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Environmental “Time Bomb”…China To Dump 20 Million Tonnes Of Solar Panel Waste Into Environment

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWe have to face it: The West has done our planet no favor by moving industrial production and manufacturing to China. Trump is right, many of factories and industries are better back home, even if it means paying a bit more for products. Not only does the China use the oceans as a global dump […]

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Some Scientists Call Prof. Schellnhuber's Claim Man Is Preventing Next Ice Age "Huge Nonsense"

Some Scientists Call Prof. Schellnhuber’s Claim Man Is Preventing Next Ice Age “Huge Nonsense”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn an interview with the online German Augsburger Allgemeine (AA), former director of the the alarmist Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Prof. Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber, made some claims that have raised some eyebrows. Image right: Prof Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber, Source: PIK What follows is a commentary from two German scientists: ======================================= By Dr. Sebastian […]

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Norwegian Risk Management Company Says Globe Will Fall Way Short Of 2050 Green Energy Targets by 2050

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRenewable energy proponents claim that the planet must reduce its carbon emissions by 80% by 2050 in order to avert excessive global warming. However, global quality assurance and risk management company Norwegian DNV GL writes in a recent report that although the money spent on renewables is set to triple by 2050 and fossil […]

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New Paper: The GCR-Cloud Link To Solar-Driven Climate Change Persists Despite The Post-2000 'Violation'

New Paper: The GCR-Cloud Link To Solar-Driven Climate Change Persists Despite The Post-2000 ‘Violation’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe strong correlation between Galactic Cosmic Rays (GCRs) and cloud formation has for decades been postulated as a primary mechanism  for solar-driven natural climate change. Concisely, “When the Sun is active fewer cosmic rays reach the Earth and, with fewer low clouds, the world warms up” (Svensmark et al., 2017).  Since about 2000, however, […]

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PhD Physicist Says Evidence Of Major Human Role In Climate "Is Lacking" ...Sees "Abuses Of Science"

PhD Physicist Says Evidence Of Major Human Role In Climate “Is Lacking” …Sees “Abuses Of Science”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPhD physicist Ralph B. Alexander has authored a new book: Science Under Attack: The Age of Unreason. What follows is a taste of what readers can expect from the book. Ideal present for the upcoming Christmas season. =========================================== Evidence Lacking for Major Human Role in Climate Change By Ralph B. Alexander Conventional scientific wisdom […]

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Western Europe 2018/19 Winter Projected To Be Cooler Than Normal, Some Early Forecasts Suggest

Western Europe 2018/19 Winter Projected To Be Cooler Than Normal, Some Early Forecasts Suggest

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAs the end of September closes in and the first signs of winter begin to appear, some people are wondering what to expect for the coming winter. Cold and snowy or mild and rainy? Meteorologists are busy looking for signs of the coming winter using different methods. This season a variety of results have […]

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Climate Scientist Karl Zeller Sums Up The 'Discovery' That Pressure, Not CO2, Determines Planets' Temps

Climate Scientist Karl Zeller Sums Up The ‘Discovery’ That Pressure, Not CO2, Determines Planets’ Temps

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn an interview at the Porto Climate Conference earlier this month, Dr. Karl Zeller provided a brief overview of the theory he and Dr. Ned Nikolov developed. The model uses empirical NASA data to quantify the surface temperature of “all the planets across our solar system” precisely and accurately by using two values only: (1) distance from […]

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Geologists: No Link Between Climate Warming And Rock Slides in European Alps!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClimate alarmists rush to blame every natural disaster on global warming. Recently they blamed a massive rock slide in Switzerland on a warming planet. Yet, geologists say there’s no link. Hat-tip: Die kalte Sonne. Last year, August, 2017, a massive rockslide occurred on the north flank of the Piz Cengalo (3369 m) in the Swiss […]

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Recent Findings: Austrian Glacier Extent Over Most Of The Past 10,000 Years Less Than Today!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClimate change in Austria: Alpine glaciers thousands of years ago smaller than today By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) In 1998 there were 925 glaciers and large ice masses in Austria with an area of 1 hectare or more, in total 453 square kilometers. Fifty percent of the […]

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NOAA: "No Compelling Evidence" Behind Claims Of More Hurricane Landfalls!

NOAA: “No Compelling Evidence” Behind Claims Of More Hurricane Landfalls!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite all the signals being sent from every direction suggesting global warming is leading to more frequent and intense hurricanes, even the warmist NOAA is forced to confess that this has not been the long-term case. About the claims of more hurricanes? Well, the NOAA says: wait another 30 to 50 years! Sorry alarmists, […]

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A Dismaying New Study Finds Bat Habitat Loss Extends 'At Least 1000 Meters From A Wind Turbine'

A Dismaying New Study Finds Bat Habitat Loss Extends ‘At Least 1000 Meters From A Wind Turbine’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterContending that “the current situation is particularly worrying”, authors of a troubling new paper assert that the bat habitat loss fomented by the presence of wind turbines is so pervasive that bat activity continues to decline precipitously from a range of  “at least 1000 meters from a wind turbine”.   Image Source: Millon et al., 2018 […]

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New Study: German Mid-Sized E-Cars Produce Less CO2 Than Diesel Autos – But Only After 585,000 Kilometers!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe German ADAC association, the equivalent of America’s AAA, carried a CO2 comparison for a variety e-autos and combustion engine cars. The results were very surprising, says German magazine Autobild here. Today electric cars are being pushed as a clean and environmentally friendly alternative, while diesel and gasoline burning engines are being villainized as […]

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