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German Public Television 1972 Projections For 2000

This is how ZDF German Public television envisioned how life in the year 2000 could appear back in 1972. Hat-tip Michael Miersch here. Part 1 (Youtube video): Living and going to work ( The first part shows a man named Mr B living in a futuristic, electronic apartment. In the year 2000 people have to work only […]

The Japan That Says No; Rejects Carbon Trading – “Major Setback”

Japan has decided to back out of carbon trading, likely from intense pressure from industry. This will no doubt disappoint many in organized crime, read here and here. According to the online Environmental Leader: A September survey of Japan’s largest business lobby group, found that 95% of companies surveyed oppose carbon trading, citing competition from countries like India […]

Coldest Swedish December In 110 Years – Contradicts Recent “Detailed” Projections Of Warm Winters

Sweden’s English language The Local has the following headline today: Coldest December in Sweden in 110 years The last few days of the year look to be very cold throughout Sweden, according to a forecast by the Swedish meteorological agency SMHI. This means that several parts of Sweden, including the southern region Götaland and eastern Svealand, will […]

Europol Arrests More Than 100 In Carbon Trading Fraud

!!! UPDATE: Read the Europol Press Release here !!! – Estimated 5 billion euros in damage for European taxpayers – Massive fraud involving criminal networks / Middle East Hat tip Reader Dirk H. Here’s more proof that trading of CO2 emission certificates is fraught with fraud and attracts seedy criminal organizations – all costing the consumers […]

Cooling seems to be the trend. Photo source: NOAA.

Global Cooling Consensus Is Heating Up – Cooling Over The Next 1 To 3 Decades

As winters get harsher and the snow piles up, more and more scientists are now warning of global cooling. Reader Matt Vooro has compiled a list (see below) of 31 prominent scientists and researchers who have words that governments ought to start heeding. UPDATE: Another one for the list – Professor Paar, from Croatia’s Zagreb […]

German Climate Professor Slams Climate Religion

Hat tip: Readers Edition. Michael Krüger at skeptic site Readers Edition brings our attention to an interview (in German) with skeptic scientist Professor Werner Kirstein of the Institute for Geography at the University of Leipzig on MDR German Public Radio. (Expect MDR to receive hellfire and brimstone for daring to air such blasphemy). In the interview […]

German Meteorologist: Expect More Cold Winters Ahead

German Meteorologist: Expect More Cold Winters Ahead

So forget the Met Office and PIK, who have proven themselves to be quite the laughing stocks. All that good money flowing into these institutions, and such rubbish coming out. Meteorologist Karsten Brandt of German weather service company provides us with an outlook for 2011 and the next 10 years ahead. Read here (in […]

Daily snow cover in Potsdam: Source:

The Ice Age Starts in Potsdam – Record December Snow Cover

Oh the irony! Potsdam is the home of the alarmist Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, headed by Professor Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber and Stefan Rahmstorf, who has been very busy lately trying to convince the rest of the world that the cold is due to the warming, at least that’s what his models are saying (now). Snowiest December […]

Wanted! Copyright Attorney To Split 50/50

Wanted! Copyright Attorney To Split 50/50

Anyone know a good copyright attorney interested in splitting awards 50/50? I wonder how many bloggers know what the symbol to the left means? Seems like there are some that don’t. No, it doesn’t mean Christmas! I really wish I didn’t have to write this. But I feel compelled to do so. I’ve been blogging 9 […]

Merry Christmas To All NTZ Readers And Visitors!

And that includes those of you who do not agree with me. Now here’s a humorous little clip that I think is a little relevant. It’s always a good idea to have quality data and analyses before deciding on and implementing precautionary measures. Have a good one, folks!

Questions From Warmist Wordsmith

I found this comment from a reader who calls him(her)self “wordsmith”, posted under my “Contact” sidebar. Because it’s Christmas Eve and things are a little hectic, I thought maybe some readers could give me a hand and help out this poor warmist. Here’s his(her) comment: It’s amazing to me when I hear Climate Change skeptics […]

PIK And GISS Bring Science To The Superstitions of The Little Ice Age. A Needed Lesson On Fear And Ignorance

Reader Bernd Felsche reminds us of this excellent post by Christoper Hitchens here, which is indeed worth bringing up again today, particularly in light of the dark closed minds that have lately attempted to claim that no matter what the weather does today, man is the culprit. An identical mindset infected so called leading intellectuals back during […]

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