Monthly Archives: August 2011

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Scotland had coldest summer in 14 years

Data covering 1 June to 29 August show that the average temperature was 11.8C, compared with an average of 12.8C last year. (Scotsman) UK summer the coolest for 18 years Met Office says average temperature was 13.6C (Guardian) ONE of … Continue reading

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Mainstream media starting to agree with Svensmark.

It turns out the sun’s cosmic rays play a commanding role in atmospheric cloud formation and thus surface temperatures. This is according to research in the Aug. 25 edition of the journal Nature by scientists at the prestigious CERN particle … Continue reading

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Some of my favourite videos

Henrik Svensmark: The Cloud Mystery (1 of 6 = ~1hr) 08/03/2009 Short animation – the Cosmic Climate Connection 17/01/2008

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How to get off the ground with nothing but water! (almost)

It seemed paradoxical to me the first time I worked it out , but it is a truth that wet air is less dense than dry air. Yes, if you wet air, it gets less heavy.  For anyone that has … Continue reading

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Cosmic rays, CO2 and clouds.

Just some thoughts on Cosmic rays, CO2 and clouds. Around half the heat of the sun transferred to the earth’s surface leaves as evaporation. That latent heat cannot be lost until that water is condensed in those fluffy things in … Continue reading

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Clouds in a jar … reveals a flaw in models of the climate (Economist)

Just how much cosmic rays affect cloud formation has, however, remained elusive. A team at CERN, led by Jasper Kirkby, therefore decided to recreate both the solar cycle and the atmosphere in a lab. Their “cosmic rays” are generated by … Continue reading

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Cosmic Rays vs the Global Warmers (Mail)

Understandably, then, sceptics are getting pretty excited by a paper published in Nature magazine this week in which scientists at CERN, the nuclear research laboratory near Geneva, have shown that radiation from space can affect the way clouds form in … Continue reading

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Climate “science” on a precipice

As everyone must know by now CERN have effectively confirmed the work by Henrik Svensmark and his hypothesis that there is a link between sunspots and climate with the implication that: most of the global warming of the 20th Century … Continue reading

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Are we on the verge of an eco-world war?

It was as I looked at the SUVs on the the dual carriageway in Tripoli, that I suddenly realised this could be the state of British cities within my lifetime: fairly typical cars seen on any British road, adapted with … Continue reading

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FM radio and global warming nonsense

There is a commonly heard argument that the truth must lie somewhere between the sceptic and warmist position and on that basis many intelligent people assume that there “must be something in the warmist argument even if it isn’t all … Continue reading

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Extra terrestrial contact paper – those involved should hang their heads in shame!

I’ve just read the so called “paper” on Extra Terrestrials and it is the worst kind of nonsense and may as well be prepared by primary school kids given the lack of any knowledge or ability to draw inferences from … Continue reading

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“Scientists” completely loose it … aliens to destroy earth

Watching from afar, extraterrestrial beings might view changes in Earth’s atmosphere as symptomatic of a civilisation growing out of control – and take drastic action to keep us from becoming a more serious threat, the researchers explain. This highly speculative … Continue reading

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I’m away for a while … will the scam fall before I get back?

Last week, I was wondering how long it would be before we saw the fall of global warming. I had decided that after the CERN report and running up to the “there’s no increase in extreme weather but we’ve tried … Continue reading

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Polar bear kills British Arctic tourist

A polar bear has mauled a young British tourist to death and seriously injured four others in Norway, authorities in the country have confirmed. The governor’s office in Svalbard district confirmed all those involved were male and had been camping … Continue reading

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Planetary temperature controls CO2 levels — not humans

Blockbuster: Planetary temperature controls CO2 levels — not humans Judging by the speech Murry Salby gave at the Sydney Institute, there’s a blockbuster paper coming soon. Professor Murry Salby is Chair of Climate Science at Macquarie University. He’s been a … Continue reading

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At last! A single scientific paper with empirical data that supports doomsday GW (almost)

Having listed all the scientific evidence that now contradicts doomsday global warming, I thought I should list everything that supports the theory. And I searched and I searched and eventually I’ve found something!! Here it is from the BiasedBroadcastingCompany  Friday, … Continue reading

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US: 69% say “it’s likely scientists have falsified global warming research”.

Re: Opinion poll reported in GWPF If we take the 19% who believe “the media make global warming appear less serious than it is” as a base line of zealots, that suggests the vast overwhelming majority of people who are … Continue reading

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Is our climate becoming more extreme? (Guest post)

[The following was moved from comments on I’ve got a little list because it was too long to include in the comments but merited being displayed] Is our climate becoming more extreme? (by Paul Homewood) There has been much discussion … Continue reading

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(Eco)scares we should take seriously

Here’s a quick list of scares that we really ought to have a closer look at: Anti-biotic feeding to cattle creating ideal conditions for the development of anti-biotic immune bacteria. If it wasn’t for anti-biotics, every class of primary children … Continue reading

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