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Lawrence Solomon: Why it looks like ‘game over’ for global warming
The next ice age may have already begun, its beginnings temporarily masked by El Niño. Continue reading
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Lawrence Solomon: Global warming doomsayers take note: Earth’s 19th Little Ice Age has begun
(March 27, 2015) With a century of cold weather ahead, the public won’t buy that cold weather is caused by global warming.
Is it the sun?
Solar effects could bring on little ice ages. Lawrence Solomon, who “sums this up well,” is quoted by author Jack Dini for his report on the significance of an anemic sun for Earth’s climate. Continue reading
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Lawrence Solomon: A global cooling consensus
(October 31, 2013) Solar activity is now falling more rapidly than at any time in the last 10,000 years. Continue reading