Paleo-climatology

New Study: Alpine Glaciers Were Smaller Than Today For 7,400 Of The Last 10,000 Years

New Study: Alpine Glaciers Were Smaller Than Today For 7,400 Of The Last 10,000 Years

Share this…FacebookTwitterSwiss Alps glacier extents were smaller than 2000 C.E. during  the warmer-than-today Roman and Medieval Warm Periods and throughout 75% of the Holocene, or when temperatures were 1-3°C warmer. Schimmelpfennig et al., 2022 “…the glacier was smaller than its 2000 CE extent for a total of ∼7.4 kyr during the Holocene.” Image Source: Schimmelpfennig et al., 2022 […]

One New Coral Reef Study Wipes Out Four Climate Alarm Narratives In One Fell Swoop

One New Coral Reef Study Wipes Out Four Climate Alarm Narratives In One Fell Swoop

Share this…FacebookTwitterCorals thrive in multiple-degrees-warmer-than-today waters and their growth is stunted in cooler environments. The warnings peddled by climate alarmists often characterize Earth’s 500 billion corals as critically endangered by modern global warming. But the science itself says corals have been and continue thriving in the Current Warm Period – just as they have in […]

New Study: In Northern Poland The Medieval Warm Period Was 3°C Warmer Than Today

New Study: In Northern Poland The Medieval Warm Period Was 3°C Warmer Than Today

Share this…FacebookTwitterA new analysis has Poland’s July temperatures hitting 20.6°C in Medieval times, whereas they’re only 17.4°C today. The temperature record for this region also shows today’s temperatures are not much different than they were during the Little Ice Age. Another chart contained in the study (Pleskot et al., 2022) shows North America’s and Europe’s […]

Hundreds More Papers Published In 2021 Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarm

Share this…FacebookTwitterIn 2021, several hundred more 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. These scientific papers affirm the […]

The IPCC CO2 Climate Narrative: A "Behemoth On Clay Feet" ...Ready To Collapse

The IPCC CO2 Climate Narrative: A “Behemoth On Clay Feet” …Ready To Collapse

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe earth’s history provides the solid proof that acquits CO2. The IPCC’s claim of CO2 being the dominant climate factor is a behemoth on clay feet.  By Fred F. Mueller Have you ever had an uneasy feeling when watching the aggressive, intolerant stance of the apologists of “man-made climate catastrophe” against all critics? The […]

105 More Non-Global Warming/Non-Hockey Stick Temperature Records Added To The Database In 2021

Share this…FacebookTwitterSince 2019,there have been over 350 peer-reviewed scientific papers published showing no warming in the modern era and/or much warmer temperatures than today when CO2 levels ranged from 180 to 280 ppm (Holocene, Pleistocene). Below is the link to the updated (now including 2021) database of non-hockey temperature records from locations across the world. […]

Even Evidence From Poems Suggests 1st Millennium China Had Decades 1-2°C Warmer Than Today

Even Evidence From Poems Suggests 1st Millennium China Had Decades 1-2°C Warmer Than Today

Share this…FacebookTwitterHumans have been recording flowering/bloom dates in China for over 1,000 years. These records affirm modern warmth in China is neither unprecedented nor unusual. Per temperature reconstructions gleaned from phenological records in poems, Central China had multiple 1-2°C warmer decades than 1961-1990 during the 1st millennium (Liu et al., 2021). Image Source: Liu et […]

New Study: There Was Less Arctic Sea Ice In The 1700s-1800s Than From 2002-2006

New Study: There Was Less Arctic Sea Ice In The 1700s-1800s Than From 2002-2006

Share this…FacebookTwitterPaleoclimate data indicate there was less Arctic sea ice during the pre-industrial period than in modern times, or when CO2 concentrations were 100 ppm lower than today (280 vs. 380 ppm). Scientists (Diamond et al., 2021) assert that during the 18th and 19th centuries Arctic sea ice extent minimum (September) values averaged 5.54 million […]

17 More Studies Show No Unusual Warming Trend In Recent Centuries...And A Warmer Holocene

17 More Studies Show No Unusual Warming Trend In Recent Centuries…And A Warmer Holocene

Share this…FacebookTwitterThe evidence continues to accumulate affirming there is nothing unusual about modern temperature changes – including recent net cooling – throughout large regions of the globe. Cruz et al., 2021 (Argentina) Argentina’s (Tixi Cave) present annual temperature is 13.8°C. It was 3.5°C (17.3°C), 1.7°C (15.5°C), 3°C (16.8°C), and 4.5°C (18.3°C) warmer than today 3496, […]

GBR, Indian Ocean, South China Sea Corals Have Experienced No Obvious Modern Warming

GBR, Indian Ocean, South China Sea Corals Have Experienced No Obvious Modern Warming

Share this…FacebookTwitterNew temperature reconstructions using coral skeletons as proxies reveal there has been no apparent net warming in the Great Barrier Reef, central Indian Ocean, and South China Sea since the 19th century – or even in recent decades. Coral skeletons can be used as proxies to reconstruct 1870s-present sea surface temperatures “throughout the Great […]

4 More New Reconstructions Affirm The Medieval Warm Period Was 'Warmer Than Today'

4 More New Reconstructions Affirm The Medieval Warm Period Was ‘Warmer Than Today’

Share this…FacebookTwitterFrom Russia to the Indian Ocean to Antarctica, surface temperatures were much warmer than  they are today during Medieval times. 1. The Eastern Russia region was 1.5°C warmer than now during the Medieval Warm Period. The modern warm-up began centuries ago and temperatures have declined in the last few centuries. Relative sea levels were […]

Antarctic Temperatures Were 'Up To 5°C Above Modern' From 12,000–2,000 Years BP

Antarctic Temperatures Were ‘Up To 5°C Above Modern’ From 12,000–2,000 Years BP

Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study indicates that from 4,000 years ago until as recently as 1,500 years ago, or when CO2 levels ranged between 255 and 270 ppm, lake levels in Antarctica were as high as 60 meters above today’s levels. This coincided with “warmer-than-modern paleoclimate throughout the Holocene.”  During the last 2,000 years, Antarctica’s temperatures […]

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