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Europe Facing Coldest March In Years, Global Surface Temperatures Cool..."Bad Times" For Warming Alarmists

Europe Facing Coldest March In Years, Global Surface Temperatures Cool…”Bad Times” For Warming Alarmists

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHere at NTZ we are glad to see that German weather and climate blogger Schneefan is back from his hiatus and this week he presents a couple of interesting posts, here and here. Cold to grip Europe for rest of month First he writes that the latest weather models and patterns are now pointing to an extended […]

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Another AGW Epic Fail: New Paper Finds Appalachians Have Been Dramatically COOLING Since 1910

Another AGW Epic Fail: New Paper Finds Appalachians Have Been Dramatically COOLING Since 1910

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Share this…FacebookTwitter A new scientific study says surface temperatures in the Northeastern U.S. (Appalachian Mountains) have undergone a significant long-term cooling trend since the early 20th century, complicating the detection of a clear anthropogenic global warming (AGW) signal for the region. According to Eck (2018), the two coldest Appalachian winters since 1910 were recorded in […]

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Greed Energy…Endangered Black Stork Nest Blocking Wind Park Construction Gets Criminally Destroyed

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Share this…FacebookTwitterConservationist/wind-energy protest group Rettet den Odenwald (Save the Forest of Odes) here writes that yet another endangered stork nest was recently destroyed at the forested location near a proposed JuWi wind park. Controversy swirls over German wind park builder JuWi Normally the clearing of forest land to make way for industry is required to […]

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Powerful Opposition To ‘Energiewende’ Storms Into German Parliament… “Eco-Populist Voodoo”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGreen energy opposition becoming formidable force in Germany As Germany’s established CDU and SPD “mainstream” parties find themselves imploding, the smaller parties who oppose Germany’s out-of-control Energiewende (transition to green energies) are rapidly becoming a formidable force and making their presence felt in Germany’s national parliament like never before. For example Germany’s FDP Free […]

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The Epic Failure Of Glacier-Melt, Sea Level Rise Alarmism Continues To Bespoil Climate Science

The Epic Failure Of Glacier-Melt, Sea Level Rise Alarmism Continues To Bespoil Climate Science

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Share this…FacebookTwitter A Disgraceful Chasm Between Real-World Observations & Climate Science Reporting Injecting frightening scenarios into climate science reporting  has seemingly become a requisite for publication. In a new Nature Geoscience editorial, a common scare tactic is utilized by the (unidentified) author so as to grab readers’ attention. Nature Geoscience, 2018 The East Antarctic ice sheet […]

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Land Of The Rising Cold ...Japan Sees One Of Its Worst Winters In Decades ...Heavy Snow And Bitter Cold

Land Of The Rising Cold …Japan Sees One Of Its Worst Winters In Decades …Heavy Snow And Bitter Cold

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA few days ago I posted on how brutal cold and snow were gripping the northern hemisphere from every direction. Prominently featured was the western Pacific country of Japan. “Amazingly cold” Not only had it been cold and brutal in January, but the story was the same already back in mid December as well, […]

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New Paleoclimate Findings Show Medieval Warm Period Across Africa And Arabia…Natural Climate Drivers

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPaleoclimate data still spotty and incomplete, leaving climate models vague, uncalibrated and filled with uncertainty Paleo-climatological data, used for the reconstruction of past climate from proxy records such as ice cores, tree rings, sediment cores etc., have not had adequate geographical coverage. Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania, where a sediment core was extracted. Credit: Andreas31, CC BY-SA 3.0. […]

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Europe Cooling…Weather Service Data Show Falling January Mean Temperatures Over Past 30 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterJosef Kowatsch and Stefan Kämpfe at the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) here have been looking at temperatures in Central Europe, foremost Germany, over the past 30 years. Heavy snow blankets Germany in January, 2018. Photo: Stefan Kämpfe The German media like to say that Germany has been warming rapidly due to […]

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20 New Papers Crush Claims Of A Man-Made Link To Arctic Climate Change, Glacier Retreat, Sea Ice

20 New Papers Crush Claims Of A Man-Made Link To Arctic Climate Change, Glacier Retreat, Sea Ice

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnthropogenic Influence On Arctic Climate ‘Too Small To Be Detected’ Source: Haine, 2016 The evidence compiled in scientific papers continues to rapidly accumulate. An anthropogenic signal in the regional Arctic climate is still too small to be detected. Temperature, glacier melt, and sea ice changes are all well within the range of natural variation for […]

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PIK Potsdam Climate Institute Emerges As A Non-Credible Outlier When It Comes To Hurricanes

PIK Potsdam Climate Institute Emerges As A Non-Credible Outlier When It Comes To Hurricanes

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHurricane activity trend declines significantly over the past 65 years Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt posted here yesterday results showing that  hurricane activity has decreased over the past decades, despite all the hysteria we’ve been hearing from the usual suspects. Data and studies show that Potsdam Institute thinly veiled claims that hurricanes are […]

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Bitter Cold In Every Direction...Harsh Winter Conditions Grip Northern Hemisphere As Globe Cools

Bitter Cold In Every Direction…Harsh Winter Conditions Grip Northern Hemisphere As Globe Cools

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNever mind the severe cold hitting the Super Bowl this year, or scientists lecturing us on global warming while their host resort Davos got buried in snow. There’s been a lot of cold gripping all over the northern hemisphere this winter – much more than many of us expected. Europe has also joined in […]

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Shock Paper Cites Formula That Precisely Calculates Planetary Temps WITHOUT Greenhouse Effect, CO2

Shock Paper Cites Formula That Precisely Calculates Planetary Temps WITHOUT Greenhouse Effect, CO2

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCO2 Climate Sensitivity So Low It’s ‘Impossible To Detect Or Measure In The Real Atmosphere’ “In particular, formula 5 (and 6) as presented here, totally rules out any possibility that a 33°C greenhouse effect of the type proposed by the IPCC in their reports can exist in the real atmosphere.” – Holmes, 2017 In a […]

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