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Disproving Kossin’s Increasing Hurricane Intensity Claims

February 26th 2021

This article by Greg Kent is an excellent rebuttal of Kossin et al 2020 which claimed to find a “shift toward greater intensity” hurricanes as “increased probabilities of exceeding major hurricane intensity.” Climate theory has long predicted an increase in the strongest hurricanes (tropical cyclones) but it is not apparent   ▸


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Earth is Losing Ice Much Slower than We Thought

February 25th 2021

A reader asked for a critique of this article from Informed American titled “Does It Seem Hot Outside? Earth’s Ice Melting Faster Than We Thought”. Faster than who thought? Not the UN’s IPCC. The article says "The melting of land ice – on Antarctica, Greenland and mountain glaciers – added   ▸


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Climate "Emergency" Claims Falsified by Real-world Data

February 24th 2021

The standard narrative on climate change, as stated by the world's most influential people and institutions is that climate change is already increasing the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events and wildfires, reducing available water and crop yields, increasing diseases, hunger, poverty and human mortality, and reducing productivity of   ▸


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Adaptation Much More Profitable than Mitigation

February 23rd 2021

The world should focus much more on climate adaptation and much less on mitigation. This is the conclusion of the global Climate Intelligence Foundation (CLINTEL) following the international climate summit that took place in the Netherlands over the past two days. Adaptation has already amply proven its value, while mitigation   ▸


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