Major new paleoclimatology study shows (claims) global warming has upended 6,500 years of cooling

Over the past 150 years, global warming has more than undone the global cooling that occurred over the past six millennia, according to a major study published June 30 in Nature Research’s Scientific Data, “Holocene global mean surface temperature, a multi-method reconstruction approach.”

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Catching the Alarmists in a Baldfaced Sea Level Lie

Guest “catching them lying through their teeth” by David Middleton Unprecedented and Worrying Rise in Sea Levels Poses Serious Threat to Coastal Cities TOPICS:Climate Change, Environment, Oceanography, Simon Fraser University By SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY JANUARY 1, 2020 A new study led by Simon Fraser University’s Dean of Science, Prof. Paul Kench, has discovered new evidence…

“History’s Greatest Sea is Dying”… Because Gratuitous Reference to Climate Change

Guest “I schist you not” by David Middleton GLOBALHistory’s Greatest Sea Is DyingThe failure of countries bordering the eastern Mediterranean helps explain the difficulty of carrying out successful climate-change negotiations. PETER SCHWARTZSTEINDECEMBER 14, 2019 Most of the world’s seas are in some kind of environmental trouble, but few have declined as quickly or from such…

NOAA Ecologist Re-arms Debunked Arctic Carbon Time Bomb

Guest slam dunk by David Middleton From the “I couldn’t make this sort of schist up, if I was trying files”… Scientists feared unstoppable emissions from melting permafrost. They may have already started.The Arctic is a ticking time bomb that’s close to going off. By Brian Resnick@B_resnickbrian@vox.com Dec 12, 2019 […] Every year, the National…

Revisiting Day One of the Cenozoic Era

Guest geology by David Middleton Cenozoic Era: The Era of New Life Who would have ever guessed that details about the first day of the Cenozoic Era might have been preserved the stratigraphic record? Sep 09, 2019Rocks at Asteroid Impact Site Record First Day of Dinosaur Extinction AUSTIN, Texas — When the asteroid that wiped…

Toba Superuption: Perfect Analogy to the “Climate Crisis”

Guest “never mind” by David Middleton From Real Clear Science… How Did Humans Survive Our Near Extinction?By Ross Pomeroy – RCP Staff Roughly 75,000 years ago, Indonesia exploded. A great supervolcano in Sumatra erupted, spewing an estimated 2,800 cubic kilometers of magma and rock into the air. Ash may have been deposited as far as the Indian Ocean, the…

No Hockey Sticks: Studies Reveal Long-Term Lack of Warming

A new temperature reconstruction, using proxy temperature measurements from locations in central Asia, has revealed that there has been no warming in the past 432 years. by Vijay Jayaraj The Global Warming “Hiatus” or Pause The word “hiatus” became popular in recent years after the discovery of a pause or hiatus in global warming. There…