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Munich Professor: Role Of Methane From Cows On Climate Exaggerated By A Factor Of 3 To 4!

Munich Professor: Role Of Methane From Cows On Climate Exaggerated By A Factor Of 3 To 4!

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe impact of ruminants on climate has been overestimated by a factor of 3 to 4, according to Prof. Dr. Dr. habil Wilhelm Windisch of the Technical University of Munich.  Methane from cows doesn’t effect climate anywhere near as much as alarmists claim, Munich professor says. Photo: Copyright P. Gosselin Going without beef burgers […]

Germany’s Fridays For Future Spokesperson: “We’re Planning How To Blow Up” African Oil Pipeline!

Share this…FacebookTwitterRich, privileged (white) eco-fanatic says her group is thinking about “how to ” blow up huge African oil pipeline! Most of Europe’s climate activists come from rich families, who lavish in all the amenities the fossil fuel economy offers. No exception to this are Sweden’s Greta Thunberg, and Luisa “Longhaul” Neubauer of Germany. Hat-tip: […]

Recent Greenland Cooling And Only 'Limited Retreat' Of Glaciers Since The Little Ice Age

Recent Greenland Cooling And Only ‘Limited Retreat’ Of Glaciers Since The Little Ice Age

Share this…FacebookTwitterMore evidence surfaces showing Greenland isn’t cooperating with the global warming narrative. The notorious “Climategate” e-mail exchanges between activist scientists like Drs. Phil Jones and Tom Wigley revealed how grave a concern it was in 2004 that “GREENLAND HAS BEEN COOLING SIGNIFICANTLY” since the 1950s. “…a warming trend occurred in the Nuuk fjord during […]

Greenland's Summers Surprisingly Cooling Over Past Decade...Driven By Natural Oceanic Cycles

Greenland’s Summers Surprisingly Cooling Over Past Decade…Driven By Natural Oceanic Cycles

Share this…FacebookTwitterScience Daily here reports: “Climate changes in the tropical Pacific have temporarily put the brakes on rapid warming and ice melting in Greenland.“ Hat-tip: Klimaschau Science Daily adds: “A puzzling, decade-long slowdown in summer warming across Greenland has been explained by researchers at Hokkaido University in Japan. Their observational analysis and computer simulations revealed […]

German Economics Expert Sees 6 Formidable Problems With Germany's Green Energy Push

German Economics Expert Sees 6 Formidable Problems With Germany’s Green Energy Push

Share this…FacebookTwitterLeading German economist Hans Werner Sinn sees 6 major problems with Europe’s green energy transition (Energiewende) and warns other nations against following the German energy model. Problem no. 1: The Paris Accord is non-binding The Paris Accord in fact has been signed by only 61 of 191 nations and so pledge to reduce their […]

South America's Sea Levels Were Multiple Meters Higher And SSTs 2-5°C Warmer Until Recent Centuries

South America’s Sea Levels Were Multiple Meters Higher And SSTs 2-5°C Warmer Until Recent Centuries

Share this…FacebookTwitterSeveral new and recent studies have affirmed that the waters surrounding South America – from Peru to Chile to Argentina to Brazil – were several degrees warmer and sea levels multiple meters higher than today until the Little Ice Age centuries. A new study suggests ~4,000 to 5,000 years ago coastal Argentina’s sea surface […]

Analysis Of Data Going Back 40 Years Shows CO2 Has No Effect On Forest Fires,…Burned Area Plummets Since 2000

Share this…FacebookTwitterIn a previous post, Trend in Global Fires, data analyst Zoe Phin showed the global fire trend for the last 21 years. Since then, Zoe has taken it it a step further and found a source with more data going back to 1982: from a project funded by European Space Agency. RHere. Actual data is […]

“Unspiked”: The Search For Term Describing COVID-Unvaccinated Persons…”Pure Blood” Deemed Too Offensive

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe unvaccinated are now envied, having steadfastly held their ground. The search for a terms to describe these proud individuals include “pure bloods” or “true bloods”. For those of you who chose not to be vaccinated with the new mRNA Corona vaccines, like myself, you’re likely proud you withstood the massive pressure to do […]

Alarmists: Clouds May 'Disappear Forever' With Warming. Observations: Clouds Increase As It Warms.

Alarmists: Clouds May ‘Disappear Forever’ With Warming. Observations: Clouds Increase As It Warms.

Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study finds the modeling-based claim that cloud cover changes are only responding to anthropogenic CO2 forcing as a feedback – and not functioning independently as a forcing – has (again) been contradicted by observations. Since this is a water planet, and since clouds are formed when water vapor turns into water droplets, […]

Global Surface Temperatures Have Cooled 0.5°C Since 2016

Global Surface Temperatures Have Cooled 0.5°C Since 2016

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe globe continues cooling off since surface temperatures peaked from the 2015/16 El Nino. The NCEP/GFS analysis shows May to be the coldest month globally so far this year and the coldest May since 2015, with a deviation in 2m temperatures of only about 0.38°C from the outdated (colder) WMO climate mean 1981-2010. Hat-tip: […]

Germany’s DWD National Weather Service Just Can’t Say Good Bye To Old, Cooler 1961-1990 Reference Period

Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Die kalte Sonne It remains difficult with the weather or climate and the reference periods. The German DWD weather service, for example, still finds it difficult to work with the new period 1991-2020 reference and simply cannot say good bye the old 1961-1990 period. Looking back at May 2022, both were used again. […]

Old German 1970s Hit Reminisces Of The Hot Summers Of The 1940s And 1950s

Share this…FacebookTwitterMost readers here already know NASA rewrote the temperature records to make the warm period of the 1930s and 40s and the cold spell of the 60s, 70s and 80s disappear. But they can’t make everything disappear, especially old newspaper articles and old hit songs that remind us of hot summers of the past. […]

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