Category Archives: AGW Climate Perspective

Articles with a long term perspective on Climate.

Solar Cycle Oh Dear…

Does the present state of the Sun imply even more slowdown of the solar output ahead? And does that imply a cold snowy Europe with a warmer Florida? Continue reading

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Last Night, It Rained

It rained this morning in San Jose. On the last day of May. Not a record or extreme event, but very much a normal, if unusual, cold and wet episode. Certainly not “Global Warming” when it is cold and dank. Continue reading

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New Ice Age Scare? Yes, it DID happen.

A nice little video from the Wayback Time of the History Channel, in which we are told a new Ice Age Cometh… Continue reading

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The Joy of Being Late, and Inadequate

An interesting link to an interesting site with an odd personal connection for me ( I read the same book 1/2 century ago…) that does a nice job of laying out some cycles of history. Continue reading

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CET Says?

A short look at ranges and temperatures at the start and end of the CET temperature series Continue reading

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Sen. Whitehouse on CSPAN Missing The Obvious

Sen. Whitehouse makes a CSPAN speech long on Talking Points, personal anecdotes, and short on thought. Yes, the usual… Continue reading

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The Sun Does Not Warm The Earth

The Sun does not warm the Earth. Something else does. The Sun just modulates that other flux. Continue reading

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