Paleo-climatology

19 Papers Published In 2019 Affirm Sea Levels Were METERS Higher Than Today 4-8 Thousand Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe onslaught of paleoclimate evidence for warmer-than-now Mid-Holocene climates – when the Earth’s sea levels were meters higher than they are today –  stormed through 2019. There were 107 scientific papers published this past year indicating today’s warmth isn’t even close to being unusual or unprecedented when compared to the climates of the last […]

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350 Papers Published Since 2017 Subvert The Claim That Post-1850s Warming Has Been Unusual, Global

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn the last 35 months, 350 peer-reviewed scientific papers have been published containing documented evidence that undermines the popularized conception of a slowly-cooling Earth followed by a dramatic hockey-stick-shaped recent uptick, or an especially unusual global-scale warming during modern times. During 2017 and 2018, there were over 250 papers published in scientific journals documenting the […]

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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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Warmth-Demanding Species Present In The Early Holocene Arctic Verify It Was 7°C Warmer Then

Warmth-Demanding Species Present In The Early Holocene Arctic Verify It Was 7°C Warmer Then

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists find three Arctic (Svalbard) lakes were all ~7°C warmer than they are now about 10,000 years ago – when CO2 concentrations were only 260 ppm. According to a just-published Geophysical Research Letters paper (van der Bilt et al., 2019), not only were surface temperatures 7°C warmer than today in High Arctic Svalbard due […]

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“Not Worthy Of Any Consensus” …4 Renowned Scientists Expose Major IPCC Shortcomings: “Models Clearly Erroneous”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Munich Climate Conference 2019 By Dr. Andreas Mueller (Summarized by P. Gosselin) Last weekend the climate conference by the Germany-based European Institute for Climate and Energy EIKE took place in Munich, despite threats by leftist radicals. More than a dozen leading international climate experts presented views that severely challenge mainstream alarmist climate science. […]

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Cartology Affirms Relative Sea Levels Were Similar To Or HIGHER Than Now During The Little Ice Age

Cartology Affirms Relative Sea Levels Were Similar To Or HIGHER Than Now During The Little Ice Age

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSurprisingly accurate nautical maps created the 17th to 19th centuries strongly suggest coastal land area in both hemispheres were quite similar to today’s. There is even evidence relative sea levels were higher than now back then. Image Source: Etsy.com Globally, coasts have grown since the 1980s Between 1985 and 2015, satellite observations indicate the […]

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New Study: 6500 Years Ago The Western Barents Sea Was Ice-Free And 10°C Warmer Than 2015

New Study: 6500 Years Ago The Western Barents Sea Was Ice-Free And 10°C Warmer Than 2015

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Arctic’s western Barents Sea (Storfjordrenna) surface temperatures now range between 2-4°C. Sea ice persists in the region for 10 months of the year. A new study finds this same region was sea ice-free, 10°C warmer than today (13°C), and SSTs rapidly rose and fell by degrees C per century during the mid-Holocene. The […]

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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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German Scientists: IPCC Climate Models “Out Of Control”…”Exclusion Of Critics A Historic Mistake”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNew IPCC report under doubt: models out-of-control and a new hockey stick By Die kalte Sonne [German text translated/edited by P Gosselin] IPCC authors “politically handpicked” The IPCC climate status report serves as an important reference for climate policy and public discussion. However, very few people are aware that the authors of the report […]

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During The Last Ice Age (190 ppm CO2), Horses Grazed In A Forested, Warmer-Than-Today Arctic Alaska

During The Last Ice Age (190 ppm CO2), Horses Grazed In A Forested, Warmer-Than-Today Arctic Alaska

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn a new study, scientists report that about  17,000 to 20,000 years ago, when CO2 levels hovered near 190 ppm, “summer temperatures were higher here [North Slope, Alaska] than they are today” (Kuzmina et al., 2019). Image Source: Guthrie and Stoker, 1990 and The New York Times In the modern climate, North Slope, Alaska […]

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Protesting Warmth? Greta's Home, Sweden, Is 3°C COLDER Today Than Nearly All Of The Last 9000 Years

Protesting Warmth? Greta’s Home, Sweden, Is 3°C COLDER Today Than Nearly All Of The Last 9000 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGreta Thunberg lives in Sweden. According to peer-reviewed science, Sweden was at least 3°C warmer than it is today about 6000 to 9000 years ago, when CO2 concentrations lingered around 265 ppm. At 410 ppm CO2, 21st century Sweden is colder now than almost any time in the last 9000 years. Image Source: Grudd, […]

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CO2 Control Knob? A 15-22°C Warmer Arctic With Sea Levels 25 m Higher When CO2 Ranged From 300-400 ppm

CO2 Control Knob? A 15-22°C Warmer Arctic With Sea Levels 25 m Higher When CO2 Ranged From 300-400 ppm

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCO2 concentrations have risen from 310 ppm to 410 ppm since the 1930s. However, there has been no net change in Arctic or Greenland temperatures during these last 90 years. During the Pliocene, CO2 also ranged between about 300-400 ppm, but the Arctic was 15-22°C warmer and sea levels 25 meters higher than today. […]

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