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Amazing Results: A La Niña Begins When 22-Year Solar Cycle Ends... Now 6th Consecutive Time Since 1960!

Amazing Results: A La Niña Begins When 22-Year Solar Cycle Ends… Now 6th Consecutive Time Since 1960!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new, shattering study by scientists shows natural El Niño Southern Oscillations (ENSO) are undoubtedly linked to the 22-year Hale solar cycle – far beyond any coincidence. NOTHING TO DO WITH CO2. German climate news site Die Klimaschau, Episode 36, reports on the new findings published in the journal of Earth and Space Science […]

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Keeping The Alarm Level High? UFZ Simulations Show "Exceptional Drought" Even After Soaking Rains

Keeping The Alarm Level High? UFZ Simulations Show “Exceptional Drought” Even After Soaking Rains

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDrought monitoring charts from Germany’s Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research (UFZ) are beginning to raise eyebrows as they continue to show now rain-soaked Germany as still being under “severe or exceptional drought conditions”. Using model simulations, Germany’s Helmholtz UFZ Drought Monitoring continues show large parts of Germany being under severe drought conditions – even […]

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Dramatic Warming In The North Atlantic Since 2016! It's Now Almost As Warm As 1890!

Dramatic Warming In The North Atlantic Since 2016! It’s Now Almost As Warm As 1890!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSea surface temperatures in the subpolar North Atlantic increased by nearly 1°C from 2015 to 2018 according to a new study (Desbruyères et al., 2021). As of 2020, this region is now almost as hot as it was in 2007,  1930, and 1890 (Birkel et al., 2018). Image Source: Desbruyères et al., 2021 Image […]

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Halftime: Germany May Mean Temperature Running 7th Coldest Since 1881 - More Snow In The Forecast!

Halftime: Germany May Mean Temperature Running 7th Coldest Since 1881 – More Snow In The Forecast!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWet, cold…very little sunshine. That’s been the month of May so far for many parts of Europe The halfway point of May has been reached and Snowfan here has looked at the the mean temperature so far this month in Germany. Citing the German DWD national weather service, he reports: May in Germany so […]

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Good Bye Life’s Amenities…It Begins… No More Flights Under 60 Dollars Says German Finance Minister

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Germany’s Minister of Finance, Olaf Scholz, signals the days of life’s amenities for the masses are coming to an end. All necessary to avert dangerous climate change. Flying will be a thing of the rich.  On April 29th, Germany’s Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe ruled that the country’s 2019 Climate Protection Act did not […]

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Greta Hasn't Seen April Warming In Her Life. Global Surface Temperatures Plummet 0.75°C Since 2016

Greta Hasn’t Seen April Warming In Her Life. Global Surface Temperatures Plummet 0.75°C Since 2016

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin The April, 2021, mean temperature data collected by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has been tabulated and are ready to be added to our monthly plots. Today we look at the April mean temperature trends for stations which the JMA has sufficient data and which are located in northern […]

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Rainforests Near The South Pole And Summers 38°C Warmer Than Today During The Age Of Dinosaurs

Rainforests Near The South Pole And Summers 38°C Warmer Than Today During The Age Of Dinosaurs

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFossilized evidence of temperate rainforests only hundreds of kilometers from Antarctica’s South Pole (82°S) has been uncovered. It suggests the warmest mean month was 18.5°C about 90 million years ago. Today the warmest mean month for this location is about -20°C. Image Source: EarthSky (press release for Klages et al., 2020) Despite rapidly rising […]

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German Federal Constitutional Court Ruling On Climate Emergency Ignored Heated Scientific Dispute

German Federal Constitutional Court Ruling On Climate Emergency Ignored Heated Scientific Dispute

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOn April 29th, Germany’s Constitutional Court ruled that the country’s 2019 Climate Protection Act is in part unconstitutional and the judges ordered the legislature to draw up clearer reduction targets for greenhouse gas emissions for the period after 2030, and to do so by the end of next year. Image: Bundesverfassungsgericht. The judges ruled […]

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Fridays For Israel-Free Future! Climate Activists “Spread Anti-Israel-Propaganda”…Greta Silent “On Hail Of Rockets”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterEmerging leftist hate…international climate activist group Fridays for Future joins Greta Thunberg in spreading anti-Israel sentiments. Germany’s most popular daily, among many others, Bild here reports that after climate Greta Thunberg icon shared an anti-Israel message from Canadian Israel boycotter Naomi Klein (51) to her 5 million followers, Fridays for Future also has joined […]

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New Study: Southern Hemisphere Sea Ice Now Extends ~80 km Farther North Than Prior Estimates

New Study: Southern Hemisphere Sea Ice Now Extends ~80 km Farther North Than Prior Estimates

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt was previously thought the northern limit for Southern Hemisphere sea ice was 55°S. But recent declines in surface air temperatures in southernmost South America have led to sea ice formation creeping 80 to 100 kilometers further north than previous estimates. Since 2000, sea ice has been extending well into 54°S. The southernmost tip […]

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Alaska Glacier Melt And Sea Level "Rise" Add Further Embarrassment To Climate Alarmism

Alaska Glacier Melt And Sea Level “Rise” Add Further Embarrassment To Climate Alarmism

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRegular NoTricksZone contributor Kenneth Richard tweeted about an inconvenient 2013 Live Science showing that the Medieval Warm Period was as warm or even warmer than today in the area of Juneau, Alaska. Recall how in 1990 the first IPCC report featured a temperature chart (right) of the last 1000 years, which inconveniently showed the […]

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German Professor: Climate Model Deviation From Observations "Striking"..."Politically Significant"

German Professor: Climate Model Deviation From Observations “Striking”…”Politically Significant”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAt Die kalte Sonne, Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt – one of the founders of Germany’s modern environmental movement – presents his monthly summary, which includes a look at global temperature and how the models are doing. Prof. Dr. Fritz Vahrenholt, Source: GWPF.  ================================ “The global mean temperature deviation of satellite-based measurements from the mean of […]

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