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Ruling on EPA “Another Defeat For President, Who Seems To Have Lost All Fortune Anyway”

Share this…FacebookTwitterOne ruling, but two different perceptions. The German Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) takes a very different view of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on the powers of the federal EPA than leftist Der Spiegel does. Hat-tip: Die kalte Sonne. FAZ: In a ruling, the Supreme Court has now curtailed the powers of the U.S. […]

Dumb As It Gets: Germany Heads Into Winter Refusing To Let Badly Needed Power Plants Operate

Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s intensifying gas and energy crisis… Into winter chaos without extending power plant operation By Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated by P. Gosselin, one hyperlink added) There is another taboo law that the German federal government does not want to touch: the nuclear phase-out law. Most people in Germany have seen through the inane statements […]

New Study: Greenland 'Must Have Been At Least 3°C Warmer' Than Today During The Early Holocene

New Study: Greenland ‘Must Have Been At Least 3°C Warmer’ Than Today During The Early Holocene

Share this…FacebookTwitterThese much warmer Greenland temperatures imply that the elevation of the ice sheet was 400 meters lower than it is today from about 6,000 to 10,000 years ago. Scientists (Westhoff et al., 2022) report that the two largest Greenland melt events in the last few hundred years occurred in 2012 and in 1889 CE […]

June In Tokyo, Hachijojima Island Hasn't Warmed In Decades

June In Tokyo, Hachijojima Island Hasn’t Warmed In Decades

Share this…FacebookTwitterCharts by Kirye The mean temperature data for June are available from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) and today we plot the June mean temperature data for Tokyo and its Hachijojima island, located in the middle of the ocean 287 kilometers south of Tokyo. June in urban Tokyo hasn’t warmed since 1996: Data source: […]

Former Pfizer Executive Warns: Spike Protein Shot A “Diabolical Mistake”, “Toxic” And “Mutates Rapidly”

Share this…FacebookTwitterA new paper appearing in the prestigious New England Journal of medicine titles: “Effects of Previous Infection and Vaccination on Symptomatic Omicron Infections” by Altarawneh et al find that vaccines are worse than what they are claimed to be and that natural immunity is better. The study, investigated  vaccination rates and immunity among more […]

Late Spring In Finland, Sweden Has Not Been Warming, JMA Data Show

Late Spring In Finland, Sweden Has Not Been Warming, JMA Data Show

Share this…FacebookTwitterCharts by Kirye  The May mean temperatures for Finland and Sweden are now available from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA). Today we plot the stations for which the JMA has adequate data. First we look at Finland. Contrary to belief, late spring hasn’t warmed in at these stations over the past two decades: Data […]

New Study Affirms Temperatures Determine Greenhouse Gas Forcing Trends, Not The Other Way Around

New Study Affirms Temperatures Determine Greenhouse Gas Forcing Trends, Not The Other Way Around

Share this…FacebookTwitterCO2 and water vapor greenhouse effect impacts are not independent climate forcings . A new study affirms the “variance in the radiance in these channels is primarily controlled by…temperature” and “atmospheric absorption is strongly saturated in these [CO2, water vapor] channels”. It has previously been established that greenhouse gas (water vapor, CO2) forcing “cannot […]

German Energy Crisis: Economics Minister Tells Citizens To Shower Less, Colder..."Gas Bills To Triple"!

German Energy Crisis: Economics Minister Tells Citizens To Shower Less, Colder…”Gas Bills To Triple”!

Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany’s Energiewende is unraveling faster than anyone could have expected  Economics Minister Robert Habeck (Greens) says he is now taking less showers and advises citizens to do the same – in order to fight Putin (and of course because there’s an extreme shortage of gas and no one knows how the country will be […]

'A Significant And Robust Cooling Trend' In The Southern Ocean From 1982–2020 Defies Climate Models

‘A Significant And Robust Cooling Trend’ In The Southern Ocean From 1982–2020 Defies Climate Models

Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study reports there has been a -0.3°C cooling in the Southern Ocean since 1982 per multiple observational data sets. The authors detail the “failure of CMIP5 models in simulating the observed SST cooling in the Southern Ocean.” The Southern Ocean is today about 1-2°C colder than it has been for nearly all […]

Extreme Weather In The Past: Germany’s Great Drought Of 1947 And Its “Catastrophic” Consequences

Share this…FacebookTwitterSome regions in Central Europe have been suffering from a shortage of rain this spring and summer, so not surprisingly the media are blaming manmade climate change, often implying that droughts in Germany never happened before. But of course they have, as this old news clip from Bavaria, Germany rolled in September, 1947 documents: […]

Distinguished Professor: "Fed Up" With "Religious Climate Claptrap"..."Green Energy Fantasies"

Distinguished Professor: “Fed Up” With “Religious Climate Claptrap”…”Green Energy Fantasies”

Share this…FacebookTwitter Prof. Dr. Knut Löschke, (photo above) Member of the University Council at the University of Leipzig, Member of the Board of Trustees of the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, came out and stated at Facebook not so long ago: I’m fed up, or to put it even more clearly: I’m […]

Glaring Inconsistency In Estimating CO2 vs. Solar Forcing Suggests CO2 Impacts Are Wildly Exaggerated

Glaring Inconsistency In Estimating CO2 vs. Solar Forcing Suggests CO2 Impacts Are Wildly Exaggerated

Share this…FacebookTwitterFrom about 11,000 to 9,000 years ago the summer solar irradiance absorbed by the Earth’s surface has been estimated to be 40-60 W/m² greater than today from latitudes 40°N to 70°N (Ullman et al., 2015). These values seriously undermine the claim CO2 is the driver of climate change. Image Source: Ullman et al., 2015 […]

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