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By P Gosselin on 10. May 2016
Some have been trying to whitewash history by claiming that fears of global cooling didn’t really exist back in the 1970s. Well, guest author Kenneth Richard shows that that was hardly the case at all. Fears of cooling were very real. ======================================== Scientists devised schemes to warm the climate in the 1960s-70s By Kenneth Richard […]
Tremendous Cooling Of Northern Hemisphere Sea Surface Temperatures …Sharp Spell Of Global Cooling Ahead?
By P Gosselin on 30. December 2015
Over the past months we’ve witnessed a powerful El Niño, a Pacific oceanic phase that brings warm sea surface temperatures along the equatorial Pacific. This El Niño has made 2015 global temperatures among the highest on the satellite record. But not only has the equatorial surface Pacific been warm, so has a vast part of […]
Now It’s Global Cooling! German Weekly Warns Scientists See “Mini Ice Age Coming In Just A Few Years”
By P Gosselin on 29. December 2015
The recent focus on (and hysteria over) the warm Christmas weather we saw over the North American east coast and Europe apparently is already fading and giving way to far more serious concerns – like the snow bowl blizzard of normally sunny El Paso, for example. Naturally it’s just silly to use one weather event […]
Study: German Scientists Conclude 20th Century Warming “Nothing Unusual” …Foresee “Global Cooling Until 2080”!
By P Gosselin on 21. August 2015
The Die kalte Sonne site here features a worrisome essay by German climate scientists Horst-Joachim Lüdecke, Dr. Alexander Hempelmann and Carl Otto Weiss. They carefully examined climate changes of the past and have found that the recent changes (of the last 40 years are nothing out of the ordinary and that we need to worry about […]
By P Gosselin on 19. July 2015
So, where’s the warming? Robin Pittwood at the New Zealand Kiwi Thinker here has posted an update on the climate bet for charity that NoTricksZone and its readers entered with a gaggle of global warming cultists, among them Dana Nuccitelli and Rob Honeycutt. So far we are 4.5 years into the current decade and Robin […]
Forget Global Cooling Predictions…It’s Already Happening! Global Temperature Falling More Than A Decade!
By P Gosselin on 30. June 2014
Climate scientists on both sides of the debate agree on one thing: the earth’s surface and atmosphere have (unexpectedly) stopped warming; there’s been no temperature increase in over 17 years and counting. While global warming scientists insist the pause is only temporary and that warming will resume in earnest sometime in the future (once the missing heat […]
By P Gosselin on 7. February 2014
Dr. Sebastian Lüning’s and Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt’s Die kalte Sonne site brings us the latest solar report. ===================================== The Sun in January 2014 and News of the Sun’s Polar Field By Frank Bosse (Translated, edited by P Gosselin) Over the last month solar cycle 24 (SC24) has seen some rather brisk activity. The sunspot number […]
It’s Back Again To The Global Cooling Headlines Of The 1970s … Climate Science Now Clearly In Total Confusion, Chaos!
By P Gosselin on 28. October 2013
In the 1940s and 50s, amid the Arctic meltdown, climate scientists back then warned of an ice-free Arctic and a warming planet. USS Skate at an ice-free North Pole in the 1950s. Public domain photo. Then in the 1970s the sea ice at the Arctic recovered and the globe again struggled with bitterly cold and long […]
No Warming Left To Deny…Global Cooling Takes Over…CET Annual Mean Temperature Plunges 1°C Since 2000
By P Gosselin on 12. September 2013
Lately we’ve been seeing and hearing lots media reports of cooling and cold weather extremes. Global temperature data, such as HadCrut 4, show warming has disappeared altogether. Global temperatures have fallen over the last 8 years. Source: www.woodfortrees.org/. Looking at the data for the last decade or so, one thing stands clear: Global temperatures have […]
By P Gosselin on 9. January 2013
A Look At Global Mean Temperatures in 2013: Cooling Ahead! By Fritz Vahrenholt, Frank Bosse (Translated with permission by P Gosselin) “Global Warming Is Taking A Break“ – that was the title of an article at the online Hamburger Abendblatt on 4 January 2013. And that’s hard to miss when you look at the latest global […]
By P Gosselin on 14. December 2011
By Matti Vooro A quite recent headline in our news warned that “Regions must brace for weather extremes: UN climate panel”. Apparently this will be the after-effect of global warming caused by man-made greenhouse gases. We can expect more frequent extreme events such as the drought in Texas and the Thailand floods because of global […]
By P Gosselin on 27. May 2011
By Matt Vooro The current year 2011 is a good example of what happens when global temperatures drop and we have cold and snowy winters that stretch well into spring. The current La Nina and the cold PDO brought colder temperatures and extra amount of snow during the past winter to many parts of North America, which means […]