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Global Investments In Renewable Energies Crash in 3rd Quarter 2016, Bloomberg Reports!

Share this… Facebook TwitterCiting the London-based consulting company Bloomberg New Energy Finance the German Business News here reports that “investments in renewable energies collapsed worldwide in the third quarter” of this year, led by Europe, China and Japan. Compared to the 3rd quarter of 2015, investment, mainly in solar and wind power, fell a whopping 43 […]

Current Solar Cycle Fades, Continues To Be Weakest in 200 Years …Likely Foretelling Global Cooling

Share this… Facebook TwitterThe Sun in September 2016 By Frank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated and edited by P Gosselin) Also last month the sun was relatively inactive. The observed sunspot number (SSN) was 44.7, which was just 64% of what is the average for the previously observed 23 cycles. The average cycle has a […]

18 New Papers Link High Solar Activity To Medieval And Modern Warmth, Low Solar Activity To Little Ice Age Cooling

18 New Papers Link High Solar Activity To Medieval And Modern Warmth, Low Solar Activity To Little Ice Age Cooling

Share this… Facebook Twitter“It is generally accepted that the climate warms during periods of strong solar activity (e.g., the Medieval Warm Period) and cools during periods of low solar activity (e.g., the Little Ice Age).” —Lyu et al., 2016 Within the last 1,000 years, global-scale surface temperatures underwent a warm period during Medieval times, centennial-scale […]

After Trillions of Dollars And 13 Climate Conferences, CO2 Emissions Reach New Record High!

Share this… Facebook TwitterMichael Krueger at German skeptic site Science Skeptical here writes that in 2015 global CO2 emissions reached another new all-time record high, despite all the elaborate climate conferences and hundreds of billions of dollars invested in curbing global “greenhouse gases”. Krueger asks: What have all the climate conferences brought us since the first UN conference […]

Potsdam Climate Institute Scientists/Government Under Fire For Politicizing Climate Science

Share this… Facebook TwitterChief Editor of ‘Science’ criticizes activism by climate scientists: PIK needs to define red line for employees By Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt and Dr. Sebastian Luning (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) The well-known journal ‘Science’ has a new chief editor. Jeremy Berg is a biochemist was among the leadership of the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) […]

Daimler Benz CEO Dieter Zetsche Come Out Against 2030 Ban Of Internal Combustion Engines

Share this… Facebook TwitterOnline national German daily ‘Die Welt’ here reported yesterday that Daimler Benz CEO Dieter Zetsche opposes a mandatory hasty exit from fossil fuel powered automobiles. Recently Germany’s Federal Council voted to ban the registration of automobiles powered by gasoline or diesel fossil fuel by the year 2030 in a bid to reduce […]

Scientists: 'Climate Model Simulations That Include Anthropogenic Forcing Are Not Compatible With Observed Trends'

Scientists: ‘Climate Model Simulations That Include Anthropogenic Forcing Are Not Compatible With Observed Trends’

Share this… Facebook TwitterAccording to a recently published paper in the journal Science, (Cook et al., 2016, “Ocean forcing of glacier retreat in the western Antarctic Peninsula”), between 1945 and 2009 the mean ocean temperature warmed at depths of 150 to 400 meters for about 3/4ths of the waters surrounding the western Antarctic Peninsula (AP).  […]

Flagship Daily ‘Die Welt’ Calls Germany’s Ban Of Internal Combustion Engines By 2030 A “Fairy Tale”

Share this… Facebook TwitterThere have been a number of reports that Germany will ban the internal combustion engine (ICE) by the year 2030, i.e. in just 14 years. This has been already voted on by Germany’s Federal Council (Bundesrat). Although 14 years can be plenty of time to usher in a technical revolution (e.g. think of […]

Spiegel Journalist Calls Claims By Scientists That Hurricanes Are Getting Stronger "Sad"

Spiegel Journalist Calls Claims By Scientists That Hurricanes Are Getting Stronger “Sad”

Share this… Facebook TwitterGermany’s centre-left online weekly Die Zeit recently blared that Hurricane Matthew was “the strongest in 10 years“, and cited a scientist from the alarmist Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). Spiegel science journalist Axel Bojanowski. Image cropped at Twitter. The climate alarmist Die Zeit of course wants to have its readers believe […]

Scientific 'Consensus' Says 'Global Warming' Leads To Less Intense, Less Frequent Hurricanes

Scientific ‘Consensus’ Says ‘Global Warming’ Leads To Less Intense, Less Frequent Hurricanes

Share this… Facebook TwitterA few days ago, “Hurricane” Matthew weakened into a Category 1 storm by the time it made landfall in the U.S., which means its official title has been changed to “post-tropical storm Matthew“.  Because it lost so much intensity and could no longer be considered a real hurricane as it made landfall, […]

German Scientists “Media Are Playing A Dangerous Game With Extreme Weather Fear”

Share this… Facebook TwitterAtmosfear: Media Are Playing A Dangerous Game With Extreme Weather Fear By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) The history of science is rich in discoveries, progress, falsehoods and confusion. How will future generations see the history of climate science? Where are they going to […]

No New Record? UAH Data Show 2016 Still Trails Behind 1998 Record Warm Year

Share this… Facebook TwitterThe following are excerpts from German skeptic site here, wobleibtdieerderwaermung. ==================================================== By Schneefan Already in August, is the year 2016 a bit cooler than the year 1998, according to satellite data from UAH. That situation remains the same as September saw a reading of +0.44°C. The global 2m temperatures with a deviation […]

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