Daily Archives: September 4, 2020

EPA Plans for a Bright Environmental Future

EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler delivered an address laying out the agency vision for fulfilling its mission.  Excerpts in italics with my formatting and bolds. EPA’s mission has been straight forward since its founding. Protect human health and the environment. Doing this ensures that all Americans – regardless of their zip code – have clean air to breathe, clean water to […]

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Friday Funny: Mann and Cook Get the Vapors

This is hilarious! It’s seems our favorite Klimate Konsensus Kooks went apoplectic when finding an article on the EPA website from Professor Richard Lindzen, blaming…of course…”fossil fueled climate deniers” marching lock-step with President Trump. There’s only one problem; it’s 12 years old! Not really unexpected given Mann’s problematic history with dating proxies and such. His Tweet […]

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Biden’s “Clean Energy Standard” Will Increase Electricity Prices as Demonstrated by California’s Quest for “Clean Energy”

California set its first renewable portfolio standard in 2002 and currently requires 60 percent of its generation to come from renewable energy by 2030 with the next 40 percent of generation to come from zero-carbon sources by 2045. These non-carbon sources will likely be wind, solar, geothermal, and hydropower. California is shuttering its last nuclear plant in […]

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New mathematical method shows how climate change led to fall of ancient civilization

Chaos paper by RIT Assistant Professor Nishant Malik applies method to Indus Valley Civilization ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Research News A Rochester Institute of Technology researcher developed a mathematical method that shows climate change likely caused the rise and fall of an ancient civilization. In an article recently featured in the journal Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal […]

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Hachijojima, Isolated Rural Island In Pacific, Shows No Warming In 80 Years

By Kiryeand Pierre Gosselin Hachijojima is a volcanic Japanese island some 287 kilometers south of Tokyo, to which it belongs. 7,522 people live on its 63 km2 of area. Image cropped from Google Maps. What makes Hachijojima interesting climatically is its rural, non-urban features – in the middle of the ocean –  making station siting there less prone to […]

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August Land and Ocean Air Temps Stay Cool

With apologies to Paul Revere, this post is on the lookout for cooler weather with an eye on both the Land and the Sea.  UAH has updated their tlt (temperatures in lower troposphere) dataset for August 2020.  Previously I have done posts on their reading of ocean air temps as a prelude to updated records from […]

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Klima: Kälter, nicht wärmer – Solares Minimum hat Versorgungsprobleme im Schlepptau [Neue Studie]

Während Politiker hektisch versuchen, ihre Klimakrisen-Hysterie auszuleben und so schnell wie möglich die Weichen dafür zu stellen, dass die Strompreise weiter steigen und Energiewende-Profiteure weiterhin viel Geld verdienen, sind Wissenschaftler bereits im Solaren Minimum angekommen. Es besteht kein Zweifel: Wir leben seit Anfang 2020 in einem Solaren Minimum, das bis zum Jahre 2053 anhalten soll. […]

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Sonnenzyklen, globale Temperatur und atmosphä­rische CO2-Konzentra­tionen seit Beginn der Industri­alisierung

Wird der Anstieg der globalen Erwärmung kausal verursacht durch den Anstieg atmosphärischer CO2-Konzentrationen oder ist es der Anstieg der globalen Erwärmung, der sekundär die atmosphärischen CO2-Konzentrationen ansteigen lässt? Diese Frage ist elementar für die Betrachtung des Klimawandels. Sie ist aber leicht zu beantworten, wenn man sich die vorliegenden Messwerte anschaut. In der nachfolgenden Abbildung sind die Länge der Sonnenzyklen, […]

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Ugandan Activist: “Many people are not yet aware of the dangers of climate change”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Dr. Willie Soon; Ugandan climate activist Vanessa Nakate, who was “accidentally” cropped from a picture of white climate activists in Davos in January, thinks people need to be better educated about the dangers of climate change. Vanessa Nakate: ‘Many people are not yet aware of the dangers of climate change’ As […]

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