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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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US Leads In Preventing Spread Of COVID-19 ...Europe, Other Continents Faring Far Worse!

US Leads In Preventing Spread Of COVID-19 …Europe, Other Continents Faring Far Worse!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterLately we’ve been hearing lots from desperate politicians suggesting that the US response to the spread of the COVID-19 virus has not been adequate. Far worse in Europe Here in Europe we’ve been hearing a lot about new cases arising on a daily basis, and when I compare the number of U.S.cases (February 29, […]

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German 2019 Weather-Related Insured Damage BELOW AVERAGE For 6th Consecutive Year!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHat-tip: Die kalte Sonne In 2019, weather-related events in Germany caused insured damage to houses, household contents, commerce, industry and motor vehicles amounting to 3.2 billion euros. This is the result of preliminary figures published in a press release by the German Insurance Association (GDV). The level is thus at the previous year’s level […]

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Merry Christmas! Thanks Everyone, For Another Successful Climate Blogging Year!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterEnjoy one of my very favorites! Brings back a lot of wonderful memories. Wishing devoted readers a Merry Christmas! Share this…FacebookTwitter

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Another New Study Finds The Canadian Arctic Was About 1-2°C Warmer During Medieval Times

Another New Study Finds The Canadian Arctic Was About 1-2°C Warmer During Medieval Times

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFour reconstructions from the central and western High Arctic reveal July temperatures were about 1-2°C warmer than today during most of the 1st millennium and Medieval period (Tamo and Gajewski, 2019). A few years ago, a chironomid reconstruction of Boothia Peninsula in the Canadian Arctic (Fortin and Gajewski, 2016) revealed not only were today’s […]

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Even Faster, More Powerful Than Climate Change… Europe’s Movement To Ecological Tyranny Emerging Rapidly

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClaims of an escalating climate crisis are getting ever shriller in Europe and calls  for “real and radical action” are becoming increasingly urgent. Leaders are now labelling their own citizens “ecological vandals”, and openly demanding they be brought under tight control by a China-modelled system. The building blocks for a tyranny are in place.  […]

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EU Parliamentarian Celebrates Passing Climate Emergency, But Then Hops On Jet To Frankfurt, And Berlin!

EU Parliamentarian Celebrates Passing Climate Emergency, But Then Hops On Jet To Frankfurt, And Berlin!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterEurope’s hypocrite of the week After celebrating at Twitter the passage of the symbolic climate emergency in the EU Parliament in Strasbourg on Thursday, parliamentarian Sven Giegold of the Green Party hops on a jet to Berlin! We’ve all heard about the EU declaring a global climate emergency. Man has to profoundly alter its […]

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