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New Paper: Extreme Sea Level Rise Is A 'Non-Existent Threat' Based On 'Never Validated' Models

New Paper: Extreme Sea Level Rise Is A ‘Non-Existent Threat’ Based On ‘Never Validated’ Models

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Share this…FacebookTwitter“Extreme sea level rise warnings based on predictions by never validated models, or speculations, that are defocusing coastal management from every other relevant situation, should be discharged.” — Parker, 2018 Parker, 2018 Sea level oscillations in Japan and China since the start of the 20th century and consequences for coastal management “Regionally, the sea […]

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German Climate Scientist Accuses IPCC Of Alarmism: “In The Red Rev Range Of Ideology And Reality Loss”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA retired German climate scientist says the IPCC has ventured into “the red rev range of ideology and reality loss”, and adds there is no stringent scientific proof of CO2’s influence on climate At the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE), a German climate scientist, wonders if the IPCC and German media have lost […]

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Wind Energy Won’t Function For Supplying Germany With Power, Experts Say

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAs Germany moves to phase out coal power, more focus is being placed on relying on wind energy to fill in the gap. Recently German business daily Handelsblatt here reported that despite the country adding more wind energy capacity, “the latest figures show that only a little wind power is available at any time.” […]

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Reliable? CRU, NASA, BEST, NOAA Land Temp Data Conflict By Up To 90% (0.8°C), Spawning 'Large Uncertainty'

Reliable? CRU, NASA, BEST, NOAA Land Temp Data Conflict By Up To 90% (0.8°C), Spawning ‘Large Uncertainty’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new paper documents “remarkably different” land temperatures from one instrumental data set to another. In some regions there is as much as an 0.8°C conflict in recorded temperature anomalies for CRU, NASA, BEST, and NOAA. The relative temperature trend differences can reach 90% when comparing instrumental records. Consequently, the uncertainty in instrumental temperature […]

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Scotland 800-Year Reconstruction Shows Temperatures Were As Warm Or Warmer In The Past!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScotland climate over past 800 years: Pre-industrial warm phases provide answers By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) How do today’s temperatures fit into the climate-historical context? This is one of the main tasks of today’s climate research. A group of researchers led by Milos Rydval have […]

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German Handelsblatt: Coal Energy Worldwide Is Booming… “Phaseout Nowhere Near In Sight”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe online German business daily Handelsblatt here writes that although Germany is pressing ahead to eliminate coal as a primary source of energy, the country ignores the fact that world is still very much in love with the plentiful and reliable fossil fuel source of energy. Coal phaseout nowhere near in sight And since […]

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"How Trolls Troll" ...Nutrition Expert Posts Video On "Trolling" And How To Deal With Them

“How Trolls Troll” …Nutrition Expert Posts Video On “Trolling” And How To Deal With Them

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMany of you are aware that I’m also a big skeptic of the western dietary guidelines we’ve been handed down by the government over the past decades. Claiming a vast consensus among nutritionists and physicians, government insisted the high carb, low fat diet was the healthiest. Well we all know how that all turned […]

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Tokyo Surface Temperature Shows No Trend Over Past Quarter Century...Cooling Now Accelerating

Tokyo Surface Temperature Shows No Trend Over Past Quarter Century…Cooling Now Accelerating

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCo-written by Kirye Tokyo is a huge, sprawling megapolis on the island nation of Japan. With its great urbanization over the past decades, observers could expect to see some warming at least from the urban heat island effect as well as from the “huge” warming the planet has allegedly seen globally over the past […]

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CO2 Connection Demolished... New Findings: "No Statistically Significant Trends In US Flooding And Rainfall From Tropical Storms!

CO2 Connection Demolished… New Findings: “No Statistically Significant Trends In US Flooding And Rainfall From Tropical Storms!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWith the blaring headlines we saw in the wake of tropical storm Harvey over Houston last year and Florence over the Carolinas last month, the CO2 hysteria saw another severe flare up. However, a scientific study recently published in the Journal of Hydrology analyzed North Atlantic tropical cyclones (TCs) and their contribution to flooding […]

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China Pearl River Delta Sea Level Rise Earlier In The Holocene Was Far More Extreme Than Today

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA recent study by Xiong et al titled Holocene sea-level history of the northern coast of South China Sea tells us that sea level rise today is total within the range of natural variability. The scientists collected and analyzed seven sediment cores from the Pearl River delta, from which they generated 16 new and high-quality sea-level index points. […]

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In The Arctic, AMO/NAO 'Predominantly Force Ocean Temperatures' And 'Cause Major Melting Events'

In The Arctic, AMO/NAO ‘Predominantly Force Ocean Temperatures’ And ‘Cause Major Melting Events’

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Share this…FacebookTwitter6 New Papers Link Arctic/North Atlantic Climate Changes To Natural Factors 1. Natural variability/NAO/AMO “predominantly force ocean temperatures” and Greenland ice sheet melt  Hahn et al., 2018 “North Atlantic Natural Variability Modulates Emergence of Widespread Greenland Melt in a Warming Climate … Using reanalysis data and a large ensemble of climate model simulations, we find that […]

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