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Consensus? 200+ New 2019 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

Consensus? 200+ New 2019 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn the first 5½ months of 2019, over 200 scientific papers have been 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 ²²²²mainstream media sources. […]

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Antarctic Dome A Station Sets New Record Low: -82.7°C … And Arctic Ice Hasn't Melted This Decade

Antarctic Dome A Station Sets New Record Low: -82.7°C … And Arctic Ice Hasn’t Melted This Decade

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and P. Gosselin Once predicted to be ice-free by climate “experts”, the Arctic ice has not lost any volume over the current decade. Using the modelled ice volume data from the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), we see June 15 volume trend has been flat since 2010: Data source: DMI Next we examine […]

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German Prof. Writes Activists Have Warped Climate Perception, Why Does Climate Agenda “Lie So Much”?

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe weather sensitivity of activists By Frank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P. Gosselin) Have you noticed it too? Over the last years it’s been climate change that is to blame for everything. Whether it’s storming outside or snowing, whether it’s not storming or not snowing, whether it’s thunderstorming with a lot […]

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Arctic Sea Ice 8000 Years Ago less Than Half Of Today's, Yet Polar Bears Thrived!

Arctic Sea Ice 8000 Years Ago less Than Half Of Today’s, Yet Polar Bears Thrived!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAt Twitter NoTricksZone’s contributor Kenneth Richard posted this paper appearing in the Journal Science in 2011. The papers find that “summer temperatures during the HTM in North Greenland were 2° to 4°C warmer in this part of the Arctic. Atmospheric CO2 concentrations back then of course were much lower than the historically very modest […]

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New Study: U.S. East Coast Has GROWN +5 cm/year Since 1960 After Eroding -55 cm/year During 1830-1956

New Study: U.S. East Coast Has GROWN +5 cm/year Since 1960 After Eroding -55 cm/year During 1830-1956

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite reports of relatively high regional rates of sea level rise, the Atlantic Coast of the United States has actually been expanding in recent decades after rapidly shrinking prior to the 1960s. A 2001 Salon magazine “terror in the skies” alarmism article featured a Dr. James Hansen late-1980s prediction that New York City’s West […]

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Merkel Expert Requests 10H Turbine Setback Rule, Would Seriously Obstruct Wind Energy Expansion

Merkel Expert Requests 10H Turbine Setback Rule, Would Seriously Obstruct Wind Energy Expansion

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOnline German business daily Handelsblatt here reported last month that leading German energy expert Jens Koeppen of Angela Merkel’s CDU party is calling for “drastic” permitting rules when it comes to installing wind turbines. Wind turbine towers over German landscape. Photo: P Gosselin The proposed rules would make a number of proposed wind projects impossible. […]

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Wind Energy Woes: German Expansion “Collapses To Near Zero” …”2019 Threatens To Be A Disaster”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite all the talk about the need to transition over to green energies, Germany’s progress — in especially wind energy — has ground to a complete halt. German news site iwr.de here reports that the expansion of wind energy in Germany has “come the a stop” as the government has scaled back subsidies and […]

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Multiple Recent Papers Dispel Gulf Stream Collapse, Alarming The Climate Alarmism Industry

Multiple Recent Papers Dispel Gulf Stream Collapse, Alarming The Climate Alarmism Industry

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNo Reason For Panic: The Oscillating Gulf Stream By Die kalte Sonne (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) Image: NASA JPL (public domain) The Gulf Stream provides heating for Western Europe. Some climate activists paint horror scenarios on the wall that the Gulf Stream is slowing down or even stopping due to climate change […]

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Swiss Meteorologist Exposes Shocking Lack Of Fundamental Science Knowledge By Climate Scientists

Swiss Meteorologist Exposes Shocking Lack Of Fundamental Science Knowledge By Climate Scientists

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBefore people jump into a debate about weather with veteran Swiss meteorologist Jörg Kachelmann, they’d first better make sure that they really paid close attention at school and did their science homework. In an debate at Twitter, the high-profile, seasoned meteorologist inadvertently exposed a shocking lack of comprehension of fundamental physics by some of […]

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New Study Shows Climate Models Not Even Close To Be Useful For Policymaking. "Precipitation Remains The Achilles' Heel "

New Study Shows Climate Models Not Even Close To Be Useful For Policymaking. “Precipitation Remains The Achilles’ Heel “

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new paper just appeared in the journal of Atmospheric Research titled: “Climate classifications from regional and global climate models: Performances for present climate estimates and expected changes in the future at high spatial resolution“. Hat tip: Reader Mary Brown Though the title itself reveals little about the quality of the performance of models, […]

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Thunbergs' Climate Alarmism Deemed Fanaticism -- "Strangely Courted by Western Elites" -- German Psychiatrist Writes

Thunbergs’ Climate Alarmism Deemed Fanaticism — “Strangely Courted by Western Elites” — German Psychiatrist Writes

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA German psychiatrist has read the Thunbergs’ book, observed climate movement and finds it’s all about fanaticism: “utopian character of demands”…”inability to engage in dialogue and compromise”. Image: S. Fischer Verlag Prof. Dr. med. Dipl.-Psych. Wolfgang Meins, neuropsychologist and professor of psychiatry, penned an article recently published at German libertarian site Achgut.com which looks […]

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New Studies: Northeastern China Was 7-10°C Warmer 9000 Years Ago - And 1.7°C Warmer In The 1800s!

New Studies: Northeastern China Was 7-10°C Warmer 9000 Years Ago – And 1.7°C Warmer In The 1800s!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTwo more new papers add to the voluminous paleoclimate evidence that most of the last 10,000 years were much warmer than modern.  The globe was about 4 to 6°C warmer than it is today between 9000 and 6000 years ago, when CO2 concentrations centered around 265 ppm. Image Source: ScienceDaily.com Some regions exceeded the […]

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What Drives The Solar Cycles? German Scientists Believe They've Found The Answers

What Drives The Solar Cycles? German Scientists Believe They’ve Found The Answers

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists think they found what drives the solar cycles, which a huge body of scientific literature suggests greatly impacts the climate on earth. Sun follows planets’ rhythm New study corroborates the influence of planetary tidal forces on solar activity Images: NASA (public domain) One of the big questions in solar physics is why the […]

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Climate Scientists Astounded...No Arctic Ice Loss In 13 Years… Early June Arctic Ice Growing!

Climate Scientists Astounded…No Arctic Ice Loss In 13 Years… Early June Arctic Ice Growing!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterModelled data by the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) show that Arctic sea ice stopped shrinking 13 years ago, defying earlier predictions made by climate scientists and models. By Kirye and Pierre Gosselin A few days ago we showed how Antarctica’s coastal stations were in fact cooling somewhat rather than warming. This came as a […]

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New Study Finds 12 Of 15 Islands In Florida Bay Have GROWN In Size Since 1953, Continuing A Global Trend

New Study Finds 12 Of 15 Islands In Florida Bay Have GROWN In Size Since 1953, Continuing A Global Trend

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Share this…FacebookTwitterInstead of inundation from sea level rise, 80% of assessed Florida Bay (USA) islands grew in area during 1953-2014, prototyping a global-scale trend in island resistance to rising seas. Image Source: Zhai et al., 2019 Back in 1989, the United Nations issued a dire warning: either reverse the ongoing global warming by the year […]

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Germany’s Zugspitze Sees Snow Depth Spiral Upward To Highest Level in 38 Years – In Late Spring!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMay normally is a month that sees rapid snow melt in Alps. But this year May was an unusually cold month across Central Europe and parts of the Alps saw heavy snow accumulation. A week ago, on May 25, BR public broadcasting reported here how May snow levels at Germany’s tallest peak, Zugspitze, reached […]

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New Proxy Data Show Northern Europe Weather Variability In Sync With Natural Factors: Solar Activity, Oceanic Cycles

New Proxy Data Show Northern Europe Weather Variability In Sync With Natural Factors: Solar Activity, Oceanic Cycles

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnother new paper, which of course will be ignored by the government-funded IPCC because it contradicts claims CO2 drives climate, shows that natural factors dominated the earth’s climate variability. A team of scientists led by Jerome Goslin have published a paper titled Decadal variability of north-eastern Atlantic storminess at the mid-Holocene: New inferences from […]

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