Monthly Archives: November 2011

Volcanic and Seismic Awakening of Pan-America

Robert Felix writes at Ice Age Now: “The seismic and volcanic awakening of Pan-America is now well underway,” says this article on the Extinction Protocol. The whole region is becoming more violent as geological forces increase plate pressures on the … Continue reading

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Volcano Update El Hierro and Katla

Russ Steele El Hierro is becoming more active and Katla is growing quiet. It makes me wonder it the two events are some how connected. More details at the Vulcanism Navigation button above.

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THE NORTHERN U.S. AND NORTHERN EUROPE ARE COOLING

Russ Steele Long Range Weather is listed in the links above. Here is an interesting look at current climate changes (my emphasis added): By Climatologist Cliff Harris According to recent studies by the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature team of scientists … Continue reading

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Arctic Oscillation: Meet El Niño’s Cold Cousin | Farmers Almanac

Russ Steele We have had two wild winters in a row and now the Framer Almanac is predicting another. If this trend continues for multiple years, this is how Little Ice Ages start, a long sequence of wild wet winters. … Continue reading

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Russian Scientist Predicts The Next Grand Minimum

Robert Felix writes at Ice Age Now: Russian scientist predicts 100 years of cooling. In a study of cyclic behavior of the Sun, Russian scientists now predict 100 years of cooling. These are not just any scientists. This forecast comes … Continue reading

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Volcano Updates

Update (11-12-11): El Hierro Volcano, Canary Islands and more on Iceland’s  Katla, with multiple 3+ Quakes over the last week.  Details under the Vulcanism Tab above.  

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Life with out energy is short and brutal

Russ Steele I have been reading Brian Fagan’s Little Ice Age: How Climate Made History. My first post is HERE. Paul Homewood has also been reading Fagan’s book and has drafted series of essays on his blog “Not a lot … Continue reading

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