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Monthly Archives: July 2019


We’ve been warned by an asteroid. The next one might hit.

Larry Kummer, Editor Science & Nature 30 July 2019 Summary: We have had several near-misses – asteroids passing close by with little warning from our sensors. This reminds us that asteroid and comet impacts have changed the course of life…

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Changes In Attitude – Changes In Latitude

Taking the average of all GHCN stations in Western Europe, there has been about 8F (4.4C) warming since 1895. This has corresponded with a southward move of about four degrees average station latitude . The rule of thumb is that…

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Jet Setting Prince Harry Only Wants Two Kids (To Save The Planet!)

By Paul Homewood   Come back Monty Python!     https://news.sky.com/story/prince-harry-warns-about-impact-of-unconscious-bias-on-racism-in-vogue-interview-11773590   Could this be the same wally who has just travelled to Sicily (by foot?) to lecture a bunch of hypocritical billionaires (who flew there in a fleet of…

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Record low temps in Oklahoma and Texas

Funny how ‘hottest year evah’ assertions keep popping up when so many places are reporting record cold. https://www.weathernationtv.com/news/trough-brings-record-cold-temps/ Thanks to Jack Hydrazine for this link The post Record low temps in Oklahoma and Texas appeared first on Ice Age Now….

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