Category Archives: AGW Climate Perspective

Articles with a long term perspective on Climate.

B.C. Pots, Milk, Climate Change & Red Heads

An interesting alternative thermometer found in pottery and milk fats. The deep history showing human adaptability to massive climate change along with warmth in the past and temperature controlling CO2 ppm. Continue reading

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Nobel Laureate Dr. Kary Mullis: Climatology is a “Joke”

A Nobel Laureate, Dr. Kary Mullis, says “Climatology is a Joke” in this video. Then lays some good reasons why. Continue reading

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Sprinkling On Official 1st Summer Holiday

Why is it sprinkling on me in California on Memorial Day weekend? Why is snow forcast for the Sierra Nevada mountains? This is the official first outdoor holiday of the summer season. This is NOT “global warming”. Continue reading

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It is all about the wind…

In the San Francisco Bay Area / Silicon Valley it is rather like it was in the late ’60s and early ’70s. No need for A/C. Wind more blustery. Nights so cool tomatoes will not set fruit (below 50 F). I suspect the PDO flip that caused the Great Pacific Climate Shift has flipped back. Continue reading

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