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Monthly Archives: May 2018


May Day Arctic Fraud Update

This summer is shaping up to be a complete disaster for the climate mafia, with Arctic sea ice extent normal and the highest in five years Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut Sea ice volume is also normal,…

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Kamikaze Greens: Japan’s Asahi Shimbun Concedes Renewables Face “Broad Array Of Tough Challenges”!

Although Japan’s national daily ‘The Asahi Shimbun’ concedes green energies face “a broad array of tough challenges” such as high costs and a lack of storage, it irrationally calls for their acceleration! Proponents of (unworkable) green energies are kamikaze-style calling…

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Lake Chelan — Battle of the Ice Sheets – Video

Scenic Lake Chelan, about 200 miles east northeast of Seattle, is a vacation paradise that was created during the Ice Age. But how can geologists prove that an ice sheet from Canada did the digging? This video by “Nick on…

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Topsy-turvy climate science: ‘Global Warming Hiatus’ blamed for more intense hurricanes

From the UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA and the “but. but, warming is the cause of more intense hurricanes” comes this interesting study. La Niña-like ocean cooling patterns intensify northwestern Pacific tropical cyclones Another piece in the climate puzzle The intensity…

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