Sebastian Lüning and Fritz Vahrenholt of Die kalte Sonne site bring up an article that recently appeared in the German economics magazine: Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten (German Business News).
Logo of German economics magazine, who recently published a critical article on climate science here.
Media outlets in Europe are beginning to question all the global warming claims, especially as Central Europe reels from one of its coldest springs in living memory.
The article is dubbed: “Scientists have embarrassed themselves: climate change is not happening.”
The introduction of the report tells us:
Most climate models have falsely predicted global warming: Despite growing emissions of so-called greenhouse gases, temperatures are not rising. Snow in the winter is however a side-effect of global warming, climate scientists say.”
Have you noticed how it is getting increasingly difficult not to bust out laughing whenever “climate scientists” make statements? Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten continues:
Richard Tol of the University of Sussex said in Oslo that his impression is that temperatures have fallen over the last five years, Reuters reported.”
Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten then writes how scientists have been scrambling to explain the unexpected stop in warming, citing oceans eating up the heat or aerosols blocking out sunlight. But all this sounds rather unconvincing to Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten, which adds the following subtitle in the article:
Vertrauen in die Klima-Forschung erschüttert
Which in English translates to: “Trust in climate science has been shaken“. The online business magazine tells us:
The UN IPCC had to correct a report from the year 2007. The report had exaggerated the melting of the Himalayan glaciers, and even claimed that they could disappear completely by 2035.”
See how we’re all laughing again. So entertaining climate science has become.
But don’t let the cold fool you, Rajendra Pachauri insists. Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten writes:
Even though the IPCC admits to errors in their prognoses, says Pachauri: ‘The trend is clear.’ For the year 2016 to 2035 the IPCC projects that the temperatures will be 0.4°C to 1.0°C warmer than the two decades before 2005. Moreover, climate change may lead to rare phenomena – among them: it’ll snow more often in the wintertime, Pachauri said.”
Climate science has truly turned into comedy hour. I used to be able to read such reports in only a few minutes, but I’ve noticed I need more time lately because of all the laughing that climate scientists now generate. I don’t mind at all, though.
The Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten ends its report by writing that scientists are also claiming that a growing Antarctic sea ice is also a sign of global warming – through some weird melting-ice refreezing mechanism, which everyone is still trying to figure out.
A nice piece by the Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten.