Daily Archives: July 11, 2020

Volcanic activity worldwide 11 Jul 2020: Semeru volcano, Dukono, Reventador, Sabancaya

Saturday Jul 11, 2020 21:00 PM | BY: SEVERAL CONTRIBUTORS Map of today’s active volcanoesSatellite image of Semeru volcano on 10 Jul 2020Satellite image of Dukono volcano on 11 Jul 2020Semeru (East Java, Indonesia): (11 Jul) Volcanic Ash Advisory Center Darwin (VAAC) issued the following report: VONA STATE ERUPTION TO FL140 MOV SW AT 10/2313Z Dukono (Halmahera): […]

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Wuhan Lujan Doubles COVID-19 Cases

Wuhan Lujan Doubles COVID-19 Cases vor 3 Min. Masks have been mandatory since May 16 in New Mexico, by decree of Governor Wuhan Lujan. New Mexico requires face masks in public. Here’s what you need to know Since then, the daily case rate has doubled. New Mexico Coronavirus: … Continue reading → via Real Climate Science Posted […]

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Podcast: The Calamity of Models (Guest: Willis Eschenbach)

Podcast: The Calamity of Models (Guest: Willis Eschenbach) vor 2 Std. Both climate and coronavirus models continue to fail. Why do we still look at them for deciding public policy? Our resident polymath Willis Eschenbach joins Anthony Watts to discuss the parallels of hysteria and failure surrounding climate models and the coronovirus model that effectively put the […]

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For 80 years cholesterol experts said ‘eat less fat’. Too bad they never had any evidence

For 80 years cholesterol experts said ‘eat less fat’. Too bad they never had any evidence vor 2 Std. Depressing. A consensus based on nothing much, still lasted three generations And it’s not dead yet: Groups like the American Heart Association, UCSF Guidelines, VicHealth, etc are all still advising that people avoid saturated fats, and […]

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Stop Pension Funds Gambling on Energy Fads

Stop Pension Funds Gambling on Energy Fads vor 1 Std. Haley Zaremba writes at oilprice Will Trump’s Proposed ESG Regulation Help Big Oil? Excerpts in italics with my bolds. The ESG Push to Gamble Pension Funds on Climate Concerns Instead of joining the financial revolution geared toward environmental, social, and governance (ESG) that many experts believe is coming down […]

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Record cold in the mesosphere causing noctilucent clouds in mid latitudes

Record cold in the mesosphere causing noctilucent clouds in mid latitudes vor 11 Min. “It’s getting cold in the mesosphere. Very cold,” wrote Dr. Tony Phillips in early June. This development is causing noctilucent clouds (NLCs) to spill out of the Arctic to middle latitudes. “I’ve been waiting for years to see NLCs (noctilucent clouds), […]

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