• False Alarm: Debunked Climate Paper Triggers Apocalyptic Scare-Mongering

    • Date: 25/03/17
    • Global Warming Policy Forum & Université de Genève

    A climate paper published last July has been hyped up to apocalyptic noise levels by climate scientists and the news media despite new research findings having debunked their main claim.     These alarmist media reports ignore that new geological evidence published in recent weeks shows that the Permian-Triassic mass extinction 250 million years ago occurred […]

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  • El Niño’s Odds to Return By Late Summer or Fall Increasing

    • Date: 24/03/17
    • Jonathan Belles and Brian Donegan, The Weather Channel

    The odds of El Niño’s development by the late summer or early fall have increased, according to the latest output from forecast model guidance. NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center (CPC) officially declared La Niña’s end in early February as sea temperatures have steadily warmed in the equatorial region of the central and eastern Pacific, and we’re now in the neutral […]

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  • New Report: Current Global Warming Is ‘Not Outside The Range Of Natural Variations’

    • Date: 22/03/17
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    A UK-based climate policy group has put out an annual climate assessment “exclusively on observations rather than climate models” to serve as a counterpoint to those put out by the United Nations and government agencies that warn of unabated global warming. The Global Warming Policy Foundation’s (GWPF) climate assessment, like the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), […]

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  • New Discovery: Eruptions On The Sun Trigger Surprising Phenomenon Near Earth

    • Date: 18/03/17
    • Science Daily

    New research from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and partners from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the University of New Brunswick shows that eruptions on the Sun’s surface not only send bursts of energetic particles into Earth’s atmosphere causing disturbances in our planet’s magnetic field, they can also strangely decrease the number of free […]

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  • Russian Scientists Predict Global Cooling In The Next Few Decades

    • Date: 15/03/17
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    In a new paper published by the Russian Academy of Sciences, seven senior scientists analysed the monthly average and annual average data of charged particle fluxes in the lower atmosphere, concluding that “a rise in the charged particle flux in the lower atmosphere in the next few years” would lead to “a decrease in the global […]

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  • NASA: Could Leftover Heat from Last El Niño Fuel a New One?

    • Date: 14/03/17
    • Sierra Sun Times

    Some climate models are suggesting that El Niño may return later this year, but for now, the Pacific Ocean lingers in a neutral “La Nada” state, according to climatologist Bill Patzert of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California. The latest map of sea level height data from the U.S./European Jason-3 satellite mission shows most of […]

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  • Natural Swings, Not Global Warming Responsible For Up To Half Of Arctic Ice Losses, New Study Claims

    • Date: 14/03/17
    • Colin Fernandez, Daily Mail

    The Arctic icecap is shrinking – but it’s not all our fault, a major study of the polar region has found. At least half of the disappearance is down to natural processes, and not the fault of man made warming. Part of the decline in ice cover is due to ‘random’ and ‘chaotic’ natural changes […]

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  • Was The Younger Dryas Cooling Event Caused By A Cosmic Impact After All?

    • Date: 10/03/17
    • University of South Carolina

    No one knows for certain why the Clovis people and iconic beasts — mastodon, mammoth and saber-toothed tiger — living some 12,800 years ago suddenly disappeared. However, a discovery of widespread platinum at archaeological sites across the US has provided an important clue in solving this enduring mystery. University of South Carolina archaeologists found an […]

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