Here are some important and not so important links, you get to decide the value:

Link to my paper written in 2006 on the potential for a return of a Dalton like Minimum — TR0612-8: Cooler Temps — Dalton Minimum Returns: dalton_minimum

My starter blog NC Media Watch – mixture of local politics and global warming:

Rebane’s Ruminations where I will be guest posting on local political issues from time to time:

The Dalton Minimum Returns is the inspiration for this blog – lots of thought-provoking material or solar activity:

Anthony Watt’s blog Watts Up With That the most read science blog on the internet and will be used as a resource on this blog, especially the Reference Pages:

Long Range Weather by Harris-Mann Climatology – Interactive data base of climate hstory, with a full page of Climate Change article links:

Information on David Archibald with links to his papers on Solar Cycles, including his book The Past and Future of Climate: – space based news and videos, reports on NASA activities

Space Weather – sunspot details, news and information on the sun-earth relationship:

 Climate 4 You – A rich set of climate graphics that will be used on this blog:

Global Warming Science – A data driven scientific evaluation of climate data and studies:

 Earth Quake Report– Combines Earth Quake data with information on human impact:

Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog– Dedicated to volcano and earthquake events in Iceland:

Emergency Essentials California Be Prepared Page. Here is the link:

  • Earthquakes
  • Flooding
  • Sever Storms
  • Tsunamis
  • Wild Fires
  • General Preparedness
  • Emergency Management Offices

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