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Reduced Blogging This Weekend Due To Berlin 100/24 'Megamarsch'

Reduced Blogging This Weekend Due To Berlin 100/24 ‘Megamarsch’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThere won’t as much blogging from my side this weekend because I’ll be participating in the so-called “Berlin Megamarsch” (Mega-Walk). At the Berlin 100/24 Megamarsch, participants take on the challenge of walking 100 kilometers within 24 hours. The fun starts Saturday, August 31, at 4 p.m. when some 1500 participants will begin following a […]

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NASA: We Can't Model Clouds, So Climate Models Are 100 Times Less Accurate Than Needed For Projections

NASA: We Can’t Model Clouds, So Climate Models Are 100 Times Less Accurate Than Needed For Projections

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNASA has conceded that climate models lack the precision required to make climate projections due to the inability to accurately model clouds.  Clouds have the capacity to dramatically influence climate changes in both radiative longwave (the “greenhouse effect”) and shortwave. Cloud cover domination in longwave radiation In the longwave, clouds thoroughly dwarf the CO2 […]

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Body-Slamming The Poor! New Studies Show Renewable Energies “Have Virtually Doubled The Price Of Electricity”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSome fresh new scientific papers are confirming that renewable energies, particularly wind and solar power, are not delivering what was promised – not by a long shot. They likely will become far more of a burden than a benefit. “Virtually doubled the price of electricity” For example, Pereira et al., 2019  writes that “growth […]

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New Studies Show Solar Activity Has Major Impact On Europe's Climate, Cannot Be Dismissed

New Studies Show Solar Activity Has Major Impact On Europe’s Climate, Cannot Be Dismissed

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Share this…FacebookTwitter How the sun impacts European climate By Die kalte Sonne (German text translated by P Gosselin) Images: NASA Observatory The gigantic nuclear fusion power plant of the sun reliably supplies the earth with energy. However, the IPCC’s current doctrine is that fluctuations in solar activity have no effect whatsoever on the Earth’s climate. […]

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A 1000-Year-Old Forest Buried Under Alaska's Mendenhall Glacier Uncovers A Warm Medieval Period

A 1000-Year-Old Forest Buried Under Alaska’s Mendenhall Glacier Uncovers A Warm Medieval Period

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn recent decades, North American glaciers have advanced by many kilometers and buried forests in ice in the same regions where glaciers have receded and uncovered Medieval-era forests. Image Source: Davi et al., 2019 Ancient forests buried beneath ice for the last ~1,000 years began “popping out from under southern Alaska’s Mendenhall Glacier” and […]

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New Study: Pre-1900 Rainfall Events In Sydney, Melbourne “More Extreme” Than Modern Times

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe global warming crazies keep insisting that weather has become more extreme, but whenever a study looks at the past weather, it finds the opposite to be true. The latest is a new study titled “Historical extreme rainfall events in southeastern Australia” authored by Ashcroft et al appearing in the journal Weather and Climate […]

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Global Cooling Trend Continues… Europe 2019 August Thus Far “Undercooled”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAlthough Europe is expected to enjoy summerlike temperatures over the next few days, the globe as a whole is showing a number of large areas of cooling, the latest NCEP GFS forecast shows. Hat-tip: Snowfan here. The trend forecast for global 2m temperatures from August 24 to August 31, 2019 (forecast day 7 minus […]

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Earth Surface Temperature Data Too Scant, No Certainty. Southern Hemisphere Stations Show Cooling Since 1880!

Earth Surface Temperature Data Too Scant, No Certainty. Southern Hemisphere Stations Show Cooling Since 1880!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin It is a fact that land surface temperature records going back before 1900 globally are very few and sparse. Worldwide there are only 116 stations Version 3, unadjusted datasets that go all the way back to January 1880 – most of them are located in USA and Europe (northern […]

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Sum-Of-Contributor Evidence Shows Global Sea Levels Have Recently Been Rising

Sum-Of-Contributor Evidence Shows Global Sea Levels Have Recently Been Rising <1 Millimeter Per Year

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn recent decades, the Earth’s seas have been rising at a rate of under 0.8 mm/year (8 cm per century) according to estimations of the sum of contributions to sea level rise. In contrast, sea levels rose at rates of more than 40 mm/year ~10,000 years ago. Relative sea level rise can be calculated […]

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Africa's Shortterm Freshwater Trends Largely Driven By Natural Variability

Africa’s Shortterm Freshwater Trends Largely Driven By Natural Variability

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA recent study finds that Africa’s freshwater storages are driven by natural variability. Image: ScienceDirect Hat-tip: Mary Brown The authors examined GRACE satellite data and also found that Central Africa’s water storages are partially controlled by deforestation, and in northern Africa are controlled by groundwater extraction. What follows is the paper’s abstract, which does […]

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Northern Europe July Temperature Sees NO WARMING Over Past Decades. Global July Not A Record High!

Northern Europe July Temperature Sees NO WARMING Over Past Decades. Global July Not A Record High!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Parts of Europe have seen a couple of brief but intense heat waves this summer, and so some of the public got brainwashed by the media into thinking the continent’s summer climate is rapidly getting hotter and that all this is the new normal. Yet, when we examine the […]

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New GBR Study: 400% Coral Recovery Since 2014 - With 2017 Growth Rates Comparable To The 1970s

New GBR Study: 400% Coral Recovery Since 2014 – With 2017 Growth Rates Comparable To The 1970s

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA long-term (50 years) study of a Great Barrier Reef (GBR) ecoystem finds corals may quickly recover from El Niño disturbances. According to scientists (Yan et al., 2019), coral reef ecosystems thrive in centennial-scale warming phases such as the Medieval Warm Period and Current Warm Period, whereas they experience population declines (“switch-off” episodes) during […]

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