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Monthly Archives: July 2019


One Hundred Degree Days Are A Thing Of The Past …

This year (so far) is only the third year since 1895 to post no 100 degree temperatures in the Midwest.  The other two were 1928 and 1992 (after the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo.) The likelihood of 100 degree weather has…

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Hockey Stick Groundhog Day

Some ancient history Fifteen to twenty years ago, Michael Mann and colleagues wrote a few papers claiming that current warming was unprecedented over the last 600 to 2000 years.  Other climate scientists described Mann’s work variously as crap, pathetic, sloppy,…

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New video by GWPF on YouTube

Green Killing Machines: the impact of renewable energy on wildlife and nature View on YouTube

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Polar bear spotted on Bear Island (Barents Sea) this winter for the first time in 8 years

A polar bear was spotted this year on Bear Island (Bjørnøya) in the southern Barents Sea on 8 March by the crew at the Meteorological Station. The last time these workers had seen a polar bear was 2011 but this…

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