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By P Gosselin on 19. January 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterThe days of unlimited speed on Germany’s famed autobahns are indisputably coming to an end – probably soon. And thank God! Hat-tip: achgut.com. The online Mitteldeutche Zeitung MZ) here reports the Evangelical Church in Central Germany (EKM) is pushing to impose a speed limit on German autobahns, the motorways where drivers in certain stretches […]
PIK Scientist Rahmstorf Goes After Hebrew University’s Nir Shaviv …But Gets Caught Fudging Inconvenient Data
By P Gosselin on 18. January 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterStefan Rahmstorf caught redhanded manipulating temperature charts By Michael Krueger (Text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) Three days ago, climate researcher Stefan Rahmstorf published an article at his KlimaLounge blog on the hearing of Jewish climate scientist Nir Shaviv in the German Bundestag concerning the Climate Change Conference in Katowice. Accuses Shaviv of presenting “outlandish […]
By Kenneth Richard on 17. January 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterRapid sea level rise was supposed to shrink Earth’s coasts. It hasn’t. Image Source: Mörner, 2018 “Over the past decades, atoll islands exhibited no widespread sign of physical destabilization in the face of sea-level rise. 88.6% of islands were either stable or increased in area, while only 11.4% contracted. It is noteworthy that no island […]
700,000 Square Kilometers Of Added Green Vegetation, Climate Change Shrinks Sahara Desert By Whopping 8%!
By P Gosselin on 16. January 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterAlmost daily the CO2 Science site brings reports on the impact of climate change on the living world. Hat-tip: Die kalte Sonne here Recently, CO2 Science brought up a paper in Nature Communications. Using satellite images, Venter et al. 2018 found an eight percent increase in woody vegetation in sub-Saharan Africa over the last […]
Swiss Daily NZZ: More Than 1000 Citizen Wind Energy Protest Groups …Germany “On Path To The Unknown”
By P Gosselin on 15. January 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterAlthough resistance to littering the landscape with industrial wind turbines continues to grow strongly and the power grid is becoming ever more unstable, the German government refuses to back off its expansion of wind and solar energy. Protests groups reach over 1000 in number as wind turbine litter the German landscape. Photo: Windwahn. Jonas […]
Regional Models: 3-10°C Warming In The Next 80 Years. Observations: No Warming In The Last 40-100 Years.
By Kenneth Richard on 14. January 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterThere are large regions of the globe where observations indicate there has been no warming (even cooling) during the last decades to century. Climate models rooted in the assumption that fossil fuel emissions drive dangerous warming dismiss these modeling failures and project temperature increases of 3° – 10°C by 2100 for these same regions […]
Sun As Main Driver: Japanese Scientist Cites 7 Major Examples How Real Climatic Data Contradict AGW Claims
By P Gosselin on 13. January 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kyoji Kimoto firstname.lastname@example.org 1. Warmer period of the 1930s In 1998 D. Dahl-Jensen et al. pointed out in the journal Science that the 1930s is 0.5°K warmer than the present time based on a bore-hole study of Greenland ice sheet. The following data support D. Dahl-Jensen’s findings, from Soon 2012. Also heat waves were […]
Veteran Meteorologists Warn Of “Bitter Cold” …”Areas Under The Gun” As Models Project Cold Polar Blasts!
By P Gosselin on 12. January 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterYesterday we wrote about a study that told us the data do not support that weather blockings are occurring more often than they used to. Some alarmist media and scientists have claimed that the heavy snowfalls in the Alps are happening due to manmade global warming. Swiss meteorologist: Such snowfalls “nothing unique” for Alps […]
By P Gosselin on 11. January 2019
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 […]
Science: The Deep Ocean Plays A ‘Leading Role’ In Global Warming. It’s Colder Now Than During The 1700s.
By Kenneth Richard on 10. January 2019
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, […]
German Karlsruhe Research Institute’s Awarding Winning Process For Producing Hydrogen Fuel From Methane
By P Gosselin on 9. January 2019
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, […]
By P Gosselin on 8. January 2019
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 […]