Monthly Archives: July 2013

Philadelphia July Temperatures Plummeted During The Dalton Minimum

Originally posted on Real Science:
From 1790 to 1804, Philadelphia July temperatures dropped almost eight degrees. A Meteorological Account of the Weather in Philadelphia So far this month, Philadelphia temperatures have averaged 79F. Thirty years from now, alarmists will be…

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Solar Cycle 24 Update

David Archibald has a Guest Post at Watts Up With That on Solar Cycle 24 with some interesting graphics. Here is  an example: Figure 8: Solar Cycle 24 sunspot count relative to the Dalton Minimum All things considered, the current … Continue reading

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Some News to Watch

Frosts provoke alert in Argentine lemon sector | Fresh Fruit Portal Argentina’s All Lemon reported a strong increase in quality control measures following major frost damage in the northwestern sector of the country during the last week of July. The … Continue reading

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Major cold/snow into Brazil while antarctic ice nears record falsifies polar amplification idea

By Joseph D’Aleo It is behavior consistent with what you should expect as outlined in Leon Festinger’s ‘When Prophecies Fail’. First after the cessation of warming for 16 years and cooling for 10 and the slowing of sea level rises … Continue reading

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Chinese wheat crop devastated cold wet weather

Details here: (Reuters) – China’s wheat crop has suffered more severely than previously thought from frost in the growing period and rain during the harvest, and import demand to compensate for the damage could see the country eclipse Egypt as … Continue reading

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Big pullback in sunspot numbers for June

Warwick Hughes on the second solar max. It was looking like were going to have a double hump in the Sunspot numbers, but here are the results: That “second max” peak did not last long. Both SWO and RI indices … Continue reading

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Global Crisis: War, Climate Change & Catastrophe in the 17th Century

Historian Geoffrey Parker has a new book out that examines the impact of the Little Ice Age on social, economic and political structures around the globe. Amazon Abstract: Revolutions, droughts, famines, invasions, wars, regicides – the calamities of the mid-seventeenth … Continue reading

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