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Climate alarmists accuse IPCC of ‘watering down’ disaster predictions (again)
Chicken Little has been accused of pulling his punches by the Committed Alliance of Catastrophic Knowledge, a self interest group that polices wrongthink.

Known apocalyptic zealot, king of hyperbole and cataclysm communicator Bob Ward said

“Little is known for downplaying the worst impacts of the sky falling down and has led scientific authors to omit crucial information from the summary for policymakers.”

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Déjà vu – another amusing outbreak of paranoia from the ranks of overheating climate obsessives who think the weather depends on how much fuel is burnt, or something.

Climate alarmists are alarmed that a new IPCC report to be released on 8 October by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will reject their apocalyptic rhetoric and disaster predictions, says The GWPF.

They blame IPCC scientists for deliberately downplaying the danger of global warming in order to placate the Trump Administration and some of its fossil fuel allies.

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Hurricane Florence is not climate change or global warning. It’s just the weather–Roy Spencer

Now it’s fashionable to blame stalling hurricanes on global warming. In the case of Florence, the jet stream is indeed pushed farther north. But examination of a weather map of the atmospheric flow at an altitude of 18,000 feet shows the jet stream is pushed farther south over western North America.

Now climate change is making activists meteorologists unable to read weather charts.


By Paul Homewood


Even before Hurricane Florence made landfall somewhere near the border of North and South Carolina, predicted damage from potentially catastrophic flooding from the storm was already being blamed on global warming.

Writing for NBC News, Kristina Dahl contended, “With each new storm, we are forced to question whether this is our new, climate change-fueled reality, and to ask ourselves what we can do to minimize the toll from supercharged storms.”

The theory is that tropical cyclones have slowed down in their speed by about 10 percent over the past 70 years due to a retreat of the jet stream farther north, depriving storms of steering currents and making them stall and keep raining in one location. This is what happened with Hurricane Harvey in Houston last year.

But like most claims regarding global warming, the real effect is small, probably temporary, and most likely due to natural…

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Trump adds physicist Will Happer, climate science opponent, to White House staff

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The climate alarmist targets of the professor’s ‘glassy-eyed cultists‘ jibe won’t take kindly to this. If their chances of selling fast-approaching doom and gloom to the President were low before, they must be close to zero now.

Princeton academic has said carbon dioxide buildup benefits planet.

William Happer, a physics professor and vocal critic of mainstream climate science, has joined the White House as a top adviser, says Sciencemag.

Happer, 79, told E&E News in email that he began serving yesterday on the National Security Council as the senior director for emerging technologies.

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Met Office’s Hottest Summer Claims Disproved By CET

Hmm 🤔


By Paul Homewood

The Met Office has now officially declared this summer as the joint hottest on record in the UK:


Update: Having further assessed the temperature data for the UK as a whole for summer 2018 the figures are so close that we are declaring it as the joint hottest on record together with 2006, 2003 and 1976.

They also confirm that it was the hottest in England, with a mean temperature of 17.16C, versus 17.01C in 1976.

As I pointed out a few days ago, this all seems very strange, because the CET only ranks this summer as 5th warmest, 0.50C less than in 1976, and not even as hot as 1826:


CET Average Mean Temperatures

Of course, Central England is not the UK, nor even England. Nevertheless, as Scotland, Wales, N Ireland and the north of England were nowhere near record temperatures, there appeared to…

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