Coral Mortality Rates Higher During Cold Periods - And There's Been Recent Cooling In Coral Environments

Coral Mortality Rates Higher During Cold Periods – And There’s Been Recent Cooling In Coral Environments

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn the coral habitats of the Western Indian Ocean, SSTs have cooled by -0.8°C since the 1980s (Watanabe et al., 2019). It has long been established that exposure to extremely low temperatures induce coral bleaching and high mortality rates just as much as warm SSTs do. Further, colder periods – which are associated with […]

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World's 76 Best Tide Gauges (100+ Years Of Data) Show A Mean 0.34 mm/yr Rise, 'Negligible' Acceleration

World’s 76 Best Tide Gauges (100+ Years Of Data) Show A Mean 0.34 mm/yr Rise, ‘Negligible’ Acceleration

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new scientific paper affirms “all the long-term-trend (LTT) tide gauges of the world consistently show a negligible acceleration since the time they started recording in the late 1800s/early 1900s” and there is “no sign of climate models predicted sharply warming and accelerating sea level rise.” Image Source: Boretti, 2019 An accurate determination of […]

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Consensus? 200+ New 2019 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

Consensus? 200+ New 2019 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn the first 5½ months of 2019, over 200 scientific papers have been published that cast doubt on the position that anthropogenic CO2 emissions function as the climate’s fundamental control knob…or that otherwise serve to question the efficacy of climate models or the related “consensus” positions commonly endorsed by policymakers and ²²²²mainstream media sources. […]

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New Study: U.S. East Coast Has GROWN +5 cm/year Since 1960 After Eroding -55 cm/year During 1830-1956

New Study: U.S. East Coast Has GROWN +5 cm/year Since 1960 After Eroding -55 cm/year During 1830-1956

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite reports of relatively high regional rates of sea level rise, the Atlantic Coast of the United States has actually been expanding in recent decades after rapidly shrinking prior to the 1960s. A 2001 Salon magazine “terror in the skies” alarmism article featured a Dr. James Hansen late-1980s prediction that New York City’s West […]

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New Studies: Northeastern China Was 7-10°C Warmer 9000 Years Ago - And 1.7°C Warmer In The 1800s!

New Studies: Northeastern China Was 7-10°C Warmer 9000 Years Ago – And 1.7°C Warmer In The 1800s!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTwo more new papers add to the voluminous paleoclimate evidence that most of the last 10,000 years were much warmer than modern.  The globe was about 4 to 6°C warmer than it is today between 9000 and 6000 years ago, when CO2 concentrations centered around 265 ppm. Image Source: ScienceDaily.com Some regions exceeded the […]

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New Study Finds 12 Of 15 Islands In Florida Bay Have GROWN In Size Since 1953, Continuing A Global Trend

New Study Finds 12 Of 15 Islands In Florida Bay Have GROWN In Size Since 1953, Continuing A Global Trend

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Share this…FacebookTwitterInstead of inundation from sea level rise, 80% of assessed Florida Bay (USA) islands grew in area during 1953-2014, prototyping a global-scale trend in island resistance to rising seas. Image Source: Zhai et al., 2019 Back in 1989, the United Nations issued a dire warning: either reverse the ongoing global warming by the year […]

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'Big Oil' Now Promotes Renewable Energy - Wind & Solar Spur GROWTH In Fossil Fuel Energy Generation

‘Big Oil’ Now Promotes Renewable Energy – Wind & Solar Spur GROWTH In Fossil Fuel Energy Generation

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhile it may seem counterintuitive, the expansion of wind and solar energy necessarily leads to the preservation and eventual growth in fossil fuel energy generation. This “paradox” hasn’t gone unnoticed. As good business practice, fossil fuel companies are now actively advocating for and investing in wind and solar technologies. In an analysis of energy […]

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Remote Sensing Data Indicate A -2.44ºC Summer Cooling For Antarctica Sea Ice Regions During 1982-2015

Remote Sensing Data Indicate A -2.44ºC Summer Cooling For Antarctica Sea Ice Regions During 1982-2015

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new paper published in Remote Sensing reports substantial summer cooling of Antarctica’s entire sea ice region due to an increase in surface albedo between 1982 to 2015. Zhou et al., 2019 The Characteristics of Surface Albedo Change Trends over the Antarctic Sea Ice Region during Recent Decades “The Arctic sea ice is becoming […]

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New Paper: Arctic Sea Ice Was Far Less Extensive Than Today During The 'Ice Free' Early Holocene

New Paper: Arctic Sea Ice Was Far Less Extensive Than Today During The ‘Ice Free’ Early Holocene

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBiomarker evidence for Arctic-region sea ice coverage in the northern Barents Sea indicates the most extensive sea ice conditions of the last 9,500 years occurred during the 20th century (0 cal yr BP). In contrast, this region was ice free with open water conditions during the Early Holocene (9,500-5,800 years ago). Berben et al., […]

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Greenland Has Been Cooling In Recent Years - 26 Of Its 47 Largest Glaciers Now Stable Or Gaining Ice

Greenland Has Been Cooling In Recent Years – 26 Of Its 47 Largest Glaciers Now Stable Or Gaining Ice

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new analysis of recent trends for the Greenland ice sheet reveals that since 2012 there has been an abrupt slowing of melt rates and a trend reversal to cooling and ice growth. • In 2018, 26 of Greenland’s 47 largest glaciers were either stable or grew in size. • Overall, the 47 glaciers […]

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Recent Studies Indicate Species Extinctions Decline With Warming - Mass Extinction Events Due To COOLING

Recent Studies Indicate Species Extinctions Decline With Warming – Mass Extinction Events Due To COOLING

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDuring the last few hundred years, species extinctions primarily occurred due to habitat loss and predator introduction on islands.  Extinctions have not been linked to a warming climate or higher CO2 levels.  In fact, since the 1870s, species extinction rates have been plummeting. Image Sources: Loehle & Eschenbach (2012), BBC, Wrightstone, 2019 In the […]

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CO2 Climate Forcing In The Earth System Context: The Honey Bee Versus The Sun

CO2 Climate Forcing In The Earth System Context: The Honey Bee Versus The Sun

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOver the course of a 12 hour period on a cloudless day, 500 Wm-2 of solar energy pummels past the ocean surface to depths of 20 or more meters, warming up the first 2 meters of the ocean by 2.0 K. Image Source: Fairall et al., 1996 In contrast, the infrared radiation absorbed and […]

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New Study: The Tropical Atlantic Was 7.5°C Warmer Than Now While CO2 Was 220 ppm

New Study: The Tropical Atlantic Was 7.5°C Warmer Than Now While CO2 Was 220 ppm

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnother new paper published in Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology casts further doubt on the paradigm that says CO2 has historically been a temperature driver. Evidence from the tropical Atlantic indicates today’s regional temperatures (15.5°C) are 7.5°C colder than a peak temperatures (23°C) between 15,000 to 10,000 years ago, when CO2 hovered around 220 ppm. Image Source: Reißig et […]

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New Science Finds Coral Reefs Are Heating The Planet - Reef Ecosystems A Net Source Of CO2 Emissions

New Science Finds Coral Reefs Are Heating The Planet – Reef Ecosystems A Net Source Of CO2 Emissions

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNew research indicates that coral reef ecosystems off the coasts of Hawai’i (Terlouw et al., 2019) and in the Great Barrier Reef (Lønborg et al., 2019) are a net source of CO2 to the atmosphere. Presuming that higher CO2 emissions lead to global warming, it can consequently be said that coral reefs are heating […]

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A New Temperature Reconstruction From Central Asia Shows 432 Years Of No Warming, Recent Cooling

A New Temperature Reconstruction From Central Asia Shows 432 Years Of No Warming, Recent Cooling

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTree-ring evidence reveals recent cooling and glacier thickening in Central Asia as well as flat temperatures throughout the last 432 years. Tree rings were the proxy used by Dr. Michael Mann to invent the orignal hockey stick graph. Twenty years later, yet another reconstruction (1580 to 2012 AD) indicates modern warmth in Central Asia […]

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The Northern Hemisphere Cooled By -0.6°C From 1958-'63. That Cooling Has Now Vanished.

The Northern Hemisphere Cooled By -0.6°C From 1958-’63. That Cooling Has Now Vanished.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBack in 1975, when there was still considearable concern about decades of Northern Hemisphere cooling, the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) announced in their report that the end of the current interglacial could arrive sooner than thought. “[T]here is a finite probability that a serious worldwide cooling could befall the earth within the next […]

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New Study: A California Lake Had 4-5°C Warmer Periods While CO2 Was 200 ppm...During The Last GLACIAL

New Study: A California Lake Had 4-5°C Warmer Periods While CO2 Was 200 ppm…During The Last GLACIAL

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnother new paper published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters casts further doubt on the paradigm that says CO2 has historically been a temperature driver. Evidence from southern California’s Lake Elsinore indicates today’s regional temperatures (18°C) are 4-5°C colder than a millennial-scale period between 29,000 to 26,000 years ago (29 to 26 ka), or […]

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New Study: The Recent CO2 Increase Has Had An Even Greater Earth-Greening Impact Than Previously Thought

New Study: The Recent CO2 Increase Has Had An Even Greater Earth-Greening Impact Than Previously Thought

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Earth has been rapidly greening in recent decades, and CO2 fertilization may explain 70% of the trend (Zhu et al., 2016). A new study finds models have significantly underestimated the greening effect of rising CO2. Image Source: Winkler et al., 2019 CO2 is a pollutant? In recent years, carbon dioxide (CO2), an essential […]

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CO2's Influence Was 0.006 W/m² Per Decade During The Last Deglaciation. And This Melted Ice Sheets How?

CO2’s Influence Was 0.006 W/m² Per Decade During The Last Deglaciation. And This Melted Ice Sheets How?

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAccording to the calculations of Dr. James Hansen, the radiative influence derived from the increase in CO2 during the last deglaciation was so negligible that it equated to “a third of energy required to power a honey bee in flight” (Ellis and Palmer, 2016). Image Source: Ellis and Palmer, 2016 Between about 22,000 and […]

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Crete Is Home To 1000 Endangered Griffon Vultures. Wind Turbines Are Projected To Kill 84 Of Them Per Year.

Crete Is Home To 1000 Endangered Griffon Vultures. Wind Turbines Are Projected To Kill 84 Of Them Per Year.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA potential wind turbine installation on the island of Crete may be poised to drive an endangered raptor population to extinction. Recent studies have found the favored “renewable” energies – wind and solar – are not effective, even counteractive, when it comes to reducing emissions from fossil fuels. Solar PV installation, for example, results […]

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