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Recent Study Shows Climate Models Still Crude, Poorly Weighted

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt here bring our attention on a recent paper on the impact of “sea smell” on climate. Below is the press release in English. Under the bottom line: Climate models are a very long way from being reliable. They are still at the primitive stages. ============================================== Impact of sea […]

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Widespread Siberian Cold, Area As Big As Half The USA Now Under 40° Below

Widespread Siberian Cold, Area As Big As Half The USA Now Under 40° Below

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Share this…FacebookTwitterI keep hearing how the Arctic is warmer than normal, and so it’s a sure sign of “global warming”. Yet I came across a chart earlier today showing conditions over Siberia, which of course is a vast region. What’s interesting is the extent and sheer depth of the cold that has gripped this area: […]

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Veteran Meteorologist Warns Europe Winter To Make "Global Headlines"..."Tremendous Amounts Of Snow"!

Veteran Meteorologist Warns Europe Winter To Make “Global Headlines”…”Tremendous Amounts Of Snow”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA couple of days ago I reported here how Joe Bastardi warned that Europe would soon be turning cold and wintry. Well, he hasn’t backed off at all from that forecast and appears to be gaining more confidence with it. Although the timing may have shifted about a bit , the overall pattern remains: […]

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The 'Ocean Acidification' Narrative Collapses Under The Weight Of New Scientific Evidence

The ‘Ocean Acidification’ Narrative Collapses Under The Weight Of New Scientific Evidence

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe ocean “acidification” narrative that claims humans are gradually lowering pH levels in sea water with their CO2 emissions may rest on presumptions, hypotheticals, and confirmation bias — not robust, observational scientific evidence. A paper by Wei et al. (2015) published a year ago in the Journal of Geophysical Research effectively illustrates the vacuousness of […]

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‘Manager Magazin’ Reports How Renewable Electricity Is Taking Germany On A Wild Ride

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt’s the paradox of the German Energiewende (transition to green energy): power exchange market prices are lower than ever before, yet consumers are paying the highest prices ever – with no stop in the increases in sight. Moreover, the more green electricity that is fed into the grid, the more coal that gets burned. […]

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Meteorologists Warn Of Possible Arctic Blast For Europe. Also: Threat Of Green Energy Refugees!

Meteorologists Warn Of Possible Arctic Blast For Europe. Also: Threat Of Green Energy Refugees!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAt his Weatherbell Daily Update (12/26) veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi issued an Arctic weather heads up for Europe after the New Year: Look at this in the 11 to 16. This is indicating that the models think there’s going to be a lot of snow on the ground in the UK and all through western Europe.” […]

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The Rapid Deceleration Of Greenland Ice Sheet Mass Loss In Recent Years Not Reported In 'Arctic Report Card'

The Rapid Deceleration Of Greenland Ice Sheet Mass Loss In Recent Years Not Reported In ‘Arctic Report Card’

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Share this…FacebookTwitter  About two weeks ago, NOAA released the annual version of their latest Arctic Report Card.  Of course, the usual media outlets peddled the requisite doomsday headlines when describing the report’s contents, deploying words like grim  and dire  and pedantically issuing a failing grade so as to paint a picture of an Arctic climate […]

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Former Clinton Strategist Views Renewables As Non-Competitive..."Let's Not Destroy American Economy"

Former Clinton Strategist Views Renewables As Non-Competitive…”Let’s Not Destroy American Economy”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhat follows is a political view from a person with lots of policy experience. He tells it the way he sees it. Image cropped from DickMorris.com Dick Morris is a former political strategist for President Bill Clinton, and a vocal critic of Hillary Clinton — no doubt with good reasons. Morris not only has a […]

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2016 Highlights: Tsunami Of Skeptic Papers And Desperate Attempts To Silence Dissenters

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Share this…FacebookTwitter2016 is coming to a close, and I’d like to wish all readers here a very Merry Christmas and all the best for the coming new year. What follows are some of the main highlights at NTZ in 2016. Overall visitor traffic increased a good 30% since the start of the year. Much of […]

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National Weather Service's Multi-Billion Dollar Models Fail ...Totally Botched Forecasts!

National Weather Service’s Multi-Billion Dollar Models Fail …Totally Botched Forecasts!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIf President-elect Donald Trump is looking for places to cut costs, he might want to take a look at the National Weather Service’s seasonal forecasting unit. Yesterday at the Daily Update over at Weatherbell Analytics, veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi looked at the season forecasts, generated by billion dollar super-computers,  recently put out by NCEP. Turns […]

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The Hockey Stick Collapses: 60 New (2016) Scientific Papers Affirm Today's Warming Isn't Global, Unprecedented, Or Remarkable

The Hockey Stick Collapses: 60 New (2016) Scientific Papers Affirm Today’s Warming Isn’t Global, Unprecedented, Or Remarkable

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTwo fundamental tenets of the anthropogenic global warming narrative are (1) the globe is warming (i.e., it’s not just regional warming), and (2) the warming that has occurred since 1950 can be characterized as remarkable, unnatural, and largely unprecedented.  In other words, today’s climate is substantially and alarmingly different than what has occurred in […]

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False Alarm: Spate Of New Studies Reject Claim Corals Are In Imminent Danger!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCoral reefs keep cool By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated by P Gosselin) Coral horror stories have long been among the favorites of the media. Lately, however, a number of journalists have been taking a closer look at the state of the coral reefs. A good example is an […]

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