Archives by date

You are browsing the site archives by date.

Meteorologist: Gulf Stream weakens to lowest level in five years...may bode ill for Europe's winter!

Meteorologist: Gulf Stream weakens to lowest level in five years…may bode ill for Europe’s winter!

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman meteorologist Dominik Jung has a commentary today at his wetternet.de site where he looks at the Atlantic Gulf Stream. The commentary is titled: “Is the Gulf Stream Now Losing Its Steam?” Over the last few days Central Europe has been enjoying almost summerlike temperatures as a weather system is drawing warm air from […]

Share this...
Viner Warming Fears Disappearing! Scots Now Fear Brutal Ice-Age-Like Winter Conditions More Than Terrorism

Viner Warming Fears Disappearing! Scots Now Fear Brutal Ice-Age-Like Winter Conditions More Than Terrorism

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Voice of Russia today has a report titled Scottish in fear of bad weather more than terrorism. At first I thought it was about just another twisted survey to give the impression that people fear global warming climate change and the extremes it’s supposedly brings. But when you actually read the report, you […]

Share this...
Spiegel Surprised By "Amazingly Robust", Record Antarctic Sea Ice - NASA's Walt Meier Bewildered, Can Only Speculate

Spiegel Surprised By “Amazingly Robust”, Record Antarctic Sea Ice – NASA’s Walt Meier Bewildered, Can Only Speculate

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterSpiegel, for the first time that I can recall, reports on how sea ice in Antarctica refuses to melt and has reached a new maximum record. Antarctica’s record level sea ice is troubling those who were earlier convinced of the global warming science. Slowly, reluctantly, they are beginning to realize that something is wrong […]

Share this...
Watershed...Leading German Business Weekly Declares IPCC Science A Failure: "Time For A New Climate Policy"

Watershed…Leading German Business Weekly Declares IPCC Science A Failure: “Time For A New Climate Policy”

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterDieter Dürand and Sven Titz write at Germany’s flagship business weekly Wirtschaftswoche (English: Business Week) that it’s high time for a new climate policy in the wake of the massive IPCC failures. Germany’s “Wirtschaftswoche” publishes unusually harsh article on IPCC science. Fear-driven science is a failure The authors write of scientists using “horror scenarios” to scare […]

Share this...

Greenpeace Activists Pawns Of A Gazprom Revenge Plot … Spiegel Warns That Holland Is “Losing Patience”

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterUpdated: 20 Oct 2013, 14:30 CET ======================================== New update: nofrakkingconsensus.com/look-again/ Greenpeace tweet from 17 September: “…we’ve got 4 boats in the water heading towards Gazprom’s Arctic rig. We’re going to try and stop the drilling.” ======================================== Online Spiegel today has an analysis by Benjamin Bidder and Christoph Seidler on the motives behind the detention of […]

Share this...

Young Arctic Sunrise Activist Denied Bail…Greenpeace Insists It’s The Moral Conscience, Truth Of The Planet

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe latest Greenpeace activist has been denied bail by a Russian court in the Arctic port city of Murmansk. The online Mail here features photos of a young Greenpeace woman-activist behind bars – the face of innocence. Greenpeace portrays itself as the moral and ethical conscience of the planet and insists it is simply an innocent […]

Share this...

Germany’s Green Energies Lead To Skyrocketing Electricity Prices – Feed-In Rates Increase More Than 10-Fold!

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterAlways more expensive, never cheaper– renewable energy feed-in tariffs to climb to 6.24 cents in 2014 By Rudolf Kipp, Science Skeptical (Translated, edited by P Gosselin) “Payments for renewable energy will cost each household on average about 1 euro per month – that’s as much as one scoop of ice cream.”  That’s what Jürgen […]

Share this...

Climatology Sees One Of The Greatest Scientific Reversals Of All Time – The Rise And Fall Of The Hockey Stick Charts

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Rise And Fall Of The Hockey Stick Charts By Michael Krüger, Science Skeptical Blog (Translated, condensed, edited by P Gosselin) The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was created in November 1988 by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and the World Organization for Meteorology (WMO). The main task of the UN Climate Framework  […]

Share this...
Greenpeace Accuses Russian Authorities Of Holding Activists As "Captives"

Greenpeace Accuses Russian Authorities Of Holding Activists As “Captives”

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterI watched the following  Greenpeace video clip of Camila Speziale, the youngest of the 30 Greenpeace activists. I really wonder if Greenpeace is getting the message at all. I found it peculiar that at the end of the video Greenpeace added the text (my emphasis): “Camila is one of the 30 activists taken captive […]

Share this...
Meteorologists Continue Foreseeing Harsh European Winter, "The Worst For Decades" + Greenpeace Update

Meteorologists Continue Foreseeing Harsh European Winter, “The Worst For Decades” + Greenpeace Update

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s online Bild newspaper here quotes German meteorologist Dominik Jung: “For the coming winter give a probability of 70:30% that it’s going to be a colder-than-normal winter.” Photo: SnowKing1, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported. Jung is not the only meteorologist forecasting a colder-than-normal winter. Bild also reports that also Michael Klein […]

Share this...
Nigel Lawson In Swiss Interview: Climate Alarmists "Are In Search Of A Reason To Explain Why They've Erred"

Nigel Lawson In Swiss Interview: Climate Alarmists “Are In Search Of A Reason To Explain Why They’ve Erred”

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterBritish politician, Nigel Lawson, former Chancellor of the Exchequer and Secretary of State for Energy, interviewed yesterday with the online Swiss daily Tagesanzeiger based in Zurich. He provides his views on climate change and energy policy. Photo right: Nigel Lawson, public domain photo A number of leading Swiss publications have recently expressed doubts over the […]

Share this...

International Experts: Greenpeace An “Extremist Organization” …”Often Uses Illegal Methods”…Now “Getting Its Due”…

Share this...

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Moscow Times here writes that a Russian court has denied the Greenpeace activists bail, and the prospect of spending a long time in a Russian prison is increasingly becoming a grim reality. But unlike in the past, Greenpeace is now also being sharply criticized worldwide. The English-language Voice of Russia aims harsh criticism at Greenpeace, writing […]

Share this...

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this. More information at our Data Privacy Policy

Close