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We’ve Already Reached the Tipping Point on Global Warming. I’ve Seen It. — TED Fellows — Medium

!!!READ!!!………………………………………………………….. We’ve Already Reached the Tipping Point on Global Warming. I’ve Seen It. When I left the Arctic after my last photographic expedition there in August 2011, I knew — I could feel it, I could see it — that the “tipping point” we’d … Continue reading

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Front Matter | Abrupt Climate Change: Inevitable Surprises | The National Academies Press

but rather on the surprising new findings that abrupt climate change can occur when gradual causes push the earth system across a threshold. Just as the slowly increasing pressure of a finger eventually flips a switch and turns on a … Continue reading

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No, Sunspots Will Not Cause A New Ice Age – Forbes

Presently the Sun should be close to its maximum number of sunspots, but the numbers are much lower than usual. If that trend continues, via No, Sunspots Will Not Cause A New Ice Age – Forbes.

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Even NASA is perplexed by these otherworldly 8,000-year-old formations in Kazakhstan – Quartz

“The idea that foragers could amass the numbers of people necessary to undertake large-scale projects—like creating the Kazakhstan geoglyphs—has caused archaeologists to deeply rethink the nature and timing of sophisticated large-scale human organization as one that predates settled and civilized … Continue reading

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Ancient Mars Had Long-Lasting Lakes, Boosting Chances for Life

Ancient Mars harbored long-lasting lakes, boosting the odds that life could have existed on the Red Planet billions of years ago, a new study suggests. A series of freshwater lakes within Mars’ 96-mile-wide (154 kilometers) Gale Crater likely persisted for … Continue reading

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Grand Unification: Heliometeorology

Solar Cycles The sun has solar cycles that repeat approximately every 11 years. The discovery of the sun’s cycles started with the discovery of sunspots. Early observers of the sun noted dark spots on the surface of the sun — … Continue reading

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Maunder Minimum

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Crossing the Delaware, More Accurately

To: Theoria in a rowboat gliding past mini-icebergs he caught the tail end of the Maunder minimum…. if the sun doesn’t perk up next cycle….we in for another one… 3 posted on 12/25/2011, 4:09:36 PM by spokeshave (Ron Paul finally … Continue reading

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Solar minimum could bring cold winters to Europe and US, but would not hold off climate change

http://www.carbonbrief.org/solar-minimum-could-bring-cold-winters-to-europe-and-us-but-would-not-hold-off-climate-change/ GLOBAL TEMPERATURE June 23. 2015. 16:00 Solar minimum could bring cold winters to Europe and US, but would not hold off climate change Over the past few decades, our Sun has been relatively active, giving off high levels of … Continue reading

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Sun Flatlining Into Grand Minimum, Says Solar Physicist – Forbes

Jan 20, 2014 @ 01:32 AM 46,584 views Sun Flatlining Into Grand Minimum, Says Solar Physicist Bruce Dorminey Contributor I cover over-the-horizon technology, aerospace and astronomy. Follow on Forbes (129) Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. With each … Continue reading

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