Category Archives: Weather

Has the Sun gone to sleep?

Here is a BBC Video discussing the possibility of a Maunder Minimum: Check out the video link HERE. Following are excerpts from the video, thanks to Ice Age Now: “Scientists are saying that the Sun is in a phase of … Continue reading

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Review: The West Without Water (Edited)

I was in Mendocino at the Gallery Bookshop when I spotted The West Without Water by B. Lynn Ingram and Francis Malamud-Roam on a shelf reserved for environmental books, one of the larger categories in this excellent book shop in … Continue reading

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Record Snows in the Pacific Northwest in 2019-2020

Author: Climatologist Cliff Harris Published: 3/14/2014 Climatologist Cliff Harris has been often rated as one of the top ten climatologists in the world for nearly 4 decades. Cliff Harris’ long-range weather forecasts have been used by high-ranking government officials and … Continue reading

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Cooling Kills, Prepare for More Cold!

Media outlets other than climate change blogs are beginning to take notice that we maybe in for some multi-year cold spells. This is from Tom Harris and Dr. Madhav Khandekar writing at PJ Media In the past few years we … Continue reading

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Continued Cold Puts Food Supply at Risk

One of the consequences of a Grand Minimum coupled with a Little Ice Age is the long term impact on food production. As the cool settles in and the ground freezes food-producing land becomes scarcer, food-growing seasons become shorter, and … Continue reading

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Yes, it is Going to Get Colder – Add More Antifreeze.

Fritz Vahrenholt and Frank Bosse have released their November solar activity report. The sun in November 2013: You’re going to have to add more antifreeze This paper has been translated and edited by P Gosselin at the No Trick Zone.  … Continue reading

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Are Late Freezes in Southern Hemisphere Indicators of Things to Come

Argentina : Frost affects stonefruit in Mendoza Mendoza has 55,000 hectares planted with fruit, 22% of the province’s productive area. Of these, 39,400 hectares are stonefruit crops, which were severely damaged by the frosts in last September. The October 2013 … Continue reading

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