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By P Gosselin on 19. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterThe time in running out for the purveyors of the “rapidly accelerating sea level rise” scare story. Especially IPCC alarmist scientists like spreading scare stories about sea level rise, and how it’s accelerating. So far global CO2 emissions have in fact continued to climb at a rate that is defined as the “business as usual” […]
By P Gosselin on 18. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterNo matter how hard climate-catastrophe obsessed alarmists attempt to beat out a little doom from the data, their results still fall far way short of their projections. Moreover, the modest warming the planet has seen over the recent decades is tied more to natural cycles. One alarmist tweeted in response to one of my […]
By P Gosselin on 17. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterThe upcoming 6th IPCC Sixth Assessment Report will be a “comprehensive assessment of the science” related to climate change and published in 2022. However, don’t expect it to be “comprehensive” at all as hundreds of scientific publications showing profound impacts by sun and oceans will go ignored. Climate science has turned into a religion […]
By Kenneth Richard on 16. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterIn direct contrast with CO2-centric climate modeling, extensive paleoclimate evidence affirms that the Holocene climate has been far more variable in the past 12,000 years than during the relatively quiescent period we’ve enjoyed since the mid-19th century. In the absence of CO2 concentration changes or human interference, abrupt global cooling episodes led to agricultural […]
Global Sea Sea Surface Temperatures Have Seen “Pretty Dramatic Turnaround,” Says 40-Year Meteorologist!
By P Gosselin on 15. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitter40-year veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi at WeatherBell’s Saturday Summary shows how the Earth’s surface has cooled dramatically over the past three years and that Arctic sea ice is piling up. Hurricane threat to East Coast due to natural factors First at his most recent Saturday Summary, the 40-year meteorologist first warns that in-close developing […]
By P Gosselin on 14. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterAnother paper titled The Solar Wind and Climate: Evaluating the Influence of the Solar Wind on Temperature and Teleconnection Patterns Using Correlation Maps lends great support to the claim that solar activity plays a major role in driving the Earth’s climate, and that CO2’s impact is being grossly overstated. Hat-tip: Kirye. The paper, authored by […]
Five New Studies From Around The World Show Today’s Weather Fully Within Range Of Natural Variability!
By P Gosselin on 13. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite hysterical headlines from the fake media claiming the weather is weirding out due to man-made climate change, recent studies show that it’s mostly superstition and that our modern climate in fact is well within the range of natural climate variability. If one really wants to understand today’s weather and climate, it is essential to […]
New Science Affirms Arctic Region Was 6°C Warmer Than Now 9000 Years Ago, When CO2 Levels Were ‘Safe’
By Kenneth Richard on 12. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterUnearthed new evidence (Mangerud and Svendsen, 2018) reveals that during the Early Holocene, when CO2 concentrations hovered around 260 ppm, “warmth-demanding species” were living in locations 1,000 km farther north of where they exist today in Arctic Svalbard, indicating that summer temperatures must have been about “6°C warmer than at present”. Proxy evidence from […]
New Research Finds Sea Level Rise Claims “Definitely Conjecture”…”Highly Erroneous”…Coastlines Stable Or Growing!
By P Gosselin on 11. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterAccelerating sea level rise due to global warming is supposed to eat away at the shorelines across the globe. However a recent paper published in the journal Nature here authored by a team scientists led by Arjen Luijendijk found that some 75% of the world’s sandy shorelines are stable or growing! An analysis of satellite-derived […]
By P Gosselin on 10. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterArctic sea ice volume data show earlier projections of ice-free Arctic summers were a sham. Sea ice now steady 10 years. Lately Arctic sea ice volume has been a topic which climate skeptics have been looking at quite closely. According to Al Gore and a number of climate ambulance chasers, Arctic sea ice in late […]
By Kenneth Richard on 9. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterThe advocacy for widespread growth in renewable energy (especially wind, solar, and biomass) usage has increasingly become the clarion call of the anthropogenic global warming (AGW) movement. And yet more and more published research documents the adverse effects of relying on renewables. Image: Wasili Karbe, cropped from video here. Over the course of the last […]
By P Gosselin on 8. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitter5300 years ago sea level near Surinam and Guyana was about 1m higher than today By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) A paper authored by Khan et al. 2017 looked at the Caribbean over the past 10,000 years. After the end of the last ice age […]