• La Nina’s Demise Means Predicting Summer Weather Just Got Harder

    • Date: 09/02/17
    • Brian Sullivan,Bloomberg

    With the end of a Pacific La Nina and no clear signal of where ocean temperatures are heading, predicting spring and summer weather that will impact agriculture and energy markets just got a little harder. A weak La Nina, which starts when the equatorial Pacific cools, has ended, the U.S. Climate Prediction Center said in a report Thursday. With its […]

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  • Federal Scientist Cooked Climate Change Books Ahead Of Obama Presentation, Whistleblower Charges

    • Date: 08/02/17
    • Fox News

    A key Obama administration scientist brushed aside inconvenient data that showed a slowdown in global warming in compiling an alarming 2015 report that coincided with the White House participation in the Paris Climate Conference, a whistle blower is alleging. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), in a major 2013 report, concluded global temperatures had […]

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  • U.S. House Committee To Investigate NOAA Scandal As More Whistleblowers Come Forward

    • Date: 06/02/17
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    House lawmakers will renew their long-dormant investigation into the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on the heels of whistleblower testimony that agency scientists rushed a landmark global warming study to influence policymakers. “The chairman intends to push for responses to his initial requests,” an aide for the Committee on Science, Space and Technology told […]

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  • Former NOAA Scientist Confirms Colleagues Manipulated Climate Records

    • Date: 05/02/17
    • U.S. Committee On Science, Space and Technology

    WASHINGTON – U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology members today responded to reports about the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) 2015 climate change study (“the Karl study”). According to Dr. John Bates, the recently retired principal scientist at NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center, the Karl study was used “to discredit […]

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  • World Leaders Duped Over Manipulated Global Warming Data

    • Date: 04/02/17
    • David Rose, Mail on Sunday

    The Mail on Sunday today reveals astonishing evidence that the organisation that is the world’s leading source of climate data rushed to publish a landmark paper that exaggerated global warming and was timed to influence the historic Paris Agreement on climate change. A high-level whistleblower has told this newspaper that America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric […]

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  • How Ancient Indus Civilization Adapted To Climate Change

    • Date: 29/01/17
    • University of Cambridge

    With climate change in our own era becoming increasingly evident, it’s natural to wonder how our ancestors may have dealt with similar environmental circumstances. New research methods and technologies are able to shed light on climate patterns that took place thousands of years ago, giving us a new perspective on how cultures of the time […]

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  • New York Times: Our Readers Are Too Dumb To Understand Global Warming Numbers

    • Date: 28/01/17
    • Robert Tracinski, The Federalist

    When I challenged him about the ‘hottest year on record,’ a New York Times reporter explained that his readers are too dumb to understand numbers. I recently wrote about the wretched reporting on the claim that 2016 was the “hottest year on record,” using as my main example a New York Times article by Justin Gillis that gave his […]

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  • Current Solar Cycle 3rd Weakest Since Observations Began In 1755

    • Date: 22/01/17
    • Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt, No Tricks Zone

    We are now 97 months into Solar Cycle 24 since it started in 2008. It is very clear just how much weaker than normal it has become. And it is in fact the third weakest cycle since observations began in 1755. In December solar activity was rather quiet, with the sunspot number at only 19.5.  […]

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