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Extreme Precipitation Events In China, Australia Show No Increase At All Over Past Decades!

Extreme Precipitation Events In China, Australia Show No Increase At All Over Past Decades!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAccording to a recent paper by Choujun Zhan et al, extreme precipitation events have declined over 90% of China. Hat-tip: reader Mary Brown Image right: Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics According to the paper’s abstract, a newly developed dataset containing daily precipitation in China at 0.5° intervals of longitude and latitude over the […]

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Warming Put On Ice…"Wicked Cold" Set To Sweep Europe...Arctic Ice Volume Climbs To Normal Levels

Warming Put On Ice…”Wicked Cold” Set To Sweep Europe…Arctic Ice Volume Climbs To Normal Levels

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRecently we’ve been hearing about how cold it’s been over much of North America, for example how Houston saw its earliest snowfall on record! Well, it appears that the early wintry conditions are getting set to take even stronger hold over the Northern Hemisphere. Yesterday at Weatherbell’s Daily Update, veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi showed […]

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Renowned Physicist Freeman Dyson: “Theories Of Climate Are Very Confused”…”Models Are Wrong”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitter[The most notable part of the documentary is the interview with Freeman Dyson, from 1:09:00 – 1:14:00] In his new documentary “The Uncertainty has Settled“, Dutch filmmaker Marijn Poels focuses on climate science and politics and found that the issue is in fact as controversial and as UNSETTLED as any issue could possibly get. The science […]

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Climate Alarmism Dies In 2018 As Modern Ice Melt, Sea Level Rise Has No Net Impact On World's Coasts

Climate Alarmism Dies In 2018 As Modern Ice Melt, Sea Level Rise Has No Net Impact On World’s Coasts

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe year 2018 could mark the beginning of the end of climate change alarmist reporting.  Projections of catastrophic melting of the ice sheets and sea level rise swallowing up the Earth’s coasts are increasingly undermined by observations.  Extensive glacier and ice sheet melt resulting in an accelerated sea level rise threatening the world’s population […]

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Winter To Arrive Early Across Central Europe As Solar Activity Remains Quietest in 200 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe weather models are all now pointing to wintry weather pushing into Europe next week, after a year of near record warm temperatures. Is a cold winter in store? German skeptic weather and climate blogger Schneefan (Snow Fan) here writes that the winter most likely will be starting early this year, but it remains […]

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Switzerland’s Linth Region Says No To Wind Industry Landscape Blighting

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Share this…FacebookTwitterProposed wind turbines in Switzerland’s Linth region have been rejected by local communities, the media report. Parts of Switzerland want no part of blighting their landscape in the name of environmental protection. Hit-tip: a reader from Switzerland Little wonder! Here’s what wind energy opposition organization Linth Gegenwind (Linth Headwind) shows what the otherwise idyllic […]

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Claim: Real-World Spectral Measurements Show The 'Greenhouse Theory Is Wrong' - ALL Gases  Are GHGs

Claim: Real-World Spectral Measurements Show The ‘Greenhouse Theory Is Wrong’ – ALL Gases Are GHGs

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNinety-nine percent of the Earth’s atmosphere is made up of two gases: (78%) nitrogen (N2) and (21%) oxygen (O2). Neither is considered an IR-absorbing/re-emitting greenhouse gas (GHG) like (0.041%) carbon dioxide (CO2) or (0.00018%) methane (CH4). Utilizing real-world Raman spectrometer data, an independent researcher from Sweden has found both N2 and O2 do indeed […]

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Arctic Sea Ice Soars, Polar Bears Start Hunt Early - 2nd Year In A Row!

Arctic Sea Ice Soars, Polar Bears Start Hunt Early – 2nd Year In A Row!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite the warm year seen in Central Europe so far this year, and all the claims that it’s due to climate warming, the globe in fact has shown it’s been cooling off, or at least not warming at all. Hat-tip: Schneefan UAH satellite measurements of temperature at 1500 m altitude in October 2018 came […]

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Max Planck Institute Climate Modeler Admits: "Reprieve Extended 10 Years" …"Earlier Models Too Sensitive"!

Max Planck Institute Climate Modeler Admits: “Reprieve Extended 10 Years” …”Earlier Models Too Sensitive”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClimate modeler Jochem Marotzke: more time to decarbonize, earlier climate models were too sensitive ========================================================= Correction (12 November 2018): Dr. Lüning writes that he had to modify his post on Marotzke a bit. “Marotzke did not mean CO2 climate sensitivity but that more CO2 is buffered, adding less to the atmosphere.” However, the goalposts […]

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CNN Accused Of Spreading Meat-Is-Bad-For-You “Fake Science” …”CNN Reporter Should Know Better”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCNN and the Guardian just reported on a new study suggesting meat is bad for human health (even though humans and their ancestors have been eating and thriving on it for some 3 million years). The authors also suggest that the healthy alternative is the vegan diet! Meat tax “could save 220,000 lives per year”? […]

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Quality Control Sorely Needed In Climate Science: Half Of Peer-Reviewed Results Non-Replicable, Flawed.

Quality Control Sorely Needed In Climate Science: Half Of Peer-Reviewed Results Non-Replicable, Flawed.

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Share this…FacebookTwitter“A number of biases internal and external to the scientific community contribute to perpetuating the perception of ocean calamities in the absence of robust evidence.”  – Duarte et al., 2015 Image Source: Larcombe and Ridd, 2018 Within a matter of days after the press release for a newly published Nature paper spewed the usual […]

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Occupational Health Expert Exposes The Serious Hazards Of Infrasound From Wind Turbines

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Share this…FacebookTwitterEarlier this year in Ljubljana, Slovenia, acoustics and health expert Dr. Mariana Alves Pereira explained the impacts low frequency infrasound can have on health. It’s far from pretty. Infrasound is very low frequency (<20 Hz) and is below the threshold of human hearing. It is sensed by the human ear only as pressure waves. Hat […]

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