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Europe’s Top Warmist Loses It: Claims Mankind Now Undergoing Climate-Related ‘Collective Suicide Attempt’ – Rapid ‘Mass Extinction’

By P Gosselin on 16. May 2018 Outgoing director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) believes mankind, through its activities, is headed for a “mass extinction” and an anthropogenic calamity comparable to a geological scale asteroid hit. Outgoing Potsdam Institute director Hans-Joachim “John” Schellnhuber tells German national daily that mankind has run out of time and faces “mass extinction” […]

The Government Relies on Flawed Data to Determine Endangered Species

By Kevin Mooney Americans who live in or near a community built around a lake should be careful about stepping outside to mow the lawn if the temperature isn’t just right and the grass isn’t a certain height. They should keep pets indoors. They should forget about using weed killer. And they should be prepared […]

Transition Team Leaders to President Trump: Stay the Course on CAFE Reform

Transition Team Leaders to President Trump: Stay the Course on CAFE Reform MAY 10, 2018 TweetFacebook WASHINGTON — On Thursday, May 10, three Trump transition team leaders — Shirley Ybarra (Department of Transportation), Myron Ebell (Environmental Protection Agency), and Thomas Pyle (Department of Energy) — jointly encouraged President Trump to stay the course with the reforms of […]

Polar bear habitat update mid-May: little change since 1989 despite CO2 increase

Via: Sea ice habitat for polar bears has not become progressively worse each year during their season of critical feeding and mating, as some scaremongers often imply. It’s true that absolute extent of Arctic ice is lower this spring than it was in 1979. However, according to NSIDC Masie figures, polar bear habitat at mid-May […]

‘The World Wants Air-Conditioning. That Could Warm the World’

By Paul Homewood h/t Robin Guenier   How dare they?   From the NYT:   More than crickets and fireflies, more than baseball and cookouts, perhaps nothing signals the arrival of summer in the United States like the soft familiar whir of air-conditioning. But there is growing concern that as other countries adopt America’s love […]

UN Secretary General: Climate Change an ‘Existential Threat’ to Humanity

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Just in case you missed this month’s failed Bonn climate summit (don’t forget the extended session in Bangkok), or the Melbourne Climate Adaption Conference earlier this month, there is plenty of climate action happening now at the R20 World Summit in Austria. Climate change: An ‘existential threat’ to humanity, UN chief warns global summit None of the […]


Xiaoming Hu et al., Climate Dynamics — Hu, X., Sejas, S.A., Cai, M. et al. Clim Dyn (2018). Decadal evolution of the surface energy budget during the fast warming and global warming hiatus periods in the ERA-interim Abstract: The global-mean surface temperature has experienced a rapid warming from the 1980s to early-2000s but a muted […]


University of Southampton New research has shown that natural variations in global mean temperature are always forced by changes in heat release and heat uptake by the oceans, in particular the heat release associated with evaporation. Analysing data from six climate models that simulated future climate change scenarios for the last International Panel for Climate […]

Analysis: ‘I Love Carbon Dioxide and You Should Too’ By Gregory Wrightstone The demonization of the “miracle molecule,” carbon dioxide, continued last week with the announcement that its concentration had reached 410 parts per million (ppm). Nearly all reporting of this noted that this was the highest level in 800,000 years and predicted a host of associated climate calamities. While the current concentration […]

Climate Scientist Dr. Fred Singer: The Sea Is Rising, but Not Because of Climate Change

The Sea Is Rising, but Not Because of Climate Change By Fred Singer, WSJ, May 15, 2018  Of all known and imagined consequences of climate change, many people fear sea-level rise most. But efforts to determine what causes seas to rise are marred by poor data and disagreements about methodology. The noted oceanographer Walter […]