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Human Activity is not the Cause of Climate Change, it is the Result

Many people today are totally convinced that changes in human activity are the cause of climate change. I want to show that actually, the exact opposite is true. I suggest further that most climate change originates beyond the Earth, mainly … Continue reading

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Which Causes which out of Atmospheric Temperature and CO2 content?

Over very long periods of time as ice ages come and go, it has been found that temperature leads atmospheric CO2 content by about 800 years. This seems to contradict the IPCC and other views that CO2 causes change in … Continue reading

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Earth Now a Windier World

Discovery News By Emily Sohn Thu Mar 24, 2011 02:01 PM ET THE GIST Top oceanic wind speeds and wave heights have steadily increased over the last 23 years. If the trend continues, major storms may become more destructive in … Continue reading

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Magnetic Polar Shifts Causing Massive Global Superstorms

Eclectic Thought Source: http://www.salem-news.com/articles/february042011/global-superstorms-ta.php Feb-04-2011 00:50 Terrence Aym Salem-News.com Superstorms can also cause certain societies, cultures or whole countries to collapse. Others may go to war with each other. Courtesy: Weather Snob (CHICAGO) – NASA has been warning about it…scientific papers … Continue reading

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Rapid Climate Change

Climate Change New Dawn in Climatology January 3, 2011 by Mark Sircus Actually the deep snow above at Mammoth Mountain is nothing compared to the snow at one Vancouver Island ski resort, which was practically completely snowed-in. Mount Washington has … Continue reading

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The Ocean’s Influence Greater Than Thought

A description of a recent paper in Nature states that: Alex Bojanowski at Germany’s online Der Spiegel reports here on a new paper appearing in Nature that shows climate change in the 1970s was caused by ocean cooling. Climate simulation … Continue reading

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Hale Sunspot Cycle in English Temperature Record?

In an article “The Sun Talks to the Trees Too” In Roger’s blog the question is raised of whether the 22 year Hale double sunspot cycle is visible in temperature records. Looking at the longest thermometer temperature record, English temperatures … Continue reading

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Solar Cycles in 150 Years of Global Sea-Surface Temperature Data

Jiansong Zhou and Ka Kit Tung, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA Abstract The purpose of the present work is to demonstrate that a solar-cycle response exists in surface temperature using the longest global dataset available, … Continue reading

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Climate Change Controversy and Climate Audit

While Cycles Research Institute does not maintain any particular position on climate change, we do believe that cycles studies can help significantly in determining what proportion of climate change is attributable to humans. To this end it is important that … Continue reading

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Temperature Change Precedes CO2 Change

An analysis of more than 50 years of monthly data shows that the rate of change of temperature precedes the rate of change of atmospheric CO2 content by 6 months. Both variables are determined as 12 month changes to remove … Continue reading

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