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Against The Forecasts: Sea Ice Grows…Surface Temperatures Fall… Troposphere Cools…Polar Regions Stable!
By P Gosselin on 7. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman climate and weather analyst “Schneefan” (Snow Fan) here writes a summary of the first half of 2018 thus far. All data show that the surface temperature of the globe has been cooling strongly over the past months and polar ice mass growing. He writes that in the first half of this year we […]
By P Gosselin on 6. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterCo-written by Kirye Two days ago, on July 4th, Chubu University scientist Professor Kunihiko Takeda told a national audience on popular Japanese TV program ‘HONMADEKKA! TV’ that cold will be reported on rather than global warming in the second half of 2018. Japanese scientist Dr. Takeda Kunihiko Dr. Takeda said we will be reading […]
The Scientific Literature Squelches Climate Alarm: Warming REDUCES Extreme Weather Event Frequency, Intensity
By Kenneth Richard on 5. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterSince 2015, at least 18 papers have been published suggesting the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events — droughts, floods, and storms — have either been reduced or no detectable trend is indicated for recent decades. This directly contradicts the claim that the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events will worsen due […]
By P Gosselin on 4. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterVery recent scientific publications show that the North Atlantic heat content and surface temperatures have been cooling significantly, and so may lead to a rebound in Arctic sea ice in the region. Already Arctic sea ice has stabilized over the past 10 years and Greenland has shown a surprising ice mass gain. Kenneth wrote […]
Alarmist Climate Myths Exposed: New Scientific Studies Demolish Claim Warming Leads To More Cyclones!
By P Gosselin on 3. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterResearchers have published 4 new papers this year showing that both tropical cyclone activity and intensity have declined over the past decades. The findings mean atmospheric scientists and policymakers will need to reassess positions on climate change and tropical storms. Photo: NASA (public domain) Last year’s 2017 hurricane season was an active one and […]
BINBS Professor Slams The ‘Ethically Questionable Persuasion Tactics’ Of The ‘Believers’ Who Market AGW
By Kenneth Richard on 2. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterIn a new paper published in the Journal of Social Marketing, Dr. Erik L. Olson spotlights the “Fakegate” scandal as a salient example of the unethical and deceptive practices used by those who promote dangerous anthropogenic global warming (AGW) — a“difficult-to-sell” cause. It is suggested that the ethically questionable tactics employed by AGW “marketers” (i.e., […]
By P Gosselin on 1. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany is a country that madly rushed in all earnest into green energies without any planning and thought some 10 years ago. Electric cars of course were envisioned as being a key part of the green energy transition, dubbed the Energiewende. Fortunately, since then, some are beginning to wake up to the harsh reality […]