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SSSRC: New Global Climate Status Report and the End of Sea Level Rise

September 14, 2013

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 From the Space and Science Research Corporation

You are invited to obtain your personal copy of the just published Global Climate Status Report (GCSR)©,Edition 3-2013, dated September 10, 2013.

The GCSR is the only quarterly, non-governmental, authoritative, comprehensive, climate status report available in the US. It is published by the Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC), in Orlando Florida.

This global climate report is an apolitical review of the climate and is focused on the factual status of the Earth’s climate. It is also based on the use of solar activity forcing (SAF) models for its climate predictions which have been shown to be the most reliable ones available in accurately predicting climate change, especially when compared to the very low reliability greenhouse gas models.

The GCSR has as its Editors, Mr. John L. Casey, the SSRC President, and Dr. Ole Humlum. Mr. Casey is the author of the internationally acclaimed climate book, “Cold Sun”, (See www.coldsun.net) and was recently named “America’s best climate prediction expert” *  Dr. Humlum is a distinguished geomorphologist and glaciologist from the University of Oslo, Norway.

This special 85 page edition of the GCSR is unique in its coverage of the end of global sea level rise along with the regular status on the twenty-four climate parameters monitored by the SSRC. Additionally, this edition continues with its prediction of significant global cooling for the next thirty years in view of the end of global warming and the start of a potentially dangerous “solar hibernation.”

Of particular significance in this edition of the GCSR are the guest commentaries from two respected scientists:

1. Dr. Nils Axel Mörner – one of the world’s foremost experts on sea levels. In his commentary, Dr. Mörner, from Sweden, reviews the wide range of values and confusion that exists in sea level measurement.

2. Dr. Dong Choi – a leading geologist and Director of Research at the International Earthquake and Volcano Prediction Center. (IEVPC), Canberra, Australia. Dr. Choi’s paper discusses important new findings that establish solid links between solar activity and earthquakes.

The SSRC has also just published the companion Executive Summary of this GCSR edition that provides a big picture view of the Earth’s climate status within 25 pages.

Both reports are now available at the “Publications” page of the web site for the SSRC at: www.spaceandscience.net.

Thank You.

*Watchdogwire.com, March 25, 2013

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