Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cosmic rays in Earth’s atmosphere are intensifying

According to a report at Space Weather. Newly-released measurements by high-altitude balloons show that cosmic rays in Earth’s atmosphere are intensifying. The ongoing increase, which has been tracked since early 2015, will likely accelerate in the months and years ahead … Continue reading

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Heat From Deep Ocean Fault Punches Hole in Arctic Ice Sheet

This a report from the Climate Change Dispatch that I found very interesting. Some reader many know the details as it is from a November 2015 post. Powerful deep Arctic Ocean geological heat flow forces have just sent us a … Continue reading

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Volcanos and Climate Change

Originally posted on Sierra Foothill Commentary:
It is not clear why, but when the earth cools and sunspots are at their minimum, volcanic activity on earth seems to increase, especially super volcanos that leave a significant eruption signature. See graphic…

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