Monthly Archives: July 2016

Nearby supernovae could have affected life on Earth – Change Climate?

The surface of the Earth was bathed in life-damaging radiation from nearby supernovae on several different occasions over the past nine million years. That is the claim of an international team of astronomers, which has created a computer model that … Continue reading

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Blank Sun—Mini Ice Age?

Canada Free Press Meteorologist and renowned sun-watcher Paul Dorian raised the alarm in his latest report: “for the second time this month the sun has gone completely blank.” The blank sun is a sign that the next solar minimum is … Continue reading

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A Cultural History of Climate

I am reading A Cultural History of Climate, by Wolfgang Behringer, after spotting it as one the reference used by Andy May is his Watts Up With That post on Climate and Human Civilization for the Past 4,000 Years. This … Continue reading

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Little Ice Age Theory

By James A. Marusek, Retired U.S. Navy Physicist who is warning us of what is to come. I. Introduction General Discussion The sun is undergoing a state change. It is possible that we may be at the cusp of the … Continue reading

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