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France's Fake Record: Weather Agencies Can Alter Datasets, But Can't Rewrite The Newspapers

France’s Fake Record: Weather Agencies Can Alter Datasets, But Can’t Rewrite The Newspapers

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhen it was made public Friday that France had recorded its “highest-ever temperature”, the media went into a frenzy. But once again we are learning that it’s more fake than fact. Last Friday the mercury soared to 45.9°C (114.6°F) in Gallargues-le-Montueux in southern France according to French national weather service Météo-France. Media outlets not […]

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“Sled Dogs In Water” Climate Alarmism Photo Gets Exposed As Bogus By Danish Experts

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAgain and again photos are being taken out of context and wild climate alarm stories are being fabricated from them. And once the pictures have made it around the world, those involved end up having to backpedal a few later. In June 2019 it happened again. This time it was a dog sled photo […]

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Arctic Sea Ice Surprise Global Warming Experts By Remaining Stable This Decade

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Share this…FacebookTwitterReports of shrinking sea ice are fake news By Snowfan (June 19) The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) expects sea ice extent growth in June 2019: The DMI plot for the development of Arctic sea ice area (extent) from June 1979 to the PROGNOSE for June, 2019. Since 2010, i.e. 9 years ago, the sea […]

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New Paper: Temperature Drives Downwelling Longwave Changes, Not The Other Way Around

New Paper: Temperature Drives Downwelling Longwave Changes, Not The Other Way Around

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe CO2 greenhouse effect presumably perturbs the Earth’s energy budget by driving trends in downwelling longwave radiation from the top of the atmosphere, which in turn drives changes in surface temperatures. Two scientists (Zeppetello and Battisti, 2019) have observed the opposite: perturbations in surface temperatures are what drive changes in downwelling longwave. Consequently, they […]

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Austrian Weather Agency: "Glaciers Have Recovered" Due To A "Snowy Winter"...Record June Snow Depth!

Austrian Weather Agency: “Glaciers Have Recovered” Due To A “Snowy Winter”…Record June Snow Depth!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAustrian ZAMG national weather service here reports that the “glaciers have recovered” in the Alps due to a “snowy winter”. Image: foto.webcam.eu “Strongest growth in 20 years” ZAMG confirmed that last winter, the glaciers in the Hohe Tauern have grown more strongly than they have for 20 years. Austria’s ZAMG meteorological institute reminds, however, that the […]

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Adjusted "Unadjusted" Data: NASA Uses The "Magic Wand Of Fudging", Produces Warming Where There Never Was

Adjusted “Unadjusted” Data: NASA Uses The “Magic Wand Of Fudging”, Produces Warming Where There Never Was

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin It’s been long known that NASA GISS has been going through its historical temperature data archives and erasing old temperature measurements and replacing them with new, made up figures without any real legitimate reason. This practice has led to the formation of new datasets called “adjusted” data, with the […]

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Coral Mortality Rates Higher During Cold Periods - And There's Been Recent Cooling In Coral Environments

Coral Mortality Rates Higher During Cold Periods – And There’s Been Recent Cooling In Coral Environments

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn the coral habitats of the Western Indian Ocean, SSTs have cooled by -0.8°C since the 1980s (Watanabe et al., 2019). It has long been established that exposure to extremely low temperatures induce coral bleaching and high mortality rates just as much as warm SSTs do. Further, colder periods – which are associated with […]

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New Study Shows Medieval Climate Period Was Global, Driven By Natural "Atmospheric-Ocean Cycles", Not CO2

New Study Shows Medieval Climate Period Was Global, Driven By Natural “Atmospheric-Ocean Cycles”, Not CO2

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Medieval Warm Period in Oceania By Die kalte Sonne For a long time it was said that the Medieval Warm Period was a North Atlantic phenomenon. This proved to be wrong. On June 15, 2019, a paper by Lüning et al. 2019 on the Medieval Warm Period in Oceania appeared in the journal […]

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Current Solar Cycle Will Be First To Finish Below Normal In 80 Years, Weakest In Close To 200 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSolar Activity in May 2019 By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) In May 2019 our sun was below-normal active again. The solar sunspot number (SSN) was 10.1, which is only 52% of the mean value in the evaluated cycle month no. 126 since the start of Cycle No. 24 began […]

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MIT Doctorate Climate Scientist Slams GW Claims: Based On "Untrustworthy, Falsified Data"..."No Scientific Value"!

MIT Doctorate Climate Scientist Slams GW Claims: Based On “Untrustworthy, Falsified Data”…”No Scientific Value”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn a newly released Kindle book that is set to peeve established climate science, an MIT doctorate climate researcher blasts alarmist claims of a warming planet and illustrates how temperature data are untrustworthy and far too scant to draw sound conclusions. By Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Dr. Kiminori Itoh just brought to our attention […]

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World's 76 Best Tide Gauges (100+ Years Of Data) Show A Mean 0.34 mm/yr Rise, 'Negligible' Acceleration

World’s 76 Best Tide Gauges (100+ Years Of Data) Show A Mean 0.34 mm/yr Rise, ‘Negligible’ Acceleration

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new scientific paper affirms “all the long-term-trend (LTT) tide gauges of the world consistently show a negligible acceleration since the time they started recording in the late 1800s/early 1900s” and there is “no sign of climate models predicted sharply warming and accelerating sea level rise.” Image Source: Boretti, 2019 An accurate determination of […]

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Dry Hot North German Summers Were More Common 1000 Years Ago, Scientists Report

Dry Hot North German Summers Were More Common 1000 Years Ago, Scientists Report

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDry Summers Like 2018 Were Common in the Middle Ages Dry summers were not rare 1000 years ago. Researchers from the University of Greifswald’s research group ‘Landscape Ecology and Ecosystem Dynamics’ have been able to reconstruct 1000 years of the dry summer period in northern Germany. Beech forest – photo: Dr. Tobias Scharnweber The […]

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