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New Paper: No Rise In Weather Extremes – Stable Over The Last 1000 Years!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterQuaternary Science Reviews has published a new paper: Combined dendro-documentary evidence of Central European hydroclimatic springtime extremes over the last millennium by authors Ulf Büntgen et al. See abstract here. Anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions and associated effects on the Earth’s climate system are supposed to be causing more frequent and severe weather extremes and […]

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Alfred Wegener Institute Deputy Director, Veteran Polar Scientist: “We Have A Light Cooling Trend”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterI really hate doing this, because I know that the poor scientist will probably be summoned to some office somewhere for an earful, or just suddenly disappear in some big ice crevice. We all know that in Germany terrible things happen to climate scientists (and journalists) and who don’t say the right things. Our […]

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Desperate Raymond Bradley Pleads With German Left-Wing, Alarmist Paper – “Hockey Stick Curve Is Robust”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThings are so bad for the warmists in the USA that they now have to hope that radical German papers will carry the day for them. This is really quite pathetic. Yesterday German left-wing online Die Zeit, a favourite among German “intellectuals”, attempted to bring the hockey stick back from the dead by granting washed-up […]

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Der Spiegel Slams IPCC Lead Author Rahmstorf: “Scandal Surrounds German Government Climate Advisor”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt appears the tactics of Stefan Rahmstorf are truly beginning to catch up with him. What goes around, comes around.H/t: Lubos Motl Der Spiegel today has a story on IPCC bigwig and ultra-alarmist Stefan Rahmstorf, who is also a lead scientist at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and elite member of the Hockey […]

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