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Daily Archives: March 9, 2020

The Milankovitch cycle controls Earth’s climate — Iowa Climate Science Education

Great video (and it’s short!) – “How Ice Ages Happen: The Milankovitch Cycles.” Shows how the Earth’s orbit and rotation, along with precession, drive our ever-changing climate change. Thanks to Josh for this video The post The Milankovitch cycle controls Earth’s climate appeared first on Ice Age Now. via Ice Age Now https://ift.tt/2SXWkRX February 25, […] […]

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Taxpayer Funded NGO Releases Yet Another Climate Doomsday Report — Iowa Climate Science Education

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to MSM you can trust the “THE CENTER FOR CLIMATE & SECURITY” because they are non partisan experts. Report warns climate change could become ‘catastrophic’ global, national security threat BY REBECCA KLAR – 02/24/20 09:16 AM EST National security and intelligence experts warn that climate change could become a […]

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Wind & Solar Power Chaos: Australia’s Renewable Energy Capital Spending Millions to Prevent Total Grid Collapse — Iowa Climate Science Education

Like Germany, South Australia was held up as the exemplar of what a transition to wind and sun powered future would look like. Like Germany, that so-called ‘transition’ has turned into a costly debacle. Already suffering the world’s highest retail power prices (right up there with those suffered in Germany), South Australians are now paying […] […]

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Hollywood’s Carbon Footprint — Iowa Climate Science Education

Guest “Hooray for Hollywood” by David Middleton A couple of days ago, CTM forwarded a reader suggestion to me. “Cassandra” wanted to know what the carbon footprint of the movie industry was, from movie production to the theater. With “all those annoyingly loud celebrities going on about the dangers of CO2,” it would be fun […] […]

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‘Consensus’ Science & Risk Aversion Threatens Scientific Stagnation — Iowa Climate Science Education

A new paper sheds light on how the U.S. science community discourages innovation. The relationship between scientific effort and scientific impact on four ideas with different potential. Ideas A and B are highly successful if properly developed, whereas ideas C and D do not amount to much, even if properly developed. Ideas that lead to […] […]

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Exchange Of Arctic Research Crew Gets Delayed As Supply Ice Breaker Blocked By Unexpected “Dense Sea Ice” — Iowa Climate Science Education

Lately we’ve been hearing reports of how Arctic sea ice has (unexpectedly) reached normal levels this winter. This is a bit of good news which the media avoid mentioning. But the resurgence of Arctic ice has hardly been good news for global warming alarmists, and especially for the 300 crew members of German high-tech research […] […]

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German Teenager Naomi Seibt To Challenge Greta Thunberg On Climate Hysteria — Iowa Climate Science Education

A 19-year-old German YouTuber is being dubbed the “anti-Greta.” A US think tank with ties to the Trump administration has tapped Naomi Seibt, 19, who touts “climate realism” over “climate alarmism,” to represent its views, according to the Washington Post. “Naomi Seibt vs. Greta Thunberg: whom should we trust?” the Illinois-based conservative and libertarian Heartland […]

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Could Global Cooling Silently Become A Reality? — Iowa Climate Science Education

. . Obsessing over trace gases and toying with computer models won’t provide the answer. PA Pundits – International By Ronald Stein ~ Trying to imply that cooling is right around the corner when we’re watching record-breaking warm ocean temperatures to me seems a big stretch, but current facts and the history around the five […] […]

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Hijacking the Winds of Change — Iowa Climate Science Education

Guest post by Jim Steele published in the Pacifica Tribune February 25, 2020 What’s Natural Low-tech weathervanes have provided farmers with sage weather advice. If winds were coming from the north, temperatures would be colder than normal; if from the south, temperatures would be warmer. Most fascinating, if winds descended down a mountain slope, they […] […]

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Another Ice Age is Coming — Iowa Climate Science Education

What about CO2? It is wise to remember Mark Twain’s observation, ‘It’s easier to fool the people than to convince them that they’ve been fooled.’‘ _______________ Another Ice Age is Coming David John Haskell Extinction Rebellion and shamefully, Ovid- like politicians, would have you believe we are on the brink of an apocryphal global warming! […] […]

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