Complete Madness In The Biden Administration: Energy Policy

Manhattan Contrarian By Francis Menton | November 27, 2021 Is President Biden doing anything right? To this observer, his policies range from at best merely incompetent, to at worst malicious hatred of the country and people whose interests he was elected to advance. Somewhere in between those two extremes we have Biden’s energy policy. In this arena, appropriate adjectives would …

Leif Svalgaard Responds to Willie Soon

Leif Svalgaard Responds to Willie Soon

By Leif Svalgaard | Nov. 23, 2021 In a talk featured in our Monday Weekly Climate and News Roundup at the 14th International Conference on Climate Change Willie Soon [at time 26:49] took me, (Svalgaard) to task for arguing that there has not been any trend in solar activity the past 300+ years. He showed their new reconstruction of solar …

Researchers find repeated link between volcanic eruptions and dynastic collapse in China’s Imperial Era

Eureka Alert Nov. 12, 2021 Researchers find repeated link between volcanic eruptions and dynastic collapse in China’s Imperial Era Trinity College Dublin Volcanic eruptions may have triggered abrupt climate changes contributing to the repeated collapse of Chinese dynasties over the past 2,000 years, according to new research published today [Thursday, 11 November 2021]. The study also illustrates how volcanic eruptions …

Greening of the Earth Mitigates Surface Warming

NASA Nov 23, 2020 A new study reports that increased vegetation growth during the recent decades, known as the “Greening Earth”, has a strong cooling effect on the land due to increased efficiency of heat and water vapor transfer to the atmosphere.   A new study published in the journal Science Advances titled “Biophysical impacts of Earth greening largely controlled …

NO EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE FOR THE SIGNIFICANT ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE

J. KAUPPINEN AND P. MALMI Abstract. In this paper we will prove that GCM-models used in IPCC report AR5 fail to calculate the influences of the low cloud cover changes on the global temperature. That is why those models give a very small natural temperature change leaving a very large change for the contribution of the green house gases in …

The Physics & Chemistry of Carbon Dioxide Formation, Absorption, Gasification and Transport in the Earth’s Atmosphere & Hydrosphere

The Physics & Chemistry of Carbon Dioxide Formation, Absorption, Gasification and Transport in the Earth’s Atmosphere & Hydrosphere

Abstract The total amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is independent of biogenic and anthropogenic CO2 generation and primarily dependent on temperature gradients on the surface of the oceans. The Earth’s atmosphere contains a trace amount of CO2 at 0.04% in a gaseous mixture of predominately nitrogen, oxygen, and argon. All life forms on Earth are carbon based. Plants …

The underestimated role of clouds in global warming: an analysis of climate feedback effects in the AGW-hypothesis

By Ad Huijser (corresponding address ah@on.nl) Summary: By applying a simple feedback model for the response of the atmosphere to GHG-forcing at TOA, the GCM’s CMIP3/5 derived climate feedback values are being discussed in view of a.o. the CERES satellite data about trends in globally averaged surface temperatures and diminishing cloud-cover. It is shown that the trends in cloudiness during …

South Pole’s Winter Weather Record

South Pole’s Winter Weather Record

Michael Kile | 19 October 2021 Last winter, in one of the bleakest places on earth after Canberra and Belushya Guba, the capital of Novaya Zemlya, a novel hypothesis was proposed by a  rogue researcher in lockdown: the more anthropogenic hot air spoken in the northern hemisphere before a United Nations climate conference, the colder it becomes in the southern …

Record cold and snow expected in Northern Hemisphere

Record cold and snow expected in Northern Hemisphere

NWO Report Oct. 17, 2021 Source: Free West Media Meteorologists are warning of an extremely cold and snowy winter. The amount of snow in the northern hemisphere is already hundreds of gigatons larger than normal for the season and the South Pole has measured the coldest winter ever since measurements began there. This is astonishing climate news that the system media …

China Backtracking?

China Backtracking?

Not a Lot of People Know That | Paul Homewood | Oct. 16, 2020 Signs that China is already backtracking on its climate pledges: China plans to build more coal-fired power plants and has hinted that it will rethink its timetable to slash emissions, in a significant blow to the UK’s ambitions for securing a global agreement on phasing out …