Russian Climate Science

Kook Science and Predictions Spreading Beyond Climatology

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIt’s a slow climate news day here in Germany, and this story at chinadaily.com happened to catch my eye. Russian scientists expect to meet aliens by 2031 So there you are. Kook scientists (funded by the poor taxpayers) are also to be found in fields other than climate science. To be honest, I’d say the odds these […]

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2010 Russian Heat Wave Was Only 20% Caused by “Climate Change”, Says Academy Of Sciences

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNote there is no mention at all of “man-made” here.In the coming weeks Russian scientists plan to publish the results of their work on their investigation on the cause of the extremely hot 2010 Russian summer. This was reported yesterday in the German edition of Ria Novosti here. The study was conducted by the […]

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Projected Coldest Winter In 1000 Years May Be Caused By Global Warming?

Projected Coldest Winter In 1000 Years May Be Caused By Global Warming?

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThat’s what the reporter in the following clip seems to suggest. So it means the warmists will start claiming cold winters as proof of warming. A number of blogs are buzzing about the “coldest winter in a 1000 years” being reported here: RT Prime Time. Western Asia and Eastern Europe are expecting a cold […]

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Video: Putin Asks Each Scientist Point Blank: Is Climate Change Caused By Man? Answer: We Don’t Know!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRussian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin arrived Monday on Samoilovsky Island in the western Siberian Arctic to visit a joint Russian-German scientific expedition, Lena-2010. Lena 2010 is conducting studies on the Russian Arctic permafrost, which is 1.5 km thick at the Samoilovsky Island location and estimated to be 40,000 years old. The German page of Ria […]

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Lebedev Physics Institute: Solar Maximum May Be Postponed Again

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSOHO latest image: Last Friday the German edition RIA NOVOSTI Russian news agency reported that there were five clusters of sunspots on the sun, leading some scientists to believe that the sun’s unusual lull may be over for good. Scientists have been observing sunspots for hundreds of years. Many believe solar activity has a major […]

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Cara Menang Bermain Judi Dominoqq Terbaik Saat Ini

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBagi setiap penjudi, menang adalah salah satu tujuan pertama mereka ketika duduk di meja perjudian, dalam dunia perjudian sendiri banyak sekali ragam jenis permainan yang bisa anda coba, salah satu jenis perjudian yang paling populer dan cukup terkenal sampai saat ini adalah judi domino online. Permainan judi DominoQQ ini sudah cukup lama ada, pelopor […]

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Russian Scientists: Sun Is Waking Up! Solar Particles Reaching the Earth and Magnetic Storms Possible

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSolar cycle 24 took its time getting started, and when it did, it sputtered and faded. But that’s about to change, reports the German edition of the online Russian news service Ria Novosti here.Russian scientists say that the sun will soon come alive after having observed a total eclipse at Easter Island in the Pacific yesterday. […]

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More Junk Science Out Of NASA. Top Russian Scientist Says There’s "No Scientific Basis" For 2013 Solar Devastation Prediction

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Share this…FacebookTwitterYou’ll recall that WUWT reported here  a couple days ago on NASA’s warnings of “huge space storms” causing devastation in 2013 or so.  Well, one leading Russian scientist has something to say about it.The German edition of the online Russian RIA Novosti has a report today called: World Catastrophe in 2013? Russian Solar Scientist Is Sceptical. Astrophysicist Sergei Bogatchov told RIA Novosti yesterday: […]

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Russia Searching For Reliable Climate Data

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe German version of RIA Novosti reports that Russia hopes to gain more precise weather forecasts, new findings on global warming and improved exploration of new oil and gas reserves from its planned, new Arktika Satellite system. http://de.rian.ru/science/20100429/126119398.html The Arktika System, which is made up of 5 satellites,  is a whole new instrument that will […]

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Another Russian Scientist: Arctic Is Cooling

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Share this…FacebookTwitterYet another Russian scientist believes the Arctic is set for cooling and thus increasing sea ice, this reported in the German version of the Russian online news RIA NOVOSTI (see links below). Scientist Vladimir Sokolov says: The warming that occurred in the Arctic has swung back to cooling and sea ice that melted over […]

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Dr Pokrovsky Replies

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDr Oleg Pokrovsky has kindly taken the time to provide further information on his recent remarks, which have been widely quoted. We thank him for doing so. He writes as follows and includes a link to a ppt. presentation (see below): Dear Colleagues, Thank you for discussion of my conclusions presented at recent IPY conference […]

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Russian Scientist: 4% More Antarctic Sea Ice – Ozone Hole Cooling Antarctica

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe April 21, 2010 German edition of the Russian news website RIA Novosti has a piece with a possible explanantion as to why Antarctic sea ice is expanding while the rest of the globe is warming. http://de.rian.ru/science/20100421/126005955.html A Russian scientist believes it is due to the ozone hole over the South Pole. According to Alexander […]

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