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Collapse of Larsen C would add up to 2.5 mm to sea level by 2100 From the EUROPEAN GEOSCIENCES UNION New study puts a figure on sea-level rise following Antarctic ice shelves’ collapse An international team of scientists has shown how much sea level would rise if Larsen C and George VI, two Antarctic ice shelves…
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From CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY and the “Hurricane Sandy was not a Cat5 storm but let’s not worry about such details for headlines” department. More category 5 hurricanes forecasted by scientists New research investigates the impact that dust storms played in the formation of Hurricane Sandy In the midst of hurricane season, climatologists around the world are monitoring…
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Guest essay by Eric Worrall Trump Solicitor General Noel Francisco has stepped up efforts to have the Juliana V.S. US climate court case dismissed. Trump administration wants the Supreme Court to throw out landmark youth climate case The landmark climate case has so far survived multiple attempts to block it. KYLA MANDEL JUL 18, 2018,…
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By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Following the successful London climate conference of 2016, Professor Nils-Axel Mörner and Pamela Matlack-Klein are organizing a high-level conference on The basic science of a changing climate at the Facultate de Letras (Humanities Faculty) in the University of Porto, Portugal, for two action-packed days – Friday 7 September and Saturday…
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By Andy May The United States Department of Transportation tells us in their online report “Public Transportation’s Role in responding to Climate Change” that we should use public transportation to reduce our greenhouse emissions. This claim is also made inTime’s “Global Warming Survival Guide.” Even the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) recommended public…
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In response to a study from the University of Washington posted on WUWT (and elsewhere) today about a shift in the AMOC and a very clear statement about it not collapsing (as posited for collapse by many, including Michael Mann, Dr. Judith Curry gave this response to the Daily Caller’s Mike Bastasch: Replying to @MikeBastasch We…
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Guest ridicule by David Middleton More nonsense about sea level rise… FRONTIER RESEARCH SOCIAL SCIENCES Lessons from a real Atlantis 17 July 2018 by Jude Gonzalez Traces of long-forgotten human settlements claimed by the sea thousands of years ago are being uncovered by researchers along the coastlines of Europe. The discoveries, both on land and…
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From the University of Washington – Hannah Hickey where the original headline in the press release says “Atlantic Ocean circulation is not collapsing – but as it shifts gears, global warming will reaccelerate“. Problem is, the researcher doesn’t know and says: “We have about one cycle of observations at depth, so we do not know…
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From MIT: New data may explain star’s mysterious dimming. For nearly a century, astronomers have puzzled over the curious variability of young stars residing in the Taurus-Auriga constellation some 450 light years from Earth. One star in particular has drawn astronomers’ attention. Every few decades, the star’s light has faded briefly before brightening again. In…
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David L. Hagen writes about a new study: Increasing aerosols, decreasing insolation, decreasing temperature, and decreasing precipitable water over 18 years in China.  “Evaluation of Atmospheric Precipitable Water Characteristics and Trends in Mainland China from 1995 to 2012″ Wang 2017 . . .”Moreover, the increasing aerosol loading because of frequent human activities has resulted in…
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