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German Prof: Climate Science Politicized, Exaggerated, Filled With “Fantasy”, “Fairy Tales”…”Paris Accord Already Dead”!
By P Gosselin on 7. October 2020
Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman professor, co-founder of modern environmental movement, says climate science is exaggerated, filled with fairy tales and believes the Paris Accord is “already dead”. In an interview with publicist Roland Tichy, Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt – one of the founders of Germany’s modern environmental movement – said we have in fact three generations time to […]
German Electricity Prices Soar, Now Most Expensive In Europe …Taxes, Green Surcharges Make Up 53.6% Of Price!
By P Gosselin on 6. October 2020
Share this…FacebookTwitterThanks to the Energiewende (transition to green energies), which is tantamount to a vegan energy diet, Germany’s electricity prices have soared 27% over the past decade to become the most expensive in Europe, if not the world, according to the STROM-REPORT. Source: Infografik “Strompreise in Europa 2020”, STROM-REPORT.de, Creative Commons License CC-BY-ND Taxes, surcharges […]
New Study Finds Robust Statistical Probability Temperature Drives CO2 Changes, Upending ‘Scientific Perception’
By Kenneth Richard on 5. October 2020
Share this…FacebookTwitterPrompted by the observation that dramatic COVID-related reductions in 2020 human CO2 emissions had zero impact on the Earth’s CO2 concentration, two scientists conduct extensive statistical probability analyses to conclude temperature changes lead CO2 changes, not the other way around. The nearly global acceptance of economically-devastating lockdowns as a mitigating response to the COVID-19 pandemic […]
International Trial Lawyer Takes Aim At Big Pharma, Big Tech: COVID Lockdown “Crime Against Humanity”
By P Gosselin on 4. October 2020
Share this…FacebookTwitterRecently I wrote a post about Reiner Fuellmich, a German trial lawyer who is certified to practice in both Germany and California. PCR test is a fraud Over the years, Fuellmich has landed some awfully impressive trophies, among them Deutsche Bank and VW. Now he’s taking aim at Big Pharma and tech companies for […]
Tens Of Thousands Of Automotive Jobs On The Brink, Climate Policy Hammers Once Mighty German Auto Industry
By P Gosselin on 3. October 2020
Share this…FacebookTwitterThe future for the backbone of the German economy is looking bleak. A look at the impacts of climate policy on the German car industry. =============================================== By AR Göhring at EIKE (Text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) Not only at Daimler, Volkswagen and others, but elsewhere the working people have to fear for their jobs […]
By P Gosselin on 2. October 2020
Share this…FacebookTwitterLeading German virologist Professor Hendrik Streeck is skeptical about a quick vaccine for COVID-19, reports t-online.de. Virologist Prof. Hendrik Streeck. Image: Cropped here, University of Bonn. When asked in an interview why he was so skeptical, Streeck, director of the Institute of Virology at the University Hospital in Bonn, said nobody can say exactly […]
By Kenneth Richard on 1. October 2020
Share this…FacebookTwitterToday’s global ocean temperatures hover around 15°C on average. About 400 to 500 million years ago, Earth’s ocean temperatures averaged 35-40°C and atmospheric CO2 concentrations were “5-10x higher than present day values” (Henke et al., 2018). During this period, the marine biosphere thrived (Voosen et al., 2019). Image Source: Henke et al., 2018 Image […]