• CERN Results Strengthen Svensmark’s Cosmic Ray-Climate Theory

    • Date: 31/05/16
    • Pierre Gosselin, No Tricks Zone

    Looking at the English-language media, one might be led to think that the latest CERN experimental results show that trees alone dominate cloud formation, by supplying the necessary cloud seeding medium. Little reference is made to cosmic rays acting as the cloud formation modulator, initiating the cloud seeding process, as hypothesized by Henrik Svensmark. Lubos […]

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  • DNA Testing: Polar Bear ‘Hybrid’ Or Blonde Grizzly?

    • Date: 25/05/16
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    That putative polar bear hybrid shot in Arviat last week has been sent for DNA testing. Just out from NunatsiaqOnline (24 May 2016): Nunavut biologist sends possible “grolar” bear DNA for analysis: Unusual bear killed in Arviat could just be a blonde grizzly bear Additional details confirm the animal shot was a female, which could […]

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  • Goodbye El Niño: Pacific Ocean Temps Dropping Fast

    • Date: 23/05/16
    • Bob Tisdale, Watts Up With That

    The sea surface temperature anomalies of the NINO3.4 region of the equatorial Pacific are bordered by the coordinates of 5S-5N, 170W-120W.  They are used by NOAA and other meteorological agencies to define when an El Niño event is taking place.  According to the most-recent weekly satellite-enhanced data, the temperature anomalies for that region have dropped […]

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  • 200.000 Years Of Climate Change

    • Date: 21/05/16
    • Clive Best

    Ed Hawkins’s Polar Plot animation of warming had a big impact. So I thought I would try the same trick with the 200,000 year record of temperature anomalies from Antarctica measured by the EPICA ice core data. At its peak the Eemian was 3C warmer than the Holocene. The Epica temperature data for last 200k years. The first rapid warming is […]

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  • Green Hype Doubt: Suppliers Question Tesla’s Goals For Model 3 Output

    • Date: 20/05/16
    • Reuters

    Tesla Motors Inc has surprised parts makers with plans to move up the launch of high-volume production of its Model 3 to 2018, two years earlier than planned – an acceleration that supplier executives and industry consultants said would be difficult to achieve and potentially costly. In the past three months, Tesla has told suppliers […]

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  • Doug Hoffman: Science Death Spiral?

    • Date: 20/05/16
    • Doug L Hoffman, The Resilient Earth

    The standards of science have been greatly degraded in modern times, to the point that many if not most scientific claims are suspect. Illustration by David Parkins/Nature Having brought mankind so far, has traditional science finally outlived its usefulness? Many seem to think so, finding the rules of the scientific method—the strict guidelines a researcher […]

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  • Twilight Of The Petrostate

    • Date: 19/05/16
    • Petr Aven, Vladimir Nazarov & Samvel Lazaryan, The National Interest

    About twenty countries around the world are dependent on a single number: the price of oil. Some, primarily Persian Gulf states, live entirely off their oil and gas wealth. They rely on crude oil, natural gas and petroleum products for 50 percent of their Gross Domestic Product and for 70-plus percent of their budget revenue. […]

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  • We Can’t Blame Climate Change For The Fort McMurray Fires

    • Date: 17/05/16
    • Blair King, Huffington Post

    Attributing the Canadian forest fire to climate change would mean advancing bad information over good. That can only increase the likelihood that policy-makers will make poor decisions which we can all agree is not something we want to see. Last week I wrote a piece on my personal blog titled: On forest fires climate activist […]

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