Archives by date

You are browsing the site archives by date.

50 Inverted Hockey Sticks - Scientists Find Earth Cools As CO2 Rises

50 Inverted Hockey Sticks – Scientists Find Earth Cools As CO2 Rises

Share this… Facebook TwitterModern ‘Warmth’ A Brief Excursion From 8,000-Year (Continuing) Cooling Trend The scientific literature is replete with evidence that the geological record for the Holocene (the last 10,000 years) fails to support the concept that rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations cause ocean and land temperatures to rise. Actually, the scientific literature strongly suggests that […]

Cloud-Forming Cosmic Rays Above Average More Than One Year As Sun Begins Slumber

Share this… Facebook TwitterTranslated/edited from wobleibtdieerderwaermung.de. A huge hole in the magnetically hot corona of the sun in the coming weeks will lead to a powerful solar wind and initiate hefty polar lights in the earth’s magnetic field. This will be a brief pause in the solar activity slumber that has taken hold over the […]

Potsdam PIK Climate Director Says We Will Have To Go Back To Mud Huts By 2040

Share this… Facebook TwitterGermany’s Deutsche Welle (DW) here presents a commentary by Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, the director of German ultra-alarmist Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research. Professor Schellnhuber fears that the planet could warm even as much as 12°C if man does not act quickly to totally eliminate greenhouse gases. He adds that he “has […]

Shumlin's Folly: Burlington Buried by Record 30" Of Snow - Vermont Gov Warned End Of Skiing In 2007!

Shumlin’s Folly: Burlington Buried by Record 30″ Of Snow – Vermont Gov Warned End Of Skiing In 2007!

Share this… Facebook TwitterThe largest city of my home state of Vermont — Burlington — was buried by a record-shattering 30.4 inches (ca. 80 cm) of snow from recent storm Stella. Burlington, Vermont area gets buried by record-smashing snow as bitter temperatures grip region. Image cropped from Westford Webcam. Hat-tip: reader Indomitable Snowman Amusingly the reader […]

4 New Papers Suggest Falling Sea Levels More Harmful To Corals Than Rapidly Rising Sea Levels

4 New Papers Suggest Falling Sea Levels More Harmful To Corals Than Rapidly Rising Sea Levels

Share this… Facebook TwitterAre Modern Rates Of Sea Level Rise Too Slow For Optimal Coral Growth? Since the 20th century began, global sea levels have been rising at rates of about 1.7 – 1.8 mm/year, or about 0.17 to 0.18 of a meter (~7  inches) per century. NOAA  Zerbini et al., 2017 “Our estimated rates for […]

Solar Activity Continues Near 200-Year Low. And Antarctic Sea Ice Drop Caused By Natural Factors

Share this… Facebook TwitterThe Sun In February and Arctic Sea Ice Von Frank Bosse und Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated and condensed [due to time constraints] by P. Gosselin) The star at the center of our solar system was also very inactive last month. The determined sunspot number SSN of 26.1 was only 50% of what is normal. […]

German Scientists Slam DWD German Weather Service Concealment Of February Cooling Trend!

Share this… Facebook TwitterBy Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German excerpts translated/edited by P Gosselin) On February 27, 2017, the DWD German National Weather Service concluded in its February report: February 2017 was much too warm and with only average sunshine Offenbach, 27 February 2017– At the beginning of February 2017, it was […]

Uncertainties, Errors In Radiative Forcing Estimates 10 - 100 Times Larger Than Entire Radiative Effect Of Increasing CO2

Uncertainties, Errors In Radiative Forcing Estimates 10 – 100 Times Larger Than Entire Radiative Effect Of Increasing CO2

Share this… Facebook Twitter Climate Model Errors = 20 W m-2 CO2 Climate Forcing = 0.2 W m-2 Scott Pruitt, the new head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, has recently been characterized as a climate science “denialist” by world news organizations.   A UK Guardian headline, for example, has claimed that “EPA head Scott Pruitt denies that […]

Merkel’s Lead Minister Signals Germany Ready To Give Up Leadership Role Against Climate Change!

Share this… Facebook TwitterGermany appears poised to make a fundamental course correction in its climate and energy policy. Germany has long been a steadfast and influential proponent of “climate protection”. Also the country’s Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), directed by climate doomsday professor Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber, has been one of the most influential European players […]

Subsidized Company, Supplying Subsidized Industry (Which Is Based On Subsidized Junk Science) Files For Bankruptcy

Subsidized Company, Supplying Subsidized Industry (Which Is Based On Subsidized Junk Science) Files For Bankruptcy

Share this… Facebook Twitter“Do we have the next Solyndra at hand?” I had to shake my head when reading the recently published Fox News report: Another taxpayer-funded energy company files for bankruptcy. Image cropped from Aquion Energy. Hat-tip: Indomitable Snowman According to Fox News, Pennsylvania-based Aquion Energy had received “a $5.2 million stimulus-tied grant” (not a […]

German Power Sector In Massive Trauma As Electricity Giant EON Set To Post Colossal €12.4 BILLION Loss!

Share this… Facebook TwitterThe ‘Energiewende’ (transition to green energies) risks leading to a complete meltdown of Germany’s power generation sector. The latest news is that German electricity giant Eon expects to post a massive 12.4 billion euro loss for the year 2016, NTV news site writes here. Careful not to link the loss to Germany’s […]

30 New (2017) Scientific Papers Crush The Hockey Stick Graph And 'Global'-Scale Warming Claims

30 New (2017) Scientific Papers Crush The Hockey Stick Graph And ‘Global’-Scale Warming Claims

Share this… Facebook TwitterThe Globe Has Not Been Warming . . . So Why Is It Called ‘Global’ Warming? There were at least 60 peer-reviewed scientific papers published in 2016 demonstrating that  Today’s Warming Isn’t Global, Unprecedented, Or Remarkable. As of the end of January, another 17 papers had already been published in 2017.  17 […]

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this. More information at our Data Privacy Policy

Close