Brazil “Megaflash” lightning sets world record.

The UN’s weather agency announced Thursday the longest lightning bolt on record—a single flash in Brazil on October 31, 2018 that cut the sky across more than 700 kilometers.

Brazilian scientists and academics write an Open Letter on the “science” of the #coronavirus pandemic

From CONEXÃPOLÍTICA The coordinator of the statement is Marcos Nogueira Eberlin. He is a member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences and holds a PhD in chemistry from the University…

Why is the Brazil oil spill still described as “mysterious”?

Guest “why?” by David Middleton Mysterious oil spill threatens marine biodiversity haven in Brazil By Herton Escobar Nov. 4, 2019 , 4:50 PM Marine scientists in Brazil are closely monitoring the…

Ignore Climate Hysteria: Brazil Set To Post Record Harvest

From The GWPF Brazil’s 2019-20 grain and oilseed crops are poised to reach record production of 245.8mn metric tons (t), boosted by an increase in acreage and a recovery in…

Brazil’s Rainfall Remains Healthy: Susceptible to Natural Climatic Events, Not Anthropogenic Global Warming

by Vijay Jayaraj Brazil has been in the midst of controversy for not acting on climate change. Greta Thunberg and other children have named Brazil as one of the five…

Corn, cotton output push Brazil harvest to record

From Argus Media Published date: 10 September 2019 Brazil’s grains and oilseeds crop rose by 6.4pc to a record 242mn metric tonnes (t) in the 2018-2019 harvest, boosted by increased…

L A Times Amazon fire anti-science propaganda revisited

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin Thanks to Dr. Roy Spencer for his excellent WUWT article exposing the plight of the economically poor Brazilian farmers as well as the gross mischaracterizations…

U.S. Blocks U.N. Resolution on Geoengineering

According to this article in Scientific American The United States joined Saudi Arabia to derail a U.N. resolution that sought to improve the world’s understanding of potential efforts to lace…

Climate Scientist Nic Lewis: ‘European CO2 Emissions Don’t Matter’

From The GWPF Date: 09/03/19 Edwin Timmer, De Telegraaf To tackle global climate change it is far more important that fast-growing developing countries do more than any well-intentioned steps in…

Making Brazil Great Again “has scientists worried”… MBraGA!

Guest jab by David Middleton From the American Association for the Advancement of Science of America… Brazil’s new president has scientists worried. Here’s why By Herton EscobarJan. 22, 2019 ,…