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Breathe: Can’t Control This

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485 science papers in 2017 challenge “global-warming consensus”

“According to Richard’s analysis, the 485 new papers underscore the “significant limitations and uncertainties inherent in our understanding of climate and climate changes,” which in turn suggests that climate science is not nearly as settled as media reports and some … Continue reading

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This is What Warming Looks Like in the Sahara Desert – Snow

Photographs from local residents showed stunning scenes of vivid orange dunes dusted with snowfall. Algerian locals wearing coats and scarves were seen climbing the peaks, cheering loudly and posing for videos. Many brought cameras to record the rare wintry phenomenon … Continue reading

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The Beaufort Gyre,60-Mile-Diameter Pool Of Cold Freshwater And Sea Ice, Is “Stuck”. Its Eventual Reversal Could Send Massive Amounts Of Chilly Water Straight Toward Western Europe, Plunging It Into Brutal Winters

“The gyre spins in the Beaufort Sea, north of Alaska and Canada and south of the North Pole. When this ocean current spins clockwise, it traps Arctic ice and freshwater melt. When it spins the other way, it ejects that … Continue reading

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Jupiter: Stormy Nights, Days, Millenia

via NASA Juno spacecraft takes stunning new images of clouds on Jupiter – Business Insider

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New England Was Warned ‘Pipeline Constraints’ Could Cause Problems This Winter. Now It’s Happening

“During extremely cold weather, natural gas pipeline constraints limit the availability of fuel for natural-gas-fired power plants,” the grid operator noted. That’s exactly what is happening right now. Unrelenting cold since late December has caused energy demand to spike, pushing … Continue reading

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Baby, It’s Cold Outside

“Besides record-breaking cold (in the lower 48), alarmists ignore that snowfall has increased for more than a century. Up here in my little slice of paradise, researchers were recently shocked that the snowfall has doubled on Mt. Hunter in the … Continue reading

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