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Scientists: Antarctica Ice Sheet Thinned 400 Meters 5000 Years Ago, And Natural Oceanic Cycles Drive Climate

Scientists: Antarctica Ice Sheet Thinned 400 Meters 5000 Years Ago, And Natural Oceanic Cycles Drive Climate

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Share this…FacebookTwitterToday we present two papers on climate reconstruction using proxy data. One about East Antarctica and the other about belize. Hat-tip reader Mary Brown. AMO behind sea surface temperatures First we look at a paper authored by a team of German scientists: “Great Blue Hole (Lighthouse Reef, Belize): A continuous, annually-resolved record of Common […]

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Scientists: No Correlation Between Climate Change And Wildfires In California - Or Anywhere Else On Earth

Scientists: No Correlation Between Climate Change And Wildfires In California – Or Anywhere Else On Earth

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA “potential connection” between anthropogenic global warming and the frequency or intensity of wildfires in California has yet to emerge in the trend observations. Scientists have found a “lack of correlation between late summer/autumn wildfires” and “summer precipitation or temperature” in coastal California. In fact, “there is no long-term trend in the number of […]

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German Electricity Imports Hit New Record, Rise 43.3 Percent in First Half Of 2020!

German Electricity Imports Hit New Record, Rise 43.3 Percent in First Half Of 2020!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterYou would think that with all the added wind and solar energy in Germany, along with all the conventional power plants on standby, all totaling up to huge unneeded capacity, there would be no need to import any power at all. Well, think again. Photo: P. Gosselin The German epochtimes.de here reports that German […]

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New Study Shows German Offshore Wind Turbines May Cannibalize Each Other When Improperly Sited

New Study Shows German Offshore Wind Turbines May Cannibalize Each Other When Improperly Sited

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHat-tip: Die kalte Sonne According to a new study, the expansion of offshore wind energy planned to date could lead to less electricity actually being produced at higher costs because, according to current planning, wind farms are taking the wind away from each other. The researchers from the Technical University of Denmark in Roskilde […]

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New Study Finds Weak CO2-Induced Warming An 'Implausible' Explanation For The End-Triassic Mass Extinction

New Study Finds Weak CO2-Induced Warming An ‘Implausible’ Explanation For The End-Triassic Mass Extinction

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Share this…FacebookTwitterEvidence that temperature swings of ±17°C occurred during the end-Triassic mass extinction event imply that CO2 would have needed to increase 8- to 1,024-fold (3 to 10 doublings) to have induced that magnitude of temperature change. It didn’t. Evidence from a new study (Petryshyn et al., 2020) suggests “repeated” temperature swings of 16-17°C occurred […]

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Greta Thunberg's Scandinavia Has Seen August Cooling Trend Over The Past Quarter Century

Greta Thunberg’s Scandinavia Has Seen August Cooling Trend Over The Past Quarter Century

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Today we plot the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) data for Northern Europe for the month of August, 2020. We have selected this region because it is the home of 17-year old climate alarmist/activist Greta Thunberg, who thinks the planet is heating up rapidly and so we’re all doomed. We […]

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Schizophrenic German Wind Power Output In August, Plagued By Wild Volatility

Schizophrenic German Wind Power Output In August, Plagued By Wild Volatility

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHere’s another example illustrating just how volatile and unreliable wind energy really is. Wind energy proponents like to claim that although turbines installed on land don’t produce so optimally, the ones at sea are wonderful because the wind there is always blowing and so it all kind of evens out. The chart below shows […]

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Austrian Analyst: Things With Greenhouse Effect (GHE) Aren't Adding Up..."Something Totally Wrong"

Austrian Analyst: Things With Greenhouse Effect (GHE) Aren’t Adding Up…”Something Totally Wrong”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSomething is rotten with the GHE By Erich Schaffer Introduction The greenhouse effect (GHE) is a well established theory which most people consider a solid fact, even those who are otherwise “critical” over global warming. On the other side there are some voices who “deny” the GHE with flatearther-like arguments, which seemingly only adds […]

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Two New Temperature Records Show No Warming In Central Asia Since 1766 A.D. Or In Spain Since 1350 A.D.

Two New Temperature Records Show No Warming In Central Asia Since 1766 A.D. Or In Spain Since 1350 A.D.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists continue to publish papers revealing no unusual climate trends for the last several centuries in many regions of the world. Despite the 135 ppm increase in CO2 concentration (275 ppm to 410 ppm) since the 1700s, a new 250-year temperature (precipitation) reconstruction (Peng et al., 2020) shows there has been no net warming […]

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Green Dream Arrives In Germany! But Repowering Obstacles Pose “Imminent Catastrophe” For Wind Power

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe  green dream, with all its scenic beauty and nature conservation, has arrived in northern Germany. But now that green dream faces more obstacles.  All is not so wunderbar when it comes to Germany’s wind power outlook. Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act, passed in 2000, was intended to ensure the generation of “green” electricity. […]

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Year Of Global Cooling. JRC Analysis Show Land And Sea Surface Temperatures Continue To Fall

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt The global mean temperature of the satellite-based measurements remained almost unchanged in August compared to July. The deviation from the 30-year average (1981 to 2010) was 0.43 degrees Celsius. Temperature measurements on land and in the sea continue to decrease, as the graph of the JRC analysis shows, especially in the […]

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Scientists Just Discovered Their Past Carbon Budget Guesses Have All Along Been Twice As Wrong As They Thought

Scientists Just Discovered Their Past Carbon Budget Guesses Have All Along Been Twice As Wrong As They Thought

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new assumption about carbon budgets reveals climate scientists have been vastly underestimating (by a factor of 2) the amount of carbon absorbed by the ocean for decades. Every past carbon budget estimate has been twice as wrong as the current estimate. When it comes to the ocean heat fluxes and source vs. sink […]

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