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Global Cool-Down In The Works ...Latest U.S. Scripps Institute Data Indicate Super-Charged La Niña!

Global Cool-Down In The Works …Latest U.S. Scripps Institute Data Indicate Super-Charged La Niña!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMeteorologist Joe Bastardi at Twitter posted a chart from Scripps Oceanography Institute, which does put out some excellent work despite a fair amount climate science activism from a few of its scientists. According to the Weatherbell meteorologist, Scripps has forecast a La Niña under -2.0 over five consecutive month, as the following chart shows: […]

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Retired German Climate Scientist: "No Man-Made Signal Found" ..."Climate Protection A Dangerous Ideology"

Retired German Climate Scientist: “No Man-Made Signal Found” …”Climate Protection A Dangerous Ideology”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe website of the German Employers Association (DAV) has posted a comprehensive interview by Holger Douglas with physicist and climate scientist Prof. Dr. Horst-Joachim Lüdecke, concerning the role of CO2 on the world’s climate. Photo: Professor Horst-Joachim Lüdecke Lüdecke, who has authored numerous climate science publications in climate science journals, is sure that the role of […]

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The 85-Year "Pause"

The 85-Year “Pause”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Ed Caryl Yes, you read that right. There has been NO warming in 85 years. There are many surface land stations with records going back more than 100 years. Some records exist back to 1880 and earlier. GISS cuts the records off at 1880. There are many gaps in these records before 1930, […]

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Dutch Geologist Calls Climate Science A “Mass Hysteria” …”Historians Will Shake Their Heads In Disbelief”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBook review: “The Fable of a Stable Climate” By Dr. Hans Labohm (Edited/condensed by P. Gosselin) Gerrit van der Lingen has recently published a fascinating book, “The Fable of a Stable Climate, the writings and debates of a climate realist”. Most of the public information about the climate comes from scientists who studied the weather […]

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Unsustainable Folly: Cost Of Germany’s “Energiewende” To Soar To €31 Billion In 2016 Alone!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAccording to the Institute of German Business (IW) the cost of Germany’s once highly touted “Energiewende” (transition to green energy) will soar to a whopping €31 billion ($35 billion) in 2016 alone, thus further burdening the already ailing German consumer. Hat-tip: Gerti. That’s a huge sum of money for the country of 80 million citizens. So, […]

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Central Europe April 2016 Comes In Somewhat Cooler Than Normal …As Cold Lingers Into The Start Of May

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt’s early May and most of the oaks in northern Germany are just beginning to see their leaves come out. Spring has definitely arrived late this year. Fortunately that is about to change as warm temperatures are forecast for upcoming long holiday weekend. Germany’s DWD national weather service has published the preliminary weather results […]

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North Atlantic Heat Content Plunges… Meteorologist Warns Of “Serious Implications” On US Climate, Sea Ice!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPaul Dorian of the excellent weather science site Vencore Weather here brings us up to date on the latest on one of the most powerful natural cycles driving our North Atlantic climate: North Atlantic sea surface temperature (SST) cycles. Here I’ll sum up the main points. Of course do read the entire post at Vencore for […]

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