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German Energy Policy Gone Lost: “Energiewende Has Failed,” Writes Leading Environmentalist

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn an opinion piece at the Mittel Bayerische daily, Harry Neumann, National Chairman of the environmental group Naturschutzinitiative e.V. declares Germany’s Energiewende (transition to renewable energies) a failure and writes: “The wind power industry and nature protection cannot be reconciled.” Moreover Germany’s EEG green energy feed-in act is doing more harm than good, writes […]

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25 Papers: Natural Forcing Explains Why The Globe's Oceans Have Been Recently Warming AND Cooling

25 Papers: Natural Forcing Explains Why The Globe’s Oceans Have Been Recently Warming AND Cooling

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Share this…FacebookTwitter  In assessing the global-scale trends in near-surface (0-20 m) ocean temperatures between 1900 and 2010, Gouretski et al. (2012) determined that the world’s oceans warmed by about 1.1°C between 1900 and 1945 (~0.24°C per decade), but then only warmed by an additional net 0.3°C between 1945 and 2010 (~0.046°C per decade), including a […]

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Review Of Climate Models Show They Are Unreliable For Forecasting…”So Much Disappointment”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBefore getting to the subject of climate models, first two small points worth bringing up: Eco-Trumpism spreading Firstly, it appears that Trump’s policies are sending powerful political impulses worldwide. For example ultra-alarmist German climate and energy site klimaretter here bemoans that leading socialist Sigmar Gabriel seems to be turning into an “Eco-Trump”. Gabriel actually […]

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Merkel Joins Trump In Blowing Off “One Planet” Climate Summit …German Leftists/ Greens Fume

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe extreme German leftists Die Linke (The Left) Party in Germany issued a press release blasting Angela Merkel’s decision not to personally attend the “One Planet Summit” in Paris. Apparently climate change is not an issue important enough for the German chancellor to devote her time to. Merkel “a total no-show” German Leftist Party climate […]

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More Research Points To “Temperature Decline In The Coming Decades And Centuries”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGeologist Dr. Norman Page left a comment which I’ve decided to upgrade to a post. In it he writes solar and La Nina observations fit well with his recent paper showing that climate is controlled by natural orbital and solar activity cycles. Dr. Page is among a growing number of scientists who share the general […]

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5 New Papers: Climate And Weather Events Become LESS Erratic And Severe During Warming Periods

5 New Papers: Climate And Weather Events Become LESS Erratic And Severe During Warming Periods

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Cooling, Not Warming, Leads To   Weather and Climate Instability  Image Source: Loisel et al., 2017 1. Significant Decreasing Trend In Severe Weather Since 1961 Zhang et al., 2017 Based on continuous and coherent severe weather reports from over 500 manned stations, for the first time, this study shows a significant decreasing trend in severe weather […]

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Weak Solar Activity And La Nina Forebode Cooling Temperatures For The Months Ahead

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Sun in November 2017 By Frank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated and edited by P Gosselin) In November the sun was unusually quiet with respect to activity. The observed sunspot number (SSN) was merely 5.7, which is only 14% of what is typically normal for month number 108 into the cycle. The […]

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Climate Science Defied…Extreme Rainfall Events In Arizona Have Decreased Over The Past 50 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterI lived in Arizona for a few years and I remember flash floods occurring regularly during the rainy summer season. Good to see things are getting less extreme there. Thanks, global warming! -PG =================================== Researchers surprised: extreme rainfall in Arizona has decreased over the past 50 years despite climate warming By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. […]

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Driving Electric Vehicles In China Increases CO2 Emissions...Driving Gasoline Vehicles In China Reduces CO2 Emissions

Driving Electric Vehicles In China Increases CO2 Emissions…Driving Gasoline Vehicles In China Reduces CO2 Emissions

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Share this…FacebookTwitterElectric Vehicle Emissions 27-50% Greater Than Internal Combustion Engine Vehicles Image: Qiao et al., 2017 Sales of electric vehicles (EV) in China have exploded in recent years. According to the New York Times (October, 2017), between 2014 and 2017, annual EV purchases by China’s citizens more than doubled, from 145,000 in 2014 to 295,000 (projected) […]

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"Giving Global Warming The Cold Shoulder"...Central European Winters Have Cooled Last 30 Years!

“Giving Global Warming The Cold Shoulder”…Central European Winters Have Cooled Last 30 Years!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWe’re always hearing from the European media how winters supposedly have been getting warmer. Yet when we look out the window and look at the hard data, the claim crumbles. Atlanta ice box, 8-15 cm of snow! Today snow is forecast across much of Europe. In the US Dr. Ryan Maue tweets if there […]

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Trump: Paris Climate Accord "One Of The Great Catastrophes" ...But Leaves Door Open For New Deal

Trump: Paris Climate Accord “One Of The Great Catastrophes” …But Leaves Door Open For New Deal

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPresident Donald Trump once again rejected “global governance” and rigid multi-nation trade deals before a packed and highly enthusiastic rally in Pensacola, Florida, yesterday. Donald Trump leaves door wide open to a fair climate deal. Photo credit: Shealah Craighead, public domain photo. The US President re-emphasized the importance of American national sovereignty and independence from […]

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Time Running Out For Global Warming Hoaxsters… 7 New Studies Show Large Parts Of Globe Cooling!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRecently I wrote about 7 signs showing that the earth has been cooling and likely will continue to cool. To back this up, Kenneth Richards commented in a reply that this year has seen 7 new peer-reviewed papers that show us that the earth’s surface temperature at the poles and elsewhere has been cooling […]

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