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It's Weather!...Cold, Heavy Snowfall Across Europe Not Linked To Global Warming And Melting Arctic

It’s Weather!…Cold, Heavy Snowfall Across Europe Not Linked To Global Warming And Melting Arctic

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWe’re seeing lots of headlines about heavy snowfalls and cold temperatures gripping Eastern and Southern Europe. Not surprisingly some activist scientists are blaming manmade global warming. Expected snow depths by January 15. Chart: WXCharts.EU. Junk theory: Global warming causing more snow extremes Yet global warming logically isn’t supposed to be directly causing massive snow and bitter […]

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Science: The Deep Ocean Plays A 'Leading Role' In Global Warming. It's Colder Now Than During The 1700s.

Science: The Deep Ocean Plays A ‘Leading Role’ In Global Warming. It’s Colder Now Than During The 1700s.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAuthors of a new paper published in the journal Science (Gebbie and Huybers, 2019) insist “the deep ocean ultimately plays a leading role in the planetary heat budget.” The global deep ocean has much less heat today than it had during both the Medieval Warm Period and the Little Ice Age. Image Source: Gebbie and Huybers, […]

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German Karlsruhe Research Institute’s Awarding Winning Process For Producing Hydrogen Fuel From Methane

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Share this…FacebookTwitterInnovation Award for Climate-Friendly Methane Cracking Producing Hydrogen from Natural Gas without Emissions: German Gas Industry Honors a Process Developed by Researchers from Karlsruhe and Potsdam – KIT Spin-Off Ineratec Receives Special Award for Innovative Startups The experimental reactor for methane cracking is part of the liquid metal laboratory at KIT (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, […]

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Leading German Climate Scientist Mojib Latif Caught Up In A Web Of Contradictions

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMojib Latif: three statements, three times totally off the mark By Die kalte Sonne (German text translated by P Gosselin) At the end of the year, it’s usual to take a look back. That’s what we wish to do at this blog. Leading German climate scientist Mojib Latif made three historical statements in 2012 […]

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U.S. Media Bans Scientific Dissent - Claim Wildfires, Floods, Droughts, Hurricanes Are Human-Controlled

U.S. Media Bans Scientific Dissent – Claim Wildfires, Floods, Droughts, Hurricanes Are Human-Controlled

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNBC News’ Chuck Todd recently asserted that we humans can control the climate and the frequency or intensity of extreme weather events (hurricanes, floods, droughts) and disasters (wildfires) with our CO2 emissions. He has declared the science is “settled” on this point and therefore no “denier” is allowed on his Meet the Press program. […]

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Swiss Daily BaZ: On Why German Spiegel Journalist Was Allowed to Fool The World For So Long

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Markus Somm of the Swiss Baseler Zeitung (BaZ) here has an interesting commentary on why Spiegel and CNN-award wining journalist Claas Relotius had been able to get away with writing totally made up stories for as long as he did. Claas Relotius is the journalist who traveled to rural Fergus Falls, Minnesota, immediately after the […]

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Lousy Water Management, Not Climate Change, Leading To Ecological Disaster In Iran

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIran has a water problem. Although activists and alarmist scientists like to place the blame on climate change, Iran’s water problems are due to public planning mismanagement. ======================================================= Why Teheran is sinking dangerously December 7, 2018, created by ph (Press release translated/edited from the German by P. Gosselin) Mahdi Motagh and Mahmud Haghshenas Haghighi […]

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Consensus? 500+ Scientific Papers Published In 2018 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

Consensus? 500+ Scientific Papers Published In 2018 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn 2018,  over 500 scientific papers were published that cast doubt on the position that anthropogenic CO2 emissions function as the climate’s fundamental control knob…or that otherwise serve to question the efficacy of climate models or the related “consensus” positions commonly endorsed by policymakers and mainstream media sources. More than 500 scientific papers published […]

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Scam? Ice Isn’t Melting As Predicted At The Poles, Yet Big Insurance Hikes On Coastal Properties Loom!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Thomas Lifson Read more, original story at The American Thinker here. The warmist fraud has a big problem: its predictions of doom have consistently failed to generate any serious pain. Yes, they blame hot weather in the summer in global warming, and if there are hurricanes, they must be caused by “climate change,” […]

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Tale Of Two Stations...Striking Contrast: Urban Tokyo Warms Strongly While Rural Island Station Shows No Warming

Tale Of Two Stations…Striking Contrast: Urban Tokyo Warms Strongly While Rural Island Station Shows No Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitter By Kirye in Tokyo Hachijojima is a rural-type island off the coast from the megapolis of Tokyo in the Pacific. What makes Hachijojima interesting is that it is ideal for comparing its trend to a heavily urban environment, like Tokyo’s. Hachijojima is located roughly 300 km, out to sea, from Tokyo and thus […]

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