Daily Archives: July 9, 2020

July 8, 2020, ~ Volcan de Fuego, Guatemala ~ Sundown Eruptions

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Heißzeit-Klimakollaps? Im Raum Jena werden die Kirschen später reif als jemals zuvor — EIKE – Europäisches Institut für Klima & Energie

Heißzeit-Klimakollaps? Im Raum Jena werden die Kirschen später reif als jemals zuvor vor 2 Std. Wie im Zusammenhang mit der Forsythienblüte zeigt sich heuer auch bei Obstsorten vor der eigenen Haustür, daß es offenbar langsam kälter wird, wie es die solaren Zyklen vorhersagen (u.a. Shaviv und Svensmark). Die Kirschblüten im Raum Ost-Thüringen, also rund um […]

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Squeezing The Sponge

Squeezing The Sponge vor 10 Min. Over in the Tweetosphere, where I’m @WEschenbach, I read that we’re in for rainy times: The atmosphere cools and shrinks when the Sun gets sleepy. Rain is wrung out of it like a sponge. We have been entering a solar grand minimum since 2008. The bottom of it will be around […]

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In 2006 The ‘Science’ Of Pandemic Mitigation Was Nearly The Opposite Of What It Is In 2020

vor 7 Min. A 2006 peer-reviewed scientific paper (Inglesby et al., 2006) on pandemic mitigation policy said the efficacy of 3-feet social distancing is unknown, surgical masks do little to prevent virus droplet inhalation, and closing schools, restaurants, stores…have seriously adverse community consequences. The paper refers to what policymakers should recommend if there is an […]

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Norway a new record for snow

Norway a new record for snow vor 13 Min. Never seen so much snow in July,” reads the headline on the Norwegian website nrk/no We have not had such snowfall as this year, says Knut Kinne, watercourse technical manager at the energy company BKK. With ten meters (more than 32 feet) of packed snow, it […]

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BBC Worry That 1.5C Target Might Be Breached

BBC Worry That 1.5C Target Might Be Breached vor 2 Std. By Paul Homewood h/t Philip Bratby/Robin Guenier The World Meteorological Organisation says there’s a growing chance that global temperatures will break the 1.5C threshold over the next five years, compared to pre-industrial levels. It says there’s a 20% possibility the critical mark will be […]

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10 fallacies about Arctic sea ice & polar bear survival refute misleading ‘facts’

10 fallacies about Arctic sea ice & polar bear survival refute misleading ‘facts’ vor 2 Std. Reposted from Dr. Susan Crockford’s Polar Bear Science Posted on July 8, 2020 | This updated blog post of mine from last year is as pertinent now as it was then: it’s a fully-referenced rebuttal to the misleading ‘facts’ so often presented this time […]

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Giant flywheel project in Scotland could prevent UK power outages

Giant flywheel project in Scotland could prevent UK power outages vor 3 Std. Windy Standard wind farm, Scotland [credit: RWE.com] H/T Chaeremon We’re supposed to believe that spending £25 million is going to somehow make UK power supplies cheaper. No explanation of where the energy for the flywheel is going to come from. Maybe more […]

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House Dems: Climate Change Responsible for Racial Injustice, George Floyd Protests

House Dems: Climate Change Responsible for Racial Injustice, George Floyd Protests vor 5 Min. Democrats’ infatuation with the Climate Change Bogeyman has reached a new low, with the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis (HSCCC) blaming climate change inaction for racial injustice and the George Floyd protests. Yes, really. A recently released HSCCC report wastes no […]

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Triumph der „erneuer­baren Energien“?

Triumph der „erneuer­baren Energien“? vor 30 Min. Dilemma “Erneuerbare” Nach 2018 und 2019 zeichnen sich auch für 2020 große Steigerungen beim Anteil der „erneuerbaren Energien“ an der Stromproduktion in Deutschland ab. Laut ISE erreichte der EE-Anteil nach 40 % im Jahre 2018 und 46 % im Jahr 2019 im ersten Halbjahr 2020 satte 55,8 %, Bild […]

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