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By P Gosselin on 31. March 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin One fellow climate blogger recently wrote on how he’s been been looking at GHCN ‘unadjusted’ data and noticed that scientists at NASA appear to have been altering them: “This is a fairly disturbing development,” he wrote. Heating up Reykjavik and Nuuk Cited as an example is Reykyavik, Iceland. According to […]
California Climate Has Always Been Wild And Unstable – Even With Low Atmospheric CO2 – New Study Shows!
By P Gosselin on 30. March 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study has just come out in the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters: Biomarkers reveal abrupt switches in hydroclimate during the last glacial in southern California. Hat-tip: reader Mary Brown It contradicts claims often made by global warming alarmists that the perceived California climate change is unusual, and that it is mostly […]
By P Gosselin on 29. March 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Sun In February 2019 By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) The sun was also very sub-normally active in February. Although we are in the middle of the minimum, the sunspot number of 0.8 for the 123rd month into the cycle is very low. On 26 days of the month […]
By Kenneth Richard on 28. March 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Greenhouse Effect On Hiatus An unheralded but significant 2016 scientific paper – “A Hiatus in the Greenhouse Effect” – is now publicly available. It had previously been paywalled. Scientists have found the greenhouse effect’s (GHE) influence on planetary temperatures went on “hiatus” during 1992-2014. The estimated GHE radiative influence for these 22 years […]
Again Reality Goes In Opposite Direction Of Climate Models…”Confidence In Models Correspondingly Low”
By P Gosselin on 27. March 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterYesterday we posted on how rainfall across southern Europe has risen over the past couple of decades, thus going in the opposite direction of what was projected by climate models. And once again the models are shown to be woefully faulty and an unreliable tool for policymaking, as the following example shows. ==================================================== Southern […]
Year 2000 Predictions By ‘The Guardian’ Turn Out To Be Complete Failures…Southern Europe Has Become Wetter!
By P Gosselin on 26. March 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin In December 2000, environment correspondent Paul Brown wrote here at The Guardian that global warming threatened “to create a dust belt around the globe” and that the Sahara had “crossed the Mediterranean” and forced “thousands to migrate as a lethal combination of soil degradation and climate change” turned “parts […]
By Kenneth Richard on 25. March 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterIn a new paper, two astrophysicists shred the IPCC-preferred and model-based PMOD solar data set and affirm the ACRIM, which is rooted in observation and shows an increase in total solar irradiance (TSI) during the 1980-2000 period. They suggest a “significant percentage” of recent climate change has been solar-driven. Scafetta and Willson, 2019 I. […]
German News Weekly ‘Der Spiegel’ Caught Making Up Another Story, Claimed Bering Strait “Almost Ice Free”
By P Gosselin on 24. March 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterSchneefan at German skeptic site wobleibtdieerderwaermung here writes how renowned German news weekly DER SPIEGEL appears to have made up another story, this time involving a nonsensical climate alarm. The embattled SPIEGEL this time selected a small area at the edge of the Arctic (Bering Sea/Bering Strait), which is usually not covered by more […]
By P Gosselin on 23. March 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterForsythia are an indicator plant used by the German DWD Weather Service for marking the beginning of spring in March. The trend of spring blossoming show that springs in Hamburg have been cooling over the past 30 years. The north German port city of Hamburg happens to have a long data series on the […]
By Kenneth Richard on 22. March 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterCould a transition in paleoclimate reconstruction be underway? More and more, scientists aren’t hiding statements or graphical depictions of the lack of modern warming or the much-warmer Holocene past. A compilation of 35 papers from across the globe indicate that modern climate is not unusual, remarkable or unprecedented, and that large regions of the […]
The Faked Crisis: Polar Bear Expert’s Book Poised To Become Hot Seller, Expose Polar Alarmism Community
By P Gosselin on 21. March 2019
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Fading Warming…More Cooling: Winters At Austria’s Ischgler Idalpe Have Become 1.3°C COLDER Over Past 30 Years!
By P Gosselin on 20. March 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterGood news for skiers: winters at Austria’s Ischgler Idalpe have become colder over the past 30 years By Die kalte Sonne (Text translated by P Gosselin) New report shows Austrian winters have ignored global warming. Image cropped Zukunft Skisport. The Austrian Paznaun is a valley in the far west of North Tyrol with an […]