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Media Claims Of Persistent Summer Droughts Take A Bath, German Summer Precipitation Trend Steady Since 1950

By Frank Bosse (Die kalte Sonne) Over the past few summers, the media have been repeatedly tried t sell us an “increasing summer rainfall deficit” as an effect of climate change. What about precipitation at the end of summer 2021? Chart: Summer precipitation. Data source German DWD national weather service. Image by Frank Bosse Since […]

Wet July 2021 Silences Drought-Obsessed Media…Germany July Precipitation Sees No Trend Change Since 1950

From Die kalte Sonne The German Weather Service (DWD) published its weather summary for July 2021: July 2021 was significantly too wet, slightly too warm and lacked sunshine. […] In July, an average of about 110 liters per square meter (l/m²) fell nationwide and thus almost 40 percent more precipitation than the average of the […]

As Globe Cools, Snow And Cold Return. German Post Electric Delivery Vehicles And Mail Go Up In Flames

As Globe Cools, Snow And Cold Return. German Post Electric Delivery Vehicles And Mail Go Up In Flames

Not long ago, Dr. Roy Spencer posted the latest satellite Lower Troposphere Temperature as measured by satellite. Over the most recent years we have seen global temperatures drop. And we also see signs cooling is putting the brakes on global ice melt and temperature rises, which, by the way, many scientists have linked to natural […]

Germany's DWD: May 2021 Among Coldest In 140 Years... Spring 2021 "Clearly Too Cool"

Germany’s DWD: May 2021 Among Coldest In 140 Years… Spring 2021 “Clearly Too Cool”

May, 2021, in Germany comes in as one of the coldest in years. Also spring, 2021, comes in cooler than normal. Spring in Germany hasn’t warmed at all over the past 30 years The preliminary results for the meteorological spring (March-May) and the month of May have come in for Germany. Germany’s May 2021 temperature […]

So Far Germany Seeing Coldest April In 104 Years, Second Coldest Since 1881, Snowiest Since 1986

So Far Germany Seeing Coldest April In 104 Years, Second Coldest Since 1881, Snowiest Since 1986

It’s been a really frosty April this year across Central Europe. Germany so far has seen it’s second coldest April since records began in 1881. Hat-tip: Snowfan Coldest since 1917 April across much of Europe has been unusually cold, frosty and even snowy, and the media have been awfully quiet about it. The following chart […]

Cooling Winters...January Mean Temperatures Have Been Mysteriously Falling At A Number Of Locations

Cooling Winters…January Mean Temperatures Have Been Mysteriously Falling At A Number Of Locations

By Kirye (photo, right) and Pierre Why has January, the dead of winter, been cooling at so many locations over the recent decades? End of warming? Looking at the data for mean January temperature for a number of places shows something we would not expect in a warming world: the mid winter month has been […]

German TV Propaganda: Now Forecast Charts For Regular Summer Weather Made To Look Like Images Of Hell

German TV Propaganda: Now Forecast Charts For Regular Summer Weather Made To Look Like Images Of Hell

CORRECTION: The chart below is misleading. The ARD has not changed its color scheme. The chart for 2009 shows the 3-day forecast, whose color coding according to ARD in fact has not changed.  The 2019 is the forecast chart for the day, and this 1-day chart uses a different color code for temperature. It too […]

Fizzling FFF! ARD Trends: Only 27% Of Germans Regard Climate Protection As A Political Priority

Fizzling FFF! ARD Trends: Only 27% Of Germans Regard Climate Protection As A Political Priority

At his German news commentary site, Gabor Steingart reports on the results of the latest ARD German public broadcasting trend analyses. Here it’s clear that German citizens are speaking loud and clear on the topic of climate protection: not so fast! Rush to Green Deal without support Lately the media and politicians have been pushing […]

German 2019 Weather-Related Insured Damage BELOW AVERAGE For 6th Consecutive Year!

Hat-tip: Die kalte Sonne In 2019, weather-related events in Germany caused insured damage to houses, household contents, commerce, industry and motor vehicles amounting to 3.2 billion euros. This is the result of preliminary figures published in a press release by the German Insurance Association (GDV). The level is thus at the previous year’s level and […]

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

New 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 are […]

Renowned German Geologist Shocks Audience: "Climate Change Totally Exaggerated"..."Warming Least Of Our Problems"

Renowned German Geologist Shocks Audience: “Climate Change Totally Exaggerated”…”Warming Least Of Our Problems”

It’s unusual to see rationality over climate change in the German media, but sometimes it manages to get through. In April this year I missed an important podcast interview with one of the world’s most prominent Sahara Desert researchers, geologist Dr. Stefan Kröpelin, by the Düsseldorf-based German daily, Rheinische Post. Image: University of Cologne The two […]

New Studies: Cold-Temperature Deaths Rising And 10-20 Times More Common Than Heat-Related Deaths

New Studies: Cold-Temperature Deaths Rising And 10-20 Times More Common Than Heat-Related Deaths

Since the 1980s, deaths attributable to excessive heat have declined, whereas deaths attributable to cold weather have not. Image Source: The Guardian Rising energy poverty with wind and solar energy penetration Heating a home in the United Kingdom became 63% more expensive in the last decade, and electricity prices have risen by 80% in Germany […]

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