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NEW STUDY: "Part Of North Atlantic Is Cooling"..."Natural Fluctuations Have Been Primary Reason"

NEW STUDY: “Part Of North Atlantic Is Cooling”…”Natural Fluctuations Have Been Primary Reason”

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Share this…FacebookTwitter How close is the tipping point? New studies on the Atlantic current system assess the threshold between natural fluctuations and a climate change-driven evolution 25 April, 2022/Kiel, Germany. With a new publication in the scientific journal Nature Climate Change, researchers from Kiel once again contribute to the understanding of changes in the Atlantic […]

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Cold Kills Far More People Than Heat Does Also In England And Wales, Recent ONS Report Finds

Cold Kills Far More People Than Heat Does Also In England And Wales, Recent ONS Report Finds

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWarmer mean temperature led to fewer deaths in England and Wales from 2001 – 2020. On Wednesday, we reported how cold kills seven times more people in Pune city, India than heat does. Earlier this year the British Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that also in England and Wales cold kills more people […]

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The Evidence Keeps Piling Up: Iceland Is Not Cooperating With The ‘Global Warming’ Agenda

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIf decadal- and century-scale glacier advance and retreat is strongly indicative of a region’s climate, glacier behavior in Iceland saps the narrative that says anthropogenic CO2 is a climate driver. Per a new study, many of the northern Icelandic glaciers in existence today had “disappeared” from about 10,000 to 6,000 years ago. At the […]

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Arctic Sea Ice Stabilizes, No Trend Reduction In More Than 10 Years As Solar Cycle Starts Off Weakly

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Die kalte Sonne The Copernicus program offers very interesting data on Arctic ice. While sea ice has been declining off the Greenland Sea (east of the island), the Chucki Sea (eastern Siberia) shows a very different trend in sea ice extent over the past year. Such deviations have occurred repeatedly since the year […]

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New Study: Total Number Of Attributable Deaths Due To Cold In Pune, India, Nearly 7 Times Higher Than Heat Deaths

New Study: Total Number Of Attributable Deaths Due To Cold In Pune, India, Nearly 7 Times Higher Than Heat Deaths

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNOTE: My account at Twitter has been “suspended permanently” by the power-trip Twitter staff. You can follow me at Gab: https://gettr.com/user/pgosselin or at Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/pgosselin ========================= Cold Far More Deadly Than Heat Everyone knows that weather extremes like storms and extreme temperatures cause deaths. According to global warming alarmists, more heat will mean more […]

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AR6 Model Failure Affirmed: 'No Model Group Succeeds Reproducing Observed Surface Warming Patterns'

AR6 Model Failure Affirmed: ‘No Model Group Succeeds Reproducing Observed Surface Warming Patterns’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study published in Geophysical Research Letters highlights the abysmal model performance manifested in the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report (AR6). The 38 CMIP6 general circulation models (GCMs) fail to adequately simulate even the most recent (1980-2021) warming patterns over 60 to 81% of the Earth’s surface. Dr. Scafetta places particular […]

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Data Show Fully Vaccinated Getting COVID More Frequently Than Unvaccinated...Experts Critical of Boosters

Data Show Fully Vaccinated Getting COVID More Frequently Than Unvaccinated…Experts Critical of Boosters

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Share this…FacebookTwitterData from Germany’s Robert Koch Institute (RKI) show that fully vaccinated (2 doses + booster) are getting sick more than unvaccinated people. Statistics expert Prof. Stefan Homburg here tweeted a chart comparing the number of illnesses for base vaccinated, boostered and unvaccinated: Clearly, more fully vaccinated are getting sick with COVID than the unvaccinated. […]

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Energy Expert: Recent Warming Is "Moderate"...Germany's Push To Green Energies "Has Reached End Of the Line"

Energy Expert: Recent Warming Is “Moderate”…Germany’s Push To Green Energies “Has Reached End Of the Line”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSo that the gas doesn’t run out By EIKE Climate change and the transition to green energies: two major issues of this time that are closely linked. After all, the common narrative of the allegedly impending “climate catastrophe” is used by many players in the media and politics to call for far-reaching changes, especially […]

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Leading Renewable Energy Expert Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt Declares Germany’s Green Energies Have Already Failed

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Josef Kowatsch Germany’s Energiewende (transition to green energies) has failed, says Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt, to strong applause in this lecture https://eike-klima-energie.eu/2022/04/20/   Why? According to the coalition agreement, the coalition government wants to expand alternative energies s even more, but at the same time also build 50 new gas-fired power plants to stabilize […]

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New Study: Wind, Solar Energy Now Killing 48% Of Priority Bird Species With 'Population-Level Effects'

New Study: Wind, Solar Energy Now Killing 48% Of Priority Bird Species With ‘Population-Level Effects’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOf California’s 23 vulnerable bird species studied (barn owls, golden eagles, road runners, yellow-billed cuckoos…), scientists have found 11 are now experiencing at least a 20% decline in their population growth rates because wind turbines and solar panels are killing them and/or destroying their limited-range habitat. California’s mild-winter Mediterranean climate is home to some […]

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March Mean Temperature Data For UK, Ireland Show No Early Spring Trend Taking Place, Stable Since Decades

March Mean Temperature Data For UK, Ireland Show No Early Spring Trend Taking Place, Stable Since Decades

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCharts by Kirye Spring is supposed to be arriving earlier, according to global warming claims, and so winters are supposed to be starting later and finishing earlier. Today we look at March mean temperature data for the United Kingdom and Ireland. United Kingdom, cooling since 1989 First we look at the data for the […]

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Follow the Science: But Which Results? Using Same Tree Ring Dataset, 15 Groups Come Up With 15 Different Reconstructions

Follow the Science: But Which Results? Using Same Tree Ring Dataset, 15 Groups Come Up With 15 Different Reconstructions

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA 2021 study appearing in Nature Communications by Buentgen et al reports on the results of a double-blind experiment of 15 different groups that yielded 15 different Northern Hemisphere summer temperature reconstructions. Each group used the same network of regional tree-ring width datasets. Hat-tip: Klimaschau 108 What’s fascinating is that ll groups, though using […]

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