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From “Solar Valley To Death Valley”… How Germany’s Solar Industry Imploded – German Autos Next To Go?

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s once highly praised solar equipment production industry has disintegrated, and now politicians are poised to make the same happen to its automobile industry. German leaders risk running German industry into the ground, warns German publicist Dirk Maxeiner. Photo credit: Achgut.com. Promised solar paradise for former communist East Germany With its center in former […]

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Meteorologist Joe Bastardi Shows How Texas Climatologist's Permadrought Predictions Flopped

Meteorologist Joe Bastardi Shows How Texas Climatologist’s Permadrought Predictions Flopped

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOn April 22, 2015, Katherine Hayhoe declared that permanent drought was the future for the Texas Panhandle and that part of the nation’s beef supply would get increasingly strained. All the talk was about Texas having entered a state of permadrought with no relief in sight. Now let’s fast-forward ahead 3 years to 2018. In […]

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GRACE Satellite Measurements Show Models For Water Storage Trends Have Been Useless So Far!

GRACE Satellite Measurements Show Models For Water Storage Trends Have Been Useless So Far!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA recently published paper appearing in the PNAS authored by Bridget R. Scanlon et al reveals that calculations of water storage in many river basins from commonly used global computer models differ markedly from storage estimates from GRACE satellites. Source: PNAS, Bridget R. Scanlon et al Because we increasingly rely on models to project […]

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Another Climate Scientist Finds A 'Robust Solar Signal on Climate' With Solar-ENSO 'Phase-Locking'

Another Climate Scientist Finds A ‘Robust Solar Signal on Climate’ With Solar-ENSO ‘Phase-Locking’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPublishing her work in a new peer-reviewed scientific textbook, Dr. Indrani Roy, a solar and climate scientist, has determined there is a “robust solar signal on climate” with observational results affirming the solar signature on sea surface temperature and annual mean air temperature. Roy, 2018 Solar Influence Around Various Places: Robust Solar Signal on Climate “This […]

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Wind Projects Increasingly Risky, Ontario Says “Nein” To $60 Million German Wind Park Project!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAccording to the online business daily Handelsblatt, German green energy hustlers and creditors are fuming over the Ontario government’s decision to halt the 54 million euro White Pines wind energy project by Bremen Germany-based WPD. Wind energy opponents, environmentalists celebrate Wind energy opponents, who have grown in strength worldwide, view the recent development as a major […]

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New Paper: 54% Of 'Vulnerable' SW Pacific Islands Studied Had Shorelines That EXPANDED From 2005-2015

New Paper: 54% Of ‘Vulnerable’ SW Pacific Islands Studied Had Shorelines That EXPANDED From 2005-2015

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite a rapid local sea level rise rate nearly 3 times the global mean (1.8 mm/yr), 15 of 28 studied atoll islands in the southwest Pacific increased in shoreline area during 2005 to 2015 according to a new study (Hisabayashi et al., 2018). For the 3 islands that experienced extreme shoreline erosion – with […]

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German Scientists: Chris Folland's Findings On Climate Models "Good For a Loud Laugh"..."Pulling Tricks Like Troopers"

German Scientists: Chris Folland’s Findings On Climate Models “Good For a Loud Laugh”…”Pulling Tricks Like Troopers”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterJust add volcanic dust whenever climate models some cooling Original image by NASA By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) The temperature of the last 100 years was also the topic of a new publication by Folland et al. 2018. The authors are very much at home in the […]

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Swiss Meteorologist Calls Media Claims Of Germany Extreme Heat "Complete Nonsense"

Swiss Meteorologist Calls Media Claims Of Germany Extreme Heat “Complete Nonsense”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe warm summer Europe is seeing is causing the desperate climate ambulance chasers to overheat and scream about how it’s all so unusual and that more human climate misery lurks just around the next corner. Swiss meteorologist Jörg Kachelmann says media claims of extreme heat in Germany are “nonsense”. Photo: weather.us. lately parts of northern […]

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Antarctic ‘Catastrophic Ice Sheet Collapse’ Alarmism Gets Axed In 2 New Scientific Papers

Antarctic ‘Catastrophic Ice Sheet Collapse’ Alarmism Gets Axed In 2 New Scientific Papers

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNewly published science reveals scientists grossly underestimated the timescales for land uplift in compensating for Western Antarctica ice mass loss, leading them to conclude “the ice sheet may stabilize against catastrophic collapse” (Barletta et al., 2018).  Furthermore, even if the most vulnerable ice shelves in the Antarctic Peninsula did collapse completely, the total ice […]

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Europe Drought Not Due To Climate Change Says Austria's ZAMG

Europe Drought Not Due To Climate Change Says Austria’s ZAMG

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNorthwest Europe has been awfully dry since April this year, and Germany is on track to set a new record for most days over 30°C this year. Real experts says it’s due to natural cycles. Moreover, acute drought conditions have taken hold across parts of northern Europe and the situation threatens to significantly worsen […]

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Charlatans Of The Arctic... Laughing Stock Ice-Free-Arctic Predictions ...Fake Science At Its Best

Charlatans Of The Arctic… Laughing Stock Ice-Free-Arctic Predictions …Fake Science At Its Best

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBrimstone and fire predictions of an ice-free Arctic made 10 years ago by leading scientists, politicians and media outlets are emerging today as preposterous. Recently climate catastrophe non-believers have been pointing out that Arctic sea ice volume has been gaining over the past years and has not trended downward for some dozen years now. […]

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False Alarm: New Study Finds Global Ocean Warmed By 0.02°C From 1994-2013, With Cooling Below 3600m

False Alarm: New Study Finds Global Ocean Warmed By 0.02°C From 1994-2013, With Cooling Below 3600m

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new analysis of top-to-bottom (0-5000 m) ocean heat content changes since the mid-1990s reveals that (a) large regions of the global ocean have undergone cooling, and (b) the overall net temperature change for 1994-2013 was a modest 0.02°C.  In contrast, during the Holocene the oceans naturally warmed at a rate and magnitude several […]

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