Thousands cheered and threw snowballs in the streets of Buenos Aires
27 Jun 07 – Dr. Nils-Axel Mörner, head of the Paleogeophysics and Geodynamics department at Stockholm University in Sweden,
Forget Global Warming – 15 June 07 – In the 1970s, leading scientists claimed that the world was threatened by an era of global cooling.
Based on what we’ve learned this decade, says George Kukla, those scientists had it right.
Nisqually Glacier Advancing –
But headline says “State’s shrinking glaciers: Going … going … gone?”
As far as I’m concerned, this article by Seattle Times staff reporter Warren Cornwall is another case of misleading – if not downright dishonest – reporting.
New Little Ice Age by 2030 – Solar retrograde cycle – Updated 7 Sep 06 – I first published this forecast by Dr. Landscheidt in 2003. However, with the recent reported cooling of the Atlantic Ocean, and with the first reversed sunspot of what may be the beginning of the next solar cycle, and with Russian scientists predicting a new Little Ice Age, I thought it would be an appropriate to give more credit to Dr. Landscheidt. He had been predicting this scenario for years.
Magnetic Reversal Due? Yes, says Dr Alan Thomson of the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh.
11 Aug 05 – Norwegian researchers at the University of Bergen have found underwater hot springs – hot enough to sustain coral – in the chilly waters of the Arctic.
4 Jul 05 – The tiny country of Tuvalu is not cooperating with global warming models. In the early 1990s, scientists warned that the Pacific coral atoll of nine islands – only 12 feet above sea level at their highest point – would vanish within decades, swamped by rising seas. Sea levels were supposedly rising at the rate of 1.5 inches per year.
Temperatures dropped an average of 1.23 degrees Fahrenheit per decade from 1986 to 2000.