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Devastating Finding: New Study Deems Solar PV Systems In Europe “A Non-Sustainable Energy Sink”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite hyped claims, much doubt has emerged over the years on whether or not renewable energies such as wind and sun would able to substitute fossil and nuclear energy. Europe’s PV energy systems are not working out, new study finds. Photo: Prof. Knut Löschke. Source: www.eike-klima-energie.eu/. Getting a sound answer to that question naturally […]

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Up! Up! And Away! Leading Daily Die Welt Reports: "Electricity In Germany More Expensive Than Ever"

Up! Up! And Away! Leading Daily Die Welt Reports: “Electricity In Germany More Expensive Than Ever”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe online German national daily Die Welt has a piece by business journalist Holger Zschäpitz on Germany’s sky-high, ever climbing electricity prices. Hat-tip: Reader Stefan B. Awhile ago it looked as if prices had finally stabilized. But now Zschäpitz writes that German electricity prices, already among the highest in the world, have jumped once again. […]

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Studies Suggest Volcanic Activity Had Profound Long-Term Impact On Past Climate ...CO2 Is No Explanation

Studies Suggest Volcanic Activity Had Profound Long-Term Impact On Past Climate …CO2 Is No Explanation

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Share this…FacebookTwitter  Guest author Kenneth Richard examines the impacts of past volcanoes on climate. The findings will surely be controversial. (Title above is my own). -PG ============================================ Volcanic activity explains long-term climate change better than CO2 By Kenneth Richard Long-term (decadal and even centennial-scale) volcanic influence on climate has recently gained more and more attention […]

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Little Evidence Showing Climate “Tipping Points” Are Tipping At All! …Artefacts Of Simplistic Models

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGeologist Dr. Sebastian Luning and chemist Prof. Fritz Vahrenohlt have recently looked at the so-called climate “Tipping Points” hypothesis, one that is heavily promoted by the alarmist Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). The idea of the climate irreversibly tipping into something completely different and potentially hostile once certain thresholds are reached is one often […]

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Winter Buries Germany's Spring Under Snow, Ice And Cold ..."Spring Nowhere In Sight" (In Late April)!

Winter Buries Germany’s Spring Under Snow, Ice And Cold …”Spring Nowhere In Sight” (In Late April)!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThis morning, even here in the North German lowlands, close to sea level, snow fell as temperatures hovered near the freezing point. Currently many Germans are struggling under snow, ice and cold as winter terminates spring for the time being. The cause: a low pressure centered over the Baltic Sea pumping in cold polar […]

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Current Solar Cycle Continues To Be The Weakest In Almost 200 Years …Planet At The Mercy Of The Sun

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe following is the solar part of the latest post at Die kalte Sonne. =================================================== The Sun in March 2016 By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated, edited by P Gosselin) Our mother star was once again less active than normal in March. The observed solar sunspot number (SSN) was 54.9, which was about […]

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Late April "Snow Shock" Surprises Germany, President Obama. Experts Advise Putting Winter Tires Back On!

Late April “Snow Shock” Surprises Germany, President Obama. Experts Advise Putting Winter Tires Back On!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterYou gotta wonder what President Obama will be thinking when he visits the northern city of Hanover later today. Ironically the US global warming president may be confronted with snow tomorrow morning as he gets set to pitch further steps with regards to TTIP and global warming to Chancellor Angela Merkel. Temperature anomalies of […]

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NASA "Homogenization" Infusing MORE Error? Adelaide Airport: Cooling Turns Into Warming

NASA “Homogenization” Infusing MORE Error? Adelaide Airport: Cooling Turns Into Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Ed Caryl There have been several reports of temperature data fudging by the authorities, the most recent by Paul Homewood on several stations in Paraguay. While exploring long temperature records in Australia, I discovered a particularly egregious example of temperature changing at Adelaide Airport. GISS now offers easy access to their several sets […]

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Climate Alarmists Alarmed Public No Longer Panicked About The Climate, Demand More Doomsday Headlines!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClimate science critics Dr. Sebastian Lüning and professor Fritz Vahrenholt here present today some findings that climate alarmists are not very amused over: Climate alarmism has waned and is no longer making any headlines. The two co-authors of “The Neglected Sun” write at their site: ======================================== “People aren’t dumb. Climate alarmism just isn’t working. […]

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Central Europe's Spring To Crash Back Into Winter ...Snow Expected At Elevations Down To 200 Meters!

Central Europe’s Spring To Crash Back Into Winter …Snow Expected At Elevations Down To 200 Meters!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSo far this week where I live here in the North German flatlands people have woken up to surface frost three times already. And although temperatures are forecast to be pleasant today under sunny conditions, the temperature will drop rapidly come weekend. Source: http://www.wetteronline.de/ Joe Bastardi at his Daily Update here says it’s going to get […]

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Profound Admission: New Nature Study Shows Models Still Very Embryonic, "Hardly Trustworthy" Says Top Climate Modeler

Profound Admission: New Nature Study Shows Models Still Very Embryonic, “Hardly Trustworthy” Says Top Climate Modeler

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSpiegel science journalist Axel Bojanowski held an interview with climate modeling scientist Edouard Zorita of the GKSS Research Center in Geestacht near Hamburg, Germany. Eduardo Zorita, paleoclimatologist, GKSS Research Centre Germany tells Spiegel climate models have a long way to go, much remains poorly understood and that they are hardly trustworthy. Photo:  http://coast.gkss.de/staff/zorita/; CC […]

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GISS Temperature Data Website Changes (For The Better!)

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Ed Caryl Yesterday, I resumed some temperature analysis I had been doing and found an amazing improvement in the GISS website for station data. Instead of the tiny map with no station locations marked on it, I found a nice rotatable and zoomable globe with dots marking the station locations. There is also […]

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Snow Now A Thing Of Late April. Cold Blast With Possible Snow Set To Grip Central Europe!

Snow Now A Thing Of Late April. Cold Blast With Possible Snow Set To Grip Central Europe!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNot only should we be concerned about the overall cooling that is now in the works for the globe, as we reported here, but for those of us in Central Europe we can now forget about getting out the sundry summer items for at least another week. The frost on my car’s windshield yesterday […]

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Sea Level Hysteria: German Climate Experts Call Claim Antarctica Could Melt Faster “Crazy Climate Alarmism”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman scientists Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt, authors of the German climate science critical book “Die kalte Sonne”, available in English as “The Ngelected Sun“, call the recent claims made by DeConto et al that Antarctica could melt more quickly than expected: “crazy climate alarmism”. Mt. Herschel Antarctica. Photo by Andrew Mandemaker, CC BY-SA […]

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“Powerfully Cold La Niña” Coming At Us Like An Express Train …Could Set A New Record!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSchneefan (snow fan) at German climate science critical site wobleibtdieerderwaemung.de here presents the latest analysis of the current ENSO, which shows a powerful La Niña in the works. Three-Year Super La Niña with Global Cooling? – April 2016 ENSO Update Based on an array of data, Schneefan tells readers to expect a La Niña already […]

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“Climate McCarthyism” May Backfire As Large Body Of New Science Shows Claims Of “Consensus” Are An Illusion

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe web media have been reporting on how a group of activist attorneys general have recently launched efforts to clamp down on climate science dissent. The science-dissent crackdown is spearheaded by 16 Democrat attorneys general and US Justice Department head Loretta Lynch, who is falling back in part on the powerful federal RICO (anti-racketeering) […]

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Early Forecast: Veteran Meteorologist Predicts Harsh 2016/17 Winter, And Worst Hurricane Season In 10 Years!

Early Forecast: Veteran Meteorologist Predicts Harsh 2016/17 Winter, And Worst Hurricane Season In 10 Years!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOcala, FL (PRWEB) April 13, 2016 – Global Weather Oscillations (GWO) has issued the most accurate hurricane and El Niño predictions by any organization over the past 8 years, and was right on the money with the United States winter predictions and California drought the past 3 winters. Photo: meteorologist David Dilley, GWO With […]

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Climatologists Stunned, Baffled: New Scientific Studies Show Glacier, Ice Sheet Melt Rates "Rapidly Decelerating"!

Climatologists Stunned, Baffled: New Scientific Studies Show Glacier, Ice Sheet Melt Rates “Rapidly Decelerating”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNote: Title above is that of NoTricksZone, and not of Kenneth Richard. —————————————- Glacier, Ice Sheet Melt Rates Slowing! By Kenneth Richard In recent years glacier and ice sheet melt rates have been rapidly decelerating in several regions of the globe. For illustration only. By Beeblebrox – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=11810995 According to […]

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Vencoreweather Meteorology: Global Sea Ice Has "Rebounded In Recent Weeks To Near Normal Levels"! La Nina Storming Back

Vencoreweather Meteorology: Global Sea Ice Has “Rebounded In Recent Weeks To Near Normal Levels”! La Nina Storming Back

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMeteorologist Paul Dorian at Vencoreweather.com here has a post on the latest concerning El Nino and global sea ice. Not long ago the warmists and alarmists were jumping and hollering about the drop in Arctic sea ice, accompanied by talk (hope) of an ice-free Arctic. Arctic sea ice rebounds Looks like all the talk […]

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Success! German State Of Bavaria "Puts Brakes On" Wind Energy, Industrialization Of Rural Landscape

Success! German State Of Bavaria “Puts Brakes On” Wind Energy, Industrialization Of Rural Landscape

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman Bavarian Broadcasting, Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR), has a report on wind energy in the southeastern state that is famous for its Oktoberfest, dirndls and lederhosen. It appears the brakes have been effectively applied to the scenery pollution industry. Eyesores no longer welcome in Germany. Photo: wind park in Lower Saxony, for illustration only, Philip […]

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