Monthly Archives: September 2011

Congratulations to Alan Carlin on vindication | Watts Up With That?

Note: This is a guest post from Watt Up With That by Anthony Watts.  His climate change investigations at WUWT that were used by Alan Carlin in his critique of climate science at the EPA. I have been a strong … Continue reading

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Extreme Weather Events Are Killing Fewer People Than Ever Before

Russ Steele While this Reason Foundation Study is good news, it should not be used as a reason to drop your guard and stop preparing for the next disaster, a hibernating sun.  During past Grand Minimums, millions died when agriculture … Continue reading

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Volcanos from Space (El Hierro Update)

Russ Steele Volcanos played a role in increasing the human and agriculture misery during previous Grand Minimums, and that is why we continue to follow volcanic eruptions. Wired takes a look at some of the most recent erupting volcanos, starting … Continue reading

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Welcome visitors from Climate Science

Russ Steele Welcome visitors from Dr Roger Pielke Sr.’s Climate Science Blog. This blog is a work in progress to map the weather changes as we slide toward The Next Grand Minimum.  You may not agree we are headed in … Continue reading

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Major sunspot risk in coming week (updated)

Russ Steele According to, sunspot group 1302 poses a major risk for X-class solar flares and it is still growing, and will face Earth this next week. This is the largest solar cycle 24 sunspot cluster so far and … Continue reading

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Return of a Killer Volcano

Story is at Science News ( Editors Note: Earth quakes swarms continue at Katla, another very active Iceland volcano. Click on Volcanism navigation button above for latest update.)  What if one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recent history happened … Continue reading

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Can we really trust government scientists to deal with a cooling world?

Russ Steele A long string of current events are beginning raise questions about the ability of government scientist to deal effectively with the facts. In the past I have questioned the ability of CARB and EPA scientist to present global … Continue reading

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