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Jul 12 07:18

Gigantic iceberg the size of Delaware that cracked off Antarctica last year has stalled: Animation shows how dense ice is preventing A-68 from drifting out to sea

Scientists tracking a massive iceberg that broke free from Antarctica’s Larsen C Ice Shelf last year say dense ice cover has so far prevented it from drifting far out to sea.

An animation showing its movement over the last few months reveals how the trillion-plus ton Iceberg A-68 has shifted as it’s battered by ocean currents, tides, and winds in the Weddell Sea.

While the huge chunk of ice, estimated to be about the size of Delaware, has moved around some, the experts say its surroundings have kept it somewhat locked into place.

Jul 10 10:06

Hawaii Bans Most Sunscreens In Effort To Save Dwindling Coral Reefs

On July 3rd, Hawaii became the first state in the union to enact a ban on certain sunscreens with ingredients which have been deemed harmful to coral reefs.

Jul 09 07:37

Arnold Schwarzenegger's Video To Trump On Coal Is Actually Worth A Watch

I don't like Schwarzenegger; he was a terrible anti-gun socialist governor, and he's constantly blathering about "climate change" hysteria. None of his political videos I've seen in the past have been any good, but this new video where he addresses President Trump about coal and energy sources is actually very well done. He makes some valid points about the free market, and is very funny. Worth a watch.

Jul 06 10:33

Lord Christopher Monckton: “There Is NO DOUBT About What We Have FOUND!”

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"They left out the fact that the sun is shining!"

Jul 05 17:27

Sunspots Vanishing Faster than Expected

May 1, 2018: Sunspots are becoming scarce. Very scarce. So far in 2018 the sun has been blank almost 60% of the time, with whole weeks going by without sunspots. Today’s sun, shown here in an image from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, is typical of the featureless solar disk:

The fact that sunspots are vanishing comes as no surprise. Forecasters have been saying for years that this would happen as the current solar cycle (“solar cycle 24”) comes to an end. The surprise is how fast.

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The solar minimum of 2008-2009 was unusually deep. The sun set Space Age records for low sunspot number, weak solar wind, and depressed solar irradiance. When the sun finally woke up a few years later, it seemed to have “solar minimum hangover.” The bounce-back Solar Max of 2012-2015 was the weakest solar maximum of the Space Age, prompting some to wonder if solar activity is entering a phase of sustained quiet.

Jul 05 15:16

Court action to save young from climate bill

An activist group hopes to sue the UK government over climate change, arguing that it is discriminating against the young by failing to cut emissions fast enough.

The campaigners - known collectively as Plan B - argue that if the UK postpones emissions cuts, the next generation will be left to pick up the bill.

It is seeking permission from a judge to launch formal legal action.

Jul 05 10:06

Montana: Where it Snows on July 3rd

Snow was falling in the mountains above 7000? at times on the day before Independence Day. Tuesday has been unusually cold for the state as even the lower elevations only had highs in the 50s. Mountain snow, rain and thunderstorms will move through the state tonight.

Jul 04 10:56

Brrr! Eugene sees coldest July temp on record

The 38 F recorded at the airport Tuesday morning is the coldest July temperature in Eugene since record keeping began more than 125 years ago, the National Weather Service in Portland said.

The previous record low - for not only the month of July, but July 3 - was 39 F.

Jul 04 10:47

Lord Christopher Monckton: “There Is NO DOUBT About What We Have FOUND!”

Man made climate change is a hoax being perpetuated for the purpose of conditioning the world into accepting a New World Order, One World Government. The idea that CO2 has more of an effect on the earth than the sun itself is absurd yet more and more people seem to be swallowing the lie hook line and sinker! In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth speaks with Lord Christopher Monckton about his latest attempts at countering the propaganda and reversing the trend with sound and solid evidence in the form of a documented report debunking the now infamous theory of global warming.

Jul 04 09:22

An Inconvenient Truth: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Are Falling Under Trump

Environmental data for 2017 are pouring in, and the results might not be what you’d expect.

In the United States, where President Trump has promised to unshackle the coal industry and to abandon an international climate change treaty, greenhouse-gas emissions fell last year and are expected to continue falling.

In Europe, where political leaders consider climate change an urgent priority, emissions rose last year.

In the United States, a report released last week by the Rhodium Group says that even though Trump “continues to unravel Obama-era climate and clean energy policies,” falling costs of renewable energy and natural gas are “keeping U.S. greenhouse gas emissions on the downswing.”

The latest government data show emissions have fallen 12 percent from 2005 to 2016. The Rhodium Group report estimates that by 2020, emissions will have fallen between 15 percent and 17 percent compared with 2005 levels.

Jul 03 12:00

Meanwhile, In The Arctic… [Icebreakers working overtime… Global Warming?]

In a development that could further advantage OPEC members as they step up production to compensate for falling exports out of Venezuela and (potentially) Iran, the Barents Observer is reporting that two of Russia’s largest Arctic out-shipment points for oil and LNG have become “packed with ice” leaving tankers and carriers stranded in the “paralyzed” area, which hasn’t been this packed with ice at midsummer in four years. Experts had expected that ice clogging up the Gulf of Ob would melt with the summer months, allowing Rosatomflots, the state-owned energy company responsible for the region, to avoid relying on their nuclear-powered icebreakers to clear the area.

Jul 02 15:39

Oh Canada! B.C. receives dusting of snow to kick off July

While residents in Eastern Canada continue to battle sweltering temperatures, some in British Columbia are experiencing summer snow.

Photos below show a light dusting of snow along the Okanagan Connector (Highway 97C) near Pennask Summit on Monday morning.

Jul 02 04:42

BOSTON MA: Yes, It’s A Real Heat Wave, And It Will Stick Around Through The Holiday

(*It gets a little warm , and the Liberals in Massachusetts start whining that it's A Heat Wave !)

Jun 30 10:03

Active volcano heat source discovered under fastest-moving and melting glacier in Antarctica

Scientists have discovered active volcano heat source under Antartica's fastest-moving and melting glacier - Pine Island Glacier. The surprising find, published recently in Nature Communications, offers insight into the movement and melting of the Pine Island Glacier. The researchers first noted the volcanic activity in 2007 and verified its existence again in 2014.

A researcher from the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography (GSO) and five other scientists have discovered an active volcanic heat source beneath the Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica.

Jun 28 14:34

Are we in an age of political abuse or Terrorism by the left?

The political discourse has intensified beyond measure. We do not have rational political opposition. We have political terrorism being executed by the Democratic Party through left-wing foundations and front groups to do their dirty work. It looks like fear and terror is the only card they have to play as a psy-op to show empty rooms at the campaign and political events to discourage the patriot and conservative base from coming out.

Jun 27 09:06

Summer SNOW wallops Newfoundland, see the misery HERE

As much of Atlantic Canada closes out the month of June with heavy rainfall, parts of Newfoundland were left eating their Tuesday morning breakfast with picturesque scenes of Christmas. WAIT! What? It's June 26, NOT December 26. See more of this inappropriate late June snow, below. Oh, and there's frost advisories to add to the misery too.

Jun 27 07:12

The secret under Antarctica: Researchers find active volcanic heat source beneath Pine Island Glacier

Stunned researchers have discovered an active volcanic heat source beneath the Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica.

Researchers were studying the role the ocean takes in dwindling glaciers when they made the find.

They say the discovery could dramatically change how the melting ice was studied - but that climate change was still the main force behind the melting ice.

Jun 26 15:49

The coldest place on Earth is even chillier than scientists thought: Temperatures plummet to -148F in 'supercold' areas of Antarctica's ice sheet

Scientists first announced in 2013 they had found the lowest temperatures on Earth's surface in the area.

Sensors on several Earth-observing satellites measured temperatures of minus 93 degrees Celsius (minus 135 degrees Fahrenheit) in several spots on the East Antarctic Plateau, a high snowy plateau in central Antarctica that encompasses the South Pole.

But the researchers revised that initial study with new data and found the temperatures actually reach minus 98 degrees Celsius (minus 144 degrees Fahrenheit) during the southern polar night, mostly during July and August.

Jun 26 10:55

30 Years of Global Warming Forecasts all Failed

gee, imagine our total lack of surprise!

Jun 26 09:24

30 Years of Global Warming Forecasts all Failed

The Wall Street Journal just published a review of the Global Warming Forecasts for the past 30 years. They have not even come close to the scenarios they put forth back in 1988. On June 23, 1988, the then NASA scientist James E. Hansen who helped to start all this nonsense testified before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. He stated that he expressed had a “high degree of confidence” in “a cause-and-effect relationship between the claimed CO2 induced “greenhouse effect and observed warming.” That is how government characterizes something when they are guessing – “high degree of confidence” which was the same words used to invade Iraq who had weapons of mass destruction. He later came out and said: “Simply stated, there is no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of mass destruction.” (August 25, 2002). The CIA Director testified before Congress and said: “We said in the estimate with high confidence that Iraq had them.” see Transcript Washington Post).

Jun 26 09:20

Federal Judge Dismisses Climate Change Damage Lawsuits Against Big Oil

A federal district court has dismissed the nuisance lawsuit filed by the California cities of Oakland and San Francisco against five major private oil companies seeking to obtain climate change damages. As I argued earlier, the court made the right decision.

The five companies—BP, Chevron, Conoco-Phillips, ExxonMobil, and Royal Dutch Shell—collectively are responsible "for over 11 percent of the carbon dioxide and methane pollution that has accumulated in the atmosphere since the industrial revolution." The cities asserted that they were entitled to billions of dollars in compensation on the grounds that companies knew that their sales of fossil fuels were damaging the climate. As a result of rising global temperatures, municipalities argued that they will be forced to pay for changes in infrastructure required to adapt to consequences of this warming, such as rising sea levels.

Jun 26 05:57

June 25, 2018 SNOW in Newfoundland!

More Global Warming. Better get Al!

Jun 25 08:08

Electric Teslas may be no greener than petrol and diesel cars despite being marketed as the world's most environmentally friendly vehicles

Analysts found the amount of greenhouse gas used in building a Tesla and generating the electricity to charge it was no different to petrol cars.

Jun 25 07:33

Martin Armstrong: 30 Years Of Global Warming Forecasts Have All Failed

On June 23, 1988, the then NASA scientist James E. Hansen who helped to start all this nonsense testified before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.

He stated that he expressed had a “high degree of confidence” in “a cause-and-effect relationship between the claimed CO2 induced “greenhouse effect and observed warming.”

That is how government characterizes something when they are guessing – “high degree of confidence” which was the same words used to invade Iraq who had weapons of mass destruction. He later came out and said: “Simply stated, there is no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of mass destruction.” (August 25, 2002).

The CIA Director testified before Congress and said: “We said in the estimate with high confidence that Iraq had them.” see Transcript Washington Post).

Why does anyone EVER believe those in government? They cannot even forecast GDP accurately when they fudge the numbers.

Jun 24 11:09

Kilauea crater sees collapse

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) warned on Sunday morning the Hawaii volcano summit collapsed after being hit by 40 earthquakes an hour.

Jun 23 08:40

$4 Billion Miami Mega-Mall Moves Ahead, Ignores "Collective Belief In Sea-Level Rise"

Plans for a $4 billion mega-mall to be built on the coast line city of Miami are pushing forward, despite the fact that the city is likely going to have to deal with rising sea levels and worsening weather as the years progress. Or, it simply could find itself underwater within years, if other projections are accurate.

But don't worry - academics at the University of Penn Wharton School of Business have a solution: just ignore the fact that Miami will soon be underwater, because otherwise you could create a panic that could, in turn, slow down tax revenue that the city is desperately going to need to - wait for it - adapt to being underwater.

So in the great spirit of Keynes himself, the project is pushing forward.

Jun 21 11:06

Arctic sea ice thicker now than in 1955

And yet, and yet, CO2 levels were far lower than they are today.

According to a new paper in the Journal of Geophysical Research, the observed mean thickness of the sea ice in the region north of (Arctic) Svalbard was substantially thinner (0.94 m) in 1955 than it has been in recent years (~1.6 m, 2015/2017).

Probably won’t see this in the lame stream media.

Jun 20 10:05

Trump Directs Pentagon to Create ‘Space Force,’ After Obama Gutted NASA for ‘Feel Good’ Muslim Outreach Project

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration was preparing to take Americans back to the Moon and on to Mars—until President Obama took office.

Obama crippled NASA’s efforts to send astronauts beyond low Earth orbit without international assistance and needed the help of allies to make it to Mars.

The former president redirected America’s space agency from pioneering the future in space exploration and scientific discovery to advancing his so-called social justice agenda — push radical global warming extremism and Muslim outreach.

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Jun 19 10:04

People who don't believe climate change is real are more likely to hold racist beliefs, study finds

A study published recently in the journal Environmental Politics found that people who don't believe in climate change are more likely to be of older age, white and Republican.

They are also far more likely to hold racist beliefs and have high levels of racial resentment.

Jun 19 09:30

Australia hit with extreme cold front as snow hits and people are warned of dangerous conditions

SYDNEY is coping the worst of the freezing weather lashing towns and cities along Australia’s east — and the bad news is it’s going to get even colder.

Jun 18 08:36

GRENFELL AND THE PROBLEM OF CARBON TARGETS

Former housing secretary, now home secretary, Sajid Javid has claimed that the cladding that the developers used was in breach of fire regulations, because it was flammable. But he was trying to pass the buck. The fire regulations only state that the insulation should be fire resistant, not the cladding that protects it.

In hindsight, it is easy to see that Grenfell’s refurbishment made the building unsafe. But why was the building refurbished in this way in the first place?

The ‘policy context’ for the Grenfell Tower Regeneration Project, according to its ‘sustainability and energy statement’, is the Climate Change Act of 2008. ‘The council recognises the government’s targets to reduce national carbon dioxide emissions’, and ‘to deliver this, the council will’ carry out its plan for ‘conversions and refurbishments of 800m2 or more of residential developments’.

Jun 15 10:31

Major BEXALERT! : Cities around the US are flooding at high tide and on sunny days at record rates — here's what it's like

Sea level rise is threatening coastal cities around the world.

If you live in a city like Miami, New York City, or Charleston, the evidence is apparent if you head to the right neighborhood during high tides — especially those known as king tides. These are the highest tides of the year, and they coincide with full moons during spring and fall.

Jun 14 09:49

It Just Dumped 40 inches in Chile

Valle Nevado, Chile has just announced they will open to the public early this Friday, June 15th after receiving a healthy 40" over the weekend. The best part yet? Winter's arrival isn't unique to Chile, with lifts turning in Australia, New Zealand, and across South America, we can be sure to see news of big storms hitting across the board any day now.

Jun 13 16:59

Global warming is causing Antarctic ice to melt three times faster a year than 25 years ago raising sea levels by almost 8mm

The finds mean people in coastal communities are at greater risk of losing their homes and becoming so-called climate refugees than previously feared.

Jun 12 07:40

Kilauea volcano unleashes more blasts and snaking lava

Fresh volcanic explosions have rocked Hawaii’s Big Island around Kilauea sending flying debris and plumes of ash in to the skies above the stricken region and pumping more molten lava in into sea

Jun 11 14:55

Africa's ancient baobab trees that have survived thousands of years are now rapidly dying due to climate change

Some of Africa's oldest and biggest baobab trees - a few dating all the way back to the ancient Greeks - have abruptly died, wholly or in part, in the past decade, researchers said Monday.

The trees, aged between 1,100 and 2,500 years and some as wide as a bus is long, may have fallen victim to climate change, the team speculated.

'We report that nine of the 13 oldest... individuals have died, or at least their oldest parts/stems have collapsed and died, over the past 12 years,' they wrote in the scientific journal Nature Plants, describing 'an event of an unprecedented magnitude.'

Jun 11 10:04

Livestock Industry Greatly Underestimates Carbon Emissions, Endangering Paris Climate Agreement

By greatly underestimating their greenhouse gas emissions, the livestock industry is placing the Paris Climate Agreement in jeopardy because we do not know just how big an impact this industry is having on climate change

Jun 10 16:38

Tucker Carlson:-Why climate change has run its course

Scholar says the climate change movement has lost its importance and its dabbling in social-justice identity politics proves it.

Jun 08 10:29

Snow returns to the Pacific Northwest

Yes, I know. We brought back the “s” word. Snow is in the forecast for the higher elevations of the pacific northwest this weekend. A decently strong storm system is set to move onshore by Friday. Here’s the setup: A trough with decent amounts of available energy will move into the Gulf of Alaska by Friday afternoon.

Jun 08 08:54

NASA finds huge underground heat-source in Antarctic responsible for ice shelf crumbling

A MASSIVE subterranean heat source – identical to that triggering Hawaii’s volcano - has been discovered under the West Antarctic Ice Shelf – a glacial area often cited by environmentalists as a ‘climate change’ disaster waiting to happen.

But NASA scientists have discovered a fiercely hot geothermal heat source known as a mantle plume underneath the Antarctica’s Marie Byrd Land.

In the year 2000 an iceberg the size of Wales broke away from the shelf and the whole of the western edge is famously unstable.

Many environmentalists blamed man-made climate change.

Jun 07 11:51

Christmas in June? Snow falls on Charlottetown

It is June 6 and it is snowing in Charlottetown.

Jun 05 17:37

Hawaii’s K?lauea volcano destroyed more than 200 homes and a 300-year-old lake in just one night

Hawaii’s K?lauea volcano exploded about 4:30 a.m. local time on Tuesday morning which resulted in a monumental lava flow which subsequently triggered the decimation of over 200 homes and a extremely sacred 300-year-old lake.

Jun 05 12:09

It Snowed In Newfoundland Last Night And The Photos Will Make You Cry

Okay Mother Nature, this isn't funny anymore. As if the record-breaking snowstorm less than two weeks ago wasn't enough, Newfoundland just got hit with even more snow.

Photos are starting to emerge of Newfoundland covered in a blanket of fresh snow. The snow came down yesterday, and continued to fall into the night.

Temperatures in the St. John's and Gander areas dropped down to -8°C with the windchill last night. Needless to say, the people of Newfoundland were not happy when they woke up this morning.

These photos will break your heart, and will make you feel ridiculous for ever complaining about our scorching start to the summer.

Jun 05 11:45

Climate Change Has Run Its Course

Climate change is over. No, I’m not saying the climate will not change in the future, or that human influence on the climate is negligible. I mean simply that climate change is no longer a pre-eminent policy issue. All that remains is boilerplate rhetoric from the political class, frivolous nuisance lawsuits, and bureaucratic mandates on behalf of special-interest renewable-energy rent seekers.

Jun 05 08:45

If You Think the Water Restrictions in California Are Tough, Check Out Cape Town

If you think the new water restrictions in California are tight, wait until you read what they're doing in Cape Town, South Africa to deal with the drought.

Jun 04 07:26

Too Much Bad News Can Make You Sick, Say Researchers

PHILADELPHIA (CNN) – With every news alert or breaking story, our world seems to be pushed further and further into crisis. It is taking a serious toll on our environment but also on our mental health.

The world has always been stressful, but experiencing acute events occurring thousands of miles away is a new and challenging phenomenon. On any given day, it feels like the world is falling apart.

How can we brace for disaster and find the strength to withstand it? How will we adapt to our greater exposure to trauma? And will our mental health be sacrificed in the process?

Jun 03 07:36

Now It’s Against the Law in California to Shower and Do Laundry on the Same Day

Permanent water rations in California mean that it's basically against the law to do a load of laundry and take a shower on the same day. To do so, one would risk massive fines.

Jun 02 19:19

New Mexico, Colorado wildfires force hundreds to evacuate

Wildfires stoked by low humidity and high temperatures raged on Saturday in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado, threatening nearly 1,900 homes and forcing the evacuation of hundreds of residents from remote communities, fire officials said.

Jun 01 05:52

K?lauea update: Mandatory evacuations have been enacted, those who stay will be arrested, officials warn

Lava flowing from K?lauea has prompted Hawaii officials to issue a mandatory evacuation order on Thursday for a portion of Leilani Estates.

May 30 11:00

Puna Geothermal Venture: An update after the lava struck

A big hat tip goes out to all of the emergency responders working in Hawaii.

Puna Geothermal Venture (PGV) has been a hot topic over the past week after Civil Defense whistle-blowers sent text messages warning their friends and family notifying them that lava may overtake the plant which could cause a massive explosion.

May 28 05:26

Lava at Puma geothermal plant covers at least one wellhead

Lava has penetrated the property line at Puna Geothermal Venture and has covered at least one wellhead at the site, officials say. Lava is expected to cover over more of the plant’s wells over the next few days but no one knows for sure what will happen.

May 26 07:36

Big Island roads become inaccessible, small explosion detected as lava flow enters ocean

While the United States Geological Survey Volcano Hazards Program maintains that it’s still safe for travelers to visit the Big Island — exploring the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is off limits as vital roadways and other structures have been either incinerated or blocked off by Madam Pele, the Goddess of Fire.

May 25 10:01

IN PHOTOS: Newfoundland digs out of more than 30cm of snow on May 24 – and there’s more to come

Residents in Newfoundland are digging out from a late spring snowstorm, with some areas buried under at least 30 centimetres of snow on May 24.

Environment Canada had issued snowfall warnings for several communities in the coastal province, including Gander and Grand Falls, while more than 30 centimetres of snow had already dumped on the region.

Bonavista Peninsula and Clarenville-area remained under a special weather statement Thursday and dozens of schools had postponed the start of classes as a result of the weather.

May 24 09:00

Flash floods hit Paris, intense hailstorm leaves serious crop loss, France

A severe storm swept over French capital Paris on May 22, 2018, flooding streets and Metro stations. Just a few days ago, intense hailstorm further south in Vaucluse destroyed almost a year's worth of Luberon cherry tree crops.

The capital's streets looked more like rivers and stairwells like waterfalls, The Connexion reports. Areas in the north and the west of the city are said to be the most affected.

Heavy rain was accompanied by an intense hailstorm, leaving some parts of the city under a significant amount of ice.

May 22 07:12

Big Island: Lava flow nears geothermal plant in Puna as National Guard troop presence increases

National Guard presence on the island is high as molten lava has made its way within a few hundred yards of Puna Geothermal Venture (PGV) power plant which government insiders have already warned may explode.

May 19 22:48

VOLCANIC POLLUTION

Excuse the global warming crap!

Volcanic activity, is an example of a non-anthropogenic source of international pollutions. Volcanic eruptions release large quantities of greenhouse gases and other aerosols into the atmosphere, these gases form massive clouds which accumulate in the atmosphere; this process is referred to as outgassing or offgassing In addition to magma particulates, known as ash or pyroclastic flow, volcanic eruptions release water vapor(H20), carbon dioxide(CO2), sulphur dioxide(SO2), hydrogen sulfide(H2S), carbon monoxide(CO), hydrogen chloride(HCl), and hydrogen fluoride(HF) into the atmosphere.

Figure 3 – Volcanic gas composition (USGS, 2010)
Volcano
Tectonic Style
Temperature Kilauea Summit
Hot Spot
1170°C

May 18 08:27

Leading university embroiled in major research scandal

A leading university has become embroiled in a major research scandal, after an inquiry found that scientific papers were doctored over an eleven year period.

Professor David Latchman, Master of Birkbeck and one of the country’s top geneticists, is accused of “recklessness” by allowing research fraud to take place under his watch at University College London’s (UCL) Institute of Child Health.

UCL launched a formal investigation after a whistleblower made allegations of research fraud in dozens papers published by scientists at the Institute.

May 17 16:11

USGS warns explosive eruption at Kilauea volcano likely, red aviation code issued

The Unites States Geological Survey (USGS) warns that an explosive eruption of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano may be imminent due to the fact that the volcano’s lava lake is lowering to a point where it will soon interact with the water table below.

May 17 10:28

Several Feet of Snow in Europe, Late May

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Gosh darn that human-caused global warming!

May 17 10:16

Climate shock: Earth’s orbit has influenced climate fluctuations for 215 million years

A CLIMATE study published this week threatens to radically change the way we understand the causes of changes in global climates and how we could be caught in a 405,000-year-long cycle of shifting climate.

A team of scientists studying ancient rocks in the arid Arizona desert believe Earth’s orbit plays a vital role in cyclical climate changes.

Although astrophysicists have long toyed with the idea celestial movements affect Earth’s climate, the study’s authors may have just produced the first concrete evidence.

The scientists now think the gravitational forces of Venus and Jupiter shift Earth’s round orbit into a more elliptical one in a regular cycle.

May 15 11:14

Climate Scientist Dr. Judith Curry Tells Tucker | ‘The Models Are Wrong, Global Warming Alarmists Exaggerated The Data’

Excellent hit from last night. I always love Judith Curry for telling the truth.

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May 15 10:31

Historic flooding hits British Columbia after record snowpack starts melting, Canada

Record snowpack, temperatures as high as 30 °C (86 °F) and 2 days of intense rain have caused historic floods in parts of British Columbia over the past couple of days. In Grand Forks, the flood is worst since 1948. Things are not over yet, officials said, warning that second wave of floods is expected mid-week.

Major flooding hit British Columbia on May 10, 2018, forcing about 4 000 people to evacuate their homes.

"The spring food season is upon us," BC Premier John Horgan said. "Heavy rainfall, warm weather and rapid snowmelt have triggered flood warnings and evacuations in the Interior. More than 4 000 British Columbians have been forced from their homes, while thousands more anxiously wait to see what rising flood waters will mean for their homes and their livelihoods."

May 15 08:58

What Can You And Yours Expect In A Grand Solar Minimum

William Stanley Jevons, probably the world’s first mathematical economist, observed that crop yields declined when sunspots were fewer. That makes sense as the sun’s radiance is crucial for raising plants. Piers Corbyn, one of the world’s best weathermen, has been telling us we are entering a mini Ice Age or Grand Solar Minimum where for some reason the sun produces less solar radiance thus cooling ever so slightly our planet. The most famous cooling period in modern history was called the Maunder Minimum which occurred from 1645 to 1715.

If we study the history and the science of these previous Minimums, what can we expect starting as early as 2019 according to Corbyn?

May 14 07:17

Fake scientist Bill Nye went from educating children to advocating their murder: He’s now speaking for Planned Parenthood and pushing population control

Keep in mind that this is the same Bill Nye who last summer participated in the making of a vulgar music video about “moist vaginas” and the “evolution” of humanity into “transgenderism.”

May 10 08:50

Intense hailstorm hits Rajouri district, Jammu and Kashmir, killing over 110 animals

Heavy rains and hailstorm hit Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district, India, on May 9, 2018, trapping 10 families of a nomadic tribe on hills in the Thanamandi area and killing over 110 animals, mostly sheep and goats. The state government also said that standing crops spread over 100 hectares and over a dozen orchards were damaged.

The state administration launched a major operation to rescue the families trapped in the higher reaches of the area, District Development Commissioner (DDC), Rajouri, Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, said, according to United News of India. All the members of the trapped Gujjar and Bakerwal tribes escaped unhurt and were subsequently rescued in a night-long operation.

There was no immediate report of any casualties, but over 110 small animals, mostly sheep, and goats, were killed in the hailstorm and rain, Choudhary said.

May 08 18:13

Heavy snowfall halts Kedarnath yatra, Badrinath and Hemkund also receives fresh snow

Kedarnath yatra was halted on Tuesday morning following continuous snowfall at the famous Himalayan shrine and adjoining areas since last midnight.

According to Mangesh Ghildiyal, district magistrate of Rudraprayag, the entire Kedar valley received around 3 inch of snowfall following which the pilgrims have been stopped to proceed ahead from Sonprayag.

May 08 18:13

Record snows in the Blackfoot drainage driving current Missoula flooding

While attention right now is on the flooding impacts along the Clark Fork River in Missoula, hydrologists have some of their focus much further upstream, where they're watching a record snowpack finally starting to melt.

Most of Missoula's flooding problems are starting in the high country of the Blackfoot drainage, where places like the Swan and the backside of the Mission Mountains are still buried in snow.

"The Bob Marshall Wilderness, the Mission Mountains, some of the mountains that are over along the Continental Divide, just still a lot of water left to come out of those," said National Weather Service Hydrologist Ray Nickless.

May 08 06:03

Phoenix tops out at 106 degrees, breaking 70-year-old record

Temperatures in Phoenix have reached a new high, breaking a 70-year-old record.

National Weather Service meteorologists say the desert city hit the 106-degree mark (41 degrees Celsius) just after noon.

May 08 05:53

Volcano eruption fears as almost 300 earthquakes rock Spanish holiday hotspot

The quakes have struck near Tenerife and Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands where there is a huge submarine fault between the two islands.

May 07 15:24

Climate skeptics more eco-friendly than global-warming alarmists: study

Al Gore has been accused of hypocrisy for talking the talk on climate change despite burning through fossil fuels at a rapid clip, but it turns out he’s not alone.

A study by Cornell and the University of Michigan researchers found that those “highly concerned” about climate change were less likely to engage in recycling and other eco-friendly behaviors than global-warming skeptics.

May 07 10:08

Everyone Knows That Trying To Control The Climate By Reducing CO2 Emissions Is A Joke

Everyone knows that trying to control the climate by reducing CO2 emissions is a joke -- or at least, everyone knows it who is not completely deluded by climate zealotry. But this is one of those jokes that you're not allowed to laugh at. Instead, you must listen to terribly earnest people telling you how desperately important this is to "save the planet," even as you know that the whole thing is completely preposterous and you are struggling to suppress uncontrolled snickering. Should you respond by making fun of them? If so -- and if you don't want to risk physical violence -- you had better do it in a way that they are too blinded to understand. Fortunately, this is much easier than you might think.

May 07 08:23

The latest left-wing ecological insanity: Clear-cutting forests to burn the trees for “green” energy

In the interest of stopping “global warming,” government officials in the United Kingdom have partnered with companies and governments in the state of Virginia to hack down large swaths of southern hardwood forest in order to create “biomass” energy for use across the pond.

Since continuing to burn native fossil fuels like coal won’t help the U.K. achieve its greenhouse gas emission reduction targets, the country has decided to clear-cut entire forests here in the United States and burn all the wood that’s collected to generate electricity – and it’s calling this mass destruction of trees “green” energy.

May 05 09:58

Report: Brazil, Argentina and Australia sign contracts worth hundreds of billions of dollars to house displaced U.S. populace when Yellowstone supervolcano erupts

According to a recent report, the African National Congress (ANC) recently turned down a $10B a year disaster management plan offered by the United States to house American citizens who may become displaced in the event that the Yellowstone supervolcano erupts.

May 05 06:14

Hawaii volcano erupts, 410 earthquakes in past 24 hours, deadly toxic gas, residents left to fend for themselves

Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano erupted on Friday as 410 earthquakes struck the eastern region of the Big Island in the past 24 hours causing lava to flow and fissures to tear apart roads and subdivisions near Lailani Estates as authorities warn resident are on their own amid the release of deadly toxic gases.

May 04 10:08

When will it stop raining (or snowing, if you're in the mountains)?

It will be raining most of the morning. If you're heading west, be prepared for winter driving conditions along Interstate 70.

May 04 09:42

A Las Vegas snow day In May? Lee Canyon gets dusting

A spring day in Lee Canyon on Tuesday morning looked more like a snow day in mid-February.

Snow poured down over the ski operation that ended its snow season in April. The winter playground is now in transition to be prepped for summer activities.

Josh Bean, the director of mountain operations at Lee Canyon, said last year they saw about 160 inches of snow, the largest they've seen in a couple of decades.

May 03 10:32

The Midwest and Great Lakes just endured a historically cold April

The upper Midwest and Great Lakes states are known for their long, punishing winters. But an abnormally cold April made 2017-2018’s version seem endless.

Temperatures some 8 to 14 degrees below normal, averaged over the entire month, resulted in one of the most frigid Aprils on record in the Dakotas, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and Michigan.

Temperatures ranked among the top five coldest during the month in most locations in this region, including Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Des Moines and Chicago.

May 03 10:31

Ski Season Continues in the West with More Mountain Snows

Cold air and abundant moisture will lead to a round of heavy snow in the higher elevations across the West. Winter weather alerts extend from the Laramie Range in Wyoming to Big Bear in California. More than a foot may fall in the highest elevations, especially in the Rockies of Colorado.

May 03 10:31

Rain, snow and cool temperatures tease Arizona one last time

Snow was reported in Flagstaff and along Mogollon Rim communities, a surprising early May dusting, as well as in areas around the Tinder Fire northeast of Payson, where firefighters have been working to control the wildfire that has scorched more than 11,000 acres, scorched homes and forced evacuations.

May 03 10:30

Storm brings snow, chain control to San Bernardino Mountains

A cold weather system brought spring snow to the San Bernardino Mountains Wednesday, with chain controls announced for mountain highways north of the San Gorgonio Pass.

May 03 10:30

Flagstaff weather: Is snow in May unusual?

Flagstaff might get snow on Wednesday.

According to the National Weather Service office there, the city has a decent chance — 46 percent, to be specific — of seeing snow on May 2.

Snow in May? Does that give Arizonans a crazy “this winter won’t end” story to swap with friends and family back East?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is another article that tries to downplay the late snow by saying it isn't all THAT unusual, but misses the point that the global warming hysterics were screaming snowfalls were a thing of the past back in 2000.

May 03 09:10

Global Warming Disorder is a Serious Mental Disease

One would not normally ignore a herd of stampeding elephants headed your way yet that is exactly what we are doing in terms of cold climate change, which is already overrunning Canada and great parts of the United States, Europe, Russia and parts of China.

It was the 20th of April and 90 percent of Canada was still covered with snow as was 25 percent of the continental United States. “We are in uncharted territory for winter snow remaining,” say meteorologist Jerry Shields. These are “historic numbers.” It is now May first and we are still having winter storms in the continental United States and freeze warnings for eastern KY and for parts of eastern Ohio and WV.

May 02 11:23

The Latest: 4 climbers die in Swiss Alps during snowstorm

Police in southwestern Switzerland say four Alpine climbers have died and another five others were in critical condition after becoming trapped overnight by an unexpected snowstorm and high winds.

May 01 12:52

Snow falls in North Jersey on the last day of April

Flurries and wet snow fell across North Jersey on Monday, the last day of April.

The freak spring snow came down fairly heavily in late morning and lasted about 45 minutes. It nearly stuck in West Milford, but not quite.

In addition to West Milford and Greenwood Lake, New York, snow was reported in Mahwah (Bergen County), Jefferson (Morris County), and Sparta and Vernon (Sussex County).

May 01 09:52

“Climate change” hoax starting to crumble as scientists admit doom projections were totally wrong

What they found was shocking: Simulations carried out by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change were way off. According to Curry and Lewis, these predictions overestimate the future impact of “climate change” by between 30 and 45 percent.

Apr 30 16:44

“Climate change” hoax starting to crumble as scientists admit doom projections were totally wrong

The research was carried out by U.S.-based climatologist Judith Curry and mathematician Nick Lewis, who hails from the United Kingdom. The duo analyzed climate data from the mid-19th century, all the way up through the year 2016, measuring the effects of greenhouse gasses and other purported drivers of climate change along the way.

What they found was shocking: Simulations carried out by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change were way off. According to Curry and Lewis, these predictions overestimate the future impact of “climate change” by between 30 and 45 percent.

Apr 29 07:11

7,000 underground gas bubbles poised to ‘explode’ in Arctic

Scientists have discovered as many as 7,000 gas-filled ‘bubbles’ expected to explode in Arctic regions of Siberia after an exercise involving field expeditions and satellite surveillance, TASS reported.

Apr 28 10:57

Yes, It's Snowing In Northern Minnesota Today: Photos

While people in the Twin Cities are keeping an eye on fire and flood warnings, the Duluth area is seeing yet another spring snowstorm.

Apr 27 09:59

‘Stop bombing planet A’: Macron’s climate change speech slammed online

French President Emmanuel Macron defiantly told US Congress, Wednesday, “there is no planet B,” generally amassing gushing praise from the MSM. Others, however, took Macron to task, pointing out his alleged hypocrisy.
The statement was made as Macron addressed Congress on climate change, taking aim at Trump’s decision to pull the US out of the Paris agreement.

However, some social media users offered a more skeptical reception to the speech and were quick to draw attention to the French president’s hypocrisy.

“So stop bombing Planet A,” was the hard-hitting rebuke from one Twitter user. Earlier this month France joined the US and the UK in launching airstrikes on Syria in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack on the town of Douma. Macron said at the time he had proof that the Syrian government was responsible for the alleged attack.

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