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Top Climate Scientist: CO2 Model Assumptions “Invalid”…”Natural Climatic Variations Dominate”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe addition of an esteemed Norwegian climate scientist to the London-based GWPF will help bring some sobriety back to a science that has all too often been immersed in alarmism. The London-based Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) recently announced Professor Ole Humlum of Norway was joining its Academic Advisory Council. This brings another persuasive […]

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A Kind Request...

A Kind Request…

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDear Readers, Please let’s leave the name-calling aside. It really does not make any positive contribution at all. We all feel the frustration in the debate as we have two sides entrenched with only a few people daring to take a position between all the flying arrows. From now on Kenneth and I will […]

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Ex-NOAA Climate Scientist: 'No Role Of  CO2 In Any Significant Change Of The Earth’s Climate'

Ex-NOAA Climate Scientist: ‘No Role Of CO2 In Any Significant Change Of The Earth’s Climate’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSolar Magnetic Field, Cosmic Rays/Clouds → Climate CO2 Has A ‘Zero Net Effect’ Dr. Rex J. Fleming, a former  NOAA climate scientist who earned both his Master’s and Ph.D in meteorology, has published a new paper in the Environmental Earth Sciences journal that details the lack of an identifiable causal relationship between CO2 concentration changes and Earth’s temperature changes.  […]

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German Daily ‘Die Welt’ Announces: President Trump/USA “World’s Most Successful Climate Protector”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt turns out that the country that got attacked the most for backing out of the Paris Accord happens to be the one that reduced CO2 emissions the most last year, writes Die Welt’s energy journalist, Daniel Wetzel, who wrote: Now the results are in: No country in the world saved more CO2 in […]

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Antarctic Temperature Data Contradict Global Warming..."Much Warmer" 105 Years Ago!

Antarctic Temperature Data Contradict Global Warming…”Much Warmer” 105 Years Ago!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGrowing sea ice Despite all the alarmist claims of an Antarctic meltdown, it is well known that the trend for sea ice extent at the South Pole has been one of growing ice rather than shrinking ice over the past 4 decades. Naturally many factors influence polar sea ice extent, such as weather patterns, […]

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During The 800s-1300s AD, Wine Grapes Were Grown At Latitudes Where Polar Bears Now Roam

During The 800s-1300s AD, Wine Grapes Were Grown At Latitudes Where Polar Bears Now Roam

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Share this…FacebookTwitter1-2°C Warmer Medieval Times Supported Wine   Vineyards In Russia, Norway, N England (55°N)   Image Source: Wikipedia – public domain image Canada’s stable-to-increasing polar bear population extends its range slightly further south of the 55th parallel (York et al., 2016). Image Source: York et al., 2016 According to published geological evidence from the 1950s, […]

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Climate Skepticism Storms Into Germany's Bundestag As Parliamentarians More Concerned About Getting Out Of Town!

Climate Skepticism Storms Into Germany’s Bundestag As Parliamentarians More Concerned About Getting Out Of Town!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHappy Easter! Germany’s right-wing AfD party and (at times) the FDP Free Democrats, are the only parties across the German political landscape who are challenging climate change science and the country’s much maligned Energiewende. Of course the media in Germany, where man-made climate disaster is accepted as fact, tries to use this to portray skeptics as […]

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