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2012-02-12 10:00:00

The recently released eBook "Earth's Natural Climate Pulse" links a naturally occurring climate pulse to recurring cycles of global cooling, global warming, carbon dioxide, melting of the Arctic ice, and the year of no summer in 1816. The book is an update of the original eBook "Global Warming - Global Cooling," researched and authored by David Dilley of Global Weather Oscillations Incorporated (GWO), and published on the GWO website. Mr. Dilley's research links specific gravitational cycles...

2011-03-31 07:40:00

WASHINGTON, March 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Discover the timely missing puzzle pieces to everything on astronomy and climate change that NASA, National Geographic, the Discovery Channel, and National Academy of Science never told you, because they never knew of this first-time-ever-released discovery of the century! Manhin Look-Yat, author of the timely book release TRUE PLANETARY MOTIONS AND RHYTHMIC CLIMATIC CHANGES, sat on a time bomb of astronomical discovery for over 30 years. Upon...

2010-12-28 07:10:00

WASHINGTON, Dec. 28, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Discover the timely missing puzzle pieces to everything on astronomy and climate change that NASA, National Geographic, the Discovery Channel, and National Academy of Science never told you, because they never knew of this first-time-ever-released discovery of the century! Manhin Look-Yat, author of the timely book release TRUE PLANETARY MOTIONS AND RHYTHMIC CLIMATIC CHANGES, sat on a time bomb of astronomical discovery for over 30 years. Upon...

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2010-12-15 14:32:30

Written by Pam Frost Gorder, Ohio State University The northernmost mummified forest ever found in Canada is revealing how plants struggled to endure a long-ago global cooling. Researchers believe the trees -- buried by a landslide and exquisitely preserved 2 to 8 million years ago -- will help them predict how today's Arctic will respond to global warming. They also suspect that many more mummified forests could emerge across North America as Arctic ice continues to melt. As the wood is...

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2010-09-08 09:48:41

If Water Runs Short, Some Regions May Suffer Significantly Expanded irrigation has made it possible to feed the world's growing billions"”and it may also temporarily be counteracting the effects of climate change in some regions, say scientists in a new study. But some major groundwater aquifers, a source of irrigation water, are projected to dry up in coming decades from continuing overuse, and when they do, people may face the double whammy of food shortages and higher temperatures. A...

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2010-03-31 15:00:14

The main cause of a rapid global cooling period, known as the Big Freeze or Younger Dryas - which occurred nearly 13,000 years ago - has been identified thanks to the help of an academic at the University of Sheffield. A new paper, to be published in Nature on April 1, 2010, has identified a mega-flood path across North America which channeled melt-water from a giant ice sheet into the oceans and triggering the Younger Dryas cold snap. The research team, which included Dr Mark Bateman from...

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2009-10-27 06:05:00

Researchers claiming to have found the Earth could be entering a cooling cycle may have gotten their facts wrong, according to a recent independent study. The Associated Press commissioned a study from independent statistics professors to analyze figures without being told what they represented. University of South Carolina statistics professor John Grego, along with David Peterson, retired from Duke University, Mack Shelley, director of public policy and administration at Iowa State...

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2009-10-16 12:30:00

On the scientific research front, most news headlines tend to be aimed at showing how global temperatures are on a steady upward climb, but one report published last week appears to reveal that those upward trends may not be entirely accurate. In an October 9 BBC News story, climate correspondent Paul Hudson noted that the warmest year on record was not in 2008 or 2007, but in 1998. The story goes on to state that no climate increase has been measured over the past 11 years, although...

2009-09-10 05:43:16

Everybody talks about CO2 and other greenhouse gases as causes of global warming and the large climate changes we are currently experiencing. But what about the atmospheric and oceanic oxygen content? Which role does oxygen content play in global warming? This question has become extremely relevant now that Professor Robert Frei from the Department of Geography and Geology at the University of Copenhagen, in collaboration with colleagues from Uruguay, England and the University of Southern...

2009-05-07 10:02:18

U.S. scientists say people denying global warming due to short-term periods of cooling don't understand the statistical insignificance of such periods. David Easterling of the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C., and Michael Wehner of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, Calif., said some Web sites and media articles have noted the average global temperature has not risen since 1998 and cite that as evidence against anthropogenic, or human-caused, global...


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