Tibet’s ‘worst snowstorm ever’, 7 killed

More harbinger of the Northern Hemisphere winter to come? A bulldozer cleans snow on the Sichuan-Tibet road in Nyingchi, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region Oct. 30, 2008. (Xinhua Photo) LHASA, Oct. 30 (Xinhua) — The death toll has risen to seven, and one person remains missing, as a result of the worst snowstorm on record…

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WUWT visitor traffic holding steady

You may remember last month I posted adjusted numbers for WUWT due to a SPAM attack, dropping my September count by about 50K: SEPTEMBER NUMBERS Click for full sized image For September 2008 the total was 846,193 page views, up from 667,215 page views in August 2008. But there is a caveat, I think the…

Arctic sea ice continues rebound

When we last checked in to the Nansen Sea Ice Graphs, it looked like they were heading towards the “normal” line in a hurry. Ice area seems to still be on that trend, while extent seems to be leveling off it’s growth rate. Area appears to be within about 200,000 square kilometers of the 1979-2007…

Creepy Climate Change for Halloween

I’m sure we’ll see other dead people talking about climate change soon. Jerry Garcia perhaps? Albert Einstein, John Lennon, why maybe even John Wayne could be utilized. I can see him now, “Listen up Pilgrim…climate change is gonna kill you unless you get off your sorry butt and do something about it!”. We all know…

Hard lesson about solar realities for NOAA / NASA

Hard lesson about solar realities for NOAA / NASA Reposted here: October 30th, 2008 by Warwick Hughes The real world sunspot data remaining quiet month after month are mocking the curved red predictions of NOAA and about to slide underneath. Time for a rethink I reckon NOAA !! Here is my clearer chart showing the…