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April Cold Blast Across Central Europe Brings Unexpected Widespread Crop Damage

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOfficial weather offices report that April mean temperatures were colder than normal across Central Europe. Germany According to the preliminary results for April, 2017, from Germany’s DWD national weather service, the month came in at a mean temperature of 7.5°C for the central European country, or 0.8°C colder than the 1981-2010 mean of 8.3°C. This makes […]

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Upper Layers Of Atlantic Refuse To Obey Global Warming Orders

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Share this…FacebookTwitterUpper Atlantic layers ignore commands to warm By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt German text translated by P. Gosselin) We would like to take a look at the oceanic warming of the Atlantic. From the latest Climate4You Newsletter (pdf her) We look at the heat content curve of the last 60 years […]

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Danish Meteorological Institute Moves To Obscure Recent Record Greenland Ice Growth

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA shorter post today, as this afternoon I’ve got to prepare 50 lbs. of chili con carne (and let me tell you, I can taste it already). German meteorological and climate site Schneefan (snow fan) here writes on the recent changes by the DMI on its Greenland ice mass chart. Personally I wouldn’t be […]

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20 More New Papers Link Climate, Weather, Clouds, ENSO, NAO, Sea Levels, Crop Yields...To Solar Activity

20 More New Papers Link Climate, Weather, Clouds, ENSO, NAO, Sea Levels, Crop Yields…To Solar Activity

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAlready 58 New 2017 Papers Link Solar Activity To Climate Changes Earlier this month, the first installment in the accumulating list of hundreds of new peer-reviewed scientific papers supporting a skeptical position on climate change alarm was made available. Included on the list were 38 papers linking climate changes to solar forcing: 38 Sun-Climate Scientific […]

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New German Paper On Infrasound Shows Adverse Impacts On Brain Activity!

New German Paper On Infrasound Shows Adverse Impacts On Brain Activity!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman wind energy protest site windwahn.com here presents a brand new paper showing that infrasound-induced changes in brain activity is made visible and proven. The findings thus suggest that the health impacts by the low-frequency sound waves generated by industrial wind turbines in fact do adversely affect human health, a claim that has often […]

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Study Finds Burning All Fossil Fuels Would Lead To Only Max. 500-800 PPM CO2 Atmospheric Concentration

Study Finds Burning All Fossil Fuels Would Lead To Only Max. 500-800 PPM CO2 Atmospheric Concentration

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnother new study dampens climate alarm even more: “Summary of “Simple model for the anthropogenically forced CO2 cycle tested on measured quantities“. A new paper by Horst-Joachim Lüdecke and Carl Otto Weiss appearing in the Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International has found: “the increase of atmospheric CO2 will gradually come to an […]

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7 Gunshots Fired At National Space Science And Technology Center In Possible Attempt To Intimidate Dissenting Scientists

7 Gunshots Fired At National Space Science And Technology Center In Possible Attempt To Intimidate Dissenting Scientists

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Share this…FacebookTwitterEcoterrorism? One of the nation’s leading scientists Dr. Roy Spencer of the University of Alabama reports at his website that 7 shots were fired at the National Space Science and Technology Center in Huntsville Alabama, all hitting the fourth floor where the office of renowned pioneering climate scientist Prof. John Christy is located. Target of […]

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New Paper Attributes 24% Of Temperature Changes To CO2 ... Ignores Dominance Of Water Vapour, Clouds

New Paper Attributes 24% Of Temperature Changes To CO2 … Ignores Dominance Of Water Vapour, Clouds

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists Exclude Water Vapour & Clouds As Contributors To Recent Climate Change The IPCC has long acknowledged that water vapour is the Earth’s most influential greenhouse gas. “Water vapour is the primary greenhouse gas in the Earth’s atmosphere. The contribution of water vapour to the natural greenhouse effect relative to that of carbon dioxide (CO2) depends […]

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UN Policy Farce …Toothless Paris Switched From “Binding Agreement” To “Pledge and Review”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhat follows are two new papers that once again throw the policy paths promoted by climate activists into question. Hat-tip Kenneth Richard. Paris Agreement China pledge irresponsible The first by Harris, 2017, calls China’s Paris pledge on climate change “inadequate and irresponsible” and “little more than business as usual“. Today China is the largest national source […]

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Believe It! Global Warming Hiatus Real, Chinese And Japanese Scientists Affirm

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSlowdown: The braked warming of the last one and a half decades and its reasons By Dr. Sebastian Lüning und Prof. Fritz Vahrenhholt (German text translated by P Gosselin) Stefan Rahmstorf is against the notion of a warming hiatus. In his eyes it doesn’t exist. Instead he prefers to live in his Rahmstorfian world, […]

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New Study Finds Renewable Fuels Are Dirtier Than Fossil Fuels!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterToday we look at two new papers that reveal renewable energies don’t deliver what their proponents like to have us believe they do, i.e. clean, affordable and reliable energy, and another telling us that the Paris Agreement is a joke. Biofuel blends are more polluting The first paper by Emery et al., 2017, looks […]

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New Paper Asserts 'Biased' Climate Models Underestimate Natural Variability And The Warmth Of The Past

New Paper Asserts ‘Biased’ Climate Models Underestimate Natural Variability And The Warmth Of The Past

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClimate Models Fail To Simulate Past & Present NH Temperatures Reconstructions Of Northern Hemisphere Temperatures Indicate Medieval Period Was As Warm As Recent Decades Abrantes et al., 2017  Otto and Roberts, 2016 Other NH Reconstructions Indicate Pre-Industrial Temps Were Highly Variable, 1940s As Warm As 2000s Schneider et al., 2015 Stoffel et al., 2015 New […]

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