Thanks To NTZ Readers! In 2021 We Face Censorship, And A Very Challenging Climate-Policy Year

Deep thanks to all NTZ readers for your loyalty and support!

North Germany. Image: NotricksZone

Now we look forward to 2021 and our aim will be to continue presenting many peer-reviewed literature and reports that show all the talk about serious AGW is a lot of hysteria and a hoax.

NTZ delivers scientific climate publications like few other blogs

And for this we thank Kenneth Richard for his indefatigable efforts in digging up these often ignored peer-reviewed, non-alarmist publications on a weekly basis. Leave a comment for Kenneth! See right side bar.

We know it’s all having an impact because Kenneth and myself – as is  the case for so many other AGW dissenters – have been identified and suppressed by social media. They’re really trying to silence us. And now there are rumors they plan to come after us with renewed vigor should Biden/Harris land in the White House.

Yet, I’m confident that these anti-democratic efforts to suppress these non-alarmist papers, science and rational voices are ultimately going to backfire. It’s our job to make sure they do.


Also we thank Japanese blogger Kirye for her regular valuable contributions to this blog in presenting charts made from untampered JMA data. Even though she recently moved to Wyoming and joined Tony Heller’s Real Climate Science, she will continue to contribute regularly here in the future. 🙂

Great appreciation for the very helpful donations

And a very big THANK YOU to those who donated to NTZ over the year. Your generosity is really much appreciated.

These donations are a big help when it comes to absorbing the hosting fees and the high expenses that sometimes have to be paid to the experts for troubleshooting the site. This blog is our blog!

Every dollar helps!

The income generated from Google Adsense are modest (ca. $30-$40/month) and don’t cover the expenses. Like the other skeptic blogs, NTZ doesn’t receive any funding from the fossil fuel industry or related groups. Your donations make NTZ possible.

Keeps NTZ going in difficult times

Some readers donate a small amount each month, but which at the end of the year add up and help a lot. Without the donations, I probably would close shop because it’s not always easy for me to justify the expenses and all the time to my better half. The donations make that a lot easier, especially this year where COVID-19 also impacted significantly my wife’s business.

2021: rational science more important than ever

In summary, NTZ looks forward to an exciting 2021 year, which I expect will be a very important one when it comes to climate-science-based policies. More than ever skeptics will be called on to step up to the plate and deliver, and not so with just anecdotes but with real scientific literature like that we present to you on a regular basis.

Us AGW skeptics are the last firewall against destructive hysteria-driven policy, and so we must never let up.

Guest authors welcome

Finally, NTZ welcomes guest authors. If you have something to report that’s original, i.e. not really reported by others, then feel free to submit it. Every article is a big help. News-making climate science and energy developments in other countries are always fascinating and I’m ready to assist in putting them in English.

Merry Christmas everybody, and all the best for the New Year!


12 responses to “Thanks To NTZ Readers! In 2021 We Face Censorship, And A Very Challenging Climate-Policy Year”

  1. Niels Neymark

    I’m really impressed by and grateful for Kenneth’s digging-up of all that material. I’m wondering to what extent these articles are included in the IPCC reports and, if at all, how they’re treated. Have you made an account of this?

    thanks, Niels

  2. Georg Thomas

    Kenneth’s work is absolutely outstanding. I know no better source of this most important material that he keeps digging up. Where else can one ascertain how large the literature is that questions the mainstream? No matter how much his work impacts the present, it will turn out a historical achievement.

  3. DMA

    I too appreciate Kenneth’s efforts and thank him and you and Kirye for this great blog.

  4. oebele bruinsma

    “Us AGW skeptics are the last firewall against destructive hysteria-driven policy, and so we must never let up.” Very true. As the climate “debate” has been politicized more science will not do. What will do is the observed consequences of such policies as they bite into the not very well lined pockets of the middle classes. You see the whole exercise is an experiment in control and how far one can push the masses to wards the intented “Great Reset”; details to be found at the World Economic Forum. Being of age myself (75+) I value quality time and hence teach my grand children the virtues of critical thought. Thank you Pierre and I wish you a great and censure free 2021.

  5. col from OZ

    Yes great work and a happy Christmas to you. The world needs you! Hope you don’t run foul of German censorship. Best regards for 2021.

  6. John F Hultquist

    Most recently I donated to Paul Homewood’s site.
    A bit earlier I “bought chocolates” at Jo Nova’s site.
    Because of the numerous things & people we give to,
    most of our donations are small.
    Still, NTZ is next on the list. A couple of weeks.

    Thanks, Happy Holidays and/or Merry Christmas to all.

  7. RoHa

    “Like the other skeptic blogs, NTZ doesn’t receive any funding from the fossil fuel industry or related groups. ”

    Oh, come on. We know you are lying back on silk cushions, swilling champagne and eating Belgian chocolates paid for by Exxon Mobil and the Koch brothers. Oreskes tells us so, and who are we to doubt her?

    I’ll try to find a few cents for Kenneth and Kirye.

  8. tom0mason

    Kenneth and Kirye are excellent at bringing the science and facts to this blog, and you Pierre, so often add that much needed realistic view of what the current political and social costs (and any benefits) of the ‘green’ campaign in Germany and across the globe.
    Keep-up the fine work and have a happy and healthy Christmas.

  9. ArndB

    A Christmas story worth to be taken serious by all concerned with climate matters. The NYT reported on soldiers that “turned to wax” on Christmas Eve 1939. An unsolved climate case: Why?
    Here a brief abstract:
    “The cold numbs the brain in this Arctic hell, snow sweeps over the darkened wastes, the winds howl and the temperature is 30 degrees below zero (minus 34.4° C). Here the Russians and Finns are battling in blinding snowstorms for possession of ice-covered forests….…I reached the spot just after the battle ended. It was the most horrible sight I had ever seen. As if the men had been suddenly turned to wax, there were two or three thousand Russians and a few Finns, all frozen in fighting attitudes. Some were locked together, their bayonets within each other’s bodies; some were frozen in half-standing positions; some were crouching with their arms crooked, holding the hand grenades they were throwing; some were lying with their rifles shouldered, their legs apart…” CONT
    Full read here:

    The very cold Christmas in Finland 1939 was only the beginning of a dramatic winter in Europe. It became the most severe in many parts of Europe for more than one-hundred years. There are plenty indication that the war contributed heavily.

    Improvement is always possible.
    A very healthy and prosperous NEW YEAR 2021

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