Contact

Dipl.-Ing. Pierre L. Gosselin
e-mail: pierre.gosselin@t-online.de

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118 responses to “Contact”

  1. Ike
  2. Ike

    error, I meant this site:

    http://www.klima2011.net/

  3. Ed Caryl

    Pierre, I received the arctic temperature data. I’m still in Mexico, and my outbound email doesn’t work, which is why I’m replying this way. I will work on it next week when I get back to my computers.

  4. Bernd Felsche

    Survey: Opinions about Santa Claus … erm Climate Disruption … Climate Change … godangit! Global Warming

    For those of the Green Mountain
    http://app.fluidsurveys.com/s/climate/
    “THE MAIN PURPOSE OF THIS STUDY is to investigate Vermonters’ ideas and behavior concerning global warming.”

    Better hurry before they’re snowed under. 😉

  5. Michael Snow

    What Was Life Like In The Little Ice Age

    http://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/

  6. Bernd Felsche

    So much nonsense. I’m not surprised that you didn’t mention this one: http://www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/0,1518,800206,00.html

    Röttgen wants to equally ration personal CO2 emissions globally. What’s going to happen if you exceed your ration by being part of the global climate touring conference circus? You know; the circus full of clowns run by the UN-IPCC.

  7. Pål Brekke

    For those interested in the Sun and the Sun-Earth connection (+ Northern lights) my new popular science book has been released.
    Based on my lectures wile working at NASA Goddard Space Flights Centre as the SOHO Deputy Project Scientist.

    “Our Explosive Sun – A Visual Feast of Our Source of Light and Life”.

    Our Explosive Sun includes 143 color illustrations and photos of the Sun, several of which were made especially for the book and have never been published before. Additional material, available via Springer Extras, includes a large number of animations and video material. A PowerPoint presentation of the book is a useful resource for teachers.”

    More info, electronic version and sample pages:
    http://www.springer.com/astronomy/extraterrestrial+physics%2C+space+sciences/book/978-1-4614-0570-2?changeHeader

    http://www.amazon.com/Our-Explosive-Sun-Visual-Source/dp/146140570X/ref=sr_1_1_title_0_main?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1312879357&sr=1-1

    Best regards

    Pål
    http://www.amazon.com/Pål-Brekke/e/B005BJ4GGY

  8. PeterF

    Pierre, attached find 2 items to consider for your blog:

    1) http://www.welt.de/regionales/muenchen/article106426463/Planen-schuetzen-Zugspitzgletscher-vor-Sommersonne.html
    People are covering the Zugspitze with plastic tarpaulins to reduce snow melting from sun. Hilarious, since: the plastic is dirtier than the snow, hence melting will be faster (note picture 5/5), and “Wir können viel durch gesammelten Schnee schützen” i.e. a lot of snow was accumulated last winter …

    2) http://www.focus.de/immobilien/energiesparen/solaranlage-als-kriseninvestment-fast-neun-prozent-rendite-mit-solarstrom_aid_763450.html
    “Fast neun Prozent Rendite mit Solarstrom” on the basis of calculations from “Experten vom Europressedienst in Bonn”. But: the amortisation periods range from 13 – 19 years! While the calculations are not shown, this result is consistent with my own assessments, and mean that you are not even with the subsidies are making money unless the equipment is lasting for more than that many years. The internal rate of return in my onw calcs had been 2-3%, i.e. not much better than Tagesgeld.
    Good luck with your solar panels :-)

  9. Ike
    1. DirkH

      These guys also comment on climate change fraud and wind power on the coast, especially in bird reservations.
      http://www.wattenrat.de/

  10. Roger L.

    Hi Pierre,
    have a look at this … dendro, but interesting conclusions …

    http://www.nature.com/nclimate/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nclimate1589.html

    cheers
    Roger

    1. Aimee

      I’ve been surfing online more than three hours nowadays,
      yet I by no means discovered any attention-grabbing article
      like yours. It’s lovely price enough for me. Personally, if all web owners and
      bloggers made excellent content as you probably did, the internet will probably be much more useful
      than ever before.

  11. Roger L.
  12. Roger L.

    Another interesting study:
    http://www.pnas.org/content/110/6/2058

    cheers
    Roger

  13. igor

    P Gosselin,

    there is smthing fishy with your blog: more often than not when I post a comment it just disappear — just to appear later

    resulting in my posting same comment again, double posting, misunderstanding, hurt feelings, etc

    could you look at it? or am I doing smthing stupid?

    1. DirkH

      Relax. It’s wordpress’s built in black list of certain words. Happens to half my comments as well. Pierre fishes them out of the spam bin if he gets around to do it.

      1. igor

        Aha!

        thanx.

  14. Ike
  15. Peter C

    2 points re. website.

    The new social media share buttons obscure the text of the posts, both in Firefox and IE and is very irritating.

    Your Scafetta model link to WUWT is broken.

    Otherwise, keep up the good work!

    P

    1. DirkH

      try ctrl + or ctrl – to zoom the text.

  16. Ike

    Pierre, why don´t you have http://toryaardvark.com/ in your Blogroll?

    Ike

  17. Greeniewatch
  18. Ike

    Pierre, what do you think about this article?

    http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00703-006-0199-2

    Ike

  19. Bill Yarber

    Pierre, I’m a regular reader of your blog and appreciate news of what is happening in the climate wars in Europe and Germany. As a skeptic, I find your information encouraging. Looks like the German people, and to some extent the media and politicians, are finally waking up to the AGW sham. Danke, mein Deutsch is nicht genug für Deutsch lesen. Aber Ich spreche ein bißchen Deutsch.

    My wife and I will be in Copenhagen in early May (05/2-5/14). You mentioned you live in northern Germany. Any plans to be near Copenhagen during our brief stay? It would be a pleasure to meet you.

    An American fan.

    Bill Yarber

  20. Green Sand

    Hi Pierre, you may find the following of interest:-

    “Merkel Snubs Global Warming And Dumps The Solar Industry”

    http://euanmearns.com/merkel-snubs-global-warming-and-dumps-the-solar-industry/

    Puts some numbers on the effect of “Germany EEG or renewable energy law” fits with your:-

    “Merkel Snubs New York “Ban Ki-Moon” Climate Conference! … “Burying The Global Climate Agreement”!”

  21. oeman50

    Pierre, link to story about 50 million euros being used in west Afrcia for climate change:

    http://www.dailytrust.com.ng/daily/news/36744-germany-to-spend-50m-euros-on-w-african-climate-change-research

    Why not spend that on ebola mitigation instead of throwing it away on climate change?

  22. Kevin Hearle

    Hi the EIKE paper needs a full translation, I asked them and they sent what appears to be a computer generated translation which is unintelligible. My reasoning is that the paper needs to be distributed to policy makers as an example of the misrepresentation of the facts and blatant political agenda of the IPCC.
    Can you help. My science German of 1960 is failing me.
    PS really appreciate your view from the EU zone.
    Kevin

  23. Ike
  24. David Appell

    Can you give me an email address for Matti Vooro?

    I’d like to ask him about his global cooling prediction that did not come true:

    http://m.solarcycle25.com/?id=277

    You can write me at david.appell@gmail.com

    Thanks,
    David
    http://www.davidappell.com

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  26. Kevin Marshall (Manicbeancounter)

    Hi Pierre,

    I have been linking to your “Climate Scandals” as a useful source for bold predictions that have failed to come true. My contention is that this forms a criterion for evaluating whether climatology has anything meaningful to say about the world, and can be considered as a science. However, I think it is a bit unsporting to only linked to failures. There are bound to be one or two successes. Have asked a certain blogger to email his friends to find a few examples. I have only be looking at climate blogs for nine or ten years, so think they will struggle. I know you are an American, but in the English tradition of “helping the underdog” could you – or any of your readers – think of any predictive successes that the climate community can cling too?
    Any contributions gratefully received
    http://manicbeancounter.com/2015/04/26/attp-on-lombergs-australian-funding/

  27. Kevin Roeten

    Mr. Gosselin:

    I’ve tried to log-in numerous times, but I still need a user ‘id’. Please let me know the best way to do that. Thanks.

    Kevin Roeten
    106 Weston Place
    Asheville, NC 28803
    828-687-7369

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