Europe braces for intense Arctic cold — Ice Age Now

Prolonged, dangerous frost conditions are likely in many parts of the continent. “A significant Arctic cold outbreak from northern Russia into eastern and central Europe this coming weekend. Much colder air mass at the surface could also spread towards western Europe. This will develop dangerous frost conditions for early blossoming trees. But more importantly, it…

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Germany’s Coronavirus Infections Climb But Deaths Remain Low — The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF)

Experts have been debating Germany’s ‘coronavirus anomaly’, as cases continue to grow in the country but deaths caused by the virus remain low. Currently, Germany has confirmed over 16,000 cases of coronavirus infections among its citizens – the virus which causes the respiratory disease COVID-19. Although the virus is spreading fast within the country, the…

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Steve Milloy wins against Exxon with SEC — Iowa Climate Science Education

Steve Milloy wins against Exxon with SEC By Andy May h/t Willie Soon Steve Milloy is the publisher of junkscience.com and trained as a lawyer and biostatistician. He was “lauded” as one of the top ten “climate deniers” by George Monbiot at the Guardian. Milloy has filed a shareholder proposal with Exxon-Mobil insisting that they […]

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Hornsdale Power Reserve: helping to prevent blackouts in … Melbourne? — Iowa Climate Science Education

After writing previous post, I wondered how much impact the Tesla battery of the Hornsdale Power Reserve actually has on the South Australia grid. Just looking at the numbers (the battery has a capacity of 100 MW and can deliver 129 MWh), I expected it to be rather insignificant. In the meanwhile, I came across […]

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Germany’s Coronavirus Infections Climb But Deaths Remain Low — Iowa Climate Science Education

Experts have been debating Germany’s ‘coronavirus anomaly’, as cases continue to grow in the country but deaths caused by the virus remain low. Currently, Germany has confirmed over 16,000 cases of coronavirus infections among its citizens – the virus which causes the respiratory disease COVID-19. Although the virus is spreading fast within the country, the […]

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Europe braces for intense Arctic cold — Iowa Climate Science Education

Prolonged, dangerous frost conditions are likely in many parts of the continent. “A significant Arctic cold outbreak from northern Russia into eastern and central Europe this coming weekend. Much colder air mass at the surface could also spread towards western Europe. This will develop dangerous frost conditions for early blossoming trees. But more importantly, it […]

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Trapped at home? Watch the Northen Lights via live stream — Watts Up With That?

Proving again the Internet is quite possibly the best (and worst) thing ever invented. Located at the Churchill Northern Studies Center in Churchill, Manitoba, this live cam is located directly underneath the aurora oval–one of the best places on earth to watch the aurora borealis, the spectacular atmospheric phenomenon better known as the Northern Lights.…

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Steve Milloy wins against Exxon with SEC — Watts Up With That?

By Andy May h/t Willie Soon Steve Milloy is the publisher of junkscience.com and trained as a lawyer and biostatistician. He was “lauded” as one of the top ten “climate deniers” by George Monbiot at the Guardian. 19 weitere Wörter

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IEEE: “It’s Too Late to Undo Climate Change” — Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Green technologists exploring the possibility the world won’t end in 2030. It’s Too Late to Undo Climate Change. We Need Tech in Order to Adapt A raft of companies are developing tech to help us live in a warmer world By Stacey Higginbotham On the CES floor in Las Vegas…

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