• US Tornado Activity Lowest In 65 Years Of Record Keeping

    • Date: 05/10/18
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    A record-low 759 tornadoes formed in the U.S. so far this year, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Storm Prediction Center (SPC). Through Oct. 3 of this year, SPC recorded two fewer tornadoes than the previous record-low of 761. Tornado activity has been unusually low in recent years, according to SPC data, which goes […]

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  • Global Temperatures Keep Falling

    • Date: 02/10/18
    • Benny Peiser, GWPF & Roy Spencer

    According to the latest UAH satellite measurements,  global average lower tropospheric temperature has dropped  to levels that has made September the coolest in 10 years. In fact, global temperatures are now below they were three years ago, i.e. before a very strong El Nino temporarily drove up global temperatures by 0.6 deg C at their peak […]

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  • Arctic Sea Ice Rebounds

    • Date: 02/10/18
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) confirm that the average Arctic sea ice extent during September was the fourth highest since 2006, and the greatest since 2014. http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icecover_30y.uk.php It is of course far too short a period to pretend to identify any real trends, but it is clear that the short period of decline before 2007 […]

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  • Could Rising Land Slow Down West Antarctic Ice Melt?

    • Date: 22/09/18
    •  Valentina R. Barletta, Science Nordic

    The West Antarctic ice sheet is sitting under water. This is key to understanding the evolution of the ice sheet and how the rising sea floor might even help to slow down ice melt in this part of Antarctica. The hidden landscape underneath the Antarctic ice sheet has a deep influence on how the ice […]

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  • Arctic Ice Growing Again

    • Date: 18/09/18
    • Ron Clutz, Science Matters

    Arctic ice is presently 472.000 km^2 more than in 2007, and 1.2 million km^2 more than the record setting 2012. One week ago on day 252 MASIE reported the lowest daily extent of the year at 4.43M km2.  One week later the image above shows how the ice edges have refrozen and extended.  Note also […]

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  • Climate And The Subtle Sun

    • Date: 13/09/18
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    The Earth receives about 2 x 10E17 Watts from the Sun. It is the energy that keeps the Earth habitable and drives the weather and climate system. How do variations in the Sun’s output affect the Earth is a persistent question in climate science. The answer depends upon how you look at it. Many say not […]

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  • North Atlantic Cooling in 2018

    • Date: 12/09/18
    • Ron Clutz, Science Matters

    For the last few years, observers have been speculating about when the North Atlantic will start the next phase shift from warm to cold. Source: Energy and Education Canada An example is this report in May 2015 The Atlantic is entering a cool phase that will change the world’s weather by Gerald McCarthy and Evan Haigh of […]

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  • Benefits Of Global Warming: Global Tree Cover Is Expanding Rapidly

    • Date: 06/09/18
    • Ronald Bailey, Reason Online

    Global tree canopy cover increased by 2.24 million square kilometers (865,000 square miles) between 1982 and 2016, reports a new study in Nature. These new findings contradict earlier studies that reported a continuing net loss of forest cover.   Researchers using satellite data tracked the changes in various land covers to find that gains in forest area […]

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