First time in recorded history that three Category 4 hurricanes have appeared simultaneously in the Pacific Ocean. Continue reading Three Category 4 hurricanes hit Pacific Ocean at the same time
“If winter this year felt particularly punishing – full of teeth-rattling mornings as back-to-back cold fronts swept through with an absence of mild days scattered in between – you were not imagining it,” says theage.com. Continue reading Melbourne, Australia – Coldest winter in 26 years
For anyone who wants to see how wrong NASA can be with their predictions we have this from December 2006. Continue reading NASA blew this one big-time
Overnight snowfalls stranded a number of motorists on the Huon Highway south of Hobart. Continue reading Police rescue motorists stranded by heavy snowfall in Tasmania
According to NASA, the sunspot cycle we are now passing through – Sunspot Cycle 24 – is the smallest such cycle since Cycle 14, which ended back in 1906. Continue reading Sunspot count now lower than during the Dalton Minimum
“These unelected, unaccountable US, EU and UN bureaucrats want complete control over our industries; over everything we make, grow, ship, eat and do; and over every aspect of our lives, livelihoods, living standards and liberties. Continue reading Climate Crisis, Inc.
Scientists within the agencies (NOAA and NASA) know that this is dishonest. – Tom Harris Continue reading Deceptive temperature record claims
Converting the imbeciles (like you and me)
“Humanity is at risk from faux-science, bureaucratic and activist control of every aspect of life” – Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser Continue reading Decarbonize Yourselves First!
Could melt the icecap and form deadly lahars, but the government is restricting information. Continue reading Locals fear Ecuador’s Cotopaxi volcano
We have a summer place near Cowley in SW Alberta. Continue reading August snowfall in Alberta
15 Aug 2015 – More than 100,000 animals (llamas, alpacas, vicunas and sheep) and require immediate attention – especially fodder. Continue reading Bolivia – Lack of fodder threatens more than 100,000 animals
Snow was falling at the outer edges of Calgary and many areas west, south and north of the city late Friday. Continue reading Summer snowfall in western Alberta – Frost advisories issued