A massive iceberg floats on its side in Greenland. (Image credit: Shutterstock) Antarctica and Greenland are losing ice six times faster than in the 1990s, a pair of studies in the journal Nature show. According… Read More »Ice loss in Antarctica and Greenland increased sixfold in the last 30 years
This Arctic heat wave has been unusually lengthy-lived. The darkest reds on this map of the Arctic are spots that were a lot more than 14 degrees Fahrenheit hotter in the spring of 2020 when… Read More »Triple-digit heat in Siberia? 5 ways the extreme Arctic heat wave fits a disturbing pattern
This Arctic heat wave has been unusually very long-lived. The darkest reds on this map of the Arctic are locations that were being a lot more than 14 degrees Fahrenheit warmer in the spring of… Read More »100 degrees in Siberia? 5 ways the extreme Arctic heat wave follows a disturbing pattern
One major problem in the debate over climate change is a general lack of knowledge on the subject. People usually don’t think about where their electricity, gasoline, or toilet paper comes from. Part of this acceptance… Read More »Will Global Warming Cause the Next Ice Age?
CO2 is a gas that freezes at -109 F. So, how can a gas that freezes at such a low temperature be caught in water ice, and ice core samples? Well, a Global Warming Climate… Read More »Ice Core Sample Challenges for Proving Global Warming Suspect
Attributing Global Warming to Extreme Weather Events Ten years ago from a scientific perspective regarding climate, attempting to attribute to global warming for producing a particular Category 3 hurricane in the North Atlantic (as Hurricane… Read More »Global Warming, Arctic Ice Melting and Extreme Weather