
- "Browner says hacked e-mails don't change anything"
- Climategate: some comments by Prof. S. Fred Singer
Links to all of these articles here: Great articles discussing Climategate

 

Phil Jones has collected a staggering $22.6 million in grants
21 Nov 09 - According to this article, Phil Jones, director of the University of
East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit (CRU), says that he "can't remember"
what he meant by "hiding the decline." I wonder if he remembers the $22.6
million in grants. I wonder if he remembers only those things that the
IPCC wants him to remember.

See Phil Jones has collected $22.6 million in grants


Ireland - Worst floods in 800 years
21 Nov 09 - Environment Minister John Gormley said he is undertaking
a tour of the worst hit areas from the 'unprecedented flooding' - a once-in-
800-years event.
See Ireland - Worst floods in 800 years
 

Hacked files expose massive global warming con
21 Nov 09 - The University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit (CRU)
has been accused of manipulating global warming data. (This matters because
the CRU usually works together with the Hadley Centre,
one  of the four
official sources of global temperature data used by the IPCC.)
See Hacked files expose massive global warming con
 

Magnetic fields trigger solar wind
22 Nov 09 - Solar wind generated by the
sun is probably driven by a process involving powerful magnetic fields, says this article in Science Daily. (And we don't think we live in an electric universe?)
See Magnetic fields trigger solar wind


The Gore's Prayer
Al Gore, who art in thy fully offset private jet; Nobel-prized be thy name;
thy carbon-free kingdom come; on planet Earth (otherwise known as Gaia)
as it should be after Copenhagen; give us this day our daily meat-free diet;
and forgive us our emissions, though we don’t forgive any other big fat
Americans who emit against us; lead us not into exotic holiday flights;
and deliver us from climate denial; for the science is settled. Amen. 
                                      --Dominic Lawson, The Sunday Times, 8 Nov 09  
    
I found this jewel on www.SEPP.org


No comment
22 Nov 09 – Email from reader - "What I find interesting about
the hacked emails is the number of ‘no comments’ being given
out. If their work was legit they shouldn't be embarrassed by the
messages being released."
See entire email and my response: No comment



7,000 buildings collapse in China under heaviest snow on record
13 Nov 09 – Unusually early snowstorms in northern China have caused
more than half a billion dollars in damage, including the collapse of more
than 7,000 buildings, and damage to 297,000 acres (120,000 hectares)
of crops.
See 7,000 buildings collapse in China under heaviest snow on record
 

The latest answers to ‘global cooling’ skeptics
2009 harvest in U.S. midsection one of the latest on record

By Climatologist Cliff Harris
20 Nov 09 - Why don’t I agree with AP news reports that "global
warming continues to bake the Earth"? Cliff gives his reasons, and
mentions crops still "trapped in the fields of mud and slime."
See The latest answers to ‘global cooling’ skeptics
 

The Global Carbon Footprint Scam
By Alan Caruba
21 Nov 09 - At the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, the many delegates will wine and dine their way through tons of champagne, caviar, and other delicacies while trying to convince everyone the Earth is doomed unless virtually all industrial activity is ended.
The Global Carbon Footprint Scam


Whistler to break smash November snowfall record today -
and it's only the 19th

19 Nov 09 - “We have already received one third of our average annual
snowfall for the entire season and it’s only four days into the season."
See Whistler to break November snowfall record today
 

Dream start for virtually every major ski area in northern hemisphere 
18 Nov 09 - Huge snowfalls in Italy, Sweden, Japan, Finland, Austria, France, Germany, Switzerland, and across North America. Includes t
he Alps, the Pyrenees, the Rockies, and the Dolomites.
See Dream start for virtually every major ski area in northern hemisphere

     Fresh snow in the Dolomites


Talk about on the rocks -
Drillers seek whiskey lost in Antarctica in 1909
16 Nov 09 -  “You'd think that if the ice caps were shrinking/melting this
would be an easy task," says reader Paul Mistretta, "but it appears that 'the
crates and bottles were too deeply embedded in ice to be dislodged.'"
See Talk about on the rocks

Libby’s Warns of Canned Pumpkin Shortage
17 Nov 09 - We may run out of canned Libby’s
pumpkin before Thanksgiving, warns Paul Bakus,
vice president for Nestlé’s baking division.
See Libby’s Warns of Canned Pumpkin Shortage

Long-time geologist argues CO2 is not causing global warming
12 Nov 09 - Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is a natural phenomenon
caused by volcanoes and is not responsible for climate change, says
Professor Ian Plimer, a geologist from Adelaide University.
See
Long-time geologist argues CO2 is not causing global warming
 

The sky IS falling - as snow
18 Nov 09 - "Ten years ago they were squealing that by now ski resorts
would be doomed. Another one of the dozens of predictions made by
alarmists that hasn't materialized. The sky IS falling - as snow."
See The sky IS falling - as snow


'Consensus' on Climate Change Is 'Fake,' Scientists Say
A team of scientists has sent a letter to all U.S. senators warning that
the claim there is "consensus" in the scientific community on the climate
change issue is false.
See Consensus on Climate Change Is Fake


Another Dalton (sunspot) Minimum predicted!
7 Feb 09 – New research paper forecasts another
Dalton (sunspot) Minimum.
See Another Dalton Minimum predicted!..
.


Icebreaker with 100 penguin-loving tourists stuck in Antarctic ice
17 Nov 09 – Although the icebreaker is about 5 miles (8 kilometers) from
clear water, an Argentine official says the ice will delay the vessel's return by
only three to six days.
See Icebreaker with 100 tourists stuck in Antarctic ice

 

Climate of fear in retreat
16 Nov 09 - (Dutch article about global cooling). Average global temperature over the last ten years has decreased, while CO2 levels continued rising. This is in conflict
with what the upcoming Copenhagen conference would have you believe.
See Climate of fear in retreat


Hooray for the Brits!
Most Britons don't believe climate change is caused by humans

14 Nov 09 - In a poll published just weeks before the global climate change
summit in Copenhagen, Denmark, it has been revealed only 41% of British
people accept as a scientific fact that the situation is largely man-made.
See
Hooray for the Brits! Most don't believe climate change caused by humans


Gore admits CO2 does not cause majority of global warming
4 Nov 09 - In a potentially devastating blow to the agenda to introduce
a world-wide carbon tax and cap and trade system, Al Gore admits that
the majority of global warming that occurred until 2001 was not primarily
caused by CO2.
See Gore admits CO2 does not cause majority of global warming


World's oceans supposedly hottest in 130 years - NASA disagrees
20 Aug 09 – “July was the hottest the world's oceans have been in almost
130 years of record-keeping,” says Seth Borenstein. NASA disagrees.
(I think Seth could find global warming in a solid block of ice.)
See Worlds oceans supposedly hottest in 130 years - NASA disagrees


Solar Physicist Predicts Ice Age
6 Jul 09 – Physicist Timo Niroma from Finland notes that the present
sunspot cycle has "now gone clearly below" the Dalton level.          
See Solar Physicist Predicts Ice Age
 

Polar Bear Balderdash
By Alan Caruba
12 Nov 09 - The Sierra Club is lying. Forty years ago, there were  around 5,000 polar bears. Today, the estimate is about 25,000. They are more likely to survive a new ice age than billions of humans in the northern hemisphere.
See Polar Bear Balderdash


"No reason to discount the idea that we’re heading into another
Little Ice Age, or possibly a major ice age," says meteorologist

31 Aug 09 – During the Maunder Minimum there were no telescopes
and satellites with the observational power we have today, so today's
long periods without sunspots are even more impressive. We can see
small sunspots that would have been missed 100 to 200 years ago.
See Possibly heading into another Little Ice Age


Gore admits CO2 does not cause majority of global warming

4 Nov 09 - In a potentially devastating blow to the agenda to introduce
a world-wide carbon tax and cap and trade system, Al Gore admits that
the majority of global warming that occurred until 2001 was not primarily
caused by CO2.
See Gore admits CO2 does not cause majority of global warming

 

Geology professor forecasts abrupt cooling
10 Nov 09 - The lack of sun spots has surpassed all records since the Dalton Minimum, suggesting that we may be headed for a Dalton or Maunder type minimum with severe cooling.
See Geology professor forecasts abrupt cooling
 


Too cold to light Olympic Torch
10 Nov 09 – This article tells of global warming's supposed effect on
polar bears, then briefly notes that minus 40 degree temperatures made
it impractical to light the torch outdoors ... so they needed to do it in a bus.
See Too cold to light Olympic Torch


Winter snows did not all melt on Italy’s Presena Glacier this summer
10 Nov 09 - 'Their massive base depth last season meant it didn’t all melt
over the summer so they have nearly a metre and a half of snow on the glacier
ski area already." (The second story of this kind in two years.)
See Winter snows did not all melt on Italy’s Presena Glacier this summer



Atlanta Flood a 10,000-Year Event

4 Nov 09 - The odds of a 10-inch rain event are just 1 in 10,000, says
senior hydrologist Kent Frantz, so the 16.7 inches just west of Douglasville
 had odds that went “off the charts." "But I should caution...something like
this could happen again.” (Not only could it happen again, I think it is
almost inevitable.)
See Atlanta Flood a 10,000-Year Event


Cold wreaks havoc on Wyoming beet crop
4 Nov 09 - Most beets in northern Wyoming frozen in the ground
by unseasonably cold weather just as harvest was beginning.
See Cold wreaks havoc on Wyoming beet crop
 

The Alps growing and shrinking at same rate
6 Nov 09 - Glaciers and rivers erode about exactly the same amount
of material from the slopes of the Alps as is regenerated from the deep
Earth's crust, says this new study by German and Swiss geoscientists.
See The Alps growing and shrinking at same rate


Global warming and the price of a gallon of gas
“What an amazing fraud; what a scam.”
By John Coleman
"The ethanol folly is also creating a food crisis throughout the world – it is
behind the food price rises for all the grains, for cereals, bread, everything
that relies on corn or soy or wheat, including animals that are fed corn,
most processed foods that use corn oil or soybean oil or corn syrup.
See Global warming and the price of gasoline


Major undersea eruptions

4 Nov 09 – Here are links to a couple of cool videos showing huge
amounts of ash, rocks and steam emanating from underwater volcanoes.
See Major undersea eruptions


Forecaster expects Hurricane Ida to "power up"
as it crosses Gulf of Mexico 
9 Nov 09 - Piers Corbyn at WeatherAction forecasts that Ida will
probably power up somewhat more than official forecasts in the next
36hrs and turn slightly to the right hitting US mainland more to the east.
See Forecaster expects Hurricane Ida to power up


Is Climate Changing In Favor of Ski Resorts?
6 Nov 09 - Heavy snow in the Alps. Heavy snow in Scandinavia.
Canadian resorts open, and others announce early opening. Another
20cm of snow for Hemsedal, opening on Saturday. Verbier may
open on Saturday.
See Is Climate Changing In Favor of Ski Resorts?
 

Iceagenow.com becoming a gossip site?
6 Nov 09 – Worried email from a reader in Amsterdam. "I fail to see
what this article (Human baby born with a tail?) has to do with global
warming/cooling or even higher cosmic radiation."
See my answer: Iceagenow.com becoming a gossip site?
 

Human baby born with a tail?
4 Nov 09 - Don't laugh. At birth
some human babies have a short
“tail-like” growth called a “caudal
appendage;’ located near the
inferior end of the spinal column.
This Muslim baby, born with a
tail, was believed to be the
reincarnation of a Hindu god.
Human baby born with a tail?


Set the Flamingos Free! - Minnesotans for Global Warming Song
This short video is hilarious.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJUFTm6cJXM
Thanks to Hans Schreuder for this link

Lonnie Thompson and his tinker toy models
3 Nov 09 - The snows of Kilimanjaro may soon be gone, warns paleoclimatologist Lonnie Thompson, pointing to supposed increases in the mid- to upper-tropical troposphere.

"Not true." says this article on icecap.us. "Thompson sees what he wants to see in the
  data.”
Lonnie Thompson and his tinker toy models


Four to six times normal rainfall swamps crops

21 Oct 09 – Many areas of the Mississippi Delta have received
25 to 40 inches of rainfall over the past 60 days ... anywhere from
400 to over 600 percent of normal.
See Four to six times normal rainfall swamps crops


Coldest October in New Zealand in more than 25 years
2 Nov 09 – New Zealanders have just shivered through the
coldest October in more than 25 years - not long after they
enjoyed the warmest August on record, says a climate analyst.
See Coldest October in NZ in more than 25 years


Author appeared on Coast-to-Coast am with George Noory last night
(or this morning, however you look at it)
3 (or 4) Nov 09 - http://www.coasttocoastam.com/

 

Snow in Beijing
1 Nov 09 - "Usually there are only two or three snows that accumulate like this one in an entire winter here. As I write to you, it is still snowing – large fluffy flakes. And it is November 1st."
See Snow in Beijing


A monkey's uncle? Nope - Ida only a distant relative

21 Oct 09 - A publicity blitz called Ida "the link" that would reveal the
earliest evolutionary roots of monkeys, apes and humans. However, a
new analysis shows that “Ida is as far removed from the monkey-ape-
human ancestry as a primate could be.” 
See Ida only a distant relative
 

Copenhagen Climate Treaty: Lord Monckton with Glenn Beck
1 Nov 09 - Is Obama prepared to sign away our democracy, our
freedom,and our way of life? All for the global warming lie? See video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23T1vB24bdI


Science Museum pumping world-governance agenda
31 Oct 09 – London’s Science Museum is trying to shove its
global warming/global governance agenda down your throat.
See Science Museum pumping world-governance agenda


Two Ft Collins Snow Records Broken, or Established,
Depending on your POV
- 30 Oct 09 - The storm established two
new records for Fort Collins, Colorado: biggest single storm snowfall
in October, and the snowiest October on record.
See Two Ft Collins Snow Records Broken


Prepare for winter or Britain will grind to a halt again, says LGA
30 Oct 09 – The country is ill-prepared for further sub-zero conditions,
says the Local Government Association (LGA). A Met Office spokeswoman
said there was a 'one-in-seven' chance of a cold winter.
See Prepare for winter or Britain will grind to a halt again


Cheyenne - Snowiest October on record - Nine times normal!
30 Oct 09 - So far this month, snowfall in Cheyenne, Wyoming,
has reached 28.0 inches, a new record for the month of October. 
See Cheyenne - Snowiest October on record - Nine times normal!


Is Obama Poised to Cede US Sovereignty?
Please ... take time to view this video clip on YouTube. It’s only four
minutes long. Then forward it to your friends. We must rise up and STOP
our president from signing this treaty!
http://www.pyrabang.com/view.php?ref=thenetprophet&post_id=42151
Thanks to Robert Folaron (and many others) for this link


How to be a Jerk
By Alan Caruba
26 Oct 09 – "Only ignoramuses think that human beings can change
the world’s climate. Oh wait, the President of the United States is
critical of the “naysayers” who “make cynical claims” that ignore the
alleged scientific evidence about greenhouse gas, i.e., carbon dioxide,
emissions. "Move over Hoggan, it turns out that Obama is as big a
jerk as you."
See How to be a jerk


We should fear a deep temperature drop -- not catastrophic
global warming, says prominent Russian Scientist

27 Oct 09  - “As for what lies ahead in the upcoming decades,
it is not catastrophic warming, but a global, and very prolonged,
temperature drop," says Dr. Habibullo Abdussamatov.
See We should fear a deep temperature drop-not global warming


It’s all about the state getting its hands in your trousers
One-minute video on youtube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Olmag5Cu9TI&feature=player_embedded
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link


Antarctica's Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf is growing
7 Dec 05 – Scientists Joughin and Bamber re-evaluated the mass balances
of the ice in Antarctica. "It is clear from the results of this study that the
Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf is not rapidly, or even slowly, wasting away.
Quite to the contrary, it is growing."
See Antarctica's Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf growing


No global warming in New Zealand
26 Oct 09 - Email from a reader in New Zealand
See No global warming in New Zealand
 

Greenland icecap thickens slightly "despite warming"
20 Oct 05 - Greenland's ice-cap has thickened slightly in recent years
despite wide predictions of a thaw triggered by global warming, a team
of scientists said on Thursday.
See Greenland icecap thickens slightly


Poll: Far fewer Americans believe in global warming -- Only 36%
say warming man-made, down from 47% last year

22 Oct 09 –  New poll finds a sharp decline in the number of
Americans who see global warming as a very serious problem.
See Poll: Far fewer Americans believe in global warming
 

Obama hits out at 'naysayers'
23 Oct 09 - President Obama on Friday hit out at naysayers he blamed
for peddling "cynical" claims that global warming is a myth. As far as I'm
concerned, man-made global warming is not only a myth, it is a lie.

See Obama hits out at 'naysayers'
 

Using "Global Warming" to Steal your Rights
By Alan Caruba
22 Oct 09 - "Ban Ki-Moon, the UN Secretary General, Britain’s Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, Australia’s governing body, the European Union, Al Gore and the President of the United States who will attend the UN conference, are all lying."
See Using "Global Warming" to Steal your Rights


Record low temperatures around the USA
Record low temperatures in 18 states - 19 Oct 09
 

Oops - West Antarctic Ice Sheet
not losing ice as fast as we thought

20 Oct 09 — New measurements by
GPS Network suggest the rate of ice
loss of the West Antarctic ice sheet
has been slightly overestimated.
See Oops - West Antarctic Ice Sheet not losing ice as fast as we thought


Antarctic ice growing, not melting

18 Apr 09 – “Ice is expanding in much of Antarctica, contrary to the
widespread public belief that global warming is melting the continental
ice cap,” says this article in The Australian.
See Antarctic ice growing, not melting
 

Only Idiots Listen to these "Leaders"
By Alan Caruba
19 Oct 09 - "Ever since the first United Nations conference on “global warming” the only goal has been to establish a global government so that the “leaders” could grow wealthy while the rest of mankind is treated like cattle."
See Only Idiots Listen to these "Leaders"


It’s not about climatology – it’s about freedom

By Phil Brennan
20 Oct 09 - Last year the President of the Czech Republic told
us, "It’s not about climatology – it’s about freedom." We must rise
up and tell Barack Obama that it he signs away our freedom and
independence in Copenhagen we will see to it that he will be
impeached and driven from office.
See It’s not about climatology – it’s about freedom


BBC relents over debate on warming
20 Oct 09 – “It’s preposterous to think that human beings change the
climate. The natural history of our climate is that we have occasional
warm periods and an ice age about every ten thousand years. As a
matter of fact, we’re overdue an ice age now.”
See BBC relents over debate on warming

Deceptive reporting hides truth
18 Oct 09 – Here’s another deceptive article – or if you want to give them
the benefit of doubt, deceptive headline - from the Associated Press, entitled
“Rising seas threaten Shanghai, other major cities.”
See Deceptive reporting hides truth


You must cut your lifestyle by 25 to 40 per cent
20 Oct 09 - Speaking at an international summit on climate change
in London, Gordon Brown, the Prime Minister, said that rich nations
need to commit to cut greenhouse gas emissions by between 25 to 40
per cent by 2020.
See You must cut your lifestyle by 25 to 40 per cent
 

Giant Ribbon Discovered at Edge of Solar System
15 Oct 09 – NASA's IBEX (Interstellar Boundary Explorer) spacecraft
has made the first all-sky maps of the heliosphere - a vast magnetic bubble
surrounding the solar system - and the results have taken researchers by
surprise. The maps are bisected by a bright, winding ribbon of unknown origin.
See Giant Ribbon Discovered at Edge of Solar System


Cold reality breaking in on their mad dreams

18 Oct 09 – "Not many people in Britain were aware that 20 per
cent of the entire United States was last week covered in snow,"
says Christopher Booker.  Similarly unseasonable snowfalls blanketed
central Europe, the Alps and New Zealand, while "hundreds of Tibetan
herdsmen had to be rescued when blizzards swept their summer
pastures weeks early."
See Cold reality breaking in on their mad dreams


Penn State tailgates cancelled due to snow
16 Oct 09 - Email from reader - Unfortunately for the Penn State/
Minnesota game, a half foot of global warming snow lays on the lots
and no cars or RV's will be able to park there.  Even on the paved
lots no tailgating will be allowed.
See Penn State tailgates cancelled due to snow
 

20% of U.S. already covered in snow
14 Oct 09 - Early autumn snowstorms in the northern Midwest and northern Rockies are not only sticking around longer, they are expanding further south as the winter season begins. See
20% of U.S. already covered in snow


Record low temperatures around the USA
Record low temperatures in 19 states - 12 Oct 09
Record low temperatures in 21 states - 11 Oct 09 
Record low temperatures in 18 states - 10 Oct 09
 

Montana: Record low temperatures smashed by 14 degrees
18 Oct 09 - Also set record for the number of days in a row that
record temperatures occurred (more than 110 years of records).
See Montana: Record low temperatures smashed by 14 degrees

Rapid increase in Northern Hemisphere snowcover
14 Oct 09 - From 2% below to 2% above 10-yr climatology
See Rapid increase in Northern Hemisphere snowcover

Upcoming winter will be a shocker to millions across the world
By Mark Vogan
17 Oct 09 – "In the next 20 years, we shall see new stunning cold records
written, a new era of cold is arriving and this winter approaching may be the
start to a trend."
See Upcoming winter will be a shocker to millions across the world


Frost on Pumpkin Debunks Global Warming Tales
By Phil Brennan
14 Oct 09 - “For the past decade, global temperatures have been falling,
yet Congress and the Obama administration are bound and determined to
enact into law a Draconian measure known as cap and trade that will cripple
the economy and send tens of thousands of jobs abroad." Brennan goes on
to quote “iceagenow.com’s brilliant Robert Felix.” (Has a good ring
to it, don't you think?)
See Frost on Pumpkin Debunks Global Warming Tales


Chicago: Chilliest October in 133 years
15 Oct 09 – “Chicago's average temperature over the month's
first 15 days slipped Thursday to 47.3-degrees---the city's chilliest
October open in the 133 years since 1876,” says WGN-TV Chief
Meteorologist Tom Skilling.
See Chicago: Chilliest October in 133 years

 

Are sunspots set to disappear?
3 Sep 09 – “Sunspot magnetic fields are dropping by about 50 gauss per year," says researcher Matt Penn of the National Solar Observatory (NSO). "If we extrapolate this trend into the future, sunspots could completely vanish around the year 2015."
See Are sunspots set to disappear?

Early snow records set to be broken in Austria
12 Oct 09 - Austria’s provincial capitals are expected to see their earliest snowfalls in history today as Arctic air sweeps the country.
See
Early snow records set to be broken in Austria


Holdren: Ice age will kill 1 billion by 2020

Obama's science chief blames humans
By Jerome R. Corsi
9 Oct  09 -  “White House science czar John Holdren has predicted
1 billion people will die in ‘carbon-dioxide induced famines’ in a coming
new ice age by 2020,” says this article on World Net Daily.  
See Holdren: Ice age will kill 1 billion by 2020
 

Coldest early October ever in Lincoln, Nebraska
12 Oct 09  - Plus, more snow in one day than North Platte
has ever received in the full month of October!
See Coldest early October ever in Lincoln, Nebraska

 

Farmers cannot harvest some areas in SD because it is so wet
13 Oct 09 – Email from a reader - Local farmers cannot harvest some
areas because it is so wet.  The big machines just sink in and get stuck
in the fields; not to mention the muddy roads that pose a problem for
the grain trucks. 
See Farmers cannot harvest some areas in SD because it is so wet


Europe getting a snowstorm this week, too

13 Oct 09 – Email from reader in the UK - This week in Europe it will snow
too in the mountains - down to 1000m tomorrow with between 40 and 75cm
in several ranges in Northern Switzerland and Western Austria.
See Europe getting a snowstorm this week, too
 

UK’s Sunday Times goes skeptic big time
11 Oct 09 - The carbon dioxide level now measures 380 parts per million.
What people don’t know, is that the carbon dioxide level 80 million years
ago – when our mammalian ancestors were evolving – was at least 1,000 ppm.
See UK's Sunday Times goes skeptic big time
 

Western Montana cold shatters records
12 Oct 09 - "We haven't just set new records, we've blown
them out of the water."
See Western Montana cold shatters records
 

BBC asks, “What happened to global warming?”
9 Oct 09 - “For the last 11 years we have not observed any increase
in global temperatures,” admits this article by BBC correspondent Paul
Hudson. “The warmest year recorded globally was not in 2008 or 2007,
but in 1998.”
See BBC asks What happened to global warming?


Record low temperatures around the USA
Record low temperatures in 10 states (66 records) - 5 Oct 09
Record low temperatures in 12 states (61 records) - 4 Oct 09
Record low temperatures in 15 states (139 records) - 3 Oct 09
Record low temperatures in 20 states (154 records) - 2 Oct 09
Record low temperatures in 15 states (94 records) - 1 Oct 09


Should we spend 50 trillion dollars to avoid one trillion dollars damage?
1 Oct 09 – “The last thing the world needs is a global trade war sparked
by European attempts to bully the world into adopting its climate change
policies ... to shelter its industries from the economic damage its climate
policies will impose."
See Should we spend 50 trillion dollars to avoid one trillion dollars damage?
 

Cosmic Rays Hit Space Age High
28 Sep 09 - “This is the precursor to everything you have been writing about,” says reader Dan Welch. According to sensors on NASA's ACE spacecraft, galactic cosmic rays have just hit a Space Age high.
See Cosmic Rays Hit Space Age High


Vegas ski resort to open a record seven weeks early
7 Oct 09 - The 2009-2010 season at the Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard
Resort is underway, the earliest the resort has ever been open.
See Vegas ski resort to open a record seven weeks early
 

More than 950 earthquakes
in California in past week

7 Oct 09 - Earthquake activity seems to be increasing in the California/ Nevada region. More than 950 'quakes in the past week.
See More than 950 earthquakes in California in past week


"Even if this was the middle of winter this is extreme"

6 Oct 09 – New Zealand: Two major North Island highways remain
closed after unseasonal heavy snow days stranded motorists for two
nights. "Even if this was the middle of winter this is extreme," said
WeatherWatch head analyst Philip Duncan.

     Since it's Fall in the north, it's Spring in NZ, says reader
     Travis Hill. They had a spring snowstorm that put their
     winter snowstorms to shame.  
See Even if this was the middle of winter this is extreme
 

This may be one for the record books
5 Oct 09 – Bellevue, ID – “This may be one for the record books,
not only how early this heavy fall snowstorm is, but the fact that it
appears to have created the earliest snow day in the history of the
Blaine County School District."
See This may be one for the record books


More than 70 earthquakes hit Central California in six days
3 Oct 09 – “Several geologists are concerned it may have an effect
on the farther north Cascadia Subduction Zone which begins in Northern
California and follows the Pacific coast to Alaska.”
See More than 70 earthquakes hit Central California in six days


 

Could magnetic twisters have created the Carolina Bays?
23 Sep 09 – Today, NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft will fly a mere 142 miles above Mercury's surface. Much attention will be given to new craters possibly created by magnetic twisters.
See Could magnetic twisters have created the Carolina Bays?


Cherry Picking the Numbers – A scientific scandal
29 Sep 09 – “A scientific scandal is casting a shadow over a number
of recent peer-reviewed climate papers,” says this article by Andrew
Orlowski. It’s also casting a shadow on IPCC assessments. At least
eight papers showing an uptick in temperatures are in question. A number
of these involve senior climatologists at the British climate research centre
CRU at the University East Anglia.
See Cherry Picking the Numbers – A scientific scandal


Huge power grab:
Increasing energy prices will guarantee a longer, deeper recession

1 Oct 09 - Unwilling to wait for Congress to act, the Obama administration
announced on Wednesday that it was moving forward on new rules to regulate
greenhouse gas emissions from 14,000 coal-burning power plants, refineries
and big industrial complexes. 
See Huge power grab:
Increasing energy prices will guarantee a longer, deeper recession


Arctic sea-ice 500,000 square kilometers (190,000 sq miles)
more than at this time last year

By Christopher Booker
05 Sep 09 – "The extent of the ice now is 500,000 sq km (190,000 sq miles)
greater than it was this time last year – which was, in turn, 500,000 sq km more
than in September 2007."
See
Arctic sea-ice 500,000 sq km more than last year


Climate change proposals "another heavy burden,"
says Czech President Vaclav Klaus
27 Sep 09 – Klaus is a climate skeptic, a great defender of individual
freedom and he distrusts socialist governments. Our current economic
crisis "was basically a failure of governments, not markets," says Klaus.   
See Climate change proposals another heavy burden, says Czech President


Magnetic tornadoes gouge Mercury's surface -
Could this explain what created the Carolina Bays?

2 Jun 09 – Through a process called "sputtering," solar wind particles 
crashing into Mercury's surface gouge atoms out of the surface with
sufficient energy to launch them into ballistic trajectories.
See Magnetic tornadoes gouge Mercury's surface


Climate-change legislation almost certainly dead
26 Sep 09 - “Climate-change legislation (a.k.a. cap-and-trade)
is almost certainly dead for this year, which means that American
negotiators will go empty-handed to the Copenhagen summit in
December,” says Newsweek writer Howard Fineman.
See Climate-change legislation almost certainly dead
 

Global Warming or Global Freezing:
is the ice really melting? Or our wallets
?

24 Sep 09 – “President Obama just made a melodramatic appeal at the United Nations for global measures to dramatically curb what he called “the climate threat … or as they now slyly term it, “climate change.”
See Our wallets will be melting - not the ice

Czech president says U.N. climate meeting was “propagandistic”
27 Sep 09 – "Czech President Vaclav Klaus sharply criticized a U.N.
meeting on climate change on Tuesday at which U.S. President Barack
Obama was among the top speakers, describing it as propagandistic
and undignified,” says this article from Reuters.
See Czech president - U.N. climate meeting was “propagandistic”


Oh really Dr Betts?

29 Sep 09 - Four degrees of warming 'likely' by 2070, says this alarmist
article on BBC. "Oh really Dr Betts? Carbon dioxide does not possess
the ability to trap heat and make the atmosphere warmer," says analytical
chemist Hans Schreuder. "All of our energy problems would be solved by
this kind of magic.”
See Oh really Dr Betts?


The weather says NO to UN climate talks! –
Solar activity key determinate of climate

24 Sep 09 - "There is no evidence of any correlation between CO2 and
extreme weather events or that changes in hurricane incidence correlate
with world temperatures,” said astrophysicist Piers Corbyn.
See The weather says NO to UN climate talks!


IPCC's own table refutes their claim that humans
are prime source of increases in CO2

23 Sep 09 – The IPCC is so messed up that their own publications refute
their conjecture. Their own table refutes their claim that humans are the prime
source of increases in CO2.
IPCC table refutes claim that humans are prime source of CO2 increases
 

Ten trillion dollars down the rat hole -
and a step toward global governance

3 Sep 09 - “The global-warming bill moving through Congress would cost the nation nearly $10 trillion – while doing virtually nothing to stop warming,” warns this article in the New York Post.
See Ten trillion dollars down the rat hole
     Colder today than 800 years ago

The Dog Ate Global Warming
By Patrick J. Michaels
23 Sep 09 - “The data needed to verify the gloom-and-doom warming
forecasts have disappeared. Apparently, they were either lost or purged
from some discarded computer. Only a very few people know what really
happened, and they aren’t talking much. And what little they are saying
makes no sense."
See The Dog Ate Global Warming


Earth approaching sunspot records
21 Sep 09 - "The sun's recent activity, or lack thereof, may
be linked to the pleasant summer temperatures the midwest
has enjoyed this year, said Charlie Perry, a research hydrologist
with the U.S. Geological Survey in Lawrence.
See Earth approaching sunspot records


Snow in Colorado mountains today - cold in Denver

21 Sep 09 – The season's first widespread snowfall is
expected to hit the mountains today with accumulations
of up to 4 inches above 7,500 feet. More than 10 inches
of snow has already fallen on Conifer, CO.
See Snow in Colorado mountains today - cold in Denver


The Arctic is NOT warming faster

18 Sep 09 - The Washington Post recently praised a new study
claiming that the Arctic is warming much faster than originally thought.
But the study is based on bogus science.
See The Arctic is NOT warming faster


Colorado snow prompts ski area to turn on snowmaking machines early
22 Sep 09 - Light snow was reported Monday in Vail and other mountain
towns, and more was expected Tuesday. At least 3 inches of snow fell in parts
of the foothills west of Denver.
See Colorado snow prompts ski area to turn on snowmaking machines early


Atlanta floods shatter old records - Just imagine if that had been snow!
22 Sep 09 - Heavy rains exceeding fifteen inches have soaked the Atlanta,
Georgia region over the past two days, triggering widespread major flooding
and shattering records set as long ago as 1919 ... with the water still rising in
some areas.
See Atlanta floods shatter old records
 

"Yes, the President is lying"
By Alan Caruba
19 Sep 09 - "Taxing Americans at a time when they need to hold on to
their money is wrong and stupid, but doing so in the name of reducing
“global warming” when there hasn’t been any global warming for a decade
and the planet is looking at ten, twenty or more years of cooling isn’t just
wrong, it’s the worst kind of lie. Yes, the President is lying.
See Yes the president is lying


Sun buffets Earth with streams of energy
even during sunspot minimums

18 Sep 09 – Challenging conventional wisdom, a new study finds
that the earth was bombarded last year with high levels of solar energy
at a time when the Sun was unusually quiet and sunspots had virtually
disappeared.
See Sun buffets Earth with streams of energy even during sunspot minimums


Scientists pull about-face on global warming
Admit that the earth is cooling  – for now

15 Sep 09 – Last week one of the leading climate modelers in the
world, who has been pushing the IPCC's contention that humans are
causing global warming, conceded the Earth has not warmed for
nearly a decade and that we are likely entering one or even two
decades during which temperatures cool. Why has this not received
more headlines?
See Scientists pull about-face on global warming – for now


Do dead dinosaurs fuel our cars? No, say the Russians

12 Sep 09 - The assumption that oil and other "fossil fuels" come
from dead dinosaurs and other dead matter has been an article of
faith for centuries, says Financial Post writer Lawrence Solomon.
But many Russians and Ukrainians insist that oil is formed far
beneath the surface of the earth.
See Do dead dinosaurs fuel our cars?
 

The Great Copenhagen Liar’s Conference
By Alan Caruba
15 Sep 09 – In December, a conference sponsored by the United Nations will gather in Copenhagen to explore ways to “prevent global warming.” The Sun, however, is not cooperating. It now appears that the Sun is heading towards what is called ‘a grand minimum’ as we saw in the Little Ice Age.”
See Great Copenhagen Liar’s Conference


New research finds no link between global warming and stronger El Niño
Also finds link between 1918 El Niño and Flu Pandemic

15 Sep 09 —  New research shows that the 1918-19 El Niño - which
 occurred before significant warming - was one of the strongest of the century.
This makes it difficult to argue that El Niños have been getting stronger, says
Benjamin Giese, a professor of oceanography at Texas A&M University.
See No link between global warming and stronger El Niños
 

More than a million angry voters descend on Washington, DC
Media tries to hide extent of protest

15 Sep 09 – The media is trying to downplay the enormity of this protest, but more than a million angry voters descended on Washington, DC on Saturday. They were protesting the government’s attempts to remove their freedoms and control their lives.
See More than a million angry voters

"Absurd" - "Ignorant"
Global warming not causing California wildfires, says meteorologist
- (Video)
10 Sep 09 - Absurd, says meteorologist Joe Bastardi. People are either ignorant when they tell you this, or they don't want you to know. Satellite measurements show that temperatures have been going down.
See Global warming not causing California wildfires


O’Reilly interviews Accuweather meteorologist Joe Bastardi (Video)

13 Sep 09 – "Common sense dictates that a trace gas needed for life on the
planet would not be the cause for destroying life on the planet."
See O’Reilly interviews Accuweather meteorologist Joe Bastardi  
 

NOAA: Summer Temperature Below Average for U.S.
10 Sep 09 – Michigan experienced its fifth, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and South Dakota their seventh, Nebraska its eighth, and Iowa its ninth coolest summer. Records date back to 1895. 
See NOAA: Summer Temperature Below Average for U.S.


First White Christmas in Years

14 Sep 09 – Email from a reader in Washington
I live in Vancouver Washington. This last year was the first White
Christmas that I have seen in more years then I can remember.
See Record Low Temperatures across the US
 

Surprise method of transferring energy from solar wind to Earth's magnetosphere
9 Sep 09 - "This discovery is like finding it got hotter when the sun went down," said Larry Lyons, UCLA professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences. (I wonder what would happen during a magnetic reversal.)
See
Surprise method of transferring energy from
solar wind to Earth's magnetosphere


UK public smarter than its leaders
11 Sep 09 – “The British public has become more sceptical
about climate change over the last five years, according to a
survey. Twice as many people now agree that "claims that
human activities are changing the climate are exaggerated".
See UK public smarter than its leaders

 

Leader of None - Obama’s global warming policies have few followers
By Paul Driessen

No electricity means no refrigeration, to keep food and medicines from spoiling. No water purification, to reduce baby-killing intestinal diseases. No modern heating and air conditioning, to reduce hypothermia in winter, heat stroke in summer, and lung disease year-round. No lights or computers, no modern offices, factories, schools, shops, clinics or hospitals.
See Leader of None

 


Waiting in line to fill your tank

11 Sep 09 – This video by ABC’s John Stossel talks about
government-run healthcare systems, but it’s a great reminder
of what a government-run energy program would look like.
See Waiting in line to fill your tank
 

No magnetic reconnection?
10 Sep 09 - “This Magnetic Reconnection confusion has gone far enough,” says reader Dennis Cowdrick. (See my article about magnetic reconnection Explosions in the sky - magnetic reconnection.) It is a misconception that magnetic fields can be open ended and can release energy by “merging” or “reconnecting.
See No magnetic reconnection


Indian Scientists Debunk UN Glacier Retreat Claim
28 Aug 09 – Disputing the forecast made by the IPCC that the
glaciers in the world's highest mountain range could vanish within
three decades, V. K. Raina, a leading glaciologist and former
Additional Director-General of Geological Survey of India (GSI),
claimed recently that the glaciers are undergoing natural changes
which are witnessed periodically.
See Indian Scientists Debunk UN Glacier Retreat Claim


Open Letter to Gordon Brown
By Analytical Chemist Hans Schreuder
1 Sep 09 - “The amount of energy humans generate annually is
equivalentto that received by Earth from the Sun every hour."
See Open Letter to Gordon Brown
 

NASA News: Are Sunspots Disappearing?
3 Sep 09 –  “Sunspot magnetic fields are dropping by about 50 gauss per year,” says researcher Matt Penn of the National Solar Observatory (NSO) in Tucson, Arizona. “If we extrapolate this trend into the future, sunspots could completely vanish around the year 2015.” See NASA News: Are Sunspots Disappearing?


“Unseasonable” storm bringing one to two feet of snow to Cascades

4 Sep 09 - According to the National Weather Service, "the snow level
will fall to around 6,000 feet by Sunday... One to two feet of new snow is
expected above the snow level."
See  “Unseasonable” storm bringing one to two feet of snow to Cascades


Global warming and the sun

1 Sep 09 -- "Excellent (surprising!) article that got by the L.A. Times
censors, on how and why sunspots warm the planet more that solar output
would suggest is possible."
See Global warming and the sun


Geomagnetic super-storm sets telegraph papers on fire

On Sep 2, a billion-ton coronal mass ejection slammed into the earth's
magnetic field. The glow awoke campers in the Rockies in the middle
of the night, who thought the sun was rising. But no, it was the Northern
Lights ... exactly 150 years ago today.
See Geomagnetic super-storm sets telegraph papers on fire

 

Explosions in the sky - magnetic reconnection
31 Aug 09 – They laughed when I wrote of explosions in the sky during magnetic reversals. Well, here’s an article from NASA showing how feasible that really is. See Explosions in the sky - magnetic reconnection


Farmers' Almanac predicts bitter cold for much of this winter

Frigid temperatures across three-quarters of the US
31 Aug 09 -  “Very cold and bitterly cold” is how the Farmers’ Almanac
describes the winter in the Great Lakes, Plains, and South Central states.
It's going to be an "ice cold sandwich," says editor Peter Geiger.
See Farmers' Almanac predicts bitter cold for much of this winter


The Minnesota summer of 69° – brrrr
May portend a colder-than-normal winter
31 Aug 09 – For the members of the Minnesota Sinfonia, the July 17
performance at the Lake Harriet band shell was doubly memorable.
But the applause wasn't very loud. "I think most of them were
wearing mittens," said Sinfonia manager Raphael Fishman.
See The Minnesota summer of 69° – brrrr
 

The sun has been blank of official sunspots for 50 days in a row - only
the 4th time the sun has been blank for at least 50 days since 1849.
30 Aug 09 - See all spotless-day-streak records:
http://users.telenet.be/j.janssens/Spotless/Spotless.html
 

August Ends With Near-Record Cold in Chicago
31 Aug 09 - The record low for Aug. 31 is 47 degrees, set in 1872. 
Overnight Sunday into Monday, the nippy readings were close, and in
some areas even lower
.
See August Ends With Near-Record Cold in Chicago


Agriculture Disaster Declared - Frost Destroys Grapes in North
29 Aug 09 – The United States Department of Agriculture has designated
Chautauqua and Cattaraugus Counties as Ag-disaster areas after an unseasonal
frost severely damaged vineyard crops in the Lake Erie Region in May.
See Agriculture Disaster Declared - Frost Destroys Grapes in North.


Alaska Senator Hosts Climate-Change Junket
24 Aug 09 - Sen. Mark Begich says he'll host four other senators
on a "climate change" tour this weekend in Alaska. “The senators
will see retreating glaciers, forests damaged by invasive species,
and drying wetlands.”
          - Do you think he'll mention that Alaska's glaciers are
            growing for the first time in 250 years?
             -
Do you think he'll take them to see the Hubbard Glacier,
            which in May was advancing seven feet per day?
See Alaska Senator Hosts Climate-Change Junket


Climate Chains - A Documentary
29 Aug 09 - The proposed Cap-and-Trade (Control-and-Tax)
legislation would give government a portal into every aspect of y
our life.  The affordable, dependable and abundant energy upon
which any great civilization is built is about to be rationed. 
See Climate Chains -  A Documentary


Temps dropping into the 30's - and it isn't even September
28 Aug 09 - Email from a reader in New Mexico: "It has really aggravated
me how the democratic liberals are pushing the 'climate change' (AGW).
You have a new following of people here in this area of NW New Mexico."
See Temps dropping into the 30's - and it isn't even September

 

Blank Sun Continues
28 Aug 09 - The face of the sun has looked exactly the same for the past seven weeks--utterly blank. "Solar minimum is shaping up to be a big event indeed."
See Blank Sun Continues


Massive supercomputer used to predict climate change
one of Britain's worst polluters

Notice how they're calling it 'climate change" now? They know
damn well that it's not warming any more.

27 Aug 09 - The building that houses the 48-million-dollar supercomputer
in the Met Office's headquarters “has now been named as one of the worst
buildings in Britain for pollution - responsible for more than 12,000 tonnes
of carbon dioxide a year."
See Massive supercomputer used to predict climate change
one of Britain's worst polluters


World's oceans supposedly hottest in 130 years - NASA disagrees
20 Aug 09 – “July was the hottest the world's oceans have been in almost
130 years of record-keeping,” says Seth Borenstein. NASA disagrees.
(I think Seth could find global warming in a solid block of ice.)
See Worlds oceans supposedly hottest in 130 years - NASA disagrees


Desperate Strategies for Desperate Times

By Patrick J. Michaels
24 Aug 09 - "The great unwashed who live outside the Beltway
or somewhere other than Manhattan are in open revolt, and not
just against Obama’s health care proposals. By mandating a reduction
of over 80% in current emissions by 2050, Waxman-Markey will
allow the average American the same carbon dioxide emissions of
the average American in 1867.
See Desperate Strategies for Desperate Times


They can't even run the Cash for Clunkers program
... and they want to run our entire energy system?


Lawrence Solomon: New Ice Age could be coming

24 Aug 09 – “Earth could soon be entering a new Ice Age, according
to scientists at Oregon State University and other institutions, in a study
to be released this week by Science magazine.
See Lawrence Solomon: New Ice Age could be coming


Food Shortages Coming to America?
22 Aug 09 – In this article, Holly Deyo tells of Iowa farmers who have
"already sent their bulls and pigs off and are not planting the usual late
crops. They are convinced of an early winter and are preparing for it."
See Food Shortages Coming to America?


Drop in World Temperature Challenges "Consensus”

20 Aug 09 – “Official government measurements show that the
world’s temperature has cooled a bit since reaching its most recent
peak in 1998. "That’s given global warming skeptics new ammunition
to attack the prevailing theory of climate change,”
See Drop in World Temperature Challenges "Consensus”


Brisk July portends frigid, snowy winter, say experts
27 Jul 09 – “July's below-average temperatures could mean heavy
snowfalls and bitter cold this winter along the Eastern Seaboard,
says AccuWeather’s chief meteorologist, Joe Bastardi.
See Brisk July portends frigid, snowy winter, say experts


Fun comic – When global warming makes Hell freeze over
 
http://www.gocomics.com/features/251/feature_
items/445348?msg_id=496003,445348
Thanks to Jimmy Walter for this link
 

44 Days Without a Sunspot -
Among the Top 10 Longest

23 Aug 09 - Today marked the 44th
20 Aug 09 – Today marked the 41st
straight day without a sunspot, says meteorologist Joseph D’Aleo. By this time into it, "most of the last 5 solar cycles had recovered, in one case already to the solar max."
See 41 Days Without a Sunspot

NOAA fudging the numbers
25 Jul 09 – “I saw your story about June ocean temps,” says my friend Dan Hammer at ClimatePatrol.com. “The problem is that satellite data does not support the claim. Only NOAA seems to think it was one
of the warmest. 
See NOAA fudging the numbers


World destroyed in conflagration every 10,800 years
23 Aug 09 - I've just been re-reading Immanuel Velikovsky's 1950 book
Worlds in Collision. Velikovsky writes of Heraclitus, who "taught that the
world is destroyed in conflagration after every period of 10,800 years."
If you've read Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps, you'll
understand why these words jumped out at me.
See World destroyed in conflagration every 10,800 years



Eight inches of snow in Wyoming...in August - Short video

19 Aug 09 – Snow in the Big Horn Mountains in northern Wyoming.
http://www.weather.com/multimedia/videoplayer.html?from=
email&bcpid=823425597&bclid=877032 950&bctid=34591956001

Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link
 

Coldest July on record in six states   
10 Aug 09 – What concerns me is that many of these states were covered with glaciers during the last ice age, while the states lying to the south weren’t much colder than today.
See
Coldest July on record in six states


“Where did summer go?” asks NOAA
Wyoming temperatures 10-20 degrees below normal
Casper on pace for coolest summer on record

19 Aug 09 – Low temperatures in Wyoming this past weekend were
10-20 degrees below average.  Snow fell generally above 9000 feet
with a few inches in the Bighorns above 10000 feet. Brrr! 
See “Where did summer go?” asks NOAA


Australian Senate Kills Cap and Trade (Control and Tax) -
Will U.S. Follow?
13 Aug 09 - Senators voted 42 to 30 against the law. “This was
accomplished by people speaking up for the truth,” says chemical
engineer Bob Ashworth. “It gives me hope that the charlatans don't
always get their way.  I hope the US senate does the same thing.”
See Australian Senate Kills Cap and Trade (Control and Tax)


"It's the Sun!" – the rest is a “pyramid of nonsense,”
says astrophysicist

16 Aug 09 - "The problem is there is no evidence to back up their pyramid
of nonsense. It is timely hype in an attempt to bash politicians to stay on the
Global Warming & Carbon trading bandwagon to stop its wheels falling off
at the Copenhagen summit in October.”
"It's the Sun!" – the rest is a “pyramid of nonsense,”says astrophysicist


Astronomers: ‘Sun’s output may decline
significantly - inducing another Little Ice Age’

17 Aug 09 - Dr. Richard Mackey. Mackey authored a 2007
peer-reviewed study that found that the solar system regulates
the earth's climate...inducing another Little Ice Age.
See Astronomers: ‘Sun’s output may decline
significantly - inducing another Little Ice Age’



Has the USGS sold out? - Show us the list!

7 Aug 09 - "Benchmark glaciers shrinking at faster rate," screamed the
headline. Winter snowpacks have tapered off, says USGS scientist.
Three glaciers in Washington and Alaska have therefore shown a rapid
and sustained retreat.
(Actual numbers show a 22% INCREASE in snow pack across the
Washington and Oregon Cascade Mountains.)

See Has the USGS sold out?


Canada’s Northwest Passage remains clogged with ice
1 Aug 09 - Despite predictions by the U.S. National Snow and Ice
Data Center of a near-record meltdown by the end of this summer, the 
Canadian Ice Service says pockets of more extensive winter freezing
and concentrations of thicker, older ice at several key “choke points”
are complicating ship travel in the Northwest Passage this year.
See Canada’s Northwest Passage remains clogged with ice


Scientists create non-organic hydrocarbons
- could they also be formed in the sky?

29 Jul 09 – The oil and gas that fuels our homes and cars
that (supposedly) started out as living organisms that then
died - could they have been formed without organic matter?
The answer appearsto be yes. Scientists have found that
ethane and heavier hydrocarbons can be synthesized under
intense pressure and temperature.
See Scientists create non-organic hydrocarbons
- could they also be formed in the sky?

 

Snow in Peru in August
15 Aug 09 - Hello Robert!
After several months of no writing to you I decided to send you another report from Peru. It looks that the freezing level in the Andes has dropped consistently in recent several weeks.
See Snow in Peru in August


Frost Warnings Surrounding Edmonton Alberta! In August!!!
14 Aug 09 - I am an avid reader of your site, and your book
“Not by fire but by Ice.” What’s happening in the world today
really scares me. Especially when the truth about global cooling
is staring you right in the face! There won't be much food left to buy!
See Frost Warnings Surrounding Edmonton! In August!!!


Diamonds raining from the sky at a magnetic reversal

3 Jan 09 – Speculation raged across the internet yesterday after an
article in the journal Science told of diamonds drizzling to the earth
by the ton, supposedly caused by a comet exploding in mid-air.  

Forget comets. The evidence points to the Gothenburg magnetic
reversal. Magnetic reversals cause extinctions, and they trigger
evolutionary leaps.

See Diamonds raining from the sky – at a magnetic reversal


Who in the hell is writing our laws?
13 Aug 09 - President Obama says he hasn't had time to read the laws
that he's trying to shove down our throats. Our Senators say that they
haven't read them either. Nor have our Congressmen. So who in the hell
is writing our laws?
See Who in the hell is writing our laws?
 

Fist of an Angry God?
9 Aug 09 - Something - no one knows what - has punched through Saturn’s narrow F ring. Discover Magazine says it’s “Like the Fist of an Angry God.”
See
Fist of an angry God


Ice ages linked to orbital variations and slight shifts in solar radiation?

14 Aug 09 – Email from reader - What??!! Your posting yesterday is pure
heretic talk. According to a famous Nobel Prize winner, total solar irradiance
has nothing to do with Earth’s climate.
See Ice ages linked to orbital variations and slight shifts in solar radiation?
 

I Accuse
Alan Caruba accuses the IPCC of creating a huge hoax based on the lie that carbon dioxide plays a role in the alleged warming process. He further accuses the President and politicians from both political parties.
See I Accuse


100 inches (8 feet) of rain in two days!
9 Aug 09 - A world record
See video: 8 feet of rain in two days
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link
 

Cash for Clunkers
What good will that new car sitting in the driveway be if you can't get any gasoline to run it? Our lawmakers want to force us to cut our energy usage by eighty percent. That would take us back to horse-and-buggy days ... back to the 1860s.
They want to force us.
Not a pretty word.


Where are the hurricanes? Americans lied to big time

7 Aug 09 - Email from a reader
I'd like to see what the excuse is now from idiots like Gore
and members of the liberal media who screamed 4 years ago
that we'll have "Katrina like" hurricanes every year striking
the Northeast by now because of global warming???
See Where are the hurricanes? Americans lied to big time

 

I just could not put it down
8 Aug 09 - I received the books last night.  I started with “Magnetic
Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps”.  I just could not put it down.  I will
need to read it many times before I can even begin to digest the depth
of the knowledge it contains.
See fantastic reviews
 

No tomatoes in Wisconsin either
7 Aug 09 - Email from a reader in Wisconsin
"The article about the Nebraska tomatoes was  
fun. At least they have fruit on their vines.
See No tomatoes in Wisconsin either
 

Cold weather affecting Nebraska tomatoes 

1 Aug 09 - "By now, many vegetable gardeners would be layering fat slices of tomatoes on a plate and eating them like watermelon. But not this year. It has been one of the 10 coolest Julys on record."
Cold weather affecting Nebraska tomatoes 


Record lows dispel global warming myth

By Philip Brennan
5 Aug 09 - Former Vice President Albert Arnold Gore Jr.,
the father of the great global warming hoax, is having a serious
problem with Mother Nature: she's refusing to cooperate with
his campaign to convince the world that our planet is well on
the way towards barbecuing itself on a spit.
See Record lows dispel global warming myth
 

More than 60 German Scientists Dissent
Over Global Warming Claims!
 
By Marc Morano
4 Aug 09 - More than 60 prominent German scientists have publicly
declared their dissent from man-made global warming fears in an Open
Letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The more than 60 signers
of the letter include several United Nations IPCC scientists. See
More than 60 German Scientists Dissent Over Global Warming Claims!
 


Coldest July on record in many
cities in east and central US
 

By meteorologist Joseph D’Aleo
31 Jul 09 - In Central Park only one day has reached above 85 degrees so far this summer...the fewest days above 85 on record at Central Park since records began in 1869.
See Coldest July on record in many cities in east and central US


Met Office winter forecast 'reckless misleading
nonsense without scientific basis or skill,' says astrophysicist
3 Aug 09 - The Met Office 'forecast' for winter 2009-10 to be probably
milder and wetter than average is nonsense, says astrophysicist Piers Corbyn.
Statistically speaking the opposite to what they say has a success score of 5/5.
The Met Office stupidity cost the economy billions of pounds. 
See Met Office winter forecast 'reckless misleading nonsense
 

Bare-faced lies - glacier advances but headline
screams "global warming"

31 Jul 09 - Today the Daily Mail Reporter ran a series of
photos showing the rapid advance of 
the Breidamerkurjokull
glacier.
But their headline shouted "How global warming is
changing the face of the northern hemisphere." 
See Bare-faced lies - glacier advances but headline screams global warming


Did an ice age boost human brain size?
Or a magnetic reversal?

29 Jul 09 - "Some 2.5 million years ago, our ancestors' brains
expanded from a mere 600 cubic centimetres to about a litre.
Two new studies suggest it is no fluke that this brain boom
coincided with the onset of an ice age." See
Did an ice age boost human brain size? Or a magnetic reversal?


Climate Revolt: World's Largest Science Group 'Startled' By
Outpouring of Scientists Rejecting Man-Made Climate Fears!
Clamor for Editor to Be Removed!  

By Marc Morano
29 Jul 09 - Scientists seek to remove climate fear promoting editor and
 'trade him to New York Times or Washington Post'
Climate Revolt - Outpouring of Scientists Reject Man-Made Climate Fears
 

Cool Temperatures Contradict Met Office Summer Forecast
29 Jul 09 - “It is a far cry from the "barbecue summer" it predicted back
in April. Independent weather forecaster Piers Corbyn says the Met Office
failed to make a correct forecast because it cannot predict the jet stream.
See Cool Temperatures Contradict Met Office Summer Forecast


Does record-breaking heat in NW indicate a global-warming trend?

30 Jul 09 - No, says Professor Clifford Maas in the Department of
Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Washington.
See Does record-breaking heat in NW indicate a global-warming trend?


Accuweather changes tune
30 Jul 09 – A few days ago I posted an article - in good faith - quoting
from an article on Accuweather.com telling you about 3,000 low-temp
records for July! A couple of days later a reader emailed me saying that
my source disagreed with me. ... Huh?
See Accuweather changes tune


It’s getting colder everywhere
By Alan Caruba
(Needless to say, I like this article.)
28 Jul 09 - There’s an ancient Scandinavian legend that says, “A long time
ago, the universe was made of ice. Then one day the ice began to melt and
a mist rose into the sky. Out of the mist came a giant made of frost and the
earth and the heavens were made from his body. This is how the world
began and this is how the world will end, not by fire, but by ice. The seas
will freeze and winters will never end.”

Thus begins Not by Fire but by Ice, a book by my friend, Robert W. Felix.
See It’s getting colder everywhere

 
Carolina bays gouged into the
ground at a magnetic reversal

28 Jul 09 - Is it just a coincidence that
more than two million huge holes were gouged into the ground about 12,000
years ago - all at the same time - at a magnetic reversal?
See Carolina bays gouged into the
ground at a magnetic reversal


3,000 low-temp records for July!

25 Jul 09 – 1,044 daily record low temperatures have been broken this
month nationwide - count record "low highs" and the number increases
to 2,925, surely to pass 3,000 before the end of the month.
See 3,000 low-temp records for July!


Germany calls carbon tariffs a form of eco-imperialism
24 Jul 09 - "Germany called a French idea to slap "carbon tariffs" on
products from countries that are not trying to cut greenhouse gases a
form of "eco-imperialism" and a direct violation of WTO rules.
See Germany calls carbon tariffs a form of eco-imperialism


Even the EPA thinks it is getting COLDER! 
28 Jul 09 – The EPA has changed the way it estimates MPG,
partly based on colder outside temperatures.
See Even the EPA thinks it is getting COLDER!


More evidence against the NOAA numbers
27 Jul 09 - "Hi Robert - I was just thinking about something. 
If the ocean temperatures are so warm like NOAA claims then
tell me this....Where are all the Atlantic tropical systems?"
See More evidence against the NOAA numbers
 

More NOAA fudging
26 Jul 09 – NOAA's June anomalies reference data from 1961-1990,
which includes two of the cooler decades of the past 50 years and omits
the warmest decade, the 90's.”
See More NOAA fudging
 

NOAA fudging the numbers
25 Jul 09 – “I saw your story about June ocean temps,” says my friend Dan Hammer at ClimatePatrol.com. “The problem is that satellite data does not support the claim. Only NOAA seems to think it was one
of the warmest. 
See NOAA fudging the numbers


Your website is my first port of call …
and rain like you would not believe

25 Jul 09 – Wow! The clarity in which your books are written makes them
easy to absorb ... holds you spellbound to the end, though this is definitely no
novel!! l have lived in the north east of England all my life (half a century!!)
and we know things are changing here, even if the government doesn't!
See Your website is my first port of call
 

Crop reduction 60% in some cases
20  Jul 09 - "As your book predicts there are numerous crop failures all over
the USA and the world - a 60% reduction in some cases." (See lots of links.)
See Crop reduction 60% in some cases


California nanodiamonds evidence of Clovis-age comets?...
Or evidence of thousands of Tunguska-like explosions in the sky?

21 Jul 09 – Scientists report finding shock-synthesized hexagonal diamonds
in 12,900-year-old sediments on Santa Rosa Island, CA. They attribute the
diamonds to a comet strike. I attribute them to a magnetic reversal, which
triggered thousands of Tunguska-like explosions in the sky.
See California nanodiamonds


It's the ocean warming, stupid....
23 Jul 09 - Email from a reader - "You are becoming mainstream!
This is terrible! What will a rank heretic like you do with yourself?!
. . . Ah, yes I forgot. You decided to go after the holy grail of
Darwinism, didn't you?
See It's the ocean warming, stupid


El Niño is back - Global Ocean Surface
Temperature Warmest on Record for June

17 Jul 09 - The world’s ocean surface temperature was the warmest on
record for June, breaking the previous high mark set in 2005, according
NOAA's National Climatic Data Center.
See El Niño is back


El Nino Now Official - Possible Implications

19 Jul 09 - By Joseph D’Aleo - The official El Nino criteria has been met.
Now meteorologists look to see how strong and how long this lasts.
See El Nino Now Official - Possible Implications


New York Times - we could be entering an ‘extended chilly period”

21 Jul 09 - On the 25th of May, 1997, on the Art Bell show, I said that we’d
be admitting that we’re in an ice age within 20 years. Yesterday, the New York
Times
admitted that we could be entering an ‘extended chilly period.”
New York Times - we could be entering an ‘extended chilly period”

 

Snow in the Alps from 1600 meters up
21 Jul 09 –  CO2: “As if 380 people walking south can reverse 999.620 people walking north ... Duh!” … Email from a reader in the Netherlands.
See Snow in the Alps from 1600 meters up


More akin to the Biblical sense of Creation

21 Jul 09 - Dr. Paul LaViolette says that our planet is bombarded every
13,000 to 26,000 years by cosmic rays, and that the cosmic ray particles
would significantly increase cell mutation rates. I agree. That’s what
Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps
is all about.
See More akin to the Biblical sense of Creation
 

Gore's hometown:
Record cold in Nashville breaks 1877
record 'Set when Rutherford B. Hayes
was president'
- 21 Jul 09
See Record Low Temperatures across the US


Email plea to environmental minister, by reader in the UK

21 July 2009 - When I hear Americans complaining about "What
a sorry lot of 'leaders' they have" after Hillary apologized to India
for global warming, it makes me think indeed, indeed - the British
"leaders" are of the same sorry lot.
See Email plea to an environmental minister



Record low temperatures in 26 states
20 Jul 09 - New records: 133 + Tied: 68 = Total: 201
AL, AR, CA, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MD, ME, MN,
MO, MS, NC, ND, NE, OH, SC, TN, TX, VA, WI, WV
See Record low temperatures in 26 states - 20 Jul


Meet Ian Plimer - the man who exposed the great climate-change con
8 Jul 09 - “I get sometimes as many as 1,000 letters and emails a day from
people who feel helpless and disenfranchised and just bloody sick of all the
nonsense they hear about global warming from metropolitan liberals who
don’t even know where meat or milk comes from.”
Meet Ian Plimer - the man who exposed the great climate-change con
 

Record low temperatures in 31 states - 183 new records
19 Jul 09 - AL, AR, DE, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA,
MD, MI, MN, MO, MS, NC, ND, NE, NJ, OH, OK, PA, SC,
SD, TN, TX, VA, WI, WV.
And where is the media in this?  The deception continues...........
See Record low temperatures in 31 states -19 Jul


Record low temperatures in 21 states - 120 new records

18 Jul 09 – AL. AR, CO, FL, IA, IL, KS, KY, MN, MO, MS,
NC, ND, NE, OH, OK, SC, SD, TN, TX, WV
See Record low temperatures in 21 states - 18 Jul
 

Hubbard Glacier refuses
to fade away

18 Jul 09 - A few weeks ago I ran an article about Alaska's Hubbard Glacier advancing seven feet per day. Here's a lot more info on Hubbard Glacier, including a link where you can track its progress. See
Hubbard Glacier refuses to fade away

 

The real reason I’ll fight in the Senate on climate change
By Senator Steve Fielding
14 Jul 09 - "Here we had the former Vice President of the United States, a self proclaimed climate change preacher running away from me over a few simple questions." 
The real reason I’ll fight in the Senate on climate change
    CO2 is Rising - but global temperature isn't


Hillary Apologizes to India for global warming

18 Jul 09 – What a sorry lot of “leaders” we have. Whatever
happened to standing up proudly for our country?
 
See Hillary Apologizes to India for global warming
 

Author to appear on the Bill Cunningham show tonight
19 Jul 09 - Heard on 300 radio stations around the country
Please join us at 10:00 pm Eastern: http://www.700wlw.com/main.html


Dig out your snow shovels in the Northeast

14 Jul 09 – Cooler-than-average weather this summer could have people
from Boston to Washington, D.C. shoveling snow more often, compared
to recent years, says chief meteorologist Joe Bastardi.
See Dig out your snow shovels in the Northeast


Record low temperatures in 23 states
- 15 Jul 09
CA, CO, CT, DE, IL, MA, MD, ME, MT, NC, ND, NE,
NH, NJ, NM, NY, OH, OR, PA, SD, VA, WV, WY
See Record low temperatures in 23 states
 

Record low temperatures in 21 states - 14 Jul 09
Al, CA, CT, DE, ID, IN, MA, MD, ME, MI, NH, NJ,
NY, OH, OR, PA,UT, VA, VT, WI, WV
See Record low temperatures in 21 states
 

Skies turn crimson over Britain after Russian volcano erupts
14 Jul 09 – “The night skies over Britain will turn a deep shade of crimson
this week as the fallout from a Russian volcano blast hits the UK."
See Skies turn crimson over Britain after Russian volcano erupts


Record low temperatures in 46 states during June (per NOAA)
See Record low temperatures in 46 states during June


Britain's heaviest rainfall since records began in 1865
8 Jul 09 - All I can say is “Look out this winter.”
See Britain's heaviest rainfall since records began in 1865
 

The Weather Service says…
By Alan Caruba
13 Jul 09 - A recent post by the U.S. Weather Service admits that the average temperature in June was 67.5, 3.7 degrees below normal…which also occurred in 1897. Central Park did not hit 85 degrees in the month of June. The last time this occurred was 1916.
See The Weather Service says...


An 80% reduction means no electricity, no transport, no industry

By Christopher Booker
11 Jul 09 - Britain and the US are committed to cutting their use of fossil fuels
by more than 80 per cent. Short of an unimaginable technological revolution,
this could only be achieved by closing down virtually all economic activity: no
electricity, no transport, no industry
- all for a theory shot full of holes.
See An 80% reduction means no electricity, no transport, no industry


The chills of Global Cooling
9 Jul 09 - “As global cooling accelerates, global-warmists kick, scream,
and push their pet theory -- just like little kids who cover their ears and
stomp their feet when older children tell them not to bother waiting up
for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve,” says Deroy Murdock of Scripps
Howard News Service.
See The chills of Global Cooling
 

Huge Breach in Earth's Magnetic Field – Four times wider than Earth itself
NASA's five THEMIS spacecraft have discovered a breach in Earth's magnetic field ten times larger than previously thought to exist. Solar wind can flow through the opening to "load up" the magnetosphere for powerful geomagnetic storms. See:
Huge Breach in Earth's Magnetic Field


Details of the Protest at Al Gore’s breakfast
in Melbourne Mon July 13th

10 Jul 09 - Inviting all those skeptical that CO2 causes dangerous global
warming to join an Educational protest in Melbourne outside where Al Gore
will have a breakfast with 1,000 invited guests.
You'll see people in t-shirts
saying CRAP - Carbon Really Aint Pollution.

See Melbourne Protest - Carbon Really Aint Pollution (CRAP)



Runway renamed as North Pole moves

6 Jul 09 - Stansted Airport in Essex, UK has renamed its
runway because the position of the Earth's magnetic North
Pole has moved.
See Runway renamed as North Pole moves


Finally, some sunspots

6 Jul 09 - While not dramatic by historic standards, the new
group of sunspots is the most significant in many months.
See Finally, some sunspots


You are being deceived about global warming
Open letter to the Congress of the United States

1 Jul 09 - "We are flooded with claims that the evidence is clear,
that the debate is closed, that we must act immediately, etc, but in
fact THERE IS NO SUCH EVIDENCE; IT DOESN’T EXIST."
See You are being deceived about global warming


Open letter to Senator Maria Cantwell
Are you aware that glaciers are growing in Washington State?

8 Jul 09 - As a resident of Washington State, I urge you to vote NO
on the upcoming Control-and-Tax bill, legislation purportedly designed
to fight “global warming.” Senator Cantwell, are you aware that glaciers
are growing in Washington State?
See Open letter to Senator Maria Cantwell


'Ordinary people see through this -- but educated people are very vulnerable,'
says MIT Climate Scientist on man-made climate fears

6 Jul 09 –  "Now you are told if you that if you don't understand global
warming is going on, you are dumb, but if you agree to it, you are smart,"
explained Dr. Richard Lindzen.
See Ordinary people see through this
 

Where’s the heat? Record
low temps in Kentucky

By meteorologist Chris Bailey
7 Jul 09 – “This has been one
of the coldest starts to July on record and a lot of people are asking one simple question... WHERE'S THE HEAT?
See Where's the heat?

Indonesian supervolcano caused decade of fatal winters
… and a genetic bottleneck in human evolution

6 Jul 09 — When it erupted about 74,000 years ago, Indonesia's
Toba supervolcano may have triggered a short-lived "volcanic winter"
that drastically reduced the human population at the time.
See Toba supervolcano caused genetic bottleneck

   

Open letter to Senator Mark Begich
Are you aware that glaciers are growing in Alaska?
6 Jul 09 - As someone who loves my country, I urge you to vote NO
on the upcoming Control-and-Tax bill, a bill purportedly designed to
fight “global warming.” Senator Begich, are you aware that glaciers
are growing in your own state?
See Open letter to Senator Mark Begich
(This letter has now been posted on several websites,
including icecap.us.com, and climaterealists.com)
 

Earth on the Brink of next Ice Age
29 Jun 09 – DC Weather Examiner writer Scott Sumner believes that climate happens in cycles, so when he saw this article, he felt compelled to share it.
Earth on the Brink of next Ice Age

Global temperatures are falling
6 Jul 09 - According to Dr. Roy Spencer, climatologist and former NASA scientist, the Earth has cooled an astounding .74°F since former Vice President Al Gore released his propaganda piece "An Inconvenient Truth" in 2006. See Global temperatures are falling

Apollo moonwalker Dr. Buzz Aldrin a climate skeptic
5 Jul 09 - Yes, NASA’s second man on the moon Dr. Buzz Aldrin is an AGW skeptic. So is fellow astronaut Dr. Harrison Schmitt, NASA’s only geologist to walk the moon.
See Apollo moonwalker Dr. Buzz Aldrin a climate skeptic

Open letter to Congressman Dave Reichert
Are you aware that glaciers are growing in Washington State?

3 Jul 09 - As a resident of Washington State, I feel betrayed by your vote for
the Control-and-Tax bill, a bill purportedly designed to fight “global warming.”
Dave, are you aware that glaciers are growing in Washington State?
See Open letter to Congressman Dave Reichert


'I felt like I'd been electrocuted,' says Airbus crash survivor

3 Jul 09 –  Bahai Bakari, sole survivor of the Yemenia jet crash
that killed 152, spoke of her ordeal as she flew back to France.
See 'I felt like I'd been electrocuted,' says Airbus crash survivor
 

Deep Solar Minimum Continues

By Dan Hammer of climatepatrol.com
1 Jun 09 – "July has arrived and half of the year 2009 is now in the
record books. It is clear that we are still very deep in this extended
solar minimum. We now have 18 consecutive months with a sunspot
number below 10. You have to go back to the solar minimum of
1911 to find an equal."
See Deep Solar Minimum Continues
 

Russians order flight changes after huge magnetic shift downs airliners
30 Jun 09 – Russian Air Force commanders have supposedly warned  all aircraft to exercise extreme caution because geomagnetic storms "caused the loss of two major passenger aircraft during the past month."
See Russians order Flight Changes after Huge Magnetic Shift


Ice age, not global warming, the bigger threat

By Philip Brennan
(Author quoted again on Newsmax.com)
30 Jun 09 – "A sorry collection of 212 Democrats and eight shameless
Republicans in the United States House of Representative sought to inflict
serious economic damage upon the American people when they voted for
a bill designed to combat a fantasy, global warming - a figment of their
inflamed imaginations."
See Ice age, not global warming, the bigger threat
 

Industrial output drops but CO2
level keeps rising

By Dan Hammer
2 Jul 09 - Here’s a graph that
shows clearly man is not responsible
for climate change.
Industrial output drops but CO2
level keeps rising


The number of skeptics is swelling everywhere

29 Jun 09 – “Among the many reasons President Barack Obama
and the Democratic majority are so intent on quickly jamming a
cap-and-trade system through Congress is because the global
warming tide is again shifting.'
See The number of skeptics is swelling everywhere


Arizona Aiming to Outlaw Global Warming Legislation

24 Jun 09 – The state Senate voted Monday, 19-10 to approve
a bill banning the Department of Environmental Quality from enacting
or enforcing measures with language pertaining to climate change.
See Arizona Aiming to Outlaw Global Warming Legislation
 

How exactly do 'fossils' create 'fuel'?
By Jerome R. Corsi
"Nobody has yet synthesized crude oil or coal in the lab from a beaker
of algae or ferns," said astronomer Thomas Gold. Let's examine closely
the alleged chemical processes by which decaying plants and dinosaurs
aresupposed to decay into "fossil fuel".
See How exactly do 'fossils' create 'fuel'?


Bang goes that theory: Dinosaurs killed by volcano NOT asteroid

Forget your meteor theories. According to Professor Gerta Keller, a
geologist at Princeton University, the dinosaurs were wiped out by
volcanoes that erupted in India about sixty five million years ago.
See Bang goes that theory: Dinosaurs killed by volcano NOT asteroid
 

Alaska’s Hubbard Glacier still advancing, but at a slower pace
By Climatologist Cliff Harris
30 Jun 09 – It appears to be continuing its advance into the fjord and
should eventually (maybe as early as next year, but almost certainly
within the next thirty or forty years) wrap itself around Gilbert Point
and turn the fjord into a glacier formed lake.
See Alaska’s Hubbard Glacier still advancing
 

Polar bear expert barred by global warmists
27 Jun 09 - Over the coming days the Polar Bear Specialist
Group will be meeting in Copenhagen. But Dr. Mitchell Taylor,
one of the world's leading experts on polar bears, has been
told to stay away because of his views on global warming.
Polar bear numbers are higher than they were 30 years ago,
says Taylor.  
See Polar bear expert barred by global warmists


EPA quashed report skeptical of CO2 dangers
If anything, global temperatures are “going down”

29 Jun 09 – The Environmental Protection Agency quashed a 98-page
internal report skeptical of claims that carbon dioxide should be strictly
regulated by the federal government.
See EPA quashed report skeptical of CO2 dangers


They've discovered gold in hell...

Folklore by Tom DeWeese June 20, 2009 NewsWithViews.com
...Or How the Lie of Global Warming Became the Most Powerful
Political Force in Human History
See They've discovered gold in hell

 

Congress Buying Into Global Warming Fiction
(Author quoted on Newsmax.com)
25 Jun 09 – “Congress is about to embrace a scientific hoax… and
in the words of President Barack Obama, send the cost of everybody's
electricity skyrocketing.”
See Congress Buying Into Global Warming Fiction
 

US government’s climate con-job
22 Jun 09 - Suppose a company doctored data, misrepresented study
findings, replaced observations with computer simulations, and hired PR
flacks to promote its new “wonder drug.” News stories, congressional
hearings and subpoenas would be in overdrive. Fines and jail sentences
would follow. And rightly so.
See US government’s climate con-job
 

Cap-and-Trade Bill: Villainy on a Grand Scale
By Alan Caruba
24 Jun 09 - Supported by outright lies by the President about “clean” or “renewable energy”, and based on the greatest hoax of the modern era, “global warming”, on Friday Congress is reportedly going to vote on the 1,200-page Waxman-Markey “Cap and Trade” bill (H.R. 2454). This as we enter a prolonged a period of climate cooling.
See Villainy on a Grand Scale


The vindication of carbon means the vindication of human freedom
By Robert D. Brinsmead
The war on carbon is an ill-disguised war on humanity. It is time to
rip away the mask and expose the movement whose real aim is to
put the human race in chains to a system that controls every aspect
of human existence. It is time to stand up and say, “You take your
jackboots off my carbon and off my life.”
See Vindication of carbon
 

Astronauts witness volcanic eruption from Intnl Space Station
24 Jun 09 - Sarychev Peak, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, in the Kuril Island chain near Japan, suddenly sprang to life on June 12.
Astronauts witness volcanic eruption


Winter still grips 90 per cent of north, migratory birds can't breed

13 Jun 09 - "Winter refuses to go away in northern Manitoba and most of
the eastern Arctic." "Prolonged cold snowy conditions in the Hudson Bay
area are expected to obliterate the breeding season for migratory birds and
most other species of wildlife this year." “The spring of 2009 is record-late
in the eastern Arctic with virtually 100 per cent snow cover from James
Bay north."
See Winter still grips 90 per cent of north

 

Many areas in WA still retain last winter's snow
22 Jun  09 - Email from a reader
"I just finished a three-day backpacking trip through the Enchanted Lakes Wilderness in Washington State. We had to navigate through still mostly snow and ice-covered terrain. Most of the lakes are still  frozen or partially frozen.
See Many areas in WA still retain last winter's snow


World Cooling for 100 years - Climate alarmism challenged
18 Jun 09 - Astrophysicist Piers Corbyn reveals major breakthrough in
climate forecasting and predicts general world cooling for the next 100
years in direct opposition to The Met office and UN forecast announced
on the same day.
See World Cooling for 100 years - Climate alarmism challenged
 

Largest glacier in Argentina advancing
15 Jun 09 – "Argentina's Perito Moreno glacier is (supposedly) one of only a few ice fields worldwide that have withstood rising global temperatures.”
See Largest glacier in Argentina advancing

Reader asks, “What  exploded?”
21 Jun 09 - "I've just finished reading your new book and find
it fascinating. My problem is that I find myself in the same boat
I was in when reading Velikovsky; unable to dispute the raw facts
presented (explosions seem to have happened); yet unable to
wholly agree with the conclusion. (what exploded?)"
See my answer: Reader asks, "What exploded?"
 

Fresh snow on Mount Redoubt in Alaskaon the Solstice!
22 Jun 09 – “I do not know if snow in mid-June on Mount Redoubt is ‘normal’ or not,” says senior meteorologist George Harvey. “To me, though, it flies in the face of ‘Global Warming.’”
See Record Low Temperatures


Mystery of the Missing Sunspots supposedly solved

17 Jun 09 – Sunspots have been puzzlingly scarce for more
than two years. Now, for the first time, solar physicists might
understand why. A jet stream deep inside the sun is apparently
migrating slower than usual, but "is now, finally, reaching the
critical latitude, heralding a return of solar activity in the months
and years ahead." How many months? How many years?
See
Mystery of the Missing Sunspots supposedly solved
 

Reader in the Netherlands remains skeptical
21 Jun 09 - "I am a big fan of iceagenow.com and very skeptical
towards the evangelism preached by the global warming 'church'.
Two days ago I saw an interesting link to a Nasa webpage that
sort of claims that solar activity is about to return shortly. For now
I remain skeptical and have no reason to expect an increase of
solar activity soon.
See Reader in the Netherlands remains skeptical


Geophysicist rips Obama's 'new scare report’

17 Jun 09 – “After following this subject now since the mid 1980s, I
become more skeptical every year. I am now beginning to conclude
that global warming simply does not exist.”
See Geophysicist rips Obama's 'new scare report’
 

Widespread Global Cooling
Freezing Gore’s Credibility

15 Jun 09 – It is "an inconvenient
truth" for Al Gore that the world is currently experiencing some of the coldest weather in decades.
See Widespread Global Cooling Freezing Gore’s Credibility
 


Obama calls for action on global warming

16 Jun 09 –  The Obama administration is proposing laws to counteract
the "life-altering consequences of a failure to act on global warming."
Life-altering? Do you think that increasing your energy costs by
$400.00 per month – and losing your job because the economy
has been destroyed - might also be life-altering?
See Obama calls for action on global warming


Crops stressed as temperatures fall - Will we get enough to eat?
By Christopher Booker
13 Jun 09 - One of our biggest worries is that our politicians are so fixated
on the idea that CO2 is causing global warming that most of them haven't
noticed that the problem may be that the world is not warming but cooling,
with all the implications that has for whether we get enough to eat.
See
Crops stressed as temperatures fall
 

Biggest power grab in the history of human kind - Third International Conference on Climate Change attracts Standing Room Only crowd
to Washington, DC 

3 Jun 09 - More than 250 people crowded into
hotel meeting rooms to hear a dozen elite scientists and economists refute the claim that global warming is either man-made or would have harmful effects on Earth.
Biggest power grab in the history of human kind


Is a supervolcano brewing beneath Mount St Helens?

10 Jun 09 - Beneath Mount St. Helens lies what may be an extraordinarily
large zone of semi-molten rock capable of feeding a giant eruption. Such
an enormous eruption could spew enough sunlight-blocking ash into the
atmosphere to drive us into an ice age within months ... if not weeks.
See Is a supervolcano brewing beneath Mount St Helens?
 

Taxing Cows
By Alan Caruba
9 Jun 09 - Ever since the Supreme Court made one of the greatest blunders since the Dred Scott case, declaring CO2 a “pollutant” that could be regulated by the EPA, that deranged agency has been pushing a tax on CO2 emissions from cows, pigs, and other farm animals.    
See Taxing Cows


Did South Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly cause Air France disaster?

12 Jun 09 – Our planet is now experiencing the ‘South Atlantic Anomaly.'
The anomaly is massive, it is growing, and if it continues on its present
course, it could allow mutation-causing cosmic radiation ever closer to
the earth's surface.
See Did South Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly cause Air France disaster?


Headed for a “year without a summer?”

10 Jun 09 – AccuWeather's Joe Bastardi expects areas from the northern
Plains into the Northeast to have a "year without a summer." “The last time
this happened was the Tamboro eruption in 1815 followed by a year without
a summer in 1816,” says reader Charles Patrick. 
See Headed for a “year without a summer?”


Diamond clues to beasts' disappearance?

2 Jan 09 – We've discovered nano-diamonds that indicate there was an
extra-terrestrial event on Earth 12,900 years ago, said geologist James
Kennett. The tiny diamonds coincide with the onset of cooling and may
have wiped out woolly mammoths and the Clovis culture in North America.
See Diamond clues to beasts' disappearance?


The Cooling of Global Warming

By Philip Brennan
10 Jun 09 - Despite the increasingly inflamed rhetoric, the fact remains
that the planet has entered a cooling phase that to scientists say could
last at least 30 years or even usher in a new little, or even big, ice age.
See The Cooling of Global Warming
 

Alaska’s ice thickens over unusual summer
By Climatologist Cliff Harris
9 Jun 09 – “Two hundred years of glacial shrinkage in Alaska, and then came
the winter and summer of 2007-2008. "In mid-June, I was surprised to see
snow still at sea level in Prince William Sound," said USGS glaciologist Bruce
Molnia. Bering Glacier did not become snow free until early August.
See Alaska’s ice thickens over unusual summer


UFO Crashed Into Meteorite to Save Earth -
New explanation for Tunguska

27 May 09 – Dr. Yuri Labvin, president of the Tunguska Spatial
Phenomenon Foundation, insists that a UFO deliberately crashed
into a gigantic meteor above Siberia on June 30, 1908, to prevent
the meteor from slamming into our planet.
See UFO Crashed Into Meteorite to Save Earth


Public transport may not be as green as you think

7 Jun 09 - New US study points out that the "tailpipe" quotient does
not include emissions that come from building transport infrastructure
-- railways, airport terminals, roads and so on -- nor the emissions
that come from maintaining this infrastructure over its operational lifetime.
See Public transport may not be as green as you think


More cosmic rays entering solar system
8 Apr 09 – The sun is in the middle of a solar minimum,  the
lowest for nearly a century, with 2009 on track for an even
quieter year. According to this article, "a drop in solar activity
allows more cosmic rays from outer space to enter the solar system.
See More cosmic rays entering solar system



'At what point do we jail or execute global warming deniers'?
3 Jun 09 – By Marc Morano – Climate Depot
See At what point do we jail or execute global warming deniers


Creation of oil linked to mass extinction
5 Jun 09 – “Undersea volcanic activity triggered a mass extinction
of marine life and buried a thick mat of organic matter on the sea floor
about 93 million years ago, which became a major source of oil,” says
a recent article in Science Daily.
See Creation of oil linked to mass extinction


‘Snowflake’ Bentley
5 Jun 09 – Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley, born in 1865, lived his entire life
on a small farm in tiny Jericho, Vermont. During his 50-year-plus career,
which began with his 15th birthday when his parents presented him with a
new microscope, he painstakingly photographed more than 5,300 distinct
patterns of snow crystals.
See Snowflake Bentley

 

Shocking: Global Warming
Caused by US Postal Fees
5 Jun 09 - “The rise in global temperatures since 1880 closely correlates with increases in postal charges.”
See Shocking: Global Warming Caused by US Postal Fees


Picturing Anti-Science

4 Jun 09 – Reader Harold Ambler wrote an open letter to writer Peter Dizikes,
who recently published an article about a new book on climate change. “As a
native Californian," says Ambler, "the misunderstanding of western climate
was just too gross to let go.”
See Picturing Anti-Science


Magnetic reversal “imminent” says
National Geographic
24 Feb 09 - Scientists agree that Earth has long been subjected to
thousands of traumatic magnetic reversals of the poles, and that we're
due for another -- but when? This video from the National Geographic
says the reversal is “imminent.”
See
Magnetic reversal “imminent” says National Geographic
 

Global cooling for 8½ years
20 Feb 09 - The IPCC's predicted warming path (pink region) bears no relation to the global cooling observed in the 21st century to date.
See Long Downtrend

Hydrocarbons rain from Titan's sky -
Hundreds of times Earth’s oil reserves  

13 Feb 08 – Saturn’s moon Titan has hundreds of times more
liquid hydrocarbons than all the known oil and natural gas reserves
on Earth, according to new Cassini data. The hydrocarbons rain
from the sky, collecting in vast deposits that form lakes and dunes.

See Hydrocarbons rain from Titans sky


Book written by a nut job

3 Jun 09 - Email from a reader
Robert:
I remember thinking when I first read this in your book (about
carbon raining from the sky) that I'm reading a book written by
a nut job. But as I do more independent research, I keep finding
supporting evidence for your claims.
See Book written by a nut job


A load of hot air

28 May 09 - Great video interview of Professor Ian Plimer, author
of Heaven and Earth - Global Warming, The Missing Science.
Q: What do you think of Al Gore’s movie An Inconvenient Truth?
A: “Fantasy at its best.”
See A load of hot air


Scientists stumble across huge underwater mountain

29 May 09 - Marine scientists have discovered a massive
underwater volcano off Indonesia’s western coast. The 4,600m
(15,000ft) mountain spans 30 miles at its base, with its summit
some 1,300 meters below the surface. Its discovery was
"completely unexpected."
See Scientists stumble across huge underwater mountain

 

Diminished Solar Activity & Global Cooling
       "A massive campaign of hooey"
30 May 09 - As more and more real scientific data comes in, it becomes clearer and clearer that the public has been fed a massive campaign of hooey for the past 20 years. Al Gore and his apostles have been shining us on with propa-ganda about climate change that doesn't even pass the smell test. See
Diminished Solar Activity and Global Cooling


Spotless Sun, new milestone reached

27 May 09 – "We just overtook the original solar cycle, #1,
so now the only cycles above this are: cycles of the Maunder
minimum, cycles 5 to 7 (Dalton minimum), and cycles
10 + 12 to 15 (unnamed minimum).
See Spotless Sun, new milestone reached
 

New Solar Cycle 24 Prediction:
Fewer Sunspots, But Not Necessarily
Less Activity
27 May 09 - An international panel of experts predicts that Solar Cycle 24 will peak in May 2013 with a below-average number of sunspots, and at least another year of mostly quiet conditions before solar activity resumes in earnest. See New Solar Cycle 24 Prediction - Fewer Sunspots


Record low temperatures in 28 states! - more than half of the states!
– and nary a peep from the media
- 19 May 09
If there had been record warmth in 28 states, you would have seen "we're-
causing-global-warming" headlines plastered across the front page of almost
everynewspaper in the country, and TV hosts would have gleefully announced
the dire news. . . . But had you even heard about this?
See Record Low Temperatures across the US


Blackfeet Indians predict return of 'many glaciers' to Glacier Park
By climatologist Cliff Harris
17 May 09 – "The tribe's historian (storyteller) told us that the glaciers have
both 'advanced' in Glacier National Park and 'retreated' literally dozens of
times in the past couple of millennia, often within an individual chief's lifetime."
See Blackfeet Indians predict return of 'many glaciers' to Glacier Park

 

The Third International Conference on Climate Change will call attention to the
widespread dissent over the so-called “consensus” on global warming. (We are
a proud co-sponsor of this event.)

See Third International Climate Conference


"Not a single piece of actual evidence,” says Dutch scientist
24 May 09 - Analytical chemist Hans Schreuder, speaking to the Northern
Ireland Climate Change Committee: “The IPCC bases its dire forecasts on
nothing more than computer models that regard the earth as a flat disk bathed
in a constant 24 hour haze of sunlight, without north and south poles, without
clouds and without any relationship to the real planet we live on."
See Not a single piece of actual evidence”, says Dutch scientist
 

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!
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Nature, Not Human Activity, Rules the Climate

24 May 09 - Before facing major surgery, wouldn’t you want
a second opinion? You'd be kinda silly if you didn't...
See Nature, Not Human Activity, Rules the Climate


Difficult to put down

25 May 09 - Email from reader: I loved reading Not By Fire But By Ice.
Seldom have I come across books that are difficult to put down, but this
book was definitely that. I read it in 2 days and reread it several weeks later.
See Engaging and informative

 
CO2 - Pollutant or The Breath of Life?
By Phil Brennan
20 May 09 - Now pending in the House of Representatives is a bill estimated
to increase the typical family's energy costs by a minimum of $3,100 a year -
all in an effort to reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere. Is CO2 a
deadly greenhouse gas? Hardly. Without it we'd all be dead. Plant life would
vanish, and with it all of humanity.
See CO2 - Pollutant or The Breath of Life?


Sunspot numbers to be far lower than predicted?

19 May 09 - Last week I published NOAA's prediction that Cycle 24 will be
the weakest in nearly a century and that the average monthly sunspot number
at maximum will be around 90. A reader takes issue with those numbers.
See Sunspot numbers to be far lower than predicted?.  


The United States is being systematically destroyed

20 May 09 - With our government preparing to impose ever more destructive
"cap and trade" (control and tax) laws on us, I think every American needs to
read this article. Read it and weep for a once great nation.
http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/site/article/americans-
largely-silent-as-their-nation-is-systematically-destroyed/

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Fighting in the streets for food
Corn Belt stuck in rain delay
- Illinois - May 16
Corn, Wheat Rise as Rain Slows U.S. Planting
- Iowa - May 7
Rain delays corn planting In GA
 
- May 15
Farmers fret as rain delays planting
 - Missouri - May 5
Rain Delays Indiana Corn Planting Progress
- Indiana - May 3
By David Christian
18 May 09 - Corn farmers facing the possibility of partial to total
crop lose this year. They have been getting so much rain every week
for the last 2 months, till they can’t get into the fields with their tractors.  
See Fighting in the streets for food
 

New Cycle 24 Prediction
16 May 09 - NOAA's new Cycle 24
prediction has confirmed what we already
pretty much know. The cycle will be the
weakest in nearly a century. The monthly
sunspot number average at maximum will
be around 90.
See New Cycle 24 Prediction


Our Nobel Prize Moron
By Alan Caruba
16 May 09 – I know you’re thinking the title refers to Al Gore, but no, it
belongs to economist Paul Krugman. "The Nobel Prize winner demonstrated
what a moron he is when he strayed into the usual discredited blather associated
with “global warming.” He spouts the nonsense about greenhouse gas emissions
like some Red Guard reading from Chairman Mao’s Little Red Book.
See Our Nobel Prize Moron
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Predicted sea-level rise slashed in half
14  May 09 - The global sea level will less than 10 feet if the West Antarctic
ice sheet collapses - only about half the previously predicted rise. Notice that
little word “if.”
See Predicted sea-level rise slashed in half
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Green crusade "all cost and no benefit," says noted climatologist
14 May 09 – "Congress is now discussing an 80% reduction in U.S. greenhouse
emissions by 2050. That's basically the equivalent of building 1,000 new nuclear
power plants all operating by 2020 (which) would affect the global temperature
by only seven-hundredths of a degree by 2050 and fifteen hundredths by 2100.
We wouldn't even notice it."
See Green crusade "all cost and no benefit," says noted climatologist.

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New Zealand glaciers growing “despite global warming”
15 May 09 – Email from a reader in New Zealand.
See New Zealand glaciers growing “despite global warming”
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The Coming Ice Age - Parents Ate Their Own Children
By David Deming
13 May 09 – The coldest part of the Little Ice Age was marked by the
nearly complete absence of sunspots. The Sun now appears to be entering
a period of quiescence. By reducing our production of carbon dioxide, we
risk hastening the advent of the next ice age. It is not hyperbole to state
that such a climatic change would mean the end of human civilization as
we know it. 
See The Coming Ice Age - Parents Ate Their Own Children
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Carbon is not causing global warming or climate change
By Dr. Tim Ball 
11 May 09 – Current levels of atmospheric CO2 stand at 385 ppm but
research shows that plants grow most vigorously at 1000 to 1200 ppm. 
This information is used by commercial greenhouses who pump in up to
1200 ppm. There is another side benefit because the plants use less water.
See Carbon is not causing global warming or climate change


Arctic ice twice as thick as expected

By Christopher Booker
9 May 09 - "As the clock ticks down towards December's historic
UN Copenhagen conference on climate change, the frenzied efforts of the
warmists to panic us over all that vanishing Arctic and Antarctic ice are
degenerating into farce."
See Arctic ice twice as thick as expected ..
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Arctic Global Warming Activists to be Rescued
12 May 09 - “Following the daily reports of ice, cold, frostbite, hypothermia,
pain and general misery being endured by the team – even the most daft news-
paper reporter must be aware now that the Arctic is a very cold and icy place.”
See Arctic Global Warming Activists to be Rescued
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Underwater volcano building new mountain
7 May 09 – “An active underwater volcano near the island
of Guam erupts so frequently that it has built a new cone 131ft
high (13 stories) and 984ft wide in just three years.
See Underwater volcano building new mountain
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NO!     EPA: Get your hands out of my wallet
     and your boots off of my back!
19 Apr 09 - In a landmark decision long pushed for by some environmentalists
and money-hungry politicians, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has
almost officially declared CO2 -- AKA plant food, the air you exhale, the bubbles
in beer,  and the basis of all life -- a "pollutant". You have fewer than 60 days to
protest the EPA's attack on your freedom.
See Get Your Boots Off My Back!.
Also See Comments from Readers


Global warming laws could cost every family
a staggering £20,000 (US$40,000)

6 May 09 - "Sooner or later, even our loathsome media are going to put two
and two together. Then, those idiot politicians who have embraced the global
warming scam are going to look even more stupid than they do already. The
reckoning may be delayed, but it will come.
See Global warming laws could cost $40,000
 

Quietest Sun in almost a Century
could lead to Evolutionary Leaps,
says author
- 1 Apr  09 - As of
yesterday, no sunspots had been
observed on 78 of this year's 90 days.
This could lead to evolutionary leaps ...
and to a Little Ice Age.
See Quietest Sun in almost a Century
could lead to Evolutionary Leaps


List of Climate Realists grows -
The science is not settled Mr. President
Look at the number of Ph.Ds on this list!
30 Mar 09 -
"Mr. President, your characterization of the scientific facts
regarding climate change and the degree of certainty informing the scientific
debate is simply incorrect.
"
See List of Climate Realists grows
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                            Russia Prepares for an ice age

A Cold War That Russia Can Win
4 Feb 09 - In January, Secretary of State designate Hillary Clinton announced
that she would use the office to fight global warming. As she spoke, the Russian
government was preparing to release a massive study much more concerned
with the prospect of a global ice age.
See A Cold War That Russia Can Win
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Russian scientist says Earth could soon face new Ice Age
22 Jan 08  (Excerpts) Temperatures on Earth have stabilized in the
past decade, and the planet should brace itself for a new Ice Age
rather than global warming, a Russian scientist said in an interview
with RIA Novosti Tuesday.
See Russian scientist says Earth could soon face new Ice Age
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Earth on the Brink of an Ice Age
11 Jan 09- Pravda - The data from paleoclimatology, including ice cores, sea
sediments, geology, paleobotany and zoology, indicate that we are on the verge
of entering another Ice Age, says Russian scientists. The data also shows that
severe and lasting climate change can occur within only a few years.
See Earth on the Brink of an Ice Age
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Global Cooling: The Coming Ice Age
Short video (6 minutes) about the coming ice age. I especially
agree with climatologist George Kukla, an ice-age alarmist
since the early 1970s, who still thinks an ice age is imminent.
See Global Cooling: The Coming Ice Age
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Die, Global Warming, Die!
By Alan Caruba
6 May 09 – Instead of doing everything possible to encourage energy
companies to find and extract the energy reserves the United States requires
to function and grow, the White House and Congress is doing everything in
its power to restrict energy use.
See Die, Global Warming, Die!
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Quiet Sun Hints at Next Little Ice Age - So let’s preach global warming
National Geographic would call an ice age a "localized cooling" event

4 May 09 - An article today in National Geographic News features Mike
Lockwood, a solar terrestrial physicist at the University of Southampton in
the U.K, and other researchers who are engaged in what they call "preemptive
denial" about a solar minimum leading to global cooling.
See Quiet Sun Hints at Next Little Ice Age
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Danger: Ice Age Ahead

Short video (less than 4 minutes) with some great special effects
8 May 09 – “We’re well on our way into the next ice age,” says
this video from the National Geographic. “One of our major
challenges will be how to keep us from killing each other.”
See Danger: Ice Age Ahead
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The greatest challenge facing humanity . . .
has failed to show up in our data

6 May 09 - Gallup Poll Editor Frank Newport says he sees no evidence that
Al Gore's campaign against global warming is winning. "It's just not caught on,"
 says Newport. "They have failed." Or, more bluntly: "Any measure that we
look at shows Al Gore's losing at the moment. The public is just not that
concerned." What the public is worried about: the economy.
See The greatest challenge facing humanity - has failed to show up in our data
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Obama-Gore Deceit on Cap and Trade (Control and Tax)
By Dr. Tim Ball  
4 May 09 – Waxman and the Democrats used Al “the science is settled” Gore
to show how the climate science demanded action. In a barefaced display of
power, arrogance, ignorance and fear they blocked the appearance of Lord
Monckton, who has effectively shown Gore’s ignorance of the science and
 misuse of the facts.
See Obama-Gore Deceit on Cap and Trade
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Back to horse and buggy days — without the horse
By Phil Brennan
5 May 09 – Congress is about to launch the infamous cap and trade [control
and tax]
bill — a peril-laden excursion into a fiscal and regulatory nightmare
rife with the fearsome dragons of excess government control and crushing
financial burdens on America's families."
See Back to horse and buggy days — without the horse
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The missing sunspots: Is this the big chill?
27 Apr 09 – Scientists are baffled by what they’re seeing on the
Sun’s surface – nothing at all. No living scientist has seen it behave
this way. There are no sunspots – and there is no sign of the Sun
waking up.
See The missing sunspots: Is this the big chill?

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Dip into State of Fear for global warming answers
By Candice Wagner - 1 May 09 – If the elements of our atmosphere were measured in terms of a football field, nitrogen would take us from the goal to the 78 yard line. Oxygen would take us from there to the 99-yard line. Most of the yard remaining consists of argon. Argon takes us to within 3 inches of the goal. Only one inch of the remaining three is made up of carbon dioxide. One inch in 100 yards.
See Dip into State of Fear for global warming answers.

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It’s the Sun, stupid!

By Willie Soon, solar and climate scientist
5 Mar 09 – Chinese imperial astronomers noticed that more sunspots meant
warmer weather. In 1801, the celebrated astronomer William Herschel noticed
that when there were few spots, the price of wheat soared.
       As I've been saying all along, I fear that we'll be fighting in the
       streets for food long before we're covered by ice.

See It's the Sun, stupid!
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Earthquake Lights Video
4 May 09 – Email from reader 
“Here is a youtube video of earthquake lights supposedly 30 minutes before
an earthquake here. This is interesting considering you mentioned this in your
book. (in the chapter entitled "Earthquake Lights and Crazy Snakes.”)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKMTSDzU1Z4
Thanks to Ty Weston for this link
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US energy and climate plans would drag us back to 1905 – or 1862
30 Apr 09 - "Think back to 1905," says Paul Driessen. "The Wright brothers
had just made history. Coal and wood heated homes. Few had telephones or
electricity. AC units were handheld fans. Ice blocks cooled ice boxes. New
York City collected 900,000 tons of vehicle emissions – horse manure –
annually, and dumped it into local rivers."
See Back to the “good old days”
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Ten Global Warming Myths
By Andrew Bolt
29 Apr 09 – "Name just three clear signs the planet is warming as
the alarmists claim it should. Just three. Chances are your "proofs"
are in fact on my list of 10 Top Myths about global warming."
See Ten Global Warming Myths
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Saskatchewan seeding numbers only 2% complete  
2 May 09 – Email from Saskatchewan: "With tomorrow morning's
low we will have gone through 10 consecutive days with low morning
 temperatures running 8 to 10 degrees Celsius or more below average."
See Saskatchewan seeding numbers only 2% complete
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Oops. We overlooked 193,000 square miles of ice
19 Feb 09 – Today, the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) admitted that they’ve underreported Arctic ice extent by 193,000 square miles (500,000 sq km). That's the size
 of 10 states!

See We overlooked 193,000 square miles of ice

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Chaitén Volcano a Tambora-sized event?

11 Jan 09 – “The the immense pile enlarges visibly from week to
week," says Alan Sullivan. "The mass of dome material must now
amount to many cubic kilometers, and who knows how much more
might emerge in a caldera-forming blowout. We could be talking of
a Tambora sized event — or worse.
See Chaitén a Tambora-sized event?
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Corn Planting Well Behind Schedule  
30 Apr 09 – “By the middle of May, corn planting from Missouri to
Ohio may be running as much as 3-4 weeks behind schedule.”
See Corn Planting Well Behind Schedule 
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Snow Causing Problems with Spring Wheat Crop
30 Apr 09 – Great Falls, MT – “Teton County is reeling from this
record snowfall. Ag producers typically love moisture, but the late
snowfall is causing problems with the spring wheat crop.
See Snow Causing Problems with Spring Wheat Crop

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The Little Ice Age and Scotland
26 Apr 09 –  The BBC acknowledged today that that the Sun is now the
dimmest in almost a century, and that a similar ‘quiet spell’ connected to
a period of cooling known as the Little Ice Age coincided with death by
starvation of two-thirds of the Scottish population.
See The Little Ice Age and Scotland
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Declaring CO2 a pollutant is declaring tyranny
29 Apr 09 – Another great email to the EPA.
See Declaring CO2 a pollutant is declaring tyranny
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Maybe an Asteroid didn’t Kill the Dinosaurs
New study lends credence to ice-age theory

27 Apr 09 - A new study published in the Journal of the
Geological Society
shows that the asteroid impact and
dinosaur extinction may have occurred hundreds of
thousands of years apart.
See Maybe an Asteroid didn’t Kill the Dinosaurs
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Dalton Minimum Returns
21 Apr 09 - Paul Stanko of NOAA writes: "To say that that we in
interesting times is a huge understatement. We are about to enter a
Grand Minimum, which in the past have produced a cooler planet,
while our government is preparing for run-away global warming. 
Who could have predicted this stupidity?"
See Dalton Minimum Returns
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World cooling has set-in, warns astrophyicist - 'Global Warming
apologists' challenged to end 'cover-up' 

24 Apr 09 - Official data shows the world passed its peak temperatures
10 years ago, but sadly the BBC and 'Global Warming apologists' are
now attempting to cover up the facts" said Piers Corbyn, 'climate realist',
astrophysicist & long range weather & climate forecaster.
See World cooling has set-in, warns astrophyicist
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Only 34% believe climate change is caused by human activity
20 Apr 09 – “If this represented an actual election it would be called a
landslide of historic proportions. I mean really — only one-third of people
believe humans are the chief cause of climate change?”
See Only 34% believe climate change is caused by human activity
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CO2 does not cause climate change in any way, shape or form
18 Apr 09 – Here’s a submission to the EPA from analytical chemist
Hans Schreuder. This guy knows what he's talking about.
See CO2 does not cause climate change in any way, shape or form

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Astronomers baffled by ‘Quiet Sun’

21 Apr 09 - With no sunspots and very few solar flares, the Sun
is the dimmest it has been for nearly a century. "It is unclear why
this is happening or when the Sun is likely to become more active
again," say scientists.
See Astronomers baffled by ‘Quiet Sun’
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Temperatures have been falling, says Australia's top earth scientist
18 Apr 09 – Australia's best-known academic geologist, Ian Plimer, challenges
the assumption that the world's warming is down to human activity. Far from
heating up to dangerous levels, the planet is in a lull in an ice age that began 37
million years ago, he says. CO2 is not a pollutant but a necessity of life.
See Temperatures falling, says Australia's top earth scientist


EPA regulation of "greenhouse gases" is a threat to America's
economy and will raise the cost of EVERYTHING we do

24 Apr 09 - Here’s a great response to the EPA.
See EPA Threat to America's Economy
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Solar Scenarios
26 Apr 09 - “We are now at a crossroad,” writes James A. Marusek, a
nuclear physicist and engineer. “Two paths lie before us. Down one path
lies monstrous solar storms. Down the other path lies several decades of
crushing cold temperatures and global famine.
See Solar Scenarios
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CO2 essential to the health and well-being of our bodies
21 Apr 09 - Here's an email from a reader attesting to the benefits of CO2
in connection with respiratory problems. I had no idea that CO2 could help
asthma and allergy sufferers.
See CO2 essential to the health and well-being of our bodies
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Democrats Refuse to Allow Skeptic to Testify Alongside Gore
At Congressional Hearing  - 'don't want Gore humiliated'
23 Apr 09  - UK's Lord Christopher Monckton, a former science advisor to
Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, claimed House Democrats have refused to
allow him to appear alongside former Vice President Al Gore at a high profile
global warming hearing in Washington. The former Vice-President “chickened
out,”  said Monckton. The House Democrats "are cowards."
See Democrats Refuse to Allow Skeptic to Testify
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High CO2 levels bring prosperity and longer life
13 Apr 09 – Much of what we have read about climate change is
rubbish, says one of Australia's foremost Earth scientists, Professor
Ian Plimer. “If we look at the last 6 million years, the Earth was warmer
than it is now for 3 million years. The ice caps of the Arctic, Antarctica
and Greenland are geologically unusual. Polar ice has only been present
for less than 20 per cent of geological time. Planet Earth "is currently in
an ice age."
See High CO2 levels bring prosperity and longer life
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Midwest corn fields too wet to plant
20 Apr 09 – This year’s cool, wet spring reminds farmers of 2008, when
the corn crop went in a month or more late in many states
See Midwest corn fields too wet to plant
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Big earthquake to strike Oregon coast sooner than thought
19 Apr 09 - "The amount of devastation is going to be unbelievable. People
aren't going to be ready for this. Even if they are prepared, they are going to
be surprised by the level of devastation."
See Big earthquake to strike Oregon coast sooner than thought
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Fargo floods not due to global warming -
Obama flunks Global Warming 101 on Fargo
-
By Dr. Tim Ball - 20 Apr 09 - The Red River runs through lowland formed and occupied by Glacial Lake Agassiz. This lake was created by the meltwater from the Wisconsin ice sheet. Half of Canada was still under ice as recently as 9,000 years ago, which underscores how quickly climate changes.
Fargo flooding not due to global warming

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Earth Day - Reverting to a primitive society struggling to survive

22 Apr 09 – Email from reader - "Today is Earth Day and I can't think
of a better way to celebrate than to thank you for your excellent website.
Your efforts to educate the web community via your site and everyone
else via your books about the dangerous myth of Global Warming/Climate
Change is something that future generations will point to as the reason
sanity finally took hold - something that I'm sure will happen sooner rather
than later, because if it does not the world will lose access to electricity,
to oil needed to generate electricity and run our motorized transport
(cars, planes, trains, ...), and with that we will loose access to food. We
will revert to a primitive society struggling to survive. But then perhaps
that is what the Earth first movement wants - for mankind to be at the
same level as the animals that they believe we are.

Please keep up the great job of communicating sanity and reason to
the world.
- Lionel B. Dyck


Antarctic ice growing, not shrinking
By Greg Roberts
18 Apr 09 - "Ice is expanding in much of Antarctica, contrary to the
widespread public belief that global warming is melting the continental ice cap."
See Antarctic ice growing, not shrinking
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A foot of snow in Denver -
and it's still coming down

18 Apr 09
Hello Robert,

I live in the southern metro area of Denver. We have at least foot of snow and it is still coming down. Here's a picture.

Heather Cleary

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French Reversal on climate policy? Outspoken Skeptical Scientist
Claude Allegre May Be Tapped as Environmental Minister! 
 
By Marc Morano
16 Apr 09 - Renowned geophysicist and former socialist party leader
Dr. Claude Allegre – France’s most outspoken global warming skeptic -
may be considered as the next French Environment Minister. If Allegre
is appointed, it would send political earthquakes through Europe and
the rest of the world.
See French Reversal on climate policy?
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Devils Lake ND May Exceed 2,000 Year Levels
14 Apr 09 –The water level of Devil's Lake, ND has risen about 25 feet since 1993, and recently started over-flowing into neighboring Stump Lake. It may eventually spill into a nearby river, something that hasn't happened since Christ was born.
Devils Lake ND May Exceed 2,000 Year Levels

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Playing God with the Weather Will Outdo
Mother Nature’s Worst Nightmares
By Dr. Tim Ball 
13 Apr 09 - Consider the dangerous and baseless proposal to offset
global warming by adding particulates to the atmosphere. If done it will
trigger severe cooling, including global harvest failures and much more
severe weather. It is a much greater threat than warming.
See Playing God with the Weather
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Harvard astrophysicist:
Sunspot activity correlates to global climate change
10 Apr 09 - Dr. Willie Soon tells us that Earth is now at the lowest
level of sunspot activity in almost a century. He says when sunspots
are present, the temperature goes up, when they are not present the
temperature goes down. He also says that beginning in 1645 and
continuing through 1715, there were no observed sunspots. This is
the period known as the Little Ice Age.
Harvard astrophysicist: Sunspot activity correlates to global climate change
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Cascade snowpack well above normal
13 Apr 09 - All but two of the Cascade measuring sites show well above
normal snowpack for this time of year, with White Pass approaching
200% of normal.
See Cascade snowpack well above normal
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Astrophysicist forecasts massive, disruptive, extreme storms for
South Central Canada and North Central USA for April 11-15
12 Apr 09 – The above forecast was made by astrophysicist Piers Corbyn
back on 27 Mar 09. Corbyn expects "massive disruptive snow deluges and
 major storms of extreme wind snow and rain/sleet/hail." The event “is likely
to be very serious,” Corbyn said.
See Astrophysicist forecasts massive, disruptive, extreme storms
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Galapagos volcano erupts -
lava flowing into the ocean 

12 Apr 09 - Again, we have 2,150-degree lava pouring into the ocean – ten times the boiling point - and we keep blaming humans for heating the
seas.
Galapagos volcano erupts, lava
flowing into the ocean e
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  La Cumbre volcano erupts on Fernandina Island
Photo credit: Galapagos National Park

 

Antarctic sea ice up 4.7% since 1980 - where is the media?
5 Apr 09 – Yes, you read that right. The amount of sea ice around Antarctic has increased  4.7% since 1980. Yet all we hear about are the comparatively tiny areas where the ice is melting. Where is the media? See
Antarctic sea ice up 4.7% since 1980

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3 to 4 feet of snowfall possible in Wyoming!

13 Apr 09 - "A potential for copious amounts of snow along the east slope
of the Wind River Mountains as well as on Casper Mountain this week," says
the National Weather Service.
See 3 to 4 feet of snowfall possible in Wyoming
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Extreme April cold!!
12 Apr 09 - See NOAA weather map
See Extreme April cold

“No actual evidence at all that mankind has any influence
over the global climate nor climate change”
10 Apr 09 - Letter to New York Times from Analytical Chemist
“As you may be aware, there is absolutely no actual evidence at all
that mankind has any influence over the global climate nor climate
change. It is all based on computer simulations."
See No Actual Evidence
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Antarctic sea ice up 4.7% since 1980 - where is the media?
5 Apr 09 – Yes, you read that right. The amount of sea ice around Antarctic has increased  4.7% since 1980. Yet all we hear about are the comparatively tiny areas where the ice is melting. Where is the media? See
Antarctic sea ice up 4.7% since 1980


Catlin Arctic Team in Peril?
By Harold Ambler
9 Apr 09 - The three-person team of British explorers on the
Arctic ice cap may or may not be in danger, depending upon
which of the team’s representatives back at headquarters in
London is doing the talking.
See Catlin Arctic Team in Peril?
 

Thousands Attend
Global Warming Protest
See larger photo
Thousands Attend
Global Warming Protest


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Stop the Insanity! Obama looks at climate engineering
8 Apr 09 – "Stop the insanity!" says reader Jim Stoffaire. What is there
about record cold and record snow that our leader’s don’t understand?

See Stop the Insanity!
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A New Ice Age?
by Alan Caruba
Scientists and laymen who follow the Ice Age cycles have been warning that,
if not a full-fledged Ice Age, at the very least a Little Ice Age comparable to
one that lasted from 1300 to around 1850 is on its way.
See A New Ice Age?
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Arctic Sea-Ice Extent:
Updated Daily

7 Apr 09 – Here’s a website
that shows the daily extent of
Arctic Sea Ice from 2002
until the present.
See
Arctic Sea-Ice Extent:
Updated Daily

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Peach Crop Destroyed by Late Freeze – possible damage to wheat crops

7 Apr 09 - HARRAH, Oklahoma – "At 7 a.m. this morning we were down to
23 degrees and that equates to a total crop failure," said peach farmer Gary Dye.
See Peach Crop Destroyed by Late Freeze
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US Navy Physicist warns of possibly 'several decades of
crushing cold temperatures and global famine'

2 Apr 09 –  “The sun has gone very quiet as it transitions to Solar Cycle 24."
“We are now at a crossroad. Two paths lie before us. Both are marked with
a signpost that reads “Danger”! Down one path lies monstrous solar storms.
Down the other path lies several decades of crushing cold temperatures and
global famine.”
See US Navy Physicist warns of crushing temperatures and global famine
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Chemical engineer faxes Obama
3 Apr 09 - Carbon tax scam will make a few people very wealthy at
the expense of the many.
See Chemical engineer faxes Obama .

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Harsh winter forces massive school cancellations
3 Apr 09 - “I don’t think I have ever closed school quite this many times,”
Lake Superior Superintendent Phil Minkkinen said. “This is definitely not
the norm.”
See Harsh winter forces massive school cancellations
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North America Warming cannot be Blamed on Humans Alone, says NOAA
2 Apr 09 – “According to NOAA, natural shifts in ocean currents have caused much
of the warming in recent decades, and almost all of the droughts."
See North America Warming cannot be Blamed on Humans Alone
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Harsh winter leads to fish kills in Minneapolis

3 Apr 09 –The Minneapolis parks department warned today of fish kills
on several lakes due to the harsh winter..
http://www.kxmb.com/News/354906.asp
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Record snowfall in Calgary leads to dome collapse
23 Mar 09 - A spring storm that swept through Calgary dumped up to
25 cm of snow on some neighborhoods and led to the collapse of a dome
over an indoor driving range.
See Record snowfall in Calgary leads to dome collapse
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More than 100 scientists rebuke Obama as 'simply incorrect'
on global warming

30 Mar 09 - "Few challenges facing America and the world are
more urgent than combating climate change. The science is beyond
dispute and the facts are clear."
  
                                   - President-elect Barack Obama, 19 Nov 08
"With all due respect Mr. President, that is not true."
See More than 100 scientists rebuke Obama
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The CO2 Hoax – U.N. Power Grab Unmasked
By Philip Brennan
31 Mar 09 - The con game is about over. The attempt to portray a life-
giving natural gas as a dire threat to this planet is rapidly failing, as well it
should. It is becoming more and more obvious to the American people
that Carbon Dioxide, the very substance that gives life to the world's
plant life, is not a pollutant, as the global warming hoaxers would have
us believe, but a vital element that keeps the earth green and healthy.
See The CO2 Hoax – U.N. Power Grab Unmasked
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Telling CO2 Lies to Destroy America
By Alan Caruba
30 Mar 09 - CO2 is not a “pollutant.” It is a trace gas necessary for
all life of Earth because it is essential to the growth of all vegetation.
Without CO2 all vegetation—grasses, forests, jungles, crops such as
wheat, corn and rice—dies. Then herbivores die. Then you die. If
you had a choice, would you prefer a warmer or colder Earth?
See Telling CO2 Lies to Destroy America
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Here's what Stevens Pass, Washington looks like right now!
2 Apr 07 - Real-time view of the pass.
http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Traffic/Passes/stevens/.
Thanks to Brendan McMahan for this link
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Global Cooling Under-Reported, Says SPPI
23 Jan 09 - The Earth has shown an under-reported cooling trend
for eight straight years, raising serious questions about the accuracy
of the UN’s climateprojections, says new review paper.
See Global Cooling Under-Reported
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Snowiest winter ever in Spokane
30 Mar 09 – The record could go higher if another half inch of snow falls
tonight as forecast.
See Snowiest winter - ever - in Spokane
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Fargo saved by global cooling!
30 Mar 09 - Email from a reader.
The expected crest did not occur due to unseasonably cold temperatures, 15 degrees F below normal, which slowed down the melting of snow into
the river drainage basin. 
See Fargo saved by global cooling

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Human Achievement Hour
By Robert W. Felix
28 Mar 09 – New York City's Empire State Building is scheduled to go
dark for one hour tonight, as are many other symbols of human achievement.
I think this is a slap in the face to all of those who have made this world
a better place to live. Instead of being ashamed of human accomplishment,
we should be celebrating it.
See Human Achievement Hour
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Short video on Human Achievement Hour
http://blip.tv/play/AfXybYrPcw
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Earth Hour or Blackout Night?
By Viv Forbes
28 Mar 09 - “Instead of sneering at human achievements they should
salute the people who keep the lights on for the other 364 days of the
year." "During the Ceaucescu regime in Romania, each house was
limited to ONE 25 watt bulb for all of their light.
See Earth Hour or Blackout Night?
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Red River floods, global warming or cooling?
The Word according to Obama

By Corky Boyd - 26 Mar 09 - "I wish the alarmists would tell us
in advance whether global warming causes droughts or floods,
whether it will cause Great Lakes levels to go up or down. Every
trend away from the norm seems to be caused by global warming.
Ask them what global cooling would do and you get a very blank look."
See Red River floods, global warming or cooling?
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Twelfth Mount Redoubt Eruption Spews Ash on Anchorage
29 Mar 09 - After the first eruption, the Alaska Volcano Observatory
detected strong seismic activity lasting 20 minutes or more followed by
an hours-long low-level tremor.
See Twelfth Mount Redoubt Eruption Spews Ash on Anchorage
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Red River tops 116-year-old record – residents flee
27 Mar 09 - President Obama declared the floods “a wake up call to
take global warming seriously.”
See Red River tops 116-year-old record
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"Unprecedented" snowfall expected in Oklahoma
26 Mar 09 - "Near blizzard conditions" - "Possibly crippling"
See Unprecedented snowfall expected in Oklahoma
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Space storm alert: 90 seconds from Catastrophe
23 Mar 09 – Midnight, 22 Sep 2012, and the skies above Manhattan are filled with a flickering curtain of colorful light. Few New Yorkers have seen the aurora this far south. Within seconds, electric bulbs dim and flicker, then become unusually bright. Then the lights go out. Within 90 seconds, the entire eastern half of the US is without power.
See Space storm alert: 90 seconds from Catastrophe


Report Predicts "New Global Ice Age"
23 Mar 09 - "There are forces at work, already affecting the weather for the
past two years, that will make the next twelve years significantly cooler than
anything we have seen in past decades. This report explores these forces and
provides a roadmap of what to expect as the new ice age unfolds."
See Report Predicts New Global Ice Age
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Catastrophic Avalanche Danger
in Switzerland

27 Mar 09 - “This map is from the weekly avalanche danger report of the Swiss National Research Centre in Davos,” says reader Rhys Jaggar.
See Catastrophic Avalanche Danger
in Switzerland


Could A New 'Ice Age' Be Just Around the Climatological Corner?

By climatologist Cliff Harris
"Recently, John Coleman, the founder of the Weather Channel, stated
that," manmade global warming is the GREATEST SCAM IN HISTORY!"
He went on to add, "I am amazed, appalled and highly offended by this
theory of global warming based on fraudulent science." "I certainly agree
with Dr. Coleman."
See Could A New 'Ice Age' Be Just Around the Climatological Corner?
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Earth Undergoing Natural Climate Shift, Scientists Claim
15 Mar 09 - "A lot of changes in the past century from warmer to cooler and
then back to warmer were all natural,"  says new study by the University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee. "The current trend of steady or even cooling earth temps
may last a couple of decades or until the next climate shift occurs."
See Earth Undergoing Natural Climate Shift, Scientists Claim
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Great video of Tongatapu volcano erupting
19 Mar 09 - http://www.comcast.net/data/fan/html/popup.html?v=
1065681169&pl=1065714291.xml&plc =1065714291&launchpoint=
Cover&cid=fancover&attr=default_headline&config=/c onfig/common/fan/default.xml

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Undersea volcanic eruption in Tonga heating the water?
19 Mar 09 - Sea Surface Temperature (SST) maps show a warm anomaly in the Tonga that extends off to the east. Is that a result of the underwater volcano, or just a coincidence?
See Undersea volcanic eruption in Tonga heating the water?


NOAA scientists starting to question global warming theory
3 Mar 09 – “Earth’s climate continues to confound scientists. Following a
30-year trend of warming, global temperatures have flatlined since 2001
despite rising greenhouse gas concentrations, and a heat surplus that
should have cranked up the planetary thermostat."
See NOAA scientists starting to question global warming theory
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Underwater volcano erupts off Tonga
19 Mar 09 – Spectacular columns of steam and smoke spewed
out of the seaabout 6 miles (10 km) from the main island of Tongatapu
- an area where up to36 undersea volcanoes are clustered. Large
amounts of pumice from the volcanowill likely clog beaches on the
southern coast of nearby Fiji islands shortly.
See Underwater volcano erupts off Tonga
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American Meteorological Society Insults Members
19 Mar 09 - Professor emeritus William Gray is appalled at the AMS's
decision to honor James Hansen with its highest award. "I am appalled at this
decision," says Gray,
because of Hansen’s "long record of faulty global climate
predictions" and "irresponsible alarmist rhetoric."
See American Meteorological Society Insults Members
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Outpouring of Skeptical Scientists Continues 
16 Mar 09 - Washington DC: The over 700 dissenting scientists - hailing
from around the world - are now more than 13 times the number of UN
scientists (52) who authored the media-hyped IPCC 2007 Summary for
Policymakers.
See Outpouring of Skeptical Scientists Continues 
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Sea-level rise will be less than 3 inches (7 cm), not 7 meters
By Lord Christopher Monckton
12 May 07 – “The shore-dwellers of Bali need not fear for their homes. The
IPCC now says the combined contribution of the two great ice-sheets to sea-
level rise will be less than seven centimeters (less than three inches) after 100
years, not seven meters imminently.
See Sea-level rise will be less than 3 inches (7 cm), not 7 meters
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Alaska's Mount Redoubt rumbles once again
16 Mar 09 - Alert raised to orange, the stage just before eruption
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/29719558/
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No Joke! ‘The cold is relentless!’
18 Mar 09 - The stranded researchers (see below) were holding out hope
Wednesday as a fourth plane set off in an attempt deliver supplies.

17 Mar 09 - With only one day's food left, three British explorers trying to ski
to the North Pole face frostbite and ‘brutal sub-zero weather conditions.’ Bad
weather is hampering supply flights. The expedition was undertaken because
the explorers believe global warming will melt away the North Pole.
See No Joke! ‘The cold is relentless!’

 
The Debate Goes On
By Marc Morano
15 Mar 08 - (Excerpts) "Climate conference for global warming
skeptics challenges claims of consensus. Alleges suppression of
findings skeptical of alarmist predictions.
See The Debate Goes On
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Poll: Many Believe Global Warming Overhyped

12 Mar 09 – According to a new Gallup poll, skepticism about
global warming among the American public is growing.
See Poll-Many Believe Global Warming Overhyped
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The Enemy within: Controlling Carbon a Bureaucrat’s Dream
By Dr. Tim Ball  
9 Mar 09 – Most of the 2500 members of the IPCC are bureaucrats
appointed by their governments to push a political agenda. Now some are
facing the reality of misleading the public as weather continues to confound
the computer predictions and the people increasingly ridicule ridiculously
wrong forecasts.
See Controlling Carbon a Bureaucrat’s Dream
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Where's global warming?
By Jeff Jacoby
8 Mar 09 – “When Al Gore insisted yet again at a conference last Thursday
that there can be no debate about global warming, he was speaking not with
the authority of a man of science, but with the closed-minded dogmatism of a
religious zealot."
See Where's Global Warming?
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Global Cooling Continues
1 Mar 09 - Continuing a decade-long
trend of declining global temperatures,
the year 2008 was significantly colder
than 2007, and global temperatures for
the year were below the average over
the past 30 years.
See Global Cooling Continues

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Ice smashes into beachfront homes along Saginaw Bay

9 Mar 09 - About 36 homes were evacuated near the shore of Saginaw Bay
on Sunday night as mountains of wind-driven ice floes – moving about 40 feet
per hour - crushed into houses. (See video.)
See Ice smashes into beachfront homes along Saginaw Bay
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Get ready for more winter !!
7 Mar 09 – The potential exists for a large winter storm from the West
Coast into the Deep South and even the Mid-Atlantic region
See Get ready for more winter !!
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Saving the Earth?
By Alan Caruba
8 Mar 09 - “If you’re Al Gore, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Oscar winner,
Grammy winner, winner of the Nashville Bingo Night Jamboree, you are
going to score millions by telling people that the Earth is coming to an end
any day now and, to prevent this, you need to buy the lighter-than-air
 “carbon credits” he’s selling.” (Caruba's article also that mentions the
link between magnetic reversals and extinctions, which I find quite
interesting.)

See Saving the Earth
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Poll: Only 11% believe global warming hype

9 Mar 09 - Vaclav Klaus, President of both the Czech Republic and the
European Union, who gave the first Plenary address at the International
Conference on Climate Chang, was greeted, both before and after, with
standing ovations.
See Poll: Only 11% believe global warming hype

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                                Snow Day in Afghanistan

De-icing at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan on Feb. 14. The base received
six inches of snowfall in less than 24 hours - a record for daily snowfall in
February since coalition forces arrived there in 2001.
See Snow Day in Afghanistan

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It’s the Sun, stupid!
By Willie Soon, solar and climate scientist
5 Mar 09 – Chinese imperial astronomers noticed that more sunspots meant
warmer weather. In 1801, the celebrated astronomer William Herschel noticed
that when there were few spots, the price of wheat soared.
       As I've been saying all along, I fear that we'll be fighting in the
       streets for food long before we're covered by ice.

See It's the Sun, stupid!
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Warming during past century overestimated by 30-50%
5 Mar 09 - Meteorologist Joseph D’Aleo shows that warming during the past
century may have been overestimated by 30-50%. Short term fluctuations are
driven by factors such as ENSO and volcanic eruptions, while longer term
cycles are mainly driven by cycles in the sun and oceans. We might anticipate
temperatures to accelerate downwards shortly.

See Warming during past century overestimated by 30-50%
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Alaskan weather "very, very unusual"
3 Mar 09 - National Weather Service - Stormy weather over the Bering Sea.
Significant snowfall possible over the interior Friday.  "Such a prolonged series
of outbreaks of storm weather in the Bering Sea is very, very unusual”
See Alaskan weather "very, very unusual"
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Three Great Lakes Freeze Over
4 Mar 09 - "Coinciding with the effort of the new administration’s efforts to fight global warming, we find three of the five Great Lakes are almost totally frozen over. Lake Erie is totally frozen, Superior about 98% and Huron about 85%. This is an extreme rarity."
See Three Great Lakes Freeze Over

  Satellite image of Lake Superior

Polar bears drifting from Greenland to Iceland on ice floes
6 Feb 07 - “The return of pack ice to Iceland goes against all the forecasts
of doom of global warming, although some forecasters think it may just be
a climatic aberration.” (I published this on 6 Feb 09 without noticing that
the original article was dated 6 Feb 07. My apologies.)

See Polar bears drifting from Greenland to Iceland on ice floes
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Drivers stranded by blizzards - thousands of commuters
delayed by frozen railways

5 Mar 09 - Motorists were stranded and commuters faced rail
disruption this morning after unexpected overnight storms dumped
several inches of snow onto parts of England.
See Drivers stranded by blizzards
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Propaganda, not science
2 Mar 09 – A new study warns that "global warming could go into hiding for
decades." It’s “a mystery” as to what’s causing the cooling," the scientists say.
And yet they have the nerve to tell us that at the end of 30 years, by some
unknown process that they don’t understand, “the climate will suddenly kick
back out of this state and we’ll have explosive warming.”
See Propaganda, not science
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Slap-in-the-face-winter isn’t over yet
1 Mar 09 - This winter was "almost like a slap in the face," says
Environment
Canada’s senior climatologist David Phillips.
See Slap-in-the-face-winter isn’t over yet
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Climate change double-think
Great article by Lorne Gunter, National Post
2 Mar 09 – Since last fall, Arctic ice has been expanding faster than at any
time since satellite records became available in 1979. This has set off another
we-never-claimed-it-was-an-emergency moment among greenies.
See Climate change double-think
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Japanese Refute IPCC: Theory Like 'Ancient Astrology'
25 Feb 09 – Japanese scientists have made a dramatic break with
the United Nations’ view on man-made global warming with a report
asserting that “this hypothesis has been substituted for truth."
Hooray for the Japanese!
See Japanese Refute IPCC: Theory Like 'Ancient Astrology'
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Global Warming Rally – During Largest Snowfall of the Season
2 Mar 09 - Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi had to cancel her appearance
at the rally - her flight was delayed because of the snowstorm.
See Global Warming Rally – During Largest Snowfall of the Season
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Scientist forces Al Gore to back down
26 Feb 09 – Gore is pulling a dramatic slide from his ever-evolving global
warming presentation after having been called on his assertions that there is
a link between manmade activity and natural disasters.
See Scientist forces Al Gore to back down
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Congress told that Increase in CO2 will be Good for Mankind
27 Feb 09 - Princeton University physicist Dr. William Happer told a
congressional committee hearing on Wednesday that global warming
fears are "mistaken" and that the the increase of CO2 is "not a cause
for alarm and will be good for mankind."
See Congress told that Increase in CO2 will be Good for Mankind
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Green "Civil Disobedience" in D.C.
1 Mar 09 - While the nation’s economy continues to crater, the
environmentalists are busy trying to divert everyone’s attention by
raising their cries about global warming. You can be sure this will
be big news so far as the mainstream media is concerned. It will
get wide coverage.

Meanwhile, the second annual International Conference on Climate
Change to be held in New York next week - a gathering of more
than 500 of the world’s leading climatologists and meteorologists,
the president of the Czech Republic, a former U.S. astronaut, and
others who will offer scientific papers and presentations that
demonstrate that global warming is a hoax - is not likely to get
media attention.
See Green "Civil Disobedience" in D.C.
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Propaganda, not journalism
24 Feb 09 – “Jagged mountains the size of the Alps have been found
entombed in Antarctica's ice, giving new clues about the vast ice sheet
that will raise worldsea levels if even a fraction of it melts,” said this article
published by Reuters. Please note that big word "if." As far as I’m
concerned, this article is misleading. The writer includes some factual
information while sneaking in agenda-driven comments.
It's propaganda, not journalism.
See Propaganda, not journalism
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Snowiest Winter Ever Recorded in North Dakota
26 Feb 09 – Snow, wind, and cold have assaulted North Dakota yet
again in the past 24 hours, adding to the record-breaking totals. As of
the end of January, many counties already had more than 400 percent
of normal snow totals on the ground. 
See Snowiest Winter Ever Recorded in North Dakota

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Record low temperatures in Switzerland ... but it’s still global warming?
24 Feb 09 – Record cold and twice the normal amount of snow - and this
guy says it’s caused by humans.
See Record low temperatures in Switzerland ... but it’s still global warming?
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Comments re "Is Robert on the take?"
"Personally, I applaud Robert and his site. I, for one, am willing to send
a check ($25.00) to support this site. Hopefully, there will be others."
           (In response to many requests, I've installed
            a PayPal "donate" button to the left.
)
See Comments re "Is Robert on the take?"
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'Snow bomb' dumps record snowfall across New Brunswick
24 Feb 09 -  McNamee saw more than 65 cm of snowfall during
Monday’s blizzard, while Kouchibouguac received 60 cm of snow.
See 'Snow bomb' dumps record snowfall across New Brunswick


Ice Age in Oslo? Or global warming?
24 Feb 09 – “There is so much snow in Oslo, where I live,” says this
writer, “that the city authorities are resorting to dumping truckloads of
it in the sea because the usual storage sites on land are full."
And it's caused by global warming!?
See Ice Age in Oslo? Or global warming?
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Chaiten Volcano Erupts in Chile

20 Feb 09 – Chile’s Chaiten volcano roared back to life yesterday, spewing
ash high into the air, sending volcanic material down the mountain's slope, and
threatening to block a river and trigger flooding. A day earlier, it
spewed a vast
cloud of ash as well as gas and molten rock in a partial collapse of its cone,
prompting a fresh evacuation.
See Chaiten volcano erupts in Chile
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Two feet of snow in New England  
24 Feb 09 - A winter storm dumped 2 feet of snow in parts of northern
 New England on Monday, leaving tens of thousands of homes and
businesses without power.
See Record Low Temperatures across the US.
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Heavy snowfalls in Pyrenees bury ski lift
19 Feb 09 – A ski area in the French Pyrenees received more than five
feet (160cm) of snow between 11th and 12th February and a further
280cm over the following 7 days! 
See Heavy snowfalls in Pyrenees bury ski lift
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10,000 people cut off from outside world
19 Feb 09 - In Serbia, more than 30 villages are blocked. In Albania, where
three meters (10 feet) of snow fell in one night, at least five municipalities and
some 10,000 people are blocked.
See 10,000 people cut off from outside world
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Stop the CO2 Madness!
22 Feb 09 - Carbon dioxide is not a “pollutant” as the Supreme Court has
ruled. The notion that the EPA would regulate it is preposterous. It is absurd.
It is criminal. It is immoral. It has no basis whatever in the actual science of
the world’s climate. It is based on a massive, global hoax carried out by
charlatans such as Al Gore and NASA’s James Hansen.
See Stop the CO2 Madness!
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Snow in Montenegro
19 Feb 09- "Roads Impassable."
"It seldom snows like this around
the Budva area and even on the
road to Podgorica it does not
usually snow this heavily, not even
in the deepest part of winter."

See Snow in Montenegro


Snowstorms wreak havoc in Europe
20 Feb 09 – Heavy snowfall has blocked a key trans-European highway
in Serbia, leaving hundreds of motorists trapped. Hundreds of towns in
Bulgaria are without electricity. Snow has been falling non-stop for more
than 48 hours in some parts of  Serbia's southeast.
See Snowstorms wreak havoc in Europe
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Oops. We overlooked 193,000 square miles
of ice

19 Feb 09 – Today, the National Snow and Ice
Data Center (NSIDC) admitted that they’ve underreported Arctic ice extent by 193,000
square miles (500,000 sq km). That's the size
 of 10 states!
See We overlooked 193,000 square miles of ice

 

Climate change is a scam, says Weather Channel founder
16 Feb 09 – “Have temperatures gone up? No. Is global warming
sweeping the planet? No. Is the ice melting at the poles? No. Is there
any proof that it’s creating significant impact? No. Can you produce
a computer model that predicts that it will? Oh yeah, anyone can
manipulate a computer model, and they have.”
See Climate change is a scam, says Weather Channel founder
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Is Robert on the take?
14 Feb 09 - Email from an angry reader:
"Listen, I love you web site and books – but I am beginning to wonder
if you are on the take. Can you please run a balanced web site."
See Is Robert on the take?

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Another record freeze for Florida on Friday night -
Could cause “serious damage” to orange groves

19 Feb 09 – Email from a reader in Florida - "If we break the record -
which they are predicting we will! - it will do serious damage to the
already damaged Orange Groves. The record is 29 and was set in 1900.
See Another record freeze for Florida
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Greenland Ice Sheet Growing Thicker
4 Nov 05 - After gathering data for more than ten years, a team of
Norwegian-led scientists has found that the Greenland Ice Sheet is
actually growing thicker at its interior.
See Greenland Ice Sheet Growing Thicker
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Former astronaut speaks out on global warming
15 Feb 09 - Former astronaut Harrison Schmitt, who walked on
the moon, doesn’t believe that humans are causing global warming.
See Former astronaut speaks out on global warming
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CNN Segment Warns of Coming Ice Age
14 Jan 09 – A broadcast of CNN's "Lou Dobbs Tonight" explored the
possibility that earth isn't warming, but is, in fact, cooling
See CNN Segment Warns of Coming Ice Age
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'Earth is set to enter a 20-year cooling period' says astrophysicist
10 Feb 09 - "During a lecture at the University of Aberdeen, Dr. Jim
Buckee, PhD Astrophysics, will argue that, far from warming, the Earth
is set to enter a 20-year cooling period.
See Earth set to enter 20-year cooling period

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Prepare for Major Spring
Flooding on Red River

5 Feb 09 - With snow levels 200% to
300% above normal, NOAA is alerting
residents in the Red River Valley, which
separates North Dakota and Minnesota,
to prepare for major spring flooding.
See Prepare for major spring flooding


The Barbarian may indeed be at the gate,
but he is coming with ice, not fire

By Joe Bastardi, Senior Meteorologist at accuweather.com
10 Feb 09 – Excerpts: “The length of the solar cycle continues to
grow. Within 20 years, the climate of Scotland can be into London
and Scotland more like Scandinavia.
See The Barbarian is coming with ice, not fire
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Record snowfall blankets parts of North Dakota
10 Feb 09 - A no-travel advisory was issued by the North Dakota
Dept. of Transportation for all of western and central North Dakota.
See Record snowfall blankets parts of North Dakota
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President of European Union attacks Gore's climate campaign
31 Jan 09 - "Environmentalism and the global warming alarmism is
challenging our freedom, said Czech President Vaclav Klaus. “Al
Gore is an important person in this movement."
See President of European Union attacks Gore's climate campaign

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Global Cooling Leaves UN with Snow on its Face
27 Jan 09 - Does the growing body evidence that the Earth is actually
cooling deter the UN from proclaiming man-made global warming an
incontrovertible fact? Of course not; because the global warming
campaign isn't really about the climate.
See Global Cooling Leaves UN with Snow on its Face
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In rural Alaska villages, families struggle to survive
9 Feb 09 - Thousands of villagers are struggling to survive after
"a brutal early winter brought the longest cold snap in five years."
See In rural Alaska villages, families struggle to survive
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Another Dalton (sunspot) Minimum predicted!
7 Feb 09 – New research paper forecasts another
Dalton (sunspot) Minimum.
See Another Dalton Minimum predicted!
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UK environment czar wants to limit holiday trips to save CO2
10 Feb 09 - "One always suspects with these half-baked proposals that
the people who put them forward really intend them to apply to ordinary
people ... rather than to themselves," said the group Flying Matters.
See UK environment czar wants to limit holiday trips
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World media pokes fun at how the British handled snowfall

4 Feb 09 - Article hides the words “record snowfall” deep in the text.
Barely mentions that Europe “has experienced some of its
heaviest winter snowfalls in years.”
See World media pokes fun at how the British handled snowfall
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National teach-in on global warming – at minus 6 degrees
5 Feb 09 – Buffalo State College hosts the national teach-in on
Global Warming Situations — as the local temperature drops to
minus 6 degrees.
See National teach-in on global warming – at minus 6 degrees
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Killer Snow in Morocco
5 Feb 09 - Fourteen people killed
when their houses collapsed following
heavy snowfalls in Morocco.
See Killer Snow in Morocco
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Vail sets record for January snow
6 Feb 09 - Vail Mountain had record snow in
January and more is coming this weekend.
See Vail sets record for January snow
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Fixing Non-existent Problems
6 Feb 09 - By the time they wake up to the fact that it's anything but
either brief or an aberration, it will likely be too late to do anything....
See Fixing Non-existent problems
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The UK’s Big Freeze: Part II … and more to come
Motorists hit for the second time this week –
Roads called ‘death traps’

5 Feb 09 - Thousands of schools closed, drivers battled blizzards, airports
closed their runways, and trains and bus services were once again disrupted
after up to eight inches of snow fell overnight in places.
See The UK’s Big Freeze: Part II
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Refrigerators an unacceptable drain on energy?
5 Feb 09 - As drastic as the move might seem, a small segment of the
green movement has come to regard the refrigerator as an unacceptable
drain on energy, and is choosing to live without it.
See Refrigerators an unacceptable drain on energy?
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We're on a Slippery Slope: Ice Age Cometh in 5 Years
Great commentary by Philip Brennan
4 Feb 09 - "If this interglacial age lasts no longer than a dozen earlier ones
in the past million years, we may reasonably suppose the world is about due
to slide into the next ice age." (Brennan also mentions “Magnetic Reversals
and Evolutionary Leaps.” :-)
See We're on a Slippery Slope: Ice Age Cometh in 5 Years
 

Alaska volcano sends Air Force
planes south
- 2 Feb 09 - Air Force
aircraft and crews moving to McChord Air Force Base because of increased activity of Mount Redoubt volcano. 
See Alaska volcano sends Air Force planes south

No snowploughs in London?
3 Feb 09 – Email from a reader in Scotland: "Honestly, the guy
(London's Mayor) is as much use as an ashtray on a motorbike."
See No snowploughs in London?
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Europe blanketed in heavy snowfalls
Snow reaches northern Morocco

3 Feb 09 - A blanket of snow covered large parts of western Europe
on Monday after some of the heaviest falls in two decades.
See Europe blanketed in heavy snowfalls

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Ohio - Cold and Snowy January 2009
3 Feb 09 - The month ended up 5.5 to 7.5 degrees below
normal, and Mansfield broke a snowfall record.
See Ohio cold and Snowy January 2009
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Severe Winter Storm Targets Eastern US Early Next Week
– 1 to 2 feet of snow possible
31 Jan 09 - AccuWeather.com Expert Meteorologist expects several
major snowstorms in the East over the next four to six weeks.
See Severe Winter Storm Targets Eastern US Early Next Week
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It's going to last all week! ... and more is on the way
3 Feb 09 - Snowfall halts London's buses for the first time in living
memory - they even continued to run during the Blitz - and the rail
network ground to a halt.
See It's going to last all week!
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Heavy Snow Hits Much of Britain  - Worst in over two decades
2 Feb 09 - Some parts of London could see a foot (30cm) of snow, while
northern England and the Pennines could see as much as 20 inches (50cm).
See
Heavy Snow Hits Much of Britain  - Worst in over two decades
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Great photos of the storm on the US East Coast
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28257154/
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link
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The Amazing Story Behind the Global Warming Scam
By John Coleman, founder of the Weather Channel
31 Jan 09 - “Global Warming. It is the hoax. It is bad science. It is a
highjacking of public policy. It is no joke. It is the greatest scam in history."
See Amazing Story Behind the Global Warming Scam
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World is getting colder
By David J. Bellamy and Mark Duchamp
30 Jan 09 – "Entering a new ice age would be a disaster for humanity:
billions of people could die from lack of food, from the cold, and from
the collapse of the world economy, social strife, war, etc."
See World is getting colder
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Fighting in the streets for food
31 Jan 09 – I think we’ll be fighting in the streets for food long
before we’re covered by ice.  But how will you survive those fights
without a gun? You'll want to watch this video.
See Fighting in the streets for food
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Could the Sun's unusual behavior herald a new ice age?
27 Jan 09 – “For about 50 years from roughly 1650 to 1700, the Sun
took a break from its typical sunspot activity. That phase of solar rest
coincided with what we now refer to as "The Little Ice Age."
"Could it happen again? And are we headed there now?”
See Could the Sun's unusual behavior herald a new ice age?
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Nearly a million without power 5 days after ice storm
cripples parts of several states

31 Jan 09 - Authorities warn it could take up to six weeks before
power is restored to the most remote spots.
See Nearly a million without power 5 days after ice storm
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The Workings of an Ancient Nuclear Reactor
26 Jan 09 - Two billion years ago parts of an African uranium deposit
spontaneously underwent nuclear fission. I discuss this discovery in
both “Not by Fire but by Ice” and in "Magnetic Reversals and
Evolutionary Leaps,"  and use it as evidence that natural nuclear
reactions can - and do - occur on our planet.
See Workings of an Ancient Nuclear Reactor
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Wow! Another great book! - 29 Jan 09
"Mr. Felix, just finished MR&EL and my heart is still beating fast. Loved
Not by Fire.. and same with the new book. Thanks, Larry Kays"
"

Hansen's Former NASA Supervisor Declares Himself a Skeptic
- Says Climate Fears "Embarrassed NASA"
 
28 Jan 09 - NASA warming scientist James Hansen, one of former Vice
President Al Gore’s closest allies in the promotion of man-made global
warming fears, is being publicly rebuked by his former supervisor at NASA.
See Hansen's Former NASA Supervisor Declares Himself a Skeptic
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Ice storm cuts electricity to more than 1 million
- 28 Jan 09
     And scientists are trying to tell us that global warming is killing the trees.
      I wonder how many trees will die as a result of this bout of "global warming."

See Record Low Temperatures across the US
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Cruise ship trapped in St. Lawrence ice
Icebreaker also trapped

27 Jan 09 -Also see Video of ships trapped in ice
Photo of trapped cruise ship,
and finally,
Ice-enclosed ship in Canada freed

See Cruise ship trapped in St. Lawrence ice
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Video: Ice storm devastation

28 Jan 09 - Live in Paducah, KY, where heavy snow is falling on top of ice.
Thousands of trees have already come down due to ice.
http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid823425597/bclid877032950/bctid8548943001
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link
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Icy Reception for Al Gore
27 Jan 09 - Al Gore is scheduled to testify before
the Senate Foreign Relations Committee tomorrow
morning about the 'urgent need' to combat global
warming. But the nation’s capitol is under a a
winter storm watch.
See Icy Reception for Gore

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Global warming supposedly killing trees
22 Jan 09 – But catch all of the qualifying words:
         - rising temperatures almost certainly to blame
         - may soak up less carbon dioxide
         - may be encouraging pine beetles
         - new regulations may be needed
         - may only be talking about . . .
See
Global warming supposedly killing trees
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Snow covers United Arab Emirates mountain, first time in history
25 Jan 09 - So rare was the event that one lifelong resident said the local dialect had no word for it.
See Snow covers UAE mountain, first time in history

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Eliminating a third of the world’s population not enough

25 Jan 09 - Gary Sides recently told a cattleman’s convention that he
believes that groups pushing to return parts of America to wilderness
don't realize the consequences of their actions. Unfortunately, I fear that
they do.  
See Eliminating a third of the world’s population not enough
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Workshop speaker:
Sunspots, not fossil fuels, agents of climate change
A third of the world could face starvation

21 Jan 09 – “Groups pushing to end the use of fossil fuels and to return
parts of America to wilderness don't realize that without modern tractors
and other farm machinery, fertilizers, pesticides and medicines, crop and
livestock production would plunge so far that a third of the world's
population could face starvation.”
See A third of the world could face starvation
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The Sun is blank today - No Sunspots
23 Jan 09 - http://www.spaceweather.com/
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I should be swimming, not typing
24 Jan 09 - Email from a reader - All I can tell you is that I have
lived on Hillsborough Bay for about forty years, and the water level
has not changed AT ALL over that period.  If Al Gore is correct,
I should be swimming, not typing, at the moment.
See I should be swimming, not typing
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Did you know a solar flare can
make your toilet stop working?

21 Jan 09 – A NASA-funded study  details what might happen to our modern, high-tech society in the event of a "super solar flare" followed by an extreme geomagnetic storm. Almost nothing is immune from space weather —not even the water in your bathroom.
See Solar flare can make your toilet stop working

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Low solar output – "We're in deep ice water"

22 Jan 09 – "No matter what the sunspot count was during the Maunder
Minimum it is highly unlikely the solar flux was lower than what we've
experienced at the start of cycle 24 so far. If the solar flux stays about
where it is and if there is causation of solar output to cooling, we're in
deep ice water so to speak."
See Low Solar Output
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Bullying the world into silence
A fantastic article by Dr. Tim Ball  
19 Jan 09 – "Cold weather is doing more to raise questions about the scam
of global warming than all the appeals to scientific reason. Even people who
don’t understand the science recognize the illogic of arguing that colder
temperatures are due to warming."
See Bullying the world into silence
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Climate alarmism in South Africa demonstrably false
22 Jan 09  - Letter from Dr. Will Alexander of South Africa concerning
the Midrand Summit. Here are a few of the items covered: "No debate
allowed." "Environmental extremists." "False science." "Serious believability
problems." "Fraudulent claims." "Unscientific opportunism." "Pure alarmist
nonsense."
See Climate alarmism in South Africa demonstrably false
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Sunspot count as low as the Maunder Minimum?
21 Jan 09 – A reader says: "I've tried to find out when sunspots started
being counted using filtered light, rather than full-spectrum visible light. It
seems to me that during the Maunder Minimum, when no sunspots were
observed, some sunspots would have been observed using the current
technology.
See Sunspot count as low as the Maunder Minimum?
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It's time to pray for global warming, says columnist
19 Jan 09 –“If you're wondering why North America is
starting to resemble nuclear winter, then you missed the news. At
December's U.N. Global Warming conference, 650 of the world's
top climatologists stood up and said man-made global warming is
a media generated myth without basis.
See It's time to pray for global warming, says columnist
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Vancouver 1 cm short of all-time December snow record
18 Jan 09 – Email from reader in Vancouver, B.C.
See Vancouver 1 cm short of all-time December snow record
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Are We Entering Era of Global Cooling Alarmism?
A Mafia Chief’s Dream

By P.J. Gladnick
19 Jan 09 – "Pity the poor global warming alarmists such as Al Gore,
 James Hansen of NASA, and the Weather Channel's Heidi Cullen. They
went way out on the limb in promoting the absolute certainty of global
warming and now Mother Nature is sawing it off behind them with the
coldest weather in decades.
See Mafia Chief's Dream
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No sunspots today
- 17 Jan 09
http://www.solen.info/solar/
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Laughingstock Al Gore dumbfounded
as he tries to explain record-breaking cold

15 Jan 09 – Michigan, Florida, South Dakota,
Alabama, Missouri, Indiana, Iowa, New
Hampshire, Wisconsin.
See Laughingstock Al Gore

Obama warns of 'a planet that is warming'  - as the US freezes
17 Jan 09 - Obama implores Americans to commit to a new declaration
of independence  to meet the challenges of "A planet that is warming
from our unsustainable dependence on oil."
See Obama warns of 'a planet that is warming'  - as the US freezes
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Deep freeze sweeps Canada and USA
16 Jan 09 - Sub-zero temperatures have swept across Canada
and are now spilling down into northern and northeastern parts
of the United States.
See Deep freeze sweeps Canada and USA
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Dutch skate on canals once more
16 Jan 09 - Niewerkerk Aan Den Ijssel, Netherlands: For the first
time in 12 years, canals in the Netherlands froze this month.
See Dutch skate on canals once more
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Record snow from Washington to Illinois
16 Jan 09 - Bismarck, Chicago, Dickinson, Oshkosh, Rockford, Seattle,
Spokane, Portland, Wasau, Chilliwack, Coeur d'Alene.
See Record Snow from Washington to Illinois
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Bone-chilling cold blankets US
15 Jan 09 - The bitter cold stretched from Montana to Maine
and as far south as Kentucky and Georgia.
See Bone-chilling cold blankets US
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Global Cooling Headed Our Way - The cat is out of the bag
Great commentary by Philip Brennan
13 Jan 09 – Obama's choice for global warming czar, Carol Browner,
"was listed as one of 14 leaders of a socialist group's Commission for a
Sustainable World Society, which calls for "global governance."  

"A global warming militant a socialist? How can that be? . . . because the
whole purpose of the AGW scam is nothing less than a covert movement
to create a world socialist order.
See Global Cooling Headed Our Way
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Live in Chicago: Coldest in years
14 Jan 09 - Video: The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore reports from
Chicago, where it’s snowing, and temperatures will remain below zero
for the next couple of days.
http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid823425597/bclid877032950/bctid5289530001
Thanks to Stephanie Relfe for this link
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Another prominent scientist ridicules global warming theory
12 Jan 09 - "What used to be science has turned into a cult,” says
Princeton University physics professor William Happer, director of
the Office of Energy Research in the U.S. Department of Energy
under President George H.W. Bush.
See Another prominent scientist ridicules global warming theory
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Grand Forks drops to a record 37 below

13 Jan 09 – Temperatures plummeted to Arctic levels across
the upper Midwest on the heels of yet another snowstorm, with
thermometers dropping to single digits as far south as Kansas
and Missouri.
See Record Low Temperatures across the United States.
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Pravda: Earth on the Brink of an Ice Age
11 Jan 08 - "While concern over the dubious threat of Anthropogenic
Global Warming continues to distract the attention of people throughout
the world, the very real threat of the approaching and inevitable Ice Age,
which will render large parts of the Northern Hemisphere uninhabitable,
is being foolishly ignored.
See Pravda: Earth on the Brink of an Ice Age
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Chaitén Volcano a Tambora-sized event?
11 Jan 09 – “The the immense pile enlarges visibly from week to
week," says Alan Sullivan. "The mass of dome material must now
amount to many cubic kilometers, and who knows how much more
might emerge in a caldera-forming blowout. We could be talking of
a Tambora sized event — or worse.
See Chaitén a Tambora-sized event?
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Obama climate czar has socialist ties
Group sees 'global governance' as solution

12 Jan 09 – Until last week, Obama's pick as global warming czar,
Carol Browner, was listed as one of 14 leaders of a socialist group's
Commission for a Sustainable World Society, which calls for "global
governance."
See Obama climate czar has socialist ties
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Record snow in Oshkosh steals spotlight from frigid temperatures
10 Jan 09 - "Let’s push aside the 39 inches of the white stuff from last month
and talk about the cold weather. The average temperature in December was
15.8 degrees, the 10th coldest December since the 1880s.
See Record snow in Oshkosh steals spotlight from frigid temperatures
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Record cold in Britain triggers government payouts
for heating subsidies

6 Jan 09 - Forecasters warned that tonight will be even colder.
The icy conditions also stranded thousands of motorists.
See Record cold in Britain triggers government payouts
for heating subsidies

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We do have sunspots today. Yay!
10 Jan 08 - See http://www.solen.info/solar/
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Madrid airport closed as Europe freezes - 9 Jan 09
 
        Check out the spin at the end of the article.
- Nearly 400 km (250 miles) of traffic jams in and around Spanish capital
- Several rivers in Germany frozen
- Much of Europe enduring Siberian conditions
- Days of heavy snow in France's southern Marseille region
- Germany experiencing one of its coldest winters in 100 years
- Several German rivers frozen over, blocking ship traffic
- Drift ice covers 80 to 90 percent of the surface of the river Elbe
   from Doemnitz to Germany's main port of Hamburg.
See Madrid airport closed as Europe freezes


Brazil summer temps coldest in 99 years
9 Jan 09 – "Its really strange; when it should be cold, its hot enough to
fry an egg. And vice versa. Theres no explaining it."
See Brazil summer temps coldest in 99 years
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Ice troubling ships in Rotterdam Harbour for first time since 1997
6 Jan 09 - E-mail from a reader in the Netherlands
See Ice troubling ships in Rotterdam Harbour for first time since 1997
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New Dalton minimum on the way?
If you think solar activity controls the climate (as I do), then you must
see this graph indicating that a new Dalton minimum is on the way.

When you get to this link, click on the graph again to see it more clearly:
http://www.vukcevic.co.uk/GrandMinima.gif

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Super Solar Flare “Possibly Catastrophic”

6 Jan 09 - Such a storm in 1859 electrified telegraph lines, shocking
technicians and setting telegraph papers on fire. Northern Lights lit up
the skies as far south as Cuba.
See Super Solar Flare “Possibly Catastrophic”
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EPA 'Cow Tax' Could Charge $175 per
Dairy Cow to Curb Greenhouse Gases 

5 Jan 09 -  “Any operation with more than 25 dairy cows, 50 beef
cattle or 200 hogs would have to obtain permits.”
See Cow Tax
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More than 20 roofs collapse as Spokane and
Northern Idaho digs out from record snow

3 Jan 09 - Snow-related roof collapses were  spreading
across Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho on Friday.
See More than 20 roofs collapse
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Minnesota sled dog race canceled because of too much snow
6 Jan 09 - This winter has been "a season of prodigious snows." "The
drifting aspect is just unbelievable,” said race organizer Eddy Streeper.
“I’ve never seen anything like it.”
See Minnesota sled dog race canceled because of too much snow
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Plunging temperatures across Europe
7 Jan 09 - Plunging temperatures have sent shivers across Europe,
leading to the deaths of several people and a record number of calls
to power companies in Britain because of heating problems.
See Plunging temperatures across Europe
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Sea Ice Ends Year at Same Level as 1979 -
Fastest rate of change on record
1 Jan 09 – Thanks to a rapid rebound in recent months, global sea ice levels 
now equal those seen 29 years ago. The rate of increase from September
onward is the fastest rate of change on record.
See Sea Ice Ends Year at Same Level as 1979
 

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Wednesday on the Web
6 Jan 09 - Here's a special Global Warming issue by Phil Brennan
that you’ll want to see.
See http://www.pvbr.com/
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The sun is blank today. No sunspots
6 Jan 08 - http://www.spaceweather.com/.
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All’s quiet on the solar front
– too quiet

3 Jan 09 - Sunspots are still not
following the predictive curves, and it
appears that the solar dynamo
continues to slumber, perhaps even
winding down further.
See All’s quiet on the solar front – too quiet


Huffington Post demands Gore apology for promoting
'the biggest whopper ever sold to the public'

3 Jan 09 – Mr. Gore has stated, regarding climate change,that "the
science is in." Well, he is absolutely right about that, except for one
tiny thing. It is the biggest whopper ever sold to the public in the
history of humankind.
See Huffington Post demands Gore apology
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Arctic conditions in southern Britain
but “it makes little difference to the overall trend”

5 Jan 09 - The big freeze will envelop the South tonight as Arctic
weather conditions send temperatures plunging as low as minus 10C (14F).
See Arctic conditions in southern Britain
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Email from Park Ranger in Northern Idaho
5 Jan 09 - I just ordered Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps.
I hope it is as good as Not by Fire but by Ice. I am a Park Ranger in
Northern Idaho where we have shoveled a lot of snow so far this year
and it keeps accumulating. Can't stop dwelling on the message in your
first book as I shovel and plow every day!
See entire e-mail

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Yellowstone earthquake swarm continues
3 Jan 08 – Over 500 earthquakes, as large as magnitude 3.9, have
been recorded since the inception of this unusual earthquake sequence
that began Dec. 27, 2008.
See Yellowstone earthquake swarm continues
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Sunspots: Second least active year
since 1900 – Portends Cooling

31 Dec 08 – (Excerpts) “2008 Ends Spotless
and with 266 Spotless Days, the #2 Least Active
Year Since 1900, Portends Cooling, says
meteorologist Joseph D’Aleo
See Sunspots: Second least active year since 1900

Sunspots: Least active year since 1913
30 Dec 08 – “The first seven months averaged a sunspot count of only
three and in August there were no sunspots at all — zero — something
that has not occurred since 1913.
See Sunspots: Least active year since 1913
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The Bear Truth About Arctic Warming
30 Dec 08 -  There is good evidence that there are now twice as many
polar bears as there were 20 years ago. 
See Bear Truth About Arctic Warming
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Spokane roofs collapsing under snow
30 Dec 08 - Roof collapses at a church, a grocery store and a building
supply company were among 19 collapses attributed to the wet, heavy
snow, officials said.
See Spokane roofs collapsing under snow
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250 temblors rattle Yellowstone – may be precursor
30 Dec 08 - "This is an active volcanic and tectonic area and these are
the kinds of things we have to pay attention to," says geophysicist. "We
might be seeing something precursory.”
See 250 temblors rattle Yellowstone
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Snow causing roofs to collapse
26 Dec 08 - OLYMPIA, Wash. - Piles of snow are causing roof
damage throughout the region, creating dangerous situations.
See Snow causing roofs to collapse
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Warming, or Hot Air? 
“As regards global warming, my view is essentially the same as yours:
Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) is a scam, with no basis in science."
Frank Tipler, the distinguished mathematical physicist at Tulane University.
See Warming, or Hot Air?
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Don’t let your roof collapse on your head!
E-mail from reader: A normal roof load is 40 lbs/sq. ft.
One inch of snow is 1 lb/sq. ft. That means that any roof
can collapse after just 40 " of snow!
A different reader has vehemently protested this posting.
Please see it for yourself.
See Don’t let your roof collapse on your head!
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Record snowfall in Madison, WI
Triple the normal amount

27 Dec 08 – E-email from a reader in Madison
See Record snowfall in Madison

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Earthquake Swarm in Yellowstone
29 Dec 08 - 30 earthquakes in the past two days.
See Earthquake Swarm in Yellowstone
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Blizzard traps thousands in India
27 Dec 08 – A trip to the snow-laden Changu Lake turned into a
nightmare for more than 3, 500 tourists on Friday.
See Blizzard traps thousands in India
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World Crops Threatened by Strengthening La Nina
26 Dec. 08 - La Nina conditions have developed rapidly across the
equatorial Pacific Ocean during the past few weeks. That may indicate
more dry weather in parts of South America in the next three months
and a wet, cold start to the U.S. planting season in March.
See World Crops Threatened by Strengthening La Nina
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Where did all the sunspots go - an ice age cometh?
Great article by Lawrence Solomon
31 May 08 - "It is time to put aside the global warming dogma, at least
to begin contingency planning about what to do if we are moving into
another little ice age." Geophysicist Philip Chapman, former NASA
astronaut-scientist and former president of the National Space Society.
See Where did all the sunspots go - an ice age cometh?
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Record snowfall in Kalamazoo
Record snowfall in Oshkosh
Record snowfall in Portland
Record snowfall in Washington State
Record snowfall in Bismarck
Record snowfall in the Upper Midwest
Fear of roof collapses mounts with snow
Snowiest December ever at Beaver Creek
Statewide emergency declared in Washington State

See Record Snowfall from Spokane to Kalamazoo 
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“I'm getting tired of shoveling snow 3 or 4 times a day over the last 5 days,"
says reader Mark C. Edwards. “Perhaps I can get Al Gore to shovel some
of the global warming residue off my driveway :-)”
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New Storm Blankets Rockies, Plains With Snow
26 Dec 08 - Winter storm warnings were in effect Friday for parts of
Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and the
western Dakotas.
See
New Storm Blankets Rockies, Plains With Snow
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This solar minimum much lower than 12 years ago
21 Dec 08 – How can anyone look at these low sunspot numbers
and still pretend that activities on the sun don’t control our weather?
See Solar minimum much lower than 12 years ago
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Snowiest December on record at Beaver Creek, Colorado
26 Dec 08 - Since the ski season began, Beaver Creek has
received over 8ft of snow, making it the snowiest December
on record.
See Snowiest December on record at Beaver Creek
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Statewide emergency declared in Washington State
as snowfall reaches record levels

25 Dec 08 - On Christmas Eve, Gov. Christine Gregoire proclaimed
a state of emergency in Washington State, saying that snowfall has
reached record or near-record levels in 30 of Washington's 39
counties. Governor has egg on her face.
See Statewide emergency declared in Washington State
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The Frigid Future is Upon Us
By Philip Brennan
24 Dec 08 - "What we're experiencing now is going to prove mild in
comparison to what is waiting in the wings. Before this winter ends -
and that won't be until late May or early June, most of the world will
be in the deep freezer and under the incredible amounts of snow that
record breaking blizzards will continue to bring us.
See The Frigid Future is Upon Us
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Spokane headed for snowiest December on Record
23 Dec 08 - It's already the 5th snowiest December on
record in Spokane, and there's lots more coming.
See Spokane Headed for Snowiest December on Record
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Severe cold wave to hit UK - 23 Dec 08 – “The most impressive
two- to four-week cold period of any recent winter for the continent
on the whole is on the way,” says Joe Bastardi of Accuweather.com.
See What's Happening in Other Parts of the World..
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Severe Cold Wave to Hit Europe
By Joe Bastardi, Senior Meterologist at accuweather.com
19 Dec 08 – “If an enemy is vanquished, it should not be able to launch
attacks of this magnitude.”
See Severe Cold Wave to Hit Europe
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Nearly 1500 cold temp records
& 770 snow records set in U.S.
in past week!
- 20 Dec 08
See Record Low Temperatures
across the United States
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2nd CNN meteorologist challenges global warming hype
18 Dec 08 - 2nd CNN meteorologist to question the notion
that man can alter climate.
See 2nd CNN meteorologist challenges global warming hype

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Parade of winter storms to continue into Hanukkah and Christmas

18 Dec 08 - Three more storms will travel from the West Coast to the
Midwest to the Northeast in the days leading up to the holiday
See Parade of winter storms to continue into Hanukkah and Christmas
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Record snowstorm shuts down Spokane
The most snow - ever! – in a 24-hour period

18 Dec 08 - The winter storm that has paralyzed Spokane set a record
for the amount of snow dumped in a 24-hour period, the National Weather
Service said Thursday.
See Record snowstorm shuts down Spokane
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TV Meteorologist Balks at Global Warming Scare
"Here's my stand on the issue since I was skewered for my
anti-AGW stance last week!
Love your site!"  
Mark Johnson, Chief Meteorologist
WEWS TV-5 ABC, Cleveland, Ohio
See TV Meteorologist Balks at Global Warming Scare
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Las Vegas Snowed In
17 Dec 08 - A record-breaking snowstorm blanketed Las Vegas on
Wednesday. "No planes are departing for Las Vegas from anywhere in
the U.S. right now," said FAA spokesman Ian Gregor.
See Las Vegas Snowed In
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Snow in Malibu
Frigid Storm Closes California Freeways

18 Dec 08 - Snow snarled traffic on major mountain highways and even
dusted Malibu on Wednesday as a cold storm hit parts of California.
See Snow in Malibu
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Up to a foot of snow expected in Chicago
18 Dec 08 – "Tomorrow is going to be dangerous," said Illinois
Department of Transportation spokeswoman Marisa Kollias.
See Up to a foot of snow expected in Chicago
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Danish Arctic research dates Ice Age
"it is as if a button was pressed"

11 Dec 08 - A Danish ice drilling project has conclusively shown
that the last ice age ended "precisely 11,711 years ago." It was "not
the indeterminate figure of ‘some’ 11,000 years ago – that the ice
withdrew, allowing humans and animals free reign."
See Danish Arctic research dates Ice Age

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Global Warming’s Last Gasp
17 Dec 08 - “Anybody who proclaims that 'Global warming is accelerating'
is a liar, a fool, or both."  “A collaborative effort between the world’s
incompetent scientists and the world’s scientifically illiterate journalists." 
Another great commentary by Philip Brennan
See Global Warming's Last Gasp
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Top Scientists say global warming is a lie
10 Dec 08 – More than 650 international scientists, including many
current and former UN IPCC scientists, have issued a report that
debunks global warming. They say that it's all political hype, and
point out that the earth may actually be cooling.
See Top Scientists say global warming is a lie.
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OOPS, We Forgot Siberia
Weather Stations in Coldest parts of the World No Longer Reporting
See OOPS, We Forgot Siberia
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We’ll all end up freezing in the dark
Great commentary by Alan Caruba
13 Dec 08 - If Americans do not PROTEST the Obama administration
efforts to limit the ability of energy industries to acquire coal, natural gas,
and nuclear power, we will all end up FREEZING IN THE DARK.
See We will all end up freezing in the dark
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Lienz/Osttirol
'Once-in-100-year-snowfall' in Southern Austria
14 Dec 08 - I fear that snowfalls such as these will
become almost commonplace.
See more photos Southern Austria Snowfall Photos

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Britain shivers through coldest start to winter for 30 years -
2008 the coldest year globally this decade

12 Dec 08 – Bookies are receiving bets that the Thames will freeze
over, while ministers meet in Brussels to set new global warming targets
and the UN conducts a major “climate-change” conference in Poland.
See 2008 the coldest year globally this decade

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Blizzard Warning for Montana
12 Dec 08 - "Traveling across northeast Montana is strongly
discouraged and could be putting your life at risk."
See Blizzard Warning in Montana


Earliest snow ever recorded in New Orleans
11 Dec 08 - Since 1850, snow has fallen in "measurable amounts" in the
city just 17 times. Of the 17, today's snowfall was the earliest ever recorded.
See Earliest snow ever recorded in New Orleans
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Photos of snow in Louisiana and Mississippi
See Earliest snow ever recorded in New Orleans
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Record Snowfall in Texas and Louisiana
11 Dec 08 - All time record snowfall for the month of December
set in Beaumont, Port Arthur and Lake Charles
See Record Snowfall in Texas and Louisiana
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4-5 feet of snow predicted in Italian, French and Swiss Ski resorts
11 Dec 08 - December snow depths across the Western Alps could reach
the deepest on record. Some resorts are already reporting almost 3 metres
at the top, almost unheard of in early to mid December.
See 4-5 feet of snow predicted in Italian, French and Swiss Ski resorts
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Rare 50 year Arctic Blast Sets Sights On Southern California
8 Dec 08 - "Temperatures in Siberia, Russia will be -81 degrees this week."
"With those type of temperatures the arctic air mass has to spill somewhere…
All residents in the mountain communities should prepare this week for very
cold, winter weather, with snow."
See Near Historic Arctic Blast Sets Sights On Southern California
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Spotless Sun for 20 days
7 Dec 08 - The sun's current spotless
streak now stands at 20 days. How
many more spotless days will there be?
The solar minimum continues to have
a strong grip.
See Spotless Sun for 20 days

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John Stossel vs Robert Kennedy on global warming
Kennedy calls Stossel a liar. “The science of global
warming is settled,” says Kennedy. “On every mountain
range on earth, the glaciers are shrinking.” 
Oh really. What about the fact that ...?
See John Stossel vs Robert Kennedy on global warming
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Global warming may be caused by underwater volcanoes
(Which I've been saying for years)

8 Dec 08 – A new study shows that the rise in land temperatures can
be tied directly to increased heat and humidity coming from warmer
oceans, which in turn may be caused solely by natural forces, including
underwater volcanoes.
See Global warming may be caused by underwater volcanoes
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Thousands stranded as Siberian front sweeps China

4 Dec 08 – “A Siberian cold front swept China on Thursday, with
temperatures in the capital plunging below freezing and thousands
stranded on snowbound expressways in the remote far northwest.
See Thousands stranded as Siberian front sweeps China
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Record cold - More on the way
19 Nov 08 – Lows early this morning plummeted into the 20s across much
of the eastern United States, with more on the way. Expect the next wave of
arctic air to move across the Midwest and into the East by this weekend,
sparking the next round of lake-effect snow.
See Record cold - More on the way
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South Carolina Police: Record low temperatures practically froze
criminal activity overnight
- 19 Nov 08 – Near zero temperatures
Tuesday night caused the number of 911 emergency calls to slow to just
a trickle for Greenville County sheriff’s deputies, a spokesman said.
See Record low temps froze criminal activity
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Fun Video: All Things Caused by Global Warming?
17 Nov 08 - Warning, it is funny and painfully accurate
See Fun video - Global Warming: A Comedy
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New Study Finds Greenland Ice Melt 'not changing' or 'dropping'
3 Jul 08 - A new Dutch study of 17 years of satellite measurements of ice
movement in western Greenland concludes that the speedup of the ice is a
transient summertime phenomenon.
See New Study Finds Greenland Ice Melt 'not changing' or 'dropping
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'Snow-vember' sees ski resorts open early around the world
17 Nov 08 - Skiinfo.com is reporting bumper pre-season snow across
the northern hemisphere with the Alps, Pyrenees, Scandinavia and the
Rockies all receiving huge early snow falls.
See 'Snow-vember’ Sees Ski Resorts Open Early Around The World
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Second major European winter storm predicted
17 Nov 08 - The present low temperatures across Europe should continue
until the end of the week, when heavy snow and even lower temperatures
are forecast. This bodes very well for early ski resort openings.
See Second major European winter storm predicted
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Award-Winning NASA Astronaut says global warming
scare a political tool
- 17 Nov 08 - Award-Winning NASA
Astronaut, Moonwalker and Geologist Dr. Jack Schmitt: You
know as well as I, the "global warming scare" is being used as
a political tool to increase government control over American
lives, incomes and decision making."
See Award-Winning NASA Astronaut says global warming scare a political tool
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NASA Wrongly (Deliberately?) Reported Hottest October
16 Nov 08 – On Monday, NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies,
which is run by Al Gore's chief scientific ally, Dr James Hansen, and is one
of four bodies responsible for monitoring global temperatures, wrongly
announced that last month was the hottest October on record.
See NASA Wrongly (Deliberately?) Reported Hottest October
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Evidence of sunspot involvement in climate change compelling
31 Oct 08 – Engineering News - “Over the last century, the temperature
changes in our planet’s atmosphere, let alone ground and sea, just do not
match the atmospheric CO2 concentration at all. This is cause for warning
bells that, perhaps, this whole CO2 argument is not correct.
See Evidence of sunspot involvement in climate change compelling
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Carbon dioxide not a pollutant - Letter from retired chemist to EPA
15 Nov 08 - "To classify carbon dioxide as a pollutant is nothing short
of scientific chicanery ... based purely on the pseudo-science so eagerly
practised by academia across the world in order to keep their funding
sources open to the governmental decrees."
See Carbon dioxide is not a pollutant
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Author to be interviewed in Toronto tonight, Nov 17
by radio host Richard Syrett on NewsTalk 1010 CFRB
Visit http://www.richardsyrett.com
Please join us at 10:00 p.m. EST
Hear live at http://www.cfrb.com/
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What does the sunspot number mean?
15 Nov 08 -  The number right now is 11. But what does that mean?
See What does the sunspot number mean?
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British newspaper publishes prediction of coming ice age
13 Nov 08 – “Scientists now say global warming is not the problem. 
We are actually heading for the next Ice Age, they claim. British and
Canadian experts warned the big freeze could bury the east of
Britain in 6,000ft of ice."
See British newspaper publishes prediction of coming ice age
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Record snowfall in Europe and North America
- ski resorts open early

11 Nov 08 - A series of snowstorms since early November
in North America and late October in Europe has enabled
several ski resorts to open ahead of schedule.
See Record snowfall in Europe and North America
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Virginia: Shortest, mildest summer this century
15 Nov 08 - Here’s an email from a reader in Virginia
See Virginia: Shortest, mildest summer this century
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Renowned Norwegian Solar Scientist warns of COOLING  
Temps may 'actually fall in the course of a 50-year period'

26 Aug 08 - "We could be in for a surprise," says solar physicist
Dr. Pal Brekke. "There is much evidence that the sun's high-activity
cycle is levelling off or abating. ... we could find the temperature
levelling off or actually falling in the course of a 50-year period."
- an assertion that provokes many climate researchers.
See Renowned Norwegian Solar Scientist warns of COOLING
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Russia’s ‘Hot October’ actually September numbers
10 Nov 08 - There was a recent kerfuffle over the hottest October ever
recorded in Russia, according to NASA.  With all the money flowing to
scientists on this 'most important issue of our time', it took a volunteer
science 'blogger to publicize the fact that all NASA did was re-enter the
September temperatures.  Oops.
See Russia’s ‘Hot October’ actually September numbers
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Not Enough CO2 in Fossil Fuels to Make Oceans Acidic
24 Oct 08 – What’s the likelihood of our oceans becoming
acidic from global warming? When we run out of rocks, then we
will have acid oceans, says prize-winning geologist Ian Plimer.
See Not Enough CO2 in Fossil Fuels to Make Oceans Acidic
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Rain, snow halts North Dakota row crop harvest  
10 Nov 08 - Fargo, ND - The Agriculture Department says that
some farmers don't expect to get back into the field until next spring
because of heavy snow and rain last week. 
See Rain, snow halts North Dakota row crop harvest
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More prominent scientists speaking out almost daily
24 Oct 08 - Climate fear promotes are “woefully misinformed, over impressed
with themselves or less than honest.” “The most Antarctic sea ice on record was
 recorded in 2007. “Did you see that reported in the news?” 
See More prominent scientists speaking out almost daily
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Potentially major winter storms for the Alps before end of October
25 Oct 08 –  BBC forecasts into next week are predicting almost 'perfect
storm'  conditions for cold snow into the European Alps.
See Potentially major winter storms for the Alps before the end of October
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Record low temperatures in ten states!
- 23 Oct 08
Sarah Palin is the only major candidate who has the common sense
to understand that climate change is caused by natural forces.
  
See Record Low Temperatures across the United States. 
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Forcing the poorest of the poor to live on mud pies
18 Oct 08 -An open letter from Lord Monckton to John McCain:
     - Shutting down three-fifths of the US economy
     - Incalculable poverty and misery
     - Infecting the minds of children with baseless propaganda
     - Slaughtering the innocents
     - Tens of millions dying for want of light and heat and power and food
     - Murderous foolishness of the climate alarmists
See Forcing the poorest of the poor to live on mud pies
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Sun's protective 'bubble' is shrinking

19 Oct 08 - The protective shield of energy that surrounds our solar system
and helps shield the Earth from harmful interstellar radiation, has weakened
by 25 per cent over the past decade. (This could lead to evolutionary leaps.)
See Sun's protective 'bubble' is shrinking
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Arctic Ocean may have been ice free 6000 Years Ago

20 Oct 08 — Recent mapping of a number of raised beach ridges on the
north coast of Greenland suggests that the ice cover in the Arctic Ocean
was greatly reduced some 6000-7000 years ago. The Arctic Ocean may
have been periodically ice free.
See Arctic Ocean may have been ice free 6000 Years Ago
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Wild boars contradict theory of global warming
20 Oct 08 - A Tunisian newspaper wrote about “The invasion of
wild boars”."It’s amazing to see that wild boars move to the south
where there is oasis and desert. [...] Specialists in climatology should
examine the causes of this strange migration southward which
contradicts the theory of global warming !!!!!
See Wild boars contradict theory of global warming
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Number of climate change skeptics growing rapidly
'Thirty years of warmer temperatures go poof'

20 Oct 08 - The number of climate change skeptics is growing rapidly.
Because a funny thing is happening to global temperatures -- they're
going down, not up.
See Number of climate change skeptics growing rapidly
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Obama to Declare Carbon Dioxide Dangerous Pollutant
16 Oct 08 – The American economy is on its knees. Is this really a wise
time to strangle it with even more government regulation and higher
energy costs?
See Obama to Declare Carbon Dioxide Dangerous Pollutant
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Oregon sets multiple record  lows
Pendleton breaks 118-year-old record
13 Oct 08 -  Meacham, Heppner, Long Creek, John Day, Mitchell and
Hermiston all endured record lows. Pendleton broke a 118 year-old record.
See Oregon sets multiple record lows
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"Biggest scam since the church sold indulgences"
17 Oct 08 – "Global warming is the biggest scam since the church sold
indulgences back in the Middle Ages," says environmental campaigner David
Bellamy. Bellamy was senior lecturer in Botany at Durham University until
1982, where he is now an honorary professor.
See Biggest scam since the church sold indulgences

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Glaciers growing on Glacier Peak, WA
16 Oct 08 – Email from reader
Before I moved to CO in 2005 it was obvious that the glaciers and snow 
had receded and rock was visible in areas all the way to the peak. The glaciers
and snow are back now ... completely covered in white from top to bottom,
and this is after the "warm" summer months here in the PNW.
See Glaciers growing on Glacier Peak, WA
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Growing Alaskan glaciers the start of a new Little Ice Age?
14 Oct 08 – “Never before in the history of a research project dating back
to 1946 had the Juneau Icefield witnessed the kind of snow buildup that
came this year. It was similar on a lot of other glaciers too.
See Growing Alaskan glaciers the start of a new Little Ice Age?
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Chemist declares himself a ‘skeptic’
Jun 08 - Chemist Dr. Kenneth Rundt, a bio-molecule researcher
and formerly a research assistant and teacher at Abo Akademi
University in Finland, declares his global warming.
See Chemist declares himself ‘skeptic’
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McCain says he'll use hatchet to cut government spending
Fantastic! The best words that I've heard in this campaign.
How about an axe? Or a chainsaw!
Now if only both candidates could understand that the sun
drives our climate, not humans.
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Parts of California see coldest temps since 1893

14 Oct 08 – “Temperatures dropped to 31 degrees in the Ukiah
Valley on Saturday night and early Sunday morning, the coldest
Oct. 12 morning since record keeping began in Ukiah in 1893.
The previous record was 34 degrees in 1916.
See Parts of California see coldest temps since 1893
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The unbelievers

14 Oct 08 – “Global warming is happening and we're to blame, right? A
die-hard band of naysayers continues to rail against the consensus. Are
they completely mad? Judge for yourself.
See The unbelievers
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Birds migrating that aren’t supposed to be migrating
14 Oct 08 - Email from reader - I live in Phoenix Arizona and study our
bird populations in the area.  The area I live in is a bird sanctuary.  Thousands
of birds have arrived that are not supposed to be here (ever). These species
live in the northern plains and high elevations of the southwest.  They are not
part of the NORMAL migrations we see here.
See Birds migrating that aren’t supposed to be migrating
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Climate and the Spotless Sun
By Andrew C. Revkin
3 Oct 08 - The sun has been strangely unblemished this year. On more than
200 days so far this year, no sunspots were spotted. That makes the sun
blanker this year than in any year since 1954, when it was spotless for 241days.
See Climate and the Spotless Sun
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It is a blatant lie by media that all scientists agree 
3 Oct 08 - “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,”
says blunt Spoken NOAA Atmospheric
See Blatant lie by media that all scientists agree
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Boise gets earliest snow on record
11 Oct 08 – The earliest measurable snowfall in Boise since
recordkeeping began in 1898.
See Boise gets earliest snow on record
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Heavy snow slams US Northwest
11 Oct 08 - The National Weather Service has issued winter
storm watches for many parts of the Rockies, including Montana,
Idaho, Wyoming and Utah. Up to 51cm (20 inches) of snow is
forecast by Sunday night.
See Heavy snow slams US Northwest
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Just the beginning of a very long period of cold
9 Oct 08 - Joe Bastardi, the Chief Long-Range Forecaster at
AccuWeather, forecasts one of the coldest winters in several
years across much of the Eastern United States, and a lot more
snow than last year.
See Just the beginning of a very long period of cold
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Prominent geologist proclaims ‘Global
Warming is now over’ - ‘We have
entered into a new global cooling period’
7 Oct 08 – Dr. Don Easterbrook, Professor
of Geology at Western Washington University, presents data showing that the global warming cycle from 1977 to 1998 is now over.
See Prominent geologist proclaims ‘Global Warming ‘is now over’
 


Silly Gore links Iowa floods and tornadoes to climate change
6 Oct 08 - Excerpt: Gore attributed the historic floods that devastated
Iowa in June to man-made emissions causing more water to evaporate
from oceans, increasing average humidity worldwide. Gore has
absolutely no scientific backing for these claims.
See Silly Gore links Iowa floods and tornadoes to climate change
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Now-barren Sahara Desert once green and populated
15 Aug – While searching for the remains of dinosaurs in the African
country of Niger, Paul Sereno of the University of Chicago and colleagues
came across some 200 graves of humans, as well as remains of animals,
large fish and crocodiles.
See Now-barren Sahara Desert once green and populated
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Arctic ice INCREASES by nearly a half million square miles
over same time period in 2007

18 Jul 08 - Excerpt: the latest information on Arctic ice conditions is
just in from the National Snow and Ice Data Center.
See Arctic ice INCREASES by nearly a half million square miles
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'This is going to be catastrophic' -
Farmers' Almanac says cold winter ahead
20 Aug 08 - The almanac's 2009 edition says at least two-thirds of the
country can expect colder than average temperatures, with only the Far
West and Southeast in line for near-normal readings.
See Farmers' Almanac - Catastrophic winter ahead
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Mexican scientist warns Earth will enter
'Little Ice Age' for up to 80 Years
 
16 Aug 08 - An expert from the National Autonomous
University of Mexico predicted that in about ten years
 the Earth will enter a "little ice age" which will last from
60 to 80 years due to decrease in solar activity.
See Mexican scientist warns Earth will enter 'Little Ice Age'
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Glen Beck: Global Warming Greatest Scam in History
"Fake frenzy." "Hockey stick graph is bogus science."
"Numbers have been massaged." "A political agenda."
"Reacting to a myth."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ft8LfE7AI2w&NR=1
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Army rescues 70 stranded motorists
after blizzard blankets parts of UK

5 Dec 08 - After several 999 calls two 4x4
vehicles from the B Company 4th Battalion
were dispatched, along with police, to one
of east Lancashire's busiest roads.
See Army rescues 70 stranded motorists
after blizzard blankets parts of UK
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UK Chill: 'Suddenly we seem to be facing a Siberian freeze'

4 Dec 08 - Arctic winds, snow and frosts have come in such a blast
this winter that the bookmakers report record numbers of bets on a
white Christmas so early in December.
See Suddenly we seem to be facing a Siberian freeze
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Obama Believes Global Warming Fairy Tale
Another great commentary by Philip V. Brennan
Listen carefully and you might hear Teapot Barry singing that
old ditty "I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle,
here is my spout. When I get all steamed up, hear me shout . . .
" global warming is what it's all about.
See Obama Believes Global Warming Fairy Tale
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Chicago To Cut Back On Plowing Snow On Side Streets
2 Dec 08 - Mayor Richard M. Daley said that city crews will cut back
on plowing side streets this winter in an effort to save money. Snow on
Monday cost $490,000 to clear. And more snow is on the way.
See Chicago To Cut Back On Plowing Snow On Side Streets
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Never half a feather
2 Dec 08 - Wow!!!  My husband and I have read Not by fire,
but by Ice
twice, and given it to numerous people.  So we
couldn’t wait to read MagneticReversals and Evolutionary
Leaps.
It’s great! I was especially interested in it, because I
have a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Zoology,
from Sydney University, Australia.
See Never half a feather
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Earth’s Magnetic Field Expected to Flip Soon
26 Sep 08 - Two scientists think they have model that can predict magnetic
reversals. The magnetic field is rapidly decreasing, which, according to their
 model, means that the next reversal could occur in about 1500 years. They
don't think it will have a big impact on human kind. (I thoroughly disagree.)
See Earth’s Magnetic Field Expected to Flip Soon
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Over 200 inches of snow greets Alyeska skiers and riders

1 Dec 08 - Yes you read that right - over 200 inches  - 16.7 feet! -
of snow. And 117 inches of the total came in the last week.
See Over 200 inches of snow greets Alyeska skiers and riders
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Geothermal heat may be melting the Greenland glaciers

Nov 2007 – “Hansen's model is wrong! In reality, the Greenland and
Antarctic ice sheets occupy deep basins, and cannot slide down a plane.
Furthermore glacial flow depends on stress as well as temperature, and
much of the ice sheets are well below melting point.
See Geothermal heat may be melting Greenland glaciers
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Lawyers call for world court for the environment
01 Dec 2008 - A former chairman of the Bar Council is calling for
an international court for the environment to punish states that fail to
protect wildlife and prevent climate change.
See Lawyers call for world court for the environment
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What do they want to be satisfied?
Email from a snowed-in reader in Cheboygan, MI
See What do they want to be satisfied?
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The Great Global Warming Swindle
In case you haven’t already seen it, here’s a great video:
http://www.brightcove.tv/title.jsp?title=881376822&channel=301783405
Thanks to Gardy LaRouche for this link
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Which one day of the week?
29 Jan 08 - Al Gore makes it sound as if you’ll only need to
use a few of those curly cue light bulbs. But cutting your energy
use by 80 percent will require drastic lifestyle changes.
See Which one day of the week do you want to live?
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Cocking a snook* at the experts -
Snow in Switzerland 12 times deeper than average
29 Nov 08 - Ski resorts across Europe will open this weekend
ahead of schedule after the biggest November snowfalls for at
least a decade - in some places the biggest in more than 40 years.
See Cocking a snook at the experts
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Precipitous drop in temperature endangers sea turtles

27 Nov 08 - Recent cold weather caught sea turtles off-guard before
they could reach warmer Gulf Stream waters, which has led to many
rescues along the North Carolina coast in the past week
See Precipitous drop in temperature endangers sea turtles.
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Glaciers in western Himalayas thickening and expanding  
Arctic ice cover above it’s 30-year average
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
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Scientists urge caution on global warming
25 Nov 08 - Climate change skeptics on Capitol Hill are quietly watching
a growing accumulation of global cooling science and other findings that
could signal that the science behind global warming may still be too shaky
to warrant cap-and-trade legislation. 
See Scientists urge caution on global warming

Cooling Support for Emissions Trading Scheme
20 Nov 08 - The science behind the scare forecasts from IPCC
computer models has been shown to be deficient by a growing band o
f independent scientists.
See Cooling Support for Emissions Trading Scheme
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UK brought to standstill as five inches
of snow falls in an hour

24 Nov 08 - Severe weather warnings were
issued for much of the east and south east of England, the East Midlands and Yorkshire, with the freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall prompting fears of traffic chaos.
See UK brought to standstill as five inches
of snow falls in an hour


153 low temperature records set in the US during the past week
26 Nov 08 - When you look at the map (link below), let your cursor
hover over the purple dots to see both the previous and the new record
http://mapcenter.hamweather.com/records/7day/us.html?c=mintemp
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Snow depths in Switzerland up to five times normal
25 Nov 08 - E-mail from reader showing snow depths in Switzerland
ranging from 150% to 500% of normal.
See Snow depths in Switzerland up to five times normal

Cynical Ph.D.s forced to prostitute their research
8 Oct 08 – Email from a reader - To my relief they also admitted that
their department was full of Geologists so the debate on the issue was
hotly debated 24/7 !
See Cynical Ph.D.s forced to prostitute their research
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Rain affecting shrimp catch
7 Oct 08 - Fishing communities in the north-west of England blame
unusually heavy rainfall for their reduced shrimp catch.
See Rain affecting shrimp catch.
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Winter begins in earnest in UK
6 Oct 08 - Britain on flood alert as soggy summer quickly turns
to winter. The Environment Agency has issued flood warnings to
19 areas as winter began in earnest - with biting winds adding
to cooling temperatures.
See Winter begins in earnest in UK
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Spotless Sun: Blankest Year Since 1954 - and still counting
Sun also growing dimmer

30 Sep 08: As of Sept. 27, 2008, the sun had been blank (no visible sunspots)
on 200 days of the year. To find a year with more blank suns, you have to go
back to 1954, when the sun was blank 241 times.
See Spotless Sun: Blankest Year Since 1954 - and still counting
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“One of the most stupid comments I have ever heard”
Meteorologist slams Biden for claiming warming is man-made
4 Oct 09 - "As a meteorologist with 37 years of practical experience
and a master's degree in meteorology, I can tell you that is one of the
most stupid comments I have ever heard.
See One of the most stupid comments I have ever heard
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Meat must be rationed to four portions a week,
says report on climate change
30 Sep 08 – “People will have to be rationed to four modest portions of
meat and one litre of milk a week if the world is to avoid run-away climate
change, a major new report warns.
See Meat must be rationed to four portions a week
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Screwing the American Public - Destroying America's Small Businesses
Bailout bill includes Hidden Carbon Tax Provisions!

2 Oct 08 - “This appears to be an attempt by global warming fanatics to lay
the foundation for an economy-killing carbon tax just like the “cap-and-tax”
system that is now destroying European industry."
See Screwing the American Public - Destroying America's Small Businesses
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Queenstown snow dump comes as a surprise
27 Sep 08 - Unseasonably snowy weather has been causing chaos in the
deep south. High winds and a sudden snowstorm disrupted Queenstown,
New Zealand, Saturday, closing the Lindis Pass, the airport, the gondola
and even the skifields.
See Queenstown snow dump comes as a surprise
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Snow could bring down roofs
10 Oct 08 -  One to 3 feet of snow is expected in the mountains of
northwestern Wyoming. Away from the highest mountains, the heavy snow
"could prove to be too much for flat roofs across southeastern Montana,
northern Wyoming and the Black Hills of South Dakota.
See Snow could bring down roofs
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Historic Snowstorm Possible

9 Oct 08 – Urgent weather message. National Weather Service, Billings, MT.
"This is a potentially very dangerous storm that may produce historical snow
amounts across the area."
See Historic Snowstorm Possible
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"I wouldn’t really worry too much about her (Palin),"
says head of U.N. Climate Panel
 
7 Oct 08 – Rajendra Pachauri, head of the U.N. Climate Panel, played
down the role of Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, the
governor of Alaska who says natural shifts may explain climate change
alongside human influences.
See Don't worry about Sarah

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Global warming could stop NATURALLY for ten years
1 May 08 – A study by a scientist at the Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences
in Germany predicts the temperature of the North Atlantic around Europe and
North America may cool slightly.
See Global warming could stop NATURALLY for ten years
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Meteorologist rejects 'fear mongering clap-trap
about human-caused global warming'

24 Sep 08 Letter to USA Today, by Dr. Martin Hertzberg, a retired
Navy meteorologist with a PhD in physical chemistry. "As a scientist
and life-long liberal Democrat, I find the constant regurgitation of the
anecdotal, fear mongering clap-trap about human-caused global
warming to be a disservice to science, to your readers, and to the
quality of the political dialogue leading up to the election.
See Meteorologist rejects 'fear mongering clap-trap
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Nature, Not Human Activity, Rules the Climate
Great email from a reader:
25 Sep 08 - This comprehensively, unequivocally, categorically and
unanswerably demolishes any bogus claims by ANYONE that 'the science
of climate change and its drivers is uncontested'.
See Nature, Not Human Activity, Rules the Climate
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Yukon permafrost shows periods warmer than today
19 Sep 08 – Frozen mud and ice in the Central Yukon includes two notable
warm spells 120, 000 and 400,000 years ago when temperatures were higher
than they are today. (Aren’t we supposed to be having "unprecedented”
global warming?)
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September snow at Idaho resort
23 Sep 08 - The first day of fall brought a blast of winter to one Idaho ski
resort. Schweitzer Mountain in north Idaho near Sandpoint got dusted with
powder overnight - its first dose of snowfall this year
See September snow at Idaho resort
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Solar Wind Loses Power, Hits 50-year Low
This could affect both climate and evolution

23 Sep 08 - In a briefing yesterday at NASA headquarters, solar
physicists announced that the solar wind is losing power. "The solar
wind isn't inflating the heliosphere as much as it used to. That means
less shielding against cosmic rays." This is exactly what I say causes
evolutionary leaps in my new book Magnetic Reversals and
Evolutionary Leaps
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See Solar Wind Loses Power, Hits 50-year Low
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Cold Snap Leads Moscow to Turn On Heat Early
26 Sep 08 - Moscow is caught in the grip of an unusually early winter chill.
City Hall decided this week to turn on the heat for all apartments by next
Wednesday -- two weeks earlier than usual.
See Cold Snap Leads Moscow to Turn On Heat Early
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Worst and most violent winter we've ever seen
24 Sep 08 - “The next little ice age would be much worse than
the previous one and much more harmful than anything warming
may do,” says geophysicist. “It is time to put aside the global
warming dogma, at least to begin contingency planning about
what to do if we are moving into another little ice age.”
See Worst and most violent winter we've ever seen
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A Cold, not Warm, climate may be in our future -
Old Farmer’s Almanac

25 Sep 08 - We at the Almanac are among those who believe that sunspot
cycles and their effects on oceans correlate with climate changes
See Cold, Not Warm, Climate in our Future
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Florida temperature falls to record low
25 Sep 08 – Could break record again tonight.
See Florida temperature falls to record low
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Lehman Brothers Close Ties to Gore, Hansen and Carbon Trading
18 Sep 08 – “Al Gore’s carbon trading business GIM was banked with
Lehman Bros. It will be interesting to see how this will play in the future but
I suspect that this increases the risk of participating in Carbon Trading.
See Lehman Brothers Close Ties to Gore, Hansen and Carbon Trading
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Warmist spin machine revs up as Arctic fails to melt
Atlantic Canada facing big chill

23 Sep 08 - Some scientists caution that "global warming could
mean colder weather for Atlantic Canada."
See Warmist spin machine revs up as Arctic fails to melt
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Record-setting temperatures in Caribou

22 Sep 08 - According to Rich Norton, a meteorologist with the National
Weather Service office, Caribou broke a previous record of 29 degrees set
in 1995. On Friday morning, the temperature dipped to 27 degrees.
See Record-setting temperatures in Caribou
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Never-ending Winter in Some Europe Ski Areas
19 Sep 08 - Some ski areas haven’t really closed since last winter, are
still open today and will stay open through to next winter. These include
the Tux and Kitzsteinhorn glaciers in Austria. Pitztal ski area is now also
open for the season, while Austria’s Stubai ski area will open for winter
2008-9 on Saturday.
See Never Ending Winter in Some Europe Ski Areas
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Record summer rainfall in Ontario
Summer weather dampens Ottowa crops

19 Sep 08 - June was Ottawa’s wettest month, which meant a slow
start for some local farmers. Mathieu Blanchard, coordinator of the
Cumberland Farmers’ Market, said many of his vendors had nothing
to sell when the season began on June 21.
See Record summer rainfall in Ontario
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Much of Antarctica has been cooling for the last 35 years
Thirteen researchers found that temperatures dropped an average of
1.23 degrees Fahrenheit per decade from 1986 to 2000.
See Much of Antarctica has been cooling for the last 35 years
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New Zealand ski season extended
15 Sep 08 – “The Mt Ruapehu ski season in the central North Island
has been extended after some of the best snow falls on record.
See New Zealand ski season extended
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Arctic weather to bring UK to grinding halt, says forecaster
19 Sep 08 – “An Arctic winter with heavy snow and plummeting temperatures
lies in store for us all (the United Kingdom) after one of the most miserable
summers on record.
See Arctic weather to bring UK to grinding halt
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“It’s practically slam dunk that we are in
for about 30 years of global cooling.”

17 Sep 08 – Warming and cooling cycles are more directly tied
in with astronomical influences than they are with human-caused
carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, some scientists now say.
See Practically a slam dunk
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Climate change chicanery
Less ice in the Arctic in 1893 than today
14 Sep 08 – Lewis Gordon Pugh tried to paddle a kayak to the Pole
to demonstrate the vanishing Arctic ice. While still 600 miles short of
his goal, he met with ice so thick that he had to turn back. Conveniently
forgotten, is that in 1893 the Arctic was so ice-free that a Norwegian
explorer was able to kayak above 82 degrees north, 100 miles nearer
he Pole.
See Climate change chicanery
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Cold August on Long Island
19 Sep 08 - Email from reader
See Cold August on Long Island

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Expert: Small Arkansas earthquakes could be warning
28 Nov 08 - A series of small earthquakes that rattled central Arkansas
in recent weeks could be a sign of something much bigger to come.
See Small Arkansas earthquakes could be warning

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Scotland's barley crop in trouble?
18 Sep 08 - Email from a reader in Scotland: " I can’t recall a year
when by mid September almost none of the barley crop has been
harvested. The crop has been flattened by the constant rain we have
had all summer and now grass has begun to grow up through it.
See Scotland's barley crop in trouble?
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Coldest string of five days in 70 years in California
15 Sep 08 - Many grape growers report lower quantities due to frosting.
See
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Many farmers worried about unusually cool weather
16 Sep 08 - Farmers from Michigan to California to Wisconsin to
North Dakota to Kansas are concerned about the colder weather.
See Many farmers worried about unusually cool weather
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Some high Alpine villages snowed in most of summer
A scary email from a reader in Germany
15 Sep 08 - Here in southern Germany we experienced what seemed
like a very short wet and cool summer! For the first time in nearly 50 years
 mountain passes did not open at all this year because the massive snow
from winter and spring failed to melt.
See Some high Alpine villages snowed in most of summer
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A Spotless Sun and the Coming Ice Age
Great commentary by Alan Caruba
14 Sep 08- Excerpts: “Scientists and laymen who follow the Ice Age
cycles have been warning that, if not a full-fledged Ice Age, at the very
least a Little Ice Age comparable to one that lasted from 1300 to around
1850 is on its way.
See A Spotless Sun and the Coming Ice Age
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Recent Chill could be Start of Longer Term Cooling, says Researcher
Lack of sunspots may be part of a bigger trend

12 Sep 08 – Professor of Geology Don J. Easterbrook says that the recent
lack of sunspot activity may be part of a bigger trend of lower sunspot activity
( possibly similiar to what happened in the Maunder Minimum from about
1600-1700 AD where there was almost a complete lack of sunspots
altogether).
See Recent Chill could be Start of Longer Term Cooling
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Lack of solar activity coincides with cooling trend across the world
5 Sep 08 - Evidence that the planet is tip-toeing towards the onset of a new
mini ice age continues following unprecedented ice storms in Kenya and the
coldest August in 60 years in Sydney.
See Lack of solar activity coincides with cooling trend across the world
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Global Warming's Kaput - 2008 Coolest in 5 Years
By Phil Brennan
8 Sep 08 - The global warming that has taken place during the past 30
years is over, says geologist Don J. Easterbrook, a professor emeritus at
Western Washington University.
See Global Warming's Kaput
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Zero Sunspots - First Spotless Month in a Century
1 Sep 08 – “The event is significant as many climatologists now
believe solar magnetic activity – which determines the number of
 sunspots -- is an influencing factor for climate on earth."
The sunspot number should now stand close to 100. Instead
it is zero
     What a concept! The sun might influence climate?
See Zero Sunspots - First Spotless Month in a Century
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Sea level falling around Australia
16 Aug 08 - Sea level rose about 130m between 17,000 and 7,000 years ago.
It has subsequently fallen in steps as the planet has cooled to our present level.
This is in the published science literature and much can be readily "Googled".
See Sea level falling around Australia
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Britain on course for wettest September on record
9 Sep 08 - If this precipitation continues into the winter months....................?
See What's Happening in other parts of the world
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Hail the size of bottle tops in Madrid
10 Sep 08 - "Obviously it must be apparent that the Global Warming
(IPCC) gravy train is starting to splutter to a HALT!"
See Hail the size of bottle tops in Madrid
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Cool Temperatures to Wreak Havoc on Agriculture
8 Sep 08 -  Cooling temperatures are going to wreak havoc
on agriculture for the remainder of the growing season with the
threat of an early frost greater than in years past, according to
the latest research from Storm Exchange.
See Cool Temperatures to Wreak Havoc on Agriculture
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Snow in Brazil and Uraguay
5 Sep 08 – Email from a Brazilian reader:
Hi dear Felix, my name´s Dimitri, i´m a daily
reader of your site and i´m sending a photo
of snow in plains of south of Brasil. Not on
 mountains but IN PLAINS! This does not
happen in MORE THAN ONE DECADE!.

See photos and other articles:
See Snow in Brasil and Uraguay

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Summer one of Alaska's coldest
- 7 Sep 08 - High temperatures
3rd coldest on record. Gardens didn't grow. Salmon returned late.
Bees didn't make honey. Swallows didn't breed.
See Gardens didn't grow.
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Environment Minister calls global warming
fears 'hysterical pseudo-religion'

5 Sep 08 - In an article in the News Letter, Northern Ireland’s
Environment Minister Sammy Wilson said he believed climate
change occurred naturally and was not man-made.
See Environment Minister calls global warming fears 'hysterical pseudo-religion'
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Skeptical scientists overwhelm conference
25 Aug 08 - Two-thirds of presenters and question-askers were hostile to,
even dismissive of, the IPCC
See Skeptical scientists overwhelm conference
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Astronomical Society Warns of Global Cooling
1 Jul 08 - "The level of activity on the Sun will significantly
diminish sometime in the next decade and remain low for
about 20 - 30 years," said Ian Wilson, lead author of a
study appearing in the June issue of Publications of the
Astronomical Society of Australia.

See Astronomical Society Warns of Global Cooling
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World's deepest chain of undersea volcanoes to be explored
1 Sep 08 — Scientists at the National Oceanography Centre are set to
explore the world's deepest undersea volcanoes five kilometers beneath
the Caribbean.
See Deepest chain of undersea volcanoes to be explored
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Ice age beginning in the Cascades?
5 Sep 08 – Here’s an email from a reader in Washington State.
See
Ice age beginning in the Cascades?
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Earthquake shakes San Francisco and East Bay
6 Sep 08 – The 4.0 temblor, centered in Alamo near the Calaveras Fault,
shook the San Francisco Bay Area Friday night.
http://www.mercurynews.com/


Freak hailstorm in tropical Kenya
3 Sep 08 - A huge hailstorm turned parts of central Kenya white, thrilling
residents most of whom had never experienced such conditions.
See Freak hailstorm in tropical Kenya
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Arctic Sees Massive Gain in Ice Coverage
Increase twice the size of Germany
(I'm not so sure that this one is correct.)
3 Sep 08 - Data from the National Snow and Ice Data Center shows a dramatic
increase in sea ice extent in the Arctic regions covering an area of 700,000 square
kilometers: twice the size of Germany. "Colder weather" to blame.
See Arctic Sees Massive Gain in Ice Coverage
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Cool, wet weather delays Washington wheat harvest
31 Aug 08 - “Eastern Washington's wheat harvest is about two weeks behind
schedule after cool and rainy weather, the latest in a string of frustrations and
disappointments for once-optimistic farmers.
See Cool, wet weather delays Washington wheat harvest
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Snow in Colorado – in August
31 Aug 08 - Here’s an email from a reader in Colorado
See Snow in Colorado - in August
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Record cold in Australia
18 Aug 08 – Temperatures in July and August have been colder than
average, setting records across NSW.
See Record cold in Australia
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Fresh snow brings August skiing in Europe
20 Aug 08 - Remarkably, ski areas in Austria, France, Italy and
Switzerland have all reported fresh snow falling at times over the
past fortnight.
See Fresh snow brings August skiing in Europe
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Another Prominent Scientist Dissents from Warming Fears
at International Conference
“For how many years must the planet cool before we begin to
understand that the planet is not warming?” - Geologist Dr. David Gee
See Another Prominent Scientist Dissents from Warming Fears
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Coldest August in 64 years
31 Aug 08 - Sydney, Australia has shivered through its coldest
August in 64 years. The harbour city had an average maximum
temperature during the month of 17C, slightly below the long-
term normal of 18.
See Coldest August in 64 years
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Sunspots: We really don’t know what's
going to happen, says solar physicist

30 Aug 08 – "...There has not been a spot
on the sun for at least a month  and this is
about the third rotation of the sun this cycle
where we have not seen any sunspots at all.”  
See Sunspots: We really don’t know what's
going to happen

 

Mini-ice age in our future?
By meteorologist Joseph D'Aleo
28 Aug 08 – “Some scientists believe that an extreme cooling episode,
potentially a mini-ice age, is imminent. Others think that it may already
be under way.
See Mini-ice age in our future?
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New Record for Antarctic Total Ice Extent?
While the news focus has been on the lowest ice extent
since satellite monitoring began in 1979 for the Arctic, the Southern Hemisphere (Antarctica) has quietly set a new record for most ice extent since 1979.
See New Record for Antarctic Total Ice Extent?

Meteorologist predicts 'global climate will become
similar to the colder temperatures experienced during the 1800s'

25 Aug 08 - Global temperatures have cooled during the past 12 months.
During 2008 and 2009 the first stage of global cooling will cool the world’s
temperatures to those observed during the years from the 1940s through
the 1970s. By the year 2023 global climate will become similar to the
colder temperatures experienced during the 1800s.
See As cold as the 1800s
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Glaciers growing on Canada’s tallest mountain
17 Nov 08 – The ice-covered peak of Yukon's soaring Mount Logan
may be due for an official re-measurement after readings that suggest
this country's superlative summit has experienced a growth spurt.
See Glaciers growing on Canada’s tallest mountain
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Glaciers in Norway Growing Again
Scandinavian nation reverses trend, mirrors
results in Alaska, elsewhere, reports the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate.
See Glaciers in Norway Growing Again


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Probability 94% for imminent global cooling
20 Aug 07 - Australian engineer Dr. Peter Harris authored a paper entitled
"Probability of Sudden Global Cooling." The data clearly shows, said Harris,
that the nominal 100KY cycle for glaciation and the interglacial phases have
reached the end of the typical interglacial cycle and are due for a sudden
cooling climate change.
See Probability 94% for imminent global cooling
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Snow in the summer in Austria
23 Augustus 08 - This article, entitled “Sneeuw in de zomer in Oostenrijk,”
came from a Dutch news site.
See Snow in the summer in Austria
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2008 on track to be coolest year this century
21 Aug 08- Data from the UK Met Office shows that temperatures in
the first half of the year have been more than 0.1 Celsius cooler than any
year since 2000.
See 2008 on track to be coolest year this century
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Australian Space Weather Agency Revises
Solar Cycle 24 Start, Adding 6 Months

21 Aug 08 – “Solar Cycle 24 just can’t seem to
get rolling. IPS announced today (IPS is the
Australian Space Weather Agency), that it has
changed its forecast for Solar Cycle 24, pushing
it’s start into the future by six months.
Solar Cycle 24 Adding 6 months to start date

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Britain: Wettest August in 100 years

20 Aug 08 - Britain could be heading for it wettest August in a
century as forecasters predicted more heavy rain tomorrow.
See What's Happening in other parts of the world
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British climber dies in Alps snowstorm
17 Aug 08 - A British pensioner and the Dutch guide he was hiking
with have frozen to death in the Italian Alps after being caught in a
violent snowstorm.
See British climber dies in Alps snowstorm
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Potato blight threatens crops in Northern Maine
15 Aug 08 - Potato growers in Aroostook County have dealt with record
snowfall, flooding, above average summer rainfall and now their crops are
being threatened by potato late blight.
See Potato blight threatens crops in Northern Maine

Mayon Volcano in the Philippines showing signs of activity
11 Aug 08 - The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology
(Phivolcs), reports that Mayon spewed ash exploded some 200 meters,
in an east-northeast direction.
See Mayon Volcano in the Philippines showing signs of activity
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Dearth of sunspot activity to herald new ice age?
14 Aug 08 - “A top observatory that has been measuring
sun cycles for over 200 years predicts that global temperatures
will drop by two degrees over the next two decades as solar
activity grinds to a halt.
See Dearth of sunspot activity to herald new ice age?

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Snow in Colorado
15 Aug 08 - Seasonal roads above 11,000 feet such as Trail Ridge
Road will likely have to be shut down on Friday because of the snow.
See Snow in Colorado
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Maine's tourism industry suffering due to weather
12 Aug 08 - Fleece and sweatshirts have replaced bikinis at Old Orchard
Beach and no one's buying ice cream. Instead, it's rained 10 of the last 11
days and it's unseasonably cool.
Maine tourism industry suffering due to weather
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Kasatochi Activity
9 Aug 08 - Three major explosive eruptions occurred at Kasatochi
between August 7 and August 8. Ash from these explosions reached
at least 45,000 ft above sea level and have produced a continuous
ash cloud extending for more than 500 miles in a counterclockwise spiral.
See Kasatochi Activity
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Third Alaskan volcano erupting and spewing ash
8 Aug 08 - Two biologists were rescued from Kastochi Island in
the Aleutians just before it emitted a 35-thousand foot ash plume.
See Third Alaskan volcano erupting and spewing ash
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'Black smokers' found in Arctic Ocean
4 Aug 08 - Jets of searingly hot water spewing up from the sea floor
have been discovered in a far-northern zone of the Arctic Ocean,
Swiss-based scientists announced Monday.
See 'Black smokers' found in Arctic Ocean.
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September-like conditions in New England
8 Aug 08 - Heavy rain Thursday swamped the capital city of Vermont.
The drainage system in Montpelier was hit with so much rain at once that
the back-up flooded parts of the city downtown with about 2 feet of water.
See September-like conditions in New England
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Rapid Natural Cooling 12,700 Years Ago
4 Aug 08 — Researchers in Germany, Switzerland, and the United
States have shown, for the first time, that an extremely fast climate
change occurred in Western Europe.
See Rapid Natural Cooling 12,700 Years Ago
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Hot spot puzzles experts
5 Aug 08 – A two-acre patch of land in southern
California shot up to 812 degrees on Friday.
Geologists and firefighters don’t know why.
See Hot spot puzzles experts

Last Ice Age happened in less than one year say scientists
2 Aug 08 - The last ice age 13,000 years ago took hold in just one year,
more than ten times quicker than previously believed, say scientists from
the German Research Centre for Geosciences at Potsdam.
See Last Ice Age happened in less than one year.
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Advice to climate alarmists
from Will Alexander
5 Aug 08 - My advice to climate alarmists is that now is an appropriate
time to start planning your exit strategy.  The whole IPCC/UNFCCC
edifice is about to disintegrate.
See Fraudulent science
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Epic snow in New Zealand
31 Jul 08 - The New Zealand resort of Mount Hutt
has received over a meter (more than three feet) of
snow in the last 36 hours and the mountain is currently
 closed due to blizzard conditions. Experts predict at
least another meter before the weather clears.
See Epic snow in New Zealand


July sets two new record lows in Montana
2 Aug 08 – Two temperature records were set or tied in
July in Great Falls, one dating back more than a century.
See Record lows in Montana.
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UN rushes aid as unexpected cold spell threatens Peruvian livestock
31 Jul 08 - The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
has provided urgently needed medical supplies to poor farmers in the Peruvian
highlands whose livestock are suffering as a result of a severe unseasonable
cold spell.
See Severe cold in Peru.
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Boiling Hot Water Found in Frigid Arctic Sea
24 Jul 08 – “Many miles inside the Arctic Circle, scientists have found
vents of scalding liquid rising out of the seafloor at temperatures that are
more than twice the boiling point of water.
See Boiling Hot Water Found in Frigid Arctic Sea
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Global Cooling Will Begin During 2008-2009
8 Jul 08 - New research indicates climate similar to the 1800s
within the next 15 years. First stage of cooling will begin during
2008-2009. So says new peer-reviewed book
See Global Cooling Now
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McCain slides off the rails
Another great column by Phillip Brennan
20 Jul 08 - “I am appalled at McCain's support of Draconian measures
to prevent global warming - a non-existent threat growing numbers of
scientists scoff at despite the fact that by getting on the global warming
gravy train they could find themselves wallowing in the juicy government
and corporate grants.
See McCain slides off the rails
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Fantastic photos of the Franz Josef Glacier  

29 Jul 08 - Blair Campbell has accumulated
more than 2000 photographs of the glacier
and its environment.
See Fantastic photos of Franz Josef Glacier

 


'Hogwash' - Climatologist (Easily) Smacks Down Gore's Climate Claims
24 Jul 08 - By Dr. Patrick J. Michaels, a former Virginia State Climatologist,
a UN IPCC reviewer, and University of Virginia professor of environmental
sciences and author of numerous peer-reviewed scientific studies on climate change.
See 'Hogwash' Says Climatologist of Gore's Climate Claims.
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Geophysicist: Sorry to ruin the fun, but an ice age cometh
23 Apr 08 - The first sunspot appeared in January this year and 
lasted only two days. A tiny spot appeared last Monday but vanished 
within 24 hours. Another little spot appeared this Monday. Pray that 
there will be many more, and soon. 
See Geophysicist: Sorry to ruin the fun, but an ice age cometh
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Early July freeze tempers wheat farmers' optimism
28 Jul 08 – The late planting and mid-July freeze also touched
rotation crops such as peas, lentils and chickpeas.
See Early July freeze tempers wheat farmers' optimism
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What’s the truth on global warming?
8 Jun 08 - Blame the sun, says this weather service website.
See Global Warming Truth
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Another dissenter - Phd Chemist

23 Jul 08 - 'Complete dearth of experimental proof for man-made
global warming … a shift to the Pacific Decadal Oscillation cold phase
suggests 20-30 years of cooling ahead.’
See Another dissenter - Phd Chemist

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Coldest morning in Adelaide since 1983
28 July 08 - Planes were grounded at Adelaide Airport waiting for ice
to melt off the wings. The airlines do not keep de-icing equipment in
Adelaide because of the extreme rarity of such events.
See Coldest morning in Adelaide since 1983.
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Alaska Supervolcano Erupting?

23 Jul 08 – “Note that not only is the caldera double the size of the one erupting in Chili,” says reader Charles P., “but that a sister volcano, outside the caldera, began erupting as well.”
See Alaska Supervolcano Erupting?

 

  Photo Courtesy U.S. Coast Guard

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Alaskan glaciers advance one-third mile in less than a year
17 Jul 07 - "At least three glaciers in the same bay have advanced in one year," says scientist at the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks
Alaskan Glaciers Advance One-Third Mile 

California Glaciers Growing …
so let’s rhapsodize about global warming
9 Jul 08 – An AP article today admits that all seven
glaciers on California’s Mount Shasta are growing,
then goes on to rhapsodize about global warming.
See California Glaciers Growing
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Chaitén Eruption Continues
20 Jun 08 - The last time Chaitén blew, the evidence indicates it vented
continuously for several months, which is why it is compared to the Tambora
1815 event, which created the “Year Without a Summer.”
See Chaitén Eruption Continues
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Okmok Volcano In Alaska Explodes in sync with ice-age cycle
20 Jul 08 - The gas cloud from the eruption is now over Montana.
See Okmok Volcano Explodes in sync with ice-age cycle
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Gore getting desperate - public cooling on GW hoax

22 Jul 08 - Comments and reports about global warming are getting
silly and even ridiculous. Al Gore says we have ten years left. We’re
told cooling is due to warming. More rain and flooding - and less rain
and drought - are both due to warming.
See Gore getting desperate
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Is the American Physical Society honest with its members?
23 Jul 08 - A member of the American Physical Society (APS) thinks I was unfair to his group concerning its stance on anthropogenic global warming. When the APS member reads Lord Monckton’s response,
he may question whether the leadership of his group is being honest with him.
See Is the American Physical Society being honest

 

Volcanic Eruptions, Not Meteor, May Have Killed Dinosaurs
New discovery validates theories in
Not by Fire but by Ice
30 Oct 07 - "A series of monumental volcanic eruptions in India may have killed the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, not a meteor impact in the Gulf of Mexico.
Volcanic Eruptions Killed Dinosaurs
  Rajahmundry quarry  near the Bay of Bengal, 
  about 1000 km from the center of the Deccan 
  Traps near Mumbai.
(Photo courtesy Gerta Keller)

Summer Snowstorm Kills 2 on Bavarian Mountaintop
14 Jul 08 – “A fast-moving snowstorm took hundreds of "extreme"
runners by surprise during a race in the Bavarian Alps Sunday, killing
two and sending six more people to the hospital with severe hypothermia.
See Summer Snowstorm Kills 2 on Bavarian Mountaintop
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What Global Warming?

19 Jul 08 - "Global warming, such as it was, is over. Done with. Kaput."
Another fine commentary by Phil Brennan
See W
hat Global Warming?
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Polar Air in Europe in mid Juli

17 Jul 08 – A reader in Germany sees the truth
“Hi, I live in southern Germany and I am very concerned about what
effects the declining sunspot count will have on our upcoming winter
in the northern hemisphere.
See Polar Air in Europe in mid Juli
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Chill out Anchorage -- it's just a normal cool summer
15 Jul 08 - Notice how, if it gets warmer, it’s global warming,
but if it gets cooler, it’s a natural cycle.
See Chill out Anchorage
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NASA Says Climate Shifting to Cooler Temperatures

(This is a major admission by NASA)
1 May 08 – “The allegedly warming earth is in for about 30 years of cooling
according to NASA, one of the leading global warming theory advocates.
See NASA Says Climate Shifting to Cooler Temperatures
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Hawaiian volcano pumping more lava than usual into the ocean

5 Jul 08 - The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said Saturday that
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano is pumping more lava than usual into the ocean.
See Hawaiian volcano pumping more lava than usual into the ocean
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Could Low Solar Activity Trigger an Ice Age?
(This one is important)
 
7 Dec 07
See Could Low Solar Activity Trigger an Ice Age?
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Should we be concerned about the low sunspot numbers?
8 Jun 08 –I asked my friend Dan Hammer at ClimatePatrol.com
this question, and here’s his insightful answer:
See Concern about low sunspot numbers?
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Sunspots and NASA - A higher truth than the facts?
Here’s another email from a reader:
17 Jul 08 - The present minimum is already past 500 days …
and all of a sudden it’s not significant?
See Sunspots and NASA
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NASA sure knows how to get creative with numbers
Here’s a great explanation about sunspots from my friend
Dan Hammer of www.ClimatePatrol.com  
15 Jul 08 - I compared solar minimums with global temperature
changes. Now we have the biggest minimum in 50 years.
See NASA sure knows how to get creative with numbers
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What's Wrong with the Sun? Supposedly nothing
11 Jul 08 - The sun is behaving normally, says NASA solar physicist
David Hathaway. "There have been some reports lately that Solar Minimum
is lasting longer than it should. That's not true."
See What's Wrong with the Sun? Supposedly nothing
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To compare our sunspot count now to a hundred years ago is asinine
Great email from a reader
16 Jul 08 - Twenty-three sunspot cycles goes back 253 years. How long
have we had the current technology to even measure the sunspot numbers?
See To compare our sunspot count now to a hundred years ago is asinine
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Giant Undersea Volcano Found Off Iceland
And we think humans are heating the seas
22 Apr 08 - A giant and unusual underwater volcano lies just offshore
of Iceland on the Reykjanes Ridge, volcanologists have announced.
See Giant Undersea Volcano Found Off Iceland
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Emissions Trading - A Weapon of Mass Taxation

14 Jul 08 - “A severe global emissions-reduction policy through
emissions trading could turn out to be the costliest public policy
See Emissions Trading - A Weapon of Mass Taxation

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Lake Superior still chilly
14 Jul 08 - It's mid-summer and Lake Superior is still chilly. 
See Lake Superior still chilly
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Letter to UN Secretary General Ban K-moon
14 Jul 08 - The UN Climate Change Panel must cease its
deceptive practices – Policies based on false science must be
ended. Look at the world-class scientists who signed this letter!!!!!
See
Letter to UN Secretary General Ban K-moon
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One of India’s leading geologists – Another skeptic
"We appear to be overplaying this global warming issue as
global warming is nothing new. It has happened in the past,
not once but several times, giving rise to glacial-interglacial cycles.
See One of India’s leading geologists – Another skeptic
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Four scientists: Global Warming Out, Global Cooling In
 
12 Jul 08 – Late last month, some leading climatologists and meteorologists
met in New York at the Energy Business Watch Climate and Hurricane Forum.
The theme of the forum strongly suggested that a period of global cooling is about
emerge. The message was loud and clear. There were words like “mass pattern
shift” and “wholesale change in anomalies” and “changes in global circulation.”
See Four scientists: Global Warming Out, Global Cooling In 
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Major Australian Snowstorm
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11 Jul 08
Check out these ski webcams at: http://ski.com.au/snowcams/index.html
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Report: Global Warming Has Ended –
The Next Climate Change to A Pronounced Cold Era Has Begun.

1 Jul 08 - In a news conference held in Orlando, Florida today,
Mr. John L. Casey, Director of the Space and Science Research Center,
issued a landmark declaration on climate change.
A couple of websites accuse Casey of being a scam artist.
I don't know. Please draw your own conclusions

See A Pronounced Cold Era Has Begun
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Weaker magnetic field coming from the sun
12 Jun 08 - Validates astrophysicists who claim that
a Dalton style minima could be approaching.
See Weaker magnetic field coming from the sun
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Antarctic glaciers surge due to volcanic activity?

24 Feb 08 - Much higher up the glacier there is evidence of a volcano that erupted 
through the ice about 2,000 years ago. "The whole region could be volcanically active, 
releasing geothermal heat to melt the base of the ice and help its slide towards the sea."
See Antarctic glaciers surge to ocean
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Watch out for global warming! 
The picture appeared on a Czech news server
http://neviditelnypes.lidovky.cz/p_absurdarium.asp 
Thanks to Mark Newkirk for this link
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Science professor skeptical of global warming
30 Jun 08 - Letter From Jon Hartzler
Ph.D. and retired science professor, Hutchinson, Minnesota
See Science professor skeptical of global warming

Magma May Be Melting Greenland Ice
18 Dec 07 - I added another article to this posting
13 Dec 07 - Scientists have found at least one natural-magma hotspot under
the Greenland Ice Sheet where heat from Earth’s insides could seep through,
See Magma May Be Melting Greenland Ice
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The Emperor Has No Coral
8 Jul 08 - Results of research on coral reefs in the Florida Keys
reef challenge the highly popular notion that present declines in
reefs in Florida and elsewhere are related to human activities.
See The Emperor Has No Coral
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New Study Finds Greenland Ice Melt 'not changing' or 'dropping' 

1 Jul 08 - A new Dutch study of 17 years of satellite measurements of ice
 movement in western Greenland concludes that the speedup of the ice is
a transient summertime phenomenon, with the overall yearly movement of
the grinding glaciers not changing, and actually dropping slightly in some
places, when measured over longer time spans.
See Greenland Ice Melt 'not changing
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All quiet on the solar front
28
Jun 08 - It's all quiet on the solar front. Too quiet.
It has been almost two-and-a-half months since the last counted
cycle 24 sunspot was seen
on April 13th, 2008.
See All quiet on the solar front

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Sun Goes Longer Than Normal Without Producing Sunspots
9 Jun 08 - The sun once went 50 years without producing sunspots.
"That period, from approximately 1650 to 1700, occurred during the
middle of a little ice age on Earth that lasted from as early as the mid-
15th century to as late as the mid-19th century.”
See Sun Goes Longer Than Normal Without Producing Sunspots
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Where have all the sunspots gone?
14 Feb 08 - "The sun has gone quiet. Really quiet. With 
the exception of the briefly increased solar wind from a
coronal hole, there is almost no significant solar activity. It
appears that the sun has slowed it’s internal dynamo to a
similar level such as was seen during the Dalton Minimum."
See Where have all the sunspots gone?
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Geophysicist calls man-made climate fears ‘a fraud’ and ‘hysterical scare tactic’
29 Jun 08 - Predictions of future warming are based on speculative computer models whose
accuracy cannot be evaluated or even tested. Sea ice in the Southern Hemisphere is at the
highest level since satellite monitoring began in 1979. Last summer there was record low
snowmelt in Antarctica. During April this year, 1,185 new all-time record low temperatures
were recorded at U.S. weather stations.
See
Man-made climate fears ‘a fraud’
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Huge Underwater Volcanoes in the Arctic Ocean,
but scientists see no significant connection to melting ice?
27 Jun 08 – The eruptions discharge large amounts of carbon dioxide,
helium, trace metals and heat into the water over long distances, but
scientists see no significant connection to melting ice.
See No significant connection to melting ice
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Mount St. Helens melted the glaciers, but Arctic volcanoes don’t?
3 Jul 08 - When Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, it melted so much
ice that a giant flood swept a slurry of water, sediment and trees, along
with logging trucks, bridges and household debris down the Toutle River
at speeds of up to 50 mph.
See Mount St. Helens melted the glaciers
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Arctic seabed afire with lava-spewing volcanoes
25 Jun 08 - Red-hot magma has been rising from deep inside the earth
and blown the tops off dozens of submarine volcanoes, four kilometers
below the ice. And we wonder what is melting the ice.
See
Arctic seabed afire with lava-spewing volcanoes
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Farm Animals have zero net carbon emissions
29 Jun 08 - “Grazing animals have not yet learned to live on coal or diesel fuel,
and cannot create carbon out of rocks, soil or water. Therefore they must extract
it, via grasses and grains, from that marvellous gas of life in our atmosphere,
carbon dioxide.  The carbon is simply recycled at zero cost.”
See Farm Animals have zero net carbon emissions
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Snow not melting in Alaska
27 Jun 08 – Here’s an interesting email from a reader in Alaska
The snow is staying on the mountains throughout the entire summer.
See Snow not melting in Alaska
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Massive glacier defies melting trend

Arizona Daily Star in denial
28 Jun 08 - Perito Moreno glacier advancing six-seven feet per day.
See Massive glacier defies melting trend

 

 

Global Warming Train has Slowed to a Crawl
By Award winning Chief Meteorologist James Spann of Alabama ABC TV
22 Jun 08 - The anthropogenic global warming train has slowed to a crawl,
and the riders are jumping off as the facts are discovered.
See Global Warming Train has Slowed to a Crawl
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U.S. Has No Remaining Grain Reserves
6 Jun 08 - " The only thing left in the entire CCC inventory will be 2.7 million
bushels of wheat which is about enough wheat to make 1/2 of a loaf of bread
for each of the 300 million people in America.”
See U.S. Has No Remaining Grain Reserves
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From forests to ice in a single year
19 Jun 08  - Climate change obliterated Greenland's leafy cover,
turning it into an icy island in as little as a single year, a new study
says. (The article is trying to make us fear global warming.)
See From forests to ice in a single year
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Poll: Most Britons see ‘climate change’ as excuse for stealth taxes
23 Jun 08 - The majority of the British public is still not convinced
that climatechange is caused by humans - and many others believe
scientists are exaggerating the problem,
See Most Britons see ‘climate change’ as excuse for stealth taxes
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NASA scientist calls for putting oil firm chiefs on trial  
23 Jun 08 - James Hansen of NASA calls for the chief executives of
large fossil fuel companies to be put on trial for high crimes against
humanity and nature for spreading doubt about man-made global warming.
See
NASA scientist calls for putting oil firm chiefs on trial
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Inconvenient Truths about Hansen -
Heinz foundation money and political endorsements

Hansen Received $250,000 from partisan Heinz Founation
and Endorsed Dem. John Kerry for Pres. in 2004
See
Inconvenient Truths about Hansen
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Too late for crop recovery?
8 Jun 08 - Agriculture expert Mohler says by the time the water
recedes it will be too late for crop recovery or replanting.
See Too late for crop recovery?
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Several Huge Active Submarine Volcanoes Found Near Fiji
20 Jun 08 - “We know more about the surface of Mars than we
 know about the ocean seafloor.”
See Active Submarine Volcanoes Found Near Fiji
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‘Junuary’ weather confounds farmers
14 Jun 08 - Vegetable growers have had trouble planting their crops
 in soggy fields and some now expect to lose part of their crop.
See 'Junuary' weather confounds farmers
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Why Are So Many TV Meteorologists
and Weathercasters Climate 'Skeptics'?
17 Jun 08 - All three staff meteorologists at KLTV in Northeast Texas
delivered an on air that the idea that humans are changing the earth's climate.
Such skeptical pronouncements appear to be fairly common among TV
meteorologists and weathercasters, more the rule than the exception.
See
Weathercasters are Climate Skeptics
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1,500 Years of Cooling in the Arctic
4 Feb 08 –  Torneträsk summer temperature reconstruction shows a trend of -0.3°C over the last 1,500 years.”
See 1,500 Years of Cooling in the Arctic
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Too cool in Northern Michigan for fruit production - 18 Jun 08 - Cherry farmers expect to lose half of crop See Too cool in Northern Michigan for fruit production

Global Warming and the Price of a Gallon of Gas
Here's John Coleman, founder of The Weather Channel:
"You may want to give credit where credit is due to Al Gore
and his global warming campaign the next time you fill your car
with gasoline, because there is a direct connection between
Global Warming and four dollar a gallon gas. 
See Global Warming and the Price of a Gallon of Gas
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On the cusp of a new ice age
Another great commentary by Philip Brennan
17 Jun 08 - In case you haven't noticed, loveable old Mother Nature
has been on a rampage lately, tearing up the global landscape with a
frightening host of catastrophes that make poor old Al Gore's
predictions of a French-fried earth look like invitations to a garden tea party.
See On the cusp of a new ice age
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Global food costs soaring
17 Jun 08 - Midwest floods feed grain price inflation.
See Global food costs soaring
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Blue Planet in Green Shackles

Václav Klaus, President of the Czech Republic, presenting his new book to the National Press Club:

27 May 08 – I ask: “What is Endangered: Climate or Freedom?” My answer is: “it is our freedom.” I may also add “and our prosperity”.
See Blue Planet in Green Shackles

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In Praise of CO2

7 Jun 08 - With less heat and less carbon dioxide, the
planet could become less hospitable and less green.
See In Praise of CO2
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Inconvenient Facts About Climate Change
Another great commentary by Philip V. Brennan
10 Jun 08 -  Should CO2 levels be drastically reduced, a
genuine global disaster would inevitably follow because we
need healthy levels of that essential gas to just to survive. I
t feeds the plant life that feeds us.
See Inconvenient facts about climate change
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South African Professor says 'man-made global warming is not real'
11 Jun 08 - Professor Dr. William J.R. Alexander, Emeritus of the Department
of Civil and Biosystems Engineering at the University of Pretoria in South Africa,
says that climate change is simply caused by natural climatic variability.
See South African Professor says 'man-made global warming is not real'
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Famed Hurricane Forecaster Predicts Global Cooling in 10 Years

Prominent hurricane forecaster Dr. William M. Gray told the audience at
the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change in New York that
a natural period of cooling would begin within 10 years.
See Hurricane Forecaster Predicts Global Cooling
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Army: Sun, Not Man, Causing Climate Change
3 June 08 - "Changes in the earth’s average surface temperature
are directly linked to ... the short-term statistical fluctuations in the
Sun’s irradiance and the longer-term solar cycles."
See Army says Sun Causing Climate Change
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Thanks to Joe Herr for this cartoon

Two feet of snow in Washington state  - 11 Jun 08
Up to a foot of snow expected in the Rockies
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10 Jun 08
Heavy Snow Warning for the Cascades,
the Olympics, and Montana
- 9 Jun 08

More snow in the Cascades  - 6 Jun 08
Washington temps a good 10 to 15 degrees below normal” - 6 Jun 08

Up to two feet of snow expected in the Cascades and Olympics! - 5 Jun 08
See Record Low Temperatures across the United States
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Skiing in June in Norway
6 Jun 08 - "If you're looking for the continent's deepest snow,
Norway is the place to go.
See Skiing in June in Norway
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Historic floods in Indiana wipe out crops
8 Jun 08 - Here's an email that I received from a reader in Indianapolis:
See Historic floods in Indiana
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Aspen plans to open back up for skiers
10 Jun 08 - The Aspen Skiing Company will open up Aspen Mountain
from June 13 to 15 for skiers and snowboarders.
See Skiing in June in Aspen
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Greenhouse Gas Theory called ‘scientifically unsound’
"How long can this scientific fraud be maintained?"
2 Jun 08 – "You might as well believe that your image in a mirror
can burn your face.”
See Greenhouse Gas Theory called ‘scientifically unsound'
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Significant Cooling Underway:
Global Temperature Continues to Drop in May
4 Jun 08 - The cooling is “equal in magnitude to the generally
agreed upon ‘global warming signal’ of the last 100 years.”
See Significant Cooling Underway
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North Korea may face food crisis from cold weather

22 May 08 - Unseasonably low temperatures are seriously
affecting crop growth in North Korea, the country's official
news agency said Wednesday.
See North Korea may face food crisis from cold weather
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Newspapers Speak Out Against Boxer Climate Tax Bill

3 Jun 08 - “Consumers Are Already Struggling” with energy prices.
This “Cap-And-Tax” bill will “Cause Prices To Rise Even More”
See Newspapers against climate tax bill
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Global Cooling!
'Spotless Sun' prompts scientists to fear 'dramatic turn for the worse' 

31 May 08 -  “It is time to put aside the global warming dogma, at least to begin
contingency planning about what to do if we are moving into another little ice age.”
See Spotless Sun
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Sacrifices to the Climate Gods
Great article by Roy Spencer
29 May 08 - “Although we shudder at the thought of such barbaric
practices, I believe that we have unwittingly reinstituted human sacrifice
in modern times. But while the list of justifications has grown immensely,
our new rituals are still performed in the name of avoiding the wrath of
the gods of nature."
See Sacrifices to the Climate Gods
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Climate change spreads to Jupiter, Mars
23 May 08 – Do you suppose that changes in planetary
climates could be a natural phenomena?
See
Climate change spreads to Jupiter, Mars
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Woman falls through trail into hot water at Yellowstone
30 May 08 -.If a supervolcano such as Yellowstone should
erupt, we’d descend into an ice age within months.
See
Woman falls through trail into hot water at Yellowstone
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What Global Warming?
Great commentary by Philip Brennan
28 May 08 - Global Warming is a gigantic hoax being used to justify
the imposition of some of the most Draconian measures imaginable to
combat a menace that does not exist.
See What Global Warming?
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Cold Irony: Arctic Sea Ice Traps Climate Tour Icebreaker
27 May 08 –  ‘I am a passenger on one of the most powerful icebreakers in the world, travelling through the Northwest Passage - which is supposed to become almost ice-free in a time of global warming, the next shipping route across the top of the world - and here we are, stuck in the ice, engines shut down, bridge deserted. Only time and tide can free us.’
See Arctic Sea Ice Traps Climate Tour Icebreaker

Colorado Skiers enjoying “winter that just won’t seem to end”
19 May 08 - A storm late last week dropped about eight inches of snow
on Arapahoe Basin, and the skiing surface was refreshed yet again with
another eight inches reported between May 11-13.
See Winter that just won’t seem to end
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Sunspot cycles may hold key to global warming, cooling
24 May 08 – “Antarctic pack-ice far exceeded what Captain Cook saw
on his 18th century voyage into the Southern Ocean.
See Sunspot cycles may hold key to global warming, cooling
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Top scientist from the Philippines publicly dissents
Joins the 31,000 plus just announced 
19 May 08 - Dissent Grows Louder: Award-winning scientist from
Philippines raps Gore, dismisses climate fear as 'hyped up'
See Top scientist from the Philippines publicly dissents
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Open letter to the 2008 presidential candidates

19 May 08 - AccuWeather.com's senior meteorologist and
long-range expert Joe Bastardi sent the global warming center
this open letter to the 2008 presidential candidates.
See Open letter to 2008 presidential candidates
 

Pesky New Zealand Glaciers Growing
3 May 09 - Glaciers south of the equator in South America and
New Zealand are growing, says this article on scientificblogging.com.
It's supposedly a regional phenomenon.
See Pesky New Zealand Glaciers Growing


Solar scientists suggest sunspot-ice-age link ... and can't get their paper published
19 May 08 – “Many solar scientists expected the new sunspot cycle to be a whopper.
But there's scant proof Sunspot Cycle 24 is even here, let alone the debut of big trouble.
See Solar scientists suggest sunspot-ice-age link
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The beginning of an ice age?
23 May 08 - Here’s a photo taken this morning
in Kuummiut, East Greenland
See larger photo Kuummuit, East Greenland
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If you like this photo, here are a bunch more:
http://www.wunderground.com/wximage/viewsingleimage.html?
mode=singleimage&handle=carlskou&number=159&album_
id=62&thumbstart=1&gallery=#slideanchor

Great email from a reader in Houston
22 May 08 - "I think all the Gorebal Warmers should
be looking for other jobs or try to be priests because
then maybe more people will listen to them."
See Email from math teacher
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"Well, what do you expect from a math teacher?" asks reader Phil Driscol.
"Everybody knows it is spelled gorebul warming."
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Polar bears listed as endangered
15 May 08 - But global sea ice anomaly is above average.
See Global sea ice above average
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Comodoro Rivadavia hit by “historic” snow storm . . . and winter is still a month away
20 May 08 - Climatic emergency declared: Most of the Argentine Patagonian province of Chubut covered with with several feet of snow.
See Historic snow storm in Patagonia

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Junk Science: McCain’s Embarrassing Climate Speech
15 May 08 – “While no one knows who first uttered the sentiment "It’s better
to say nothing and seem a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt,"
Republican presidential hopeful John McCain’s speech this week on climate
change certainly supports the phrase’s validity.
See McCain's Embarassing Climate Speech
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More Than 17,000 Scientists Protest Kyoto Accord
Have we forgotten this? In April 1998, more than 17,000 scientists, two-thirds of whom
hold advanced academic degrees, signed a Petition against the Kyoto climate accord. 
The Petition urged the US government to reject the Accord, which would force drastic 
cuts in energy use on the United States.
See 17,000 scientists  
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Fifteen million houses collapse in China – and we’re told that "only" 32,000 died?
20 May 08 - An article in yesterday’s Seattle Times said that 15 million houses collapsed
during last week’s earthquake. I expect the toll to be closer to one million deaths.
See Fifteen million houses collapse in China
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Mount St. Helens observatory reopens for anniversary …
with 12 feet of snow still on the ground

17 May 08 - Sunday is the anniversary of the 1980 explosion
that shot ash into a 30-mile-high column and rewrote the geology
books. But the snow may be as much as a month behind the typical
melt-out. See Mount St. Helens observatory reopens
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Climate change an excuse to 'tax the [bleep] out of us'
 
Excerpt: "...the problem with all this environmental claptrap . . .
it's a convenient excuse for politicians to just start taxing people.
... You're just being robbed--it's just highway [bleeping] robbery."
See Climate change an excuse to 'tax the [bleep] out of us' 
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New Jason satellite indicates 23-year global cooling
(The sun, not CO2, controls the earth's temperatures)
5 May 08 - "The new Jason oceanographic satellite shows that the
Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) has turned into its cool phase, telling
us to expect moderately lower global temperatures until 2030 or so.
See Jason satellite indicates global cooling
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Against odds, glacier grows in cauldron of Mt. St. Helens
15 May 08 – Inside the Mount St. Helens volcano "an unexpected
phenomenon is taking place: a glacier is growing." “It may be the only
growing glacier in America - or maybe the world. What a lie!
See Glacier grows in cauldron of Mt. St. Helens
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Death toll rises to 15,000, nearly 40,000 still buried or missing

14 May 08 - In Sichuan province alone, another 25,788 people were
buried and 1,405 were missing, provincial vice governor Li Chengyun
said, according to Xinhua.
See Death toll rises to 15,000
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China Quake leaves 18,000 buried in one city
Official temblor death toll tops 12,000, but figure likely to rise
13 May 08 - The official Xinhua News Agency said the death
toll exceeded 12,000 in Sichuan province alone, and 18,645
were still buried in debris in the city of Mianyang
See 18,000 buried in one city
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See slide show of China earthquake:
http://www.comcast.net/news/world/chinaearthquake/slideshow/view/1/
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Can’t somebody talk some sense into John McCain?

13 May 08 - In his commentary yesterday on Newsmax, Philip
Brennan tells how “McCain Embraces Global Warming.”
What a disaster this could be.
See Talk some sense into John McCain
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Cold temps delay planting and slow crop growth in Idaho

9 May 08 - Clink on link to see chilling photo of crops encased in ice!
See Cold temps delay planting in Idaho

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Second tropical storm threatens Burma

14 May 08 - Nearly two million already homeless
See Second tropical storm threatens Burma

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New Jason satellite indicates 23-year global cooling

(The sun, not CO2, controls the earth's temperatures)
5 May 08 - "The new Jason oceanographic satellite shows that the
Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) has turned into its cool phase, telling
us to expect moderately lower global temperatures until 2030 or so.
See Jason satellite indicates global cooling
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Massive quake kills thousands in China
12 May 08 - One of the worst earthquakes in decades struck
central China on Monday, killing nearly 9,000 people, state media reported.
See Massive quake kills thousands in China
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Aid trickles into Burma, but toll could reach one million

11 May 08 - Supplies fell far short of the enormous need and
foreign experts were still barred from the country.
See Toll could reach one million
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Burma death toll could reach half a million
9 May 08 - Sources said 200,000 people were already dead or dying.
But the figure could rise to half a million through disease and hunger
if the nation’s hardline army rulers continue to block aid for the devastated
 lowlands of the Irrawaddy Delta.
See Burma death toll could reach half a million
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More snow in the Colorado Rockies
– 10 May 08
Here’s an email from a reader stuck in the snow
See Reader stuck in the snow
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April one degree cooler than the 1901-2000 average
This from NOAA's April 2008 Climate Summary
See April one degree cooler than the 1901-2000 average
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Meteorologist Takes Down Newsweek science writer
for Shoddy Climate Reporting

(By Chief Meteorologist Craig James, of a Michigan NBC TV affiliate)
Was she out of the country this winter? Snow depth comparisons from
the Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center in Seattle, Washington
[show] that this year’s snow pack in the Northwest was between 133%
and 330% above normal. In many locations in the central Rockies, the
midwest and northern New England, the highest snowfall amounts of
any year were recorded.
See Meteorologist Takes Down Newsweek science writer
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UK region sees longest cold spell since 1892
8 May 08 - "Looking at the records, this is the longest such spell
locally since our records began in 1892 - the previous record stood
at eight months in both 1897 and 1934."
See UK region sees longest cold spell since 1892
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Blizzards force SA adventurer to turn back

9 May 08 – Erasmus-Coetzer hoped to create awareness about global warming. 
The dream came to an end this week when the expedition of nine men and
women came up against a ferocious wind and snow storm.
See Blizzards force SA adventurer to turn back
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NASA Says Climate Shifting to Cooler Temperatures
(This is a major admission by NASA)
1 May 08 – “The allegedly warming earth is in for about 30 years of cooling
according to NASA, one of the leading global warming theory advocates.
See NASA Says Climate Shifting to Cooler Temperatures
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Ocean Cooling to Briefly Halt Global Warming, Researchers Say
(Even though it’s getting colder, it’s getting warmer. Hmmm.)

30 Apr 08 - Parts of North America and Europe may cool naturally over
the next decade, as shifting ocean currents temporarily blunt the global-
warming effect caused by mankind, researchers said.
See
Ocean Cooling to Briefly Halt Global Warming
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The Real Test for Global Warming - Does the ice man cometh?
By Philip Brennan - 7 May 08 – “In recent weeks we've witnessed wave
after wave of utterly destructive tornadoes wreaking havoc all across parts
of the U.S. The media refuses to report that the fact that the storms are the
result of unusually frigid air coming south from the Arctic and sub-Arctic
areas of the hemisphere even as spring arrives, and running head-on into
 sun warmed air headed northward.
See Does the ice man cometh?
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At least 22,000 dead in Myanmar
- 6 May 08
The Irrawaddy delta- regarded as Myanmar's rice bowl
- remains largely cut off from the rest of the world.
See At least 22,000 dead in Myanmar
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Giant Undersea Volcano Found Off Iceland
(And we wonder why the oceans are warming)

22 Apr 08 - It's an active volcano that rises about 3,300 feet (1,000 meters) 
above the surrounding sections, coming within 1,300 feet (400 meters) of the surface.
See Giant Undersea Volcano Found Off Iceland
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Thousands riot in Somalia over food prices
5 May 08 - Tens of thousands of people rioted over
high food prices in Somalia’s capital Monday, hurling
stones and prompting hundreds of shops to close.
See Thousands riot in Somalia over food prices
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Ag Secretary: 'We have never been less secure' about wheat - Stocks at 60-year low
16 Apr 08 - "We have never been less secure about the near-term future of wheat," 
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Edward Schafer told food aid groups Wednesday. "Global 
wheat stocks are at an unprecedented historic 30-year low, and U.S. wheat stocks are 
at unprecedented 60-year low."
See Wheat stocks at 60-year low 
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Load Up the Pantry

Commentary in the Wall Street Journal
21 Apr 08 – “I don't want to alarm anybody, but maybe it's
time for Americans to start stockpiling food.
See Load up the pantry

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Food Rationing Confronts Breadbasket of the World
21Apr 08 - At a Costco Warehouse in Mountain View, Calif., yesterday, 
shoppers grew frustrated and occasionally uttered expletives as they searched 
in vain for the large sacks of rice they usually buy.
See Food Rationing in US
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Tired of all the global warming hype

3 May 08 - Here’s a great email from a high school science teacher
See Tired of all the global warming hype
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Al Gore Film a Fake
22 Apr 08 - ABC News reports one of the most famous shots in the movie - of Antarctic ice shelves - "is a fake". The film's visual effects supervisor says the shot was taken from the fictional movie "The Day After Tomorrow," which created it on a sound stage using Styrofoam ice and scanned it into a computer.
See Al Gore Film a Fake
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Farmers delay planting due to cold weather
29 Apr 08 - Corn futures in Chicago climbed to a record on supply concerns after a government report showed farmers in the U.S., the world's biggest producer, had planted only half as much as a year ago because of cold, wet weather.
See Farmers delay planting due to cold weather

  DeesIllustration.com      Thanks to Craig Adkins

"Global warming a hoodwink theory" - 2 Nov 07 - 
It's "based on computer modeling," says Joe Bastardi of Accuweather. 
"Garbage in, garbage out."  See video:
http://global-warming.accuweather.com/
Thanks to Aram Paquin  for this link
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Global warming skeptic in Greenland
22 Apr 08 – “The Vikings are back in Greenland....or at least the Dutchmen, who's not afraid of global warming or said by other words, they don't believe global warming and CO2 is the culprit at all.
See Global Warming Skeptic in Greenland
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Earth Day Snowed Out

22 Apr 08 -  Actually, it was a blizzard.
So much for global warming.
See Earth Day Snowed Out

 

Mysterious "Swarm" of Quakes Strikes Oregon Water
(And we wonder why the oceans are warming)
16 Apr 08 - About 600 earthquakes have been recorded about 190 miles offshore 
from Yachats. Earthquake swarms normally indicate volcanic activity. Scientists say 
they may find lava oozing out onto the seafloor or hot water percolating up from 
magma-heated undersea hot springs. 
See Mysterious Swarm of Quakes Strikes Oregon Water
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Wal-Mart's Sam's Club Limits Rice Purchases Nationwide
(No flour and cooking oil limits 'yet')
23 Apr 08 - Sam's Club warehouse division said on Wednesday it is limiting 
sales of several types of rice, the latest sign that fears of a rice shortage are 
rippling around the world.
See Sam's Club Limits Rice Purchases Nationwide
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Global Warming Hysteria Creates Food Shortages

Another great commentary by Philip Brennan
23 Apr 08 - Global warming does threaten mankind, but the danger lies
in the Draconian measures Gore and others demand be taken to prevent a 
non-existent threat which in themselves imperil our very well being.
See Global Warming Hysteria Creates Food Shortages
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Ocean Cooling to Briefly Halt Global Warming, Researchers Say
30 Apr 08 - Parts of North America and Europe may cool naturally over
the next decade, as shifting ocean currents temporarily blunt the global-
warming effect caused by mankind, researchers said.
See
Ocean Cooling to Briefly Halt Global Warming
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Washington snow pack two, three, even ten times normal
10 Apr 08 - Officially, the state has almost 50 percent more snow than in a normal 
season, but many places have two, three, and even ten times the normal amount of snow.
See Washington snow pack ten times normal
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Earth Day is a Holiday for Liars
Great commentary by Alan Caruba
21 Apr 08 - The food riots occurring around the world are the direct result 
of environmental mandates for biofuels, based on claims of global warming, 
but the Earth is cooling, not warming.
See Earth Day is a Holiday for Liars
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Geologist: Sun’s shift could mean global chill 

8 Apr 08 - Fluctuations in solar radiation could mean colder weather
in the decades ahead, despite all the talk about global warming, says 
retired Western Washington University geologist Don Easterbrook.
See Sun's shift could mean global chill.
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I have a foot of solid ice over my garden, 
in past years my potatoes were in by now

15 Apr 08 –– Here’s an eye-opening email from a reader.
See A foot of solid ice over my garden.
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Global warming' scores a ZERO in the latest ABC News poll
18 Apr 08 - Voters asked "What is the single most important issue in your 
choice for President?" Global Warming got exactly a "0" in response.
See Global warming scores a ZERO
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Global warming? Scotland sees best snow in living memory
19 Apr 08 - "I’ve been skiing here for 30 years but these are the best 
spring conditions I can remember." says Bob Kinnair, chief executive of 
CairnGorm and a former head of the British Association of Ski Instructors. 
See Scotland sees best snow in living memory

Bombshell Letter to the UN
14 April 08 - The UN's Climate Committee leadership and policies were today challenged by four scientists, including one Nobel Peace Prize winner, from around the world to admit that CO2 does not drive the climate, and to renounce the theory and associated 'devastating policies' which are weakening
the world economy and increasing food shortages and destruction of forest across the planet.

See Scientists call on UN to renounce Global Warming claims
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Fantastic trip to London and Paris - 15 Apr 08
Hi folks, 
Just got back late last night from a fantastic trip to London and Paris, where I met 
with a few fellow global warming skeptics. Will tell you more later, but for the time 
being I'd like to especially thank Hans and Colette Schreuder for their amazing 
hospitality (they drove my wife and I around the English countryside for three days!) 
and to Piers and Marion Corbyn for a wonderful dinner. Also to Vincent Courtillot 
in Paris for our very illuminating time together. Thank you all. And thanks to all of 
my readers for putting up with my absence.
Sincerely,
Robert
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Winter in southeastern China in 800 years - 4 Mar 08 
Climatologists claim that in one area of southeastern China this exceptionally 
harsh winter of 2007-08 has been the "worst since 1210, nearly 800 years ago!"
See Harshest winter in southeastern China in 800 years
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From your friends at www.MyComicsPage.com
Thanks to Jimmy Walter for this link

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US fears over honey bee collapse

25 Mar 08 - Beekeeper Gilly Sherman says: "It's worse than last year, 
and last year was worse than the year before, so it's bad, and there are 
a lot of good big beekeepers that are having a lot of problems. "I think 
we're coming in for a big train wreck."
See US Fears over honey bee collapse
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India Bans Rice Exports - 1 Apr 08 - The move could have an impact on 
rice prices globally as the country is the third largest exporter of the grain - 
a staple food in many countries. 
See India Bans Rice Exports
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Joe Bastardi of Accuweather.com responds to Gore's Comments
29 Mar 08 - "UNBELIEVABLE. I am absolutely astounded that someone who refuses 
to publicly debate anyone on this matter and has no training in the field narrated a movie 
where frames of nuclear explosions were interspersed in a subliminal way in scenes of 
droughts and flood, among other major gaffes, can say these things and then have them 
accepted ... by anyone.
See Gore's Unbelievable Comments
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Antarctic ice pack running 1.5 MILLION sq. km.
above last year's record pace

28 Mar 08 - Where was CNN when Antarctica broke
a record for greatest ice extent last year?
Where are they now?
See Antarctic ice pack 1.5 MILLION sq. km. above last year's record pace
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"CNN Features Dishonest Story" 
Huge Antarctic ice chunk collapses

26 Mar 08 - My friend Dan Hammer at ClimatePatrol.com 
has addressed this breathless story about gullible warming in 
a wonderful manner, so I'll let you read his words.
See CNN Features Dishonest Story
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Antarctic Ice Disappearing? Don’t you believe it
27 Mar 08 - "It’s a naturally occurring event," says Hans Schreuder, 
"a MINOR event in world or Antarctic terms. 
Here’s a map showing just how small an area it is."
http://www.ilovemycarbondioxide.com/Antarctic.html

 

Puzzling Surplus of Cosmic
Rays Bombarding Earth

19 Nov 08 - If you’ve read Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps, you
can guess that I'll think this is a big deal,
because I say that cosmic rays dump
excess radiation onto our planet, leading
to mutations and evolutionary leaps.
See Puzzling Surplus of Cosmic Rays Bombarding Earth

  Artist's concept of cosmic rays hitting
Earth's upper atmosphere. Credit:
Simon Swordy, University of Chicago.

More than 200 whales trapped in Canadian ice
22 Nov 08 - At least 200 narwhal whales in Canada's Arctic,
trapped by winter ice and facing starvation or suffocation, must
be culled, officials say.
See More than 200 whales trapped in Canadian ice
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Record cold in Peru
22 Nov 08 – E-mail from a reader in Peru
"In late May, June and July (Winter here!) the temperature
drops down to record levels before sunrise.
See Record cold in Peru
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The Earth’s Not Flat, and It’s Not Warming
Great commentary by Philip Brennan
21 Nov 08 - It boggles the mind. Years after global temperature rises
peaked around 1998, and the world has been cooling ever since we're
still hearing shrill warnings that we are doomed to be deep fried by Mother
Nature. It's almost like insisting the world is flat even after Columbus made
it to the New World without plunging over the edge of the earth.
See The Earth’s Not Flat, and It’s Not Warming
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Athens, Georgia breaks 'low-temperature mark
that stood for 117 years'

19 Nov 08 - The official temperature in Athens sank to 20 degrees,
breaking the old record of 23 degrees set in 1891.
See Athens, Georgia breaks 'low-temperature mark
that stood for 117 years'
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2008 Temperatures Below
NormalMost of USA

12 Nov 08 - This info comes from
NOAA's National Climate Data Center:
See 2008 Temps Below Normal


Harvard astrophysicist smacks down UK Guardian
for shoddy Polar Bear reporting

7 Nov 08 - “Polar bears evolved from brown bears 200,000 years
ago and therefore must have survived the last interglacial period, when
global temperatures were many degrees warmer than the present.
More perspective and less prejudice, please."
See Harvard astrophysicist smacks down UK Guardian for shoddy reporting
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Utah ski resort opens early with 46 inches of snow! 
'Second-earliest start in 38 years'

10 Nov 08 - Tuesday's snowstorm kicked off a five-day
accumulation that has reached about 46 inches of snow,
allowing Snowbird Ski Resort to open Friday, the second-
earliest start in the resort's 38-year history.
See Utah ski resort opens early
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Arctic Sea Ice Growing at Fastest Rate in Recorded History
7 Nov 08 - An abnormally cool Arctic is seeing dramatic changes to
ice levels. The total amount of ice, which set a record low last year,
grew in October at the fastest pace since record-keeping began in 1979.
See Arctic Sea Ice Growing at Fastest Rate in Recorded History
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Antarctic Ice Sheet growing
enough to lower sea levels

This paper, published in 2006, shows
that the Antarctic ice sheet is gaining
enough ice to lower – lower! - global
sea levels by 0.08 mm year.
See Antarctic Ice Sheet growing
enough to lower sea levels

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Alaska's Glaciers Are Growing
By Dennis T. Avery - 28 Oct 08 – “Alaska’s glaciers grew this year, after
shrinking for most of the last 200 years. The reason? Global temperatures
dropped over the past 18 months. The global mean annual temperature has
been declining recently because the solar wind thrown out by the sun has
retreated to its smallest extent in at least 50 years.
See Alaska's Glaciers Are Growing
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UrbanSurvival.com puts Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps
on its “Must Read List”

3 Nov 08 – “Darwin's theory of evolution was wrong, but not for the
reason that you think.... Robert Felix is no flake.... Read his new book,
Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps
....  It is incredible reading."
See entire endorsement: UrbanSurvival's "Must Read List".
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Global Warming Talk Is All Just Hot Air
A new ice age is upon us

Another great commentary by Phil Brennan
5 Nov 08 – Barack Obama is determined to deal with a threat
that does not exist — he wants to further cripple the economy by
combating global warming that isn't happening when the real
threat is global cooling on a massive scale.
See Global Warming Talk Is All Just Hot Air
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UrbanSurvival.com puts Magnetic Reversals and
Evolutionary Leaps
on its “Must Read List”

3 Nov 08 – “Darwin's theory of evolution was wrong, but not
or the reason that you think.... Robert Felix is no flake.... Read
his new book, Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps.
...  It is incredible reading."
See entire endorsement: UrbanSurvival's "Must Read List"
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Blizzard pounds South Dakota
20-foot snowdrifts reported
7 Nov 08 – With snow coming down at the rate of 3 inches per hour, the storm has already dropped almost 4 feet of snow in thenorthern Black Hills, and 20-foot snowdrifts have been reported in the southwestern corner of the state.
See Blizzard pounds South Dakota
 

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The hell that the radicals promised is freezing over
4 Nov 08 - "Climate change: It's been a bad year for global warming
alarmists.  Record cold periods and snowfalls are occurring around the
globe.  The hell that the radicals have promised is freezing over."
See The hell that the radicals promised is freezing over
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144,400 yaks and sheep die after record snowfall in Tibet
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One of the worst snowstorms in living memory"
2 Nov 08 - "Up to 2 metres of snow lay over some parts of
Lhunze county, in Tibet's Shannan district, and could take
another week to melt, the official Xinhua news agency said."
See 144,400 yaks and sheep die after record snowfall in Tibet
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Global Cooling is Here - and its Ramifications
2 Nov 08 - "The ramifications of the global cooling cycle for the next 30
years are far reaching―failure of crops in critical agricultural areas (it's
already  happening), increasing energy demands, transportation difficulties,
and habitat change."
See Global Cooling is Here - and its Ramifications
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Hailstorm swamps town in 6ft drifts – cars buried up to their roofs
31 Oct 08 - Cars were buried up to their roofs in hailstones. One fire
appliance became stuck in a 6ft drift and a farmer was reported to have
lost 500 sheep in a field that was buried under several feet of hail and sleet.
See Hailstorm swamps town in 6ft drifts – cars buried up to their roofs
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Sunspots increasing says Spaceweather.com
1 Nov 08 - “The month of October had four new-cycle
sunspots. It means that the sun is beginning a slow ascent
out of solar minimum to a more active phase of the
sunspot cycle.”
        I sure hope this is true.
See Sunspots increasing says Spaceweather
 


Obama tells SF Chronicle he will bankrupt coal industry
... just as we're sliding into an ice age
2 Nov 08 – “Barack Obama actually flat out told the San Francisco
Chronicle that he was willing to see the coal industry go bankrupt."
See Obama tells SF Chronicle he will bankrupt coal industry
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$20 per gallon for gasoline and heating oil
... to solve a problem that does not exist

1 Nov 08 – Hey, you can share your cookie if you want,
Mr. Obama, but you have no right to share mine.
See $20 per gallon for gas and heating oil
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Snow blankets London during Global Warming debate
First October snowfall in London since 1922

29  Oct 08 – When Peter Lilley, in amazement, asked why there
hadn't been a cost/benefit analysis made of such a major change
in policy, he was told to shut up by the Deputy Speaker.
See Snow blankets London during Global Warming debate.
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A Snowy Halloween
Great commentary by Alan Caruba
29 Oct 08 - Both candidates for the presidency profess to believe in global warming. Both are
wrong. Both need to visit northern New Jersey
or any one of a swath of northeastern states that
could well be under a blanket of snow on
Election Day.
See A Snowy Halloween


Alaskan Glaciers Grow for First Time in 250 years
16 Oct 08 - High snowfall and cold weather to blame leading
to the increase in glacial mass.
See Alaskan Glaciers Grow for First Time in 250 years
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Bad Luck Weekend
31 Oct 08 - The far West will be doomed to a rather ugly weekend.  Snow levels will start out very high but will lower to 4,500 feet in the Cascades and 7,000 feet in the Sierra-Nevada over the weekend.
See Bad Luck Weekend


'Internet should be nationalized as a public utility' to combat
global warming skepticism
 
28 Oct 08 - British journalism lecturer and warming alarmist says
sceptical bloggers need bringing into line .. Or in the UK every new
online publication could be required to register with the recently
announced Internet watchdog.
See Internet should be nationalized


Global warming activists face frost bite - see 88 Arctic 'ice bears’  
2 Sep 08 - "Some may know this place from the book 'The northern
lights' by Phillip Pullman, where he calls it, 'The land of the ice bears'.
[...] The boat we are on has just returned from a trip in the ice and
along the way they encountered eighty eight bears.
See Global warming activists see 88 Arctic ice bears
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Is Obama a natural-born citizen of the United States?
See Is Obama a natural born citizen?                  
See also The Man from Mombassa
I usually don't discuss anything political on this website
unless it refers to the climate, but since Obama is such
a strong believer in human-caused global warming ...
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Doherty: New data justifies repealing global warming act

14 Aug 08 - There are many credible members of the scientific community
who have questioned the theory of global warming, and now we have some
scientists actually suggesting the earth’s temperatures may be entering a
period of dramatic cooling.”
See Doherty: New data justifies repealing global warming act
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Record snow at NZ ski resorts
19 Aug 08 - Huge snowfalls have been
recorded on both the north and south
islands of New Zealand. Turoa now has
the biggest snow base in the history of
commercial skiing in the country.
See Record snow at NZ ski resorts

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Solar cycles - Is there a cold future lying in wait for us?

13 Aug 08 - Over the next two decades, global temperatures may fall
by about 2 degrees C - lower than any seen in the last 100 years.
See Solar cycles - Is there a cold future?
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New Zealand lifts buried in giant snowfall
19 Aug 08 - Staff had to shovel off more than two
meters (six feet) of snow that  gathered on service
building roofs, threatening to collapse them. The
dump was so heavy that it buried the snow stake
used to measure snowfall.
See New Zealand lifts buried in giant snowfall

Inventing the Next Phony Green Crisis
“It doesn’t get much more stupid than this.”
18 Aug 08 - The inventiveness of the Greens, when it comes to creating
a new crisis after an old one has run its course, is truly extraordinary.
See Inventing the Next Phony Green Crisis
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Arctic ice refuses to melt as ordered

15 Aug 08 - The Arctic melt season is nearly done for this year.
The sun is very low above the horizon and will set for the winter
at the North Pole in five weeks. And none of the dire predictions
of melting ice have come to pass.
See Arctic ice refuses to melt as ordered
 

Undersea volcanic activity blamed for mass extinction 93 million years ago
16 Jul 08 - Researchers from the University of Alberta, Canada, find evidence of
underwater volcanism in rocks dating to a mass extinction 93 million years ago.
See Undersea volcanic activity blamed for mass extinction
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Noctilucent clouds - Signaling an ice age?
2 Jul 08 - Clouds usually seen above Earth's poles now being seen over western France.
See Noctilucent clouds - Signaling an ice age?
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Noctilucent Clouds – An explanation?
21 Jul 08 - Here’s a  theory from a reader clouds that makes as much sense to me as anything else I’ve heard.
See Noctilucent Clouds – An explanation?

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Who needs Osama? We’ve got Al

17 Jul 08 - Osama Bin Laden has said that he wants to
destroy the American economy. All he has to do is sit back
and let Al Gore do it for him.
See Who needs Osama?
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The American Physical Society Waffles
21 Jul 08  - Last week they said "There is a considerable presence
within the scientific community of people who do not agree with the
IPCC conclusion (that humans cause global warming)." This week
they're pointing the finger at humans again.
See The American Physical Society Waffles
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Myth of Consensus Explodes
16 Jul 08 - The 50,000-member strong American Physical Society
has reversed its stance on climate change and is now proclaiming that
many of its members disbelieve in human-induced global warming.
See Myth of Consensus Explodes
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Snow still covers hiking trails in Cascades, Olympics
18 Jul 08 - In the Olympic National Park, all trails above 5,000 feet
are covered with snow. In the Skykomish area of the Mount Baker-
Snoqualmie National Forest, 35 of 40 trails are closed.
See Snow still covers hiking trails in Cascades, Olympics
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Misleading Reports about Antarctic Melting
Most articles make it sound as if all of Antarctica is melting, when it's primarily the ice on the Antarctic Peninsula that's melting. Here's a map of Antarctica to show you what I mean.
See Misleading Reports about Antarctic Melting
antarctica

Did earthquake trigger Antarctic ice collapse?
27 Mar 08 - There's been little or no publicity about an earthquake 
on the Pacific-Antarctic ridge 3930 km (2440 miles) SE of Wellington, 
New Zealand on 17 March 08.
See Did earthquake trigger Antarctic ice collapse?
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Could we really run out of food?
6 Mar 08 – "Experts say the world is now facing down 
the barrel of the worst catastrophe of all: famine.
See Could we really run out of food?
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Climate Facts to Warm To
23 Mar 08 - Question: "Is the Earth still warming?"
Answer: "No, actually, there has been cooling, if you take 1998 as your point 
of reference. This is certainly not what you'd expect if carbon dioxide is driving 
temperature because carbon dioxide levels have been increasing but temperatures 
have actually been coming down over the last 10 years."
See Climate Facts to Warm To
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Floods in Midwest could affect food supplies
29 Mar 08 - Experts say that grain under water for over a week is unlikely to survive.
See Floods in Midwest could affect food supplies
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Dark Hour - a Sign of the Times

28 Mar 08 - The Carbon Sense Coalition suggested that consumers should 
spend the hour they sit in the dark with no transport, air conditioning or hot coffee, 
remembering the contribution that carbon fuels have made to modern society.
See Dark Hour - a Sign of the Times
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Food Prices Soaring Worldwide, freak weather listed as one of the blames

24 Mar 08 - From subsistence farmers eating rice in Ecuador to gourmets 
feasting on escargot in France, consumers worldwide face rising food prices
 in what analysts call a perfect storm of conditions.
See Food Prices Soaring Worldwide
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Quebec closing in on snowfall record
19 Mar 08 - To date, some 350 cm of snow has fallen in the 
Montreal area, approaching the record 383 cm set in 1971. 
See Quebec closing in on snowfall record
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More Deception from the UN

16 Mar 08  - World's Glaciers (Supposedly) Melting Faster
See More Deception from the UN
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Kangaroos in the top paddock
17 Mar 08 - One of Australia’s most outspoken critics of the global warming theorists 
told a conference in Australia that carbon dioxide has not influenced global climate change.
See Kangaroos in the top paddock
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Manhattan Declaration demands abandonment of emissions reduction efforts
10 Mar 08 - A group of dissident scientists and climate researchers has affirmed that there is no 
convincing evidence that CO2 emissions from modern industrial activity cause climate change, 
and has called on world leaders to abandon all efforts to reduce emissions "forthwith."
See Dissident Scientists
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Steamboat posts record snow season - and it’s still snowing

22 Mar 08 - With more than 37 feet of snow this winter, the Steamboat Ski Resort 
has broken its previous season snow record of 447.75 inches set in 1996/1997.
See Steamboat posts record snow season
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Forget global warming: Welcome to the new Ice Age
25 Feb 08 - "Snow cover over North America and much of Siberia, 
Mongolia and China is greater than at any time since 1966.
See Forget global warming
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Dramatic adverse weather throughout Central America
substantially reduces banana supplies

26 Feb 08 - Reader Steven Woodcock spotted a little notice while grocery 
shopping and did some research. He found this from Chiquita Brands.
See Banana Supplies Plunge 
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Montreal closes schools because of snow-covered roofs
14 Mar 08 - After a roof collapse killed three women, volunteers at hundreds 
of businesses and schools to clambered up on roofs to shovel off snow in some 
cases more than two metres (almost seven feet) deep.
See Montreal Closes Schools
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A White Easter for many in the UK - 23 Mar 08           
See What's Happening in other parts of the world   
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Canadian Ferry Stuck in Ice
19 Mar 08 - The Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker Louis St. Laurent,
the largest icebreaker in the fleet, is on its way to Cape Breton from Quebec
 to help a passenger ferry get into Sydney's ice-packed harbour.
See Canadian Ferry Stuck in Ice
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Cairo grappling with bread crisis –– two people killed
17 Mar 08 - Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak appealed to the army on 
Sunday, asking for help in manufacturing and distributing bread to keep up 
with the demand. He also asked for help from the government's defense and 
social solidarity ministries.
See Cairo grappling with bread crisis
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Ice "Bergs" on Lake Michigan
13 Mar 08 - From NOAA's National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office
See Icebergs on Lake Michigan
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Coolest winter since 2001

13 Mar 08 - It was the 54th coolest winter since national records began in 1895.
See Coolest winter since 2001

Climate Panel on the Hot Seat
IPCC followed only 17 of the more than 127 forecasting 
principles critical to making sound predictions
See Climate Panel on the Hot Seat
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Climate dissent grows hotter as chill deepens

9 Mar 08 - Last week, virtually unreported, the extraordinary
winter weather of 2008 continued. In the USA, there were blizzards
as far south as Texas and Arkansas, while in northern states and 
Canada "the winter from hell" has continued to break records
going back in some cases to 1873. 
See Climate dissent grows
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Declining Trend Line
12 Mar 08 - I’m an actuary, not a climatologist.
But I’ve been updating analysis each month as the
NASA global temperature anomalies are released,
and I’ve run the trend line on 120-month anomaly
period. The 120-month trend line peaked over 6
years ago.
See Declining Trend Line from Joe Tritz
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Met Office Now Warns of Global Cooling

5 Mar 08 - "A significant drop in global average temperature in January 2008 
has led to speculation that the Earth is experiencing a period of sustained cooling.
See Met Office Warns of Global Cooling
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Oceans to fall, not rise, over millions of years

6 Mar 08 - Sea levels have fallen by about 170 meters (560 ft) since the Cretaceous period.  
If that were to happen now, Russia would be connected to Alaska, Britain would be part of 
mainland Europe and Australia and Papua island would be the same landmass.
See Oceans to fall, not rise 


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Cold Water on ‘Global Warming’

2 Mar 08 -  A new and very different conference on global warming will 
be held in New York City, under the sponsorship of the Heartland Institute, 
on Mar 2 to Mar 4 — weather permitting. The "International Conference on 
Climate Change" will examine the question "Global Warming: Crisis or Scam?" 
See Cold Water on Global Warming 
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Snow on the blossoms in Fort Worth
6 Mar 08 - Fort Worth, Texas - "Trees were in full bloom when this stuff hit," says Jeff Reed.

"It has not snowed like this in March in Fort Worth Texas since 1971."

"This is already the seventh snowiest March on record in Fort Worth, and it's only the 6th."
See Snow on the blossoms in Fort Worth

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Coldest Winter in Memory

Great commentary by Philip V. Brennan
4 Mar 08 - "Get ready for your dunce cap, Al, and button up your overcoat."
See Coldest Winter in Memory
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Weather Channel Founder Blasts Network

Advocates suing Al Gore to expose 'the fraud of global warming'

3 Mar 08 - The Weather Channel has lost its way, says John Coleman, 
who founded the channel in 1982. Coleman told an audience at the 2008 
International Conference on Climate Change on March 3 in New York 
that he is highly critical of global warming alarmism.
See Weather Channel Founder Blasts Network
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Skeptical Oregon state climatologist steps aside

George Taylor, who has a master's degree in meteorology, has been 
widely known as Oregon's state climatologist since 1991.
See Skeptical Oregon state climatologist steps aside
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Price of feed almost doubles - Pig farming at crisis point
3 Mar 08 - Jimmy's Farm near Ipswich, UK boasts a range of rare pigs including 
Gloucester Old Spot, Saddlebacks, Tamworths and Essex pigs. But because of 
the near doubling in the price of feed, Mr. Doherty is having to cut back "drastically".
See Pig Farming at Crisis Point
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"Should roads have tolls to fight global warming?"
29 Feb 08 - "Two global-warming bills likely to pass the (Washington State) 
Legislature this session could open the door to tolls on major highways in the 
Puget Sound region as a way to reduce traffic and greenhouse-gas emissions.
See Should roads have tolls to fight global warming?
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Global warming to take a cold shower in New York next week
25 Feb 2008 - The Carbon Sense Coalition based in Australia is 
supporting an International Conference on the Science of 
Global Warming in New York next week.
See Global Warming to take a cold shower in New York
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Snowiest winter on record in the Northern Hemisphere

Here’s a great snowfall anomalies graph from Rutgers University. 
It goes from 1966 thru January 2008 and shows this winter as one 
of the snowiest on record in the Northern Hemisphere.
http://climate.rutgers.edu/snowcover/chart_anom.php?ui_set=1&ui_region=nhland&ui_month=1
Thanks to Chuck Clancy for this link
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Temperatures have been declining
in a zig zag fashion for 3,000 years
18 Feb 08 - "If the misuse and falsification of the scientific method that drives the human-caused global-warming mania succeeds, it will cause the greatest acts of human genocide the world has ever known. It must be stopped."
                    - Dr. Arthur Robinson
See Temperatures declining in a zig zag fashion

Arctic Sea Ice Sees 'Significant Increase' in Size
15 Feb 08 - There's an upside to the extreme cold temperatures
northern Canadians have endured in the last few weeks: scientists
say it's been helping winter sea ice grow across the Arctic.
See Arctic Sea Ice Sees 'Significant Increase' in Size
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Global Warming? New Data Shows Ice Is Back

19 Feb 08 - A Feb. 18 report in the London Daily Express showed that there is nearly 
a third more ice in Antarctica than usual, challenging the global warming crusaders and
 buttressing arguments of skeptics who deny that the world is undergoing global warming.
See Most snow cover since 1966
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Worldwide shortage of rice - prices soaring
21 Feb 08 - In the United States, wheat futures in Kansas City, Chicago 
and Minneapolis have surged to record highs on forecasts of tighter supplies 
and continued strong demand at home and abroad.
See Worldwide shortage of rice
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Freezing fish dying off Taiwan
- 23 Feb 08 - Up to 3,000 tonnes of fish 
have frozen to death in seas off Taiwan due to unseasonably cold weather.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/check/player/nol/newsid_7260000/newsid_7260200?
redirect =7260230.stm&news=1&nbram=1&nbwm=1&bbwm=1&bbram=1&asb=1

Thanks to Martyn Wakeman for this link
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Snow Crushes Church
23 Feb 08 - A Seward, Alaska, church crumbled to 
the ground under the weight of snow this week.
See Snow Crushes Church
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The Coming of a New Ice Age

21 Feb 08 - By Gerald E. Marsh 
Yet another dissenter of the church of global warming. 
If ever there was a consensus, it is about the next ice age!!

See The Coming of a New Ice Age
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Calm Sun, Cold Earth - 18 Feb 08 - "At the very moment the Earth is on the cusp 
of what is likely to be a very long cooling and possibly a full scale repeat of the last 
Ice Age, all the engines of government, nationally and internationally, are trying to 
inhibit the discovery, extraction, and use of energy reserves that will be needed to 
ope with climate changes that will impact millions and, ultimately, billions of people."
Great commentary by Alan Caruba.
See Calm Sun, Cold Earth
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Record snowfall sets Heavenly up for endless winter

South Lake Tahoe, CA/NV— 7 Feb 08 — Heavenly Mountain Resort received 
167 inches of snow in January - 14 feet! - marking the most snowfall in a single month 
since the resort began keeping snowfall data in the 1975-76 season.
See Record snowfall sets Heavenly up for endless winter
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Global temperatures drop precipitously
Fastest temperature change ever recorded

26 Feb 08 - Cooling temps nearly wipe out 100 Years of Global Warming. All four major global temperature tracking outlets (Hadley, NASA's GISS, UAH, RSS) have released updated data. All show that over the past year, global temperatures have dropped precipitously.
See Global temperatures drop precipitously

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Deep freeze in western Greenland

15 Feb 08 - The ice between Canada and southwestern 
Greenland has reached its highest level in 15 years.
See Most Ice in 15 Years

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Colorado ski towns grapple with too much snow
18 Feb 08 - Officials in Telluride, Colo., say it will take two months to clear 
away the enormous amount of snow on the streets of the ski resort town.
See Towns grapple with too much snow
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Severe cold kills more than 13,500 cattle in Vietnam
15 Feb 08 - To combat the cold snap, local officials asked farmers 
to put clothing on their animals, such as makeshift jackets and using their 
wood and straw reserves to guard cattle sheds against the cold wind.
See Severe cold kills more than 13,500 cattle in Vietnam

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Solar Activity Diminishes; Researchers 
Predict Another Ice Age

9 Feb 08 - During the Little Ice Age, global temperatures dropped sharply. New York Harbor froze hard enough to allow people to walk from Manhattan to Staten Island, and in Britain, people reported sighting eskimos paddling canoes off the coast. Glaciers in Norway grew up to 100 meters a year, destroying farms and villages.
See Global Cooling comes back in a big way

Typical sunspot compared to the earth. 

Enduring Tajikistan's coldest winter - Is this what Al Gore wants for you?
14 Feb 08 - Left without heat, electricity or running water, hundreds of thousands 
of people who are trying to survive the coldest winter Tajikistan has seen for decades.
See Enduring Tajikistan's coldest winter
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Too Much Ice: Polar Bears Starving
16 Feb 08 - Al Gore says the polar bear need more ice to survive... 
Now we have a lot of ice, but the polar bear is starving and find 
their food at the garbage dumps in towns.
See Too Much Ice
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Scientists worried about new ice age 

7 Feb 08 - The latest 11-year sunspot cycle has
been disturbingly quiet. This could signal the beginning
of what is known as a Maunder Minimum, an event that
occurs every couple of centuries and can last as long as
a century. The last such occurrence, known as The Little 
Ice Age, lead to massive crop failures, famine and death
in Northern Europe.
See Scientists worried about new ice age 
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Global Temps Went Flat in August 1997- 15 Feb 08 
My friend Dan Hammer at Climate Patrol has determined that global 
temperatures through the end of January 2008 went flat starting in August 
of 1997. The actual cooling trend started December 2000.
See the charts at:
http://www.climatepatrol.com/forum/18/3346/pg1/index.php
Thanks to Dan Hammer for this link
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800 Die in Afghan Winter 
12 Feb 08 - All that can be seen from the air is a vast and mountainous 
blanket of snow, where tens of thousands of animals have perished after 
the worst winter in living memory.
See 800 Die in Afghan Winter
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Destroying South Africa
- 11 Feb 08 - Read carefully. We could be next.
"South Africa is currently experiencing a national energy crisis. This is 
directly the result of the decision by the authorities to delay the construction 
of coal-fired power stations. We are now experiencing the consequences."
See Destroying South Africa
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Record cold in Minnesota: 40 below
11 Feb 08 - By late morning, the temperature in 
International Falls had made it to only 18 below zero
See Record Cold in Minnesota
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Today's snow could break record in Madison
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11 Feb 08 
Today's predicted snowfall in Madison, Wisconsin could put the 
winter of 2007-08 into the record books as Madison 's snowiest.
See Breaking Records in Madison
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January 2008 cooler than 20th century average

8 Feb 08 - January 2008 was the 49th coolest January in 114 years.
See January 2008 cooler than 20th century average
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150,000 Kashmir Pashmina goats face death in icy Himalayas
6 Feb 08 - The goats have been affected by a shortage of food because 
winter pastures have been covered by unexpected heavy snowfall.
See Kashmir goats face icy death
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223,000 houses flattened - Investors may want to weather-proof

3 Feb 08 - China’s recent weather sent a deep chill through mainland-related 
equities by dramatically exposing the frailties of China's quasi-market economy.
See 223,000 houses flattened
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Media Heighten Global Warming Hysteria

By Philip V. Brennan - 5 Feb 08 - The media  prefers to talk about "the climate" 
and castigate anybody who has the effrontery to dismiss the whole climate change 
thing as a dangerous hoax. This is nothing short of criminal conduct. 
See Global Warming Hysteria
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Extreme
cold grounds flights at Yellowknife airport
4 Feb 08 -  Temperatures in the city have hovered between -35 C and -45 C 
since last Sunday, conditions that officials said were extraordinary.
See Extreme cold grounds flights at Yellowknife airport
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Six More Weeks of Winter

2 Feb 08 - Great commentary by Alan Caruba
See Six More Weeks of Winter
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Oregon Town Buried Under 13 Feet Of Snow
- Detroit, Oregon, has 
declared a snow emergency.  It has been snowing constantly for six weeks. 
See Oregon Town Buried
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Idahna, Oregon buried in snow - 4 Feb 08 
See Record Low Temperatures across the United States
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Passenger train remains stranded by snow in Sierra Nevada mountains
2 Feb 08 - See Passenger train stranded by snow
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Dozens killed in Iran blizzards - 9 Jan 08 - At least 28 people are reported to have died in Iran's heaviest snowfall in recent years. Eight people froze to death as severe blizzards left 40,000 people stranded in their cars, authorities said.

How come our newspapers aren’t reporting these things?
See Dozens killed in Iran blizzards

Russian Scientist says Earth could soon face new Ice Age
22 Jan 08 - "By the mid-21st century the planet will face another Little Ice Age, 
similar to the Maunder Minimum, because the amount of solar radiation hitting 
the Earth has been constantly decreasing since the 1990s and will reach its 
minimum approximately in 2041." 
See Brace Ourselves for New Ice Age
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About the same latitude as Havana - Reader Kenneth Lund says that Hong Kong is actually beneath the Tropic of Cancer, about the same latitude or slightly north of Havana. So you could say that the snow near Hong Kong is like having snow in Key West! Truly mind boggling!

About the same latitude as Miami, Florida
A reader from Ireland  wrote to complain about the picture of the snow-covered palm trees in China (below), and  to remind me that palm trees grow in areas that get snow.

I agree. Remember, however, that one of the worst-hit cities is southern Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province that borders Hong Kong - about the same latitude as Miami, Florida.

This is not an area built or equipped to handle snow. This is why more than 100,000 homes have collapsed under the weight of the snow. This is why the crops have been wrecked. 

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So much snow that I-90 is still shut down!
2 Feb 08 - Washington state's main east-west traffic route across the 
Cascades has been closed for all but six hours since Tuesday morning. 

See I-90 shill shut down 
 

Snow-covered palm trees
Hey Robert,

I'm not one to get too excited about photos in the news but this one had something rather unusual. It is a photo from a CNN news story about the snow in China. If you aren't paying close attention this picture looks pretty normal. But if you look a bit closer you'll see the trees in the background appear to be palm trees. These are palms right?
Thanks to Dan Hammer for this note and photo
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Idaho avalanches hit four houses
29 Jan 08 - In Ketchum, officials urged residents in some slide-prone areas about a mile west of the city not to stay in their homes. 
See Idaho avalanches hit four houses

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Record Snow in the Cascades ... for the second time in ten years

 - 22 Jan 08 - Record snowfall this season has built up the potential for
huge spring avalanches - See Record Snow in the Cascades
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Antarctic ice grows to record levels
13 Sep 07 - While the Antarctic Peninsula area has warmed in recent years and ice near it diminished during the Southern Hemisphere summer, the interior of Antarctica has been colder and ice elsewhere has been more extensive and longer lasting,
See Antarctic ice grows to record levels
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Weather Channel Founder: Global Warming ‘Greatest Scam in History’

7 Nov 07 - "It is the greatest scam in history. I am amazed, appalled and highly offended by it. Global Warming; It is a SCAM."
See Global Warming ‘Greatest Scam in History’
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Solar Scientist Says Next Ice Age Overdue 
7 Jul 07 - Solar scientist says world will cool between now and 2030.
See Solar Scientist Says Next Ice Age Overdue
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Ice returns as Greenland temperatures plummet
16 Jan 08 - A brutal cold snap is raging across Greenland. 
See Greenland Temperatures Plummet
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Deep snow places snowmobilers dangerously close to overhead power lines

24 Jan 08 See Snowmobilers dangerously close to overhead power lines
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1,033 houses toppled by snow in China
Biggest ever snowfall in Yuexi County in the capital Hefei
Cuts off all highways in province of Shanxi.

20 Jan 08 - See 1,033 houses toppled by snow
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Many Afghanis dying, not from the Taliban but from the cold
21 Jan 08 - Eye-opening email from one of my readers
See Many Afghanis dying not from Taliban but from cold
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Solar maximum cycle has begun
- 4 Jan 08 
As of Friday, a magnetically reversed, high-latitude 
sunspot emerged on the surface of the sun.
See Solar maximum cycle has begun
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Rare Snowfall in Saratoga, California
21 Jan 08 - Hallie Faust, 5, plays during a rare snowfall in Saratoga, California
http://news.yahoo.com/nphotos/slideshow/photo/
/080121/480/b838d07683ef4a24a2a8d32ad6434e6e/
Thanks to Craig Adkins for this link
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Emergency warning for Siberia as temperatures plunge
16 Jan 08 - Expected temperatures of as low as minus 55C (minus 67F) 
prompt weather warnings from Russia's Emergency Situations Ministry
See Siberian Temperatures Plunge
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Heavy snowfall blankets global warming protest
17 Jan 08 - "A heavy snowfall blanketed a global warming protest outside the State House in Annapolis this morning
See Snowy Protest
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Severe cold kills 15,000 animals - 13 Jan 08 - Afghanistan, Iran and a number of other central Asian countries hit by severe cold.
See Severe cold kills 15,000 animals

 

Arctic Ice Freezing at Record Rate
12 Dec 07 - Some 58,000 square miles of ice formed per
day for 10 days in late October and early November, a new record.
See Arctic Ice Freezing at Record Rate
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New solar cycle has begun 10 Jan 08 - On January 4,
a reversed-polarity sunspot appeared, signaling the start
of Solar Cycle 24.
See New solar cycle has begun 
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The spin begins - Snow in Baghdad must have been caused by global warming
11 Jan 08 - See Baghdad Spin

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Temperatures way below normal in Mexico
Great email from a reader in Mexico
12 Jan 08 - See Temperatures way below normal in Mexico
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Britain faces one of its bitterest winters for 100 years
31 Dec 07 - Temperatures are set to plummet to -17C (1.4F),
forecasters warned last night. The New Year will begin with a
freezing cold snap that will sweep across the country, causing
"havoc" in its wake. 
See Britain faces one of its bitterest winters for 100 years
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The sun is blank - no sunspots
- 26 Dec 07 
Could this be the beginning of a cooling trend?
See The sun is blank - no sunspots 

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Get Ready for Global Cooling
- 19 Dec 07 
There is growing evidence that the sun itself - the giver of all energy to the 
planet - plays a major role in the warming and cooling of the planet.
See Get Ready for Global Cooling
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Washington snowfall this season could break record
7 Jan 08 - If the current weather holds out, snowfall could match 
or break the historical record set in 1998-99 when the last strong 
La Niña rolled in from the Pacific Ocean.
See Snowfall this season could break record
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"Stock up on fur coats and felt boots"
"Physical and mathematical calculations predict a new Ice Age."
3 Jan 08 - See Stock up on fur coats
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Br-r-r! Where did global warming go?

Great op/ed piece by Jeff Jacoby in the Boston Globe
6 Jan 08 - A funny thing happened on the way to the 
planetary hot flash: Much of the planet grew bitterly cold.
See Br-r-r! Where did global warming go?
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"Condition Red" Snow Emergency in Spokane, WA
9 Jan 08 - So much snow has fallen on the Spokane area in the past 
two days that the city declared a 'condition red' snow emergency.
See Condition Red Snow in Spokane
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Antarctic Snowfall Has Doubled Since 1850 
21 Jan 08 - "Snow accumulation has been rising like a rocket. "Annual
accumulation has more than doubled in the last 150 years," the authors state.
See Antarctic Snowfall Has Doubled Since 1850

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Which one flight per year will you take?
Will you fly to your mother's funeral? Or to your sister's wedding? 
How will you feel, when some pinched-faced bureaucrat in Brussels 
snarls that you can't take your kids on that long-awaited vacation 
to Disneyland ... while your neighbor flies off to Switzerland to 
pose naked in front of a glacier?
Are you ready for rationing?
See Which one flight per year will you take?
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Links to the video The Great Global Warming Swindle
If educators truly want to offer a balanced education, any school 
that has shown An Inconvenient Truth to it’s students should give 
them the opportunity to see this video

See Global Warming Swindle
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New Year Snow In Teheran, Iran
- 5 Jan 08
See New Year Snow in Teheran
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Cold snap causes iguanas to drop from trees
4 Jan 08 - The cold-blooded reptiles go into a deep sleep when the 
temperature falls into the 40s and they lose their grip on the tree.

See Iguanas drop from trees
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Changes in the Sun’s Surface to Bring Next Climate Change

2 Jan 08 - Lack of sunspots to bring extended period of deep cold to the planet
See Lack of Sunspots
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Snow in Florida. Would I kid you?
3 Jan 07 - How is that possible? After all, Al Gore says the Earth is rapidly 
warming and Florida is going to be under water any day now. 
See Snow in Florida
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Snow Flurries Possible In Central Florida During Hard Freeze
If we don’t get control of global warming we’ll all freeze to death
2 Jan 08 - See Hard Freeze in central Florida
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Record snow wallops Michigan, Northeast hit again

1 Jan 08 - A fast-moving New Year’s Day storm dumped more than a foot 
of snow on southeastern Michigan, and threatened to do the same in New England.
See Record snow wallops Michigan
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IPCC science a base and evil lie
- 1 Jan 07 
"The ‘science’ the IPCC keeps citing as ‘unequivocal’ is a lie, 
a base and evil lie." John Brignell, PhD
http://www.ilovemycarbondioxide.com/letters/Global_Warming_in_2008.pdf
Thanks to Hans Schreuder for this link
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December snow piling up in Chicago
29 Dec 07 -More than double 30-year average
See December snow piling up
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Antarctic Trek Snowed Out by "Storm of the Century"
Twenty years-worth of snow in ten days - 28 Dec 07
See Antarctic Trek Snowed Out
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More Evidence for No Net Warming 
the Last 70 Years
25 Dec 07 - Data from more than 1000 climate stations shows little (0.21F) in in the way of net warming since the last cyclical peak in 1930. Binghamton, NY, actually shows a cooling of 2.67F over the period.
See No Net Warming

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Gore Accuses 30 scientists on list of
400 of receiving funding from Exxon Mobile

21 Dec 07 - (If you can’t dispute the facts, attack the messenger)
See Gore Accuses Scientists
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Snowiest New England December in more than a decade
- 21 Dec 07 
Arizona – "Come up and enjoy the wonderful snow!"
- 20 Dec 07
See Record Low Temperatures across the United States
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More Than 400 Prominent Scientists Dispute
Man-Made Global Warming Claims 
Senate Report Debunks "Consensus"

20 Dec 07 - More than 400 prominent scientists 
from more than two dozen countries recently voiced
significant objections to major aspects of the so-called
"consensus" on man-made global warming. 
See 400 Prominent Scientists
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Year of Global Cooling - 19 Dec 07 
People worldwide are being reminded of what used to be common sense: 
Cold temperatures are inimical to human welfare and warm weather is beneficial. 
See Year of Global Cooling
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Deicing Salt Supplies Running Short
20 Dec 07 - Midwest Snow and Ice Storms Sap Supply
See Deicing Salt Supplies Running Short
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Global cooling triggers wars and population decline
21 Nov 07 - New study reveals that during the Little Ice Age, the number 
of wars increased, famine occurred and the population declined.
See Global cooling triggers wars and population decline
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Southern Hemisphere Ice Cover Remains Well Above Normal

9 Dec 07 - The next ice age may have already started in the southern hemisphere!
See Southern Hemisphere Ice Cover Well Above Normal
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New Study Explodes Human-Global Warming Story
  
(And adds to what I’ve been saying all along) - 10 Dec 07 
Blockbuster report published in prestigious scientific journal 
insists that climate warming is both natural and unstoppable 
and that carbon dioxide is not a pollutant.
See New Study Explodes Human-Global Warming Story
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Best December snow for 20 years?

French locals skiing in waist-deep powder
See Best December snow for 20 years?
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Pope Condemns Climate Change Prophets

11 Dec 07 - "Pope Benedict XVI has launched a surprise attack on climate change prophets of doom, warning them that any solutions to global warming must be based on firm evidence and not on dubious ideology..
See Pope Condemns Climate Change Prophets
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Attempting to Stop Global Warming is Futile and a Mistake,
says letter to the UN
15 Dec 07 - Global warming is a natural phenomenon that has
affected humanity through the ages and it is not possible to stop
climate change. 
See Letter to UN
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Bali High, Kansas Low
12 Dec 07 - Ten thousand representatives gather all-expenses paid in this tropical paradise to discuss global warming while Kansas, Missouri and much of the Central Plains stagger under an ice storm that has killed more the 30 people.
See Bali High, Kansas Low
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Climate warming better explained by solar variability

10 Dec 07 - An inconvenient new peer-reviewed study published 
in the December 2007 issue of the International Journal of Climatology.
See
Climate warming better explained by solar variability
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Ice coats nation’s midsection - Weather blamed for 17 deaths
 
11 Dec 07 - See Ice coats nation's midsection
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Dishonest political tampering with the science on global warming
by Nobel Peace Prize Winner Christopher Monckton, Denpasar, Bali
"I profoundly disagree on fundamental scientific grounds with both the 
IPCC and my co-laureate's alarmist movie
See Dishonest Political Tampering
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Do Humans Really Make a Difference?
25 Oct 07 - Here’s a great graphic showing human contribution 
to CO2 levels compared to nature’s contributions
http://www.ilovemycarbondioxide.com/graphic.html
Thanks to Hans Schreuder for this graph
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Mother Nature's Letter to Al Gore - 5 Dec 07
Dear Mr. Gore: Keeping things on an even keel around here keeps me pretty busy and I ordinarily don't pay any attention to the comings and goings of individual tenants on my planet, but lately your frenzied activities with all this silly global warming stuff has gotten just a bit much for me to ignore.
See Mother Nature's Letter to Al Gore by Phil Brennan
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Blast from the Past?
Coldest winter in 15 years, 
Environment Canada says
 

See Coldest Winter in 15 Years
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Chinese tiger has nothing in tank 
28 Nov 07 - "China is running out of fuel.
See Chinese tiger has nothing in tank
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Record Snowfall in North Dakota - 4 Dec 07
But USA Today's headline blandly announces 
"North Dakota getting more wintry weather" 
See Record Snowfall in North Dakota
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Two feet of snow overnight, 
and it's still coming down -
2 Dec 07
See Washington Ski Areas
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Temperatures on strong downward trend - 3 Dec 07 
See http://www.ilovemycarbondioxide.com/Temp.html
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Earliest opening in the history of Kitzbuehel, Austria
- 9 Nov 07
Kitzbuhel ski resort opened some of its runs on November 10th, six 
weeks ahead of schedule, and the earliest in its history.
See Earliest opening in the history of Kitzbuehel
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Earliest severe winter weather in decades across Europe
5,000 cars stranded by heavy snow - 18 Nov 07 
See Earliest severe winter weather in decades 
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Whistler/Blackcomb Ski Area opens early
16 Nov 07 - See Whistler Ski Area Opens Early
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The High Cost of the Global Warming Scam
Another great article by Phillip Brennan
See High Cost of Global Warming Scam

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'Planet saving' madness
25 Nov 07 - Mr. Brown's only concrete proposal seems to be his plan to ban plastic bags, whatever they have to do with global warming (while his government also plans a near-doubling of flights out of Heathrow).
See 'Planet saving' madness
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Polar bears in danger? Is this some kind of joke?
12 Nov 07 - Why don’t polar bears eat penguins? Because their paws are too big to get the wrappers off, obviously.
See Polar bears in danger? Is this some kind of joke?.
Thanks to Jimmy Walter for this comic

Forget Warming - Beware the Next Ice Age  
5 June 07  - The world is about to enter another ice age, says
George Kukla, a pioneer in the field of astronomical forcing.
See Beware The Next Ice Age

 

Sun-loving seal swims 1,000 miles to Spain (Maybe he knows something)
16 Nov 07 - Sahara the hooded seal has been found in Spain, 1,000 miles away from his sub-zero Arctic waters.
See Sahara the Seal

Lowest November temps in Buenos Aires in 90 years
16 Nov 07 - Residents of Argentina and Brazil wonder 
if this winter will ever end.  
See Lowest temperatures in Buenos Aires in 90 years
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Unexpected Snow in the U.K.
19 Nov 07 - Snow fell across most of central England with Derbyshire's Peak District the worst affected.
See Unexpected Snow in the UK
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NASA Debunks Part of Global Warming Myth Will Media Report It?
14 Nov 07 - Is NASA filled with climate change deniers?
NASA Debunks Part of Global Warming Myth

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Indonesia's volcanoes rumble to life

6 Nov 07 - With no fewer than four volcanoes suddenly 
rumbling to life and boiling water spilling a crater lake, we 
wonder what is heating our seas?.
See Indonesia's volcanoes rumble to life
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Skeptics Shed Needed Light on Truth
2 Nov 07 - Skeptics are not the enemy. On the contrary, they 
are crucial to science because they help us search for truth.
See Skeptics Shed Needed Light on Truth
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Peach trees wiped out in North Carolina? - 11 Nov 07 
Here are a few more comments from a reader about the NC growing season.
See North Carolina Growing Season One Month Shorter than Usual
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Hoodwinking the public - 7 Nov 07 - 
The Dutch Meteorological Institute adds strong upward 
trend lines where they shouldn't be.
See Hoodwinking the public
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Skeptical Senator Inhofe speaks on global warming

See Video 
http://www.accuweather.com/global-warming/headline-earth.asp?video=20070320HEADLINE11&category=headline_earth

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Bogotá hailstorm buries dozens of cars
4 Nov 07 -
What's Happening in Other Parts of the World
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Historic floods in southern Mexico 
- 100 percent of crops lost
- 3 Nov 07   
What's Happening in Other Parts of the World
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.Zimbabwe Running Out of Bread
1 Oct 07 - Reports from Zimbabwe say bakeries have run out of flour and there will be no bread in the foreseeable future.
See Zimbabwe Running Out of Bread


"The world will run out of wheat"
 3 Nov 07 - One of my readers sent me a report 
from General Mills saying those exact words.
See The world will run out of wheat
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U.S. Food Supplies
- 19 Oct 07
Last week on the George Noory show I said that "we’ll be fighting 
in the streets for food long before we’re buried in ice."  I just received 
an email from a reader that sums it up better than I did.
See US Food Supplies
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U.N. Scientist Rejects Nobel Prize Share, Denounces Climate Alarmism
1 Nov 07 - Reminds us that winter sea ice around the Antarctic continent set
a record maximum last month
See Scientist Rejects Nobel Prize Share
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The Global Warming Hucksters
29 Oct 07 - The huckster arrives in town, tells all the rubes that disaster impends 
for them and their families, but says there may be one last chance they can be saved 
– but it will take a lot of money. 
See Global Warming Hucksters
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Global Warming Debunked
30 Oct 07 - Despite the oft-repeated claim that the science is settled 
that man-made global warming is threatening the planet, a number of 
top members of the scientific community across the globe vehemently 
disagree.
See Global Warming Debunked
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Will sunspot minima lead to the next Little Ice Age?
30 Oct 07 - "We are in a sunspot minima, and forecasters 
seem to be unable to get the sun to cooperate with their predictions
See Sunspot Minima
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Austrian ski resort opens one month early
26 Oct 07 - Schladming-Dachstein, part of Austria’s Ski
amadé resort and ski region, was originally set to open on
November 24, but due to early snowfalls it's winter opening
was moved up a month.
See Austrian ski resort opens one month early

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Time to Ditch Kyoto, experts urge

24 Oct 07 - "It is time for a radical rethink on climate change, 
says a report in the journal Nature this week.
See Time to Ditch Kyoto
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Heating Costs to Jump This Winter
9 Oct 07 - It’s also going to be colder
See Heating Costs to Jump this Winter
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UN Scientist calls for abolition of IPCC
Describes IPCC methods as "a swindle," "phony," "unsound," "flawed."
See IPCC a Swindle
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Ivy League geologists mock Gore's film & Nobel Prize:

Ocean level is only going up 1.8 mm per year - less than the thickness 
of one nickel. How long would it take for sea levels to 20 feet? At the 
present rate, it's going to take 3,500 years to get up there.
See Ivy League geologists mock Gore's film
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"I am happy to be branded a heretic"
22 Oct 07 – Well-known UK scientist David Bellamy takes a stand
See Branded a Heretic
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Gore’s theories "ridiculous"
Expect a period of cooling
- 14 Oct 07 - One of the world's 
foremost meteorologists has called Al Gore's theories "ridiculous". 
Instead, we can expect a period of cooling.
See Gore theories ridiculous
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IPCC Model is flawed
To argue that the warming ambient temperature of our atmosphere
caused our oceans to evaporate is nothing short of facile.
See IPCC Model is flawed
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Unseasonal Snow Storms Take Seven Lives in Mongolia 
11 Oct 07 - Such violent storms in early October are not common 
in the relatively warm regions of the country.
See Unseasonal Snow Storms in Mongolia.
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High Court Judge attacks nine errors in Gore's 'alarmist' climate change film
Calls it 'one-sided', 'alarmist' and 'exaggerated',
See Gore's Nine Errors
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"It is about control of your lives"
16 Jul 07 - We’ve seen all this thuggery before in human history, from the burning of witches, the French Revolution, the brutal monarchs, humiliations of Galileo, Semmelweis, and the destruction, deprivation, and despair of hundreds of millions under Marxism.
See Control of Your Life


"I don't like the word 'balance', says ABC News reporter

ABC News Global Warming Reporter Bill Blakemore said he rejects ‘balance’ in order to justify excluding any skeptics of manmade catastrophic global warming from his reporting. 
See I don't like the word 'balance'

 
Stop the Global Warming Campaign Now

4 Oct 07 - Another great article by Phillip Brennan
See Headlong Rush Toward Global Marxist System


South Africa: Navigation Warning After Iceberg Sighting
9 Oct 07 - The National Sea and Rescue Institute issued a navigational 
warning to all ships passing near St Francis Bay in the Eastern Cape, 
following a report of an iceberg.
See South Africa Iceberg Sighting


Warming Deep-Sea Temperatures Ended Last Ice Age 
Study Validates My Theories
See Warming Deep-Sea Temperatures Ended Last Ice Age 


Where are the Hurricanes?
-8 Oct 07 - 
Where are all the hurricanes that "global warming" is supposed to create? 
See Where are the Hurricanes?


A short video showing yet another global warming lie

The heart-wrenching photo of the polar bear "stranded" on the 
melting ice was taken in August. In the summer! 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKAC4kfHruQ
Thanks to Mike Williams in Australia for this link


Catholic Cardinal Debunks Climate Fears

Increases in carbon dioxide follow the changes in 
temperature rather than cause it
See Catholic Cardinal Debunks Climate Fears


Prepare for Dangerous Global Cooling

"It is global cooling, not warming, that is the major climate threat to the world, 
especially Canada. As a country at the northern limit to agriculture in the world, 
it would take very little cooling to destroy much of our food crops."
See Prepare for Dangerous Global Cooling


Washington Post Reporter Admits number of Skeptics 'Expanding'
In recent months, [MIT’s Richard] Lindzen's circle of allies has appeared 
to be expanding rather than shrinking.
See Washington Post Reporter Admits 
 

Entire island aglow with lava - 1 Oct 07 
2,150-degree magma pouring into the sea … 
and we wonder why the seas are warming?

See Yemen Volcano Erupts



Sacrifice Our Way of Life for Nothing
"While all this hype is going on about Global Warming, no one 
is preparing for a potentially catastrophic cool change.
See Sacrifice Our Way of Life for Nothing

 

No increase in surface global temperature since 1998
In fact, there could be headed into a cooling, "perhaps to the level of the cold Maunder minimum in the 17th century. "
See Professor Bob Carter


Mt. Blanc Glaciers Refuse to Shrink
"Geodetic measurements carried out in 1905 and 2005 on the highest ice fields of the Mont Blanc range indicate small thickness changes and show that these very high-elevation glaciated areas have not been significantly affected by climate change over the last 100 years."
See Mt Blank Glaciers Refuse to Shrink

Reports of Record Arctic Ice Melt Disgracefully Ignore History 
9 Sep 07 - See Reports of Record Arctic Ice Melt Disgracefully Ignore History


$720,000 from George Soros - $250,00 from Teresa Heinz Kerry 
Al Gores’ top scientific adviser -So much for unbiased scientific inquiry
See Unbiased Scientific Inquiry

 
Global Warming Not Affected by Man 

25 Sep 07 - Another great article by Phillip Brennan
See Global Warming Not Affected by Man 


Less Than Half of all Published Scientists
Endorse Global Warming Theory

4 Sep 07 - Papers do not support claims that it's 
human-caused or will have catastrophic impact.
See No Scientific Consensus


U.S. Scientist Sees New Ice Age Coming

19 Sep 07 - This chilling conclusion came from a
colleague of James Hansen's at the National Aeronautics
and Space Administration (NASA).
See U.S. Scientist Sees New Ice Age Coming


No Global Warming in Antarctica
15 Sep 07 - "It's hard to see a global-warming signal from the 
mainland of Antarctica right now," says head of Polar Meteorology 
Group at the Byrd Polar Research Center
See No Global Warming in Antarctica


Re-freeze begins in Arctic seas
22 Sep 07 - Arctic ice now covers 1.61 million 
square miles, up from 1.59 million on September 16.
See Re-freeze Begins


No Scientific Consensus on Global Warming Claims

4 Sep 07 - Papers do not support claims that it's 
human-caused or will have catastrophic impact.
See No Scientific Consensus


Cows must leave mountain meadows early

Many dairy farmers in Tyrol are taking hasty measures to move their cows
from high-mountain meadows where they have been grazing since June to
lower areas as the first outbreak of cold weather afflicts the province.
See Cows must leave early


Hundreds of Scientists Debunk Man-Made Global Warming Fears

14 Sep 07 -
More than 500 scientists have published evidence 
refuting at least one element of current man-made global warming scares.
See
Hundreds of Scientists


CBS Ignores Study Casting Doubt on Global Warming
"Instead of creating more clouds, individual tropical warming cycles that 
served as proxies for global warming saw a decrease in the coverage of 
heat-trapping cirrus clouds, says Dr. Roy Spencer, a principal research 
scientist in UA Huntsville's Earth System Science Center.
See CBS Ignores Study


Global Dimming

Here’s another great e-mail from a reader
"
Last night, PBS aired a Nova documentary named "Global Dimming". 
The product was filled with scientists flying around the world in search 
of the cause of our planet not heating up into a fireball based on
their assertions of temperature rise."
See Global Dimming


Four times as many monster earthquakes as normal
14 Sep 07 - Here’s a great email from a reader concerning 
yesterday’s earthquake in Sumatra
See Four times as many monster earthquakes as normal


Shocking reversal by global warming doomsayer
"The good news is that the Earth itself is in no danger," 
Professor James Lovelock.is quoted as saying.
See Shocking reversal by global warming doomsayer

Virus becomes new suspect in bee disappearance
6 Sep 07 - Scientists have found a new prime suspect in the deaths of about a quarter of America's honeybees, a mystery that could take a multibillion-dollar toll on the nation's agricultural industry.
See Virus New Bee Suspect

Global Warming or Global Governance?
Hear how global governance puts global institutions that are not accountable
to the American people in control of every aspect of our economy. The U.S. 
government is very close to making this a reality. Very close. Every American, 
every citizen of the world, needs to hear the other side of the global warming story.
See Global Governance


Icebergs spotted by fishing boat crew  
4 Sep 07 - The crew spotted four icebergs east of Bounty Island, 
333 km closer to New Zealand than the icebergs they saw last year.
One iceberg appeared to be 100 meters high (the equivalent of a 
33 story building) and more than 500 meters long.
See New Zealand Icebergs


Climate models are rubbish, says physicist
14 Aug 07 - British-born physicist Freeman Dyson pours scorn 
on "the holy brotherhood of climate model experts and the crowd 
of deluded citizens who believe the numbers predicted by the 
computer models".
See Climate Models are Rubbish
 

The Year the Global Warming Hoax Died
Another great commentary by Alan Caruba
4 Sep 07 - "If the atmosphere was a 100 story building, our annual anthropogenic (man-made) CO2 contribution today would be equivalent to the linoleum on the first floor." - Meteorologist Joseph D’Aleo
See Global Warming Hoax Dies
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