Monthly Archives: September 2014

Antarctica’s sea ice sets all-time record for second day in row – how high can it go?

UPDATE as of 9/21/14, 9:58 am: When I posted this the headline the other day with the words “how high can it go” I didn’t imagine that we would see the ice flirt with the 17 million square kilometer threshold, but … Continue reading

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Were there Signs of Cooling? Yes, There Were

South Dakota’s earliest-ever recorded snowfall today is the kind of lovely weather morsel that both sides of the climate debate have been feasting on for decades. “It’s hot!” one side yells. “It’s cold!” the other side yells. “It’s getting hotter!” the warm … Continue reading

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White House desk made from ship used in Franklin search

With today’s announcement that one of the two ships used by Sir John Franklin in his ill-fated quest to navigate the Northwest Passage in 1845 has been located, more people may come to learn of a fascinating side story. That story has to do … Continue reading

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