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German Flagship Daily 'Die Welt': Germany Has A Hot Weather "Hysteria Problem"

German Flagship Daily ‘Die Welt’: Germany Has A Hot Weather “Hysteria Problem”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA wave of media hysteria has been unleashed by the recent hot and dry “Sahara” weather Europe has seen over the past few weeks. Cries to shut down the coal power plants and to adopt vegan diets have reached peak volume! ARD Fake News: “CO2 causing lung disease” The neurosis has gotten so bad, that […]

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Sham Predictions By NASA, NSIDC, U of Cambridge, VP Al Gore, Sen. John Kerry Exposed

Sham Predictions By NASA, NSIDC, U of Cambridge, VP Al Gore, Sen. John Kerry Exposed

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCharlatans exposed…when sham predictions clash with reality Yesterday Japanese blogger Kirye prepared a chart (below) depicting Arctic sea ice volume since 2006, the year Al Gore’s Inconvenient Truth (AIT) was released, and just a year or two before a spate of ice-free-Arctic-by-2013 (or earlier) predictions were issued by a number of “experts”, which of course […]

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Scientists: We Lack A ‘Quantitative, Mechanistic Understanding Of How The Ocean Carbon Sink Works’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRecent research has emphasized that “critical mysteries remain” in our ability to quantify or even understand carbon cycle processes as they relate to Earth’s water bodies.  Observational constraints prevent the detection of an anthropogenic signal in ocean carbon uptake trends on decadal timescales (McKinley et al., 2017).  Many new papers even contradict the IPCC-endorsed […]

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Arctic Ice Volume Surges To 3rd Highest In 16 Years...AMM Lowest Since 1972...Maue Hits Mann

Arctic Ice Volume Surges To 3rd Highest In 16 Years…AMM Lowest Since 1972…Maue Hits Mann

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Share this…FacebookTwitterUsing data from the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), Japanese skeptic blogger Kirye just tweeted how Arctic sea ice volume has surged to the 3rd highest level in 16 years. Data source. Danish Meteorological Institute. Chart source: Kirye. Today, there’s not a climate ambulance chaser to be found in the Arctic. Some ten years ago, […]

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Business Daily Handelsblatt: German Wind Industry In "Serious Crisis", Could "Implode"...Consequences "Could Be Fatal"!

Business Daily Handelsblatt: German Wind Industry In “Serious Crisis”, Could “Implode”…Consequences “Could Be Fatal”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAbout a week ago I reported here how Germany’s “Solar Valley” spectacularly crashed into the wall of reality, turning into an industrial Death Valley, as almost the entire solar components production industry collapsed and left tens of thousands without jobs. Bleak future for Germany’s wind industry. Image: Wasili Karbe, cropped from video here. And the […]

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US Instrumental Records Indicate More Heat Waves Occurred In the 1930s Than Today

US Instrumental Records Indicate More Heat Waves Occurred In the 1930s Than Today

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDuring the 1930s, when the atmospheric CO2 concentration was about 100 ppm lower than today (310 ppm vs. 410 ppm), United States heat waves were just as if not more common than recent decades. Recently there has been much ado about heat waves and the hottest-ever-recorded-temperatures making their rounds in Northern Hemisphere summer. Yet […]

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Video Shows Solar Panels On Roof In Netherlands Burning, Destroying Three Apartments

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIf you own solar panels on your home, you may want to keep an eye on them in hot weather. In Holland, some caught fire and caused “enormous” damage to three apartment units. 297.nl here reports how solar panels on a new apartment building caught fire and destroyed three of the units last Thursday afternoon, […]

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Cadmium Green Technologies…VW May Have To Recall 124,000 E-Cars Due To Cadmium Contamination

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt appears that green technologies may leave future generations with a heap of toxic waste. Recently Spiegel here and other German media outlets reported on how VW may be required to recall 124,000 electric cars. The reason for the potential recall is that the charging unit contains traces of cadmium, a heavy metal element that can […]

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Arctic Sea Ice Volume Skyrockets...Atlantic Surface Cold Surprises Experts

Arctic Sea Ice Volume Skyrockets…Atlantic Surface Cold Surprises Experts

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite all the hysterical “heat wave” and drought reports being put out to the public by the media, the Northern Hemisphere as a whole is in fact not at all that much warmer than the mean since 2000. Chart source: Dr. Ryan Maue. According to Dr. Ryan Maue, northern hemisphere temperature anomaly was zero on July 30 […]

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108 Graphs From 89 New Papers Invalidate Claims Of Unprecedented Global-Scale Modern Warmth

108 Graphs From 89 New Papers Invalidate Claims Of Unprecedented Global-Scale Modern Warmth

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDuring 2017, there were 150 graphs from 122 scientific papers published in peer-reviewed journals indicating modern temperatures are not unprecedented, unusual, or hockey-stick-shaped — nor do they fall outside the range of natural variability.  We are a little over halfway through 2018 and already  108 graphs from 89 scientific papers undermine claims that modern era warming is […]

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Thermal Imaging Shows Japan's Recent Record High Temp An Artefact Of Urban Heat Sinks!

Thermal Imaging Shows Japan’s Recent Record High Temp An Artefact Of Urban Heat Sinks!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe media like the New York Times here hyperventilated over Japan setting a new all-time record high temperature on Monday. According to the Times, the temperature hit a high of close to 106 degrees on Monday at a Japanese location outside Tokyo. Japanese blogger Kirye, who happens to live in Tokyo, informs that temperature […]

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Germans Like Talking "Climate Protection", Yet Very Few Willing To Walk It

Germans Like Talking “Climate Protection”, Yet Very Few Willing To Walk It

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Share this…FacebookTwitterToday I have an anecdote or two about climate protection and the real willingness among Germans to do it. Over the end of last week and last weekend I was out on a 4-day trek in the Bavarian Alps, one that took me (by foot) to the top of Germany’s highest peak, the Zugspitze (2962 m) […]

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