Tag Archives: cold

It’s a bit cold in the North Oceans

The ocean, especially in the Northern Hemisphere, has a very cold anomaly. Continue reading

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The inconvenient snows

It is starting out cold and snowy rather early. Continue reading

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CET, taking a dump

The CET Central England Temperatures show a significant cold turn in the last few years with the temperature average about 1/4 C away from dead normal and dropping like a stone in a pond… Continue reading

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Cold Hard News…

A collection of some cold news events from around the planet, and a deep blue sea… Continue reading

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Hekla-ing Egypt

Are historical patterns repeating to some extent? Is the Egypt / Hittite / Sea People / Canaan pattern shaping up for a repeat? Does Hekla play a role in that repeating dynamic? And can past “Intermediate Periods” give us a clue what happens when cold times, volcanoes, and political unrest mix in the region? Continue reading

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