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Rise And Fall Of The German Economy… Energy Debacle Leading To Economic Meltdown

The number of Germany’s corporate insolvencies in March reached the highest level on record, new data reveal. It’s the Great Green Energies economic debacle Blackout News here calls the trend “alarming” and that it is “a clear sign of the worsening economic crisis. The news are based on data released by the Halle Institute for […]

Antarctica Is Colder, Icier Now Than Any Time In 5000 Years. The Last Warm Period Was 1000 Years Ago.

Antarctica Is Colder, Icier Now Than Any Time In 5000 Years. The Last Warm Period Was 1000 Years Ago.

More evidence emerges that Antarctica has undergone rapid glacier and sea ice expansion in recent centuries, in line with the long-term and recent Antarctic cooling trend. West Antarctica’s mean annual surface temperatures cooled by more than -1.8°C (-0.93°C per decade) from 1999-2018 (Zhang et al., 2023). Not just West Antarctica, but most of the continent […]

Comprehensive Russian Temperature Reconstruction Shows Warmer Temperatures 1000 Years Ago!

Comprehensive Russian Temperature Reconstruction Shows Warmer Temperatures 1000 Years Ago!

Dr. Michael E. Mann and the IPCC claims of a hockey stick temperature trend are challenged. A paper published by a team of scientists of the Russian Academy of Sciences led by В. V. Klimenko presents a quantitative reconstruction of the mean annual temperatures of northeastern Europe for the last two millennia. The study was […]

Germany Electric Car Sales Plummet 30% As Country Floats Idea Of Weekend Driving Ban!

Germany Electric Car Sales Plummet 30% As Country Floats Idea Of Weekend Driving Ban!

There’s been a drastic drop in the registration of new electric cars in Germany as sales of the “clean” electric cars have slumped nearly 30% compared to a year earlier, reports Germany’s online Blackout News here.  Also: Germany’s transportation minister, Dr. Volker Wissing, threatens weekend driving ban (Fahrverbot) in order to meet climate targets!  The […]

Three More New Temperature Reconstructions Document A Warmer Medieval Period

Three More New Temperature Reconstructions Document A Warmer Medieval Period

The North Atlantic, the Pacific Northwest (USA), and northern Finland were all warmer than today between 1000 and 2000 years ago. Today’s (2000 CE) July air temperatures in the Azores – archipelago islands in the middle North Atlantic, ~1400 km west of Portugal – are visually shown to average about 10 to 11°C in a […]

The Lake Garda Climate-Freak-Show Disappears... Italy's Largest Lake Now Overflowing!

The Lake Garda Climate-Freak-Show Disappears… Italy’s Largest Lake Now Overflowing!

A year ago, Europe’s media blared on about Lake Garda’s dangerously low level, and warned the lake risked drying out. Today, the water level is at a near high. Nestled in northern Italy, Lake Garda is a favorite holiday destination for Germans. It has historic charm and is framed by the picturesque Dolomites to the […]

Scientists Selectively Reject CO2 Measurements That Do Not Align With The Human-Caused Narrative

Scientists Selectively Reject CO2 Measurements That Do Not Align With The Human-Caused Narrative

Reconstructions of paleo CO2 levels openly rely on data derived from plant stomata. But when modern (1800s-present) CO2 measurements from stomata conflict with the narrative that humans drive CO2 levels, they are patently rejected. Scientists readily acknowledge plant stomata evidence from one location are “widely used as an effective tool for paleoenvironmental reconstructions” of global […]

German Scientists Claim To Have Predicted 2023 El Niño – After It Occurred!

German scientists find it’s possible to predict the past with high certainty! Klimanachricten here reports that physicists from Giessen and Potsdam (Germany) published a paper explaining how they had developed a method for the early prediction of El Niño events. One of the authors is Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber, the former director of the climate-alarmist Potsdam Institute […]

New Study: Global Wetland Loss Since 1700 "Far Less" Than Previously Estimated

New Study: Global Wetland Loss Since 1700 “Far Less” Than Previously Estimated

EIKE latest climate video (German) here reports on a recent Stanford University-led study that found global wetlands losses had been grossly overestimated, too pessimistic. Image cropped here.  According to the study, the U.S. has accounted for more wetland conversion and degradation than any other country. Overall, the study investigated wetlands in 144 countries. Researchers find […]

Sea Level Rise Alarm? The Coastlines Of 13,000 Studied Islands Net GREW Seaward From 2000-2020

Sea Level Rise Alarm? The Coastlines Of 13,000 Studied Islands Net GREW Seaward From 2000-2020

The sea level rise experienced in recent decades was supposed to lead to shrinking shorelines and inundated coasts. Instead, satellite observations reveal the globe’s island coasts expanded seaward (net) by 402 km² since 2000. In a new study, over 13,000 islands were assessed for coastal change over the last three decades (1990-2020). Only 12% of […]

Tokyo Says "Sayonara" To Warmer Winters...40-Year JMA Trend Shows COOLING!

Tokyo Says “Sayonara” To Warmer Winters…40-Year JMA Trend Shows COOLING!

Tokyo winters have in fact cooled (slightly) over the past 4 decades… Charts by Kirye The December 1 to February 29 meteorological winter ended and the latest data for the mean winter temperature are available for Tokyo and its island Hachijō-jima. Looking at the mean DJF winter temperature trend for Tokyo going back 39 years […]

2 Separate Studies Affirm No Net Temperature Or Precipitation Change In Pakistan Since The 1700s

2 Separate Studies Affirm No Net Temperature Or Precipitation Change In Pakistan Since The 1700s

Yet another region of the world has failed to cooperate with then anthropogenic global warming narrative. Asad et al., 2024 “The longest 10 years’ warm periods were observed during the early decades of the twentieth century (AD 1918–1927…)…” “The five hottest years (based on 7.33 °C ± 0.99 °C) were AD 1896 (9.80 °C), 1892 […]

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