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New Paper: Arctic Sea Ice Was Far Less Extensive Than Today During The 'Ice Free' Early Holocene

New Paper: Arctic Sea Ice Was Far Less Extensive Than Today During The ‘Ice Free’ Early Holocene

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBiomarker evidence for Arctic-region sea ice coverage in the northern Barents Sea indicates the most extensive sea ice conditions of the last 9,500 years occurred during the 20th century (0 cal yr BP). In contrast, this region was ice free with open water conditions during the Early Holocene (9,500-5,800 years ago). Berben et al., […]

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Potsdam Institute Caught Up In Contradiction: Says North Atlantic Cooling, Yet Blames May Snow On Warming!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterEarly May saw a surprise heavy snowfall across parts of central Europe and near record levels for that particular time of year up in the Alps. Such events do little to bolster public confidence in the claim the globe is warming. So leave it to the ultra-alarmist Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) […]

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Scientists Find No Human Impact On Extreme Rainfall Events In Southeastern Australia...Rather ENSO Related

Scientists Find No Human Impact On Extreme Rainfall Events In Southeastern Australia…Rather ENSO Related

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWell, maybe we aren’t all going to die in 11 1/2 years, like some surrounding Australia’s Labour Party were insisting before the recent elections. Hat-tip: reader Mary Brown A new study appearing in the Journal of Weather and Climate Extremes titled “Historical extreme rainfall events in southeastern Australia” – led by Linden Ashcroft, School […]

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Greenland Has Been Cooling In Recent Years - 26 Of Its 47 Largest Glaciers Now Stable Or Gaining Ice

Greenland Has Been Cooling In Recent Years – 26 Of Its 47 Largest Glaciers Now Stable Or Gaining Ice

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new analysis of recent trends for the Greenland ice sheet reveals that since 2012 there has been an abrupt slowing of melt rates and a trend reversal to cooling and ice growth. • In 2018, 26 of Greenland’s 47 largest glaciers were either stable or grew in size. • Overall, the 47 glaciers […]

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Australia Election Results Show Citizens Fed Up With Infantile “Vote For Us, Or Die!” Campaigns And Threats

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHysteria and insults get refuted Australia’s election results are in, and once again major media are in state of shock. The New York Times here for example called it a “stunning win” and claimed it was “propelled by a populist wave” that resembled “the force that has upended politics in the United States, Britain […]

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Royal Meteorological Society Confirms Urban Heat Island Effect… "Significantly Increased" Daily Minimum UK Temperature By Up To 1.70 K!

Royal Meteorological Society Confirms Urban Heat Island Effect… “Significantly Increased” Daily Minimum UK Temperature By Up To 1.70 K!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThere’s really not any real doubt about it. Cities, with their millions of tonnes of steel, asphalt and concrete act as ideal heat-absorbing sinks which take a long time to cool down at night. Just drive on a hot summer night through the country side and into a city makes that very clear. Yet […]

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Cold Throttles N. Hemisphere Spring: "It's Been Brutal" …"Can't Remember Such A Delayed Spring" …"Barely A Hint Of Leaves On Trees"

Cold Throttles N. Hemisphere Spring: “It’s Been Brutal” …”Can’t Remember Such A Delayed Spring” …”Barely A Hint Of Leaves On Trees”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThere has been a flurry of major May cold weather and snow reports coming in from a variety of regions across the globe, leaving global warming alarmists speechless. Australia in ice box For example, weather site electroverse.net here just reported on how the entire Australian land mass is getting walloped by extreme cold as […]

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Recent Studies Indicate Species Extinctions Decline With Warming - Mass Extinction Events Due To COOLING

Recent Studies Indicate Species Extinctions Decline With Warming – Mass Extinction Events Due To COOLING

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDuring the last few hundred years, species extinctions primarily occurred due to habitat loss and predator introduction on islands.  Extinctions have not been linked to a warming climate or higher CO2 levels.  In fact, since the 1870s, species extinction rates have been plummeting. Image Sources: Loehle & Eschenbach (2012), BBC, Wrightstone, 2019 In the […]

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Defamation-pedia? Climate Institute Sends 'Cease & Desist' Against Wikipedia! 7-Page List Of "Falsehoods", "Malicious Intentions"

Defamation-pedia? Climate Institute Sends ‘Cease & Desist’ Against Wikipedia! 7-Page List Of “Falsehoods”, “Malicious Intentions”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Jena-Germany based climate science and renewable energies- critical European Institute For Climate and Energy (EIKE) has sent a cease and desist letter to Wikimedia headquarters in San Francisco demanding that the platform remove all the “false content” in the German language entry about the organization. Slander: Wikipedia’s German site describes EIKE as an […]

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German Employer's Association Op Ed: "No Expert Politician In Berlin Believes In Switch To Green Energies Any More"

German Employer’s Association Op Ed: “No Expert Politician In Berlin Believes In Switch To Green Energies Any More”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAs the pressure mounts in Germany to switch off coal power plants and to rapidly transition over to green energies, one gets the feeling that it all has more to do with a desperate, last-ditch effort by the green energy proponents to rescue their pet green project. Photo right: Energy expert, Dr. Björn Peters. […]

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CO2 Climate Forcing In The Earth System Context: The Honey Bee Versus The Sun

CO2 Climate Forcing In The Earth System Context: The Honey Bee Versus The Sun

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOver the course of a 12 hour period on a cloudless day, 500 Wm-2 of solar energy pummels past the ocean surface to depths of 20 or more meters, warming up the first 2 meters of the ocean by 2.0 K. Image Source: Fairall et al., 1996 In contrast, the infrared radiation absorbed and […]

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New Findings Contradict Alarmist Rahmstorf: Arctic/Greenland Ice Melt "Barely Impacting AMOC"

New Findings Contradict Alarmist Rahmstorf: Arctic/Greenland Ice Melt “Barely Impacting AMOC”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGulfstream “barely impacted” by Arctic ice melt By Die kalte Sonne (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) Arctic ice melt barely impacting AMOC. Day After Tomorrow scenario remains fantasy, new study suggests. Figure: R. Curry, http://editors.eol.org/eoearth/wiki/File:OCP07_Fig-6.jpg; CC BY 3.0 Stefan Rahmstorf never tires of claiming the Gulf Stream system (AMOC, Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation) […]

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Japan Antarctic Research Station Shows No Warming In 50 Years! Also: Northern Stations Show No April Warming

Japan Antarctic Research Station Shows No Warming In 50 Years! Also: Northern Stations Show No April Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye April data have been coming in, and they show that warming has been missing at many sub-Arctic stations over the past decades. Canada cooling Looking at 9 stations in Canada, where data from the Japan Meteorology Agency (JMA) are mostly complete, we see that the month of April hasn’t warmed at all […]

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Scientists Request Revamping Of Climate Models After Finding Arctic 4.6°C WARMER In 1930s Than Today!

Scientists Request Revamping Of Climate Models After Finding Arctic 4.6°C WARMER In 1930s Than Today!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterEarlier Arctic warmth unexplained: In Franz Josef Land it was several degrees warmer in early 1930s than today By Die kalte Sonne (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) In January 2019, a paper by Andrzej Araźny et al appeared in the journal Theoretical and Applied Climatology, in which the researchers evaluated the weather data […]

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New Study: The Tropical Atlantic Was 7.5°C Warmer Than Now While CO2 Was 220 ppm

New Study: The Tropical Atlantic Was 7.5°C Warmer Than Now While CO2 Was 220 ppm

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnother new paper published in Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology casts further doubt on the paradigm that says CO2 has historically been a temperature driver. Evidence from the tropical Atlantic indicates today’s regional temperatures (15.5°C) are 7.5°C colder than a peak temperatures (23°C) between 15,000 to 10,000 years ago, when CO2 hovered around 220 ppm. Image Source: Reißig et […]

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100% Renewables At 764 Euros Per Household Per MONTH... Germany's 4.6 TRILLION Euro Green Energies Flop

100% Renewables At 764 Euros Per Household Per MONTH… Germany’s 4.6 TRILLION Euro Green Energies Flop

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe 4.6 trillion euro German green energies flop By Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt and Frank Bosse (German text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) The demands for the phasing out of coal, fuel and natural gas are becoming ever more shrill in Germany. At first early this year it began with the bold proposal of the coal […]

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Current Solar Cycle Among Weakest On Record. Potentially Cloud-Seeding Cosmic Radiation Near Highest Level Since 1950s

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Share this…FacebookTwitter The Sun in April 2019 By Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt and Frank Bosse (German text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) If we speak of an average of the last 23 cycles in the months of the minimum, our only significant energy source at the center of the solar system was below average active last month […]

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New Science Finds Coral Reefs Are Heating The Planet - Reef Ecosystems A Net Source Of CO2 Emissions

New Science Finds Coral Reefs Are Heating The Planet – Reef Ecosystems A Net Source Of CO2 Emissions

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNew research indicates that coral reef ecosystems off the coasts of Hawai’i (Terlouw et al., 2019) and in the Great Barrier Reef (Lønborg et al., 2019) are a net source of CO2 to the atmosphere. Presuming that higher CO2 emissions lead to global warming, it can consequently be said that coral reefs are heating […]

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Share this…FacebookTwitterUPDATE: Thanks to all readers who expressed birthday wishes! 🙂 ======================================= On April 29 I turned 60, and yesterday was the big bash. Today I’m not quite up to speed and so I’m taking the day off from blogging. See you soon! Share this…FacebookTwitter

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May Snowfall Surprises Swath Of Central Europe, Winter Road Crews Called Out! Freeze Expected Overnight!

May Snowfall Surprises Swath Of Central Europe, Winter Road Crews Called Out! Freeze Expected Overnight!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAt his Twitter site here, veteran Swiss meteorologist Jörg Kachelmann reported that many Europeans woke up to snow this morning as a blast of polar cold sweeps across the continent. Chart: Kachelmannwetter.com As the chart shows, snow also fell in Belgium. The snow comes as a surprise. Also online German tabloid Bild here reported […]

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