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Study Shows Southwest Droughts Of The Past "Were More Severe, Persistent Than Any Of The Last 100 Years"!

Study Shows Southwest Droughts Of The Past “Were More Severe, Persistent Than Any Of The Last 100 Years”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe U of A Science News website has an interesting report on precipitation reconstructions using tree rings. The reconstruction goes back some 470 years in the Southwest, covering most of Arizona, western New Mexico and parts of northern Mexico. Arizona sunset. Photo credit: Saguaro Pictures, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Today when drought strikes, […]

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UEA CRU Lawyers Going After Tallbloke’s TalkShop

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRoger at Tallbloke’s Talkshop here has gotten a letter from CRU lawyers suggesting he not mess around with the recently released Climategate e-mails, which are accessible using a password. The CRU apparently is very concerned about personal data ending up in public, which is a legitimate, of course. Yet, we can’t help but think […]

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Berlin Sets 100-Year March Snow Record...High Profile German Meteorologist Turns Skeptic

Berlin Sets 100-Year March Snow Record…High Profile German Meteorologist Turns Skeptic

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Share this…FacebookTwitterUPDATE: Reader Chris Frey below comments that it’s only a 43-year record – not 100 years! Either way, it’s lots of snow. Today Focus magazine reports that Berlin has set a new record for the amount of snow on the ground in the month of March. The online news magazine writes: A 16-centimeter blanket […]

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Construction Of Warming-Obsessed PIK's New €17-Million Facility Gets Shut Down...By Frost, Cold, And Snow!

Construction Of Warming-Obsessed PIK’s New €17-Million Facility Gets Shut Down…By Frost, Cold, And Snow!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOther than NASA GISS, few institutes are as climate warming-obsessed as the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). To keep the global warming fear machine up and running in the future, it looks like the PIK is expanding its facilities (warning: at this PIK link there’s an atrocious translation to English). Hello? Anybody here? […]

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Prof. Mojib Latif Has Easter Egg In His Face...Tells Us A 1960s Climate Fib

Prof. Mojib Latif Has Easter Egg In His Face…Tells Us A 1960s Climate Fib

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOnce again German meteorologists are reminding us how the predictions of warm, snowless winters made in 2000 are turning out to be completely false, as Bild writes here, just when Germany gets socked by more snow and cold. A few days ago I wrote a post about Mojib Latif postponing warm winters by up […]

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Von Storch/Spiegel Slam “Climate Science Hijacked By Politicians Who Claim Decisions Are Without Alternatives””

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAxel Bojanowski has written a piece at the online Spiegel titled “Madness of the Do-Gooders” where he reviews Hans von Storch’s and Werner Krauss’s new book: “Die Klimafalle” (The Climate Trap), which has harsh words for climate alarmism. Many of the harsh words are aimed, not surprisingly, at Germany’s notoriously alarmist and catastrophe-obsessed Potsdam […]

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Warming Theory Doused!! World Leading Meteorologist: "Climate Is In Fact Warming Much Slower Than Anticipated"

Warming Theory Doused!! World Leading Meteorologist: “Climate Is In Fact Warming Much Slower Than Anticipated”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAlarmists take notice! Hans von Storch’s blogsite Klimazwiebel has a good excellent article written by one of the world’s leading meteorologists, Lennart Bengtsson, who writes that the alarmist hype needs to be toned down, and that the problem of energy be taken more seriously. Lennart Bengtsson, a warmist, is the former director of Germany’s Max-Planck […]

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Internationally Renowned IPCC Scientist Prof. Mojib Latif Now Postpones Warm Winters By Up To 100 Years!

Internationally Renowned IPCC Scientist Prof. Mojib Latif Now Postpones Warm Winters By Up To 100 Years!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterJust be patient. The warming is really coming. It’s just going to take a little longer than we first thought. After David Viner had made his now famous “Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past” claim in 2000, the always publicity-seeking Prof. Mojib Latif of Germany’s Max Planck Institute made sure to get […]

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Global Warming Has Peaked...Set To Switch To Cooling. "If You Look At History, This Is Easy To See"

Global Warming Has Peaked…Set To Switch To Cooling. “If You Look At History, This Is Easy To See”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Ed Caryl Is the world warming, cooling, or is the global temperature standing still? What does the future hold? Do past trends mean anything for the future? What period are we examining? For the purposes of this article, several short and long periods will be examined, 15, 150 and over 1000 years into […]

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Leading International Geologist Peter Ziegler: "Sun Is Driving Climate, Not CO2."

Leading International Geologist Peter Ziegler: “Sun Is Driving Climate, Not CO2.”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDr. Hans Labohm writes at the Dutch Standaard that one of the world’s leading geologists, Peter Ziegler of Switzerland, recently made a presentation on the factors driving climate. It’s not CO2, he said.  Peter Ziegler. Photo from Ziegler family archives. GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version. Labohm writes at the Dutch Standaard […]

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Who’s Mr. FOIA?

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Share this…FacebookTwitter220,000 plus climate e-mails are about to be unloaded by the mysterious Mr. FOIA. Who could he or she be? My feeling is that the authorities are going to find the identity of Mr. FOIA in lickety-split time. A manifesto is, after all, what revealed the Unabomber. These forensic language experts are really really […]

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Chinese Wind Turbine Torture

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Share this…FacebookTwitter“I thought ‘green energy’ – wonderful! We’re gonna help the environment. It’s going to be good for everybody.” Hat-tip DirkH Share this…FacebookTwitter

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