• GWPF TV: Is The Ozone Hole Really Mending?

    • Date: 06/09/16
    • GWPF TV

    Claims of an ozone recovery are premature. Many expect to see such a recovery in the future, but it hasn’t been reliably seen just yet. The ozone hole has become one of the great scientific stories of our time. In the mid-1980s it was realised that chlorofluorocarbons –  released from such things as refrigerators – […]

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  • Eco-Scare Debunked: Cancer Research UK Refutes Claim Child Cancer Rose 40%

    • Date: 05/09/16
    • Harriet Agerholm, The Independent

    A leading cancer charity has challenged the claim modern life is largely responsible for a 40 per cent hike in cancer among young people. A spokesperson from Cancer Research UK said the statistic was misleading because it did not account for population growth. The theory environmental factors, such as eating junk food, were responsible for […]

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  • Cosmic Rays Are Intensifying

    • Date: 05/09/16
    • Dr. Tony Phillips, Spaceweather.com

    Why are cosmic rays intensifying? The main reason is the sun. Researchers have long known that solar activity and cosmic rays have a yin-yang relationship. As solar activity declines, cosmic rays intensify. Lately, solar activity has been very low indeed. Are cosmic rays responding? The answer is “yes.” Spaceweather.com and the students of Earth to […]

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  • Waiting For The Next Sunspot Cycle: 2019-2030

    • Date: 03/09/16
    • Sten Odenwald, NASA Heliophysics Education Consortium

    Forecasters are already starting to make predictions for what might be in store as our sun winds down its current sunspot cycle in a few years. Are we in for a very intense cycle of solar activity, or the beginning of a century-long absence of sunspots and a rise in colder climates? Figure showing the […]

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  • Mid-19th Century Warming Likely To Be Natural, Not Human-Induced, Says Independent Climate Scientist

    • Date: 31/08/16
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 31 August: A recent paper published in Nature has received international media attention because of its claim that human-induced CO2 emissions caused global temperatures to start increasing around the 1830s, much earlier than generally accepted. In a critical analysis of the paper by Abram et al. (2016) and published today at the influential Climate […]

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  • U.S. Professors Tell Students: Drop Class If You Dispute Man-Made Climate Change

    • Date: 31/08/16
    • Kate Hardiman, The College Fix

    ‘We will not, at any time, debate the science of climate change’ Three professors co-teaching an online course called “Medical Humanities in the Digital Age” at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs recently told their students via email that man-made climate change is not open for debate, and those who think otherwise have no place in […]

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  • Global Warming Has Less Impact On Drought Than Previously Expected

    • Date: 31/08/16
    • Science Daily

    A new study from the University of California, Irvine and the University of Washington shows that water conserved by plants under high CO2 conditions compensates for much of the effect of warmer temperatures, retaining more water on land than predicted in commonly used drought assessments. According to the study published this week in the Proceedings […]

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  • As Cosmic Rays Intensify, New Study Suggests Sun More Important Than Thought On Earth’s Climate

    • Date: 30/08/16
    • Paul Dorian, Vencore Weather

    For the past year, neutron monitors around the Arctic Circle have sensed an increasing intensity of cosmic rays. This colorized picture of the sun is a mosaic of ultraviolet images from the orbiting TRACE satellite sensitive to light emitted by highly charged iron atoms. Growing in number, the intricate structures visible are the Sun’s hot […]

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