Monthly Archives: April 2013

Is Alaska the Canary in the Coming Ice Age?

From the Alaska Dispatch: “That may not be news to Alaskans coping with the coldest winter in two decades or to the mariners locked out of the Bering Sea this spring by record ice growth, says author Alex DeMarban. In the … Continue reading

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Russian Scientists say period of global cooling ahead due to changes in the sun

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
From Radio Voice of Russia: Russia’s Pulkovo Observatory: “we could be in for a cooling period that lasts 200-250 years” Scientists at Russia’s famous Pulkovo Observatory are convinced that the world is in…

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How Does the Next Ice Age Start – One Snow Flake at a Time

ICE AGE NOW starts with this introduction: “Most people do NOT realize how short the Canadian growing season is and that the development of new early ripening wheat was a major discovery for Canadian agriculture, says reader Greg. “The snow is … Continue reading

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Unprecedented Ice Conditions In Alaska

Originally posted on Real Science:
The ice at Nenana, Alaska is over four feet thick , and getting thicker. Nenana Ice Classic Normally it breaks up this week, and the latest it has ever broken up is two weeks from…

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Temperature change in perspective

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Guest post by Ed Hoskins The UK Met Office long term Central England Temperature record[1] has kept a continuous and consistent data set since the 1660s. It appears to be reliable and to…

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Cold and snow wave grips the USA, nearly 10,000 cold and snow records set in the last six weeks

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Paging Seth Borenstein! 9787 new cold and snow records since March 13th If this were a month of a heatwave across thus USA, like last July, you can bet it would be MSM…

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9:1 Ratio Of Record Lows To Record Highs

Originally posted on Real Science:
HAMweather: Record Events for The Past 7 Days For some reason, alarmists are no longer interested in this statistic.

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