• NASA Observations Refute Climate Modellers Who Claim That Atlantic ‘Conveyor Belt’ Has Been Slowing

    • Date: 12/04/18
    • Watts Up With That

    2010 NASA Study Finds Atlantic ‘Conveyor Belt’ Not Slowing Yesterday’s “The Day After Tomorrow” climate explainer’s excuse for cold winters is back – research suggests that the North Atlantic current is weaker than anytime for the last 1000 years Climate change dials down Atlantic Ocean heating system By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News 11 April […]

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  • Solar Activity Over Last 9000 Years Sheds New Light On Natural Variability

    • Date: 10/04/18
    • Chi Ju Wu et al. (2018) Astronomy & Astrophysics 5 April 2018

    A new consistent reconstruction of the solar activity offers a more reliable estimate of the long-term evolution of the solar variability Chi Ju Wu et al. (2018) Solar activity over nine millennia: A consistent multi-proxy reconstruction. Astronomy & Astrophysics 5 April 2018 Chi Ju Wu, I. G. Usoskin, N. Krivova, G. A. Kovaltsov, M. Baroni, E. […]

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  • British Antarctic Snowfall Study Deepens the Mystery of Global Warming

    • Date: 10/04/18
    • Outer Place

    Previous climate change models predicted that global sea levels would rise by a meter by the year 2100 due in part to melting Antarctic ice, but those estimates have proven to be flawed. Over the past century, the Antarctic has gone from being a vast Terra Incognita to a continent-sized ticking time bomb: according to NASA, Antarctica has […]

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  • Prof Nir Shaviv: The Cosmic Ray Climate Link

    • Date: 09/04/18
    • GWPF TV

    Presentation by Professor Nir Shaviv on the The Cosmic Ray Climate Link: From Geological Timescales to 20th Century Climate Change. London, 4 April 2018

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  • Astronomers Just Found They’ve Been Completely Wrong About These Giant Sun Tornadoes

    • Date: 06/04/18
    • Science Alert

    Whoops. Scientists have discovered that the massive bursts of solar activity we call ‘solar tornadoes’ are not at all like the twisters we get here on Earth – even though they sure appeared similar on a gigantic scale. The term describes the enormous eruptions of gas that appear to swirl up from the Sun’s surface, but […]

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  • New Paper: Unseen Worlds Of Wonder Under Our Noses

    • Date: 06/04/18
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    New understanding of ultra-long timescales provides a new take  on climate.   London, 6 April: A newly published paper in the journal Physica A suggests that there is an undiscovered universe all around us that we are too short-lived to perceive. Authors Prof. Christopher Essex (Applied Mathematics, University of Western Ontario) and Prof. Anastasios Tsonis (Mathematical Sciences, […]

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  • New Study: Earth’s Climate More Stable Than Thought

    • Date: 04/04/18
    • University of Washington

    “Our results show that Earth has had a moderate temperature through virtually all of its history, and that is attributable to weathering feedbacks — they do a good job at maintaining a habitable climate.” Theories about the early days of our planet’s history vary wildly. Some studies have painted the picture of a snowball Earth, […]

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  • An Empirical Reexamination: How Two Recent Major El Niño Periods Compare

    • Date: 01/04/18
    • C3 Headlines

    The 1997-1998 El Niño versus the 2015-2016 event. How do they differ? How are they similar? The takeaway? Now that the global HadCRUT4.6 dataset is available for February 2018, it is possible to examine a 4-year period for both El Niños, including the ‘pre’ and ‘post’ months for each. These two major El Niño events do have some […]

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