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UNRELIABLE, MOST EXPENSIVE: Green Energies Make Germany's Electricity Prices Highest In Europe!

UNRELIABLE, MOST EXPENSIVE: Green Energies Make Germany’s Electricity Prices Highest In Europe!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhy do so few countries in Europe follow Germany in green electricity? The answer could lie in electricity prices: Eurostat lists these for the first half of 2020. Of all countries, Germany, Denmark and the United Kingdom are the wind energy countries that are very far ahead in terms of consumer prices. Hat-tip Die […]

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Climate Alarmist Dana Ready To Bet Again On Global Warming. I'm In.

Climate Alarmist Dana Ready To Bet Again On Global Warming. I’m In.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNot surprisingly, climate alarmist and Guardian contributor Dana Nuccitelli reported in to brag about winning the recent bet. Then one day later he mustered the courage to express his willingness to bet again: Okay Dana, I’m in against you and will bet 100 USD, applying the same conditions of the previous bet. I say […]

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Physicists: A CO2 Rise To 800 ppm Causes 'Hypothetical' 10°C Upper Atmosphere Cooling, 1.4°C Surface Warming

Physicists: A CO2 Rise To 800 ppm Causes ‘Hypothetical’ 10°C Upper Atmosphere Cooling, 1.4°C Surface Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new analysis by Drs. Wijngaarden and Happer (2020) suggests the “self-interference” saturation of all greenhouse gases in the  current atmosphere substantially reduces their climate forcing power. At the current concentrations, the forcing power for greenhouse gases like CO2 (~400 ppm) and CH4 (1.8 ppm) are already saturated. Therefore, even doubling the current greenhouse […]

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ARD German Public Broadcasting Volunteers Are 92% Socialist, Communist Or Green. One-Sided Reporting

ARD German Public Broadcasting Volunteers Are 92% Socialist, Communist Or Green. One-Sided Reporting

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s massive public broadcasting media has a budget of €6.9 billion and 22,612 employees. The budget comes primarily from a licence fee which every household, company and public institution are required by law to pay. For an ordinary household the fee is currently €17.50 per month. ARD logo since 2019. Public domain image But over the […]

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October Mean Temperatures In Canada, France Not Warming...Unusual Cold, Snow Strike N. Hemisphere

October Mean Temperatures In Canada, France Not Warming…Unusual Cold, Snow Strike N. Hemisphere

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Unusual harsh winter conditions have struck the northern hemisphere this October as record snow cover has been observed. More on this below. No more October warming? But first looking at the untampered data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) for stations with complete data going back to 1998 for […]

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New Study Finds CO2 Reached 1980s-2000s Levels About 4,000 Years Ago In Japan

New Study Finds CO2 Reached 1980s-2000s Levels About 4,000 Years Ago In Japan

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCO2 reached 1980s (352 ppm, average) to 2000s (380 ppm, max) levels 2500-5500 years ago in Japan per stomata records. Scientists (Wang et al., 2020) have determined stomatal evidence can uncover large short-term CO2 fluxes of 50-100 ppm within a century or less. Measurements from a forest near Mt. Kurikoma, Japan, reveal minimum to […]

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Thanks To A Generous Reader!

Thanks To A Generous Reader!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterI’d like to thank one of the readers among us who just made a generous donation to NoTricksZone. It’s big help and highly encouraging! We appreciate very much the generosity! Thank you! Thank you! Share this…FacebookTwitter

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Past Climate More Complex Than Previously Thought, Says Germany’s Alfred Wegener Institute

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAtmospheric CO2 just doesn’t change on a whim and cause global temperature to follow along in response.  Press release from The Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI): Irregular Appearances of Glacial and Interglacial Climate States During the last 2.6 million years of Earth’s climate has altered between glacial and interglacial states. As such, there have been […]

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1.35 Million Tonnes of “Hazardous Material”, Germany Admits No Plan To Recycle Used Wind Turbine Blades

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany began installing wind turbines in earnest some 20 years ago. Now that their lifetime has been exceeded, many are being ripped down. But there’s a big problem about what to do with the leftover carbon and glass-fibre reinforced blades. A recent report on ZDF German public television explains that currently there’s no plan […]

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"Sinking" Maldives Clear Forests, Pave Beaches, To Construct Four New Airports For Future Tourism!

“Sinking” Maldives Clear Forests, Pave Beaches, To Construct Four New Airports For Future Tourism!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite all the money-generating gloomy predictions of sinking islands, we reported in 2013 on how the Maldives was planning to build 30 new luxury hotels for future tourists. The resort island of Landaa Giraavaru (Baa atoll), photo by: Frédéric Ducarme – CC BY-SA 4.0. Underwater in 7 years? We recall how in 2012, the former President […]

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New Controlled Study Finds Wearing NO Mask In Public Prevents COVID Infection As Often As Wearing One Does

New Controlled Study Finds Wearing NO Mask In Public Prevents COVID Infection As Often As Wearing One Does

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Share this…FacebookTwitter The first-ever randomized controlled trial (4,862 participants) for mask-use effectiveness in the COVID-19 era reveals that people who wear face masks properly in public are infected only 0.1 of a percentage point less often (2.0% vs. 2.1%) than those who do not wear masks in public. In 2018 the United States’ Center for […]

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Current Decade Globally Warmer Than Previous Decade - Due To Powerful Natural Oceanic Cycles, Not CO2

Current Decade Globally Warmer Than Previous Decade – Due To Powerful Natural Oceanic Cycles, Not CO2

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Share this…FacebookTwitterEarly in 2011, NTZ readers and I entered a climate bet with Rob Honeycutt and climate warming dogmatist Dana Nuccitelli. The bet, which I dubbed the Honeycutt Climate Bet for Charity, was whether globally the 2011-2020 decade would be warmer or cooler than the previous 2001-2010 decade. Myself and and a number of NTZ […]

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