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New Study With Groundbreaking Results: "Connection Between Cosmic Rays, Radiation Budget Reaffirmed"

New Study With Groundbreaking Results: “Connection Between Cosmic Rays, Radiation Budget Reaffirmed”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterConnection between cosmic rays, clouds and radiation budget is reaffirmed…CO2 role thus has to be much smaller.  There have been a flurry of recently published studies on radiative forcing and its variation due to cloud changes. The latest is a new study published in the journal Nature. Climate scientists Dr. Henrik Svensmark and colleagues have […]

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Swiss Analysis: Climate Models Running Too Warm, Falsely Calibrated…IPCC Needs “To Review Its Findings”

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Satellite data raise doubts about man-made climate change   Climate models do not represent reality. They sre running too hot. Climate modeling has been awarded the Nobel Prize. But two German researchers prove that observations are more important than calculations in climate research. By Alex Reichmuth (Switzerland)  (Translated, edited by P. Gosselin) There […]

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Reemergence Of Energy Sanity? Europe Now Considers Nuclear, Natural Gas As Sustainable

Reemergence Of Energy Sanity? Europe Now Considers Nuclear, Natural Gas As Sustainable

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman online heise.de reports here that the European Commission now “aims to classify nuclear power and natural gas as sustainable”, likely in a bid to avert an energy supply meltdown. Previously Europe had excluded nuclear power and natural gas as a climate-friendly source of energy, but now that energy prices have begun to skyrocket […]

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New Data Suggest Greenland's Relative Sea Levels Were 6 Meters Higher 1,500-2,000 Years Ago

New Data Suggest Greenland’s Relative Sea Levels Were 6 Meters Higher 1,500-2,000 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe discovery of whale bones and marine shells at ancient beach sites 32 to 36 meters above today’s shorelines have been dated to the Early to Middle Holocene. Beach ridges were still several meters higher than today during Roman and Medieval times. The relative sea levels of the ancient past can be discerned by […]

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No September Warming In Greenland, Iceland In Over Two Decades...Arctic Sea Ice Stable Over Past Decade

No September Warming In Greenland, Iceland In Over Two Decades…Arctic Sea Ice Stable Over Past Decade

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Today we look at some important September trends at stations in the far north Atlantic and Arctic sea ice extent and volume. Al Gore’s doomsday predictions fade into old memories Greenland The September mean temperatures at the six stations in Greenland for which the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has enough data […]

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Cooked Up Consensus: Lynas et al "Should Rather Be Classified As Propaganda, Bad Science"..."Truly Brazen"

Cooked Up Consensus: Lynas et al “Should Rather Be Classified As Propaganda, Bad Science”…”Truly Brazen”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCooked up consensus… Image: Copyright NoTricksZone Martin Landvoigt writes on truth and consensus, climate models, the “fundamental and methodological difficulties” in climate science and how “hard, robust evidence is largely lacking” and so it’s “a matter of weakly substantiated opinions”. Climate consensus and the climate By Martin Landvoigt at Philosophieren für alle), Die kalte Sonne (Text […]

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In A Few Days Clouds Affect Earth's Radiation Budget By More Than CO2 Does In 270 Years

In A Few Days Clouds Affect Earth’s Radiation Budget By More Than CO2 Does In 270 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists continue to affirm the critical role of clouds in modulating the Earth’s energy budget, and, hence, the climate. The total net forcing of the entirety of the CO2 influence on climate has been less than 2 W/m² since 1750 (Feldman et al., 2015). Image Source: Feldman et al., 2015 On a per-decade basis, a […]

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Study: Volcanic Ash A Major Problem For PV Panels, (Never Mind Dust, Snow, Clouds, Darkness, Weeds)

Study: Volcanic Ash A Major Problem For PV Panels, (Never Mind Dust, Snow, Clouds, Darkness, Weeds)

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA recent volcanic eruption in Spain has led to one solar farm getting buried by a meter of volcanic ash.  As you can imagine, it’ll take awhile and considerable expense to get that facility back online, if at all. Volcanic ash is a major problem for solar panel performance. Illustration image – solar panel […]

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German Energy Prices “Going Through The Roof”, Supply Tightens As Leaders Botch Energy Policy

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPolitical energy mismanagement in Germany now risks inflicting tremendous pain on citizens as energy shortages intensify and prices skyrocket.  Coming winter of discontent? Energy prices going through the roof By Fritz Vahrenholt, first published at Tichys Einblick (Translated/edited  by Pierre Gosselin) Prices for natural gas, coal, oil and electricity have been rising massively since […]

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German Energy Experts Warn Of Deindustrialization:  "Saving World's Climate From German Soil Is Illusory"

German Energy Experts Warn Of Deindustrialization: “Saving World’s Climate From German Soil Is Illusory”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman experts are warning new upcoming government that German energy woes are very serious. “Exploding prices”…”plant closures irresponsible”…”dramatic de-industrialization”…saving climate from German soil “illusory”  Experts warn of Germany’s “illusory” global climate rescue fantasy. Photo copyright by P. Gosselin. Germany’s national elections took place last month and currently the country socialist SPD, Greens and Freed […]

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GBR, Indian Ocean, South China Sea Corals Have Experienced No Obvious Modern Warming

GBR, Indian Ocean, South China Sea Corals Have Experienced No Obvious Modern Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNew temperature reconstructions using coral skeletons as proxies reveal there has been no apparent net warming in the Great Barrier Reef, central Indian Ocean, and South China Sea since the 19th century – or even in recent decades. Coral skeletons can be used as proxies to reconstruct 1870s-present sea surface temperatures “throughout the Great […]

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90% Vaccinated Senior Facility Sees "Massive" COVID Outbreak! And: COVID Alarmist Grabs Pfizer Cash

90% Vaccinated Senior Facility Sees “Massive” COVID Outbreak! And: COVID Alarmist Grabs Pfizer Cash

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Share this…FacebookTwitter“Massive Corona outbreak” at German senior care facility where 90% were vaccinated.  At a German care facility for the elderly in Bad Doberan, near the Baltic port city of Rostock, 66 of its 83 residents  tested positive for Corona while seven died in the hospital, reports the Nordkurier here. “The vaccination rate is over […]

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