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Meteorologist Bastardi Blasts NOAA For Naming "Eyesores" In The "Middle Of Nowhere"!

Meteorologist Bastardi Blasts NOAA For Naming “Eyesores” In The “Middle Of Nowhere”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAfter a record of more than 10 years without a major hurricane strike on the US, the NOAA must be getting hurricane desparate. The US climatology agency perhaps is demonstrating once more that records are not made by natural events occurring but rather by counting them differently. At yesterday’s WeatherBell Daily Update, veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi […]

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Current Solar Activity Resembles Dalton Minimum…Weakest Month 75-100 Period Recorded!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe sun in March 2017 By Frank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P. Gosselin) Our source of energy continued to be especially quiet last month. The mean sunspot number (SSN) was 17.7 and the sun was completely blank for 16 days. It is important to recall once again that the SSN is […]

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New Paper: 100% Renewable Energy Not Feasible, 'Unsupportable And Reckless' - Keeps Poor Impoverished

New Paper: 100% Renewable Energy Not Feasible, ‘Unsupportable And Reckless’ – Keeps Poor Impoverished

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Share this…FacebookTwitterComprehensive Analysis Crushes 100% Renewable Energy Fantasy While fully accepting the perspective that fossil fuel energy production and consumption must be dramatically reduced to save the planet from dangerous CO2-induced global warming, four Australian researchers have compiled a comprehensive rebuke of the premise that renewable energies (wind, solar, biomass, etc.) can feasibly supplant fossil fuels […]

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Antarctica Record High Temp Of 19.8°C In Fact Set 35 Years Ago – When CO2 Was Low

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt On March 1st Arizona State University reported on Antarctica’s record high temperature. Surprisingly the record was set not this year, or even this decade, rather it was set in the year 1982: World Meteorological Organization verifies highest temperatures for Antarctic region ASU climate expert, WMO rapporteur talks […]

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Post-Easter Frost And Snow To Grip Central Europe As Temps To Fall 12°C Below Normal!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSome years ago German warmist climatologist Mojib Latif complained over our changing climate, reminding us how in Germany we used to get snow sometimes for Easter. Well this year, in mid April, Easter is relatively late, and the forecast is now calling for snow to hit large parts of Europe as a low pressure […]

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Germany’s Energy Crucifixion: E-Mobility To Lead To “Even Higher Electricity Prices”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe online Berliner Morgenpost here reports that electric cars in Germany are going to lead to even higher electricity prices for the country’s already massively burdened consumers. Hat-tip Gerti B. NAEB power price projections for 2020. Note that the horizontal scale changes at the year 2010 in order to condense the chart. The upper […]

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New Paper: Northern Hemisphere Temperatures Rose 4–5°C Within 'A Few Decades' 14,700 Years Ago

New Paper: Northern Hemisphere Temperatures Rose 4–5°C Within ‘A Few Decades’ 14,700 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Temperatures, Sea Levels ‘Naturally’ Rise  30 – 40 Times Faster Than Today’s Rates Modern Temperatures Only Rising 0.05°C/Decade Since 1850, CO2 concentrations have risen from 285 ppm to 400 ppm.  During these ~165 years, the IPCC has concluded that surface temperatures have warmed by 0.78°C.  This is a warming rate of only 0.05°C per decade for 1850-2012 […]

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Satellite Data: Post El Niño Global Surface Cooling Continues… Pause Extends To 20 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCritical German climate site wobleibtdieererwaermung.de (WBDE) reports that the earth’s surface is cooling, and presents the latest chart from NCEP:   As of April 11, the measured global values continue to decline (black curve) as do the computed values for April 18. Source: www.karstenhaustein.com/climate.php. The time-delayed post El Niño cooling is now showing up […]

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Meteorologist: US Southwest "Permanent" Drought Totally Gone! ...US "Now As Good As It Gets"!

Meteorologist: US Southwest “Permanent” Drought Totally Gone! …US “Now As Good As It Gets”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitter What follows is another example climate-scare prediction turned folly. The NOAA’s and the University of Nebraska (Lincoln) National Drought Mitigation Center’s (NDMC) US drought monitor map that follows now shows extraordinarily little drought conditions across the USA, despite earlier predictions of permanent drought and misery over vast regions. Meteorologist Paul Dorian of vencoreweather.com […]

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A Swelling Volume Of Scientific Papers Now Forecasting Global Cooling In The Coming Decades

A Swelling Volume Of Scientific Papers Now Forecasting Global Cooling In The Coming Decades

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Share this…FacebookTwitterModern Solar Grand Maximum Ends ‘Little Ice Age’ Cooling On The Way During the 20th and early 21st centuries, Earth’s inhabitants have enjoyed an epoch of very high solar activity that is rare or unique in the context of the last several thousand years.  The higher solar activity and warmer temperatures have allowed the […]

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Measures To Protect Endangered Birds From Wind Turbines Completely Ineffective!

Measures To Protect Endangered Birds From Wind Turbines Completely Ineffective!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt’s time for wind energy proponents to admit that their well-intended idea of wind energy has in fact had disastrous ecological consequences. No technological development has ever so negatively impacted the environment and landscape like wind turbines have. Not only do they blight the scenic landscape and make people living near them ill, they are […]

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Pause Or Not, Climate Models Continue To Grossly Overstate Global Temperature Trends

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhat follows is a wrap up of an article written by skeptic climate and weather site wobleibtdieerderwaermung.de here. It writes that for thousands of years it has been the solar and ocean cycles that have been influencing the weather worldwide and in Germany. And looking at data objectively, it is pretty clear that there […]

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