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2 New Papers: 92% Of Polar Bear Subpopulations Stable, Increasing...Inuit Observe 'Too Many Polar Bears Now'

2 New Papers: 92% Of Polar Bear Subpopulations Stable, Increasing…Inuit Observe ‘Too Many Polar Bears Now’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterInuit: Bears ‘Catch Seals Even If The Ice Is Really Thin’ Scientists: ‘Unlikely Polar Bears Are At Risk From AGW’ Image source: York et al., 2016, Journal of Ecology and Evolution. Most of the world’s polar bears live in Canada.  Hunters and elders from northern Canada’s native communities have been immersed in studying polar bear […]

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Energiewende “Fundamentally A Disaster” …Germany To Miss CO2 Reduction Targets By A Mile

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe latest forecast shows snow and cold moving across much Germany this weekend, again. Despite Germany ‘s ruddy CO2 emissions, winter keeps coming. German public broadcasting, here for example, reports today that despite all the green, climate-preaching, Germany will miss its 2020 CO2 reductions by a mile. More embarrassingly, the country has not reduced its CO2 […]

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Media Climate Alarmism Has Become “Primitive”… “Intellectually Subterranean”, German Scientists Say

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRecent SRF German public broadcasting commentary on climate change has reached a new low in quality and new high in activism, two respected German scientists say. ============================================= By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Text translated/edited by P Gosselin) “Climate-alarm propaganda day” November 29, 2017, was once again a climate alarm propaganda day […]

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Whistleblower Scientists: PSMSL Data-Adjusters Are Manufacturing Sea Level Rise Where None Exists

Whistleblower Scientists: PSMSL Data-Adjusters Are Manufacturing Sea Level Rise Where None Exists

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Share this…FacebookTwitter‘Adjustments’ To Create Spurious Sea Level Rise Have Now Infected The PSMSL Tide Gauge Data In a new paper published in Earth Systems and Environment this month, Australian scientists Dr. Albert Parker and Dr. Clifford Ollier uncover evidence that Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) overseers appear to have been engaging in the “highly […]

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7 Major Signs The Globe's Surface Has Been Cooling, And Will Continue To Cool

7 Major Signs The Globe’s Surface Has Been Cooling, And Will Continue To Cool

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy now, after some 30 years of dire warnings, you’d think that the warming of the globe and ice mass reduction would be much further along than it actually is. Yet there are a number of major signs that show the opposite (cooling and freezing) are happening: 1. Arctic ice has stabilized over the […]

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Germany’s National Power Grid Mess…Country Seeing Whopping 172,000 Power Outages Annually!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s Energiewende threatens to follow a similar path as the Berlin-Brandenburg airport debacle, but on a far greater scale. When bureaucrats take over project engineering… Berlin-Brandenburg BER airport: Construction began in 2006 with operation scheduled to begin in 2011. And now as 2017 nears the end, BER is not even close to opening. Currently […]

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2 More New Papers Affirm There Is More Arctic Ice Coverage Today Than During The 1400s

2 More New Papers Affirm There Is More Arctic Ice Coverage Today Than During The 1400s

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Share this…FacebookTwitter A Shrinking Anthropogenic Signal  Continues To Emerge In The Arctic Earlier this year, Stein et al., 2017 published a reconstruction of Arctic sea ice variations throughout the Holocene that appeared to establish that there is more Arctic sea ice now than for nearly all of the last 10,000 years. The study region, the Chukchi […]

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German Public Media Finally Acknowledge Country’s Power Grid Now More Unstable Than Ever

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt seems that the woes besetting the German Energiewende (transition the green energies) and the country’s power grids are finally beginning to hit home at the mainstream German media. For example German HR public radio here writes “increasingly large problems have besieged power grid operator Tennet” and that the company often “has to act […]

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Swiss “Climate Ethicist” Prof: Flying Okay “If Mother On Deathbed…Or For Going To Climate Conferences”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterToday we bring you the climate wackiness of the week. At Swiss SRF public broadcasting, Yves Bossart recently interviewed philosopher and ethicist Dominic Roser of the Institute for Ethics and Human Rights of the University of Fribourg. Roser is also the author of the book “Ethics of Climate Change“. Photo right: Dominic Roser, University of Fribourg In the interview Roser […]

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Before 1960s-'70s Global Cooling Was Erased, It Caused Droughts, Crop Failures, Glacier Advance, Ice Age Threats

Before 1960s-’70s Global Cooling Was Erased, It Caused Droughts, Crop Failures, Glacier Advance, Ice Age Threats

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Share this…FacebookTwitterChanging Scientific Consensus 1970s: Global Cooling A Serious Threat Today: Global Cooling Never Happened Until the mid-1980s, it was widely accepted in the peer-reviewed scientific literature that there was an abrupt global cooling trend between the 1940s and 1970s. The amplitude of the climate change amounted to more than -0.5°C of cooling in the Northern Hemisphere, […]

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2017 Global Cyclone Energy Almost 20% Below Normal ...Southern Hemisphere Near Record Low!

2017 Global Cyclone Energy Almost 20% Below Normal …Southern Hemisphere Near Record Low!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA look at Dr. Ryan Maue’s site here tells us a lot about how 2017 cyclone activity is doing as the Atlantic hurricane season winds down. In September the Atlantic indeed saw some powerful hurricanes, such as Harvey, Irma and Maria, which led the media into a fit of Armageddon hysteria and calls to […]

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Spiegel Interviews Hansen: "Exit From Nuclear Power Huge Mistake For The World"

Spiegel Interviews Hansen: “Exit From Nuclear Power Huge Mistake For The World”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSpiegel science journalist Axel Bojanowski here interviewed James Hansen, the former director of NASA GISS and one of the most prominent warners of CO2 induced global warming. Former NASA GISS director James Hansen calls exit from nuclear energy “a huge mistake”. Photo: NASA – nasa.gov, (archived) In the wake of the Fukushima disaster in […]

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