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Israel: Why Have Only 20% Of Doctors, Nurses Gotten 4th Jab After 96% Got 3rd Dose?

Share this…FacebookTwitterDiminished trust. Something to ponder here… I hear it from lots of other people here in Germany as well. Many enthusiastically got their first round of shots, but now are saying “enough is enough”. A steep drop from over 90% compliance 6 months earlier, only 10% of the nurses and 22% of the doctors […]

Germany's Alfred Wegener Institute Sees No Extreme Situation With Arctic Sea Ice

Germany’s Alfred Wegener Institute Sees No Extreme Situation With Arctic Sea Ice

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Alfred Wegner Institute does not see an extreme situation with sea ice in the Arctic (June 2022). The institute’s page states: The Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) is participating again this year with the AWI Consortium Model, a dynamic coupled sea ice ocean model, and calculated a […]

Tesla Motorists Frustrated To The Limit, Have To Endure Hours-Long Charging Delays In Extreme Heat

Share this…FacebookTwitterHoliday makers frustrated by long waits to charge their Teslas in Croatia.  Here’s more on the folly of electric cars. Those who own electric vehicles may feel good about their perceived CO2 reductions, but that good feeling rapidly disappears in real life in many cases when these crappy cars leave them stranded. Not only […]

More New Studies Affirm Rising CO2 Leads To Land Surface Cooling By Driving Earth's Greening Trends

More New Studies Affirm Rising CO2 Leads To Land Surface Cooling By Driving Earth’s Greening Trends

Share this…FacebookTwitterCO2-induced greening may reduce land surface temperatures by -0.7°C over the next 80 years. Earlier this year we highlighted a new study indicating the rising greening trends in the last four decades can be attributed to the change in precipitation patterns and “the physiological impact of rising CO2.” Greening-induced increases in evapotranspiration lead, in turn, […]

Weather Simulations Leading To Über-Hype. And: Germany’s Disaster Management Is In Disastrous State

Share this…FacebookTwitterOn weather catastrophes: “Those who do not want to face these central questions because they fear personal or political consequences or want to manage their own ideological agenda cling to the fairy tale of global warming being solely responsible.” – Sven Titz, NZZ The pitfalls of weather models By Die kalte Sonne (Translated, edited […]

Climatologists Embarrassed: Increase In Global CO2 Levels Accompanied By Arctic Sea Ice Growth!

Climatologists Embarrassed: Increase In Global CO2 Levels Accompanied By Arctic Sea Ice Growth!

Share this…FacebookTwitterToday we look at the polar ice caps, which the global warming wingnuts claim is the canary in the coal mine and predicted earlier they’d melt and collapse. For example, Al Gore warned the Arctic ice would disappear by 2014. While CO2 has gone up, Arctic sea ice has RISEN over past decade But […]

A Tropical Plant's Warmth Threshold Affirms Mid-Holocene Temps Were '7.7°C Higher Than Today'

A Tropical Plant’s Warmth Threshold Affirms Mid-Holocene Temps Were ‘7.7°C Higher Than Today’

Share this…FacebookTwitterA warmth-demanding plant can provide us with solid evidence of a much warmer than today Mid-Holocene climate. Growth of the tropical aquatic plant 𝐶𝑒𝑟𝑎𝑡𝑜𝑝𝑡𝑒𝑟𝑖𝑠 ceases when air temperatures fall below 10°C. A new study says that from about 8000 to 5000 years ago it was warm enough in winter that 𝐶𝑒𝑟𝑎𝑡𝑜𝑝𝑡𝑒𝑟𝑖𝑠 could grow at the […]

Putin Mocks EU: “Looking For Culprits” To Blame For Their “Unreasonable And Unpredictable” Energy Decisions

Share this…FacebookTwitterPutin mocks Europe: Green energy policies to blame for energy woes. European leaders make really dumb decisions, and then go blaming others. Now that Germany has rushed ahead on shutting down its baseload nuclear and coal power plants – thinking it can power the country solely with renewables -, its leaders knowingly made themselves […]

Global Warming Has Stalled Over Much Of The Last 10 Years, Arctic Never Melted Away

Global Warming Has Stalled Over Much Of The Last 10 Years, Arctic Never Melted Away

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe globe hasn’t been warming and the Arctic hasn’t been melting much for almost a decade now. Recall the climate crisis loonies warned us some 20 years ago the Arctic sea ice would disappear by the summer of 2014. Well it’s still very much there, as Joe Bastardi reminds us at his most recent […]

Cold Kills: Since 2000 There Were 85 Times More UK Excess Deaths Attributable To Cold Than Heat

Cold Kills: Since 2000 There Were 85 Times More UK Excess Deaths Attributable To Cold Than Heat

Share this…FacebookTwitterA new Lancet study ominously reports that from 2000 to 2019 in England and Wales there were an average of 791 heat-related excess deaths and 60,753 cold-related excess deaths each year. That’s an excess death ratio of about 85 to 1 for cold temperatures. Adjusted as deaths per 100,000 person-years, the annual ratio is […]

Climate Crisis? Ever Fewer People Dying Of Climate Disasters. There's Hype, And There's Reality

Climate Crisis? Ever Fewer People Dying Of Climate Disasters. There’s Hype, And There’s Reality

Share this…FacebookTwitterIn yesterday’s post, I mentioned how the climate crazies and media are falling all over themselves, trying to get people to think we’re in crisis and that the only way out is to declare a permanent state of emergency, rationing and lockdowns . But of course our weather and climate situation is not something […]

Germany 2022 Summer 'Heat Wave'? So Far July Has Been Cooler Than Long-Term Mean

Germany 2022 Summer ‘Heat Wave’? So Far July Has Been Cooler Than Long-Term Mean

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe media and climate activists have been shouting about the hot weather in Europe – as if it has reached historic dimensions. They’ve been using wild fantasy 10-day model projections to intensify the sense of alarm. The whole act of course is to try to get people to think we’re in crisis and, like […]

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