Godlike Productions - Discussion Forum
Users Online Now: 1,421 (Who's On?)Visitors Today: 461,717
Pageviews Today: 687,104Threads Today: 123Posts Today: 2,494
06:53 AM

Rate this Thread

Absolute BS Crap Reasonable Nice Amazing

The brutal cold of the Maunder Minimum and the Great Irish Frost

Mad Pole
Offer Upgrade

User ID: 1423464
United States
11/26/2011 10:48 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
The brutal cold of the Maunder Minimum and the Great Irish Frost
An extraordinary climatic shock—the Great Frost—struck Ireland and the rest of Europe between December 1739 and September 1741, after a decade of relatively mild winters. Its cause remains unknown. Charting its course sharply illuminates the connectivity between climate change and famine, epidemic disease, economies, energy sources, and politics. David Dickson, author of Arctic Ireland (1997) provides keen insights into each of these areas, which may have application to human behaviors during similar future climatic shocks. The crisis of 1740-1741 should not be confused with the equally devastating Great Potato Famine in Ireland of the 1840s.

[link to joannenova.com.au]

Interesting little read
Mommas youngest getting paper like the oldest one.. We living better guess God felt he owed us one.


i was born a sweet lil babi but them staven streets raized me up crazy


I always give 100% at work: 13% Monday 22% Tuesday 26% Wednesday 35% Thursday 4% Friday