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The Conversation’s Fact-Free Claim That Rich Countries Are To Blame For Idai

  Even by Con standards, this fact-free article by ‘climate justice’ academics, Michael Mikulewicz and Tahseen Jafry, at Glasgow University, is outrageously bad. The title alone is enough to make you blanche: Cyclone Idai: rich countries are to blame for disasters like this – here’s how they can make amends Presumably, the making amends for causing poor … Continue reading

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Prediction: Climate Change Will Be Blamed For Making February Heatwave ‘X Times More Likely’.

    Carbon Brief summed up the media and scientific community’s response to the remarkable spell of summery weather the UK has just experienced when it was supposed to be winter (today is the first day of Spring and it’s much colder!). Reading between the lines, I would hazard to guess that within the next … Continue reading

Wally Broecker Dies Aged 87 – Warmists Immediately Claim Him As An Icon of Global Warming Theory
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Wally Broecker Dies Aged 87 – Warmists Immediately Claim Him As An Icon of Global Warming Theory

    Wallace Broecker has died at the age of 87, on February 18th, 2019, in New York. He leaves behind a large body of pioneering scientific research into the climate and the oceans. Perhaps his most significant contribution was to introduce the idea of the global ocean thermohaline conveyor belt and the concept of … Continue reading

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Historical Perspectives on Climate – The Super El Nino of 1876-78

  In March 2016, a climate emergency was declared by Stefan Rahmstorf. Gavin Schmidt also tweeted: Normally I don't comment on individual months (too much weather, not enough climate), but last month was special.https://t.co/nALWMlNDcP — Gavin Schmidt (@ClimateOfGavin) March 12, 2016 The ’emergency’ related to the NASA GISS Feb temperature anomaly of 1.35C above 1951-80 … Continue reading