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Majority Of East Antarctic Stations Show Cooling Or Stable Temperature Trends

Majority Of East Antarctic Stations Show Cooling Or Stable Temperature Trends

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin A few days ago we looked at the Antarctic peninsula stations and saw that over the past 2 decades 13 of 13 of these stations showed cooling trends. Today we look at 12 stations located at the eastern side of Antarctica, where temperatures are colder: Below the stations’ data […]

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Over 440 Scientific Papers Published In 2019 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn 2019,  more than 440 scientific papers were 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 mainstream media sources. Image Source: Collins et al., […]

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Data: Northern Hemisphere Fall/Winter Snow Cover Continues To Climb. Arctic Ice Mass Stabilizes

Data: Northern Hemisphere Fall/Winter Snow Cover Continues To Climb. Arctic Ice Mass Stabilizes

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Share this…FacebookTwitterData from the University of Rutgers show that northern hemisphere snow cover in the fall and winter have trended upwards since data recording began in 1967. The following chart shows northern hemisphere snow cover for fall, where we see a formidable upward trend: Next we see the chart for wintertime northern hemisphere snow cover. […]

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German Wind Projects Hit Intense Citizens' Protests, Dividing Once Harmonious Communities

German Wind Projects Hit Intense Citizens’ Protests, Dividing Once Harmonious Communities

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite phony wind lobby surveys claiming that over 90% of Germans support an expansion of wind power (and only a 5% fringe oppose), German wind park projects have hit the brick wall of intense citizens’ protest. German protesters demand a stop to the “madness” of the industrialization of nature. Image: proNatur Citizens Initiative.  For […]

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Study Recalculates New Greenhouse Effect Values And Sharply Minimizes CO2's Contribution And Climate Sensitivity

Study Recalculates New Greenhouse Effect Values And Sharply Minimizes CO2’s Contribution And Climate Sensitivity

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnother study finds CO2’s greenhouse effect contribution and climate sensitivity are much smaller than claimed by the IPCC and proponents of anthropogenic global warming. Ollila (2019) reconfigures the “consensus”-derived greenhouse effect radiation values and finds (a) LW absorption only adds 45% to Earth’s present atmospheric greenhouse effect, (b) water vapor dominates (76.4%) the total […]

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$0.34/kwh! German Electricity Prices Skyrocket To New Record Highs…”A Gigantic Redistribution Machine”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s Energiewende (transition to green energies) is driving up prices by Holger Douglas (Translated/edited by P. Gosselin) For a long time, electricity prices have known only one direction: upwards! Ever faster, ever more clearly. Now the shock for many families: The Federal Government has presented official figures in an answer to an inquiry from […]

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World Leading Alps Glaciologist Shows “Today’s Climate, Vegetation And Glacier Situation Nothing Special”

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Share this…FacebookTwitter “Glaciers: climate witnesses of the ice age to the present”. A book review By Horst-Joachim Lüdecke and Klaus-Eckart Puls Hat-tip: Die kalte Sonne (Translated by P. Gosselin Prof. Gernot Patzelt is an internationally renowned glaciologist with numerous publications and lectures. Now he has, as it were, presented his life’s work with the book […]

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NASA Data: 13 Of 13 Antarctic Peninsula, Island Stations Show Cooling Trend Over Past 21 Years!

NASA Data: 13 Of 13 Antarctic Peninsula, Island Stations Show Cooling Trend Over Past 21 Years!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin A few days ago we looked at 19 stations scattered across Antarctica and found no unusual climate trends taking place there over the past 31 years. Today we focus on 13 crucial stations located on and around the Antarctic Peninsula, which alarmists say is threatening to melt down and […]

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New Study: 3°C Cooling In The Last 200 Years, 7°C Warmer ~7800 Years Ago In France

New Study: 3°C Cooling In The Last 200 Years, 7°C Warmer ~7800 Years Ago In France

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new reconstruction (Martin et al., 2020)  shows peak mean annual temperatures (14°C) were 7°C warmer than today (7°C, 2009-2017) ~7800 years ago in France. In the last 200 years temperatures have fallen by ~3°C. Image Source: Martin et al., 2020 Another new study (Caillouet et al., 2019) finds little to no signficant climate […]

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Critics Face Harsh Climate When It Comes To Expressing Dissent – Especially When It Comes To Science

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTough Times for Critics By Die kalte Sonne (Translated by P. Gosselin) The climate issue now dominates almost all areas of life. This makes it all the more important that the arguments of the critics of the climate alarm are finally heard seriously. Unfortunately, this is not the case. On the contrary, those who […]

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No Alarm: NASA Data Show Antarctica Temperature Trends Undergoing Nothing Unusual

No Alarm: NASA Data Show Antarctica Temperature Trends Undergoing Nothing Unusual

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Today we plot NASA Version 4 data for 19 Antarctic stations going back to 1988 (including volcanoes areas of West Antarctica and Peninsula), see map below. The 19 stations were chosen because they have both Version 3 and Version 4 data available. We plot the data on 4 different […]

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North Atlantic Sea Levels Have Been Falling At A Rate Of 7.1 mm/yr Since 2004...In Tandem With 2°C Cooling

North Atlantic Sea Levels Have Been Falling At A Rate Of 7.1 mm/yr Since 2004…In Tandem With 2°C Cooling

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRapid cooling in the North Atlantic has reversed regional sea level changes and has apparently spread to the Greenland ice sheet. Image Source: Chafik et al. (2019) Despite stressing global sea level rise is worrisome and due to anthropogenic warming, Chafik et al. (2019) report a distinct cooling trend in the North Atlantic that […]

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