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YouTube/NASA Goddard: These images from NASA’s Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory and the ESA/NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory show Comet ISON growing dim as it made the journey around the sun. The comet was not visible at all in NASA’s Solar … Continue reading
YouTube/GlobalLeaks: Europe’s most active volcano, mount Etna, erupted once again Sunday showering rocks and ash onto nearby towns. Fortunately the eruption was not significant enough to force evacuations. Etna’s last major eruption occurred in 1992. YouTube/Channel 4 News: The Indonesian … Continue reading
(JewishNewsOne) — Officials in the Philippines believe that as many as 10,000 people may have lost their lives after one of the worst storms on record destroyed homes, schools and airport buildings. (Telegraph) — The death toll from one of … Continue reading
By Steve McIntyre, Climate Audit There has been considerable recent attention to Rosenthal et al 2013: WUWT here, Judy Curry here, Andy Revkin here. The article itself presents a Holocene temperature reconstruction that is very much at odds both with … Continue reading
(GlobalLeaks)—The Japanese Sakurajima volcano has been erupting for the past few months, with one recent eruption leaving a Japanese town blanketed in ash. This same eruption projected ash 3 miles into the air and lasted for approximately 50 minutes. The … Continue reading