Monthly Archives: October 2011

New Satellite Data Contradicts Carbon Dioxide Climate Theory (Updated)

Russ Steele [Editors Note: The original link to this story has been updated. The story was pulled from Suite1o1.com. Details on why this story was removed from the Internet can be found HERE.] Conventional wisdom and dodgy climate change models … Continue reading

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Canada Free Press: Is An Ice Age Coming?

Jack Dini, writing in the Canada Free Press: US solar physicists announced in June 2011 that the Sun appears to be headed into a lengthy spell of low activity, which could mean that the Earth—far from facing a global warming … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the BEST Project

Russ Steele The Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature (BEST) project has received a lot of interest in the lame stream press and on the lefty blogs making all kinds of claims the BEST press releases support human caused climate change.  Well … Continue reading

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Cooling Trends

Russ Steele In a discussion of computer model temperature prediction accuracy,  Dr Don J. Easterbrook, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA concluded that Hansen’s computer models were not standing up the reality.  More details HERE. Here is reality overlaid on the … Continue reading

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On the brink: Tremors increase at Anak Krakatau to 5,000 a day | The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond

October 22, 2011 – SUMATRA, Indonesia –Several earthquakes have struck near south Sumatra of the 5.0 and 5.1 magnitude range today- making a tense situation on the volcanically-dotted archipelago potentially even more volatile. The Anak Krakatau volcano is showing signs … Continue reading

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Rapidly Inflating Volcano Creates Growing Mystery

Russ Steele The geological record tells us that the earth has experienced the eruption of Supervolcanoes in the past. Yellowstone was one in the Northern Hemisphere. The Yellowstone Supervolcano produced three supereruptions eruptions from the Yellowstone hotspot. The three super … Continue reading

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Greenland Temperatures Declining For 80 Years | Real Science

Steven Goddard posted the following at Real Science: http://data.giss.nasa.gov/ via Greenland Temperatures Declining For 80 Years | Real Science.

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Abrupt, Severe Climate Change Over Past 3,000 Years Recorded By Iceland Glacier Lake, Scientists Discover

Russ Steele The issue of abrupt climate change is of interest to the Next Grand Minimum.  A solar minimum played a role in the on set of the Little Ice Age. Larsen et al. performed multiple analysis of sediment cores … Continue reading

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NCEP ensemble forecast shows deep La Niña coming | Watts Up With That?

NCEP ensemble forecast shows deep La Niña coming.  Posted  by Anthony Watts at WUWT: . . . have a look at the ensemble forecast, updated yesterday. The average line which has now dipped “off the scale” of the graphic from February-March … Continue reading

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Violent Volcano Eruption on Kamchatka Peninsula.

Russ Steele There are reports of a violent volcanic eruption of Mount Shiveluch on Russia’s Far Eastern Kamchatka Peninsula. Smoke and ash from the volcano have climbed to 10 kilometres, sparking no-fly warnings for the surrounding area. Snow around the … Continue reading

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