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New Paper: CO2 Has 'Negligible' Influence On Earth's Temperature

New Paper: CO2 Has ‘Negligible’ Influence On Earth’s Temperature

Share this…FacebookTwitterWater Vapour  Climate Forcing ‘Up To 200 Times’ Greater, ‘Overrides Any Effect By CO2’ Lightfoot and Mamer, 2017 (1) Robust scientific evidence shows the sun angle controls water vapour content of the atmosphere, the main component of back radiation, as it cycles annually. “Back radiation, water vapour concentration and atmospheric temperature follow the sun angle daily and […]

"For Fame And Fund"... Japanese Scientist Accuses Four Climate Researchers, IPCC, Of "Fake Science"

“For Fame And Fund”… Japanese Scientist Accuses Four Climate Researchers, IPCC, Of “Fake Science”

Share this…FacebookTwitterAGW scandal by four scientists and the IPCC By Kyoji Kimoto,, July 30, 2017 (Background here, where Robert Cess admits error) The anthropogenic global warming (AGW) theory of the IPCC is a fake science developed by the following scientists for fame & fund, causing huge economic losses to the world. President Trump made […]

German E-Mobility Headed For Wall…”Ecological Performance Of The E-Car Is Truly Miserable!”

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe online site of DW German public broadcasting has a report on electric cars, which are deemed by many as the solution to all of the climate’s and environment’s ills. Turns out this is hardly the case – at least in Germany. Over the past weeks much scorn has been aimed at Germany’s mighty […]

Germany Experts Revise (Junk) Model Projections For Summer Precipitation After String Of Failures

Share this…FacebookTwitterSince the Met Office’s infamous prediction of “barbecue summers” and snowless winters, Germany’s “climate experts” too have made some awfully embarrassing and sorrowfully wrong model projections. For example they too predicted that Central Europe’s winters would become snowless and summers would be more like the 2003 summer: long stretches of heat and drought conditions. […]

New Study: Electric Vehicle Use Does Not Reduce CO2 Emissions

New Study: Electric Vehicle Use Does Not Reduce CO2 Emissions

Share this…FacebookTwitterNegligible 4.9% Emissions Difference Between EVs And Petroleum Vehicles   According to a new paper published in the journal Issues in Science and Technology entitled “Electric Vehicles: Climate Saviors, Or Not?”, driving an electric vehicle (EV) rather than a conventional petroleum-powered vehicle effectively does nothing to reduce global-scale CO2 emissions. This is because charging EVs […]

New Studies Show Oceans Absorbing Atmospheric CO2 …”Putting Brakes On Climate Change”

Share this…FacebookTwitterSouth Polar Sea removing large quantities of CO2 from the atmosphere By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) About half of the CO2 emitted by man gets absorbed by the oceans and so does not stay in the atmosphere. Here there are certain areas of the ocean that […]

Climate Models Out Of Whack …Also Warming From Arctic Soot Underestimated

Share this…FacebookTwitterWhat follows is another report on how it’s “back-to-the drawing-board” for climate models. ============================================== Climate models underestimate soot amounts and their warming effect in the Arctic By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translation/editing of German text by P Gosselin) Soot (black carbon aerosol) is a climate warming aerosol. Some years ago we […]

4 New Papers: Modern Warming Is Substantially Artificial, Traced To Urbanization, Bias

4 New Papers: Modern Warming Is Substantially Artificial, Traced To Urbanization, Bias

Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists: Temperature Data Contamination Accounts For 33% – 75% Of Modern Warming Urban heat from paved roads, buildings, and machinery can artificially inflate temperatures substantially above measured temperatures from non-urban areas.  This introduces a significant non-climatic warming bias into long-term records. Heat from an urban (or highly populated) environment can artificially raise temperatures by as […]

Sea Level Rise At German Coast Slowing, Contradicting German DWD Weather Service Hysteria

Share this…FacebookTwitterManfred Knake here at the European Institute For Climate And Energy (EIKE) writes that the sea level at the German coasts is not rising as fast as Germany’s DWD national weather service would like the public to believe it is. lately press releases related to climate by the DWD have been bordering on hysteria. […]

Spate Of Recent Papers: Climate Models Still Unable To Reproduce Even Most Fundamental Cycles!

Share this…FacebookTwitterCan we really afford this? Model failures with ocean cycles By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translation/editing of German text by P Gosselin) The 60-year ocean cycles govern global temperature development. Yet climate models are still unable to reproduce the empirically well established relationship. Naturally this is all very embarrassing and has […]

Swiss Daily, German Scientist Slam Reporting U of Exeter Antarctic Findings… “An Abuse Of Science”!

Share this…FacebookTwitterA commentary appearing here at the Swiss Baseler Zeitung (BAZ) slams a recently published British paper on moss growth in Antarctica that gave the impression the south polar continent was greening up due to climate change. The BAZ writes that the paper is an example of “how today science is manipulated and used for political […]

Scientists Find At Least 75% Of The Earth Has Not Warmed In Recent Decades

Scientists Find At Least 75% Of The Earth Has Not Warmed In Recent Decades

Share this…FacebookTwitter The ‘Real Proxy’ Temperature Record  Hints Near-Global Cooling Has Begun As a new scientific paper (Turney et al., 2017) indicates, the Southern Ocean encompasses 14% of the Earth’s surface.  And according to regional temperature measurements that have apparently not been subjected to warming “corrections” by data adjusters, the Southern Ocean has been cooling in […]

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