Bastiat Triangle Alliance
- Does one ten-thousandth of the atmosphere control Earth’s thermostat?
- Cold October (and now November) in perspective
- Utah sees record cold of -43.6 ºF – ‘Perhaps the lowest October temperature ever recorded’ in the Continental U.S.
- WSJ: Fires and Blackouts Made in Sacramento
- CA: No Global Warming Last 5 Years
Category Archives: Solar
We just wrapped up summer without any long term periods of temperatures over 100 degrees. Yes, we had some 3-4 day periods. Now it looks like September is going to be cooler than average. So, the question is how much … Continue reading
A pair of new international studies which punched holes in the absoluteness of man-made climate change have gotten little-to-no attention in the corporate media. Researchers from Kobe University in Japan found that high-energy particles from space known as galactic cosmic … Continue reading
Atmospheric Gases: When discussing atmospheric gases, it is useful to refresh one’s memory of the relative concentrations of various gases. To be more useful these will be put in the same units, that is ppmv: parts per million by volume. … Continue reading
There is absolutely nothing unusual about today’s so-called global warming or if you prefer climate change. Look at how many periods of warmth our planet has enjoyed during the past 10,000 years alone. Civilizations flourished during those warm periods and … Continue reading
NASA’s AIM spacecraft is monitoring a vast ring of noctilucent (night-shining) clouds circling Antarctica. These strange clouds, formed at the edge of space by ice-frosted specks of meteor smoke, may be linked through recently discovered teleconnections to cold weather patterns … Continue reading
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