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Trump: Paris Accord Rejection Matter Of Sovereignty…Announces “New Era Of American Energy Dominance”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPresident Donald Trump gave remarks at the “Unleashing American Energy” event. If there are still any lingering questions as to the president’s commitment to dumping the Paris Accord, they can now be laid to rest for good. In his remarks at an event also attended by both energy executives and trade unionists, the President described […]

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Evidence Review Suggests Humans May Not Be The Primary Drivers Of CO2 Concentration Changes

Evidence Review Suggests Humans May Not Be The Primary Drivers Of CO2 Concentration Changes

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnthropogenic Emissions ≠ CO2 Concentration Changes For the last 3 years, human CO2 emissions rates have not risen.  In fact, according to the IEA, we burned slightly more fossil fuels in 2014 than we did in both 2015 and 2016. Despite the lack of growth – even slight decline – in human emissions rates during 2014 […]

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“The De Facto End Of Wind Turbine Forests”. New Policy In Germany Sends Powerful Signals!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s wind energy industry is suddenly facing fierce headwinds, and wind energy opponents are cheering wildly! Yesterday Germany’s most populated state, North Rhine Westphalia, voted in a new government. The old government consisting of a coalition between the SPD Socialists and the Green Party were booted out in recent state elections, and since yesterday […]

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Retired 40-Year Veteran German Climatologist: “CO2 A Scapegoat” …IPCC “A Marketing Organization”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe German-language RT recently conducted an interview with retired climatologist Prof. Werner Kirstein concerning President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Accord and the state of climate “science” itself. Hat-tip EIKE. Kirstein, a German climatologist of 40 years, has been one of Germany’s most high-profile critics of climate alarmism. He maintains that […]

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Since 2005, Arctic Sea Ice Has Pivoted To A Slightly Increasing Trend, With No Detectable Arctic Warming

Since 2005, Arctic Sea Ice Has Pivoted To A Slightly Increasing Trend, With No Detectable Arctic Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterArctic: 12 Years Of Sea Ice And Temperature Stability In the last 144 months, or since 2005, there has been no decreasing trend in Arctic sea ice.  In fact, there has been a slight increasing trend.   NSIDC Data – Graph Source: woodfortrees.org (2005.3-2017.3) or woodfortrees.org (Last 144 Months) Since the 21st century began, nearly all of the increase in Arctic-wide […]

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Antarctic Climate Alarm Silenced: Ice Mass Stable, Recently Published Studies Show

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Good News: East Antarctic Ice Is And Remains Stable By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated, edited by P Gosselin) In March, 2015 there was a climate alarm at German online news weekly Focus: Climate warming Gigantic Antarctic glacier is melting – Holland in an emergency: sea level rise […]

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German Green Minister President Blasts Own Party’s E-Car Target As “Nonsense”… “You Don’t Have a Clue!”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe following German Green Party national convention video is very amusing. It shows a highly agitated Minister President of the state Baden Württemberg, Winfried Kretschmann, very angrily blasting his own Green Party’s “radical” call to eliminate fossil fuel cars in Germany by 2030 at a recent Green Party convention. Kretschmann is clearly fed up with his […]

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Arctic Warming Reverse! New Study Finds Winter Arctic Sea Ice "To Increase Towards 2020"

Arctic Warming Reverse! New Study Finds Winter Arctic Sea Ice “To Increase Towards 2020”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt is not uncommon to hear from Europe’s media that climate change is to blame whenever a weather anomaly occurs on the old continent. The reason for the climate change of course gets attributed to man and fossil fuel emissions. Ocean drives Therefore, it is all the more interesting that a new paper has […]

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2 New Papers Expose The Environmental Nightmare Of Wind Turbine Blade Disposal

2 New Papers Expose The Environmental Nightmare Of Wind Turbine Blade Disposal

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Share this…FacebookTwitterUnsustainable: 43 Million Tonnes Of Wind Turbine Blade Waste By 2050 “If the industry cannot come up with more sustainable manufacturing and disposal processes, public acceptance of wind energy would decline if the public becomes aware of these issues” – Ramirez-Tejeda et al., 2017 Despite an explosion in installed wind capacity since 1990, wind […]

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Recent Studies Find Climate Models (Used By Policymakers) Are Way Off The Mark

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClimate models overstate global precipitation by almost a half By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited By P Gosselin) Slowly people are realizing that not everything in the climate modeling world is as rosy as once claimed for years. It’s bit like the Tour de France, where racers were once […]

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Surprise! Despite High CO2, 2017 Accumulated Cyclone Energy "Remains At Record Low Levels"

Surprise! Despite High CO2, 2017 Accumulated Cyclone Energy “Remains At Record Low Levels”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGlobal warming was supposed to inject thermal energy into the atmosphere, and thus spawn one super cyclone after another.  Yet observations refuse to cooperate with the alarmist hypothesis. At Twitter Colorado State University research scientist Philip Klotzbach reports that 2017 global cyclone energy “remains at record low levels“: Earlier on June 13 Klotzbach tweeted the […]

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Scientific Papers Indicate Natural Processes Dominate Changes In Ozone Hole, Methane And CO2 Emissions

Scientific Papers Indicate Natural Processes Dominate Changes In Ozone Hole, Methane And CO2 Emissions

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhat If Human Emissions Aren’t All That Influential? We have been led to believe that we can control the size of the ozone hole and both methane and CO2 concentrations with our emissions. We have also been led to believe we control weather patterns (storminess, droughts, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes); we control tropospheric, atmospheric, surface, […]

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