Sunday, October 20, 2013


Quietest Sun since Dalton Minimum 190 years ago
During the Dalton Minimum the world cooled and weather was often more violent, shortening growing season and impacting the world’s food supply. Current crops are reporting record yields, perhaps from increased CO2. The question is with a colder climate, will the world’s farmers be able to sustain those robust yields?
Antarctic sea ice still at record high — where is springtime melt? « JoNova
Whatever happened to polar amplification?
The age of climate alarmism is coming to an end |
[Jim Lakely] This is just the latest signal that the age of climate alarmism is over. Given five tries to convince the world that human activity is causing catastrophic warming of the planet, runaway sea-level rise and various weather disasters, the public still doesn’t buy it.
Record cotton crop in Gujarat this year, exports may double
Rajkot(Gujarat): The cotton industry in Gujarat is expecting a bumper crop this season, with Gujarat contributing 1.20 crore cotton bales out of the national output of 3.82 crore cotton bales.

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