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Pacific Typhoon Frequency Trending Down Over the Past 7 Decades, Contradicting Earlier Climate Predictions – Data from the Japan Meteorological Agency by P Gosselin The number of Pacific typhoons have decreased over the past 7  decades. That’s the trend according to the latest data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA).   Today we look at the data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) for the number of typhoons formed in the Pacific in the month of August, now that the […]

New Study: Up To 87% Of Modern Warming Can Be Explained By Variations In Solar Activity by Kenneth Richard Nearly all of the alleged anthropogenic link to climate change can be removed simply by exchanging and/or replacing biased temperature and solar activity data sets. A new study authored by 37 scientists in the journal Climate finds using rural-only Northern Hemisphere temperature data (i.e., removing artificial, non-climatic urban heat effects) reduces the post-1850 warming trend […]

New Study: ‘Natural Climate Drivers Dominate In The Current Warming’ by Kenneth Richard More and more evidence is emerging that the modern warming trends are naturally driven, not anthropogenic. Per CERES observations the surface incident shortwave (SW) radiation anomaly increased by +1.61 W/m² from 2001 to 2019, and +1.75 W/m² from 2001 to 2021 (Ollila, 2023). This SW increase is likely due to natural […]