Death Valley

Death Valley Heat “could torch the record book”

Death Valley heat “could torch the record book” claimed ABC (Australia) News 17 August 2020. On Sunday 16 August the temperature in Death Valley, California, was recorded a 54.4°C (130°F). That is certainly a scorching temperature, but it won’t burn any records no matter how many media sources “promote it”. The same event was reported […]

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Forest New Zealand

Antarctic Rainforest

Antarctic rainforest found, according to BBC News and ScienceDaily 1 April 2020, and Nature 2 April 2020, doi: 10.1038/s41586-020-2148-5. A team of scientists from Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI), Germany and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have examined a core of rock from West Antarctica, approximately 900km from the South Pole and found it contained fossilised […]

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Rain Cloud

40 Year Aussie Rain Cycles

40 year Aussie rain cycles found, according University of Newcastle News and Australasian Journal of Water Resources doi: 10.1080/13241583.2018.1446677, 18 March 2018. Researchers at the University of Newcastle, Australia, Anthony Kiem and Greg McMahon, have carried out a survey historical flood date from 10 catchment areas in South East Queensland. Their work extended a study […]

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Wheat Crop

Rain Spreads Crop Diseases

Rain spreads crop diseases, according to an article in ScienceDaily 20 November 2017. Previous research has shown that raindrops can spread microscopic pathogens, i.e. disease causing bacteria, viruses and fungi. A team of researchers at the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics at Virginia Tech have now studied how the spread actually happens, using laser […]

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Sunset Sea

No Wonder Trump Won

No wonder trump won, as BBC News and World Meteorological Organisation 14 November 2016 proclaim 2016 will be world’s warmest year on record, and this has been mimicked by media everywhere. According to the BBC, scientists are 90% certain 2016 will be the hottest year on record, based on nine months of data for this […]

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Australian Rainfall Cycles

Real Rain Records. Want to check on politicians’ and environmentalists’ views on climate or global warming? Then there’s nothing better than to get it from the people who were there, rather than a data sheet from a computer expert. Above is a plot of very real historic data compiled by a man who was trained […]

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Updated Climate Analysis

Updated climate analysis from physicist Dr Heinz Lycklama now available. In May 2009 nuclear physicist Heinz Lycklama published “An Independent Analysis of Global Warming”. Since then the “Climategate” e-mail and data leak, along with several errors by the IPCC, have been revealed, and Heinz has updated his report. He summarises his findings as follows: The […]

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Europe Freezes

Europe freezes as temperatures plunge to lowest in three decades, Rome has snow for the first time in 27 years, flights are grounded, governments argue over gas supplies, the UK Met Office issues nine warnings for ice disruptions to transport, and over two hundred people die of cold or in accidents caused by freezing weather […]

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Warming and Cooling

“Alternate warming and cooling has occurred about every 27 years since 1470AD, well before atmospheric CO2 began to increase,” wrote Geology Prof Don Easterbrook (2 Nov 2008), for Global Research. Easterbrook is Professor Emeritus of Geology at Western Washington University, Bellingham (USA) and has correlated historical records of climate cycles with data from the Greenland […]

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2500 Years of Climate Variability

2,500 years of climate variability reported in Science, vol. 331, p278, 4 February 2011, DOI: 10.1126/science.1197175, ScienceNOW 13 January 2011 and SciencDaily 14 January 2011. An international team of archaeologists, climatologists, geographers and historians have used thousands of tree ring measurements from Germany, France, Italy and Austria to draw up a record temperature and rainfall […]

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