Tag Archives: el nino

The ice is almost gone

This is bad.  NASA puts up a daily overlay map of the Arctic, including parts of Iceland, Greenland, and Scandinavia. The land masses are outlined, while the weather around said land masses is visible. The above (one of said maps) was put up yesterday. If you have never seen the pictures before (they’re here), you’ll have trouble seeing […]

Where the Hell did I go?

Sorry, it’s been a really tough Holiday season and I have not much to tell you that will warm the cockles of your heart. This missive arrived in my FB feed this AM: While institutional science will take years, if not decades, to confirm a correlation between human-forced climate change and strong North Atlantic storms, […]

my 10.03.2015 prediction: the clock is ticking

In June, I made a prediction about October 3 of this year. Actually, I didn’t make the prediction, someone named Malcolm Light did and I posted it here. The prediction was that October 3 was going to be the last day when humans could do anything to prevent runaway global warming and (by extension) mass extinction. […]