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Man’s Small Role…New Scientific Findings Show Pacific Tropical Storm Activity Linked To Solar And Oceanic Cycles

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTropical storms in the Pacific are strongly influenced by solar activity fluctuations and ocean cycles By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) Tropical storms have plagued humans since the start. Today we will shed some light on the activity pattern of the Pacific region. Toomey et al. 2016 […]

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Europe Facing Coldest March In Years, Global Surface Temperatures Cool..."Bad Times" For Warming Alarmists

Europe Facing Coldest March In Years, Global Surface Temperatures Cool…”Bad Times” For Warming Alarmists

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Share this…FacebookTwitterHere at NTZ we are glad to see that German weather and climate blogger Schneefan is back from his hiatus and this week he presents a couple of interesting posts, here and here. Cold to grip Europe for rest of month First he writes that the latest weather models and patterns are now pointing to an extended […]

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More Research Points To “Temperature Decline In The Coming Decades And Centuries”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGeologist Dr. Norman Page left a comment which I’ve decided to upgrade to a post. In it he writes solar and La Nina observations fit well with his recent paper showing that climate is controlled by natural orbital and solar activity cycles. Dr. Page is among a growing number of scientists who share the general […]

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Solar Activity Plays Key Role In North American Blizzard Frequency, Study Finds

Solar Activity Plays Key Role In North American Blizzard Frequency, Study Finds

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Share this…FacebookTwitterYet another study has been published showing that regional climate cycles are related to solar activity. The most recent suggest that blizzards in North America are related to solar activity cycles. Blizzard in Kansas. Photo: NOAA – public domain. ========================================== More Blizzards in North America During Solar Weak Phases By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and […]

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Solar Cycle Continues To Be The Weakest In 2 Centuries

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe sun in July 2017 By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) Our source of energy and life at the center of our solar system was significantly below normal with respect to activity last month. The measured sunspot number (SSN) was 18.3. That was only 36% of what is typical (51) […]

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Surprise: 2 Recent Papers Show Sea Level Variability Have Little To Do With CO2

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSun rules sea level: Scientists discover unexpected relationship By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated by P Gosselin) A group of researchers led by Adrian Martinez-Asensio have found an 11-year Schwabe solar cycle in the European sea level. The authors published their findings 19 November 2016 in the Geophysical Research […]

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Lowest Solar Activity In 200 Years Accompanied By High Northern Hemispheric Snow And Ice

Lowest Solar Activity In 200 Years Accompanied By High Northern Hemispheric Snow And Ice

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFrank Bosse and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt present their monthly solar activity report at their Die kalte Sonne site. In May the sun was very quiet as sunspot number was a mere 18.8, which is only 36% of what is typical for the month this far into the cycle. Seven days saw no sunspot activity at all. […]

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New Papers Show Solar Activity Impacts ENSO, Refuting Claims Sun Has Little Impact On Climate

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSolar activity impacts Pacific weather By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) In a joint US-German study, seven scientists recently tried to discredit the sun’s impact on climate. On April 19, 2017, Guoyong Wen and colleagues published a modeling study in the Journal of Space Weather and […]

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20 More New Papers Link Climate, Weather, Clouds, ENSO, NAO, Sea Levels, Crop Yields...To Solar Activity

20 More New Papers Link Climate, Weather, Clouds, ENSO, NAO, Sea Levels, Crop Yields…To Solar Activity

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAlready 58 New 2017 Papers Link Solar Activity To Climate Changes Earlier this month, the first installment in the accumulating list of hundreds of new peer-reviewed scientific papers supporting a skeptical position on climate change alarm was made available. Included on the list were 38 papers linking climate changes to solar forcing: 38 Sun-Climate Scientific […]

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A Swelling Volume Of Scientific Papers Now Forecasting Global Cooling In The Coming Decades

A Swelling Volume Of Scientific Papers Now Forecasting Global Cooling In The Coming Decades

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Share this…FacebookTwitterModern Solar Grand Maximum Ends ‘Little Ice Age’ Cooling On The Way During the 20th and early 21st centuries, Earth’s inhabitants have enjoyed an epoch of very high solar activity that is rare or unique in the context of the last several thousand years.  The higher solar activity and warmer temperatures have allowed the […]

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Fascinating New Studies Confirm Solar Activity Plays Important Role On Driving Climate

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOnce again what follows is more inconvenient evidence showing that the sun is the main driver, and not singled out trace gas CO2. ==================================== The sun drives climate: Spain and Portugal By Dr. Sebastian Lüning and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated/edited by P Gosselin) Does the sun influence climate? In today’s post we […]

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Cloud-Forming Cosmic Rays Above Average More Than One Year As Sun Begins Slumber

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Share this…FacebookTwitterTranslated/edited from wobleibtdieerderwaermung.de. A huge hole in the magnetically hot corona of the sun in the coming weeks will lead to a powerful solar wind and initiate hefty polar lights in the earth’s magnetic field. This will be a brief pause in the solar activity slumber that has taken hold over the past year […]

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