Radical environmentalists continue to claim that CO2 emissions cause climate change and that global warming, aka, climate change, will bring more severe storms. Every year, the facts prove them wrong. 2015 is the second year in a row that no Continue reading The Myth of More Severe Storms
The 2014 Atlantic hurricane season hasn’t lived up to the dire predictions of global warming alarmists. This season, once again, has had few hurricanes. In fact, the first four years of this decade have been very quiet. Even Sandy wasn’t Continue reading The Myth of More Severe Storms
On at least two occasions, the National Geographic Magazine has published stories about water levels in the Great Lakes, attempting to establish that global warming was a threat, and that water usage should be curtailed. Here’s a quote from the Continue reading Water: The Next Scapegoat, Pt 2
The 2013 hurricane season hasn’t lived up to the dire predictions of global warming alarmists. This season had the fewest number of hurricanes since 1982. In fact, the first three years of this decade have been very quiet. Even Sandy Continue reading Hurricane Predictions
Prior to forty or so years ago, the National Geographic magazine was a respected publication. As a student, I used to refer to the National Geographic for accurate information on historic events, people and geography. Today, it is becoming just Continue reading Has National Geographic Sullied Its Reputation?
My February 28, 2012 article, Geomagnetic Storm described the catastrophe that a large magnetic storm, equivalent in size to the solar storm in 1859, i.e., the Carrington event, could cause. Put simply: A geomagnetic storm of that size would probably Continue reading A Carrington Catastrophe