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Expensive Especially For Home Owners! Wind Turbines Can Decrease Property Values By Up To 23%, German Study Finds!

Expensive Especially For Home Owners! Wind Turbines Can Decrease Property Values By Up To 23%, German Study Finds!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWind energy is not only an eyesore in the middle of what is often times an idyllic landscape and an unreliable source of power, but it is also expensive – especially if you are a homeowner nearby a wind park a German study has found. ============================================= Hat-tip: Die kalte Sonne Industrial turbines knock down […]

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For Most Of The Last 10,000 Years, Greenland Ice Sheet and Glacier Volume Was Smaller Than Today

For Most Of The Last 10,000 Years, Greenland Ice Sheet and Glacier Volume Was Smaller Than Today

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMost of the ice currently melting on Greenland only formed during the last few hundred years. Image Source: Mikkelson et al., 2018 A new paper (Axford et al., 2019) reveals NW Greenland’s “outlet glaciers were smaller than today from ~9.4 to 0.2 ka BP” (9,400 to 200 years before 1950), and that “most of […]

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Climate Ambulance Chasers Glum: Pacific Tropical Storms Near Record Low... Hurricane Development Hampered

Climate Ambulance Chasers Glum: Pacific Tropical Storms Near Record Low… Hurricane Development Hampered

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Share this…FacebookTwitterI’ve always wondered why alarmists blame storms on climate change, but then go totally silent when storms are absent. Just weather? Yesterday at WeatherBELL Analytics Saturday Summary video, 40-year veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi focused on global tropical storm activity. Western Pacific typhoon activity near record low On the western Pacific front, Bastardi says: “Normally […]

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Media Ignore Vast Summer Cold Across Northern Hemisphere; Southern USA, Russia See "Record Lows" In July

Media Ignore Vast Summer Cold Across Northern Hemisphere; Southern USA, Russia See “Record Lows” In July

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhile the headlines naturally focused on an intense heat wave over a region centered over France and Germany last week, the global warming ambulance chasers worked overtime avoiding and ignoring the real story: vast, continent-wide cold spreading across Russia. Heat and cold zero-sum First at the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE), Klaus […]

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New German Book Casts Doubt Over Alarmist Global Warming Claims: "No Consensus" …"Even Serious Dissent"

New German Book Casts Doubt Over Alarmist Global Warming Claims: “No Consensus” …”Even Serious Dissent”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFrom Die kalte Sonne here: Problems with the climate problem Image source: BoD – Books on Demand At the end of July Eike Roth published a book titled “Problems with the climate problem: A myth crumbles“.  The book’s description: The climate is changing in a threatening manner. It has already become a degree warmer. […]

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Biblical City Ur Used To Sit On The Persian Gulf Coast 6000 Years Ago. Today Its Ruins Sit 200 km Inland.

Biblical City Ur Used To Sit On The Persian Gulf Coast 6000 Years Ago. Today Its Ruins Sit 200 km Inland.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe world was much warmer and greener with meters-higher sea levels just a few thousand years ago. Between 9000 to 6000 years ago, when global temperatures were 4-6°C warmer than they are today, the Sahara was a tree- and lake-covered haven teeming with megafauna and human civilizations (Manning and Timpson, 2014). Image Source: LiveScience […]

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