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Literature Review: Obama Administration’s Sea Level Rise Far Remote Of Mainstream Science. Natural Variability Unaccounted For!

Share this…FacebookTwitterU. of Southampton: We won’t know whether or not sea level is accelerating until 2020-2030. Mojib Latif: models must first take natural variability much more into account By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated and edited by P Gosselin) Forecasts have long since fascinated man. There’s something mystical about looking into the […]

German Media Silent On Planned Parenthood’s Dealings With “Unviable Tissue”, Süddeutsche Bemoans “Attack Campaign”

Share this…FacebookTwitterO/T I’ve been waiting patiently for the German media to react to the explosive undercover video of a Planned Parenthood (PP) director, Deborah Nucatola, rolled by the Center for Medical Progress. Warning – not easy to watch for people who even have just an inkling of compassion or any sense of humanity: Sadly all this […]

Central Germany's Devastating Freak Flood of 1965...Back When CO2 Was Only 320 ppm.

Central Germany’s Devastating Freak Flood of 1965…Back When CO2 Was Only 320 ppm.

Share this…FacebookTwitterOnline weather site here today writes about the devastating Heinrichflut (Heinrich Flood) of 1965, back when CO2 was only 320 ppm, well below the often claimed “safe” level of 350 ppm that some alarmists like to have us think would bring us much less extreme weather. Worst flood in the region’s collective memory […]

“Alarming Results” From Fraunhofer Institute Study On Grid Overloading From Wind, Solar Power…Crippled Cities

Share this…FacebookTwitterAs Germany piles on more sporadic energy from wind and solar into its power grid, stability concerns are growing. Increasingly volatile energies like wind and sun are turning out to be more of an expensive nuisance rather than a benefit. Researchers at the Germany-based Fraunhofer-Instituts für Optronik, Systemtechnik und Bildauswertung, Institutsteil Angewandte Systemtechnik (IOSB-AST) […]

German Geologist: “Sea Level Rise Lagging Behind Projections” …No Detectable Acceleration!

Share this…FacebookTwitterOver the last couple of days at their Die kalte Sonne blog Geologist Dr. Sebastian Lüning and professor of chemistry Fritz Vahrenholt have focused their attention on sea level rise. On Monday they wrote a piece titled: “Sea level rise lagging behind expectations: Now only ‘data massaging’ helps“. In their post the two authors […]

Professor Blasts German Renewable Energy Policy! “Based On Naivety, Ignorance, Ideology, Illusions, False Incentives”!

Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s online business news magazine WirtschaftsWoche (business week) here has an interview with Professor Gonde Dittmer (right), who claims Germany’s transition to renewable energies so far has been a grand failure. The title of the WirtschftsWoche piece: “Doubts over the government’s climate policy. The true aim of the Energiewende is not environmental protection.” An illusion…not a […]

Cold Realities Of The DWD German Weather Service’s Warmed Up Press Releases

Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s DWD National Weather Service has developed a nasty habit of putting out warmed up press releases for announcing monthly mean data, and then later very quietly revising the data downwards. Result: the public believes that warming is happening when in fact there really isn’t any. German skeptic site wobleibtdieglobaleerwaermung (whereistheglobalwarming) writes a post titled: “What’s […]

Fools Exposed, Climate Science Humiliated …2008 Predictions For 2015 Totally Wrong!

Share this…FacebookTwitterWhat follows is something that should make anyone who makes dramatic predictions that ends up being totally wrong blush with embarrassment, and feel like a real fool. =============================== By Sebastian Lüning and Fritz Vahrenholt, Die kalte Sonne [Translated by P Gosselin] In 2008 US broadcaster ABC News had a show on the climate danger. […]

Mid-July Frost Surprises Central Europe This Morning!

Share this…FacebookTwitterAfter the European heat wave of last week, the pendulum has swung to the other extreme. Currently the weather pattern dominating Central Europe is bringing unusually cold air over the continent, and early this morning regions in a number of countries were hit by ground surface frost. Parts of Belgium, Luxemburg, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and […]

Woman Who Ignored CONSENSUS “Nutritional Guidelines For Good Health” Turns 116!

Share this…FacebookTwitterI can hear it already. Like the climate activists who now deny there was a global cooling scare 40 years ago, in 10 years time or so we’ll be hearing the media and all the proponents of the low-fat/high carb diet claiming that this too was never a consensus. Remember how eating saturated fats was supposed […]

South Polar Ice Age: Stations Show "Dramatic" Antarctic Peninsula Cooling Since 1998, Sea Ice Surge

South Polar Ice Age: Stations Show “Dramatic” Antarctic Peninsula Cooling Since 1998, Sea Ice Surge

Share this…FacebookTwitter[Sticky post…new articles follow after this one.] ===================================== By Ed Caryl This is a follow-up to the article AWI’s Sloppy Antarctic Peninsula Science…Overlooked GISS Temperature Data, Snowfall Amounts. The reality is that the situation at the South Pole is worrisome. Ocean around Antarctica markedly colder since 2006… It is difficult to believe that global […]

NOAA's Data Debacle ...Alterations Ruin 120 Years Of Painstakingly Collected Weather Data

NOAA’s Data Debacle …Alterations Ruin 120 Years Of Painstakingly Collected Weather Data

Share this…FacebookTwitter“O, what a tangled web we weave, When we first practice to deceive.” – Walter Scott ============================ By Michael Brakey, New Gloucester, Maine Part 2/2 As an energy consultant, I have been implementing energy efficiency improvements over the past six years to help transform our very inefficient log cabin home in New Gloucester, Maine […]

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