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3 New Studies Show Atlantic Tipping Point Unrealistic…”Muted Response”…”Changes To Be Viewed With Caution”

Share this…FacebookTwitterYet another 3 recent journal publications show there’s no Atlantic tipping point taking place.  Two days ago we reported on the most recent video by the German Klimaschau here, which reported there are a number of new published papers showing that the AMOC is not weakening, thus contradicting what some climate alarmists claim. These […]

New Study: The 2016-2020 Antarctic Sea Ice Decline May Be Traced To Natural Processes

New Study: The 2016-2020 Antarctic Sea Ice Decline May Be Traced To Natural Processes

Share this…FacebookTwitterDefying climate models, the sea ice surrounding Antarctica steadily increased during the 37 years from 1979-2015. Even after many decades of studying climate processes and a supposed “consensus” that hemispheric-scale sea ice should decline in a rising CO2 concentration world, climate models cannot simulate the causative mechanisms for sea ice variability. “Over recent decades […]

New Findings Show Gulf Stream "Has Strengthened" Over Past Century..."Heat Transport Has Increased 30%"!

New Findings Show Gulf Stream “Has Strengthened” Over Past Century…”Heat Transport Has Increased 30%”!

Share this…FacebookTwitterA recent flurry of scientific publications refute climate model claims of a weakening Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC). The latest Klimaschau looks at the latest scientific findings on the Gulf Stream. An excellent review on the latest AMOC science. Here I present the results in English. Climate panic-makers like the Potsdam Institute like to […]

Swiss Daily: Wind Park Destruction Of 1000-Year Old Untouched German Forest Exposes "Absurdity Of Green Energies"

Swiss Daily: Wind Park Destruction Of 1000-Year Old Untouched German Forest Exposes “Absurdity Of Green Energies”

Share this…FacebookTwitterUnsustainability in the name of “sustainability” Symbol photo. Copyright: Pierre Gosselin Lately we’ve been reporting on what many people are calling one of the greatest environmental felonies in Europe: the deforestation of the 1000-year old Reinhardswald, known as the “fairy tale forest”, in order to make way for largescale industrial wind parks to produce […]

A Warmer Climate, Less Sea Ice, Sea Levels 5-16 Meters Higher Than Today An 'Optimum' For Penguins

A Warmer Climate, Less Sea Ice, Sea Levels 5-16 Meters Higher Than Today An ‘Optimum’ For Penguins

Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study (Gao et al., 2022) suggests Antarctica’s sea levels (Ross Sea) were more than 16 meters higher than today ~5,000 years ago and still 5.5 meters higher ~3,000 years ago. Penguins thrived with the warmer climate and diminished sea ice. Image Source: Gao et al., 2022 “Since 1.5 kyr BP, with further […]

German Researchers Find Fine Particle Emissions From Barbecues May Endanger Public Health

German Researchers Find Fine Particle Emissions From Barbecues May Endanger Public Health

Share this…FacebookTwitterFine particle pollution from barbecues may be dangerous to the public, German researchers warn Most among us are aware there’s an ongoing campaign to herd humans away from meat and towards a diet that is more fit for cows. This , activists claim, would be much gentler on our weather and climate systems. Meat-eating […]

Leading German Scientists: Record Low February 2022 Antarctic Sea Ice Statistically Has "No Particular Relevance"

Leading German Scientists: Record Low February 2022 Antarctic Sea Ice Statistically Has “No Particular Relevance”

Share this…FacebookTwitterSilencing the alarm: After barely beating sea ice the lows recorded in 1993, 1997 and 2017, German scientists say Antarctic record low of 2022 statistically has “no particular relevance”.  The most recent and outstanding German language Klimaschau video evaluates the Antarctic sea ice trend over the satellite measurement period, i.e. since 1978. Two press […]

Continued Use Of Combustion Vehicles Leads To 'Much Lower' Lifetime CO2 Emissions Than Driving EVs

Continued Use Of Combustion Vehicles Leads To ‘Much Lower’ Lifetime CO2 Emissions Than Driving EVs

Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study finds “the total CO2 emissions will be much lower with continued use of the old but operational combustion car instead of buying a new electric one.” Image Source: Neugebauer et al., 2022 It has long been assumed that replacing internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles with electric vehicles (EV) will lead to […]

GFS Analysis Shows Zero Warming: For Every Hot-Spot On The Planet, There’s Also Been A Cold-Spot

Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Die kalte Sonne Currently much is being reported on extreme heat reaching from North Africa to Europe. In some places in Morocco and Spain, new temperature records for May have been set. However, it’s worth taking a look at the whole world, because in addition to regions that are clearly too warm, there […]

Climate Change At Bottom Of List Of Worries For German Households, Comprehensive 8-Year Survey Shows

Share this…FacebookTwitter“Surprising results”: Germans are much more worried about the economy, peace and health than they are about “climate change”, a comprehensive series of surveys reveals.  Part 3 of the most recent German Klimaschau here looks at five recent surveys of some 2000 German private households conducted since 2012 by market research group FORSA. The […]

The Southwest Atlantic To West Antarctic Peninsula Region Has Been Cooling Since The 1990s

The Southwest Atlantic To West Antarctic Peninsula Region Has Been Cooling Since The 1990s

Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists continue to document a sea surface cooling in the vast waters above Antarctica. As recently as a few thousand years ago the Sub-Antarctic (South Georgia) region was 5 to 10°C warmer than it is today (Xia et al., 2020). Image Source: Xia et al., 2020 About 1,000 years ago (the Medieval Warm Period) […]

German Conservationists Score Win In Battle To Protect 1000-Year Old "Grimm's Fairytale Forest" From Green Insanity

German Conservationists Score Win In Battle To Protect 1000-Year Old “Grimm’s Fairytale Forest” From Green Insanity

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe German state of Hesse has one of Europe’s largest contiguous and undisturbed forest areas: the Reinhardswald, also known as the “treasure house of European forests” or “Grimm’s fairytale forest”.  The legal fight to rescue the treasured forest from windpark industrialization has begun.  Though the mass environmental crime has already begun, conservationists are beginning to […]

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