Missed A Few, IPCC? 368 New 2018 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

Missed A Few, IPCC? 368 New 2018 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailIn the first 9½ months of 2018,  368 scientific papers have been 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. These […]

New Paper: Extreme Sea Level Rise Is A 'Non-Existent Threat' Based On 'Never Validated' Models

New Paper: Extreme Sea Level Rise Is A ‘Non-Existent Threat’ Based On ‘Never Validated’ Models

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+email“Extreme sea level rise warnings based on predictions by never validated models, or speculations, that are defocusing coastal management from every other relevant situation, should be discharged.” — Parker, 2018 Parker, 2018 Sea level oscillations in Japan and China since the start of the 20th century and consequences for coastal management “Regionally, the sea […]

Reliable? CRU, NASA, BEST, NOAA Land Temp Data Conflict By Up To 90% (0.8°C), Spawning 'Large Uncertainty'

Reliable? CRU, NASA, BEST, NOAA Land Temp Data Conflict By Up To 90% (0.8°C), Spawning ‘Large Uncertainty’

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailA new paper documents “remarkably different” land temperatures from one instrumental data set to another. In some regions there is as much as an 0.8°C conflict in recorded temperature anomalies for CRU, NASA, BEST, and NOAA. The relative temperature trend differences can reach 90% when comparing instrumental records. Consequently, the uncertainty in instrumental temperature […]

In The Arctic, AMO/NAO 'Predominantly Force Ocean Temperatures' And 'Cause Major Melting Events'

In The Arctic, AMO/NAO ‘Predominantly Force Ocean Temperatures’ And ‘Cause Major Melting Events’

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+email6 New Papers Link Arctic/North Atlantic Climate Changes To Natural Factors 1. Natural variability/NAO/AMO “predominantly force ocean temperatures” and Greenland ice sheet melt  Hahn et al., 2018 “North Atlantic Natural Variability Modulates Emergence of Widespread Greenland Melt in a Warming Climate … Using reanalysis data and a large ensemble of climate model simulations, we find that […]

New Paper: The GCR-Cloud Link To Solar-Driven Climate Change Persists Despite The Post-2000 'Violation'

New Paper: The GCR-Cloud Link To Solar-Driven Climate Change Persists Despite The Post-2000 ‘Violation’

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailThe strong correlation between Galactic Cosmic Rays (GCRs) and cloud formation has for decades been postulated as a primary mechanism  for solar-driven natural climate change. Concisely, “When the Sun is active fewer cosmic rays reach the Earth and, with fewer low clouds, the world warms up” (Svensmark et al., 2017).  Since about 2000, however, […]

Climate Scientist Karl Zeller Sums Up The 'Discovery' That Pressure, Not CO2, Determines Planets' Temps

Climate Scientist Karl Zeller Sums Up The ‘Discovery’ That Pressure, Not CO2, Determines Planets’ Temps

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailIn an interview at the Porto Climate Conference earlier this month, Dr. Karl Zeller provided a brief overview of the theory he and Dr. Ned Nikolov developed. The model uses empirical NASA data to quantify the surface temperature of “all the planets across our solar system” precisely and accurately by using two values only: (1) distance from […]

A Dismaying New Study Finds Bat Habitat Loss Extends 'At Least 1000 Meters From A Wind Turbine'

A Dismaying New Study Finds Bat Habitat Loss Extends ‘At Least 1000 Meters From A Wind Turbine’

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailContending that “the current situation is particularly worrying”, authors of a troubling new paper assert that the bat habitat loss fomented by the presence of wind turbines is so pervasive that bat activity continues to decline precipitously from a range of  “at least 1000 meters from a wind turbine”.   Image Source: Millon et al., 2018 […]

New Study: Sea Level Rise Doesn't 'Spell Doom' - Little To No Loss Of Coastal Wetlands Projected By 2100

New Study: Sea Level Rise Doesn’t ‘Spell Doom’ – Little To No Loss Of Coastal Wetlands Projected By 2100

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailAnother new false-alarm paper reveals that coastal wetlands may not only persist well into the 21st century despite present rates of sea level rise, but the coasts may expand and even prosper due to the natural ability for soil to “build up vertically by sediment accretion”.   Headline/image source: Sciencenews.org “Coasts are growing all over the world” Two […]

New Science Says Hurricane Frequencies Are Declining, Yet U.S. Media Blame 'Climate Deniers' For Florence

New Science Says Hurricane Frequencies Are Declining, Yet U.S. Media Blame ‘Climate Deniers’ For Florence

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailThe peer-reviewed scientific literature robustly affirms that land-falling hurricane frequencies and intensities have remained steady or declined in recent decades.  So have droughts, floods, and other extreme weather events.  But the editorial board of The Washington Post spurns this scientific evidence and inexplicably blames politicians and “those who deny” climate change for landfalling hurricanes and […]

10 New Reconstructions Show Today's Temperatures Still Among The Coldest Of The Last 10,000 Years

10 New Reconstructions Show Today’s Temperatures Still Among The Coldest Of The Last 10,000 Years

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailEven though CO2 concentrations hovered well below 300 ppm throughout most of the Holocene, newly published paleoclimate reconstructions affirm that today’s surface temperatures are only slightly warmer (if at all) than the coldest periods of the last 10,000 years.  This contradicts the perspective that temperatures rise in concert with CO2 concentrations.  Bottom Graph Source: Rosenthal et […]

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe Blocks Scientists Who Invite Her To Debate CO2's Effect On Planetary Temperature

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe Blocks Scientists Who Invite Her To Debate CO2’s Effect On Planetary Temperature

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailIn yet another example of the squelching of scientific debate by those advocating for the position that dangerous anthropogenic global warming is a cosmic threat, Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, climate scientist, has been found twitter-blocking fellow scientists who have the audacity to ask her to support her views on the greenhouse effect.   Image Source: https://twitter.com/NikolovScience For […]

The Arctic Climate Has Now Stabilized - Ice Sheet, Glacier, Sea Ice Losses Are Decelerating, Reversing

The Arctic Climate Has Now Stabilized – Ice Sheet, Glacier, Sea Ice Losses Are Decelerating, Reversing

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailAn accumulating collection of “headlines” taken from the 2018 scientific literature is indicating the Arctic region is no longer experiencing accelerated mass ice sheet/glacier loss, warming, or sea ice declines. Image Source: Climate4you I. Ice Sheet/Glacier Mass Loss Decelerating, Stabilizing • “Notable Absence” Of Recent Acceleration In Ice Sheet Loss Lemos et al., 2018 […]

Scientists Now Assert Natural Mechanisms Have Driven The Recent Retreat Of The Greenland Ice Sheet

Scientists Now Assert Natural Mechanisms Have Driven The Recent Retreat Of The Greenland Ice Sheet

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailScientists are increasingly concluding that changes in low level cloud cover, not CO2, are what govern the surface radiation budget in the polar regions, driving and determining the retreat of the ice sheets.  Image Source: https://www.nature.com/articles/nclimate3363 It is considered “established science” that  “the greenhouse effect of clouds may be larger than that resulting from a hundredfold […]

AGW Gatekeepers Censor The CO2-Climate Debate By Refusing To Publish Author's Response To Criticism

AGW Gatekeepers Censor The CO2-Climate Debate By Refusing To Publish Author’s Response To Criticism

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailA 2017 peer-reviewed paper authored by physicist Dr. Hermann Harde drew considerable response upon its publication in the journal Global and Planetary Change.  Harde’s conclusion that less than 15% of the increase in CO2 concentration since the 19th century could be attributed to anthropogenic emissions was deemed unacceptable by gatekeepers of the anthropogenic global warming […]

2 New Studies Affirm Coral Bleaching Events Are Natural - More Bleaching In 1750s, 1890s Than Today

2 New Studies Affirm Coral Bleaching Events Are Natural – More Bleaching In 1750s, 1890s Than Today

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailCoral reef bleaching events occur after exposure to unusually warm water temperatures or excessive sunlight.  Activists claim that today’s coral bleaching events are not only unprecedented, but reefs will soon disappear.  In contrast, scientists have determined that modern-day bleaching events are not unusual or unprecedented, but only a continuation of a naturally-occurring phenomenon. A […]

A Groundbreaking New Study Foils The Elevated-CO2-Is-Toxic-To-Humans Narrative

A Groundbreaking New Study Foils The Elevated-CO2-Is-Toxic-To-Humans Narrative

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailOver the years there has been a sustained effort to portray human exposure to very high levels of CO2 as toxic.  A new study undercuts these claims, as the decision-making performances of controlled-experiment participants were not impaired when exposed to CO2 concentrations as high as 15,000 ppm.  As a political activist, Al Gore has […]

New Arctic Study Finds Spring Sea Ice Melted 2 Months Earlier Than Today During Roman, Medieval Times

New Arctic Study Finds Spring Sea Ice Melted 2 Months Earlier Than Today During Roman, Medieval Times

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailScientists have determined that today’s Arctic sea ice concentrations are still much higher than they have been for most of the last several thousand years, undermining claims that modern era Arctic sea ice changes are remarkable, unusual, or unprecedented.  Source: Kolling et al., 2018 In the graphical illustration of Late Holocene West Greenland sea ice […]

Climate Alarm Flames Out As Scientists Find Global Fires/Burned Area Has Sharply DECLINED Since 1910s

Climate Alarm Flames Out As Scientists Find Global Fires/Burned Area Has Sharply DECLINED Since 1910s

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailThe purveyors of climate alarm posit that rising CO2 emissions cause up to 600% increases in burned area due to global warming. Newly published science thoroughly undermines these claims. Observational evidence affirms global-scale fire frequencies and burned area have actually been declining for decades (especially since the early 1900s), with overall biomass burning lower today […]

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

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailRecent 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 […]

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

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailDuring 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 […]

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this. More information at our Data Privacy Policy

Close