Monthly Archives: June 2019

May global temperatures fall 0.16C

The global averaged surface temperature for May 2019 was 0.66C using my spherical triangulation method merging GHCNV3 with HadSST3. This is a significant drop of 0.16C from April 2018. The baseline used is always 1961-1990. I also applied the same … Continue reading

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5 Million years of cooling

Why did the earth cool ~6C during the Pleistocene resulting in the current deep ~100 Ky glacial cycles? The most probable causeĀ  is plate tectonics – the opening of the Atlantic and continuing rise of the Himalayas after India collided … Continue reading

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