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Antarctic Temperatures Were 'Up To 5°C Above Modern' From 12,000–2,000 Years BP

Antarctic Temperatures Were ‘Up To 5°C Above Modern’ From 12,000–2,000 Years BP

Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study indicates that from 4,000 years ago until as recently as 1,500 years ago, or when CO2 levels ranged between 255 and 270 ppm, lake levels in Antarctica were as high as 60 meters above today’s levels. This coincided with “warmer-than-modern paleoclimate throughout the Holocene.”  During the last 2,000 years, Antarctica’s temperatures […]

Have Scientists Ignored 11.7 TRILLION Tons Of Sequestered Carbon? (45 Times Man's Addition)

Have Scientists Ignored 11.7 TRILLION Tons Of Sequestered Carbon? (45 Times Man’s Addition)

Share this…FacebookTwitterCO2 and climate change – some fundamental contradictions By Fred F. Mueller Politicians, scientists of all disciplines, the media and big money tell us CO2 acts as a “greenhouse gas” trapping heat inside the atmosphere and that the consequence will be a runaway global warming if we do not stop the burning of any type […]

Global Warming Of Past 40 Years An Artefact Of Pacific Ocean Cycle... Now Comes The Cooling

Global Warming Of Past 40 Years An Artefact Of Pacific Ocean Cycle… Now Comes The Cooling

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe One Oscillation That Rules Them All By David Archibald Cumulative graphs, in which changes in the individual values from time period to time period are added, are powerful for showing changes of trend in a series. Thus the cumulative graph of the annual average solar aa Index (a geomagnetic index) nails the beginning […]

In 2019 Global Deaths Attributable To Cold Weather Were 24% Above 1990 Levels

In 2019 Global Deaths Attributable To Cold Weather Were 24% Above 1990 Levels

Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study (Burkart et al., 2021) reports that for every 356 deaths attributable to warm weather across the globe there were 1,337 attributable to cold weather in 2019. The cold weather death attribution in 2019 was up from 1,021 (thousands) in 1990, a 24% increase. Warm weather deaths also rose – from 205 […]

South Pole Sees Record Cold Winter, Smashing 1976 Record ...WaPo Admits "Chill Was Exceptional"

South Pole Sees Record Cold Winter, Smashing 1976 Record …WaPo Admits “Chill Was Exceptional”

Share this…FacebookTwitterRecord Antarctic winter this year (April to September) at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station with average of -61.1 ° C, the coldest on record. Illustrative image: NASA. Hat-tip: Régis Crépet The previous record was -60.6°C in 1976. Operated by United States Antarctic Program, the South Pole station this past summer was “the coldest on […]

Energy Experts Warn Of "A Catastrophic Energy Emergency" If German Leaders Don't Wake Up To Reality

Energy Experts Warn Of “A Catastrophic Energy Emergency” If German Leaders Don’t Wake Up To Reality

Share this…FacebookTwitterSwiss publicist Roland Tichy hosted a discussion round with three energy experts: former Hamburg Senator for the Environment Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt, Albert Duin, medium-sized entrepreneur and member of the Bavarian state parliament, and Frank Hennig, an expert for power plants and energy conversion. Image cropped from Tichy’s Einblick Currently Germany is struggling with its […]

Tokyo's Coolest September In Over 30 Years...Hachijojima No Warming In 107 Years...Latest Forecast: Sharp La Niña!

Tokyo’s Coolest September In Over 30 Years…Hachijojima No Warming In 107 Years…Latest Forecast: Sharp La Niña!

Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Tokyo has seen its coolest September in over 30 years, according to data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA). Data source: JMA. Tokyo’s mean temperature for September, 2021, was 22.3°C — the coolest recorded September mean in over 30 years. Hachijojima island Meanwhile, Hachijojima, an island belonging to Tokyo out […]

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