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Max Planck Institute Climate Modeler Admits: “Reprieve Extended 10 Years” …”Earlier Models Too Sensitive”!
By P Gosselin on 10. November 2018
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 […]
By P Gosselin on 9. November 2018
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”? […]
Quality Control Sorely Needed In Climate Science: Half Of Peer-Reviewed Results Non-Replicable, Flawed.
By Kenneth Richard on 8. November 2018
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 […]
By P Gosselin on 7. November 2018
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 […]
By P Gosselin on 6. November 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitter Comments on Europe’s energy transition by Dr. Benny Peiser, Director of the London-based Global Warming Policy Foundation, appeared in the Japanese Yomiuri Shimbun, the world’s leading daily in terms of circulation. Image: Yomiuri Shimbun Dr. Peiser gave a lecture at the Cannon Institute for Global Studies in Tokyo on October 1st and this was […]
Dr. Mann Says Man-Made Weather Change Isn’t Rocket Science. Observations Show It’s Not Even Science.
By Kenneth Richard on 5. November 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitter Image source: 2 November 2018 Washington Post According to climatologist Dr. Michael Mann, we human beings are significantly modulating the globe’s hydrological cycle by warming the planet. Mann postulates that anthropogenic global warming (AGW) causes the wet regions of the Earth to get wetter, whereas the dry regions of the Earth get drier […]
The Rotors Of Sickness… Wind Energy Proponents Refuse To Acknowledge Proven Wind Turbine Health Hazards
By P Gosselin on 4. November 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterA report on infrasound (low frequency sound below 20 Hz) by German public television ZDF here further reveals how infrasound from wind turbines causes widespread health issues, despite claims by “experts” that these illnesses are “in peoples’ heads” and not really real. The dubious argument that “if you can’t hear it, then it can’t […]
New Study: Medieval Warm Period Not Limited To North Atlantic, But Occurred In South America As Well
By P Gosselin on 3. November 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterGlobal warming alarmist scientists like claiming that the well documented Medieval Warm Period (MWP) was merely a regional phenomenon, and not global. However a new publication by Lüning et al adds yet another study that shows the warm period from 1000 years ago was indeed global. ================================ Image source: here. Preindustrial climate change in […]
By P Gosselin on 2. November 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman wind energy opposition organization Vernunftkraft here posted some charts at Facebook showing just how abominably inadequate wind as a source of power really is. “Power collapses within minutes” The following chart shows the performance of wind energy for 15 European countries (shaded dark blue) and that of Germany (light blue) for the period May, 2018: […]
Paradigm Shift? The ‘Belief’ That Bioenergy Is Climate-Friendly Is Now Recognized As A ‘Major Error’
By Kenneth Richard on 1. November 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterGovernments vociferously promote bioenergy as renewable, sustainable, and carbon-neutral. But scientists are increasingly characterizing this “belief” as a “major error”, as bioenergy generates more CO2 emissions per kWh than burning coal does, and the projected rapid growth in bioenergy will serve to ‘increase atmospheric CO2 for at least a century’ as well as clear […]