Tag Archives: methane clathrates

Happy new year…

Sorry…. Just reporting the news. If you’ve been following this page for the last six years, you know that I’ve occasionally called on the projections of Dr. Malcolm Light. Dr. Light’s focus has been on the Arctic and Arctic Methane. This just out, courtesy of my blogger friend SEEMORE ROCKS.  The title: GLOBAL EXTINCTION WITHIN 18 […]

So long and thanks for nuthin’

Wow–my last post was UBER depressing, huh? Sorry about that (it also had a record number of hits over 48 hour period). The data has been building up for awhile and I haven’t done a long-form piece on the predicaments. If you’re new to the blog, I don’t write often enough for these to sink […]

We interrupt this election…

I’m stepping away from the election coverage I’ve been doing over the past month. While such blogs have driven traffic here, I have some opinions about the futility of the election that would probably drive traffic away. Simply put, I don’t expect any presidential candidate to change the issues coming up with climate collapse. And […]

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. […]

10.03.2015: Does Earth have an expiration date?

One of the confounding realities of global warming theory has been that nobody with the requisite knowledge of the science really wants to put a date on when an ‘Extinction’ event will occur. As I noted in an earlier post, there is even a great reluctance about using the E word–even when all the evidence points […]