Today: 13.Aug.2020

Fritz Vahrenholt, PhD Chemistry: How did the scientists come together (to oppose catastrophic man-made global warming hysteria) ? The Dutch climate researcher and geophysicist Professor Guus Berkhout took the initiative and wrote to critics of climate models in various countries, including me. We then promoted the text among colleagues. It’s interesting to note that there are about 150 Italian researchers on the lists, about 100 Americans and 70 Dutch, but only 14 Germans. In Germany, the mainstream is particularly dominant – one no longer dares to go against the party line.

What makes you so confident? The greening effect of CO2 is overlooked – or concealed. We should take note of the fact that the emission of greenhouse gases stimulates photosynthesis and, as a result the Sahel zone is getting greener, for example. In recent years, global photosynthesis has increased by 20 percent. Leaves are getting bigger, but also fruit and wheat grains. You cannot conceal these facts forever. Incidentally, without CO2 life on earth would literally suffocate.

Published in Germany

Fritz Vahrenholt, PhD Chemistry: Die durchschnittliche Temperaturerhöhung auf dem Globus von 1981 bis Februar 2020 betrug 0,14 °C pro Jahrzehnt..... Insgesamt geht einher die Frage, wieviel trägt die Natur und wieviel trägt der Mensch zur Klimaänderung unserer Tage bei. Die Frage nach dem jeweiligen Anteil ist alles andere als beantwortet.

A computer translation has been appended after the original German. Computer translations still make glaring errors and don't result in smooth English. An attempt was made to correct serious technical errors and put some sentences into better English.

Published in Germany

Principia Scientific, author Edward Ring: According to BBC writer Jonathan Amos, Earth’s great ice sheets, Greenland and Antarctica, are now losing mass six times faster than they were in the 1990s thanks to warming conditions. To focus on Antarctica, the report in Nature claimed Antarctica is losing, in recent years, 190 gigatons of ice per year, an amount that supposedly portends an ominous future for coastal cities around the world. But the total ice mass of Antarctica is generally estimated at 26.5 million gigatons. This means that the participating scientists claim they can observe a change in the total ice mass of Antarctica of one seven millionths per year. You can’t even make an easily comprehensible fraction for an amount this infinitesimal. Expressed using decimals, it’s .000007. It doesn’t take a scientist to wonder if these scientists aren’t jumping to conclusions. This amount of change is way below the noise level.”

Published in UK

Harold Doiron, Ph.D. Chairman, The Right Climate Stuff Research Team (Retired NASA scientists and engineers): "Virtually all astronauts that ever flew, owe their lives to Hal Doiron’s work." "He led a life of stunning achievement and engineering brilliance, devoted to NASA and the United States that he loved!"

Published in USA