Wednesday, January 23, 2013

THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: Paper finds solar activity at end of 20th century was at highest levels of past 9,000 years
A 2012 paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reconstructs solar activity from isotopes in ice cores and tree rings, and finds solar activity at the end of the 20th century was at the highest levels of the past 9,000 years. The paper confirms other peer-reviewed publications indicating that the Sun was particularly active during the 20th century in comparison to the past several millenia In addition, the authors find good agreement between solar activity and the Asian climate as determined from stalagmites in the Dongge cave, China.
THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: Paper finds tiny changes in solar activity explain N Hemisphere temps over past millennium
Climate alarmists often claim that tiny changes in solar activity cannot explain the temperature changes of the past millennium. However, a paper published in Geophysical Research Letters finds tiny changes in solar activity of .07% or less can account for changes in Northern Hemisphere [NH] temperature over the past 1,000 years. The paper examines 4 reconstructions of solar activity, each of which show a 'hockey stick' of solar activity in the 20th century. The paper adds to hundreds of other peer-reviewed publications demonstrating that tiny changes in solar activity can account for climate and temperature changes on Earth.
The Huge Increase in Babies Twenty Years Ago | Real Science
Actually we are experiencing a record low number of hurricanes and tornadoes, and forest fires are near a twenty year low. The only reason this moron believes what he believes – is because he never paid attention before.
Articles: Book review: The Mad, Mad, Mad World of Climatism
I strongly urge people to buy and read this book, and to keep it on hand for quick reference when those who unquestioningly follow President Obama's call for action on global warming ratchet up the clamor for action. Allowing such rhetoric to go by without a hitting back is to let the handlers of low-information voters win the day. What these handlers can't tolerate is their minions losing the debate to high-information voters. Such losses breed more high-information voters, an anathema to the so-called global warming fraternity.

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