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Revealed: IPCC Adds 0.3°C Of Phantom Warming Between 3rd, 5th Reports ... Met Office Removes 0.3°C From 1880s-1940s Warming

Revealed: IPCC Adds 0.3°C Of Phantom Warming Between 3rd, 5th Reports … Met Office Removes 0.3°C From 1880s-1940s Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn the IPCC’s 2001 third report (TAR), the total surface temperature increase for the 20th century was reported to be “about 0.6°C”. IPCC TAR (2001): “The global average surface temperature has increased over the 20th century by about 0.6°C.” This Met Office graph of global temperatures for 1860-2000 was included in the IPCC’s 2001 […]

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Weather Models Now Agreeing: Early WINTER BRUTALITY For Europe/Asia, With "Vicious" Conditions!

Weather Models Now Agreeing: Early WINTER BRUTALITY For Europe/Asia, With “Vicious” Conditions!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSeasonal forecasts are iffy. Right now, however, there are strengthening indicators showing winter brutality in the pipeline for Europe rushing at us like an express train. Don’t let the current relatively benign autumn conditions fool you. I’ve been following all of this over the past couple of weeks, and as a result decided last Friday […]

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"Clear Mismatch Between Climate Models And Paleoclimate Data," New Peer-Reviewed Book Finds

“Clear Mismatch Between Climate Models And Paleoclimate Data,” New Peer-Reviewed Book Finds

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClimate science critical geologist Dr. Sebastian Lüning and chemist Professor Fritz Vahrenholt informed readers here that a new book has been recently published: “Evidence-Based Climate Science: Data Opposing CO2 Emissions as the Primary Source of Global Warming“. The book’s publisher is glacier geologist Don Easterbrook, Western Washington University. At their site Lüning and Vahrenholt […]

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Northern Hemisphere Snow Cover Trend Has In Fact Been Upward Over Past Quarter Century!

Northern Hemisphere Snow Cover Trend Has In Fact Been Upward Over Past Quarter Century!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterUSA’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) provides data here on snow cover. Because global warming is supposed to be leading to less snow, one would think that snow cover in terms of area would be trending downwards over the past 50 or so years. However, the data tell us a very different story. […]

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3 New Papers Reveal Dominance Of Solar, Cloud Climate Forcing Since The 1980s ... With CO2 Only A Bit Player

3 New Papers Reveal Dominance Of Solar, Cloud Climate Forcing Since The 1980s … With CO2 Only A Bit Player

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAccording to the IPCC (2007), changes in climate occur as a consequence of variations in the Earth’s radiation budget (solar energy absorbed by versus leaving the surface).  Changes in the Earth’s radiation budget occur for 3 primary reasons; two of those three reasons involve solar forcing. IPCC AR4: “Global climate is determined by the […]

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Climate Protection Goes Medieval...Ushers In New Age Of Indulgences And Almsgiving

Climate Protection Goes Medieval…Ushers In New Age Of Indulgences And Almsgiving

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe other day as I was looking to book a hotel in the city of Hamburg I came across the Novum Style Hotel Hamburg. What caught my eye was that the booking and price conditions allow guests the option of offsetting the CO2 emissions that their stay produces. According to the Novum’s reservation page […]

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Former German Economics Minister Rips Renewable Energy Policy! “Capital Destruction Of Difficult-To-Fathom Dimensions”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCriticism and harsh words on Germany’s out-of-control renewable energy policy continues to mount and grow in volume as the energy sector approaches potential catastrophe. Cologne’s online Kölner Stadt Anzeiger (KSta) here reports on a speech made by Germany’s former federal economics minister Wolfgang Clement on the subject of Germany’s green energy policy before the […]

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Defying Climate Models, Greenland Cooled By -1.5°C During 1940-1995 As Human CO2 Emissions Rates Rose Dramatically

Defying Climate Models, Greenland Cooled By -1.5°C During 1940-1995 As Human CO2 Emissions Rates Rose Dramatically

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Share this…FacebookTwitter                                                             Above image  from Hanna et al., 2011  (Greenland Ice Sheet) In 1942, eight U.S. WWII aircraft (2 bombers, 6 fighter planes) emergency-landed on the Southwestern […]

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Green Energy Thrill Is Gone! Once Overwhelming Support For German 'Energiewende' Fades, Study Finds

Green Energy Thrill Is Gone! Once Overwhelming Support For German ‘Energiewende’ Fades, Study Finds

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThere’s more trouble with the Energiewende. The thrill is gone! It used to be that the German Energiewende (transition to renewable energies) once enjoyed overwhelming support among the population. However, a recent national survey conducted by Germany’s University of Stuttgart, in cooperation with the University of Münster and two Fraunhofer institutes, shows a nation that […]

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Early Europe Winter? ...And Greenland Sees "Record" 12 Billion Tonnes Ice Growth In A Single Day!

Early Europe Winter? …And Greenland Sees “Record” 12 Billion Tonnes Ice Growth In A Single Day!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterYesterday veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi brought to our attention an article by the Washington Post here, where it reports forecasters are warning that the coming winter “could get nasty” for the Washington D.C. area. Although the National Weather Service predicts “equal chances of a cold or mild winter”, private meteorologists warn the winter could […]

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Japanese Scientist Explains "Trick" Behind 3.7 Watts Per Square Meter Forcing At The Tropopause

Japanese Scientist Explains “Trick” Behind 3.7 Watts Per Square Meter Forcing At The Tropopause

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTrick of the radiative forcing of 3.7W/m2 at the tropopause by Kyoji Kimoto Radiative forcing is defined as 3.7W/m2 for 2xCO2 at the tropopause by the IPCC Third Assessment Report (2001) to avoid the usage of the surface radiative forcing of around 1W/m2. It is greatly reduced from the radiative forcing of around 4W/m2 […]

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20 New Papers: Higher CO2, Global Warming Increase Crop Yields, Green The Earth, Reduce Weather Extremes, Extend Human Life

20 New Papers: Higher CO2, Global Warming Increase Crop Yields, Green The Earth, Reduce Weather Extremes, Extend Human Life

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBack in the early 1970s, when there was a scientific consensus that the Earth was cooling and that cooling was not good for the biosphere, scientists were ranking human-generated pollutants in terms of their potential to do harm to the planet. At that time, CO2 was regarded as “the least objectionable or only beneficial addition […]

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