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How & Why Ice Ages Are Created

By admin / May 29, 2018

The weather is still unusually cold in the north. In Newfoundland, they woke up to a foot of snow.  In Iceland, they just had the coldest day in 100 years. It has long been understood that to create an Ice Age, the artic actually should be ice-free. The Arctic Ocean is the smallest and shallowest of the […]


The New Madrid Fault – What is It Due?

By admin / May 26, 2018

  QUESTION: This is the start of more volcanic and earthquake activity. Everyone thinks about the west coast when they think about quakes, but what about the center of the country and the New Madrid fault. What is the timeline for it GB ANSWER: The last big one was 1811-1812. There were actually four earthquakes during […]


Climate Change & the 43-Year Cycle

By admin / May 24, 2018

QUESTION: Dear Martin, I was browsing through the website of NASA and came across a graph (see attachment). It shows the temperature differences between 1880 and 2012. As far as I can see there seems to be a +/- 40-year cycle. I have edited it with the red vertical lines. The end of the current 40-year […]


Weather Impacted Wars & Migrations in Pre-Recorded History

By admin / May 24, 2018

  Archaeologists working in the wetlands of Denmark have uncovered 2,000-year-old human remains are revealing that the Germanic “barbarians” were engaging in warfare in northern Europe against other barbarian tribes which had nothing to do with Rome. The research, which was published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, provides a unique look at how […]


The Complexity & Fractal Nature of Nature

By admin / May 15, 2018

They have recently confirmed that not merely are the Milankovitch Cycles correct, but there is a fractal nature to everything as well as a cycle that sits on top of everything so far. They have determined that there is an approximate 405,000-year cycle in the shape of the Earth’s orbit that shifts from almost perfectly circular to […]


The Big Chill

By admin / May 10, 2018

They are calling it the “Big Chill” because we have just had two years of really Global Cooling. The NASA data has shown that the last two years have been the most dramatic two-year cooling event of the last century. Ever since the ECN turned down 2015.75, we have had colder weather and rising interest […]


Agriculture & Global Cooling

By admin / April 22, 2018

  QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Are you familiar with Professor Easterbrook of Western Washington University who agrees with you and is projecting a decline in temperatures for the next three decades? It seems that those who simply claim that it has been getting warmer live in a bubble of biased news. One even said to me that it […]


The Coldest April in 140 Years

By admin / April 21, 2018

The emails have been coming about how it has been snowing well into April. Indeed, we are looking at this April coming in as the coldest in 140 years throughout many regions. It has snowed in Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Philadelphia during what should be spring. This is a sign that the energy output […]


The Atlantic Current if Slowing Down = Global Cooling

By admin / April 17, 2018

  The Atlantic current is slowing down dramatically. A team of scientists says it is the weakest in 1600 years. Naturally, they attribute it to humans who are driving their cars and heating their homes which is melting the ice in Greenland and that is fresh water which is lighter than seawater. They are predicting, of course, it […]


New Jersey Pinelands Show the State was Mostly Underwater Historically

By admin / April 1, 2018

QUESTION: I too live in New Jersey, hopefully not for long. I put my house up for sale to get out of town between the taxes and the climate turning colder, it’s time to leave. But probably half the state is sand and was obviously under water. When the water rushed into the Mediterranean, the […]

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