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Entry into Astronomy

One of these days, perhaps on the weekend, I’m going to start posting a lot of astronomical articles. I don’t have time right now, too much work to do, but I really need to. 77 more words


9/2/14 National News: The Cause of Polar Vortex? Study Has Answer

Millons across the United States heard the phrase a little more often than they would have liked this past winter. 180 more words

General News

Will ManBearPig be a part of Al Gore's 'new reality'?

We’re guessing this wasn’t meant to be funny, but we think it’s downright hilarious:

Let’s make progress our new reality. Join me for 24 Hours of Reality on Sept 16-17 to share…

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US Politics

Inconvenient: New paper finds the last interglacial was warmer than today - not simulated by climate models

A new paper published in Climate of the Past compares temperature reconstructions of the last interglacial period [131,000-114,000 years ago] to climate model simulations and finds climate models significantly underestimated global temperatures of the last interglacial by ~0.67C on an annual basis and by ~1.1C during the warmest month. 393 more words


Phineas Fahrquar reblogged this on Public Secrets and commented:

If this research holds up, it's utterly devastating to the theory of catastrophic man-caused global warming.

The Immorality of Inaction and the Challenge of Immobility

Hi everyone,

Have you read this? Climate Scientists Spell Out Stark Danger And Immorality Of Inaction In New Leaked Report.

Global warming and the resulting climate change is freaking frightening – significantly scary – and much more…. 605 more words

News And Observations

Sunspots 2014: Case for a weak Dalton Minimum

Austin, September 2, 2014 – New evidence is accumulating each month during Cycle 24’s sunspot progression. The emerging picture shows that the sun is entering into a weak… 940 more words


Study links polar vortex chills to melting sea ice

WASHINGTON – A new study says that as the world gets warmer, parts of North America, Europe and Asia could see more frequent and stronger visits of cold air as the world gets warmer. 577 more words