Drought and Deserts

MetOffice, IPCC Climate Scientist Prof. Richard Betts Misunderstood Science Behind Drying Forests

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Share this…FacebookTwitterJust recently Anthony Watts posted an article on wildfires penned by Paul Homewood. Lately alarmists have been blaming the active forest fire season on global warming. They warn that warmer temperatures will lead to more wildfires. Is it so? First it’s important to note that warmer temperatures don’t necessarily lead to more drought and […]

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Junk Journalism: NYT's Claim "More Torrential Rains" In Japan Takes A Bath, No Basis

Junk Journalism: NYT’s Claim “More Torrential Rains” In Japan Takes A Bath, No Basis

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Kyushu region of Japan has been getting lots of rain lately, which has led to flooding and 62 reported deaths because local officials failed to properly heed warnings to evacuate. The New York Times, however, blames it all on the “collision” of “demographic change and global warming” instead of incompetence by local authorities. […]

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Climate Alarmist, PhD Physicist David Appell Fails Freshman Physics... Misunderstands Climate-Critical Evaporation

Climate Alarmist, PhD Physicist David Appell Fails Freshman Physics… Misunderstands Climate-Critical Evaporation

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA comment by PhD physicist David Appell, a contributing writer to Scientific American and Nature,  shows he does not understand the fundamental climate-driving mechanism of water evaporation in a recent comment.  Amazon rain forest still exists despite very warm, year-round temperatures. Image cropped: NASA Many readers are familiar with climate alarm dogmatist David Appell. […]

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Alarmist Claims Of Increasing European Drought Are A Myth, New Scientific Findings Show

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Share this…FacebookTwitter The myth of increasing European drought By Frank Bosse (Translated, edited by P Gosselin) It sounds so simple: it is undoubtedly getting warmer in Central Europe, and this is leading to increasing droughts. If you take the last two summers, this seems to be confirmed. And just like that it was exploited by […]

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Hype Exposed: Central Europe GETTING WETTER (Not Drier) Since Industrialization Began

Hype Exposed: Central Europe GETTING WETTER (Not Drier) Since Industrialization Began

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCentral Europe has been getting WETTER over the long term, and not drier like much media like to suggest. Dry years are nothing new.  Lately in Central Europe we’ve been hearing a lot about drought becoming the new normal – all because of man-made global warming, of course. Lots of hype made from 2 […]

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Are Droughts The Future Of Central Europe? German Data Show There's Been No Trend

Are Droughts The Future Of Central Europe? German Data Show There’s Been No Trend

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kirye and Pierre Gosselin The summer of 2017 in Europe was a wet one, yet everyone seems to have forgotten that. Then came two hot and dry summers across Europe (2018 and 2019) and already climate alarmists began to call it the new normal. Hot dry summers with intense drought were in store […]

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"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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