Cooling dominates warming

Guest Post by Wim Röst Abstract It is said that the Earth’s surface temperature variations are controlled by [human-induced] greenhouse gases1. This is not the case. When cooling systems dominate, surface temperatures are set by the cooling system and not by the system that is warming the surface. On Earth the surface cooling [...]

By |2021-11-09T08:47:02+01:007 November 2021|News, The Netherlands, USA|Comments Off on Cooling dominates warming

China benefits from Western climate hysteria

The CCP (China Communist Party) is by far the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases on the planet. Is that a problem? By Richard S. Lindzen reposted from Tablet Magazine Overlooking Beijing Shougang Industrial Zone / Shutterstock.com Many of the world’s leaders appear to believe that emissions of carbon dioxide (CO₂) constitute an existential [...]

By |2021-10-28T15:40:31+02:0028 October 2021|China, News, USA|Comments Off on China benefits from Western climate hysteria

Clintel proposes a new way to analyze climate data

By David Wojick In his lengthy video presentation, CLINTEL President Guus Berkhout proposes creation of a new analytical facility -- the Laboratory of Climate Imaging, Int. -- to look at climate data in a new way. He calls it "Climate Imaging”, but it is not about pictures. It is a combination of data mapping, [...]

By |2021-10-06T21:23:32+02:006 October 2021|News, The Netherlands|Comments Off on Clintel proposes a new way to analyze climate data

Sanctioning the religion of science: is the Pope shifting sides?

Sanna (24) wants to be sterilised for the climate - Scary to have children. This is the translated title of a Norwegian article posted on the website of the NRK, the Norwegian broadcasting corporation. My love, who is rather fluent in the Norse language (and otherwise incredibly smart), showed me this piece, with [...]

By |2021-09-16T20:49:03+02:0016 September 2021|News, The Netherlands|Comments Off on Sanctioning the religion of science: is the Pope shifting sides?

Statement CLINTEL: New IPCC report provides little objective basis for policymaking

Statement by CLINTEL on the publication today of the Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of Working Group I (WGI) of the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) August 9, 2021 CLINTEL has carried out a preliminary review of the IPCC Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of the AR6 WGI report (on the Physical Science) issued today. [...]

By |2021-08-11T13:44:39+02:009 August 2021|IPCC, Ireland, News|Comments Off on Statement CLINTEL: New IPCC report provides little objective basis for policymaking

Extreme weather & Climate Change: Media Hype OR Reality?

By Madhav Khandekar* Toronto, Canada The recent extreme heat episode (June 29- July 5, 2021) over the NW region of Canada-USA led to highest recorded temperature of 49.7C in Lytton (British Columbia) in Canada. This unusual weather event was caused by a development of a ‘heat dome’ resulting from a persistent high-pressure [...]

By |2021-08-07T13:05:44+02:0030 July 2021|Canada English, News|Comments Off on Extreme weather & Climate Change: Media Hype OR Reality?

Interview John Ledger

John Ledger (right) at the Katse Dam, Lesotho. Name: John Ledger Residence: Johannesburg Country: South Africa What is your background? I am primarily a biologist, having a BSc in Zoology and Botany (1964), a BSc Hons in Zoology (1965) and a PhD in Tropical Pathology (1976). I have had three different [...]

By |2021-07-12T12:32:21+02:0012 July 2021|Interviews, News, South Africa|Comments Off on Interview John Ledger

Do extreme temperatures really increase mortality?

Climate change, relative to the pre-industrial baseline, is alleged to cause already over one third of all heat-related deaths globally. If this is true, the number of cold-related deaths due to climate change must have decreased much more. But that is never addressed by climate researchers. Extreme heat can kill, even in the Netherlands. [...]

By |2021-06-19T11:45:13+02:0019 June 2021|News|Comments Off on Do extreme temperatures really increase mortality?

Unsettled: “most important book on climate science in decades”

Reviewed by Rupert Darwall May 20, 2021 On January 8, 2014, at New York University in Brooklyn, there occurred a unique event in the annals of global warming: nearly eight hours of structured debate between three climate scientists supporting the consensus on manmade global warming and three climate scientists who dispute it, moderated by [...]

By |2021-06-03T13:52:57+02:003 June 2021|Book review, News, United Kingdom, USA|Comments Off on Unsettled: “most important book on climate science in decades”

Why did the EU invite Greta Thunberg and not Nobel Prize winner William Nordhaus?

Press release by the Climate Intelligence Foundation (CLINTEL) Essay “Undue Climate Haste” 21 April 2021 Optimum economic outturn is seen at 3.5 degrees Celsius of warming in 2100 Mortality due to extreme weather decreased spectacularly Why did the EU invite the young Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg to speak in Brussels instead of [...]

By |2021-04-21T21:46:53+02:0021 April 2021|News|Comments Off on Why did the EU invite Greta Thunberg and not Nobel Prize winner William Nordhaus?