• India: Droughts Declining & Famine Eliminated Despite Global Warming

    • Date: 04/04/19
    • Vimal Mishra et al., Geophysical Research Letters, January 2019

    “Overall, our analysis shows that the frequency and severity of major soil moisture drought periods was greatest before 1924.” Drought and famine in India, 1870-2016 Vimal Mishra et al., Geophysical Research Letters, January 2019 Abstract Millions of people died due to famines in India in the 19th and 20th centuries; however, the relationship of historical famines with […]

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  • The Sun’s Magnetic Field Is Ten Times Stronger Than Previously Believed, Scientists Reveal

    • Date: 01/04/19
    • Queen’s University Belfast

    The sun’s magnetic field is ten times stronger than previously believed, new research from Queen’s University Belfast and Aberystwyth University has revealed. The new finding was discovered by Dr. David Kuridze, Research Fellow at Aberystwyth University. Dr. Kuridze began the research when he was based at Queen’s University Belfast and completed it when he moved […]

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  • New Paper: Solar Variability Weakens Trade Winds

    • Date: 29/03/19
    • Aarhus University

    An international team of researchers from United Kingdom, Denmark, and Germany have revealed, that during periods of increased solar irradiance, the trade winds weaken and the Walker circulation in the tropical Pacific shifts eastwards. An international team of researchers from United Kingdom, Denmark, and Germany has found robust evidence for signatures of the 11-year sunspot […]

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  • Retreating Greenland Glacier Is Growing Again

    • Date: 25/03/19
    • NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

    A new NASA study finds a major Greenland glacier that was one of the fastest shrinking ice and snow masses on Earth is growing again. The scientists were so shocked to find the change, Khazendar said: “At first we didn’t believe it. We had pretty much assumed that Jakobshavn would just keep going on as […]

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  • Record Snowfall Across Himalayas Blamed On … Global Warming

    • Date: 19/03/19
    • GWPF & Press Trust of India

    Last year scientists blamed global warming for decreasing snowfall in the Himalayas. This year record-breaking snowfall has been blamed on global warming. This ‘trend’ in increased snowfall is predicted to continue in coming years. In climate science, anything goes… No wonder the public is increasingly sceptical about these kind of knee-jerk claims and predictions. The […]

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  • China And The Pause

    • Date: 08/03/19
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    Chinese climate scientists: The so-called hiatus in global temperature is illuminating, significant and real. Chinese climate scientists are clearly off-message. They keep referring to the global warming hiatus which so many scientists and activists – those who shout on twitter and prowl the comment sections of off-colour articles on the subject – know has been […]

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  • Cosmic Rays Increasing For The 4th Year in a Row

    • Date: 01/03/19
    • Tony Phillips, Spaceweather.com

    Cosmic rays in the stratosphere are intensifying for the 4th year in a row. This finding comes from a campaign of almost weekly high-altitude balloon launches conducted by the students of Earth to Sky Calculus. Since March 2015, there has been a ~13% increase in X-rays and gamma-rays over central California, where the students have […]

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  • El Niño Has Arrived — No Wonder It’s A Warm Month

    • Date: 26/02/19
    • CNN

    El Niño can have major implications for weather patterns across the globe. On Thursday morning, NOAA announced on 14 February that El Niño is here and issued an El Niño Advisory. “El Niño conditions across the equatorial Pacific have come together, and we can now announce its arrival,” said Mike Halpert, deputy director, NOAA’s Climate […]

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