Below is an article of a frozen mammoth found in Siberia with grass still in it’s mouth. This simple fact has baffled scientist along with the fact of what in the heck is a woolly mammoth doing in Siberia in the first place. Mammoths are elephant like creatures that need plenty of vegetation and...
I've been thinking about the weird weather we've been having, the drloughts in the midwest, the severe weather, and now apparently the "greening" of Greenland re: the ice sheet melting.
Anyway what if H.A.A.R. P can really control the weather. What if they are trying to convince the...
"In the present year, 1845, the descendants of the new colonists are enjoying the most congenial climate of which their latitude admits, the pole being distant to 90 degrees to the west, and the line of maximum declination in their midst. Their next cold period will be in the year 2011 1-2 when...
The UN Security Council has given ‘fatwa’ that NATO’s ‘no-fly zone’ over Libya be lifted as the western invaders have declared ‘Mission Accomplished’.
The morally sickos like US Secretary of State, Israel-Firster Hillary Clinton, showed her pleasure at the ‘cowboy-style’ lynching of Muammar...
Dog sleds that have carried Inuit hunters since the earliest times are now helping tow high technology across the Arctic to investigate the latest global warming-related changes in sea ice there.
Recent measurements have shown that the Arctic has warmed faster than any other region of the...
Watts Up With That?
Jan 1, 2011
From the NOAA National Weather Service Office in Miami comes this year end report:
2010 South Florida Weather Year in Review
Coldest December on Record Concludes Year of Extremes
December 30th, 2010: Temperature and precipitation extremes marked...
A new study has found that global warming is playing a major role in driving the string of freezing European winters over the past decade.
According to the study, the culprit is the Arctic's receding surface ice, which scientists believe could disappear entirely by the century's end.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Stay tuned for nature's coming attraction. Early next week, the Geminid meteor shower will make its annual appearance, just in time for Christmas. Astronomers consider it the best meteor shower of the year, with more than 100 meteors streaking through the night sky every...
Watts Up With That?
April 20, 2010
Guest post by Steven Goddard
Wikipedia Image of Disaster Movie poster
While volcanic ash falls on Britain, in yet another*assault*on reason, the Royal Society has warned :
In papers published by the Royal Society, researchers warned that melting ice, sea...
S. Fred Singer
Thursday, February 11th, 2010
Almost daily, we learn about new problems with the formerly respected UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC): In their 2001 report, they claimed that the 20th century was “unusual” and blamed it on human-released...
ANDREW C. REVKIN
Friday, Jan 1st, 2010
The unusual *pattern of atmospheric high and low pressure over and around the Arctic that has contributed to the recent snow and cold from Alabama to *Washington, to *East Anglia, England (and *rain and warmth along the west coast of Greenland) is...
Earth tilted,Inuit elders
Thursday, December 31, 2010
The Inuit Eskimo elders from Canada and Greenland, the sun in a different place today than a few years ago and it is higher in the sky than usual.
They do not just talk about change on the Sun, the position of the moon and the stars are...
Infowars.com Correspondent in Copenhagen
December 17, 2009
Andrei Illarionov, the president of the Institute of Economic Analysis, Moscow, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, Washington.
On the eve of the summit in Copenhagen it is useful to clarify once again that...
Doug L. Hoffman
The Resiliant Earth
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Recent claims by climate change alarmists have raised the possibility that terrestrial ecosystems and particularly the oceans have started loosing part of their ability to absorb a large proportion of man-made CO2 emissions...
Charles Q. Choi
December 2, 2009
In the film, “The Day After Tomorrow,” the world gets gripped in ice within the span of just a few weeks. Now research now suggests an eerily similar event might indeed have occurred in the past.
Looking ahead to the future, there is no reason why...
The findings could help us understand more about rapid climate changes, scientists said.
Until now temperatures during the warm periods between ice ages - known as interglacials - were thought to be only slightly warmer than those of the present day, British Antarctic Survey (BAS) scientists...
Mini ice age took hold of Europe in months
11 November 2009 by Kate Ravilious
Big freezes can happen fast (Image: Tancrediphoto.com/Stone/Getty)
JUST months - that's how long it took for Europe to be engulfed by an ice age. The scenario, which comes straight out of Hollywood blockbuster...
Roy Spencer PhD
Monday, Oct 26th, 2009
About.com describes an “urban legend” as an apocryphal (of questionable authenticity), secondhand story, told as true and just plausible enough to be believed, about some horrific…series of events….it’s likely to be framed as a cautionary tale. Whether...
new york city
Evidence from Hawaii and Iceland has indicated that the Earth may literally have a heartbeat, in the sense that the planet’s core may be dispatching simultaneous plumes of magma towards the surface every 15 million years or so.
According to a report in New Scientist, if the hypothesis is true...