Category Archives: Analysis

Global Warming Returns?

Record -36° in Minnesota… NEW YEAR’S EVE IN NYC COLDEST IN HISTORY? Temps 30° BELOW normal… Some of most extreme cold ‘ever observed’ in central Missouri… Arctic Blast: Canada… Siberia, Antarctica Warmer Than NH… Frosty weather closes Maine ski areas… … Continue reading

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Cosmic Rays, Solar Activity, Have Much Greater Impact On Earth’s Climate Than Models Suggest

The local progressive challenge is always “was it Peer-Reviewed?” Yes, this paper was peer-reviewed. Abstract: Ions produced by cosmic rays have been thought to influence aerosols and clouds. In this study, the effect of ionization on the growth of aerosols … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, California, Climate Change, Solar | 1 Comment

Exodus Starts: Millennials Ditch City Life

The urban revival of America’s core inner cities has been a decades-long failed experiment, as deindustrialization coupled with failed liberal policies have created a growing problem of inequality and violent crime. Middle-class advancement was once localized in the core of … Continue reading

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Putting the New York Times leaked US Climate Report in perspective.

  Government Climate Scientists Attempting To Extort Money From President Trump

Posted in Analysis, Climate, Climate Change, Solar

Sea Level Rise Has Paused

Editors Note:  Title was changed from Stopped to Paused.  It appears that sea level rise started declining in early 2016 and has continued as the snowpack piles up in Greenland, Antarctic and Sierra.   Here is a more detailed look … Continue reading

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How to Draw a Red Line

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Californians think climate change is happening but that it won’t hurt them, survey finds | The Sacramento Bee

Californians are more likely to believe that global warming is happening than residents of nearly every other state – but that doesn’t mean all Californians agree about it. Belief that global warming is real ranges from around 65 percent in … Continue reading

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