• Prof Nir Shaviv: Forbes Censored An Interview With Me

    • Date: 10/08/19
    • Nir Shaviv, Science Bits

    On his blog, Professor Nir Shaviv responds to the shameful decision by the editor of Forbes to remove an interview with him which describes the scientific research published over many years by Professors Henrik Svensmark and Nir Shaviv. A few days ago I was interviewed by Doron Levin, for an article to appear online on forbes.com. […]

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  • Against Censorship: The Climate Story Forbes Doesn’t Want You To Read

    • Date: 09/08/19
    • Doron Levin

    This is the story journalist Doron Levin wrote for Forbes about the scientific research by Professor Nir Shaviv and Professor Henrik Svensmark, two members of the GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council. The Forbes editor, however, doesn’t seem to like the piece and has therefore removed it from its website. We publish the censored story here for […]

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  • New Study: Groundwater Resources In Africa Are Resilient To Climate Change

    • Date: 08/08/19
    • University College London

    Groundwater – a vital source of water for drinking and irrigation across sub-Saharan Africa – is resilient to climate variability and change, according to a new study led by UCL and Cardiff University. A consortium of 32 scientists from across Africa and beyond carried out the research, published in Nature, which shows how groundwater replenishment depends […]

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  • Strange Coral Spawning Improving Great Barrier Reef’s Resilience

    • Date: 07/08/19
    • University of Queensland

    A phenomenon that makes coral spawn more than once a year is improving the resilience of the Great Barrier Reef. The discovery was made by University of Queensland and CSIRO researchers investigating whether corals that split their spawning over multiple months are more successful at spreading their offspring across different reefs. Dr Karlo Hock, from […]

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  • Solar Cycles: Astronomers Claim They Have Solved One of The Sun’s Biggest Mysteries

    • Date: 31/07/19
    • Space.com

    Astronomers may have finally figured out what causes the sun’s 11-year cycle of activity, and it involves a “tsunami” of magnetic fields.  The sun, like other stars, goes through a cycle marked by a change in magnetic activity, levels of radiation, and the number and size of sunspots. While our sun’s 11-year cycle was discovered more than a […]

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  • Europe’s Heat Wave Non-Disaster: French 2019 Soft Wheat Crop 2nd Largest In History

    • Date: 30/07/19
    • Business Recorder

    PARIS: Farmers in France, the European Union’s largest grain producer, will harvest their second largest soft wheat crop in history this year at 39.17 million tonnes, as a record-breaking heatwave failed to hurt yields, consultancy Agritel said on Tuesday. That would be up 14.9% from last year’s weather-hit crop. Agritel projected the national yield of […]

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  • Burkina Faso Is Fighting Malaria — With Genetically Modified Mosquitoes

    • Date: 30/07/19
    • Public Radio International (PRI)

    Scientists hit a major turning point Monday in the small village of Bana in Burkina Faso — a west African country that experienced some 4,000 malaria deaths last year. They coated about 10,000 genetically modified mosquitoes in fluorescent dust and released them into the wild. Their purpose? To fight malaria.  It marks the first time that […]

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  • Will Solar Minimum Lead To Global Cooling?

    • Date: 20/07/19
    • Daily Express

    Cosmic rays are continuously getting stronger and that could mean Earth should brace itself for a deep solar minimum, scientists have warned. A decade ago, scientists noticed an all-time high in cosmic rays – rays which originate from deep space, not to be confused with solar rays which come from the Sun. Now, scientists have noticed […]

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