• Green Mega-Flop: Germany’s Solar Industry Crashes And Burns

    • Date: 22/04/18
    • P Gosselin, No Tricks Zone

    Almost every single major German producer of solar systems has gone insolvent. Investors are flocking away in droves because of cancelled subsidies. New additional installations are hardly taking place. The first installations are now being taken offline and the share of solar power in Germany has fallen below 6 percent. Michael Kruger at German skeptic site Science […]

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  • Earth Day: 18 Spectacularly Wrong Eco-Predictions, Expect More This Year

    • Date: 21/04/18
    • Mark J. Perry, AEIdeas

    Here are 18 examples of spectacularly wrong predictions made around 1970 when the “green holy day” (aka Earth Day) started. Tomorrow (Sunday, April 22) is Earth Day 2018 and time for my annual Earth Day post….. In the May 2000 issue of Reason Magazine, award-winning science correspondent Ronald Bailey wrote an excellent article titled “Earth Day, Then and […]

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  • Imagine There’s A March For Science, And Hardly Anyone Turns Up

    • Date: 15/04/18
    • Jo Nova

    The turnout was so small, journalists didn’t even try to make up a number. Martin Place, Central Sydney — the raging crowd gathers to chant for Approved, Groupthink “Science” TM This was the second annual “March for Science“.  Apparently, 4,999,900 people had better things to do. March for politically correct science, 2018 This photo is patched together from the […]

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  • Put-Up-Or-Shut-Up Time For The Solar-Climate Theory

    • Date: 13/04/18
    • James A. Bacon, Bacon's Rebellion

    Here’s the nice thing about the sun-spot theory: It’s a testable hypothesis. We should be able to confirm or disprove the sun-spot hypothesis within a few years. I have frequently expressed skepticism of dire Global Warming scenarios by noting that the increase in global temperatures over the past 20 years fits the lowest range of […]

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  • Will Arctic Sea Ice Rebound As Atlantic Ocean Cools?

    • Date: 11/04/18
    • Paul Dorian, Vencore, Inc.

    Arctic sea ice extent has generally been below-normal since the middle 1990’s at which time the northern Atlantic Ocean switched sea surface temperature phases from cold-to-warm. It is likely to return to pre-mid 1990’s levels when the oceanic cycle flips back to a cold phase in coming years. Overview  While consistently at below-normal levels since the […]

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  • El Niño Affects Up To Two-Thirds Of The World’s Harvests

    • Date: 07/04/18
    • Aalto University, Finland

    According to researchers at Aalto University, Finland, large-scale weather cycles, such as the one related to the El Niño phenomenon, affect two-thirds of the world’s cropland. In these so called climate oscillations, air pressure, sea level temperature or other similar factors fluctuate regularly in areas far apart in a way that causes rain and temperature […]

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  • Prediction FactCheck: ‘Global Warming Will Lead to More Forest Fires’

    • Date: 26/03/18
    • C3 Headlines

    Does the empirical evidence support the belief that human CO2 emissions released into the atmosphere will directly cause an increase in forest fires from global warming? As the above plots show, whether it’s the U.S. national forests or the state owned properties in fire-prone California, the number of fires incidents has significantly declined starting with […]

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  • Flood Of New Scientific Papers Show Surprising Results

    • Date: 26/03/18
    • No Tricks Zone

    Two days ago Kenneth presented an impressive flurry of scientific, peer-reviewed charts published over the past 15 months (46 alone in 2018). Much to the surprise of alarmist scientists, global warming is weak at best. Lack of warming a global phenomenon According to Kenneth, these new papers show that “nothing climatically unusual is happening”. For example a publication […]

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