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Deeply Cold North Atlantic, Weak Sun Could Lead To “Big Freeze” 2016/17 Winter …Like 1962/63!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman skeptic site wobleibtdieerderwaermung.de writes here on the upcoming Europe fall/winter and the unfavorable solar situation. What follows are some excerpts. ==================================== Cold North Atlantic – weak sun: Icy 100-year winter 2016/17 like 1962/63? In the first months of 2016, the North Atlantic has been significantly colder that the comparable El Niño year of 1998, […]

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Solar Cycle 24 Continues To Be Weakest In Close To 200 Years, Climate Models Overstate CO2

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe sun in July 2016, and the AMO By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) Our sole relevant source of energy at the center of our solar system was quieter than normal in July for our current solar cycle (SC) 24. The entire cycle so far has only been 56% as […]

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Solar Cycle 24 Turns Unusual… Solar Polar Field Difference At Highest Level Since 1976

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe sun in May and June 2016 By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) Our sun in May was normally active for the cycle. The mean sunspot number (SSN) was 52.1, which was 2/3 of the mean value for month number 90 into the cycle. The mean is calculated from the […]

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U-Turn! Scientists At The PIK Potsdam Institute Now Warning Of A “Mini Ice Age”!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe daily Berliner Kurier here writes today that solar physicists at the ultra-warmist Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) are warning that Europe may be facing “a mini ice age” due to a possible protracted solar minimum. Solar activity has been much lower than predicted earlier. Credit: D. Hathaway/NASA/MSFC The Berliner Kurier writes: That’s the […]

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Global Satellite Temperature Plummets As Surface Cooling Makes Way Into Lower Troposphere

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman meteorological site wobleibtdieerderwaermung.de here presents the latest developments on surface temperatures. Today I’m focused on the part dealing with the rapidly declining global temperature (TLT). ===================================================== Cold June spell about to hit Europe – more heavy summer rains in 2016 will lead to more flooding. By Schneefan (Translated, edited by P Gosselin) The […]

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Low Solar Activity And Oncoming La Niña: “Only A Question Of Months Before Pause Resumes”?

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSnowfan at wobleibtdieerderwärmung.de features a spotless sun and quite possibly the start of cooling now that the planet is well past the peak of the recent El Niño event. What follows are some excerpts, with some editing to shorten the text to save a little time. ============================ The sun goes on strike: First spotless […]

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Though Media Refuse To Admit, CERN Results Vastly Strengthen Svensmark’s Cosmic Ray-Climate Theory

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Share this…FacebookTwitterLooking at the English-language media, one might be led to think that the latest CERN experimental results show that trees alone dominate cloud formation, by supplying the necessary cloud seeding medium. Little reference is made to cosmic rays acting as the cloud formation modulator, initiating the cloud seeding process, as hypothesized by Henrik Svensmark. […]

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Current Solar Cycle Now 3rd Weakest Ever Observed – Least Active Since Dalton Minimum 200 Years Ago!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Sun in April 2016 By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated, edited by P Gosselin) The sun in April also was quiet in what has been so far a relatively calm solar cycle (SC). The sunspot number (SSN) was 38.0, which is 50% of what is typically normal for month no. 89 into a […]

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Veteran Meteorologist Forecasts "Epic Cold Temperatures" Over 2025 - 2060, Slowing Sea level Rise

Veteran Meteorologist Forecasts “Epic Cold Temperatures” Over 2025 – 2060, Slowing Sea level Rise

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSea Level Prediction By David Dilley – Global Weather Oscillations As many are familiar, the warm peak of the interglacial cycle occurred about 7 thousand years ago, with progressively cooler 1,500 year warming cycles since then as the earth trends toward the next long-term glacial period. Figure 1: Temperature of the Holocene Period. Because […]

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Current Solar Cycle Continues To Be The Weakest In Almost 200 Years …Planet At The Mercy Of The Sun

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe following is the solar part of the latest post at Die kalte Sonne. =================================================== The Sun in March 2016 By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated, edited by P Gosselin) Our mother star was once again less active than normal in March. The observed solar sunspot number (SSN) was 54.9, which was about […]

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Record Low Solar Dynamo Asymmetry May Indicate Weak Upcoming Solar Cycle 25, New Solar Minimum

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Sun in February 2016 By Frank Bosse und Fritz Vahrenholt Translated/edited by P Gosselin In February 2016 the sun was well below normal in activity, just as was the case for the previous several months. The observed sunspot number (SSN) was 57.2. The mean of previous cycles 1 to 23 for this month […]

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New Findings Show Sun, Natural Factors Linked To Sudden Climate Change, Famine, And European Social Collapse

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA reader has brought my attention to more new papers. I haven’t found any mention of them at other sites like WUWT. Perhaps they aren’t able to get through the Gate of Willis. At any rate, just because I choose to bring them up, it doesn’t necessarily mean that I agree with them. I […]

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Journal Of Solar-Terrestial Physics Presents Findings: “Significant Relation” Between Sunspots And El Niño Southern Oscillation!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe more CO2-obsessed climate scientists deny the sun’s powerful role in driving climate, the more that other serious scientists are finding out that it is in fact truly The Dominant Player in climate. The Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestial Physics here has a recent paper where scientists have found a “significant relation” between sunspots and […]

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Solar Report January 2016 …Current Solar Cycle Quietest In Almost 200 Years As “Triple Whammy” Approaches!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Sun in January 2016! By Frank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) The largest mass of our solar system (99.8% of the total mass) was also rather quiet in January. The determined solar sunspot number (SSN) was 56.6, which is 71% of the mean this far into the period, calculated […]

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A New Era? Current Solar Cycle “Abruptly Ended” Most Active Solar Activity Phase Since Observations Began In 1755

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSolar activity in December by Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) The central star of our solar system was quite inactive last month. The measured solar sunspot number (SSN) was 57.7.  That is only 79% of what is the average for this time point into a solar cycle compared to the […]

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November 2015 Solar Report: Sunspot Activity Remains The Weakest Since Dalton Minimum Of Early 1800s

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Sun in November 2015 By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) In November our sun was once again below normal in activity. The 84th month since the current solar cycle started in December 2008 saw a solar sunspot number (SSN) of 63.2, which was 72% of what is the mean […]

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Current Solar Cycle Only 56% Of Normal…Modelers Scramble…Total Solar Irradiance (TSI) Projected To Fall To 1880 Levels!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman Professor Fritz Vahrenholt and Frank Bosse present the solar report for October 2015. The current cycle continues to be a weak one. ======================================= The Sun in October 2015 By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt [Translated/edited by P Gosselin] In October, 2015, our mother star was less active than in September. The solar sunspot […]

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Evidence Of Water On Mars Supports Svensmark’s Theory Of Cosmic Radiation As A Major Climate Factor

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClimate change on Mars – is it analogous to that on Earth? By Dr. Dietrich E. Koelle [Translated/edited by P Gosselin] Fig. 1: Structure of the Milky Way (Wikipedia, NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt) Drawing conclusions on the development of the Earth’s climate from climate change on Mars would be quite difficult because there is no concrete data […]

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Solar Analysis Shows That Coming 3 UK Winters Poised To Be Cold Ones - Strong Similarity To SC 12.

Solar Analysis Shows That Coming 3 UK Winters Poised To Be Cold Ones – Strong Similarity To SC 12.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSo far we’ve been seeing lots of signs of a cold coming winter: birds migrating from Siberia to Britain weeks early, unusual early-autumn snowfalls across Europe, various reports warning of the worst winter in decades etc. In August, weather analyst Gavin Partridge put up one of his weather videos here. In it he looks at […]

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Scientists: No Need For "Economic Kamikaze Program In Paris" ...2°C Warming Won't Be Reached Even With IPCC Numbers!

Scientists: No Need For “Economic Kamikaze Program In Paris” …2°C Warming Won’t Be Reached Even With IPCC Numbers!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterProf. Fritz Vahrenholt and Frank Bosse present a guest post, reviewed by Nicolas Lewis, explaining why the IPCC’s claimed climate forcing by CO2 is overly inflated and that the world does not have to be rushing madly to eliminate CO2 emissions. Note: The above title is my own, and not of the authors. -PG […]

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