Drought and Deserts

"Drought-Stricken" Germany Sees 2nd Rainiest February On Record...Doom And Gloom Cancelled Again

“Drought-Stricken” Germany Sees 2nd Rainiest February On Record…Doom And Gloom Cancelled Again

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Share this…FacebookTwitter The last two summers in Germany (2018 and 2019) were unusually dry and warm, and already alarmists began to screaming that this was just a preview of what’s in store for Europe’s crispy burnt future. The following 2 charts show the ground moisture for Germany last September. The left image depicts the ground […]

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Forgotten Fact: 1974/75 Australian Bush Fires Were More Than 9 Times Greater Than Those Of 2019/20!

Forgotten Fact: 1974/75 Australian Bush Fires Were More Than 9 Times Greater Than Those Of 2019/20!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman climate blogger Snow Fan here presents some background on Australian bush fires.  It turns out that the 1974/75 bush fires were considerably larger in area than the 2019/20 bush fires we have been witnessing. The Australian bush fires of 2019/20 have seen an area as big as southern Germany (see above). But in […]

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Victoria Secrets Exposed…More Falsehoods By Spiegel, Guardian… Victoria Falls Variability Nothing To Do With CO2.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterVictoria Falls ignoring IPCC science: Sometimes more water, sometimes less By Die kalte Sonne (German text translated by P. Gosselin) German Spiegel Online on 7 December 2019: Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and Zambia: “It’s the longest dry period that we have ever had.” The Victoria Falls are considered to be the widest waterfall in […]

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This Year's Dry Europe Summer Nothing New, Happened More Often During Prosperous Medieval Period

This Year’s Dry Europe Summer Nothing New, Happened More Often During Prosperous Medieval Period

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe two recent dry summers seen in Europe have led to alarmists believing that the climate doomsday has arrived. But The European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) looks at the past to see if this sort of thing is really unusual. ======================= German forests growing much faster today than 1000 years ago. Photo: NTZ […]

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Data, Satellite Photos Expose Climate Activist’s Lies. Facts: Sahara Shrinking, Arctic Ice Robust, Lake Chad Growing

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAt XR and FFF rallies, speakers like telling outright lies with the aim of trying to get the masses of people to stampede in mass panic and blind anger. One of these activists in Germany is Carola Rackete, reports Michael Krüger here at Science Skeptical. Rackete, the award-winning refugee rescuer and sea vessel captain, […]

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Renowned German Geologist Shocks Audience: "Climate Change Totally Exaggerated"..."Warming Least Of Our Problems"

Renowned German Geologist Shocks Audience: “Climate Change Totally Exaggerated”…”Warming Least Of Our Problems”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt’s unusual to see rationality over climate change in the German media, but sometimes it manages to get through. In April this year I missed an important podcast interview with one of the world’s most prominent Sahara Desert researchers, geologist Dr. Stefan Kröpelin, by the Düsseldorf-based German daily, Rheinische Post. Image: University of Cologne The […]

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New Study: Pre-1900 Rainfall Events In Sydney, Melbourne “More Extreme” Than Modern Times

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe global warming crazies keep insisting that weather has become more extreme, but whenever a study looks at the past weather, it finds the opposite to be true. The latest is a new study titled “Historical extreme rainfall events in southeastern Australia” authored by Ashcroft et al appearing in the journal Weather and Climate […]

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New Study Shows Southeast Asia Climatic Variability Over Past Two Millennia, Likely Solar Driven - Deflate CO2 As Main Driver

New Study Shows Southeast Asia Climatic Variability Over Past Two Millennia, Likely Solar Driven – Deflate CO2 As Main Driver

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAmazing: A proxy study of Laos finds natural variability in hydrometeorology, a little Ice Age, and other substantial climate changes in the pre-greenhouse gas era. Who would have thought! (sarcasm) Hat-tip: NTZ reader Mary Brown. University of California Irvine researcher Jessica Wang and her team of researchers find plenty of natural climate variability in […]

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Natural Variability Domination: Defying Models, Scientists Find LESS Extreme Precipitation In Recent Decades

Natural Variability Domination: Defying Models, Scientists Find LESS Extreme Precipitation In Recent Decades

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHigher frequencies of drought and extreme rainfall are assumed to be associated with modern climate change. But long-term studies in both hemispheres indicate extreme precipitation patterns were more common prior to the 20th and 21st centuries. Natural variability dominates precipitation patterns so thoroughly that an anthropogenic signal cannot be detected in observed records. Internal […]

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Alarmists Red-Faced As Satellite Image Analyses Show Globe Has Greened Markedly Over Past 4 Decades

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman climate science skeptic Michael Kruger of Science Skeptical here writes that the earth has become GREENER and more fertile due to more CO2 and warming. Source: Zhu et al Hard to believe, but the earth is not turning into a desert and more arid due to the CO2 increase in the atmosphere, like alarmist […]

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France’s 70-Day Heat Wave Of 1911 Killed 41,000 In “Uninterrupted Heat”, Most Were Babies

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHistory shows French heat waves used to be far deadlier. The year 1911 saw an uninterrupted scorching summer and tens of thousands of lives lost. As is the case with modern reports claiming all new “unprecedented events” written by the climate ambulance chasing media, we usually find out days later that such events have […]

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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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