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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Lightning strikes occur in time with the spinning Sun in 150 year old Japanese farm records

Our understanding of the sun’s effect of Earth’s weather is so immature Remarkably, some Japanese families kept weather record diaries in the 1700 and 1800s, and some for as long as 150 years. The connections they reveal are tantalizing but…

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Conservation Of Stupidity Among Climate Alarmists

One of the dumbest ideas which climate alarmists have is that glaciers calving is an indication of melt and sea level rise. This video of a Greenland glacier fracturing is a close, scary look at sea level rise – The…

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Astronomers witness a star devouring a planet

From MIT: New data may explain star’s mysterious dimming. This artist’s illustration depicts the destruction of a young planet, which scientists may have witnessed for the first time. Image: NASA/CXC/M.Weiss For nearly a century, astronomers have puzzled over the curious…

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Increasing aerosols may have induced cooling in China

Increasing aerosols may have induced cooling in China David L. Hagen writes about a new study: Increasing aerosols, decreasing insolation, decreasing temperature, and decreasing precipitable water over 18 years in China.  A satellite image shows pollution over eastern China in…

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