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Overshoot Day: German ARD Public Television Calls For Consumers To Be Punished By “So Damn Expensive” Prices

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGreen hubris: ARD German public television commentary labels its audience “consumption addicts” – mentally ill – and pleads they be punished with “so damn expensive” prices. Germany’s equivalent of the BBC, publicly (forced) funded ARD Broadcasting aired a commentary on Monday evening by journalist Lorenz Beckhardt. The commentary was to respond to the latest […]

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Two European Professors: IPCC Climate Modeling Methodology Opens Door To "Fake Conclusions" ..."Manipulations""

Two European Professors: IPCC Climate Modeling Methodology Opens Door To “Fake Conclusions” …”Manipulations””

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTwo European professors recently wrote that the IPCC projections of future warming are based on huge unknowns, and do not take the past properly into account. This means that projections of the future of the world’s climate are unreliable, according to Samuel Furfari, Professor at the Free University of Brussels, and Henri Masson, Professor […]

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12 New Papers Provide Robust Evidence The Earth Was Warmer During Medieval Times

12 New Papers Provide Robust Evidence The Earth Was Warmer During Medieval Times

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClaims that modern temperatures are globally warmer than they were during Medieval times (~800 to 1250 A.D.) have been contradicted by a flurry of new (2019) scientific papers. Southern Ocean/SE Pacific (SSTs) The Medieval Warm Period (1100 years BP) was 1.5°C warmer than today (14°C vs. 12.5°C) in the SE Pacific or Southern Ocean. […]

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Lingen Cheated: Germany's New All-Time Record High Resulted From DWD Weather Service Lousy Station Siting

Lingen Cheated: Germany’s New All-Time Record High Resulted From DWD Weather Service Lousy Station Siting

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDuring last week’s record-setting European heat wave, Germany’s previous record of 40.3C was impressively shattered by the measurement station located at the northwest city of Lingen, near the Dutch border, some 50 kilometers from where I live. The German DWD weather service and media loved it! Controversial siting Yet, controversy now swirls about the […]

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US Justice Also Needs To Focus On Fabricated “NASA Climate Dossier” Which Aims To Frame CO2, Citizens

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAs it emerges the “Russia Affair” was based on a dossier of fabricated, phony data designed to wrongfully criminalize a President, it also has become clear that trace gas CO2 has been similarly set up using a phony climate dossier. It too was made up – in great part by NASA. Let’s hope the […]

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While Boasting About Cutting CO2, Europe In Fact Driving Up Carbon Dioxide Emissions …Through TROPICAL DEFORESTATION!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Die kalte Sonne Europeans are eating too many imports from tropical countries, which are cutting down the rainforest and thus fueling climate change, says Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg: EU consumption linked to tropical deforestation A sixth of all emissions resulting from the typical diet of an EU citizen can be directly […]

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1970s: Earth Warmed 0.6°C From 1880-1940 And Cooled -0.3°C From 1940-1970. Now It's 0.1°C And -0.05°C.

1970s: Earth Warmed 0.6°C From 1880-1940 And Cooled -0.3°C From 1940-1970. Now It’s 0.1°C And -0.05°C.

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Image Source: National Academy of Sciences,  Understanding Climatic Change About 45 years ago, the “consensus” in climate science (as summarized by Williamson, 1975) was quite different than today’s version. 1. The Medieval Warm Period was about 1°C warmer than present overall while the “largely ice-free” Arctic was 4°C warmer, allowing the Vikings to […]

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Prominent German Economist Calls For 20-Hour Work Week, Less Housing, Real Role Models To Rescue Climate!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe online, center right Junge Freiheit of Germany here reports on how German award-winning economist Niko Paech is calling for a profound scaling back of industry in Germany, and a 20-hour workweek, in order to protect the climate. The DLF article on the interview here summed it up: “If working hours and hence income […]

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More Data Shenanigans At NASA. "Unadjusted" Data Get Whole New Definition: No Longer "Raw", But Now "Quality Controlled"

More Data Shenanigans At NASA. “Unadjusted” Data Get Whole New Definition: No Longer “Raw”, But Now “Quality Controlled”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and P. Gosselin What’s with NASA GISS? The data shenanigans there seem to have no end. Most of us have noticed that with every new version of temperature data that gets generated by NASA GISS, the more warming that comes with it. The first half of the 20th century often gets cooled […]

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1980s Science: Ice Cores Show CO2 Naturally Rose 200 ppm (65 ppm/100 Years) During The Early Holocene

1980s Science: Ice Cores Show CO2 Naturally Rose 200 ppm (65 ppm/100 Years) During The Early Holocene

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA few decades ago it was “consensus” science that CO2 levels had reached 400 ppm (and even up to 500 ppm) during the Early Holocene, with rising amplitudes of greater than 200 ppm and rates of 65 ppm in less than a century. Then the “consensus” opinion changed. In 1982 it was still quite […]

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FridaysForFuture Fizzles With Kids On Summer Break… Greta Sees Only 2000 In Berlin, Mostly Adults/Organizers

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNot 20,000, rather only 2000 people see Greta in Berlin! Michael Krueger (Text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) Four months ago in March, 20,000-25,000 pupils and demonstrators took part with Greta in the demonstration in Berlin. But last Friday, only about 2,000 people showed up despite the fact that the demonstration with Greta was greatly […]

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“Join The Skeptical Movement” …Hip German Youths Push Back On Climate Hysteria, Post Skeptic Videos, Go Viral!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhat follows today is really quite cool, and highly encouraging in a country known for lockstep thought. Over the past months we’ve seen great media hype in Germany surrounding climate alarmist youngsters like Greta, FFF and more recently Rezo, who have played major roles in stirring up a lot of climate hysteria, all aided […]

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