9000 Years of Central European Winter Temperatures

By | August 6, 2007

What was done Extending the work of Mangini et al. (2005), who developed a 2000-year temperature history of the central European Alps based on an analysis of δ18O data obtained from stalagmite SPA 12 of Austria’s Spannagel Cave, Vollweiler et al. (2006) used similarly-measured δ18O data obtained from two adjacent stalagmites (SPA 128 and SPA 70) within the… Read More »

The Earth Fights Back

By | August 6, 2007

Never mind higher temperatures, climate change has a few nastier surprises in store. Bill McGuire says we can also expect more earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides and tsunamis

Hurricane Season Far From Over

By | August 6, 2007

The tropics remain quiet midway through the first two months of the 2007 Atlantic Basin Hurricane season, and that has many people thinking that hurricane forecasters, including AccuWeather.com Chief Hurricane Forecaster Joe Bastardi, were wrong in their forecasts for the 2007 Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season.

Newsweek’s Chilling Effect

By | August 6, 2007

Environment: Newsweek equates global warming skeptics with Holocaust deniers and accuses reputable scientists of being paid to create confusion in the face of consensus. Galileo is once again on trial.

Newsweek mimics tobacco industry tactics

By | August 6, 2007

“Newsweek’s latest cover story predicting ‘global warming’ catastrophe is no more scientific and no less incredible than its story 30 years ago predicting ‘global cooling’,” said Robert Ferguson, President of the influential Science and Public Policy Institute (www.scienceandpublicpolicy.org).