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Gigantic Ozone Hole - 7 Times Larger Than Antarctica's - Widens Over The Tropics

Gigantic Ozone Hole – 7 Times Larger Than Antarctica’s – Widens Over The Tropics

The increasing loss of ozone (O3) from 3o°N – 30°S has steadily accelerated since the early 1980s despite the 1987 Montreal Protocol’s ban on so-called “ozone depleting substances” like chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). Once again this suggests human activity does not drive ozone losses. Twenty years after the Montreal Protocol agreement limiting or banning CFC use scientists […]

Flashback 2007: Scientists Reveal They 'No Longer Understand How Ozone Holes Come Into Being'

Flashback 2007: Scientists Reveal They ‘No Longer Understand How Ozone Holes Come Into Being’

Ozone Measurement Error   ‘Shatters’ Established Theory It was 10 years ago this month that scientists revealed an order-of-magnitude-sized error in molecular chemistry measurement that threatened to severely undermine the commonly accepted explanation for  how ozone depletion occurs. The iconoclastic discovery fomented “much debate and uncertainty in the ozone research community.”    The mechanism that causes polar […]

Scientific Papers Indicate Natural Processes Dominate Changes In Ozone Hole, Methane And CO2 Emissions

Scientific Papers Indicate Natural Processes Dominate Changes In Ozone Hole, Methane And CO2 Emissions

What If Human Emissions Aren’t All That Influential? We have been led to believe that we can control the size of the ozone hole and both methane and CO2 concentrations with our emissions. We have also been led to believe we control weather patterns (storminess, droughts, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes); we control tropospheric, atmospheric, surface, and […]

Russian Scientist: 4% More Antarctic Sea Ice – Ozone Hole Cooling Antarctica

The April 21, 2010 German edition of the Russian news website RIA Novosti has a piece with a possible explanantion as to why Antarctic sea ice is expanding while the rest of the globe is warming. http://de.rian.ru/science/20100421/126005955.html A Russian scientist believes it is due to the ozone hole over the South Pole. According to Alexander Klepikov […]

Skeptic Papers 2021 (2)

Skeptic Papers 2021 (2)

Solar Influence On Climate Scafetta, 2021 This result implies that the CMIP5 models are missing important climatic mechanisms responsible for a large millennial oscillation that has been found throughout the Holocene and has been linked to a millennial solar oscillation [2,4,17,72,90,105]. The argument can be, therefore, extended to other decadal, multidecadal, and secular solar oscillations […]

42,000 Years Ago A Massive Geomagnetic Shift Plunged A Warm Earth Into An Ice Age...But CO₂ Didn't Budge

42,000 Years Ago A Massive Geomagnetic Shift Plunged A Warm Earth Into An Ice Age…But CO₂ Didn’t Budge

A groundbreaking new study in Science suggests warm interglacial-like conditions (surface temperatures within 1°C of today’s) persisted from 54 to 42,000 years ago even though CO₂ levels idled around 200 ppm at that time. A sudden geomagnetic shift that intensified galactic cosmic rays and cloud formation and reduced ozone levels ~42,000 years ago resulted in […]

Skeptic Papers 2020 (2)

Skeptic Papers 2020 (2)

Solar Influence On Climate Delgado-Bonal et al, 2020 Our research supports the idea that clouds and albedo, which ultimately determine the SW radiation, are variables of the utmost importance for current climate change, in agreement with previous research about the changes in stratocumulus or energy imbalance in the last four decades for example. An increase […]

Climate Models Unable To Show Link Between Arctic Warming And Harsh Mid-Latitude Winters

Climate Models Unable To Show Link Between Arctic Warming And Harsh Mid-Latitude Winters

Researchers can no longer blame inconvenient cold winters on Arctic warming. No scientific basis, new study shows. Image: NASA (public domain) By Die kalte Sonne (German text translated by P. Gosselin) The Arctic is warming faster than the mid-latitudes. It’s the so-called Arctic amplification (AA). According to a study by Polvani et al. 2020, half […]

Independent Researcher Finds Solar Schwabe Cycle Signal: Reoccurring  Weather Patterns Every 10 Years

Independent Researcher Finds Solar Schwabe Cycle Signal: Reoccurring Weather Patterns Every 10 Years

Dr. Ludger Laurenz The sun has left its signature in data from numerous weather stations, thus challenging meteorologists and climate researchers who falsely claim the sun plays only a minor role. Image: NASA Earth Observatory (public domain).  In the 11-year sunspot cycle (Schwabe cycle), the sun generates a start impulse in the sunspot maximum year. Triggered […]

"Arctic Surprise...Sensational Study In Nature": Large Part Of 20th Century Warming Attributed To CFCs!

“Arctic Surprise…Sensational Study In Nature”: Large Part Of 20th Century Warming Attributed To CFCs!

Arctic Surprise By Professor Fritz Vahrenholt A few days ago, an international research group from the USA, Canada and Switzerland led by Lorenzo Polvani of Columbia University (New York) published a sensational study in Nature climate change, which attributes a large part of the warming of the 20th century to CFCs (“Substantial twentieth-century Arctic warming […]

Comprehensive Data, Recent Studies In Top Journals: Antarctica Stable, Temps Falling, Ice Mass Growing!

News from Antarctica: how’s the ice? By Kalte Sonne (German text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) The ice in Antarctica, how is it doing? Is it melting, is it growing? In the following we wishto present the latest literature on the subject. There is a lot to report. Fasten your seat belt, there’s a lot to […]

High Electricity Costs, Hostile Environmental Activism, Uncertainty Now Crippling German Economy …Outlook Bleak

German online weekly FOCUS writes Germany is turning into “Europe’s economic sick man” – due in large part to high energy prices and fierce environmental radicalism. The German weekly reports how German industrial production has been falling, citing figures from the automotive, chemicals and pharmaceutical industries, all of which need large quantities of energy. German […]

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