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Today's Madagascar Drought Entirely Normal, 2000 Years Of Data Show...Link To Climate Change "Not Correct"

Today’s Madagascar Drought Entirely Normal, 2000 Years Of Data Show…Link To Climate Change “Not Correct”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMadagascar’s current drought is perfectly within normal range. Droughts were even worse in the past, 2000 years of precipitation reconstruction data show… Linking Madagascar drought to climate change “scientifically not correct” Not surprisingly, there been lots of climate doomsday talk about the drought and hunger situation in Madagascar, all coming from the usual suspects. […]

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New Study: 62 km² (+6%) Net Expansion In 100s Of Pacific-Indian Ocean Island Shorelines From 2000-2017

New Study: 62 km² (+6%) Net Expansion In 100s Of Pacific-Indian Ocean Island Shorelines From 2000-2017

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA global-scale analysis of 221 islands in the tropical Pacific and Indian Oceans reveals “a predominantly stable or accretionary trend in the area of atoll islands worldwide” throughout the 21st century. The Maldives islands alone expanded by 37.5 km² from 2000 to 2017. For over 3 decades we’ve been warned “entire nations could be […]

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New Atmospheric Science Publication Finds Quadrupling CO2 Would Lead To Only 1.0°C Increase!

New Atmospheric Science Publication Finds Quadrupling CO2 Would Lead To Only 1.0°C Increase!

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Share this…FacebookTwitter “No climate emergency,” scientists say…”increasing levels of CO2 won’t lead to significant changes in earth temperature” Increases in CH4 and N2O will have very little discernable impact. A new publication in the International Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences concludes that CO2 climate sensitivity has been excessively exaggerated by IPCC scientists. A British and […]

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The Most Inconvenient Region On The Planet For Global Warming Alarmists: Antarctica Sees Growing Sea Ice

The Most Inconvenient Region On The Planet For Global Warming Alarmists: Antarctica Sees Growing Sea Ice

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Just a short post today about sea ice trends at Antarctica, a place that global warming alarmists don’t like talki9ng about For some reason, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) doesn’t add a trend line to the annual minimum and mean sea ice extent plot for Antarctica. So we’ve added these […]

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Silent Summer: August Snowfall In Austria, With More Forecast To Come Over Coming Days. “Winter Feeling”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSummer snows hit northern hemisphere… Many parts of Europe have not had much a of a real summer, having seen much cool and wet weather this year. Days of snow forecast down to 2000 meters in the Austrian Alps Today the Austrian site heute.de here reports “snow flakes have colored many mountain regions of […]

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Vaccinated 27x More Likely To Be Symptomatically Infected Than Unvaccinated Who've Had COVID

Vaccinated 27x More Likely To Be Symptomatically Infected Than Unvaccinated Who’ve Had COVID

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA shocking new study from Israel compares the protection offered by vaccine-induced immunity versus natural immunity from a previous COVID-19 infection and finds the latter offers far more robust protection from infection, symptomatic disease, and hospitalization. Natural immunity confers  much longer lasting protection Directly comparing 16,215 previously COVID-19 infected individuals to 16,215 fully vaccinated […]

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Adjusting To Warm, NASA Data Alterations Change Cooling To Warming In Ireland, Greece

Adjusting To Warm, NASA Data Alterations Change Cooling To Warming In Ireland, Greece

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Today we look at the NASA temperature data from Ireland and compare the GHCN Version unadjusted to the plots of the GHCN Version 4 adjusted and homogenized. Here’s how they compare: Data: NASA GISS Greece is another example What follows next are side-by-side plots of two stations: V4 unadjusted […]

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Sea Levels Near B.C. Canada Were 90 Meters Higher Than Today 14,500 Years Ago

Sea Levels Near B.C. Canada Were 90 Meters Higher Than Today 14,500 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study suggests British Columbia (Canada) relative sea levels remained 10 meters higher than they are today until they fell to their present levels in the last ~1800 years. Two other new studies suggest sea levels were still 0.8 to 1 meter higher than today during the Medieval Warm Period. After the peak […]

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Critical Solar Factors Ignored...IPCC AR6 Covers Up Scientific Flaws In Climate Models

Critical Solar Factors Ignored…IPCC AR6 Covers Up Scientific Flaws In Climate Models

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientific flaws in IPCC climate models and the IPCC AR6 problems cover-up…IPCC climate models ignore the strong increase in solar radiation since 2001 By Prof. Antero Ollila According to the latest IPCC Assessment Report 6 (AR6), the observed temperature increase and the calculated temperature increase according to climate models have been almost the same […]

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Strong Demand For Jackets...Northern Europe Sees Very Little Midsummer Warming Over Past 2 Decades

Strong Demand For Jackets…Northern Europe Sees Very Little Midsummer Warming Over Past 2 Decades

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Has anyone ever wondered why many Swedes like going south for their summer holidays?  Today to answer that question, we look at the July, 2021, mean temperature data for the stations in northern Europe for which the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) have enough data. Remember, global warming is said […]

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New Study: Retreating East Greenland Glaciers Uncover Plant Debris Dating To The 16th - 17th Centuries

New Study: Retreating East Greenland Glaciers Uncover Plant Debris Dating To The 16th – 17th Centuries

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Share this…FacebookTwitterExposed moss and willow shrubs buried beneath today’s receding East Greenland glaciers can be dated to 400 to 500 years ago, suggesting this period (the early Little Ice Age) was as-warm or warmer than today. It is widely accepted that Greenland’s surface temperatures were several degrees warmer (McFarlin et al., 2018, Axford et al., […]

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Two Dozen Top Scientists: IPCC “Premature” Blaming CO2 Emissions…Warming Mostly From Natural Cycles

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Share this…FacebookTwitter How much is the Sun’s influence? An ongoing debate Center for Environmental Research & Earth Sciences Most of the energy in the Earth’s atmosphere comes from the Sun. This new study found that the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) only considered a small subset of the published TSI datasets when they […]

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