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As Germany Cools, Projections Of Warming Heat Up

As Germany Cools, Projections Of Warming Heat Up

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) has a story on the German Weather Service, and temperature trends for Germany, which are a good indicator for Central Europe. A few days ago the Deutscher Wetterdienst, DWD, (German Weather Service) in a press release warned that Germany’s temperature were likely to rise 2 to 4°C […]

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Der Spiegel On Monnett – Shoddy Scientist Who Is A Victim Of An Intrigue

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNow that the science behind the threat of polar bear extinction has fallen to pieces too, it’s worth looking at how the German elite media has approached the story, at least those who have not chosen to ignore the inconvenient embarrassment altogether, as most have done. Der Spiegel, to their credit, has given the story […]

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Germany’s 2011 Summer Will Be On August 2 From 1:30 PM Until 3:30 PM

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Reader Bernd Felsche has a public service message for those of us living in Germany: Summer in Germany this year will be on August 2, 2011, from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. A whole 2 hours. Sorry, but that’s all that’s in store for summer in Germany this year. Germany over the last weeks has […]

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Threat To Coral Reefs Exaggerated, Says New Study

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Some scientists and media have gotten much attention claiming that the world’s coral reefs could disappear in as little as 20 to 30 years – all because of humans consuming fossil fuels and whatever. Now the Financial Times Germany reports on a study that claims this is all exaggerated. The world’s largest coral reef off the […]

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2000 Years Of Mega Extreme Weather Events (When CO2 Was Only 280 PPM

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhat follows are just a couple of examples from James A. Marusek’s A Chronological Listing of Early Weather Events (may take a few minutes to load). This is an oustanding work that the warmists’s will not want you to see. (Hat tip reader Ron de Haan). 585 A.D. “Western Europe was so rainy, that […]

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South America Gripped By Brutal Winter

South America Gripped By Brutal Winter

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman climate blog Readers Edition here has been keeping an eye on the winter in South America. While much of the news has been buzzing about the “record heat wave” hitting the US last week (a whopping 0.4% of the stations reported record highs! /sarc), Europe and South America for example are being left out […]

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Climate Change A US Political Issue More Than 200 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHere’s a must read. German blogsite Ökowatch here brings our attention to a report appearing in the Smithsonian: America’s First Great Global Warming Debate. Even Thomas Jefferson was worried about man-made climate change. The Smithsonian writes: The date was 1799, not 1999—and the opposing voices in America’s first great debate about the link between human […]

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Summer Blogging Break

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Share this…FacebookTwitterEven with all the global warming we are supposedly having, summers are still too short. So I’m taking a few days off to enjoy some time outside. Back early next week! Here’s something to watch in the meantime (h/t Andrew Bolt): Share this…FacebookTwitter

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Economics Professor: “Germany’s Energy Transition Is Going To Be Very Expensive”

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Share this…FacebookTwitter German leaders seem to have a habit of driving their country into a wall. This time it’s their desire to show environmental supremacy. Many really do believe they are powerful enough to control the climate and at the same time defy the laws of economics. The European Institute For Climate And Energy (EIKE) has a […]

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CERN Clouds Climate Science – Confirms It Is “Highly Political”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPeople are discussing the instructions made by CERN Head Rolf-Dieter Heuer not to interpret the results of the CLOUD experiment on cloud formation, read here. What follows is a translation of the relevant text in the article that appeared in DIE WELT here. Welt Online: Also the results of the so-called Cloud experiment are being […]

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German Geology Professor Rejects Claim Of Accelerating Sea Level Rise

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Germany’s leading political daily the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) published an open letter written by geology Professor Dr. Friedrich-Karl Ewert rejecting the claims made by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) that sea level rise is accelerating. The open letter is now available at the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE), read here (part after […]

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Der Spiegel: Projecting Sea Levels Has Become "A Bazaar - Who Can Bid The Most?"

Der Spiegel: Projecting Sea Levels Has Become “A Bazaar – Who Can Bid The Most?”

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Just call it bazaar science. The projection of sea levels has become quite the political football. So much hinges on the projections. Der Spiegel in an article titled IPCC haggles over data for sea level rise writes that 146 million people live in areas 1 meter or less above sea level. Tens of billions of […]

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