Stronger Winds Shift Heat to Deeper Pacific

Published on Feb 9, 2014 Heat stored in the western Pacific Ocean caused by an unprecedented strengthening of the equatorial trade winds appears to be largely responsible for the hiatus in surface warming observed over the past 13 years. New research published in the journal Nature Climate Change indicates that the dramatic acceleration in winds…

Stunning UK Helicopter Aerial Fly Over – Flooded Thames Feb 11, 2014

BBC February 11, 2014 – The news helicopter took a trip along the Thames to look at areas affected by flooding David Cameron: climate change a ‘serious threat’ http://t.co/vBaZMaTmAy — ClimateState (@climatestate) February 11, 2014 Related Some of Wales’ coastal towns ‘face being abandoned’ Climate change means we will have to get used to flooding UK…

Dramatic Avalanche Valanga South Tyrol

Bei einer Lawine werden unheimliche Naturgewalten frei. Anrainer im Passeiertal filmten eine Nasschneelawine auf ihrem zerstörerischen Weg in besiedeltes Gebiet. Generell geht in Südtirol derzeit erhöhte Gefahr von Lawinen, Steinschlag und Muren aus. Die Schneemassen lösten sich am frühen Nachmittag, bahnten sich dann ihren Weg ins Tal bis an die Piller Straße. Haarscharf schrammte die…

UK Floods 2014 Could Last for Months + 1.6M Homes at Risk for Flooding

Andy McKenzie, a groundwater scientist at the British Geological Survey, told Sky News that even if the rain stopped today, so much water is soaking through the soil that levels are likely to keep rising for another two months. The risk of flooding could remain high until May, he said. According to the data from the…

UK Flooding and the Science of Climate Change

Climate change is the ultimate challenge but as a matter of fact most governments and the media are still sleepwalking and are in denial for the most part. In the video below “Influence of Arctic sea ice on European summer precipitation (2013)”, Dr James Screen explains the impacts of climate change on farming  and flooding.…

Incredible Ice Storm Destruction in Slovenia

Slovenia, snowstorms have caused enormous damage to the extent that the state of natural disaster proved. Half of the country’s forests have been damaged by freezing rain and completely frozen landscape. Trees and power lines like giant ice. This video was filmed in the town of Postojna in southwestern Slovenia. Slovenia: Icy winter storm causes widespread…

2013 was the second-hottest year without an El Niño since before 1850

The Guardian: According to the global surface temperate data set compiled by Kevin Cowtan and Robert Way, which achieves the best coverage of the rapidly-warming Arctic by filling in data gaps between temperature stations using a statistical method called kriging, 2013 was the 5th-hottest year on record (since 1850). The top three hottest years (2010, 2005,…

If There’s Global Warming … Why Is It So Cold?

It’s that time of year, the perennial “It’s snowing so it can’t be warming” season – or, as scientists call it, “winter”. Depends on where you’re standing, actually — I stood on a frozen lake with Dr. Jeff Masters to discuss the current planetary changes, but at the same time, in Alaska, historic warm temperatures…