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Germany’s July Wind Energy Takes A Summer Vacation, Showing Country’s Renewable Energies Remain Unreliable

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Die kalte Sonne (Translated/edited by P. Gosselin) In a guest article in the German DIE ZEIT, Rainer Moormann and Anna Veronika Wendland recently mentioned the subject of the nuclear phase-out. There is a replica of it at Erneuerbareenergien.de, written by Nicole Weinhold. In it the author puts forward the idea that a simultaneous […]

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The IPCC Claimed Earth Warmed 0.6°C From 1861-2014. Now It's Claimed Earth Warmed 1.72°C From 1850-2015

The IPCC Claimed Earth Warmed 0.6°C From 1861-2014. Now It’s Claimed Earth Warmed 1.72°C From 1850-2015

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe magnitude of claimed global warming since the mid-1800s has tripled from 0.56°C to 1.72°C in the last few years. As recently as 1994, the IPCC claimed global surface temperatures had risen “0.3 to 0.6°C” (0.45°C) since 1861. By 2001, it was changed to 0.61°C warming from 1861 to 2000 (IPCC TAR 2001). Image […]

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Data From 2 Independent Studies Show No Correlation Between CO2 And Temperature

Data From 2 Independent Studies Show No Correlation Between CO2 And Temperature

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman climatologist Professor Dr. Horst-Joachim Lüdecke recently took data from two independent studies and superimposed them. The result shows  the long claimed atmospheric CO2-global temperature correlation doesn’t exist.  The first data set was global temperature anomaly going back 600 million years, taken from the results of a paper by Came and Veizer, appearing in […]

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Kenyan Biologist: Nature Conservation Is "New Colonialism"...Africa "A Place For White Elitists To Enjoy"

Kenyan Biologist: Nature Conservation Is “New Colonialism”…Africa “A Place For White Elitists To Enjoy”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe ugly face of environmentalism exposed… “Nature conservation is the new colonialism,” Kenyan ecologist Mordecai Ogada told German magazine GEO. A Kenyan biologist thinks white Europeans and Americans are using “nature conservation” for “self promotion” and have created nothing but failure in Africa. He accuses NGOs and nature conservation organizations of creating a “permanent […]

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Warmth-Demanding Species, Glacier Melt Measurements Affirm Early Holocene Svalbard Was 7°C Warmer Than Now

Warmth-Demanding Species, Glacier Melt Measurements Affirm Early Holocene Svalbard Was 7°C Warmer Than Now

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Share this…FacebookTwitterUsing biomarker evidence (for example, the Early Holocene presence of sea creatures unable to survive below fixed warmth thresholds) and glacier melt extent measurements (for example, sea shells buried 6 km inside a glacier), scientists have been colloborating on a growing consensus that much of Arctic Svalbard was about 7°C warmer than today during […]

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German Officials, Media, Scientists Hiding Facts Behind Sudden North And Baltic Sea Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Die kalte Sonne  (German text translated by P. Gosselin) The Federal Ministry of Transport is looking at the temperature of the North German seas. Is that really the right Ministry for this? And why has the Green Party’s Steffi Lemke put forth this question? Before we take a closer look, let’s first clarify […]

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Climate Alarmist Claim Blown to Smithereens: Unlikely That Warm Arctic Leads To Cold Winters

Climate Alarmist Claim Blown to Smithereens: Unlikely That Warm Arctic Leads To Cold Winters

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Image: NASA (public domain) By Die kalte Sonne Do you remember the wild story that cold winters in Central Europe are supposedly a consequence of the Arctic turbo-heating? A great sideshow hypothesis in those years when winters were suddenly colder than expected. A study by Dai & Song 2020 has now brought the idea […]

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Japan's Deaths From Suicide Far Exceed Those Caused By COVID-19, Even More Suicides Expected

Japan’s Deaths From Suicide Far Exceed Those Caused By COVID-19, Even More Suicides Expected

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin COVID 19 deaths in Japan diverts attention from growing number of suicides   It’s a long known but also a tragically long ignored problem in Japan: suicide. With all the focus on COVID-19 nowadays, other more pressing problems often fall off the radar and get ignored. One problem in Japan […]

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Natural Variability: The Northern Hemisphere Cooled And Warmed By 1°C In Decades ~1500 Years Ago

Natural Variability: The Northern Hemisphere Cooled And Warmed By 1°C In Decades ~1500 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt is claimed Earth’s surface has warmed by 1°C in the last 140 years – which is a supposedly rapid climate change. But a new study suggests the Northern Hemisphere surface naturally cooled by 1°C in 8 or 9 years, then warmed up again by 1°C within decades during the Late Antique Little Ice […]

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German Climate Realist Scientists Launching Climate Science Videos To Disalarm The Public

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman expert scientists, geologist Dr. Sebastian Lüning and chemist Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt, need funding to get out climate realist message, which the well-funded activists don’t want you to hear. ========================== German climate video site: asking for donations By Kalte Sonne German text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) Dear readers, On television and on YouTube, climate […]

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The Coldest Temperatures Since the 1960s Responsible For A Rapid Rise In Recent Cold-Weather Deaths

The Coldest Temperatures Since the 1960s Responsible For A Rapid Rise In Recent Cold-Weather Deaths

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study finds China’s 2016 “cold wave” – a sudden 6°C temperature plunge below the average, sustained over several days – resulted in a dramatic increase in cold-related deaths for a period of 5 weeks. Since the 1980s, there have been 20 times more deaths attributable to cold weather than to hot weather […]

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North Germany Cool Summer: Max Daily Temp Finally Reaches 80°F First Time This July

North Germany Cool Summer: Max Daily Temp Finally Reaches 80°F First Time This July

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany has been seeing the opposite of the hotly projected “another record hot” summer the media blared on about earlier in May. Instead it’s been pretty cool this month. Looking at the maximum temperatures reached so far this month at major northern Germany cities, today is the first for many to see readings finally […]

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