Monthly Archives: March 2014

NCDC Winter data – CONUS and all 9 climate regions down the last 20 years

Joe’s Blog has the details at ICECAP, on the 9 climate regions and the NCDC data, this winter was a cold one. However, the CONUS trend for the last 20 years, down 2.26F (1.13F per decade). This is the trend … Continue reading

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Global Cooling by Dr Gerrit J. van der Lingen

Dr van der Lingen has written a long paper on global cooling and the impact that solar cycles have on the earth’s climate, with supporting material from recognized scientist. The full paper is HERE:global_cooling He concludes: There are many scientific … Continue reading

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The long way to solar maximum

Posted: March 06, 2014 by:¬†http://sidc.oma.be/news/240/welcome.html Everybody has noticed it: Over the last few months, solar activity has shifted into a higher gear. Since October last year, more and bigger sunspot groups have appeared on the solar disk, gradually driving the … Continue reading

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Homewood: Storminess Of The Little Ice Age

Paul Homewood has an excellent analysis of Little Ice Age storms. Cold brings more powerful storms than warming. ¬†Warming has produced fewer hurricane and tornado, but a colder earth has produced some earth changing storms. Brian Fagan, in his book … Continue reading

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