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By Kenneth Richard on 30. April 2018
Share this… Facebook Twitter ⇑ Wind Power Installation Amplifies The Growth Of Fossil Fuel Energies “[A]s RES [renewable energy sources] increases, the expected decreasing tendency in the installed capacity of electricity generation from fossil fuels has not been found.” – Marques et al., 2018 In late 2012, a prophetic article appeared in the Los Angeles Times that […]
By P Gosselin on 29. April 2018
Share this… Facebook TwitterI’ve decided to take the day off from blogging today (April 29) on account it’s my birthday. Kenneth will be posting tomorrow and I’ll be back on Tuesday. Have a nice Sunday everyone! Share this… Facebook Twitter
Solar Activity Flat Lines…Cycle 24 Weakest In 200 Years…Link To Recent Northern Hemisphere Ice Rebound?
By P Gosselin on 28. April 2018
Share this… Facebook TwitterAs the current solar cycle nears an end, it will go down as the weakest in close to 200 years. And as inhabitants of the northern hemisphere dig themselves out of an especially icy and snowy winter and Arctic sea ice rebounds, it may all be in part linked to low solar […]
By P Gosselin on 27. April 2018
Share this… Facebook TwitterThe pressure and rush to go green: The technical integrity of Germany’s offshore wind parks gets cast into doubt after a wind turbine comes apart after just 8 years of operation. North Sea wind turbines may prove to be inadequately designed and thus unfit for safe operation. NDR German public television reported […]
By Kenneth Richard on 26. April 2018
Share this… Facebook Twitter Arctic Sea Ice Extent Higher During 1954-2001 Than Almost Any Period In The Last 9,000 Years During the Roman Warm Period ~2,000 years ago, sea levels were significantly higher than they are now. Modern coastlines are 2 miles down from where they were during the Roman invasion of Britain in 43 AD, strongly […]
By P Gosselin on 25. April 2018
Share this… Facebook TwitterGerman scientists Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt — and new recent studies — show climate models have a long way to go before they can be used for advising policymakers. Climate sciences cannot reliably advise policymakers as long as model uncertainties cannot be reduced By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt […]
Germany’s Wind Energy Mess: As Subsidies Expire, Thousands Of Turbines To Shut Down…Environmental Nightmare!
By P Gosselin on 24. April 2018
Share this… Facebook TwitterAs older turbines see subsidies expire, thousands are expected to be taken offline due to lack of profitability. Green nightmare: Wind park operators eye shipping thousands of tons of wind turbine litter to third world countries – and leaving their concrete rubbish in the ground. The Swiss national daily Baseler Zeitung here recently reported […]
12 New Papers Affirm A 21st Century Cessation Of Arctic Warming And A Rapid Cooling Across Antarctica
By Kenneth Richard on 23. April 2018
Share this… Facebook TwitterWhere’s The Anthropogenic Signal? Since 2000s, An Arctic Warming & Sea Ice Pause … Cooling In Antarctica … Undermine AGW Claims It was 3 years ago when scientists first began documenting the pause in Arctic sea ice decline that began in 2007. While detailing the potential for “cherry-picking” such a short span […]
Slew Of Recent Published Findings Show Man’s Share Of Arctic Ice Melt Grossly Exaggerated, And Uncertain!
By P Gosselin on 22. April 2018
Share this… Facebook TwitterHalf a dozen recent papers show that man’s responsibility for Arctic ice melt has in reality been grossly exaggerated and that Arctic sea ice science is fraught with far greater uncertainty than what we are often led to believe. One paper even notes that Arctic sea ice decline could be over. Alarmists […]
By P Gosselin on 21. April 2018
Share this… Facebook TwitterMichael Kruger at German skeptic site Science Skeptical here writes about how solar energy indutry in Germany has disintegrated spectacularly. What follows are 4 charts that show us some shocking trends, and how in reality the German solar industry has seen a bloodbath that can be rated as one of the worst […]
Prominent Japanese Scientist Reiterates: “Sun Is Main Climate Driver”…Manmade “Global Warming A Hoax”!
By P Gosselin on 20. April 2018
Share this… Facebook TwitterSkeptic climate science news also from Japan I’ve been regularly bringing you climate and energy news from Germany, with Kenneth in USA posting on the latest science. Now NoTricksZone is happy to report we are also working with skeptic Japanese climate blogger Kirye, who runs KiryeNet. This means we’ll also be occasionally presenting […]
By Kenneth Richard on 19. April 2018
Share this… Facebook TwitterClimate Scientists Recant Only 50% Of Recent Arctic Warming & Sea Ice Loss Is Human-Caused Image Source: Climate4you The Arctic region was the largest contributor to the positive slope in global temperatures in recent decades. Consequently, the anomalously rapid warming in the Arctic region (that occurred prior to 2005) has been weighted […]