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Faulty Hypothesis? NASA ERB Measurements Don't Show Significant Radiative Budget Differences

Faulty Hypothesis? NASA ERB Measurements Don’t Show Significant Radiative Budget Differences

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNASA earth radiation budget measurement from satellite data don’t support global warming claims. Analyst blogger Zoe Phin downloaded and analyzed 10 gigabytes of NASA instrumental data on the earth’s radiation budget (ERB) fully covering the years 2003 to 2019 [site] [data]. High clouds should be warming the planet, and low clouds cooling it, NASA […]

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Doomsday AMOC “Tipping” Claimed In ‘Nature’ Already Refuted…New Study: AMOC “Shows No Decline”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA recent study appearing in Nature, “Current Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation weakest in last millennium“, authored by Caesar et al, hints at a global climate system on the verge of tipping out of control. According to their findings, the weakening of the so-called Atlantic Meridional Overturning Current (AMOC) in the 20th century is “unprecedented”, […]

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Antarctica Has Been COOLING Over The Past Quarter Century, NASA's Surface Station Data Show

Antarctica Has Been COOLING Over The Past Quarter Century, NASA’s Surface Station Data Show

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNASA mean annual temperature data going back a quarter century show no warming over Antarctica By Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Where’s the warming and ice melt? Today we revisit 13 critical stations located on and around the Antarctic Peninsula. They are important because alarmists like to tell and scare us that the ice mass […]

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Yet Another Model-Based Claim Of Anthropogenic Climate Forcing Collapses

Yet Another Model-Based Claim Of Anthropogenic Climate Forcing Collapses

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHigh-resolution climate models have projected a “decline of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) under the influence of anthropogenic warming” for decades (Lobelle et al., 2020). New research that assesses changes in the deeper layers of the ocean (instead of “ignoring” these layers like past models have) shows instead that the AMOC hasn’t declined […]

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NASA Vegetation Index: Globe Continues Rapid Greening Trend, Sahara Alone Shrinks 700,000 Sq Km!

NASA Vegetation Index: Globe Continues Rapid Greening Trend, Sahara Alone Shrinks 700,000 Sq Km!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterLooking at NASA’s Vegetation Index data, the news is good: the globe has greened 10% so far this century. That’s good news because we know this ultimately means greater crop production area and forest expansion. Ironically, what many “experts claim to be a huge problem (CO2) is in fact one of the major reasons […]

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Cooling Winters...January Mean Temperatures Have Been Mysteriously Falling At A Number Of Locations

Cooling Winters…January Mean Temperatures Have Been Mysteriously Falling At A Number Of Locations

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye (photo, right) and Pierre Why has January, the dead of winter, been cooling at so many locations over the recent decades? End of warming? Looking at the data for mean January temperature for a number of places shows something we would not expect in a warming world: the mid winter month has […]

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New Study Finds A 79% Rise In Polar Bear Sightings Since 2005 As Their Arctic Habitat Dramatically Expands

New Study Finds A 79% Rise In Polar Bear Sightings Since 2005 As Their Arctic Habitat Dramatically Expands

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Share this…FacebookTwitterResearch on polar bear sightings using a systematic “regional marine mammal sightings programme” during 2005-2018 reveals there were 1,433 polar bears sightings from 2005-2011 compared to 2,569 during 2012-2018 around Svalbard. The perspective that polar bears  are endangered by global warming because reduced sea ice limits their seal-hunting opportunities is  again contradicted by real-world […]

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Sea level Rise Review. Rate Of Rise Depends On Who You Ask. Most Say: "No Alarm"

Sea level Rise Review. Rate Of Rise Depends On Who You Ask. Most Say: “No Alarm”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn the latest video, German climate science site Die kalte Sonne here presents a review of sea level rise. No one disagrees that sea level is rising. But there’s plenty of disagreement on how fast it’s really rising. Tide gauges According to the direct tide gauge measurements, sea level rise has been modest and […]

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Climate Scare Story Gets Doused...Global Wildfires Have Declined Since NASA Began Recording Data

Climate Scare Story Gets Doused…Global Wildfires Have Declined Since NASA Began Recording Data

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite media claims of increasing wildfires across the globe, data show the opposite is in fact the case: wildfires have been trending downwards since NASA started recording data. Two days ago Kenneth wrote about how paleoclimatological findings suggested wild fires in Australia and the northwestern US raged with greater frequency and regularity until 500 […]

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Junk Grade Models: Even Short-Term Climate And Weather Modelers Get It All Wrong

Junk Grade Models: Even Short-Term Climate And Weather Modelers Get It All Wrong

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMany climate policies are based on scenarios generated by models. Depending on what these models churn out, actions and costly regulations get enacted to mitigate the worst consequences. So we hope that the modelers get it right. Unfortunately they are still shooting in the dark. Even short term models are failing miserably. TWC  forecast […]

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More Evidence Surfaces That Fires Are Far Less Common Today Than In The Past

More Evidence Surfaces That Fires Are Far Less Common Today Than In The Past

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTwo new studies suggest fires in Australia and the northwestern US raged with great frequency and regularity until 500 to 900 years ago, when fire records rapidly declined to the present. In the Northern Territory of Australia the highest fire incidence ~4600 to 4000 years before present co-occurred during a time of “high effective […]

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Green Folly: Berlin's City E-Buses Leave Passengers Out In The Cold...Diesel Buses To The Rescue.

Green Folly: Berlin’s City E-Buses Leave Passengers Out In The Cold…Diesel Buses To The Rescue.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s capital Berlin was forced to replace some of its electric buses with diesel buses due to range problems associated with the cold weather.  Berlin. Germany’s fleet of e-buses had a hard time coping with the recent cold weather as dozens had to be replaced by diesel powered buses. Photo by Robert Radke, CC […]

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