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Current Solar Cycle Among Weakest On Record. Potentially Cloud-Seeding Cosmic Radiation Near Highest Level Since 1950s
By P Gosselin on 7. May 2019
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 as well. […]
New Science Finds Coral Reefs Are Heating The Planet – Reef Ecosystems A Net Source Of CO2 Emissions
By Kenneth Richard on 6. May 2019
New 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 up […]
By P Gosselin on 5. May 2019
UPDATE: 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!
May Snowfall Surprises Swath Of Central Europe, Winter Road Crews Called Out! Freeze Expected Overnight!
By P Gosselin on 4. May 2019
At 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 of […]
By P Gosselin on 3. May 2019
German DLR model computations show each year 1.2 trillion insects are killed by wind turbine rotors in Germany alone. Wind energy shows there is no free lunch. Some major drawbacks of this “green energy” supply include blighting of the landscape, health damage from infrasound, and bird killing. Now insect killing is another that is currently […]
By Kenneth Richard on 2. May 2019
Tree-ring evidence reveals recent cooling and glacier thickening in Central Asia as well as flat temperatures throughout the last 432 years. Tree rings were the proxy used by Dr. Michael Mann to invent the orignal hockey stick graph. Twenty years later, yet another reconstruction (1580 to 2012 AD) indicates modern warmth in Central Asia is […]
By P Gosselin on 1. May 2019
In a new information video at FMD’s TV-Channel, man-made climate warming skeptic Günther Aigner analyzes winter temperatures at four German mountain stations over 1000 m altitudes at different locations in Germany. Hat-tip: Die kalte Sonne here. The stations are located at Feldberg (1493 m) in southwest Germany, Brocken in northern Germany (1152 m), Fichtelberg in […]