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Arctic Ice Volume Growth Surprises As Solar Activity Approaches Near 200-Year Low

Arctic Ice Volume Growth Surprises As Solar Activity Approaches Near 200-Year Low

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailFrank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt look at the sun and oceans in their latest report here at Die kalte Sonne. The sunspot number for February 2018 was 10.6 and thus was some 30% below the meanfor this time into the cycle. At the moment solar activity is close to quiet. Solar cycle no. 24 […]

1975 Documentary "The Weather Machine": Climate "Keeps Changing Gear"..."Ice Age Now Due Any Time"!

1975 Documentary “The Weather Machine”: Climate “Keeps Changing Gear”…”Ice Age Now Due Any Time”!

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailA documentary dubbed “The Weather Machine” produced in 1975 – long before NASA fiddled with the data – warned of an impending ice age (10:35), and maintained that the globe is cooling. Hat-tip: reader The Indomitable Snowman. The documentary attempted and succeeded at presenting the latest on climate change at the time. Changing climate accepted as […]

Surprise: Antarctic Ice Shelves Growing, Variations Linked To Natural Ocean Cycles, Unrelated To 'Global Warming'

Surprise: Antarctic Ice Shelves Growing, Variations Linked To Natural Ocean Cycles, Unrelated To ‘Global Warming’

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailA new study shows that the Antarctic Ice Shelf has been thickening – in times of global warming. Logic: Global warming cannot be the driving factor for Antarctic ice shelf mass, let alone CO2. ===================================== West Antarctic Ice Shelf: El Nino takes, La Nina gives By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited […]

Man’s Small Role…New Scientific Findings Show Pacific Tropical Storm Activity Linked To Solar And Oceanic Cycles

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailTropical storms in the Pacific are strongly influenced by solar activity fluctuations and ocean cycles By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) Tropical storms have plagued humans since the start. Today we will shed some light on the activity pattern of the Pacific region. Toomey et al. 2016 […]

Europe Facing Coldest March In Years, Global Surface Temperatures Cool..."Bad Times" For Warming Alarmists

Europe Facing Coldest March In Years, Global Surface Temperatures Cool…”Bad Times” For Warming Alarmists

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailHere at NTZ we are glad to see that German weather and climate blogger Schneefan is back from his hiatus and this week he presents a couple of interesting posts, here and here. Cold to grip Europe for rest of month First he writes that the latest weather models and patterns are now pointing to an extended […]

40-Year Meteorologist Rejects Warming The Cause Of Brutal Cold Snaps! And: La Nina Conditions Over Entire 2018

40-Year Meteorologist Rejects Warming The Cause Of Brutal Cold Snaps! And: La Nina Conditions Over Entire 2018

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailAt his latest Weatherbell Analytics Saturday Summary, 40-year veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi lays out what’s behind the next brutal blast of cold and snow that’s coming to North America over the next weeks: Temperature anomaly forecast for February 7 – 12, 2018, for North America. Chart: NCEP. It’s due to naturally occurring cycles, he says. […]

25 Papers: Natural Forcing Explains Why The Globe's Oceans Have Been Recently Warming AND Cooling

25 Papers: Natural Forcing Explains Why The Globe’s Oceans Have Been Recently Warming AND Cooling

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+email  In assessing the global-scale trends in near-surface (0-20 m) ocean temperatures between 1900 and 2010, Gouretski et al. (2012) determined that the world’s oceans warmed by about 1.1°C between 1900 and 1945 (~0.24°C per decade), but then only warmed by an additional net 0.3°C between 1945 and 2010 (~0.046°C per decade), including a […]

More Research Points To “Temperature Decline In The Coming Decades And Centuries”

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailGeologist Dr. Norman Page left a comment which I’ve decided to upgrade to a post. In it he writes solar and La Nina observations fit well with his recent paper showing that climate is controlled by natural orbital and solar activity cycles. Dr. Page is among a growing number of scientists who share the general […]

Weak Solar Activity And La Nina Forebode Cooling Temperatures For The Months Ahead

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailThe Sun in November 2017 By Frank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated and edited by P Gosselin) In November the sun was unusually quiet with respect to activity. The observed sunspot number (SSN) was merely 5.7, which is only 14% of what is typically normal for month number 108 into the cycle. The […]

400 Scientific Papers Published In 2017 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailA Growing Volume Of Evidence Undercuts ‘Consensus’ Science Update: For a detailed response to the YouTube video criticizing our list, see: Deconstruction Of The Critical YouTube Response To Our 400+ ‘Skeptical’ Papers Compilation   During 2017, 485 scientific papers have been published that cast doubt on the position that anthropogenic CO2 emissions function as the […]

Another New Paper Dismantles The CO2 Greenhouse Effect 'Thought Experiment'

Another New Paper Dismantles The CO2 Greenhouse Effect ‘Thought Experiment’

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+email3 Atmospheric Scientists: Greenhouse Effect Based On ‘Physically Irrelevant Assumptions’ Yet another new scientific paper has been published that questions the current understanding of the Earth’s globally averaged surface temperature and its relation to the theoretical greenhouse effect. Perhaps the most fundamental equation in climate science is the “thought experiment” that envisions what the […]

Rapid ENSO Prediction Reversal: ´Now Global-Cooling La Niña Is Forecast Ahead!

Rapid ENSO Prediction Reversal: ´Now Global-Cooling La Niña Is Forecast Ahead!

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailMaking forecasts concerning weather and climate is not an easy task. There is really much we do not understand, though some like to make you think everything is all understood and settled. This is why I get a kick out of people who claim they are able to predict decades into the future, yet […]

New Papers: Seismic Activity Explains 1979-2016 Temperatures, ENSO Events Better Than CO2

New Papers: Seismic Activity Explains 1979-2016 Temperatures, ENSO Events Better Than CO2

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailCould Earth’s Shifting Plates Be Driving Modern Climate? Within the last year, Dr. Arthur Viterito (geography professor) has published multiple scientific papers documenting the significant correlation (r=0.80) between the seismic activity changes in the Earth’s high geothermal flux areas (HGFA) and both El Niño events and global temperatures. The HGFA/global temperature correlation has been found […]

Analysis By German Scientists Concerning Hurricane Causes: More Propaganda Than Science

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailIn the wake of Category 5 hurricanes Irma and Harvey, Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt presented an analysis of what’s behind the hurricane activity and literature at their well known Die kalte Sonne climate website. Their hope is to bring the hurricane discussion back to some rationality. The German media of course […]

As La Nina Looms, Warmists Skid Into Panic Mode...Global Warming Pause Set To Surpass Two Decades!

As La Nina Looms, Warmists Skid Into Panic Mode…Global Warming Pause Set To Surpass Two Decades!

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailAt this point last year global warming alarmists and global socialism politicians were as giddy and as optimistic as ever. Everything was falling into place as it looked as if nothing would prevent them from imposing their green regime. The Pope was on their side, global temperatures had been near record highs (thanks to […]

Climate Scientists Conceding Natural Ocean Cycles Playing Major Climate Role

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailDawning on Scientists: Atlantic Ocean Cycles Drive By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) The oceans are the world’s largest water reservoirs, and over 60-year cycles they swallow heat three decades long, and release over the 30 years or so that follow. In the Atlantic this phenomenon is […]

The 2017 ‘Global Warming Reality Check’: Experts Now Forecasting La Niña Conditions!

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailSchneefan at wobleibtdieerderwaermung.de here does a good job summarizing weather and climate trends. His latest focuses on the ENSO, which is a powerful Pacific driver of global weather. Earlier this year a number of experts projected that another El Niño would appear later this year, and thus keep global temperatures elevated and thus end […]

New Studies Show Oceans Absorbing Atmospheric CO2 …”Putting Brakes On Climate Change”

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailSouth Polar Sea removing large quantities of CO2 from the atmosphere By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) About half of the CO2 emitted by man gets absorbed by the oceans and so does not stay in the atmosphere. Here there are certain areas of the ocean that […]

The ‘Pause’ Returns As Global Temperatures Plummet, Warming Hiatus To Extend To 20 Years!

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailIt was just reported that Greenland set a new all-time July cold record, where the mercury plummeted to -33°C. Read details here. What follows are excerpts from the most recent analysis of global temperature at wobleibtdieglobaleerwaermung.wordpress.com. A Greenland record low shouldn’t come as a surprise since in the wake of the recent El Nino global […]

Lowest Solar Activity In 200 Years Accompanied By High Northern Hemispheric Snow And Ice

Lowest Solar Activity In 200 Years Accompanied By High Northern Hemispheric Snow And Ice

Share this…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailFrank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt present their monthly solar activity report at their Die kalte Sonne site. In May the sun was very quiet as sunspot number was a mere 18.8, which is only 36% of what is typical for the month this far into the cycle. Seven days saw no sunspot activity at all. […]

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