Monthly Archives: August 2013

Snowfall in South America

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
By using the keywords nieve and neve (instead of snow) many interesting articles can be found on the Internet Guest essay by Argiris Diamantis Snowfall, like the present snowfall in South America, can…

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Dr. Baliunas on Little Ice Age Weather Cooking

Dr. Sallie Baliunas discusses the Little Ice Age and the history of people’s superstitious reactions to extreme weather. Dr Baliunas, Staff Astrophysicist at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, lays out a great read of propaganda and the CAGW crowd. … Continue reading

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Are These Indicators of a Colder Winter 2013-2014?

Georgia: Atlanta’s high temperature yesterday reached only 73 F (22.8 C), the coolest high temperature on record for August 15, and a full 15 degrees below average for this time of year, and four degrees below the previous record high of … Continue reading

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The US Corn Belt and the summer chill

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Guest essay by David Archibald A correspondent in the Corn Belt emailed on 10th August: “Here in north central Illinois at exit 56 on I-80, most of the corn was planted by May…

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The early chill in the Arctic continues

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Temperature above 80 degrees north drops below freezing early, and continues to drop. Many people have been watching the remarkable early drop in air temperature at the DMI plot here: This drop looks…

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Growing number of scientists are predicting global cooling.

Climate Scientist Dr. Judith Curry: ‘Attention in the public debate seems to be moving away from the 15-17 year ‘pause’ to the cooling since 2002’ Russia’s Pulkovo Observatory: ‘We could be in for a cooling period that lasts 200-250 years’ … Continue reading

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Lowest Solar Cycle in 100 Years

Conclusion of an article in Space Daily: Possible explanations for the sun’s latest odd behavior were discussed last month at a meeting of the Astronomical Society’s Solar Physics Division. Scientists agree that Cycle 24 is already among the weakest reported. … Continue reading

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