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Another Blow! Two New Studies Show Climate Models Have “Large Deficits” …Running “Too Hot”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClimate sensitivity and the warming pattern By Die kalte Sonne (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) In March 2018, we reported on a paper that derived the sensitivity of our climate system with the best data available. Lewis/Curry (2018) reached the result: 1.3 °C for doubling of the CO2 in the atmosphere with a […]

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NASA GISS Surface Station Temperature Trends Based On Sheer Guess Work, Made-Up Data, Says Japanese Climate Expert

NASA GISS Surface Station Temperature Trends Based On Sheer Guess Work, Made-Up Data, Says Japanese Climate Expert

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Whenever NASA GISS announces how recent global temperatures are much hotter than, for example, 100 years ago, just how statistically reliable are such statements? Most will agree, based mainly on sundry observations, that today is indeed warmer than it was when surface temperatures began to be recorded back in […]

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Scientists Find Antarctica Is Rapidly Cooling And Any Ice Sheet Melt Is Not Due To CO2, But Natural

Scientists Find Antarctica Is Rapidly Cooling And Any Ice Sheet Melt Is Not Due To CO2, But Natural

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNatural variability rules in Antarctica. Scientists identify clouds, wind, and localized solar heating – not CO2 – as the factors driving ice melt. Rising CO2 leads to Antarctic cooling. Image Source: Lüning et al. 2019 Antarctica rapidly cooling in recent decades In a review of the scientific literature, Lüning et al. 2019 report Antarctica as […]

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Surprise JULY SNOW Falls In Poland… June Temperature Trends See No Rise Across Canada, Iceland

Surprise JULY SNOW Falls In Poland… June Temperature Trends See No Rise Across Canada, Iceland

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Share this…FacebookTwitter“Snow in July – this surprised everyone. We remember times when it fell in April or even in May, but not during summer vacation.” By Kirye and Pierre Ice Age now here reported, “snow and record low temperatures” in Poland — in July — earlier this week. According to Polish sources, there was fresh […]

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Alarmists Red-Faced As Satellite Image Analyses Show Globe Has Greened Markedly Over Past 4 Decades

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman climate science skeptic Michael Kruger of Science Skeptical here writes that the earth has become GREENER and more fertile due to more CO2 and warming. Source: Zhu et al Hard to believe, but the earth is not turning into a desert and more arid due to the CO2 increase in the atmosphere, like alarmist […]

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Prominent Veteran Meteorologist Pleads For Moderation In The Climate Debate, Slams Both Hardcore Alarmists, “Deniers”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAverting a bloody climate science civil war It’s time to take the debate away from the extreme factions and to move it to cooler heads, says veteran Swiss meteorologist Jörg Kachelmann Former German Public television meteorologist Jörg Kachelmann wrote an essay commentary for the Swiss online Die Weltwoche here titled “Tell me where you […]

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Physicists: Clouds 'Practically Control' Climate, Whereas Human Warming Amounts To 0.01°C Per 100 Years

Physicists: Clouds ‘Practically Control’ Climate, Whereas Human Warming Amounts To 0.01°C Per 100 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTwo University of Turku (Finland) physicists have determined a) the climate’s sensitivity to a doubling of CO2 is 0.24°C, b) the human contribution to the warming of the past century is only about 0.01°C, c) the IPCC and climate modeling dramatically overestimate CO2’s climate impact, and d) variations in low cloud cover control the […]

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Energy Ruin? German Expert: Fridays-For-Future Demands Would Cost Households $1150 – A Month!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFritz Vahrenholt: Merkel’s stricter climate targets to cost Germany another 3 trillion euros. The stricter climate protection targets recently announced by Chancellor Angela Merkel at a Protestant Church Congress would put a considerable burden on the German economy and every single household. If the goal formulated by Merkel to increase the CO2 reduction target […]

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Ice Box July: Unusual Cold, Surface Frost Sweep Across Central Europe! July Arctic Ice Volume Trend Now Increasing

Ice Box July: Unusual Cold, Surface Frost Sweep Across Central Europe! July Arctic Ice Volume Trend Now Increasing

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhere have all the globe-trotting climate ambulance chasers gone? Well, they’re nowhere to be found in Europe nowadays. Hat-tip: Snowfan in Germany The reason is the unusual cold that has swept across a large swath of the continent and which has sent temperatures plummeting to near freezing. Icebox July: Parts of Central Europe saw […]

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Scientists: Humans Perform As Well Or Better When Exposed To High (5000-15000 ppm) vs. Low CO2 Concentrations

Scientists: Humans Perform As Well Or Better When Exposed To High (5000-15000 ppm) vs. Low CO2 Concentrations

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new paper finds the performance of test-taking (cognitive, decision-making) “astronaut-like” subjects exposed to 5000 ppm CO2 was “similar to or exceeded” the performance of those exposed to baseline (600 ppm). This study follows up on a 2018 paper that determined submariners exposed to 15000 ppm CO2 performed just as well as subjects exposed […]

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Red Sea Temperature Record Shows It Follows The AMO, Not CO2 … “Natural Climate Oscillations”

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Share this…FacebookTwitter AMO cycle on the downward side: Red Sea to cool in the coming decades By Die kalte Sonne (German text translated by P Gosselin) Seven years ago, in our book “The Forgotten Sun”, we proposed using ocean cycles for medium-term forecasts. At the time, the climate establishment was strictly opposed to this. Today […]

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Medieval Climate Anomaly Now Confirmed In Southern Hemisphere On All Four Continents

Medieval Climate Anomaly Now Confirmed In Southern Hemisphere On All Four Continents

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn Medieval times, the penguins had it nice and warm By Die kalte Sonne (German text translated in the English by P Gosselin) Image Source: Lüning et al. 2019 For a long time it has been said that the Medieval Warm Period was a purely North Atlantic phenomenon. This has proved to be wrong. […]

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Scientist Spots High Geothermal Heat Flux In East Greenland – ‘Dramatic Consequences For Ice Basal Melting’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGeothermal heat flux can foment upper mantle temperature anomalies of 800–1000 °C, and these extreme heat intensities have been found to stretch across 500 km of central-east Greenland. This could result in “a significant contribution of ice melt to the ice-drainage system of Greenland” (Artemieva et al., 2019). Evidence of more than 100,000 formerly or […]

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90 Leading Italian Scientists Sign Petition: CO2 Impact On Climate "UNJUSTIFIABLY EXAGGERATED" … Catastrophic Predictions "NOT REALISTIC"

90 Leading Italian Scientists Sign Petition: CO2 Impact On Climate “UNJUSTIFIABLY EXAGGERATED” … Catastrophic Predictions “NOT REALISTIC”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNOTE: The English version of the petition that follows below is an unpolished translation of the original Italian version. The English version still needs to be polished up a bit, but it fully and accurately conveys the overall thrust of the original Italian version. In 1517, a 33-year-old theology professor at Wittenberg University walked […]

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New Study In Journal Of Earth Sciences: Human Activities “Not Responsible For Observed CO2 Increase”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new paper appearing in the journal Earth Sciences here authored by Hermann Harde of the Helmut-Schmidt-University, Hamburg Germany, is stirring up more controversy among the climate science community, which generally claims humans have been responsible for rise in atmospheric CO2 concentrations since the mid 19th century. The opposite is true According to Harde, […]

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France’s 70-Day Heat Wave Of 1911 Killed 41,000 In “Uninterrupted Heat”, Most Were Babies

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHistory shows French heat waves used to be far deadlier. The year 1911 saw an uninterrupted scorching summer and tens of thousands of lives lost. As is the case with modern reports claiming all new “unprecedented events” written by the climate ambulance chasing media, we usually find out days later that such events have […]

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New Paper: Mammals Thrived and Diversified With ~2000-4000 ppm CO2, 20°C Warmer Oceans Than Today

New Paper: Mammals Thrived and Diversified With ~2000-4000 ppm CO2, 20°C Warmer Oceans Than Today

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMarine species evolved, thrived, and diversified in 35 to 40°C ocean temperatures and CO2 concentrations “5-10x higher than present-day values” (Voosen, 2019 and Henkes et al., 2018). Image Source: Voosen, 2019 I. The insignificance of modern “global warming” Today’s ocean temperatures average about 16°C. CO2 levels hover around 400 parts per million (0.04%). The […]

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