Monthly Archives: May 2012

Weather Prediction to Address LIA Weather Patterns

Russ Steele Piers Corbyn, Astrophysicist of WeatherAction.com said: “After studying weather developments in the last two months we have introduced some modifications to our Solar Lunar Action Technique. SLAT7a – which was about improving selection of detailed look-backs using lunar … Continue reading

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Nicola Scafetta – Sun is Entering a Grand Minimum

Russ Steele David Whitehouse Interviews Nicola Scafetta, a scientist at Duke University and at the Active Cavity Radiometer Solar Irradiance Monitor Lab which is associated with the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, at the Global Warming Policy Foundation web … Continue reading

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The Earth Warms and Cools Naturally – And Now It Is Cooling

Russ Steele Geologist, Don Easterbrook, on the science that shows the earth warms and cools naturally and the frustration with climate change alarmists who refuse to allow debate on global warming. Easterbrook mentions both the Maunder and Dalton Minimums. HERE … Continue reading

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Steady weakening of Sun’s energy can affect Earth

PUNE: A recent research by the Radio Astronomy Centre, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics (NCRA) of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) has found that there has been a steady weakening of the Sun’s magnetic field and its associated … Continue reading

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Predictions that We Are On Cusp of the Next Grand Minimum

Russ Steele David Archibald has an interesting post at Watts Up With That titled: Premonitions of the Fall (in temperature). The part that most intrigued me was the discussion of the research by Libby and Pandolfi who based their forecast of … Continue reading

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Last Ice Age arrived in just six MONTHS

by Robert Felix, writing at Ice Age Now ‘It would be the equivalent of taking Britain and moving it to the Arctic over the space of a few months.’ It took just six months for a warm and sunny Europe … Continue reading

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We could be at the doorsteps of another Ice Age

Russ Steele Robert at Ice Age Now has posted an article that supports the idea that we are on the cusp of the next grand minimum.  Appreciate your feedback. We could be at the doorsteps of another Ice Age By … Continue reading

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One the Cusp: For 10 Year, Winters are Becoming Colder — GISS Data

Peppe Caridi writing at MetroWeb.eu: After the issuance of the GISS global data for the winter quarter from December to February 2011-2012, from a first superficial analysis that catches the eye more than any other defect, is like the winters … Continue reading

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On the Cusp: Fruit Orchards Across Nation Dealing with Late Frost

Russ Steele This is a summery from Tom Nelson’s Blog Weather bruises fruit crop | Local | News | Chatham Daily News CEDAR SPRINGS – Damage is still being assessed, but fruit farmers across Chatham-Kent report extensive losses from killer … Continue reading

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On the Cusp: Heavy Frost Hits Canada Prairies

Russ Steele Canola growers pondering their next steps after heavy frost hit some regions of the Prairies over the weekend will need to wait a few days for some of the answers, the Canola Council of Canada suggests. Some canola-growing … Continue reading

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