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Another New Study Says Warming And CO2-Induced Greening Leads To COOLING Of Land Surface Temperatures

Another New Study Says Warming And CO2-Induced Greening Leads To COOLING Of Land Surface Temperatures

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSince the 1980s, warming and rising CO2 fertilization have spawned a global-scale greening trend. This leads to an “Earth greening-induced cooling effect” of land surface temperatures. In the last 9 months we have highlighted a study (Haverd et al., 2020) asserting rising CO2 and warming are the dominant drivers of Earth’s strong post-1980s greening […]

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Arctic Cool Off: Canada, Greenland And Iceland Have Seen Almost No Warming So Far This Century

Arctic Cool Off: Canada, Greenland And Iceland Have Seen Almost No Warming So Far This Century

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Cold recent events We’ve been hearing reports about how Siberia is experiencing a brutal cold spell with record-breaking cold readings, and places like the Sahara and Saudi Arabia have been getting snow. Spain has seen record cold temperatures. Though this is weather, it wasn’t really supposed to happen. Does it […]

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Last-Ditch Effort: Germany Weighs Electricity Rationing Scheme To Stabilize Its Now Shaky Green Power Grid

Last-Ditch Effort: Germany Weighs Electricity Rationing Scheme To Stabilize Its Now Shaky Green Power Grid

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIs the German model America’s future? Putting matches in charge of fighting gasoline fires? Even more interference appears to be the German government’s approach to solving the power grid mess that its earlier meddling created in the first place. Germany struggles to keep the lights on, looks for a law to prevent its power […]

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New Study: Coral Bleaching 'Repeatedly Occurred' Throughout The Warmer-Than-Today Mid-Holocene

New Study: Coral Bleaching ‘Repeatedly Occurred’ Throughout The Warmer-Than-Today Mid-Holocene

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMid-Holocene South China Sea maximum temperatures were ~3.5°C warmer (33.5°C vs. today’s 29.9°C) about 5000 yrs ago, when corals experienced an “optimum coral growth period”. There were “numerous coral bleaching episodes” even when temperatures weren’t as high, as coral bleaching is naturally occurring. Key points from a  new study (Wang et al., 2021) that […]

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Proof Of Warmer Earlier Climate! Swiss Geologist Studies 10,800-Year Old Tree Trunk Under Alps Glacier

Proof Of Warmer Earlier Climate! Swiss Geologist Studies 10,800-Year Old Tree Trunk Under Alps Glacier

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPreviously hidden under a Swiss glacier, a 10,800-year old tree trunk was discovered and tells us the Alps were much warmer in the early Holocene than today. Online SRF Swiss Broadccasting recently reported on a fascinating find in the Swiss Alps: a more than 10,000 year old tree trunk that had been until recently […]

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French Herder Believes Family Health Ailments, 400 Dead Cows "Clearly Linked" To Nearby Wind Park

French Herder Believes Family Health Ailments, 400 Dead Cows “Clearly Linked” To Nearby Wind Park

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMore than 400 cows have died mysteriously since a wind park was built near a herd in 2012. Local residents also suffering health issues: “permanent fatigue, muscle aches, headaches, insomnia” Earlier we wrote about the adverse health impacts of wind turbines and on humans and animals, read here and here. Also search NTZ zone […]

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As Snow Blankets Europe, EnBW Power Company Builds Giant Solar Panel Farm In Germany

As Snow Blankets Europe, EnBW Power Company Builds Giant Solar Panel Farm In Germany

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAlthough Germany sees about as many hours of sunshine as Alaska, the country is pushing for ever larger solar farms.  Germany business daily Handelsblatt here reports that power company EnBW is currently building a 500 MW solar panel park in Brandenburg, 30 km east of Berlin. It reported that it will be able to […]

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What Global Warming? 148 New (2020) Scientific Papers Affirm Recent Non-Warming, A Degrees-Warmer Past

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists continued defying the “unprecedented” global warming narrative by publishing nearly 150 papers  in 2020 that show large regions of the Earth (a) haven’t warmed in recent decades, (b) were as-warm or warmer within the last several centuries, and/or (c) were 1-7°C warmer than today just a few millennia ago. Here is the link […]

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Arctic Temps Show Little Change Over Past 90 Years, In Sync With Oceanic Surface Temperature Cycles

Arctic Temps Show Little Change Over Past 90 Years, In Sync With Oceanic Surface Temperature Cycles

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Share this…FacebookTwitterData show Arctic more stable than media doomsayers portray it to be.  In the latter part of the latest Klimaschau video, Arctic mean temperature trends above 70°N are examined: The first chart (8:38) goes back to 2000. Though the running 37-month average rose until 2006, it’s been steady ever since: Source: climate4you Over the […]

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Europe's Near Electricity Black Friday Was Triggered In France Due To "Polar Cold Wave"

Europe’s Near Electricity Black Friday Was Triggered In France Due To “Polar Cold Wave”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA further analysis of last Friday’s European near power blackout shows that the problem had begun already one day earlier in France, due to cold weather, says a German expert. At wind energy protest group Vernunftkraft Bayern, Jörn Künzle provides background on what was behind Europe’s near blackout last Friday, January 8, 2021. We […]

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New Study: Sea Level Rise Rates The Same Since 1958 As They Were For All Of 1900-2018

New Study: Sea Level Rise Rates The Same Since 1958 As They Were For All Of 1900-2018

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new analysis of global sea level rise rates concludes the rising trend was 1.56 mm/yr−¹ from 1900-2018. This is the same rate as for 1958-2014 (1.5 mm/yr−¹), indicating there has not been a long-term distinctive change in sea level rise rates in the last 120 years. In 2018, Frederikse et al. assessed the […]

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European Power Grid Narrowly Misses Widespread Blackout As Frequency Drops Suddenly

European Power Grid Narrowly Misses Widespread Blackout As Frequency Drops Suddenly

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Share this…FacebookTwitterLast Friday, January 8, 2021, Europe narrowly escaped a blackout, says power grid expert A European power grid disturbance occurred at around 2 p.m. according to the Austrian Power Grid (APG). The normal frequency for Europe is 50 Hz and on Friday afternoon it dropped sharply to 49.75 Hz. “A larger supply area must […]

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