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Swiss Climate Institute Director: "Absurd" To Call CO2 "Pollutant...Main Culprit Behind Climate Change"

Swiss Climate Institute Director: “Absurd” To Call CO2 “Pollutant…Main Culprit Behind Climate Change”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new research institute in Switzerland set to rock the climate science boat…will investigate natural causes of climate change. Director calls claims CO2 the main driver and a pollutant “absurd”. Swiss institute director and climate scientist Hans-Joachim Dammschneider says natural factors in large part behind recent climate change. Photo credit: IFHGK The Swiss Basler Zeitung (BZ) […]

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Arctic Freezamageddon...Sea Ice Volume Surges 3 TRILLION Cubic Meters Since Early March!

Arctic Freezamageddon…Sea Ice Volume Surges 3 TRILLION Cubic Meters Since Early March!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterUsing a comparison, Japanese skeptic blogger Kirye at KiryeNet drives home how “the real Arctic sea ice volume is much higher than in 2008.” Source of images: DMI: http://ocean.dmi.dk Using images and data from the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), Kirye put together and posted a comparator showing the immense March/early April sea ice volume […]

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In 2015, Climate Scientists Wrecked Their Own CO2-Forced 'Polar Amplification' Narrative

In 2015, Climate Scientists Wrecked Their Own CO2-Forced ‘Polar Amplification’ Narrative

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCO2 emissions exert no detectable effect on Arctic, Antarctic temperatures. The Arctic region is no warmer in recent decades than it was some 80 years ago, or before CO2 emissions began rising significantly. Graph Source: Mikkelsen et al., 2018 According to the IPCC, the Arctic and Antarctic regions warm more than the rest of the […]

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EU Regulatory Madness ...New Rules Enacted To Regulate Color Of Bread, French Fries!

EU Regulatory Madness …New Rules Enacted To Regulate Color Of Bread, French Fries!

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Share this…FacebookTwitter…EU enacts law to regulate the color of potato and grain-based foods with the aim of protecting public from high cooking temperatures Too dark! EU now regulating bread color from baking at too high temperatures. Photo credit: Fritzs, Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported. The following should be a viewed as a shot across the […]

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Journalism On Thin Ice…New York Times Misses Ton Of Recent, Positive Findings In Polar Bear Story

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNew York Times journalist Erica Goode misses a mountain of polar bear research, instead lets herself get swept up by alarmist polar bear activism. The New York Times recently published an article penned by Erica Goode on the controversial Harvey et al paper, where 14 scientists (sophomorically) attacked polar bear researcher Susan Crockford and […]

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70+ Papers: Holocene Sea Levels 2 Meters Higher - Today's Sea Level Change Indistinguishable From Noise

70+ Papers: Holocene Sea Levels 2 Meters Higher – Today’s Sea Level Change Indistinguishable From Noise

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNote: This post will remain an extra day… ======================================= More than 70 recent scientific publications show that there is absolutely nothing unusual about the magnitude and rapidity of today’s sea level changes. These academically peer-reviewed papers show that sea levels were on average 2 meters higher earlier in the Holocene than they are today. […]

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Get Ready For the Big Sea Level Alarm Letdown!

Get Ready For the Big Sea Level Alarm Letdown!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterKenneth set to show in just minutes what a sham all the sea level rise alarmism really is. (Now busy setting the troll filter on high!) NASA photo – public domain Stay tuned! 🙂 Share this…FacebookTwitter

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Array Of Data Shows Atmospheric Temperatures In Free Fall, Ocean Surfaces Cooling Off

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSchneefan at German weather and climate analysis site wobleibtdieerderwaermung.de here brings us the latest on atmospheric temperatures. First we note that the middle troposphere (7,500 meters) as measured by NASA has seen recently a sharp cooling off since the start of April: The chart shows the daily mean temperature at about 7,500 meters altitude, i.e. […]

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If Stress Is A Killer, Then Why Do People In High Stress Countries Like Japan Live So Long?

If Stress Is A Killer, Then Why Do People In High Stress Countries Like Japan Live So Long?

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt’s the food, stupid! Something off topic today, and intended as food for thought. It’s my infrequent post on nutrition. Yes, I also would like my readers to be healthy and happy. Stress, lifestyle, pollution are over-rated factors In western societies, when asked why so many people are getting sick with chronic diseases today, […]

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New Paper: Seismic Changes Signal 95% Probability Global Temps Will Hit 1990s Levels By 2019

New Paper: Seismic Changes Signal 95% Probability Global Temps Will Hit 1990s Levels By 2019

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMid-Ocean Seismicity Portends Global Cooling Image Source: Viterito, 2016 Since the peak of the 2016 El Niño warming event, global temperatures have fallen by a little more than 0.3°C. Image Source: WoodForTrees.org According to a new paper published in Environment Pollution and Climate Change by Dr. Arthur Viterito, changes in seismic activity from the Earth’s […]

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Climatic Cycles Globally…Spitzbergen Weather Records Show It Was Just As Warm 70 Years Ago!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHey, we just saw something similar from Japan. =============================================== On Spitzbergen it was as warm 70 years ago as it is today By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated by P Gosselin) Newspapers like to write about heat and melt records in the Arctic, which supposedly had never happened before. That […]

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Hot Days Near Tokyo Today Not More Than 70 Years Ago...No Trend Since 1926!

Hot Days Near Tokyo Today Not More Than 70 Years Ago…No Trend Since 1926!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFirst a note: If you haven’t already picked up a copy of the The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change, please do get your hands on one. According to its author Marc Morano, people have been snatching them up and a third printing has started. The book even made the Amazon top 100 best […]

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