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E-Car Sales Stall In Germany…Trend Shows Country Will Fall Far Short Of 2030 Target

High cost, inconvenience, low range and battery issues continue to plague e-vehicles in Germany. Consumers not opting for e-cars.  Currently sales of electric vehicles in Germany have stalled and the country is not even anywhere close to being on the sales trajectory to reach its 15 million vehicles target by 2030. Currently just over 1 […]

Companies Backing Out Of ‘Climate 100’. Climate Doomsday No Longer Taken Seriously?

Green capitalism on the retreat? Blackrock and other heavyweights withdraw from Climate Action 100+ By AR Göhring According to its own statement, “Klima-Aktion 100+“  (Climate Action 100+) is an “investor-led initiative to ensure that the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitters take the necessary measures to protect the climate”. Over 170 world-renowned companies and corporations are members […]

New Study: 3500 Years Ago Shorelines Were 6 Kilometers Further Inland Than Today Around Thailand

New Study: 3500 Years Ago Shorelines Were 6 Kilometers Further Inland Than Today Around Thailand

Relative sea level change over the Holocene documents a much warmer past than today. Because it was so much warmer during the Early to Middle Holocene (~8000 to ~4000 years ago), there was significantly less water locked up on land (Greenland, Antarctica) in the form of ice sheets and glaciers. Instead, this water occupied ocean […]

Green Movement Is Failing...Now They're Trying To Force Citizens To Love Them

Green Movement Is Failing…Now They’re Trying To Force Citizens To Love Them

Like an abusive husband, who beats his wife to make her love him Image: Freepik  Today, especially in Germany, the socialist-green movement is failing miserably and plummeting in the polls – to record low levels. Desperate, socialist-green governments in Europe are now resorting to heavy-handed tactics to force citizens to “like” them again. Growing censorship, […]

New Study: Climate Models Get Water Vapor Wildly Wrong - A 'Major Gap In Our Understanding'

New Study: Climate Models Get Water Vapor Wildly Wrong – A ‘Major Gap In Our Understanding’

“Here, we have demonstrated a major discrepancy between observation-based and climate model-based historical trends in near-surface atmospheric water vapor in arid and semi-ari regions.” – Simpson et al., 2024 A new study published in PNAS has demonstrated, once again, that climate models fail to simulate what happens in the real world with regard to fundamental […]

Largescale Solar Parks Just Can’t Withstand The Harsh Elements of Nature

Planners and governments keep denying vulnerability.  Europe is still considering massive solar energy plants along sun-rich North Africa in order to produce hydrogen gas that could be piped over the European mainland, despite having concluded 10 years ago that such projects wouldn’t pay off. In the latest push, Federal Minister for Economic Affairs Robert Habeck […]

Germany Moving to Authoritarianism "Those Who Mock State, Must Have To Deal With Powerful State"

Germany Moving to Authoritarianism “Those Who Mock State, Must Have To Deal With Powerful State”

Germany’s online NIUS.de here reports on the totalitarianism spreading across Germany This week, high ranking ministers of Germany’s socialist/green government, with its proposed “Democracy Security Act”,  announced plans to crack down on dissent and free speech in Germany. Image: Phoenix, cropped here.  “The German federal government is moving to ban what we want to say, […]

New Study: Denmark Coast Has Been Expanding Seaward At A Rate Of +1.4 Meters Per Year Since 1900

New Study: Denmark Coast Has Been Expanding Seaward At A Rate Of +1.4 Meters Per Year Since 1900

Scientists have found evidence that the coastal land area grew (prograded) by 120 meters from 1900 to 1985 at a study site in central Denmark.  Per a new study, relative sea levels (RSL) in central Denmark were “~4.5 m higher than present between c. 6.6 and 5.9 ka ago.” After this highstand, RSL declined towards […]

Raw Deal: Germany’s Minister Of Agriculture Proposes Tax On Meat

Under the bottom line, the green movement is all about taxing people and restricting their choices. The rich, of course, will go unaffected.  According to online Bild here, Germany’s Federal Agriculture Minister, Cem Özdemir, (Green Party) has recently proposed a consumption tax on meat. He calls this tax “animal welfare cents”. Özdemir sent a framework […]

New Study Finds Global Cities Have Warmed Due To Rising Solar Surface Forcing Since 1986

New Study Finds Global Cities Have Warmed Due To Rising Solar Surface Forcing Since 1986

The globe’s cities are warming primarily due to declining albedo, not CO2 radiative forcing. According to a comprehensive new study published in Remote Sensing of Environment, CO2 fertilization has led to an enhanced greening trend in 72.6% of cities across the world since 1985, accelerating to 89.2% since 2001. Per the authors, this greening trend […]

Commentary: “The Tone Against Alleged ‘Climate Change Deniers’ Is Becoming Harsher”

Press release: Denunciation of alleged “climate deniers” encourages disinterest in environmental protection Advisory center: “Arrogant instruction and education destroys the motivation to participate!” Hat-tip: Klimanachrichten The tone against alleged “climate change deniers” is becoming harsher. Some television programs are now trying to change viewers’ mindsets by using language to educate them – and to convince […]

The Effect Of CO2 Increases On Ocean Temperatures Is Too Small To Measurably Detect

The Effect Of CO2 Increases On Ocean Temperatures Is Too Small To Measurably Detect

The shallowest sea surface temperature measurement limit is 10,000 times deeper than the extent of CO2’s radiative influence. When sea surface temperatures (SSTs) are measured, the depth range of the measurement typically extends from 10 cm to 10 m, or 100 mm to 10,000 mm (Merchant et al., 2019). Image Source: Merchant et al., 2019 […]

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