The history of global warming is a fascinating subject with many twists, turns and controversies. Despite what some believe, "Climate Change" is not a term that was invented recently.
Great planet wide weather cycles are shaped by the sun and the rotation of the earth. The shape of the earth also contributes and in concert causes the Coriolis effect.
Before-and-After photos of melting glaciers around the world during the past 50 years reveal amazing views of our changing planet.
Labor Day 2012 saw shocking new record lows for Arctic sea ice--and the records continued dropping. Here's the larger context, and why you should care.
Powers far greater than humans might be at play with Earth's air/water system.
Sea ice is disappearing and reappearing in ways that disprove human-caused climate change.
The dewpoint is a more accurate determination of the amount of moisture in the air. It is also a more accurate way of determining how uncomfortable the air is going to be without stepping outside, just by listening to the weather segment on the news.
"The Long Thaw" is a modern classic of science exposition, setting forth the physical basis for how the greenhouse effect and Earth's carbon cycle work. Get the gist with this enhanced content summary review.
Is weather control and weather modification really possible? This article looks at the current state of weather control and weather modification methods and new technologies.
Glaciers are melting, but no faster than they always have, and in some cases, they are even growing.