By Terrance Aym – 28 Mar 11 – (Excerpts) – Geologic records show that Ice Ages are the norm, punctuated by brief periods of warming. Now one of the most highly respected paleoclimatologists – George Kukla, 77, retired professor of paleoclimatology at Columbia University and researcher at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory – has weighed in and is warning everyone to prepare for a new Ice Age.
17 Feb 11 – Already more snowfall than 1998 record for entire month, and it’s only the 17th. Think you’ll see this in the mainstream media?
25 May 10 – The revamped cap-and-trade (control-and-tax) bill that Senators Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.) and John Kerry (D-Mass.) are trying to foist on the American public is predicated on a flat-out lie.
14 Jan 10 – (Excerpts) – “On Monday, scientists from the Norwegian Polar Institute reported that they’d measured sea temperatures beneath an East Antarctic ice shelf and found no signs of warming whatsoever,”
The past is indeed the key to the future – 10 Nov 09 – Recent laser imaging of the Earth’s surface provides new evidence for abrupt, fluctuating, warm and cool climatic episodes that could not have been caused by changes in atmospheric CO2, nor by humans.
Al Gore is purposely misleading people – 3 Nov 09 – Listen to this great interview on “It’s Rainmaking Time!” with Kim Greenhouse, astrophysicist Dr. Willie Soon and hydroclimatologist David Legates.
17 Nov 08 – Canada’s highest point – the ice-covered peak of Yukon’s soaring Mount Logan – may be due for an official re-measurement after readings suggest this superlative summit has experienced a growth spurt.
California Glaciers Growing – 9 Jul 08 – An AP article by Samantha Young admits that all seven glaciers on California’s Mount Shasta are growing. The article then goes on to rhapsodize about global warming.
World Sea Ice reaches ‘unprecedented’ 25 year high in April! – 5 May 08
Snow accumulation rising like a rocket – 21 Jan 08 – A new paper has just appeared in Geophysical Research Letters entitled “A doubling in snow accumulation in the western Antarctic Peninsula since 1850.”