Why NASA Keeps a Close Eye on the Sun's Irradiance
(PhysOrg.com) -- For more than two centuries, scientists have wondered how much heat and light the sun expels, and whether this energy varies enough to change Earth’s climate. In the absence of a good method for measuring the sun's output, the scientific conversation was often heavy with speculation.Killed by cold: Heart and stroke deaths peak in winter
Rates of cardiovascular disease increase dramatically in Australian winters because many people don't know how to rug up against the cold, a Queensland University of Technology seasonal researcher has found.Past the tipping point | Watts Up With That?
Looks like the Arctic is less tipped than it was 20 years ago.C3: Why Do AGW-Alarmists Avoid Talking About The Roman Period? Research Shows It Was Hot 2,000 Years Ago
The Roman Warming was an extended period of atypical warmth associated with low levels of atmospheric CO2. Neither alarmists nor climate models have any explanation for this period of natural warming. Typical alarmist response is that Roman Warming was just a regional condition, despite a slew of peer-reviewed research finding it was of global nature.