Category Archives: AGW Climate Perspective

Articles with a long term perspective on Climate.

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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Texas, Rain, and 1500 Year Cycles

Some thoughts on Texas droughts and floods and the 1500 year cycle of cold plunges. Continue reading

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More on Middle East Drought, Cold, and California Drought

A quote of a long comment on WUWT and a pointer to an interesting site on ancient weather history at Stanford. Continue reading

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Atlantic, Boreal, Cycles and Events

There are, and always have been, cycles in the climate of the Earth. We explore some of the names given to these cycles by various investigators and mention a few historical connections. Continue reading

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Nordic Bronze Age Warm Period

Viking Scandinavia in the Bronze Age was a nice and warm place. Continue reading

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