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By Glenys Crompton
18 May 2007

I am not a climatologist nor do I have any other degree relating to the weather or the planet, but sitting in front of a computer I have managed to discover that not only is global warming not caused by man, but global warming is not happening , in fact we have global cooling! There is a simple equation to work out if the planet is cooling or heating, if you have ice accumulation on land and sea levels are dropping then you have cooling, it may surprise you to learn that this is what is actually going on. I will explain all the supporting factors which are at present driving the planet to cool, as well as all the evidence of which there is plenty, to prove that the planet is in fact cooling. I include references so you can check my study.

My study have shown me that it is the unprecedented rise in volcanic activity that is driving the present climate change. Nobody really knows the cause of the greatly increased level of volcanic activity, just that it is going on. Volcanoes in the sea make up 80% to 90% of the earth’s volcanoes and these are the ones most active, especially those on the plate boundaries. They have hardly been noticed by most except that it appears warmer, the ocean has warmed and the CO2 rate is going through the roof .

Most of us are unaware however that ice has been accumulating in increasing amounts at the poles and the temperature has been declining there – despite many reports to the contrary.

We have been blaming ourselves for the CO2 rise when in fact volcanoes are fair pumping out the CO2. Ice core records collected from the Antarctic ice show that CO2 increases don’t precede, and therefore don’t cause, warming. Rather they follow temperature rises — by as much as 800 years. While human’s contribution to the atmosphere’s CO2 load appears large on a human scale, it is actually less than half of 1% of the atmosphere’s total CO2 content. The CO2 emissions of our civilization are dwarfed by emissions of the gas from the earth’s oceans and land, also CO2 is only a minor greenhouse gas, water vapour actually constitutes 95% of green house gases and CO2 is an essential plant food. Without greenhouse gases, Earth would be a lifeless snow ball.

Volcanoes make an enormous amount of CO2 and there has been a fourfold increase in volcanic activity in the last hundred years which no doubt has lead to the very high levels of CO2 in the atmosphere at present. Every ice age has been preceded by a rise in the level of CO2 in the atmosphere to over 300 ppm (parts per million) and the present level is now approaching 400ppm, should we not be concerned that Mother Nature is trying to tell us something? A New Zealand scientist, J.R.Bray found major volcanic eruptions apparently occurred at the crucial moments to have triggered each significant glacial advance in the past 40,000 years.


A huge CO2 rise was recorded at the beginning of the last ice age. Ice core records show earth has undergone a series of ice ages every 100,000 years or so like clockwork, with about 90,000 years of glaciation followed by 10,000 or 12,000 years of interglaciation and it has now been about 12,000 years since the last ice age ended. Are we not overdue for another period of glaciation? Or has Al Gore repealed the laws of nature?

The Arctic Circle has rows and rows of active volcano’s there are huge numbers of chimneys – 30, 40, 50 or more. Scientists found two large high-temperature fields and explored them; they came upon a large mound of chimneys with superheated water jetting out of them. In the distance, they saw another mound and then beyond that, another one, and so on. Temperatures in one field reached as high as 260 degrees Celsius, and the scientists believe they may have approached 300 degrees Celsius in the second field, although they were unable to measure them.

“The chimneys were so dense that it was difficult in some areas to get the ROV (remotely operated vehicle) in there. In fact the ROV cable stuck on one of them, it almost melted”. The scientists believe there are additional vent fields yet to be discovered. So it seems little wonder that the sea ice is melting in the Arctic. Source: Oregon State University August 2005

A new, and as yet unpublished, piece of research is challenging the idea that a big melt is underway in the Arctic . Dr Greg Holloway, of the Institute of Ocean Sciences in Sidney, Canada, has got tongues wagging with his suggestion that the missing ice is still there, piled up in locations where researchers have not been looking for it.

Even if some sea ice is melting due to volcanic activity we don’t need to be concerned for the Polar Bears as they can swim for a 100km at a time and so it is preposterous to suggest they are drowning, indeed their numbers are either stable or increasing. Polar bears have been around for millions of years and have survived when the earth was much warmer than it is today. The photo used by Al Gore of polar bears that seemed to be stranded on melting ice, was in fact taken by an Australian Marine Biologist student on a field trip, it was taken in August, summer when ice melt is normal, just off the coast where the bears could easily swim back to shore.

One hundred and forty years ago is about when man first started taking meteorological measurements of Earth’s weather, it is also the coldest temperature point on Earth in the last 10,000 years and Earth was just beginning to come out of the little ice age. Which means we have been judging the apparent warming from the coldest period in the last 10,000 years. Much of the warming that has gone on since then can only really be considered normal, to try to bring Earth up to a more normal level. It is in fact according to ice core records, still cold compared to average temperatures in the last 10,000 years. As you can see from the graph below Earth’s temperature is anything but stable and probably has never been stable. Clearly this has nothing to do with humans as for the vast majority of this time we have not developed enough to be affecting the environment in any way.


A scientific team has recently discovered an active, previously unknown volcano on the sea floor off the Antarctic Peninsula. Associate professor Scott Ishman and graduate student Phillip Szymcek were among scientists from six U.S. and Canadian universities who verified the volcano’s existence in April 2003. The as-yet-unnamed volcano is in an area known as the Antarctic Sound, on the eastern side and near the tip, of the peninsula (the continent’s long, skinny arm). The volcano stands 2,300 feet above the sea floor; its top is roughly 900 feet beneath the ocean surface. It is a sign of renewed volcanic activity in the region and a likey reason for the breaking off of some of the ice shelf in that region. The National Science Foundation, which funded the research, formally announced the discovery in May 2003.

The tectonic plate movements especially under the oceans have gone up by many times. Andaman Nicobar Island is now experiencing underwater volcanoes in Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal. In America, the North West is experiencing unprecedented levels of small earthquakes and underwater volcanoes. Seattle and Oregon are experiencing heavy levels of tectonic disturbance. Underwater volcanoes are being reported in Australia, Greece , New Zealand and many other countries. Russia ‘s Kumpchetka peninsula is experiencing double volcanoes of large sizes. According to some geologists, there are not enough monitoring mechanisms to know the full scale of underwater volcanoes.

Magma movements under the ocean have increased many folds – say geologists. These developments show the projected underwater volcanoes and magma movements have steadily increased in the last five years and now it is just going through the roof. Many researchers are now concerned about these developments. They are saying the probability of a mega or multiple mega volcanoes is very high now. According to some there is a 74,000 year cycle of mega volcanoes that is due to peak in 2012. Also in 2012 our sun is due to align with the centre of the galaxy while also conjoining the middle of the dark rift in the thick band of the Milky Way. Many believe this is an area dense in cosmic rays, into which our Earth will travel for between 3 – 5 months at the end of 2012 (I explain the relevance of cosmic rays a little further on). This means that two major events are due at the same time and it is very likely they will have a substantial effect on Earth.


The warming of the ocean actually causes glaciation. It is becoming clear that hundreds of underwater volcanoes are erupting all around the world – especially around the Pacific Ring of Fire. I believe that it is these eruptions that are warming the Pacific Ocean and driving the El Nino events. El Nino is caused by warmer than usual sea temperatures in the Pacific, thereby causing extra precipitation, flooding in some areas and draught in others. It also causes the earth to have higher than usual highs because almost without exception air temperatures rise and fall with the temperature of the ocean. The only exception is in the pole areas where the heat released by the conversion of water vapour into liquid water, snow and ice is mostly radiated into space. This process helps to create very low temperatures at the poles. Extra precipitation is causing the caps to grow because the extra water vapour which is coming out of the ocean, thanks to the temperature rise, falls back to earth over the poles as snow and gets locked up in the ice caps thus causing them to grow.


The above graph shows that before every ice age the sea temperature shoots up. As the ice age kicks in the ocean has a rapid cool-down. Ocean temperatures have not got far to go to be near the usual peak which occurs before the cool-down.

A shift toward cooler conditions during the Little Ice Age which occurred between approximately the years 1400 and 1850, but had a real low around 1650 was a period when the earth cooled by about 1.5 degrees and the Thames froze solid in winter. This cooling was concurrent with an increase in the frequency of El Niño events. This is contrary to what is generally predicted by climate models, where cooling leads to less El Niño activity and warming leads to more.

The findings were harmonious with the historical El Niño chronology of both South America and the Nile region, which depict “increased El Niño activity during the period of the Little Ice Age and decreased El Niño activity during the medieval warm period” where earth’s temperature was 1.5 degrees Celsius, warmer than now. El Nino is associated with the planet cooling when the poles are getting warmer the planet has more settled weather. When the poles are getting colder, like at present, there is a bigger temperature difference and therefore bigger swings in weather patterns and storms. Antarctica had a temperature decreased by 1 degree Fahrenheit in the fourteen years up to 1999.

El Nino makes extra precipitation and flooding the order of the day but when that rain falls as snow it is devastating as has been have seen this winter in many parts of the world as 1 inch of rain makes 10 inches of snow. Record snows have been recorded this year in many places as well as snow falling where it would normally never, like Malibu!

Sunspots are also linked to earth’s temperature. Below is a graph of sunspot numbers which directly link to global temperature. When there is a real low in the number of sunspots, Earth cools significantly as you can see during the period known as the little ice age in the 1600’s and 1700’s. Then the earth was about 1.5 degrees Celsius cooler than it is now. Recently the sun has been quite active resulting in some of the warming we have seen.


Bashkirtsev and Mashnich renowned solar scientists describe their results, “Low temperatures in the early 1900s corresponded to the lower solar activity where as increased activity up to the 1950’s saw temperatures rise, they fell again until the 80’s because of low activity. We had a high level of activity until the end of the nineties but now the cycle is going lower again and we predict falling temperatures until nearly 2030.” Are there any indications the prediction of Bashkirtsev and Mashnich will prove correct? They themselves say “the available data of observations support our inference about the cooling that has already started [our italics],” noting that “the average annual air temperature in Irkutsk, which correlates well with the average annual global temperature of the surface air, attained in 1997 its maximum equal to +2.3°C” and then “began to diminish to +1.2°C in 1998, +0.7°C in 1999, and +0.4°C in 2000.” CO2 Science Magazine

The reason for the sunspots effect on temperature was discovered by Veizer and his co-author Nir Shaviv, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, who discovered that cosmic rays cause excess clouds. When cosmic rays strike earth in abnormally high concentrations, their highly charged particles cause aerosols in our atmosphere to pick up electrical charges. These energized aerosols then attract water vapor causing low-level cloud cover to increase but when our sun is particularly active, the solar wind it produces “blows” these cosmic ray particles away before they can charge up the atmospheric aerosols, diminishing cloud formation. This is significant because clouds in the lower atmosphere shield the Earth from solar radiation. They bounce this “insolation” (incoming solar radiation) back into space before it can cause the planet to warm. Thus when cosmic rays are plentiful, so are clouds, and our planet cools. Scientific Allience – Lorne Gunter 2003

A greatly increased number of cosmic rays are getting through to Earth because our Sun’s magnetic poles, instead of reversing completely, have only rotated halfway and are now more or less lying sideways along the Sun’s equator. Scientists believe that this is due to the way in which the polarity changed during the last solar maximum. This weaker configuration of the magnetic shield is letting in two to three times more cosmic rays (stardust) than at the end of the 1990s. Moreover, this influx could increase by as much as ten times until the end of the current solar cycle in 2012. Solar cycles are approximately eleven years in length.

European Space Agency’s (ESA) Ulysses space probe data is finally making it possible to study how cosmic rays are distributed along the path of the Solar System through the local galactic environment. The space probe is showing us that a flood of dusty particles is heading our way. Astronomers think the current cosmic ray influx, apart from being favoured by the particular configuration of the Sun’s magnetic field, is also enhanced by the thickness of the interstellar clouds into which the Solar System is moving. Currently located at the edge of what astronomers call the local interstellar cloud, our Sun is joining our closest stellar neighbour Alpha Centauri in its dense cosmic ray cloud, which is less hot but denser than where we have been. It takes over 70 thousand years to traverse a typical galactic cloud, interestingly this is about the same period of time earth is usually in a glaciated state before the next interglacial period of 10,000 to 15,000 years of warmth returns. Press release 2003 Source: Artemis Society
The Earth’s magnetic field also shields the Earth from cosmic rays , which are radiation produced by astrophysical objects The magnetic field, which extends about 36,000 miles into space, is generated in the Earth’s core – a big ball of solid iron about 1,490 miles in diameter, surrounded by a sea of molten iron, 4,350 miles in diameter. The magnetic field is not constant as it’s produced by this turbulent flow that’s deep in the Earth’s core. Magnetism trapped in ancient pottery shows that over the past 4,000 years, the magnetic field has weakened by more than 50%. Since people have been measuring, it has been steadily declining. The first measurements were taken about 150 years ago, since then, it’s declined not quite 10 percent. Which shows it is dropping rapidly, as the magnetic field wanes, the protective shield it provides shrinks, thus exposing satellites to damage from cosmic rays and charged particles coming from the sun. Even now satellites can be damaged, if not destroyed, because the protective shield is so weakened. So there will be many more reflective clouds cooling the planet than previously and this explains Earth’s cooling trend which has been going on for about 4500 years now. The Earth was much warmer by over 6 degrees 4500 years ago and the polar bears didn’t die.

Although the seas are warming, findings show Antarctica is cooling, Antarctica’s harsh desert valleys — long considered a bellwether (warning system) for global climate change — have grown noticeably cooler since the mid-1980’s. Air temperatures recorded continuously over a 14-year period ending in 1999 declined by about 1 degree Fahrenheit in the polar deserts and across Antarctic. West Antarctic ice streams have started advancing, undergoing the same transition from shrinking to growing that appears to have occurred on a neighbouring stream 150 years ago. Perhaps after 10,000 years of retreat from the last ice-age maximum, researches turned on their instruments just in time to catch the re-advancement of the ice sheet.

A recent study, no shocker to real climatologists, appears in SciencExpress and shows that the vast majority of the Antarctic landmass is rapidly gaining ice and snow cover. Obviously this moisture comes from the sea and is being deposited in solid form on the land-way-down-under, this lowers the earth’s sea level.

Antarctica’s ice sheet is also growing in elevation. In the mid 1960s, ITT built a power transmission line in Antarctica. The transmission towers stood 115 feet tall. The power transmission towers have now long since been buried. The old Byrd Station has been shut down because it is buried beneath 40 to 50 feet of ice and snow and is slowly being crushed. A recent paper published in Science claims that ice is being deposited at the net rate of 26.8 billion tons a year in Antarctica, enough to lower sea levels.

Unprecedented Ice In McMurdo Sound was too thick for Icebreakers this year. In most years; one coast guard ice breaker clears a 15- to 20-mile path through McMurdo Sound ice to McMurdo. This year, however, sea ice stretched about 80 miles north from McMurdo and is as much as 13 feet thick, around twice the thickness of most years. “This unprecedented ice is certain to make the task of breaking the channel into McMurdo difficult, if not daunting,” Erick Chiang, who heads the NSF’s Polar Research Support Section, told the Coast Guard. In fact it turned out it was too daunting a task!

For the first time ever Russia had to abandon its base at Vostok in Antarctica this year. The base was established in 1957. The base sits atop a giant ice-covered lake first identified in the 1970s.The Russian Institute of the Arctic and Antarctic, which manages Vostok, took the decision to mothball the station because it could not deliver sufficient fuel and supplies to keep the base going. Due to heavier than usual pack ice, a fuel tanker was unable to reach its usual docking berth and a 3.2-km (2 miles) pipeline had to be run across the ice to offload the fuel. By Dr David Whitehouse BBC News Online science editor.

An Antarctic hut used by Captain Robert Falcon Scott is being crushed under record snowdrifts. This prompted a marathon digging effort by a New Zealand-led team which had to dig out 85 tons of snow and ice. In the last two years rafters in the stables have partially collapsed under the weight of the snow and then when the snow melts, it flows into the hut and refreezes. “This has never happened before. It’s all been in the last three years with an unprecedented level of snow accumulation. There’s been a significant change in terms of the environment.” Antarctic Heritage Trust executive director Nigel Watson said. ‘The Press’ on 28 November 2006

Over 90% of all glaciers are at present growing very rapidly, only a few are in fact shrinking but glaciers never all go in the one direction at once. Glaciers need two things to grow, big rainfall or snowfall and low temperatures. There’s always a few that buck the trend because of weather patterns but what we should take notice of is, what most of them are doing, not one or two.

According to glaciologists, the Kangerdlugssuaq Glacier on the southeast of Greenland is now advancing towards the sea at an “astonishing” rate of more than seven miles (12km) per year.

Antarctic glaciers surging – Masses of Antarctic ice on glaciers, have been moving twice as fast as usual, say researchers in a recent article in Science . Five of the six glacial tributaries that fed the Larsen Ice Shelf have entered “active surging phases.” It is clear, they said, that the Boydell, Sjogren, Edgeworth, Bombardier and Drygalski glaciers are all surging. Mar 9, 2003. The Seattle Times.

Russian glaciers surging – On September 20, 2002, a huge 22-million ton piece of the gigantic Maili Glacier broke loose and crashed down a steep gorge into the village of Kami killing more than 150 people and injuring hundreds more.

The 500-foot wall of ice had been growing for six years. The Maili Glacier is just one of several glaciers in the North Caucasus Mountains that have been EXPANDING at an alarming rate. Other towns in the region have been partially buried by these advancing walls of ice. One local scientist in southern Russia said, “we may be seeing the beginning of a new great ice age!!!” (This information was provided by climatologist Cliff Harris and meteorologist Randy Mann).

Record cold in Fairbanks, Alaska – from the National Weather Service:

Shouldn’t alarm bells be ringing for many for several reasons? One would be that the current global warming theory states that the poles are the areas worst affected by this warming. Since Fairbanks is a polar location it goes against the Global Warming theory.

“Second, not only is Fairbanks on track for breaking its record coldest March of -2.7ºF, it is going to shatter it! As of today the average temperature for the month in Fairbanks is -8.6ºF, about 6 degrees colder than the previous record. Normally when longer-term records are broken, they aren’t broken by more than 2 degrees. This record could be broken by 5 degrees.”

For more of extreme lows check

Trends in Hudson Bay, Canada show sea-ice is thickening using data from the Canadian Ice Service. Alexandre Gagnon of the University of Liverpool (United Kingdom) and William Gough of the University of Toronto Scarborough extracted data records of ice thickness and depth of the snow on the ice for 7 sea-ice and 6 lake-ice measuring stations within the Hudson Bay region for periods of as long as 1958 through to 2003 and as short as 1972 through to 1995. The researchers complimented the ice/snow data with seasonal temperature data from 17 weather stations in the region. They found “significant trends toward an increase in the annual maximum ice thickness”. Additionally, they found statistically significant trends toward an earlier occurrence of annual maximum ice thickness.

Sea levels have been dropping not rising. The pacific island nation Tuvalu is refusing to sink, a gauge shows between 1995 and 1999 the sea level in fact dropped 3mm. The full results of the guage can be found on John Daily’s web site.

Maldives show clear morphological indications of a recent sea level fall. Sea levels stood 60 cm higher around 1150 A.D., more recently about 30 cm higher than today. From the freshness of the morphological indications the sea level fall took place within the last 50 years. (This is in direct contrast to the current global warming claim). Local people report that the dhonis (local fishing boats) could pass straight across the Maduware Falus thila in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Whilst in the last fifteen years they have had to make a detour around the thila because it is now too shallow. The thila has not grown so it must be that the sea has fallen.

The above graph is from the IPCC (international panel on climate change) 1990 report and goes completely against what they are now tying to say which is that today is warmer than any other time in the past!

In 1000A.D. it was warmer than it is now and Northern Europe had a “Golden Age”. When Vikings farmed Greenland it was called the medieval warm period and Earth was warmer than it is now by more than 1.5 degrees Celsius. Greenland was so called because much of it was lovely and green. Now it has 10,000 feet of ice on it in places and a plane that landed there in the Forties during WW11 was recently dug out, it was buried under 268ft of ice. That’s about 6ft per year of ice growth. Satellite radar surveys of Antarctica and Greenland have shown that the icecaps are getting larger. Greenland is the largest island in the world, with an area of 1 million square miles, about 5 percent of the world’s ice sits in a cap that covers its entire interior, only 200,000 square miles on the coast is now not under the cap.

Water from the Arctic Ocean which flows southward, carrying icebergs from Greenland toward the equator helps cool the North Atlantic Ocean and forms a normal part of the ocean’s conveyor belt. There are lots of icebergs produced by glaciers which are clearly growing; one glacier is a 60-mile-wide monster.

The great ocean current is slowing at an alarming rate; researchers on a scientific expedition in the Atlantic Ocean measured the strength of the current between Africa and the east coast of America and found that the circulation has slowed by 30% since a previous expedition 12 years ago.

The current, which drives the Gulf Stream, delivers the equivalent of 1 million power stations-worth of energy to northern Europe, propping up temperatures by 10C. in some regions. The researchers found that the circulation has weakened by 6 million tones of water a second. Previous expeditions to check the current flow in 1957, 1981 and 1992 found only minor changes in its strength. Most of us have seen the movie ‘The day after tomorrow’ when the shutting down of the Gulf Stream caused an instant ice age. That of course is fiction but it will have a huge effect. It won’t be instant but it will be quick, ice core records show ice ages take between 3 to 20 years to develop!

The Ozone hole is effected by the increasing cold in the pole regions because in colder years, the same amount of ozone-depleting compounds can destroy more ozone, in comparison to warmer years,” said Daniel L. Albritton, director of the NOAA Aeronomy Laboratory in Boulder.

Now that the Arctic stratosphere has gradually cooled over the past few decades, very large ozone losses have been observed over the Arctic recently.

Permafrost is thawing because snow falls are getting much larger in many of the areas where permafrost is and the snow significantly affects permafrost by forming a thick blanket that lasts all winter, this insulates the ground from the most frigid air of the year. As little as one metre of snow will make a huge difference.

In experiments at several sites in the Abisko region, snow was piled up at some sites, artificially doubling or tripling the snowfall that the spot would normally receive over a winter. As a result, average ground temperatures rose as much as 2.2°C. That large a change can melt underlying permafrost, scientists elsewhere have noted that winter snow cover can keep the average ground temperature as much as 10°C higher than the average air temperature.

Much deeper frost in Anchorage Alaska caused by a cold spell last November, plus a too-cold March, drove frost deeper than usual in Anchorage this winter, down to about nine feet, just one foot above the official burial depth of city water pipes. Pipes buried 10 feet underground are freezing all around the city, according to the Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility.

“Fire hydrants have been popping out of the ground and sending water flowing into buildings. The spurs that lead to houses – which property owners are responsible for – are freezing around the city.” “Everything in town is freezing up faster than we can keep it thawed out,” said Larry Libby, owner of Libby Thawing Service. Libby thaws pipes 12 to 14 hours per day, and has been for weeks.

So in conclusion I feel there is a good argument for Global Cooling. I feel we have all become far too obsessed with greenhouse gases and there effect, when in reality they are only a small piece of the picture and not the dominating player in what is going on. Despite what has been reported in the mainstream press, many scientists do not subscribe to the theory of global warming and believe that, overall, objective science is showing that the Earth is cooling, not warming. Unfortunately too many people have too much riding on greenhouse global warming — research grants, business subsidies, personal prestige, bureaucratic power and political agendas — to permit another theory to displace it. This is now leading to greatly exaggerated claims and in many cases, outright lies. You may ask why would they do this? Well one of my guesses is because there is money to be made in Carbon Taxes. Londoners are having to pay $50 a day to drive their SUV’s in town. They could well be planning to tax exporters who ship their goods a long way or plain just refusing to except goods from miles away which is already starting to happen to us in this country (New Zealand).

So far I have just been running though the huge changes the earth is going though but we now have to look at what’s coming up. According to ice core and sea records, sea temperatures are still likely to rise a little yet and volcanoes are likely to really get going on land as well as the sea, blocking out much of the suns rays and cooling earth but as the oceans will be warm and evaporating, the excess moisture will fall to the ground as giant blizzards, storms and floods (Noah’s deluge type floods) and a new ice age will begin. The ice caps will continue to grow at both the top and the bottom of the earth as well as other glaciers but surprisingly the tropics will have only a slight temperature decrease.


High CO2 levels

The Arctic Sea Has A Huge Number Of Active Volcano’s

Under water volcanos

Polar Bears Are Not Dying

Active Volcano Under Antarctica’s Peninsula

Our Oceans Are Warming Making More El Nino Events

El Nino Is Also Related To The Cooling Of The Planet

Antarctica Is Getting Colder

Sea Levels Are Dropping

Ocean Current Slowing,3605,1654803,00.html

Greenland Is Much Colder Than It Was 1000 Years Ago

Our Sun Is Responsible for the Recent Warmth

Our Magnetic Field Is Reducing Allowing In Cosmic Rays,3605,748510,00.html

A greatly increased number of cosmic rays are getting through to Earth

Glaciers are growing

I have also referenced the book ‘Not by fire but by Ice” by Robert W. Felix

Things rapidly getting worse in Antarctica

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