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Happy Thanksgiving Weekend, Everybody!

Happy Thanksgiving Weekend, Everybody!

Share this… Facebook TwitterHere in Germany, Thanksgiving is of course not celebrated and is just a regular workday, so my family and I do the big feast on Saturday. Right now the bird is in the oven. Fantastic 🙂 This year is a rather special one because the woodstove we ordered way back in April […]

China To Double Coal-Fired Power Plant Capacity...Aims To Avoid European, US Blunders

China To Double Coal-Fired Power Plant Capacity…Aims To Avoid European, US Blunders

Share this… Facebook TwitterChina continues to barrel ahead with the new construction, expansion of coal fired power plants In Germany, while radical groups of climate-crazies like Extinction Rebellion and Last Generation are gluing themselves to road and airport tarmac surfaces to rescue the planet from the myth that is the climate catastrophe, China is planning […]

Study Finds The CO2 Greenhouse Effect Is Real...But Dangerous Global Warming From Rising CO2 Is Not

Study Finds The CO2 Greenhouse Effect Is Real…But Dangerous Global Warming From Rising CO2 Is Not

Share this… Facebook TwitterGerman physicists claim to have experimentally demonstrated the greenhouse effect from greenhouse gases like CO2 and CH4 is a real phenomenon, but assess the climate sensitivity to a doubling of CO2 with feedbacks is “only ECS = 0.7°C … 5.4x lower than the mean value of CMIP6 with ECS = 3.78°C.” “The […]

Pacific Typhoons Continue Downward Trend, Contradicting Alarmist Claims Of More Storms

Pacific Typhoons Continue Downward Trend, Contradicting Alarmist Claims Of More Storms

Share this… Facebook TwitterCharts by Kirye Pacific typhoons continue downward trend for more than 70 years. Alarmists baffled, embarrassed The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) presents the latest data for Pacific typhoons. Their data go back more than 70 years, to 1951. First we look at the latest data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) for the […]

"Died Suddenly": Shockumentary Sure to Stir Up Controversy...How Much Is True?

“Died Suddenly”: Shockumentary Sure to Stir Up Controversy…How Much Is True?

Share this… Facebook TwitterThis recent production is disturbing – some parts are tough to watch. I don’t want to believe that thigs are as bad as the film suggests. But you be the judge. https://www.stewpeters.com/video/2022/11/live-world-premiere-died-suddenly/ Some of it it comes across as a bit fishy. But on the other hand, I have to admit that […]

75% Of German Wind Turbines Kill 70 Bats Each In 2 Months. There Are 30,000 Wind Turbines In Germany.

75% Of German Wind Turbines Kill 70 Bats Each In 2 Months. There Are 30,000 Wind Turbines In Germany.

Share this… Facebook TwitterIn ‘a call against ignorance and neglect’, researchers expose the massacre of bat populations inflicted by wind turbines in Germany. Per a new study, there were 209 bats slaughtered in a span of 2 months at 3 studied wind turbine sites in Germany. This amounts to about “70 casualties per turbine.” (These […]

Energy Crisis: German Minister President Suggests Heating One Room In Winter Is Enough

Share this… Facebook TwitterBack to the 19th century…climate-crazed political leader: Washcloths and heating just one room are enough… Since Germany put itself on the path to de-energize by throttling energy production and creating high prices, some German leaders lately have offered creative ways of dealing with the resulting crisis, among them: advising people to prepare […]

As Green Policies Cause Energy Prices To Explode, Deforestation In Europe Accelerates

As Green Policies Cause Energy Prices To Explode, Deforestation In Europe Accelerates

Share this… Facebook TwitterSkyrocketing fossil fuel energy prices are are driving the deforestation of Europe as citizens try to keep warm It’s easy to argue that the “green” movement is causing much more environmental harm than good. High energy costs are leading to poverty, which in turn leads to less investment in environmental protection and […]

New Study Finds Australian Sea Temperatures Multiple Degrees Warmer Than Today During The Last Glacial

New Study Finds Australian Sea Temperatures Multiple Degrees Warmer Than Today During The Last Glacial

Share this… Facebook TwitterSea temperatures in regions near Australia have failed to cooperate with a CO2-driven climate narrative. Glacial conditions and ~200 ppm CO2 levels were thought to have prevailed throughout most of the last 60,000 years across the Earth. But a new study finds sea temperatures near Australia were “3 to 5°C warmer than […]

High Profile German Physician: COVID Vaccines Dangerous "Genetic Modification Of Human Beings"

High Profile German Physician: COVID Vaccines Dangerous “Genetic Modification Of Human Beings”

Share this… Facebook TwitterCOVID vaccines “are killing people, they are injuring them. They’re causing huge long-term damage that is irreparable.” …”There’s no therapy, and every shot makes it worse!” Image cropped from German Report24 In a new interview by German Report24, Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, one of the very first critics of the COVID pandemic lockdowns […]

Germany's Compounding Energy Woes: Even Wind Power Industry Is "Sliding Into Crisis"

Germany’s Compounding Energy Woes: Even Wind Power Industry Is “Sliding Into Crisis”

Share this… Facebook TwitterGermany’s Blackout News here reports that not only is Germany’s energy supply faltering profoundly, but so is its wind industry as well, reporting  that it is “sliding into a crisis”. Gloomy outlook also for Germany’s wind energy industry. Photo by P. Gosselin Wind energy is supposed to step in and play a […]

Russian Temperature Records Are Not Cooperating With The CO2-Driven Climate Narrative

Russian Temperature Records Are Not Cooperating With The CO2-Driven Climate Narrative

Share this… Facebook TwitterTwo new studies indicate there has been no modern warming in the last centuries in western (Urals) and eastern (Kolyma) Russian mountain ranges. A new 27,000-year temperature reconstruction assesses it was ~2.5 to 4.8°C warmer than today from 8.9-5.2 ka BP in the Ural Mountains, or when CO2 is said to have […]

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