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2017 First Half Global Natural Catastrophe Damage Drops More Than 63%!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMunich Re stumped: wonders why damages from natural catastrophes have fallen dramatically By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt) (translated/edited by P Gosselin) One of the most often named consequences of climate change is the prognosticated increase in extreme weather damage. At the forefront stood the insurance companies which loudly warned and thus […]

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Russian Scientists Find ‘Appreciable Contribution’ From Natural Variability, Solar Forcing To Recent Warming

Russian Scientists Find ‘Appreciable Contribution’ From Natural Variability, Solar Forcing To Recent Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMost Of Warming Trend Since 1980s Is Naturally Driven, Not CO2-Driven According to a new statistical analysis of centennial-scale surface temperature changes, half (0.5 °C) of the warming trend over the last 135 years (0.95 °C) can be explained by both (a) the existence of commonly-occurring natural (non-anthropogenic) variations of temperature that can reach […]

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Unanticipated Stability: Latest Polar Conditions Show No Signs Of Global Warming Melting

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWeather and climate analyst Schneefan here writes of “early frost” in the Arctic and how Greenland snow and ice have grown after being hit by a “snow bomb”. This contradicts the expectations of global warming alarmists. The polar summer this year appears to have ended prematurely. The mean temperature of the central Arctic above […]

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WUWT "One Of The Most Radical Climate-Denier Blogs" ...Their Purpose: "Permanently Produce Fake News"

WUWT “One Of The Most Radical Climate-Denier Blogs” …Their Purpose: “Permanently Produce Fake News”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHere’s a good example of how climate alarmists and leftists in Germany react when confronted with different opinions or the truth. It just illustrates the brand of radicalism we’re up against. Last week on August 8 Germany’s top climate alarmism propaganda site Klimaretter (Climate Rescuers) here reported on the “explosive” US government climate report that was […]

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35 New Papers Affirm Warmth, Elevated CO2 Are Good For The Earth And Its Inhabitants

35 New Papers Affirm Warmth, Elevated CO2 Are Good For The Earth And Its Inhabitants

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Future Global Warming Scenarios ‘Potentially Beneficial’, Cooling May Cause Ecological ‘Declines’ Fan et al., 2017 “Our data suggest that future global warming scenarios would potentially be beneficial for the hydrological and ecological conditions of the EASM [East Asian Summer Monsoon] margin, while small decreases in the precipitation and temperature superimposed on the long-term […]

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The 2017 ‘Global Warming Reality Check’: Experts Now Forecasting La Niña Conditions!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSchneefan at wobleibtdieerderwaermung.de here does a good job summarizing weather and climate trends. His latest focuses on the ENSO, which is a powerful Pacific driver of global weather. Earlier this year a number of experts projected that another El Niño would appear later this year, and thus keep global temperatures elevated and thus end […]

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Near Record Cold Grips Tokyo, Far East ...And Typhoons Trending Downward Since 1951!

Near Record Cold Grips Tokyo, Far East …And Typhoons Trending Downward Since 1951!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnd here I don’t mean the frosty atmosphere created by fat boy, Big Kim in NoKo. Our skeptic in Japan, Kirye, informs us at Twitter that Tokyo saw its coldest August 11 in almost 60 years. She writes: Not only Japan, Western Europe and USA are seeing cold weather, but New Zealand as well […]

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Expert Software Engineer Calls Level Of Fraud In Leaked US Gov Climate Report "Sickening"

Expert Software Engineer Calls Level Of Fraud In Leaked US Gov Climate Report “Sickening”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSoftware engineering expert Tony Heller has put out a video blasting recent claims made in report by U.S. government officials. In the video below Heller, who also operates the influential Real Climate Science site here, says that there is an “extremely high probability of fraud by government climate scientists” regarding the recently “exclusively obtained” […]

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Leading Heat Transfer Physicists/Geologists Assert The Impact Of CO2 Emissions On Climate Is 'Negligible'

Leading Heat Transfer Physicists/Geologists Assert The Impact Of CO2 Emissions On Climate Is ‘Negligible’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTextbook Details Robust Planetary Theory Explaining Climate Change Without CO2 Wiley Textbook Image Source The increasingly corroborated atmospheric mass pressure (gravity) explanation for variances in planetary temperatures – which precludes a significant role for CO2 concentration changes – has now advanced from peer-reviewed scientific journals to university-level textbooks. The “adiabatic theory” of the greenhouse effect […]

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Latest Storm/Damage Data: Alarmists' Predictions Have Near-Zero Accuracy...Dead Wrong

Latest Storm/Damage Data: Alarmists’ Predictions Have Near-Zero Accuracy…Dead Wrong

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAt Twitter hurricane expert Philip Klotzbach recently tweeted a couple of charts which are certainly worthy of mentioning again. The first one helps to tell us why some people may think Atlantic hurricanes have become more frequent. Today the detection and monitoring technology allows constant, 100% coverage, and so every single storm gets picked […]

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Distinguished Belgian Scientist, Leading European Critic Of Climate Alarmism, Dies Suddenly

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Share this…FacebookTwitterVery sad news. One of Europe’s most vocal critics of the climate alarmism movement, lecturer and chemist Prof. Istvan Marko, recently passed away on July 31, 2017. Not only was Prof. Markó a distinguished scientist and researcher, but also a noted critic of authoritarian governments, climate alarmism and a fighter for human liberty. Born in Hungary in […]

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Since 1993, Greenland's Ice Sheet Melt Has Added Just 0.39 Of A Centimeter To Global Sea Levels

Since 1993, Greenland’s Ice Sheet Melt Has Added Just 0.39 Of A Centimeter To Global Sea Levels

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Share this…FacebookTwitterExposing ‘Staggering’ Ice Sheet Melt Deceptions In recent months, two new papers published in The Cryosphere have provided a condensed summary of the ice-melt and sea-level-rise consequences of global warming for the Arctic region. 1.  Between 1900 and 2010, the Greenland Ice Sheet (GIS) has melted so extensively and so rapidly that the GIS ice-melt […]

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