• South African Lion Cubs Conceived Artificially; Could Save Endangered Species

    • Date: 01/10/18
    • AFP

    Breakthrough could be repeated, with scientists hoping the technique can be used to save other endangered big cats. Brits (South Africa) (AFP) – Watching the two little lion cubs boisterously play with each other at a conservation centre outside of South Africa’s capital Pretoria, it’s hard to see anything out of the ordinary. But these […]

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  • Climate Change Not Main Driver Of Amphibian Decline

    • Date: 27/09/18
    • Eurekalert

    While a warming climate in recent decades may be a factor in the waning of some local populations of frogs, toads, newts and salamanders, it cannot explain the overall steep decline of amphibians, according to researchers. After analyzing many years of data for 81 North American amphibian species including more than 500,000 observations collected at […]

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  • Arctic Sea Ice Much More Stable Than Thought

    • Date: 23/09/18
    • Ron Clutz, Science Matters

    People are overthinking and over-analyzing Arctic Ice extents, and getting wrapped around the axle (or should I say axis).  So let’s keep it simple and we can all readily understand what is happening up North. I will use the ever popular NOAA dataset derived from satellite passive microwave sensors.  It sometimes understates the ice extents, but everyone […]

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  • 30 Years Ago Officials Predicted The Maldives Would Be Swallowed By The Sea. It Didn’t Happen

    • Date: 22/09/18
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    Environmental officials warned 30 years ago the Maldives could be completely covered by water due to global warming-induced sea level rise. That didn’t happen. The Indian Ocean did not swallow the Maldives island chain as predicted by government officials in the 1980s. In September 1988, the Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported a “gradual rise in average sea level […]

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  • Guy D. Middleton: ‘There Is No Archaeological Evidence For Global Civilisation Collapse’

    • Date: 21/09/18
    • Guy D. Middleton, Science

    The International Commission on Stratigraphy recently announced the creation of a new unit in the scale of geological time, the Meghalayan Age, from 4200 years before present, or 2200 BCE, to the present. The Commission explains that this period began with a two-centuries-long megadrought that caused the collapse of civilizations in Egypt, Greece, Syria, Palestine, […]

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  • Scientists Throw Cold Water On Claims Linking Hurricane Florence To Global Warming

    • Date: 20/09/18
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    Hurricane Florence made landfall on Friday in North Carolina, bringing heavy rains and flooding. But before the storm touched down in the U.S., scientists and news outlets were already linking the storm to global warming. However, not all scientists agree that man-made warming is making hurricanes, including Florence, bigger, slower and wetter as is often claimed […]

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  • What’s Surprising About Hurricane Florence? It Thrived In ‘Abnormally Cool’ Waters

    • Date: 19/09/18
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    Even before Hurricane Florence barreled into the North Carolina coast, a misleading claim about the storm and global warming echoed across the internet. Florence made landfall in North Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane on Friday, but the day before, The New York Times published a video claiming the storm had formed in “unusually warm waters” in […]

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  • Al Gore’s Claim About Hurricane Florence Doused By Scientists

    • Date: 17/09/18
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times

    Another climate-change claim by former Vice President Al Gore is coming under fire, this one involving Hurricane Florence. Mr. Gore said Friday that two major storms from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans had never made landfall at the same time, referring to Hurricane Florence, the Category 1 hurricane that struck North Carolina on Friday, and Super Typhoon Mangkhut, […]

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