Index of earlier postings - Part Two

1 Aug 2010

2010

May 3rd ... The Science of Doom (new web site devoted to explaining the inner workings of the Greenhouse Gas Theory of Global Warming). Recommended by Steve McIntyre as its policy is not to criticise heretics (or even old codgers) but is committed to engaging with the general public.

May 3rd ... new web site by Nigel Calder, co-author of The Chilling Stars

May 3rd ... Ancient Aurorae - a Thunderbolts post by SIS member Gary Gilligan. Sacred colours associated with aurorae, such as the crown worn by the Egyptian god Amun (and pharaoh), were once part of ancient temples.

May 3rd ... Electric Earthquakes - Friedemann Freund and Tom Bleier

May 3rd ... Early Earth

May 3rd ... Lizards on islands

May 3rd ... rainforest regeneration (Will Gosling of the Open University on the impact of humans on the Amazon before Columbus)

May 4th ... Iron Age overlap with the Bronze Age (in the Levant) - one idea being aired

May 4th ... the Jordan river

 May 4th ... Mammoth Blood - mammoth hemoglabin reconstructed

May 5th ... Nigel Calder defending the Henrik Svensmark hypothesis against undue criticism - critics have misinterpreted what he said (was this on purpose in order to throw a spanner in the works)

May 5th ... Cosmic Tusk email debate between Han Kloosterman defending Velikovsky and Peter Warlow in an exchange of views

May 5th ... Climate Desperation

May 6th ... Monsoon vagaries - monsoon shortfalls in recent history

May 7th ... Climate issue compendium (various gripes)

May 7th ... science discoveries - is modern science too well organised and stopping new ideas from breaking through?

May 8th ... Beakers in Morocco

May 8th ... Third century AD blip/event that almost caused the Roman empire to fall

May 8th ...  the cooling oceans - surface waters switching mode

May 8th ... Hot Venus - Goddard on the Carl Sagan runaway greenhouse theory

May 8th ... Roger Thorpe - evolutionary biologist

May 10th ... Space Blob

May 10th ... Venus Once Again - Goddard criticised

May 10th ... the Second Law of Thermodynamics and why it does not apply to greenhouse gases

May 10th ... The New Chronology Forum on Yahoo - some recent emails

May 10th ... ho hum (scientists gang up on sceptics)

May 11th ... Seeding the Earth

May 11th ... Gravitational Waves

May 11th ... the Land of Punt

May 13th ... Neanderthal genes

May 13th ... Hole in Clouds 

May 13th ... Oxygen and Evolution

May 14th ... djedefre's pyramid and Easter island

May 14th ... Climate Shockers

May 14th ... The Shy Sun - sun spots

May 20th ... Phobus, the larger moon of Mars, seems to be porous ...

May 20th ... Ball Lightning (hallucinations)

May 20th ... layering of the loess (and its association with many Ice Ages)

May 21st ... Climate Frolicking - lots of stuff

May 21st ... archaeology of the YD Boundary event (a view from western North America)

May 22nd ... Erosion, C02, and chills

May 23rd ... Big Bang, anti-matter, and ...

May 23rd ... fish extinctions

May 23rd ... Hinode Solar Optical Telescope - watching the Sun

May 23rd ... revealing the true solar corona

May 23rd ... Climate Frolics

May 24th ... The Sudan, Cyprus, and tracks that aren't tracks (or are they?)

May 24th ... a Jupiter smack

May 24th ... Timor Sea crater

May 24th ... Target: Earth (recommended by member John Plaxton)

May 25th ... Climate _ the rational _ and the bonkers

May 25th ... Diminutive humans in trees

May 25th ... a cave in a desert (prehistoric rock art in North Africa)

May 25th ... Bows and Arrows, and Spears that changed the climate of the world - the whackiest global warming alarmist story of the year

May 26th ... the WISE mission

May 26th ... Climate Rod and Line ... or how and Abott reeled in a Rudd

May 27th ... Drought, Lightning, and the Sun

May 27th ... Termites in the savannah belt

May 27th ... Nature's batteries

May 27th ... Climate Clots and the Sea Level puzzle

May 28th ... Martian ice cap

May 28th ... drought, lightning, and the Sun

May 29th ... Titbits - archaeology

May 29th ... genetic research in Africa

May 29th ... Climate - it's laugh a minute

May 29th ... The Royal Society and climate change

May 30th ... Climate Bending

May 31st ... Climate and the Law

May 31st ... Huge Flare from the middle of the Milky Way

May 31st ... Himalayan Smack

May 31st ... Mesolithic Scots

May 31st ... Fayoum discoveries

May 31st ... the northern Jordan valley and the pattern of early Holocene civilisation

June 1st ... Hot Spot

June 3rd ... Harrapan culture

June 3rd ... humans in Britain earlier than thought

June 3rd ... Climate trickery

June 4th ... Primordial Magnetic fields

June 4th ... earthquake clustering (earthquakes triggering other earthquakes)

June 4th ... Climate goodies

June 5th ... Leaves of Grass, a poem recording a huge meteor succession in vivid detail

June 5th ... Origins of earth - a new idea

June 5th ... Jewish origins

June 5th ... volcanoes and the mantle

June 6th ... the Yangtze river and the Three Gorges

June 6th ... Bok Globules

June 6th ... Crocodiles riding ocean currents

June 6th ... the Iowa Cicada

June 6th ... water on Mars

June 6th ... Jupiter Hit again (caught by the same back garden astronomer)

June 6th ... He don't like old Georgie boy, do he ... the delingpole view

June 7th ... Aborigines blasted by lightning bolt, the Thunderbolts view, or just a cemetary, the conventional view

June 7th ... SIS Study Group Meeting - the quantum electro dynamic universe

June 7th ... Tibet glacier

June 8th ... dust in the atmosphere

June 8th ... black holes and the origin of the earth and the moon

June 8th ... Turkmenistan, and Ethiopia

June 9th ... man-made aurora (in the laboratory)

June 11th ... Quark Gluon Plasma

June 11th ... space weather

June 11th ... Climate Cloudiness

June 12th ... Climate and the Oceans

June 12th ... the age of the universe has changed - and the Big Bang might have been a squib

June 12th ... sea ice expectations

June 12th ... Anasazi

June 12th ... Comets, Sprites, Black Holes and Telescopes

June 12th ... Exhibition at Creswell Crags Museum

June 15th ... Rare Earth Elements

June 15th ... Shimmering Butterflies

June 15th ... the temperature on the surface of Venus

June 15th ... neutrinos --- and clouds ---

June 15th ... Dark Matter does not exist?

June 15th ... Ra, the red sun disc, another Thunderbolts piece by Gary Gilligan

June 15th ... Thunderstones

June 15th ... Romanian cave paintings

June 15th ... Tutankhamun's funeral

June 16th ... Climate nervousness

June 16th ... skulls and immigrants - morphological dissimilarities

June 17th ... panspermia and meteorites

June 17th ... update on Jupiter hit

June 17th ... studies of fossils

June 18th ... YD Boundary event update - conflicting evidence

June 18th ... climate jockeys

June 19th ... Betelgeuse has a magnetic field

June 19th ... C02 and the oceans

June 19th ... earthquake synchrony

June 19th ... Egyptian C14 dates are right according to new analysis

June 26th ... What ended the Ice Age?

June 25th ... Venus, Mars ...

June 25th ... Climate Goonery

June 25th ... megaliths, Roman Cornwall, Caral ... and those darn Neanderthals again ...

June 26th ... the consensus opinion of myth (a post at Thunderbolts)

June 26th ... Tutankhamun - another theory on the cause of death

June 26th ... electric earth quakes (a Thunderbolts Forum subject)

June 26th ... computer logic - or how to make a model grow wings

June 26th ... copper exploitation (evidence of smelting in Serbia 7000 years ago)

June 26th ... warming event at 40,000 years ago - and methane

June 26th ... Jill Eyers on Roman brothel in a des res village in the Thames Valley

June 27th ... weather prospects between now and 2030 - Joe Bastardi with an edge of humour

June 27th ... neutrino experiments

June 29th ... magnetic stripes on Mars

June 29th ... peopling North America

June 29th ... Egypt's Pre-Dynastic period

June 29th ... Climate and solar activity

June 30th ... Australian temperature data

June 30th ... the debate on dark matter

June 30th ... Atlatl Dart recovered from melting glacier

July 2nd ... Climate mammoths ... and tosh

July 2nd ... keeping a track on what the Sun is doing

July 2nd ... exploding stars - there are now three different versions of the supernova

July 2nd ... moon impact crater ?

July 3rd ... Electric Universe - snippets of news before the meeting

July 3rd ... Climate on Friday

July 3rd ... Altitude - snowballs ... (Han re-write of history?)

July 4th ... Climate this weekend

July 6th ... Geo-ablative Melt - ignimbrites again

July 6th ... Climate on Monday

July 6th ... An Armenian Genesis

July 6th ... Stone Age amputations

July 6th ... Na Dene and Ket

July 6th ... Greek Fire (Archimedes)

July 6th ... exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford - the Lost World of Old Europe (or Europe in the Mid Holocene Warm Period)

July 7th ... Climate make-over

July 7th ... Neanderthal diet

July 8th ... British Oldies (flint tools dated 900,000 years ago)

July 8th ... Roman Galilee

July 8th ... hoard of Roman coins in a field in Somerset

July 8th ... Never Weather

July 8th ... Weather

July 9th ... some other weather ...

July 9th ... plant genes

July 9th ... shrinking protons

July 12th ... Thunderbolts - a Thunderbolts story on Venus

July 12th ... Zahi Hawass and C14 dating methodology

July 12th ... Climate - the Amazongate affair

July 12th ... Climate - the Milankovitich effect

July 13th ... Pliocene warmth

July 13th ... bacteria is complicated stuff, don't you just know ...

July 13th ... gravity and the Big Bang

July 13th ... titbits on archaeological reports

July 13th ... Polynesian pyramids (all dated within 140 years)

July 13th ... Arthur, old chap - where be ye?

July 13th ... Malthusian politics

July 13th ... Climate - problematics

July 13th ... Juno, the new NASA spacecraft and its protective shield

July 13th ... Ancient Destructions - friend of Wal Thornhill, Australian archaeologist with some novel ideas

July 14th ... Tutankhamun's DNA - sent in by Gary Gilligan (keep them coming) and links to Europeans

July 14th ... Climate and the Sun

July 14th ... Dark matter and the Sun

July 14th ... Black Hole, Cold Thunderstorm ...

July 15th ... It's all about climate today

July 16th ... and it's all weather today ...

July 17th ... Climate Change debate (chaired by George Monbiot)

July 17th ... glaciers in the Himalayas

July 17th ... Earth's collapsing atmosphere

July 17th ... asteroids and near earth objects - Goerge Howard on the Tunguska event

July 17th ... magnetic powerhouse - Mercury fly-by

July 17th ... a tectonic computer model

July 17th ... planetary tails

July 18th ... Grooved Ware - now found in Cambridgeshire

July 18th ... archaeology and politics

July 18th ... Supernovae - version ThreJuly 18th ... Land and Water, heat and not so heated

July 20th ... Peru - monumental architecture

July 20th ... Woodhenge in North America

July 20th ... What is the Sun made of?

July 20th ... the Golden Warrior (Scythian tomb opened)

July 20th ... Marden Henge

July 20th ... Han Kloosterman, a speaker at a recent SIS meeting in Redhill, locks horns with detractors of Velikovsky

July 21st ... the last word on Amazongate

July 21st ... What is pulling our universe apart?

July 21st ... a 'virtual' excavation of  Stonehenge

July 22nd ... Han Kloosterman and Velikovsky; part 2

July 22nd ... The Younger Dyras Boundary event pops up again - Rodney Chilton on David Morrison

July 22nd ... A Bulgarian Loch Ness Monster thingummybob

July 22nd ... Institute of Physics - the Machievelli link (lesson on how to shaft a comrade)

July 22nd ... News: archaeological stories hot from the press

July 23rd ... A Dark Secret - dark matter lurks in the centre of the Sun

July 23rd ... water on the moon

July 24th ... Climate Differences

July 25th ... Ancient America - a SE Asian population ingredient

July 25th ... Marden Henge Hog Roast

July 25th ... Lawrence Dixon and Plasma in space

July 25th ... Where did time come from?

July 25th ... X-Galaxies

July 26th ... Thermostat Hypothesis on Climate (or is it the weather)

July 26th ... Data Adjustments

July 26th ... the Kamil crater in the western desert

July 27th ... Law Code - in Amorite Hazor as well as Amorite Babylon

July 27th ... Climate - dust, radiation, and the new kid on the block, ocean acidification

July 27th ... The Dark Age Illuminated? the excavations at Tell Tayinat

July 28th ... the Romans in Wales

July 28th ... Indonesian geology

July 28th ... the sea level controversy and the wave theory

July 28th ... Climate Skulduggery

July 28th ... Is it the warmest year ever?

July 29th ... Climate - the developing crisis?

July 29th ... swarms of black holes and small rocky earth like planets in the Milky Way galaxy

July 29th ... the Dead Sea Scrolls - a new theory

July 29th ... Homo erectus (and a massive bone bed in Java)

July 29th ... Sidon (press release on excavations)

July 29th ... Donkeys and the Royal Society

July 29th ... Marden Henge update

July 29th ... George Howard on impact craters on the moon

July 29th ... magnethydrodynamics

July 29th .... Earthquakes in Space (spacequakes)

July 30th ... a trawl of recent archaeology - small in themselves but fatter in the round

July 30th ... Dunes on Titan (and a sea of sand)

July 30th ... a 25 year theory bears fruition

July 30th ... a new Greenland ice core in the offing (five years to reach bedrock)

July 30th ... the Climate is rapidly deteriorating - in case you didn't know that

July 30th ... No Big Bang - no beginning - and no end (a new cosmology)

July 31st ... Mitanni and Nuzi, a paper by Barry Curnock

July 31st ... Elevation in the Andes - Lake Titicaca was a coastal lagoon; so how did it get so high in the mountains?

July 31st ... Chile EQ aftermath - land rising and land sinking

July 31st ... fossil coral reefs and what they might tell us about the Late Pleistocene