by K. Richard, Sept 5, 2022 in NoTricksZone
Abundant polar bear remains dating to 8000 to 9000 years ago have been found on Zhokhov Island, which is today surrounded by year-round sea ice (even in summer). This Arctic latitude (76°N) is too cold and thus too ice-covered for polar bears to inhabit today.
During the Early Holocene CO2 concentrations ranged between 255 to 265 ppm, and yet the Arctic was 5-7°C warmer than it is today and many regions that are now sea ice-covered were sea ice-free.
For example, Zhokhov Island is tundra and treeless today. It’s surrounded by permanent sea ice, making it inaccessible to wildlife.
by A. Flis, Aug 29, 2022 in SevereWeatherEurope
Strong cold anomalies are being detected in the stratosphere over Southern Hemisphere. The anomalous cooling results from the water vapor coming from the January Hunga Tonga eruption. Cooling on this scale has not been seen in modern satellite records, so this is a significant event.
We will look at what is happening with temperatures in the southern stratosphere, how it all actually happened, and how it might impact our side of the planet in the upcoming Winter 2022/2023.
by W. Soon, April 11, 2022 in CeresScience
On April 11, 2022, CERES team-leader, Dr. Willie Soon’s gave a presentation in Washington D.C., “The Weaponization of Science: Politics, Vilification, and the Climate Debate”. The slides for the talk can be downloaded from https://tinyurl.com/49sbxhru.
Here are 7 short clips taken from the talk describing each of the main topics he covered. The clips are as follows:
Is Dr. Willie Soon in the pay of the fossil fuel industry? (9:28 minutes)
Why Greenpeace is looking for a piece of your green (6:10 minutes)
Why “97% consensus on climate change” claims are wrong (3:29 minutes)
Are the UN’s IPCC climate reports scientifically objective? (6:52 minutes)
The “hockey stick” debate: Was there a Medieval Warm Period? (9:21 minutes)
How much of a role does the Sun play in climate change? (3:33 minutes)
Are “fact checks” checking facts or checking narratives? (2:47 minutes)
We think that these clips answer many of the commonly asked questions about both (1) the politicization of climate science and (2) the causes of climate change. Please feel free to subscribe to our new YouTube channel, share any of the above videos you think are interesting, or even share this post linking to all of them.
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