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Latest Data Show NO SEA LEVEL RISE ACCELERATION Since 1993...Coasts: Less Than 2 Millimeters Rise Annually!

Latest Data Show NO SEA LEVEL RISE ACCELERATION Since 1993…Coasts: Less Than 2 Millimeters Rise Annually!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSatellite Data Show No Acceleration In Sea Level Rise Over Past 25 Years Image: NASA Earth Observatory  (public domain) Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt today here are asking how sea level rise is doing because as have not heard much about it lately. A good place to start is at Climate4You. Strangely the […]

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Germany’s Latest Media-Feigned “Nitrogen Dioxide” Hysteria Is Just Another “Dihydrogen-Monoxide” Moment

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNow that it has been revealed German carmakers BMW, Volkswagen and Daimler had an organization test the effects of diesel fumes on monkeys, and in a separate test nitrogen dioxide on humans, Germany’s politicians and media are all falling over themselves feigning outrage and moral indignation. Such fools. Of course the media did not hesitate to make […]

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New Study: Caribou Herds Currently Declining Due To A COOLING Arctic Climate

New Study: Caribou Herds Currently Declining Due To A COOLING Arctic Climate

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Scientists: A Warm Arctic Benefits Its Inhabitants  Contrary to the claims of anthropogenic global warming (AGW) advocates, the Arctic climate naturally warms and cools in a decadal-scale oscillatory fashion and in response to broad changes in the North Atlantic Oscillation and Arctic Oscillation.  The climate does not just warm in a long-term linear pattern […]

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40-Year Meteorologist Rejects Warming The Cause Of Brutal Cold Snaps! And: La Nina Conditions Over Entire 2018

40-Year Meteorologist Rejects Warming The Cause Of Brutal Cold Snaps! And: La Nina Conditions Over Entire 2018

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAt his latest Weatherbell Analytics Saturday Summary, 40-year veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi lays out what’s behind the next brutal blast of cold and snow that’s coming to North America over the next weeks: Temperature anomaly forecast for February 7 – 12, 2018, for North America. Chart: NCEP. It’s due to naturally occurring cycles, he says. […]

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Adjusted Upwards...German CO2 Equivalent Emissions Rise (Again) In 2016...No Reduction Since 2009!

Adjusted Upwards…German CO2 Equivalent Emissions Rise (Again) In 2016…No Reduction Since 2009!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s CO2 equivalent emissions revised upward for 2016. The country has barely seen any reduction in greenhouse gas emissions so far this decade but has seen its power prices skyrocket and power grid become far more unstable. According to Germany’s Ministry of Environment here (UBA), emissions of “climate gases” rose again in 2016, from […]

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Unstable Green Power Grids: German ARD Television Tells Citizens To Start Getting Used To Blackouts!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFlagship ARD public television here broadcast a report on the state of the German power grid, which until about some 15 years ago was by far among the world’s most stable. But those days are now gone, thanks to volatile green energies. The ARD report basically tells German citizens and industry that they need to […]

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Veteran Hurricane Forecasting Guru Predicts 2018 Season Could Even Be Worse Than Last Year’s Destructive Season

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFormer NOAA, veteran meteorologist David Dilley of Global Weather Oscillations predicts the coming 2018 hurricane season could be even worse than 2017’s already harsh season. The reason: natural cycles have the Atlantic in an active phase. Image: NASA, public domain. Last year Dilley predicted already in February that the southern tip of Florida would be […]

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Groundbreaking AGW-Undermining Study: Greenland's Warming, Ice Loss Due To Geothermal Heat

Groundbreaking AGW-Undermining Study: Greenland’s Warming, Ice Loss Due To Geothermal Heat

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Share this…FacebookTwitter‘Several Thousand’ Hot (60°C) Springs ‘All Over’ Greenland Melt The Ice Sheet From Bottom Up A few years ago, 10 glaciologists publishing in the journal Nature Geoscience asserted that “large parts of the north-central Greenland ice sheet are melting from below” due to high geothermal heat flux forcing (Rogozhina et al., 2016). In a new paper […]

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Predictions Of Snowless Winters Go Down In Flames As Northern Hemisphere Gets Buried Under Ice

Predictions Of Snowless Winters Go Down In Flames As Northern Hemisphere Gets Buried Under Ice

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWe all remember how some scientists (David Viner and Mojib Latif, for example) boldly announced some 18 years ago that snow and ice at latitudes 40 – 55°N would become rare. Yet looking at the latest data, we see that ironically it’s bare ground that has become “a thing of the past”. Spiegel science […]

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3 New (2018) Papers Link Modern Warming And Past Cooling Periods To High, Low Solar Activity

3 New (2018) Papers Link Modern Warming And Past Cooling Periods To High, Low Solar Activity

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Graph Source: Herrera et al., 2015 Graph Source: Russell et al., 2010 1.  Oliva et al., 2018 Cold period during 1645–1706 (Maunder solar minimum).  Cold period during 1810–1838 (Dalton solar minimum).  Warm period during the mid-20th and 21st centuries (modern solar maximum).   LIA  [Little Ice Age] was characterized by a cold phase having […]

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German Public Television Carries Out Textbook Propaganda Hit On German Climate “Deniers”…”Used Every Trick”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnother winter North Sea storm struck Germany last Thursday, and naturally the alarmists and climate-downfall conspiracy nuts – among them flagship German public television – immediately mobilized to point the blame on manmade CO2 emissions. Linking skepticism to the right wing AfD party. Image cropped from rbb Kontraste. And because the right wing newcomers, the […]

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New Study: German Agreed 2050 CO2 Reductions Could Cost Astronomical $2.8 TRILLION By 2050!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt has long been dawning on most people that the costs of Germany’s Energiewende (transition to green energies) have been spectacularly underestimated. As Germany rushes into its foray with renewable energies, principally wind and sun, we are finding out that many of the costs involved were never taken into account. According to Die Welt: In […]

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