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Solar Cycle 24 Going Down As Quietest In Almost 200 Years, May Put The Brakes On Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe sun in December 2018 Von Frank Bosse und Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated / edited by P Gosselin) Our sun was also very sub-normally active in December last year. We are writing the 121st month since the beginning of cycle number 24, in December 2008, and since 2012 (when we started the blog […]

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Munich Conference: Leading Danish Astrophysicist Says Solar Activity Has Significant Impact On Global Climate

Munich Conference: Leading Danish Astrophysicist Says Solar Activity Has Significant Impact On Global Climate

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDanish Professor Henrik Svensmark is a leading physicist of cosmic radiation. At the end of last year he made a presentation at the 12th International Climate Conference in Munich, where he demonstrated that the climate is indeed modulated in large part by cloud cover, which in turn is modulated by solar activity in combination […]

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New Paper: Modern Warming Was Driven By 'Primarily Natural' Factors. Global Cooling Has Now Begun.

New Paper: Modern Warming Was Driven By ‘Primarily Natural’ Factors. Global Cooling Has Now Begun.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFour climate scientists assert (1) the last ~130 years of temperature changes fit “perfectly” into statistical indices of natural variation, and (2) a long-term deep cooling of the Earth system has recently commenced. Image Source: Mao et al., 2019 An analysis published in the journal Atmospheric and Climate Sciences by 4 climate scientists reveals the 1880-2013 […]

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Sun As Main Driver: Japanese Scientist Cites 7 Major Examples How Real Climatic Data Contradict AGW Claims

Sun As Main Driver: Japanese Scientist Cites 7 Major Examples How Real Climatic Data Contradict AGW Claims

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kyoji Kimoto kyoji@mirane.co.jp 1. Warmer period of the 1930s In 1998 D. Dahl-Jensen et al. pointed out in the journal Science that the 1930s is 0.5°K warmer than the present time based on a bore-hole study of Greenland ice sheet. The following data support D. Dahl-Jensen’s findings, from Soon 2012. Also heat waves were […]

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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

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn 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 […]

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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!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGlobal 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 […]

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Current Solar Cycle The 3rd Quietest In More Than 250 Years Of Observation

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe sun in November 2018 By Frank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated by P Gosselin) Our sun was also very much less active in November than normal, comparing all solar cycles 1-23 up to month no. 120 since since the beginning of the systematic survey in 1755, the first year of solar cycle 1.The […]

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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’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe 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, […]

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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

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn 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 […]

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Another Climate Scientist Finds A 'Robust Solar Signal on Climate' With Solar-ENSO 'Phase-Locking'

Another Climate Scientist Finds A ‘Robust Solar Signal on Climate’ With Solar-ENSO ‘Phase-Locking’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPublishing her work in a new peer-reviewed scientific textbook, Dr. Indrani Roy, a solar and climate scientist, has determined there is a “robust solar signal on climate” with observational results affirming the solar signature on sea surface temperature and annual mean air temperature. Roy, 2018 Solar Influence Around Various Places: Robust Solar Signal on Climate “This […]

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Scientists: Solar Forcing Will ‘Dampen’ Global Temperatures In 2030-2040 – ‘Only 1.1 K’ Warming By 2100

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn two new papers, scientists affirm a strong connection between solar activity and the Earth’s climate, as temperatures are said to be 3 times more sensitive to solar forcing than CO2 forcing.  With the advent of  a grand minimum in the coming decades, a consequent “dampening” of temperatures (and slowing of sea level rise) […]

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Scientists Have Found The 'Missing Link' From Sunspot Activity To Cosmic Rays-Clouds To Climate Change

Scientists Have Found The ‘Missing Link’ From Sunspot Activity To Cosmic Rays-Clouds To Climate Change

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHailed as ‘the last piece of the puzzle’ in codifying our understanding of the mechanism(s) that cause climate changes, scientists are increasingly turning to Sun-modulated cosmic ray flux and cloud cover variations as the explanation for decadal- and centennial-scale global warming and cooling.  In other words, climate changes are increasingly being attributed to natural […]

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Solar Activity Flat Lines...Cycle 24 Weakest In 200 Years...Link To Recent Northern Hemisphere Ice Rebound?

Solar Activity Flat Lines…Cycle 24 Weakest In 200 Years…Link To Recent Northern Hemisphere Ice Rebound?

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAs the current solar cycle nears an end, it will go down as the weakest in close to 200 years. And as inhabitants of the northern hemisphere dig themselves out of an especially icy and snowy winter and Arctic sea ice rebounds, it may all be in part linked to low solar activity as […]

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Top Climate Scientist: CO2 Model Assumptions “Invalid”…”Natural Climatic Variations Dominate”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe addition of an esteemed Norwegian climate scientist to the London-based GWPF will help bring some sobriety back to a science that has all too often been immersed in alarmism. The London-based Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) recently announced Professor Ole Humlum of Norway was joining its Academic Advisory Council. This brings another persuasive […]

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Ex-NOAA Climate Scientist: 'No Role Of  CO2 In Any Significant Change Of The Earth’s Climate'

Ex-NOAA Climate Scientist: ‘No Role Of CO2 In Any Significant Change Of The Earth’s Climate’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSolar Magnetic Field, Cosmic Rays/Clouds → Climate CO2 Has A ‘Zero Net Effect’ Dr. Rex J. Fleming, a former  NOAA climate scientist who earned both his Master’s and Ph.D in meteorology, has published a new paper in the Environmental Earth Sciences journal that details the lack of an identifiable causal relationship between CO2 concentration changes and Earth’s temperature changes.  […]

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A Teetering Consensus: 97 New Papers Amassed In 2018 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Science Unsettles Image Source: Robertson and Chilingar, 2017 In just the first 8 weeks of 2018,  97 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 […]

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IT'S-THE-SUN Climate Science Steamrolls Into 2018

IT’S-THE-SUN Climate Science Steamrolls Into 2018

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Share this…FacebookTwitter‘Strong Influence Of Solar Activity’ On 1850s-2014 Ocean Temperatures, ‘Small Contribution From CO2’ According to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (UN-IPCC) and computer modeling, the Sun’s role in modern-era climate change checks in at somewhere slightly above nothing. Image Source: IPCC AR5 (2013) And yet it is increasingly evident that more and more scientists across […]

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3 New (2018) Papers Link Modern Warming And Past Cooling Periods To High, Low Solar Activity

3 New (2018) Papers Link Modern Warming And Past Cooling Periods To High, Low Solar Activity

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Graph Source: Herrera et al., 2015 Graph Source: Russell et al., 2010 1.  Oliva et al., 2018 Cold period during 1645–1706 (Maunder solar minimum).  Cold period during 1810–1838 (Dalton solar minimum).  Warm period during the mid-20th and 21st centuries (modern solar maximum).   LIA  [Little Ice Age] was characterized by a cold phase having […]

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2 New Papers Indicate Modern Climate Still In A 'Colder Stage', Modulated By Solar Activity, ENSO

2 New Papers Indicate Modern Climate Still In A ‘Colder Stage’, Modulated By Solar Activity, ENSO

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Graph from Perner et al. (2018) that shows modern-day Arctic sea ice (furthest left navy trend line) is still only slightly lower than during the Little Ice Age (LIA), and much more extensive (more ice) than during the Medieval Climate Anomaly (MCA), Roman Warm Period (RWP), and nearly all of the last 7,000 years. Song […]

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

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Share this…FacebookTwitter‘Consensus’ Science Takes A Hit In 2017 During 2017,  485 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 question the efficacy of climate models or the related “consensus” positions commonly endorsed by policymakers and mainstream media. These 485 […]

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