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New Ice Age

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As seen on Twitter w/e 27 Jan 2017

New paper pegs CO2 doubling sensitivity at 0.6C, in line with actual temp increase which may be from other factors. https://t.co/5R8J862WNp In other words it doesn’t matter, time to move along and do something useful. — Patrick Moore (@EcoSenseNow) January 19, 2018 _______________________________________________________ The climate fraudsters at @NOAA turn very cold regions to warm, and areas … Continue reading

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As seen on Twitter w/e 20 Jan 2017

It has been nine years since the @metoffice announced the end of skiing in Scotland, which is currently experiencing whiteout conditions. @Telegraph https://t.co/C5LchYZvGd pic.twitter.com/dQ9Jr9KWvD – Steve Goddard (@SteveSGoddard) January 15, 2018 _______________________________________________________ Climate Change: The Most Massive Scientific Fraud In Human History https://t.co/pYnNDEz2ak via @ccdeditor —  PublicHouse (@PubWorksTV) December 14, 2017 _______________________________________________________ Science, optimism, and the … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 1 December 2015

1: Global Warming for Dummies; 2: Dunce’s Cap For BBC’s Matt McGrath!; 3: Obama Apologizing To The World For US On Climate Is Ridiculous; 4: Polar bear habitat update – day 333 Arctic sea ice hits 11.1 mkm2; 5: Cost of Wind Power Outstrips Coal, Gas, Hydro & Nukes by a Country Mile; 6: How … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 13 July 2015

1: Brian Cox’s Weird Science; 2: Shredding Birds and Mincing Logic; 3: A Return to the Question “Was 2014 the warmest year?”; 4: The June Deluge Of 1903; 5: Ethanol And Biodiesel: Guilty As Charged ; 6: Elon Musk is wrong about the land requirements of solar and nuclear, and by a long way; 7: … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 26 June 2014

I’m off to France for a short (working) break tonight, but back in the saddle in early July. Please remember to read the comments below the following articles, as the information (and the links) contained in them often put the main article into context. _____________________________________________ Scientists Respond to the Obama Administration’s National Climate Assessment The … Continue reading

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