More on Saharasia, “Climate Change” and Hot versus Cold

More on Saharasia, "Climate Change" and Hot versus Cold

Firstly, here’s another verification of the Saharasia findings (, on how massive starvation and forced migrations would have triggered the onset of human armoring, social violence and war, during the early period when climate rapidly converted from wet-green-lush into bone-dry-barren.

Sahara Went from Green to Desert in a Flash


Secondly, over the last months, I’ve collected a number of interesting articles on the climate debates. As usual, little of the evidence against the CO2 theory of warming gets equal public attention. Here are some of those lesser known materials.

1,122 Record Cold Temps in the U.S. in one week

Unprecedented July Cold – Arctic Sees Shortest Summer On Record

Al Gore backlash: Why environmentalists are celebrating rising CO2 levels

Climate change is expanding Antarctica’s sea ice, according to a scientific study in the journal Nature Geoscience.

Dramatic rise in plant growth in world’s deserts could be down to rising CO2 levels

It’s the cold, not global warming, that we should be worried about

North Pole Sees Unprecedented July Cold – Arctic Sees Shortest Summer On Record – ‘Normally the high Arctic has about 90 days above freezing. This year there was less than half that’

The Age of Hyperbole: How Normal Weather Became ‘Extreme’
A media without shame drives us towards energy poverty.

Researchers admit data showing warming trend can’t be verified

Twenty-year hiatus in rising temperatures has climate scientists puzzled (well, some, at least)

NASA – New study shows that CO2 COOLS atmosphere


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