The term "global warming" has been described as one of the most misleading descriptions of the modern world by president of the Space and Science Research Corporation, John L. Casey, in his new book, "Dark Winter: How The Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell."

Casey claimed in a recent interview that the increase in global temperatures has now ceased, and has replaced by a period of icy cold that could prevail for another thirty years, with catastrophic effects on agriculture and farming.
read more

A ground-breaking new energy source has been discovered by a company in New Jersey.

The powerful new water-based fuel could provide a viable alternative for fuel production worldwide, and has already shown proven results in the supply of sustained electricity production.
The power source is known as The BlackLight Process after its inventors, the BlackLight Power, Inc., in Cranbury, NJ, who claim that it will be suitable for use in almost all power applications and will free thermal, electrical, automotive, trucking, rail, marine, aviation, aerospace, and defense systems from the limitations of electrical distribution or fuel infrastructure.
read more

As if we needed any more factors to influence our already unpredictable weather, scientists are now concerned about the lack of activity on the sun, which appears to have diminished significantly.

The periodic changes in the sun’s activity, such as changes in levels of solar radiation, coronal mass ejections and solar flares, are known as the solar magnetic activity cycle. These variations, which can affect space weather and the Earth’s climate, have been noted to occur in eleven year cycles for hundreds of years. At this point in the cycle there should be a solar maximum, but space physicists have revealed that,conversely, activity is worryingly low.
read more

Saudi Arabia, the world’s leading oil producer, has just built a huge solar power plant. Is the country going "green"–or are they running out of oil? They plan to use it to generate one third of their electricity needs by 2032.

Saudi Arabia and the other Arab monarchies of the Persian Gulf contain around one-fifth of the planet’s oil reserves. The Saudis plan to spend at least $109 billion over the next 20 years on a solar power, as the country moves toward a post-oil future.

The Solar Daily quotes solar expert Mark Robson as saying, "This could be the world’s next renewable energy center."
read more