Tag Archives: LIA

Willie Soon and the Woman Scorned Index

A brief look at the Willie Soon / Sallie Baliunas paper showing that LIA and MWP were very real, and today is not at all unusual in temperatures. Continue reading

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An Interesting Resource for Weather History vs Sunspots

Links to, and copy of, a very interesting Bibliography of climate / weather history including the LIA and some sunspot information. Continue reading

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Does Anybody Really Know What TSI It Is?

Turns out TSI is a mess an one of the best solar researchers on the planet (IMHO) thinks were up for a Grand Minimum and lower TSI leading to a little ice age. Continue reading

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Gail Combs Notices The Cold and The Clock

Current snow driven weather, where it comes from, and what I think it means. All from a nicely packaged comment by Gail Combs in a comment on WUWT. Continue reading

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