Doesn’t global warming mean no more winter? If so, then why is the Northern Hemisphere having such a cold one? The answer lies in part in the nature of global warming, and may in part in the effect of a decline in solar output that is not part of globalread more

I have been working on my new book about Jesus so intensively that I was shocked to see that I haven’t posted a journal entry since July! In this wild year, July might as well have happened on another planet. We finally updated Climate Watch, which makes frightening reading indeed.read more

Two storm systems are headed into the Gulf of Mexico and could become hurricanes. One may strike the Florida Panhandle and the other the Texas Gulf Coast. Both of the systems are predicted to strengthen into hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico, possibly by Monday or Tuesday. Because the Gulfread more

While Super Typhoon Hagibis, currently on track to strike the city of Tokyo, isn’t the strongest tropical cyclone on record, is certainly massive, and at 1,400 kilometers (870 miles) wide, the storm is larger than Japan itself—literally, it is expected to engulf the entirety of the island nation as itread more