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German Electricity Imports Hit New Record, Rise 43.3 Percent in First Half Of 2020!

German Electricity Imports Hit New Record, Rise 43.3 Percent in First Half Of 2020!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterYou would think that with all the added wind and solar energy in Germany, along with all the conventional power plants on standby, all totaling up to huge unneeded capacity, there would be no need to import any power at all. Well, think again. Photo: P. Gosselin The German epochtimes.de here reports that German […]

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Hachijojima, Isolated Rural Island In Pacific, Shows No Warming In 80 Years

Hachijojima, Isolated Rural Island In Pacific, Shows No Warming In 80 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Hachijojima is a volcanic Japanese island some 287 kilometers south of Tokyo, to which it belongs. 7,522 people live on its 63 km2 of area. Image cropped from Google Maps. What makes Hachijojima interesting climatically is its rural, non-urban features – in the middle of the ocean –  making station siting […]

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Those Calling For Defunding Police Are Real Fools, Should Not Even Be Close To Any Public Office

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTo all the morons out there who think we ought to defund the police and drag them through the mud. How stupid can you be? Readers are welcome to add your own videos of police saving lives. Share this…FacebookTwitter

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Germany's DWD National Weather Service Denies Station Siting Problem: "Dubious" All-Time Record Temperature Allowed To Stand

Germany’s DWD National Weather Service Denies Station Siting Problem: “Dubious” All-Time Record Temperature Allowed To Stand

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Share this…FacebookTwitterLeading German daily Bild here reports on the controversy, which still continues to swirl, over Germany’s all-time record high temperature recorded last year in North Germany near the Dutch border. Independent meteorologists say the readings needs to be thrown out Last year on July 25th, the Lingen thermometer reached a whopping 42.6°C, far eclipsing […]

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Bucking The ‘Warming’: Mid May ‘Ice Saints’ In Europe Have Intensified Since 1996!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGlobal warming should mean that the period of May 11-15 – known as the Ice Saints in Europe – when late spring frosts often occur, would become less frosty over the years. But the opposite has been the case since 1995. =============================================== Why have the Ice Saints gotten colder over the past 25 years? […]

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German Skeptics Mourn Death Of S. Fred Singer: “Mentor, Good Friend, Outstanding Scientist”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWe grieve the loss of Dr. S. Fred Singer By Michael Limburg, EIKE (Translated, edited by P. Gosselin) Dr. Siegfried Frederick Singer Yesterday, our mentor and good friend, the outstanding scientist S. Fred Singer passed away – peacefully and quietly at the age of 95. Without the constant encouragement we received from this outstanding […]

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Sweden Glacier Melt Far More Rapid In Mid 20th Century Than Today. Arctic Sea Ice Now Stabilizing

Sweden Glacier Melt Far More Rapid In Mid 20th Century Than Today. Arctic Sea Ice Now Stabilizing

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA recent paper published in the Swedish journal Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography authored by Holmlund and Holmlund, found that the strongest melts of the Storglaciären in Sweden occurred between the 1930s and 1960s. The glacier mass then even increased from the early 1970s to the mid 1990s. According to the authors, geodetic […]

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Vital Electricity: Just A 12% Drop In Power Consumption Leads To Painful Economic Downturn

Vital Electricity: Just A 12% Drop In Power Consumption Leads To Painful Economic Downturn

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA 12% drop in German electricity consumption is the difference between economic pain and prosperity.  If you want to see a good example of how vital electricity and energy are to an economy, look no further than Germany. Since the country has imposed strict restrictions on people gathering, large parts of industry have been […]

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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

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDr. 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. […]

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Lock Downs And Shutdowns Will Lead To Meltdowns

Lock Downs And Shutdowns Will Lead To Meltdowns

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe cure is far worse than the disease. In these times of COVID-19, you’ll forgive me for deviating from climate and energy from time to time. Lately nothing has been more annoying to me than the misuse of the graphic (see below) that claims to tell us why it’s important to prolong (flatten) the […]

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Back To Reality: Electric Mobility Gets Dose Of Shock Therapy …German, Swiss Post To End Electric Fleet

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe “Streetscooter”: Electric Mobility’s First Large Bankruptcy Image: From Superbass – own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, commons.wikimedia.org By AR Göhring, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) (Text translated and summarized by P. Gosselin) Manufacturer “Streetscooter”, purchased by Deutsche Post (German Post) in 2014, will be scrapped. The German media of course blame it […]

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Finnish Meteorological Institute Reports Northern Hemisphere Snow Mass "Highest Levels In Year"!

Finnish Meteorological Institute Reports Northern Hemisphere Snow Mass “Highest Levels In Year”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman broadcaster RTL here reported how Northern Hemisphere snow mass has reached the highest level in years. Image: Finnish Meteorological Institute The Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) reports the total amount of snow in the northern hemisphere this winter season has been well above the long-term average from 1982 to 2012. This will come as […]

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