Category Archives: Analysis

Weak sun could offset some global warming in Europe and US – study

The Guardian has the details: Global warming in northern Europe and the eastern US could be partially offset in future winters because of the sun entering a weaker cycle similar to the one which enabled frost fairs to take place … Continue reading

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GLOBAL WARMING? LOW SUN SPOT CYCLE COULD MEAN ‘LITTLE ICE AGE’

Story in the Breitbart News this morning: The sun is known to be the main driver of all weather and climate. With 99.86% of the mass in our solar system, the great ball of violent fire in the sky, has … Continue reading

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Blank Sun

The sun is now virtually blank during the weakest solar cycle in more than a century The sun is almost completely blank. The main driver of all weather and climate, the entity which occupies 99.86% of all of the mass … Continue reading

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Questions: What we do not know about the climate?

Citizen Scientist Willis Eschenbach is a prolific poster on climate issues at Watts Up With That. In a New Years post of reflection on where we are in climate science and where we need to go, Willis has posted a … Continue reading

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Anasazi America – Done in by Climate Change – Are We Next?

Photo by Ellen Steele In the mid-1970s I was stationed at an Air Force radar site in Holbrook, Arizona. With a family of three young girls, Ellen and I explored the National Parks, Monuments and Reservations in the region. One … Continue reading

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Mini Ice Age 2015-2035 | Top Scientists Predict Global Cooling 2015-2050

I recently finished John Casey’s Cold Sun and Dark Winter and was impressed by the number of references in his books. One voice can be easily discounted, but multiple voices should get more attention. Well,  that is if someone is listening. The … Continue reading

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Record Snow Cover

Fall snow cover in Northern Hemisphere was most extensive on record, even with temperatures at high mark, if only by a smidgen of a degree. In 46 years of records, more snow covered the Northern Hemisphere this fall than any … Continue reading

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