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Tom Nelson Interviews Javier Vinós

By Andy May Tom Nelson interviewed Dr. Javier Vinós on January 31, 2023, the interview can be seen here. Or click on the image below. Part of the interview was a prepared presentation. The text and some of the illustrations from Javier’s presentation are given below. The recorded interview has more illustrations [...]

By |1 February 2023|Categories: News, USA, Videos|Comments Off on Tom Nelson Interviews Javier Vinós

The Climate Alarmist’s Greatest Fear

By Andy May Is it just me, or are the climate alarmists more unhinged than usual lately? Al Gore screaming about boiling oceans and rain bombs is just part of it. As Eric Worral has reported, the BBC blamed global warming for the lack of snow, just after they blamed global warming for colder winters. And, who [...]

By |30 January 2023|Categories: News, USA|Comments Off on The Climate Alarmist’s Greatest Fear

Dr. Jay Lehr

On Tuesday, CFACT lost another friend, Dr. Jay Lehr. What a man he was! Dr. Jay Lehr CFACT’s friends and readers have been treated to a brilliant weekly science update from Jay.  He has served as a Senior Policy Advisor to CFACT since 2020. The day before we lost him, we published a [...]

By |19 January 2023|Categories: News, USA|Comments Off on Dr. Jay Lehr

German Renewable Energies Expert: Global Warming Is Going To Pause As North Atlantic Cools

By Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt, Klimanachrichten (Translated, edited by P. Gosselin) Reposted from NoTricksZone Fritz Vahrenholt The unusually mild weather at the turn of the year in Central Europe has strengthened the belief of many in Germany that CO2-induced global warming is in full swing. Globally – and this is the only thing that matters [...]

By |9 January 2023|Categories: Germany, News|Comments Off on German Renewable Energies Expert: Global Warming Is Going To Pause As North Atlantic Cools

2022 Seventh Warmest Year: Warming Slows Down

Guest Post by Javier Vinós reposted from Andy May's Climate Blog No minimally informed person denies that climate changes. The climate has always changed. Since 1860 the predominant climate change has been warming, which is fortunate because if we had a winter like those of 1800-1850, we would be in for a shock. [...]

By |7 January 2023|Categories: News, Spain, USA|Comments Off on 2022 Seventh Warmest Year: Warming Slows Down

The year without a summer? In 2022 Sydney didn’t even reach 32 degrees

By Jo Nova reposted from her Blog Sydney Observatory in the centre of the city in 1864. (Courtesy of the State Library of NSW.) For the first time in 163 years of records at Sydney Observatory the temperature didn’t even crack 32 degrees C (or 90F) for the whole year of 2022. [...]

By |7 January 2023|Categories: Australia, News|Comments Off on The year without a summer? In 2022 Sydney didn’t even reach 32 degrees