Great Lakes Drying Up… No, Overflowing… Because Climate Change

Guest “because climate change” by David Middleton From the October 1, 2020 issue of Physics Today… Well, physics the day after tomorrow (good movie title)… 1 OCTOBER 2020 • page 26The Great Lakes are filled to their brims, with no signs of recedingExperts see the fingerprints of climate change on the lakes’ record high water…

Introducing the WUWT Great Lakes Ice Reference Page

Image Credit: NOAA Great Lakes Surface Environment Analysis (GLSEA) Great Lakes Ice Cover reached 91.8% yesterday, after Wednesday’s coverage of 91% made 2014 the second highest maximum on record. Great Lakes Ice Cover is well within striking distance of the highest maximum on record of 94.7% set in 1979. Coming on the heels of last…

Where Lies the Younger Dryas Smoking Gun?

Guest Post by Dan Johnston I have been following the proposed collision theory for the onset of the Younger Dryas for a number of years with considerable interest as it explains so much in a relatively straightforward fashion, if true. The academic response to the hypothesis has been, predictably, harsh and unforgiving with accusations flying…

Willis on why Piers Corbyn claims such a high success rate

(elevated from a comment on the Putting Piers Corbyn to the test thread ) Willis Eschenbach says: Martin Gordon says: July 15, 2012 at 5:31 am I note that Piers is declaring this period (13/14) a success on the Weather Action website. http://www.weatheraction.com/displayarticle.asp?a=472&c=5 Thanks for the link, Martin. I hope folks are starting to see…

NOAA's compendium of climate catastrophe

From the NOAA “Oceans and Human Health Initiative” website and press release, comes this warning that the algae, Moroccan dust, desertification, bacteria, bad seafood, heavy rainfall, old sewers, climate change is gonna get ya. Climate projections show human health impacts possible within 30 years New studies demonstrate potential increases in waterborne toxins and microbes A…