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Skeptic Papers 2021 (2)

Skeptic Papers 2021 (2)

Solar Influence On Climate Scafetta, 2021 This result implies that the CMIP5 models are missing important climatic mechanisms responsible for a large millennial oscillation that has been found throughout the Holocene and has been linked to a millennial solar oscillation [2,4,17,72,90,105]. The argument can be, therefore, extended to other decadal, multidecadal, and secular solar oscillations […]

Over 400 Scientific Papers Published In 2020 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

Over 400 Scientific Papers Published In 2020 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

In 2020, more than 400 scientific papers were published that cast doubt on the position that anthropogenic CO2 emissions function as the climate’s fundamental control knob…or that otherwise serve to question the efficacy of climate models or the related “consensus” positions commonly endorsed by policymakers and mainstream media sources. Over 400 scientific papers published in […]

Skeptic Papers 2020 (2)

Skeptic Papers 2020 (2)

Solar Influence On Climate Delgado-Bonal et al, 2020 Our research supports the idea that clouds and albedo, which ultimately determine the SW radiation, are variables of the utmost importance for current climate change, in agreement with previous research about the changes in stratocumulus or energy imbalance in the last four decades for example. An increase […]

Skeptic Papers 2020 (1)

Skeptic Papers 2020 (1)

A Warmer Past: Non-Hockey Stick Reconstructions Martin et al., 2020  France max Holocene temps (14°C) were 7°C warmer than the modern value (7°C) Modern climatic parameters were obtained from the instrumental database of Meteo-France at the nearby station of Mazet-Volamont (1130 m) located 11 km distant, for the period 2009-2017 … Temperature values were corrected […]

55 New (2019) Scientific Papers Link Solar Activity To Climate Change

55 New (2019) Scientific Papers Link Solar Activity To Climate Change

In the last few years, hundreds of peer-reviewed scientific papers have been published linking changes in solar activity to Earth’s climate (2016, 2017, 2018). The evidence for a robust Sun-Climate connection continues to accumulate in 2019. When it comes to the Sun’s influence on climate, one conclusion is certain: there is no widespread scientific agreement […]

Skeptic Papers 2019 (3)

Skeptic Papers 2019 (3)

Climate Model Unreliability/Biases/Errors and the Pause Tapiador et al., 2019     Uncertainties in modeling persist for large parts of the world, suggesting models still limited to the research realm. … It turns out that both GCMs and RCMs [global/regional climate models] appear still limited to provide practical estimates of the world climates even for present […]

Skeptic Papers 2019 (2)

Skeptic Papers 2019 (2)

Solar Influence On Climate Scafetta and Willson, 2019     The consistent downward trending of the PMOD TSI composite is negatively correlated with the global mean temperature anomaly during 1980–2000. This has been viewed with favor by those supporting the CO2 anthropogenic global warming (CAGW) hypothesis since it would minimize TSI variation as a competitive climate change […]

Skeptic Papers 2019 (1)

Skeptic Papers 2019 (1)

A Warmer Past: Non-Hockey Stick Reconstructions Collins et al., 2019     Over the past 2300 yrs, SST values range between 14.3°C and 12.2°C (Fig. 4a), and hence most of the record is warmer than today. The earlier half of the record is relatively warm and stable and displays a gradual warming from 13.2°C at 2300 […]

Busted Hockey Sticks: 35 Non-Global Warming Papers Have Been Published In 2019

Busted Hockey Sticks: 35 Non-Global Warming Papers Have Been Published In 2019

Could a transition in paleoclimate reconstruction be underway? More and more, scientists aren’t hiding statements or graphical depictions of the lack of modern warming or the much-warmer Holocene past. A compilation of 35 papers from across the globe indicate that modern climate is not unusual, remarkable or unprecedented, and that large regions of the Earth […]

Consensus? 500+ Scientific Papers Published In 2018 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

Consensus? 500+ Scientific Papers Published In 2018 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

In 2018,  over 500 scientific papers were published that cast doubt on the position that anthropogenic CO2 emissions function as the climate’s fundamental control knob…or that otherwise serve to question the efficacy of climate models or the related “consensus” positions commonly endorsed by policymakers and mainstream media sources. More than 500 scientific papers published in […]

92 New Papers (2018) Link Solar Forcing To Climate . . . Some Predict Solar-Induced Global Cooling By 2030!

92 New Papers (2018) Link Solar Forcing To Climate . . . Some Predict Solar-Induced Global Cooling By 2030!

Global Cooling On The Horizon? Image Source: Abdussamatov, 2012 When it comes to the Sun’s influence on climate, one conclusion is certain: there is no widespread scientific agreement as to how and to what extent solar activity and its related parameters (i.e., galactic cosmic rays, geomagnetic activity, solar wind flux) impact changes in the Earth’s temperature and […]

The List Grows – Now 85 Scientific Papers Assert CO2 Has A Minuscule Effect On The Climate

Within the last few years, over 30 papers have been added to our compilation of scientific papers that find the climate’s sensitivity to CO2 concentration changes is low to negligible. Link: 85 Scientific Papers – Low CO2 Climate Sensitivity A few of the papers published in 2018 that were added to the list are provided […]

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