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Great Britain September Mean Temperatures Cooling. Also: Models Suggest Harsh, Long Winter Ahead

Great Britain September Mean Temperatures Cooling. Also: Models Suggest Harsh, Long Winter Ahead

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Compiled data show Great Britain early fall has been cooling over the past quarter century and models showing a harsh Europe 2020/21 winter in the works.  Compiling September data for Great Britain recorded by 14 stations for which the Japan meteorological Agency (JMA) has sufficient data, we plot the […]

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Is Mauna Loa Really The Best Location To Measure 'Global' CO2 Levels?

Is Mauna Loa Really The Best Location To Measure ‘Global’ CO2 Levels?

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHighly anomalous terrain (an active volcano), 40 years of cooling temperatures, and a CO2 record that dramatically contrasts with fluctuating values from forests and meadows reaching 600-900 ppm all beg the question: Is Mauna Loa’s CO2 record globally representative? Mauna Loa is the Earth’s largest land volcano. It has erupted over 3 dozen times […]

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Sweden September Mean Temperature Shows Little Warming Since 1998. And: West On Path To Societal Suicide?

Sweden September Mean Temperature Shows Little Warming Since 1998. And: West On Path To Societal Suicide?

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye September mean temperature in Sweden has not been warming like alarmists said it certainly would. Looking at data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) for the 6 stations with data going back 22 years, we see that 3 of 6 stations have seen cooling September mean temperature over the past 22 years: […]

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Low Solar Activity Points To Colder Than Normal 2020/21 European Winter

Low Solar Activity Points To Colder Than Normal 2020/21 European Winter

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSnowFan here reports on the latest winter forecasts for the 2020/21 Europe winter. History and statistics show Europe could be in for a frosty winter.  Currently a significant La Nina is shaping up, and history shows that these events in the Pacific have an impact on Europe’s winters: The NOAA reanalysis above shows the […]

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The "Warmest September Ever" Is A Myth... Cooler Times Likely Ahead As NASA Foresees Strong La Nina...

The “Warmest September Ever” Is A Myth… Cooler Times Likely Ahead As NASA Foresees Strong La Nina…

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOur friend “SnowFan” here looks at the claims that September 2020 was the warmest ever recorded. It turns out that other measurement advanced satellites don’t agree. According to the much ballyhooed data, temperatures in Europe in September this year were on average 0.2 degrees Celsius higher than in the previous record September 2018. The […]

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2020: A Year Of Global Surface Cooling...And Sun Showing Little Activity, Spotless 30 Days

2020: A Year Of Global Surface Cooling…And Sun Showing Little Activity, Spotless 30 Days

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOur friend “Snowfan” here reports the sun has now gone 30 days without sunspots as we progress into solar cycle 25. A number of scientists have been warning that the earth may be heading into a cooling phase due to lower sunspot activity over the past 15 years. Is cooling in the works? Solar […]

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Scientists Find Peak 1940s Warmth, Post-1950s Cooling In The Same Western US Region Where Hockey Sticks Emerged

Scientists Find Peak 1940s Warmth, Post-1950s Cooling In The Same Western US Region Where Hockey Sticks Emerged

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new 1735-2015 temperature reconstruction (Heeter et al., 2020) using Western US tree ring proxies shows peak 1940s warmth and post-1950s cooling. This is the same region Dr. Michael Mann used tree ring data to construct his famous hockey stick graph. Image Source: Heeter et al., 2020 A new Scandinavian temperature reconstruction (Seftigen et […]

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Determined Scientists Add Phantom 'Unprecedented' Warmth To New Temperature Reconstructions

Determined Scientists Add Phantom ‘Unprecedented’ Warmth To New Temperature Reconstructions

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPaleoclimate reconstructions that find no unusual modern warming are nonetheless characterized as showing sharp temperature increases in recent decades anyway. A new (Li et al., 2020) 1818-2012  temperature reconstruction determined 1955 (6.33 °C) and 2001 (7.17 °C) were the 1st and 5th coldest years in northeastern China in the last 200 years. The two […]

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Greta Thunberg's Scandinavia Has Seen August Cooling Trend Over The Past Quarter Century

Greta Thunberg’s Scandinavia Has Seen August Cooling Trend Over The Past Quarter Century

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin Today we plot the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) data for Northern Europe for the month of August, 2020. We have selected this region because it is the home of 17-year old climate alarmist/activist Greta Thunberg, who thinks the planet is heating up rapidly and so we’re all doomed. We […]

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Two New Temperature Records Show No Warming In Central Asia Since 1766 A.D. Or In Spain Since 1350 A.D.

Two New Temperature Records Show No Warming In Central Asia Since 1766 A.D. Or In Spain Since 1350 A.D.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists continue to publish papers revealing no unusual climate trends for the last several centuries in many regions of the world. Despite the 135 ppm increase in CO2 concentration (275 ppm to 410 ppm) since the 1700s, a new 250-year temperature (precipitation) reconstruction (Peng et al., 2020) shows there has been no net warming […]

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Year Of Global Cooling. JRC Analysis Show Land And Sea Surface Temperatures Continue To Fall

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt The global mean temperature of the satellite-based measurements remained almost unchanged in August compared to July. The deviation from the 30-year average (1981 to 2010) was 0.43 degrees Celsius. Temperature measurements on land and in the sea continue to decrease, as the graph of the JRC analysis shows, especially in the […]

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Yawn…Central Europe Sees Near Normal Summer As Earlier Predictions Of Record Heat, Drought Fail

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Share this…FacebookTwitterEarlier this year in spring, the WMO and others warned of another record hot summer and drought. The German media went bonkers in response warning that 2020 could even be hotter and drier than the 2018 and 2019 summers. But now that the meteorological summer (June 1 – August 31) has ended, the data […]

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