Natural Variability

New Study: Region's Climate Aligns With Solar Forcing - Today's 'Natural' Warm Period Will Last 'Some More Decades'

New Study: Region’s Climate Aligns With Solar Forcing – Today’s ‘Natural’ Warm Period Will Last ‘Some More Decades’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn a new climate reconstruction for the Tibetan Plateau (Liang et al., 2020), scientists report a) the highest Holocene temperatures occurred about 8,500 to 6,000 years ago; b) “century-scale climate fluctuations” correlate “statistically and visually” with solar forcing estimates; and c) “we are in the middle of the 500-yr-long relatively warm period” and “this […]

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New Study: Sea Level Rise Along The North American Coast 'Not Necessarily Symptomatic Of Anthropogenic Forcing'

New Study: Sea Level Rise Along The North American Coast ‘Not Necessarily Symptomatic Of Anthropogenic Forcing’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists suggest relative sea level changes are well-correlated with natural variability and accelerated sea level rise is a “recurring feature” of what has been observed for over 300 years. Five of six studied regions along the North American Atlantic coast show declining sea level rates (mm/yr) in recent decades. After retreating into the sea […]

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5 New Studies:  High Mountain Asia Glaciers Are Advancing, Surging...And This Is A 'Natural Phenomenon'

5 New Studies: High Mountain Asia Glaciers Are Advancing, Surging…And This Is A ‘Natural Phenomenon’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGlacier surges of 100s of meters within mere months have been occurring throughout High Mountain Asia (the Karakoram region, especially) for decades, even centuries. It’s the Karakoram “anomaly”, and it’s thought to be “natural”. So why are the regions where glaciers are retreating thought to be responding to unnatural climate changes? The advancing glaciers […]

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New Study: Sea Level Changes Since 1993 Are 'Dominated' And 'Heavily Influenced' By Internal Variability

New Study: Sea Level Changes Since 1993 Are ‘Dominated’ And ‘Heavily Influenced’ By Internal Variability

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFrom 1993 to 2018, the satellite altimetry sea level changes reveal both positive and negative accelerations, align with oscillatory patterns, and are dominated by internal variability (e.g., PDO, ENSO). The “forced acceleration pattern” assumed to be associated with anthropogenic global warming “has not emerged”. Image Source: Hamlington et al., 2020 Negative or negligible sea […]

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Europe’s Warm Winter Due To Natural Factors, Says Norwegian Center for Climate Research CICERO

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Die kalte Sonne The past winter in central and northern Europe was quite warm. Why is that? The Norwegian Centre for Climate Research CICERO explains it in an article from 6 January 2020: Unseasonal temperatures for Norway The unusual warm temperatures this winter and forecasts indicating milder winter conditions for January, February and […]

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Over 440 Scientific Papers Published In 2019 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn 2019,  more than 440 scientific papers were 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 mainstream media sources. Image Source: Collins et al., […]

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Despite 1990s Warming, Japan Climate Has Become More Agreeable, Less Extreme Over Past 100 Years!

Despite 1990s Warming, Japan Climate Has Become More Agreeable, Less Extreme Over Past 100 Years!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThough the media like to tell their audience that man-made climate change is leading to more extreme weather, the data don’t support it. In fact, one could easily argue that Japan’s climate is more agreeable today. By Kirye in Tokyo and Pierre Gosselin No trend in long-term annual precipitation Over the past 100 years, […]

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Study: No Discernible Link From CO2 Forcing To Climate For 97% Of The Last 425 Million Years

Study: No Discernible Link From CO2 Forcing To Climate For 97% Of The Last 425 Million Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFor CO2 to be considered a driver of Earth’s temperatures, changes in CO2 that uni-directionally correlate with temperatures should not be an exceptional occurrence. Yet a causal link from CO2 radiative forcing to temperature changes could hypothetically be inferred for just 2.6% of the last 425 million years. A detailed analysis (Davis, 2017) of […]

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4 New Papers, One Alarm-Dispelling Conclusion: Future Sea Level Rise May NOT Threaten Islands After All

4 New Papers, One Alarm-Dispelling Conclusion: Future Sea Level Rise May NOT Threaten Islands After All

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAs reported in 4 separately-published papers, scientists have discovered a mechanism whereby islands can build themselves up naturally, thwarting the threat of sea level rise.  Tuck et al. (2019) affirm the “implications of island building are profound, as it will offset existing scenarios of dramatic increases in island flooding.” Earlier this year, Duvat (2019) […]

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Africa's Shortterm Freshwater Trends Largely Driven By Natural Variability

Africa’s Shortterm Freshwater Trends Largely Driven By Natural Variability

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA recent study finds that Africa’s freshwater storages are driven by natural variability. Image: ScienceDirect Hat-tip: Mary Brown The authors examined GRACE satellite data and also found that Central Africa’s water storages are partially controlled by deforestation, and in northern Africa are controlled by groundwater extraction. What follows is the paper’s abstract, which does […]

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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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