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A Brief Summary Of How 'Global Warming' Science Has Changed Since 1998

A Brief Summary Of How ‘Global Warming’ Science Has Changed Since 1998

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTwo weeks before Dr. Michael E. Mann and colleagues published their 23 April 1998 “hockey stick” chart in Nature, a peer-reviewed journal published a paper asserting “an overwhelming majority of climate scientists” (50 out of 60) view catastrophic human-caused global warming – and even global warming itself – as an “unsupported assumption”. At the […]

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North America Sees Coldest Winter In Years While NOAA Guesses Temperature Where Thermometers Are Sparse

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNorth America sees coldest winter in years By Christian Freuer, EIKE Symbol photo: © Christian Freuer Unusually low temperatures have plagued Canada and the United States over the past three months. Even according to the UHI-ignoring jugglers at the NOAA, the meteorological winter was the coldest in North America since 2014. And looking only […]

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Climate Past Far From Settled: 7 Major Temperature Reconstructions Find No Agreement

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new paper published in open access publishing MDPI looks at seven prominent hemispheric and global temperature reconstructions for the past 2000 years (T2k). The analysis conducted by the authors found that some reconstructions “differed from each other in some segments by more than 0.5 °C” whilst some show negligible pre-industrial climate variability (“hockey […]

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Atmospheric Physicist: CO2 Explains 0.1°C Of 1975-2000 Warming - 'One Fifth Of The IPCC Assumption'

Atmospheric Physicist: CO2 Explains 0.1°C Of 1975-2000 Warming – ‘One Fifth Of The IPCC Assumption’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study uses existing temperature and CO2 records and albedo/natural variability attribution to suggest most of the recent warming is natural. The climate sensitivity to CO2 forcing is just over 0.2°C for a 100 ppm concentration increase. Dr. Syun-Ichi Akasofu is an “expert in aurora physics, solar physics, geophysics, and magnetosphere” and the […]

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Comprehensive European Study Finds Warmer Climate Periods Do Not Lead To More Conflict, War

Comprehensive European Study Finds Warmer Climate Periods Do Not Lead To More Conflict, War

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnalysis of 1000 years of European wars finds that more war and conflict are not linked to warm climates. One of the scare stories used by the global warming alarmists is the claim that climate extremes produced by manmade climate change will lead to greater strife and more bloody wars. Hat-tip: Klimaschau But that […]

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Leading Environmental Group NABU Now Vigorously Opposes Wind Parks In German Forests

Leading Environmental Group NABU Now Vigorously Opposes Wind Parks In German Forests

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Share this…FacebookTwitter Once welcome with open arms, wind turbines are falling out of favor over much of Germany since swaths of treasured forests have been cleared away to make way for massive industrial wind parks. Progress and awareness: Developments such as these are increasingly becoming unwelcome in Germany, especially in ancient forests. Symbol image: Vernunftkraft.de.  […]

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Declaration Of Medical Independence ...Medical Treatment Is Between Doctor And Patient, Period

Declaration Of Medical Independence …Medical Treatment Is Between Doctor And Patient, Period

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPersonal Health is solely between the patient and physician, and not the business of crazed medical Nazis. My Declaration of Medical Independence In Europe some countries have been brutally trampling on the fundamental rights and liberties of citizens, all under the guise of health protection. The usual genetically fascist countries, e.g. Austria, Italy and […]

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Horses Grazed On Grass Year-Round In A Birch-Forested Siberian Arctic Until 2200 Years Ago

Horses Grazed On Grass Year-Round In A Birch-Forested Siberian Arctic Until 2200 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFrom about 14,000 to 12,000 years ago, when CO2 hovered around a “safe” ~240 ppm, Siberian Arctic July temperatures reached ~8 to 12°C, which is at least 4°C warmer than today (Andreev et al., 2008). Grass grew 300-350 days a year in the late stages of the last glacial in the Siberian Arctic. This […]

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Hagen Germany Massacres Forest, Popular Hiking Route, To Build 200-Mater Tall Wind Turbines

Hagen Germany Massacres Forest, Popular Hiking Route, To Build 200-Mater Tall Wind Turbines

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Share this…FacebookTwitter German environmental destruction: 200-meter tall industrial wind turbines less than 1000-meters from a residential area get approved, forest gets cleared, popular hiking route gets converted into an access road.  Deforestation to make way for Industrial wind turbines. Symbol photo by P. Gosselin The German city of Hagen, located in North Rhine Westphalia, approved […]

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As Energy System Comes Apart, Germany Now Preparing Emergency Natural Gas Rationing Plans

As Energy System Comes Apart, Germany Now Preparing Emergency Natural Gas Rationing Plans

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGermany is saying “auf Wiedersehen” to plentiful and cheap energies and welcoming tight supplies and rationing.  Unless they radically change course, German policymakers will soon be closing the remaining nuclear power plants by the end of the year and coal-fired power plants will be phased out over the coming 15 years. To make matters […]

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New Study: Sea Of Japan 3-6°C Warmer, Sea Levels 2-3 Meters Higher 8000-5000 Years Ago

New Study: Sea Of Japan 3-6°C Warmer, Sea Levels 2-3 Meters Higher 8000-5000 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDuring the Medieval Warm Period surface temperatures were 1-1.3°C warmer and sea levels 1 meter higher in the southern Far East Russia study region. Another new study (Lyashchevskaya et al., 2022) casts doubt on the claims of an unprecedentedly warm modern climate. Even though the atmospheric CO2 levels were a “safe” 265 ppm, the […]

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Cooling Springs: Hamburg Phenological Spring Has Not Been Arriving Earlier Over Past 50 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Josef Kowatsch (EIKE) (Translated by P. Gosselin) The beginning of spring in Germany is when the Hamburg forsythia shrub blooms in the city center. Although a city center is always warmer than the surrounding area, the location on the Alster is well suited because it has had little building changes within a 2 […]

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