650 km Wintertime Trip With VW E-Car Took 13 Hours, 3 Recharges And Lots Of Warm Clothes

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Consumers’ expectations for e-cars are still unrealistic…can’t hold a candle to conventional combustion engine vehicles.

When it comes to performance parameters like fuel consumption, car manufacturers’ brochures often boast figures that in reality are only possible under really ideal conditions. But rarely are such conditions the case in real life. The result: disappointed consumers.

The VW Up. Image cropped from VW.

Electric cars are notorious for their limited range and need of constant recharging – factors that are often overestimated by buyers. Recently German auto reporter Lisa Brack put her brand new electric car through a long distance, wintertime test. The result was hardly thrilling.

“The result is sobering – she saves time by consistently freezing,” reported the German kreiszeitung.de here, on Ms. Brack’s test.

13 hours of driving and charging

Ms. Brack and EFAHRER.com conducted the long-distance test on her new VW e-Up by driving it from VW in Wolfsburg, where she had picked it up, to her home in Munich.

The 650 km trip would normally be done easily in less than 7 hours with a conventional diesel engine car (assuming no traffic jams) and without the need to stop to refuel. But for Brack in her new VW e-Up vehicle, the trip needed almost 13 hours – a time the kreiszeitung.de describes as “appalling”. Numerous hassles were encountered.

No heating

After being handed her new car from VW in Wolfsburg, she departed for Munich at 2:45 p.m. The subfreezing weather was a  major drawback for the VW e-car. According to the kreiszeitung.de, “the heating stayed off for almost the entire journey in freezing temperature” in order not to draw down the battery battery so quickly. This meant that to survive the trip, Brack had to take along a generous supply of “hats, scarves, gloves and generally warm clothing” and hope to find enough CCS charging stations along the way. Without these charging stations, getting the batteries charged up would take much longer.

In total she needed three charging stops.

Reached destination at 3:30 – in the morning!

It was 3:30 in the morning by the time Brack reached her destination in Munich, half frozen to death.

According to the kreiszeitung.de, she made the crucial mistake of charging up to seldom and wasted much time charging the batteries to 100% instead of 80% (the last 20% take the longest). “Charge faster, accept a little less range and charge again earlier – but again faster.”

“One more charge alone would have saved 1.5 hours,” she commented.

“As it was, however, the trip turned into a long winter excursion that she will not soon forget,” reported the kreiszeitung.de.

Expectations too high

The experience shows electric vehicles, though practical for short trips, still have a long way to go before they can keep up with today’s modern diesel and gasoline engines. Studies also show that e-cars off very little, if any, lifetime CO2 savings.




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Scotland’s Fully Vaccinated Now Twice As Likely To Be Infected And 50% More Likely To Die

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Multiple studies affirm negative vaccine effectiveness against the COVID-19 Omicron variant. Now there is evidence full vaccination is negatively affecting death rates.

In February, 2021, the Big Pharma-endorsed claim that the new mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are 95% effective against infection with COVID-19 was wholly adopted by governments across the world.

What did the falsely advertised (with no liability) claim of 95% vaccine effectiveness actually mean? Per The Lancet, it meant out of 100,000 vaccinated individuals, there would be just 50 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

Image Source: Olliaro, 2021

Fast forward 11 months. Public Health Scotland now reports that instead of the advertised 50 cases it is now (25 December to 7 January) ~2,700 cases per 100,000 fully vaccinated (2 doses) individuals. This vaccinated rate is more than 2 times the rate for the unvaccinated, ~1,100 per 100,000, reported during this same 2-week period.

Image Source: Public Health Scotland

Age-standardized hospitalization and death rates are now (25 December to 7 January) more than 50% higher in the fully vaccinated than in the unvaccinated.

During the first week in January, there were 59 hospitalizations per 100,000 in the unvaccinated versus 130 hospitalizations per 100,000 in the fully vaccinated.

Image Source: Public Health Scotland

From 25 December to 7 January, there were about 3.5 deaths per 100,000 in the unvaccinated versus nearly 7 deaths per 100,000 in the fully vaccinated.

Image Source: Public Health Scotland

None of this should be surprising. The vaccines’ negative effectiveness (i.e., the 2-dose vaccinated are more likely to be infected with COVID-19) against Omicron has now been affirmed in studies in Ontario, California, Denmark, the UK (Buchan et al., 2022, Tseng et al., 2022Hansen et al., 2022, UK Health Security Agency).

In Ontario, “…receipt of 2 doses of COVID-19 vaccines was not protective against Omicron infection at any point in time, and vaccine effectiveness was -38% 120-179 days and -42% 180-239 days after the second dose.”

Image Source: Buchan et al., 2022

In California, vaccine effectiveness against Omicron is “0.0% after 180 days.”

Image Source: Tseng et al., 2022

Within 91 to 150 days after receiving the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA shots the vaccine effectiveness against symptomatic infection with the Omicron variant is decisively negative, -76.5% and -39.3%, respectively, in Denmark.

Image Source: Hansen et al., 2022

The UK government COVID data compiled between 27 November and 17 December show a similarly disappointing pattern in an analysis of 68,489 Omicron cases.

Vaccine (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca) effectiveness against Omicron hovers around 40-60% during 5-9 weeks after the second dose, but then effectiveness rapidly declines to 0% and below (-5% to -15%) by weeks 20-24.

Image Source: UK Health Security Agency
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Tony Heller Exposes How The Earth’s Climate Was Riddled With Extremes 100 Years Ago

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In the following video, Tony Heller exposes what a fraud the “climate crisis” of today really is.

Those demanding we completely overhaul our liberal socio-economic system and play risky socialist experiments on it because of the “man-made climate crisis” are political snake-oil salespeople.

As Tony shows, extremely devastating weather events are nothing new and were common also in the past.

The only thing that has gotten worse is how people are behaving nowadays.

Interesting is how one French scientist was able to make predictions of natural disasters using what he knew about solar activity over 100 years ago.

Enjoy his latest video.




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LARGE VOLCANIC ERUPTION…VEI=5 …ASH UP TO 20,000 METERS…POSSIBLE CLIMATIC IMPLICATIONS

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The Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai volcano, southeast of Fiji, erupted in spectacular fashion, unleashing tsunamis, shock waves and sending a plume of ash and gas up to 20,000 meters into the atmosphere.

It’s likely to be the largest eruption on the planet in 30 years. 

The volcano sits on an uninhabited island about 65 kilometers north of the Tongan capital, Nuku’alofa.

Already preliminary estimates rate the eruption to have a VEI = 5, putting it on par with Vesuvius (79 A.D.) or Mt. St. Helens (1980), but smaller than Pinatubo (1991).

May cool the atmosphere 

Satellite images show a plume of ash, steam and gases with a diameter of 5 km rising 20,000 meters into the air, meaning there will be some climatic impact, at least in the southern hemisphere over the first half of 2022.

Sulfur dioxide emitted by eruptions reacts with water to form droplets of sulfuric acid, which then condense to form sulfate aerosols. These aerosols reflect sunlight away from Earth’s surface and act to cool the Earth’s lower atmosphere.

A volcanic explosivity index (VEI) of 5 means over 1 cubic kilometer of ash and material gets thrown into the atmosphere, and the amount reaching the stratosphere is considered as “significant”. An eruption gets a VEI rating of “6” when more than 10 cubic kilometers gets injected into the atmosphere, as was the case with Pinatubo.

The BBC reports the eruption reportedly could be heard as far as New Zealand, 2,300 km away, and heard as “loud thunder sounds” at Fiji more than 800 km away.




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Spate Of High Performance Athletes Collapse With Heart Ailments…1200 Germans Seek Compensation

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We’ve been hearing about it: dozens of high performance athletes collapsing on playing fields, some dying, after suffering heart problems. This is has led to concerns about mRNA vaccine safety and the spike proteins they render.

Just recently there’s been a fresh spate of reports of athletes having suffered heart-related ailments and as a result have been sidelíned. For some, it may mean the end of their careers.

Alphonso Davies

Today it was announced that Bavaria Munich Bundesliga star player Alphonso Davies has temporarily stopped training after being diagnosed with “mild myocarditis”, an inflammation of the heart muscle.

Davies, as is the case with most of the squad, had been immunized and boostered, but then tested positive for COVID 19. Though Davies and his teammates did not get sick with Covid, they have to be quarantined as healthy people because of positive tests.

Bavaria Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann told a news conference Friday that “the problem was detected in the follow-up examination that all players who have had COVID undergo.” Davies will be sidelined indefinitely.

Marathon runner Fabienne Schlumpf

In Switzerland, world class marathon runner Fabienne Schlumpf also has been sidelined for several weeks “due to heart muscle inflammation”, reports Blick.ch.

Shortly before Christmas, she was diagnosed with myocarditis, “for no known reason,” Fabienne Schlumpf posted.

It is unclear if she will be able to do sports again, Blick.ch reports.

According to the “Tages-Anzeiger”, she had been vaccinated and boosted.

Three players with “chest pains”

Online site Free West Media reported three players had dropped out of the Australian Open with “chest issues.” The Australian Open has been swirling with controversy as authorities hindered no. 1 ranked player Novak Djokovic over concerns about his vaccination status. But now it appears that three vaccinated players have been impacted.

Heart attack

And just recently Germany’s Bild.de here revealed: “During a match in Qatar, Ousmane Coulibaly (32) suddenly collapses on his own goal line. The central defender had suffered a heart attack.” Thanks to the rapid application of first aid, his life was saved. But his career is likely ended.

Time to admit failure

The Rio Times reports that Professor Ehud Qimron, head of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Tel Aviv University –a leading  leading Israeli immunologists — has written an open letter sharply criticizing the Israeli – and indeed global – management of the coronavirus pandemic. “It is time to admit failure.”

1200 Germans seeking compensation for health damages

Finally, German ZDF public television reported that 1200 Germany are now seeking compensation for damages they believe resulted from vaccines.

“Since the start of the vaccination campaign against the coronavirus, at least 1,200 applications have been made nationwide for state care benefits following possible vaccination damage,” writes the ZDF.

That figure, compared to the number of vaccines administered so far, may appear small, but it is likely just the tip of an iceberg.




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Nearly 140 Scientific Papers Detail The Minuscule Effect CO2 Has On Earth’s Temperature

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We have updated our “Extremely Low CO2 Climate Sensitivity” scientific paper list with new papers added from 2021 and some newly discovered papers from the past.

As of 2016 this list had only 50 papers on it (as indicated by the web address). In less than 6 years the list has grown to 137 (as of today).

Click on the link for the full list.

135+ Papers Find Extremely Low CO2 Climate Sensitivity

A few of the sample papers are shown here.

Coe et al., 2021 (2XCO2 [400 to 800 ppm] = 0.5°C)

The HITRAN database of gaseous absorption spectra enables the absorption of earth radiation at its current temperature of 288K to be accurately determined for each individual atmospheric constituent and also for the combined absorption of the atmosphere as a whole. From this data it is concluded that H2O is responsible for 29.4K of the 33K warming, with CO2 contributing 3.3K and CH4 and N2O combined just 0.3K. Climate sensitivity to future increases in CO2 concentration is calculated to be 0.50K, including the positive feedback effects of H2O, while climate sensitivities to CH4 and N2O are almost undetectable at 0.06K and 0.08K respectively. This result strongly suggests that increasing levels of CO2 will not lead to significant changes in earth temperature and that increases in CH4 and N2O will have very little discernable impact.


Schildknecht, 2020 (2XCO2 = 0.5°C)

Based on new radiative transfer numerical evaluations, we reconsider an argument presented by Schack in 1972 that says that saturation of the absorption of infrared radiation by carbon dioxide in the atmosphere sets in as soon as the relative concentration of carbon dioxide exceeds a lower limit of approximately 300 ppm. We provide a concise brief and explicit representation of the greenhouse effect of the earth’s atmosphere. We find an equilibrium climate sensitivity (temperature increase ∆T due to doubling of atmospheric CO2 concentration) of ∆T ≃ 0.5°C. We elaborate on the consistency of these results on ∆T with results observationally obtained by satellite-based measurements of short-time radiation-flux versus surface-temperature changes. … The absorption reaches values close to 100% for a realistic CO2 content of 0.03%, it is concluded that any further increase of (anthropogenic) CO2 cannot lead to an appreciably stronger absorption of radiation, and consequently cannot affect the earth’s climate. … [T]he effect of an anthropogenic CO2 increase on the climate on earth is fairly negligible.


Easterbrook, 2016 

CO2 makes up only a tiny portion of the atmosphere (0.040%) and constitutes only 3.6% of the greenhouse effect. The atmospheric content of CO2 has increased only 0.008% since emissions began to soar after 1945.  Such a tiny increment of increase in CO2 cannot cause the 10°F increase in temperature predicted by CO2 advocates. Computer climate modelers build into their models a high water vapor component, which they claim is due to increased atmospheric water vapor caused by very small warming from CO2, and since water vapor makes up 90–95% of the greenhouse effect, they claim the result will be warming. The problem is that atmospheric water vapor has actually declined since 1948, not increased as demanded by climate models. If CO2 causes global warming, then CO2 should always precede warming when the Earth’s climate warms up after an ice age. However, in all cases, CO2 lags warming by 800 years. Shorter time spans show the same thing—warming always precedes an increase in CO2 and therefore it cannot be the cause of the warming.


Davis, 2017

The correlation between ΔRFCO2 and linearly-detrended T across the Phanerozoic Eon is positive and discernible, but only 2.6% of variance in T is attributable to variance in ΔRFCO2. Of 68 correlation coefficients (half non-parametric) between ΔRFCO2 and T proxies encompassing all known major Phanerozoic climate transitions, 75.0% are non-discernible and 41.2% of discernible correlations are negative. Spectral analysis, auto- and cross-correlation show that proxies for T, atmospheric CO2 concentration and ΔRFCO2 oscillate across the Phanerozoic, and cycles of CO2 and ΔRFCO2 are antiphasic. A prominent 15 million-year CO2 cycle coincides closely with identified mass extinctions of the past, suggesting a pressing need for research on the relationship between CO2, biodiversity extinction, and related carbon policies. This study demonstrates that changes in atmospheric CO2 concentration did not cause temperature change in the ancient climate.

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Finland’s Greens Welcome EU’s Classification Of Nuclear As “Sustainable”. Berlin “On The Wrong Track”

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While Germany recklessly continues to reject nuclear power – Finland welcomes it. 

The parliamentary group leader of the Finnish Greens Atte Harjanne thinks EU classifying nuclear energy as a sustainable energy source is right and in WELT AM SONNTAG (WAMS) he explains why his party has dropped its anti-nuclear stance and why he thinks Germany is on the wrong track in terms of energy policy.

German Grafenrheinfeld nuclear power plant. Finnish Greens think Germany is on the wrong track shutting down nuclear power. Photo: Avda – own work, CC BY-SA 3.0

Finnish Greens now welcome nuclear

The Finnish Greens used to be against nuclear energy, but today this is no longer the case. In 2020 they dropped their anti-nuclear stance because they now view it as a sustainable source of energy that makes it possible to get rid of fossil energy.

The German Greens, on the other hand, remain steadfast and refuse to allow nuclear power. Germany will be closing its last nuclear power plants in 2022. Coal plants will follow and be closed by the end of the 2030s. How the country will keep the lights on remains a mystery.

Nuclear is sustainable – very little waste

In the interview with WELT AM SONNTAG, Harjanne said nuclear power is sustainable and that the amount of waste “is very small compared to the huge amount of CO2-neutral energy that a nuclear power plant produces”. He also said Finland has solved the the problem of storing nuclear waste.

Wind and sun systems generate “problematic waste”. 

Harriane also noted, “The production of solar plants and wind turbines also generates problematic waste.”

On why the Finnish Greens have become so open to nuclear energy: “Our ultimate goal is to become CO2 neutral, and for that we want to exhaust all possibilities based on science. If the inclusion of nuclear energy is the quickest way to get us there, the end justifies this means.”

Finland to be carbon-neutral by 2035

Overall, Harjanne expects Finland to be carbon neutral already by 2035, while Germany will need until 2045, if not longer. “If Finland were to go the German way and shut down all nuclear power plants, it would also take us that long or longer.”

Berlin on the wrong track – dependent on imports

Harjanne is satisfied with the EU’s decision to classify nuclear energy as sustainable, telling WAMS it’s “a compromise” but at the same called the classification of natural gas, a fossil fuel, as sustainable “absurd” and said that Berlin “is on the wrong track” and Germany “is making itself dependent on imports”.

Rough transition for Germans

He added: “Getting out of nuclear and coal at the same time means a high demand for gas for a long transition period.”

Nice to see the Greens and politicians are not totally crazy everywhere, like they are in Germany.




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German Household Electricity Prices Reach New Record High In 2021…Share Of Green Electricity Falls!

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The German Association for Energy and Water Management (BDEW) recently presented the latest 2021 Energy Supply Annual Report as a PowerPoint presentation.

New record high price for electricity

In the presentation, slide no. 55 depicts the average household electricity costs in euro-cents per kilowatt-hour, for a home consuming 3500 kwh annually.

Electricity price [euro-cents] per kwh for average German household. Source: BDEW.

2021 saw a record price for households: 32.16 euro-cents per kilowatt-hour. It was the sixth year in a row with an increase. Electricity in 2021 costs double what it cost 20 years ago. Much of the price increase over the past two decades are the result of the EEG renewable energies feed-in act.

Share of green electricity falls from 46% to 42%!

Slide 36 shows two pie charts comparing the share of electricity coming from renewable energies for 2021 and 2020:

Only 42% of Germany’s electricity was generated by green energies in 2021. Source: BDEW .

Share of green electricity drops in 2021

It was a bad year for electricity generated by renewable energies like wind and sun. The chart above shows that the share of electricity generated by green energies fell from 46% in 2020 to 42% in 2021. Once again the majority of power was generated by the conventional sources of coal, nuclear and other fossil fuels.

2021 was also the first time in 22 years that the total power generation by green energies fell. In 2021, only 238 billion kwh of energy were produced compared to 250 billion kwh in 2020. In 2019, 241 billion kwh were produced.

Unstable power grid

Yet, this is not stopping Germany from moving ahead full speed to shut down a large number of conventional plants in the years ahead in a bid to go green. Experts are increasingly warning that Europe’s power grid is becoming increasingly unstable and that major blackouts are inevitable.

Large blackout in Berlin

Just two days ago, 90,000 households in Berlin went without electricity and heating for some 30 hours. Hot water supply was also interrupted.




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Coastal Land Area Is Expanding So Fast That ‘Catastrophic’ Sea Level Rise Cannot Keep Up

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Contrary to what would be expected with alarmingly high sea level rise rates, shorelines across the world are expanding rather than retreating into the sea.

A few months ago we highlighted an analysis of the post-2000 net expansion (from 1007.60 km² to 1069.35 km², or +6.1%) in coastal land area for 221 Pacific and Indian Ocean islands (Holdaway et al., 2021).

Over half of the net 21st century growth (39 km² of 62 km²) for these islands occurred in a span of just four years: 2013 to 2017.

Image Source: Holdaway et al., 2021

Notice the rapid shoreline changes in these satellite images of the coast of Lagos, Nigeria (Adeaga et al., 2021). The first (b) is from 2006. The second (c) is 2012. The last image (f) is 2020.

Between 2001 and 2020 the average regional net shoreline growth rate was +0.93 m/year. One area – Victorian Island – has had a mean shoreline change rate of +6.24 m/year.

Image Source: Adeaga et al., 2021

The current shoreline for Salerno City, southern Italy, has expanded seawards rather rapidly in recent centuries (Amato et al., 2020). If we track the relative location of the red “GS” dot from the below images we see that the 17th to 18th centuries (0.3 ka) had a shoreline >250 m further landward than 2016.

Image Source: Amato et al., 2020

During Roman times (~2200-1600 years ago), CO2 levels were about 265 ppm. Ephesus was then a thriving seaport city situated on the Aegean Sea.

Sea levels have fallen ~2-3 m in recent millennia, as more water is trapped on land as ice today.

The Ephesus harbor remains are now 9 km from the coast.

Image Source: ephesus.us and David Noel, Australia

A new study (Desruelles et al., 2021) details the history of Rue, a sea harbor town in the 12th and 13th centuries.

Today Rue sits ~6 km from the sea coast.

Evidence for the presence of Late Holocene dunes and sand can be found spanning from the Rue site to the current coastline. A 1579 map still had Rue nearly bordering the sea, suggesting that the retreat of the sea waters has been relatively recent.

Image Source: Desruelles et al., 2021

Scientists (Lee et al., 2021) have studied the history of Holocene coastal flooding along the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. Judging from the distance (km) metric in the legend, the study site (red circle) is located at least 50 km inland from today’s coast.

The authors determined sea levels during the Early to Middle Holocene (peaking ~6,000 years ago) were high enough that marine species and “abundant shell fragments” can be found at the study site, which means “sea levels reached the vicinity of the study area during this period.”

Image Source: Lee et al., 2021

Italy’s famous leaning-tower city, Pisa, used to be a bustling sea port just ~3,300 years ago. That was when sea levels were much higher than they are today.

As the seas retreated over the next millennia, Pisa was left sitting almost 4 km from the sea coast during the Roman Warm Period.

Today Pisa is located 9.7 km from the coast.

Image Source: romanports.org
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Lufthansa Has To Fly 18,000 Empty Flights Just To Keep Take-Off and Landing Rights! Huge Waste Of Energy

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Blackout News here reports on how one European carrier has to waste an outrageous amount of energy – just to be able to keep its take-off and landing rights.

Symbol photo: Source: Bobmil42 – own work, CC BY 3.0

According to Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr, Lufthansa has to operate 18,000 empty or almost empty flights in almost all other parts of the world during the pandemic, but not in the EU.

“Now he fears that this will also be the case in the summer flight schedule,” reports Black Out News. In a nutshell, the EU rules force airlines to operate pointless but highly costly flights.

Black Out News adds:

The EU rules on air traffic stipulate that airlines must acquire time slots in advance in order to be allowed to fly to airports in the EU. This creates fierce competition between the various airlines. In the EU, the “use it or lose it” rule applies. The rule stipulates that at least 80 per cent of the booked slots must be used by the airline in question. If this limit is not reached, the airline concerned loses all access to them.

In the initial phase of the Corona pandemic, the European Commission had briefly lowered the minimum utilization level to 25 per cent. Currently, a value of 50 per cent applies. However, according to the airlines, there are already many empty flights at this level. However, the EU Commission decided in December to raise the value to 64 per cent by March.

Germany is currently raising energy prices in a bid to get people to reduce CO2 emissions, yet airlines are wasting hundreds of tons of jet fuel just to keep their landing rights!

Germans pay among the highest energy prices globally, and such senseless policies are only going to add further costs.




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Using A Reference Period Outdated 30 Years, Germany’s DWD Weather Service Turns Cooling Into Warming

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By Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt
Die kalte Sonne
(Text translated, edited by P. Gosselin)

Globally, the deviation of the global mean temperature of the satellite-based measurements from the mean of period 1991-2020 rose slightly in December to 0.21 degrees Celsius. The mean temperature increase since satellite measurements began was 0.14 degrees Celsius per decade. The year 2021 was an average year compared to 2010 to 2020, with 0.134 degrees deviation from the thirty-year average. Six years since 2010 were warmer and 5 years were colder.

This is also true for Germany. But the German weather service gives a different impression

Chart: Dr. Roy Spencer

How the German DWD Weather Service turned cooling into warming in 2021  

In its press release on Germany’s weather in 2021, the German Weather Service writes: “The mean temperature [Germany] in 2021 was 9.1 degrees Celsius (°C), 0.9 degrees above the value of the internationally valid reference period 1961 to 1990. 2021 was thus the eleventh year in a row that was too warm.”

Why does the DWD use the internationally no longer valid 1961-1990 reference period? It writes itself elsewhere: “To record the climate and its changes, mean values are formed over a period of 30 years…With the end of the year 2020, the reference period for current climatological assessments was replaced by the 1991 to 2020 period.”

Fudging with the reference period

The DWD thus followed the World Meteorological Organization (WMO)recommendation. But in the press release, the DWD still prefers to use the old, outdated period. The 1991 to 202 0reference period differs from the one of 1961 to 1990 by 1.1 degrees. So the DWD should have written : “2021 was 9.1 degrees, 1.3 degrees cooler than 2020 and even -0.2 degrees Celsius below the average from 1991 to 2020. Since 1991 there have only been 9 years colder than 2021.”

But 0.9 degrees more and the eleventh year in a row that is too warm (compared to the colder period of 1961-1990) of course fits much better with the zeitgeist.

Read original in German at Die kalte Sonne




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Paul Ehrlich Institute Data: Death Rate From COVID mRNA Vaccines 21 Times Higher Than All Other Vaccines!

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German site Transparenztest.de has compared the figures for adverse events of COVID mRNA vaccines with other vaccines. The results are nothing less than frightening

Citing the figures in the current safety report of Germany’s renowned Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI) from December 23, 2021, Transparenztest.de found “frightening” results: “In the last eleven months, 4 times as many suspected adverse reaction reports and 4 times as many deaths in absolute numbers were reported for COVID vaccines alone than in the last 20 years for the totality of all vaccines used in Germany.”

Using the PEI’s latest updated figures, a total of 123,347,849 doses of COVID mRNA vaccine had been administered in Germany up to November 30th, 2021. Correspondingly 196,974 adverse drug reactions (ADR) were reported, of which 1,919 were deaths.

Meanwhile during the period of 2000-2020, some 625,500,000 doses of all other vaccines were given, of which there were only 54,448 ADRs, of which 456 were deaths.

18 times more ADRs per million

When one compares the ADRs per million doses, there were 18 times more ADRs per million doses for COVID mRNA vaccines than for all the other vaccines:

Transparenztest, Rohdaten PEI Sicherheitsbericht 23.12.21, DB-UAW Datenbank, Vergleich Covid Impfung vs. alle Impfstoffe 2000-2020 V-Nebenwirkungen je 1.000.000 Impfdosen, 04.01.22

Comparison of ADRs per million vaccine doses in Germany. Red = COVID mRNA vaccines up to November 30, 2021; blue = all other vaccines total 2000-2020. There’s an 18-fold more suspected cases with COVID vaccines compared to all other vaccines from 2000-2020. Chart: Transparenztest.de

Shocking ADR reports for deaths

When it comes to deaths from the mRNA vaccines, the results compared to all other vaccines are astonishingly shocking.

The following chart compares the COVID mRNA vaccine deaths per million doses in Germany to all other vaccines administered from 2000-2020:

Transparenztest, Rohdaten PEI Sicherheitsbericht 23.12.21, DB-UAW Datenbank, Vergleich Covid Impfung vs. alle Impfstoffe 2000-2020 V-Todesfälle je 1.000.000 Impfdosen, 04.01.22

Using the raw data from the December 23, 2021 PEI safety report, DB-UAW database, the above chart is a comparison of COVID mRNA vaccinations up to 30 Nov 2021 (black) vs all vaccines 2000-2020 (gray) in deaths per 1,000,000 vaccine doses. Chart: Transparenztest.de

In terms of presumed deaths per 1,000,000 vaccine doses, there are 21 times as many deaths with COVID vaccines as with all other vaccines vaccinated in Germany in the period 2000-2020. Expressed as a percentage, that is 2,200%.

Huge underreporting 

A meta-study by Hazell et. al suggested that the average of “underreporting” in ADR databases was 94%. And according to a PEI report, the rate of reported suspected cases may be as low as 5%.

Moreover, according to the FDA and CDC-operated VAERS vaccination database, the rate of reported cases is only 1%. The number of unreported cases is thus estimated at 99%. Deaths and injuries are extremely likely far more widespread.

Using the 95% figure for underreporting, Germany’s deaths from COVID mRNA vaccines thus would be 38,380 deaths. Note: this figure is only an estimate and an extrapolation based on underreporting.

Every booster more potentially lethal

Also extremely worrisome is that data show how the rate of ADRs rises with each COVID booster shot. The more boosters a patient takes, the greater the risk of suffering an ADR becomes.

Transparenztest.de also produced a chart showing the higher risk after a triple vaccination (booster), depending on the vaccination dose. What follows is a comparison of ADR reports: Deaths per 1,000,000 vaccine doses after triple vaccination (booster)

Transparenztest, Rohdaten PEI Sicherheitsbericht 23.12.21, DB-UAW Datenbank, Vergleich Covid Impfung vs. alle Impfstoffe 2000-2020 V-Todesfälle je 1.000.000 Impfdosen nach 3-fach Impfung, (Booster), 04.01.22

Transparenztest.de, raw data PEI safety report December 23, 2021, DB-UAW database. Comparison COVID mRNA vaccination (black) vs all vaccines 2000-2020 (gray) in deaths per 1,000,000 vaccine doses after triple vaccination, (booster). Chart: Transparenztest.de

Transparenztest.de summarizes:

The results are frightening. The difference factor to the other vaccinations increases by a factor of 43. With each additional vaccination dose (booster 4 / 5), the ratio worsens accordingly, or the risk of side effects resulting in death increases. The same applies, of course, to all other side effects.”




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