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German "Speech Police" Announce 2019's Defamatory Word Of The Year: "Climate Hysteria"!

German “Speech Police” Announce 2019’s Defamatory Word Of The Year: “Climate Hysteria”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThat’s right, last week a panel, made up of 4 pompous linguists and one journalist, chose “climate hysteria” as Germany’s taboo word (un-word) of 2019. Image: PatriotRetort.com Discriminatory, disguising or misleading The Unwort des Jahres (un-word of the year) is a new or recently popularized term used in Germany which a panel deems “violates […]

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Bike Riding May Be Gentle On Climate, But Remains Extremely Dangerous To Health And Life!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNot long ago one (right wing) politician warned before the German Parliament that the bicycle as a means of transport was extremely dangerous – especially for children – and thus ought not be promoted. “Highly impractical and dangerous” This of course brought ridicule from the infallible leftists and greens – and yes, even from […]

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Ireland Temperatures Cooling Since 1988. And Deep Blue Vermont Says 'No' To Wind Power

Ireland Temperatures Cooling Since 1988. And Deep Blue Vermont Says ‘No’ To Wind Power

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and P. Gosselin Yes, climate change is real. But what they don’t tell us is that in many places that change has gone in the opposite direction of what alarmists like to have us think. Moreover, that change is obviously driven far more by natural causes, such as solar and oceanic cycles, […]

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19 Papers Published In 2019 Affirm Sea Levels Were METERS Higher Than Today 4-8 Thousand Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe onslaught of paleoclimate evidence for warmer-than-now Mid-Holocene climates – when the Earth’s sea levels were meters higher than they are today –  stormed through 2019. There were 107 scientific papers published this past year indicating today’s warmth isn’t even close to being unusual or unprecedented when compared to the climates of the last […]

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Fizzling FFF! ARD Trends: Only 27% Of Germans Regard Climate Protection As A Political Priority

Fizzling FFF! ARD Trends: Only 27% Of Germans Regard Climate Protection As A Political Priority

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAt his German news commentary site, Gabor Steingart reports on the results of the latest ARD German public broadcasting trend analyses. Here it’s clear that German citizens are speaking loud and clear on the topic of climate protection: not so fast! Rush to Green Deal without support Lately the media and politicians have been […]

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Comprehensive Data, Recent Studies In Top Journals: Antarctica Stable, Temps Falling, Ice Mass Growing!

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Share this…FacebookTwitter News from Antarctica: how’s the ice? By Kalte Sonne (German text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) The ice in Antarctica, how is it doing? Is it melting, is it growing? In the following we wishto present the latest literature on the subject. There is a lot to report. Fasten your seat belt, there’s a […]

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Scientists: Rising CO2 REDUCES Fires...Australian (Global) Fires Were More Common In Colder (Pre-1950s) Climates

Scientists: Rising CO2 REDUCES Fires…Australian (Global) Fires Were More Common In Colder (Pre-1950s) Climates

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe current furor about an alleged connection between climate change, CO2 emissions, and Australian fires finds no support in the scientific literature. According to scientists, rising CO2 concentrations reduce fire ignition and burned area. Further, both global-scale and Australian fires were far more pervasive during the colder Little Ice Age. Here’s what the scientific […]

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Canada's Missing Heat: Stations Across The Country Show More Cooling Than Warming

Canada’s Missing Heat: Stations Across The Country Show More Cooling Than Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and P. Gosselin Global warming alarmists like claiming that a certain place is seeing more warming and climate change than everywhere else. Remarkably, they say that about almost everywhere, which of course makes no sense. Today we look at Canadian temperature trends using the data from the Japan Meteorological Institute (JMA) for […]

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Forgotten Fact: 1974/75 Australian Bush Fires Were More Than 9 Times Greater Than Those Of 2019/20!

Forgotten Fact: 1974/75 Australian Bush Fires Were More Than 9 Times Greater Than Those Of 2019/20!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman climate blogger Snow Fan here presents some background on Australian bush fires.  It turns out that the 1974/75 bush fires were considerably larger in area than the 2019/20 bush fires we have been witnessing. The Australian bush fires of 2019/20 have seen an area as big as southern Germany (see above). But in […]

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Distinguished Professor: “Time To Retire The Notion Hurricanes Are Slowing Down (Much Less Attribution Claims)”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClimate alarmist scientists refuted Distinguished climate expert Roger Pielke Jr. tweeted on recent findings contradicting alarmist claims that tropical storms have slowed down (thus stick around longer and wreak more devastation) or are more frequent and intense. First, lets look at frequency and intensity. No detected upward intensity/frequency trend at all In an article […]

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Despite 1990s Warming, Japan Climate Has Become More Agreeable, Less Extreme Over Past 100 Years!

Despite 1990s Warming, Japan Climate Has Become More Agreeable, Less Extreme Over Past 100 Years!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThough the media like to tell their audience that man-made climate change is leading to more extreme weather, the data don’t support it. In fact, one could easily argue that Japan’s climate is more agreeable today. By Kirye in Tokyo and Pierre Gosselin No trend in long-term annual precipitation Over the past 100 years, […]

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German 2019 Weather-Related Insured Damage BELOW AVERAGE For 6th Consecutive Year!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHat-tip: Die kalte Sonne In 2019, weather-related events in Germany caused insured damage to houses, household contents, commerce, industry and motor vehicles amounting to 3.2 billion euros. This is the result of preliminary figures published in a press release by the German Insurance Association (GDV). The level is thus at the previous year’s level […]

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