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Started by metmike - May 12, 2023, 2:49 a.m.

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                Started by metmike - March 20, 2023, 5:50 p.m.


Thorough analysis by Clintel shows serious errors in latest IPCC report

Amsterdam, 9 May 2023


* IPCC hides good news about disaster losses and climate-related deaths
* IPCC wrongly claimed the estimate of climate sensitivity is above 2.5
°C; it is more likely below 2°C
* IPCC misleads policy makers by focusing on an implausible worst-case emissions scenario
* Errors in the AR6 report are worse than those that led to the IAC Review in 2010

By metmike - May 12, 2023, 4:25 p.m.
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Entire Global Food Supply at Risk From Disastrous Response to So-Called ‘Nitrogen Crisis’

metmike: Look at the graph above and point out where the so called climate crisis is reducing global food production, which they have been insisting on for the last couple of decades.

It's their response to the fake climate crisis that will reduce food production and do all the damage, since fossil fuels are greening the planet and massively increasing crop yields.

Death by Greening:


    Mike Maguire       

        May 12, 2023 1:11 pm                

Another secret about fossil fuelsThe Haber-Bosch Process

“Referred to by some as the most important technological advance of the 20th century….Between 3 and 5 percent of the world’s annual natural gas production – roughly 1 to 2 percent of the world’s annual energy supply – is converted using the process to produce more than 500 million tons of nitrogen fertilizer, which is believed to sustain about 40 percent of the world’s 7 billion people. Approximately half of the protein in today’s humans originated with nitrogen fixed through the Haber-Bosch process”

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                Reply to             Mike Maguire        

        May 12, 2023 1:14 pm        

A brief history of U.S.corn yield growth since the 1860s Notable growth in yields was seen after the adoption of modern fertilizers in the 1940s, which made drought years esp. in the 1980s stand out more than before (compare with 1930s Dust Bowl for example).

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By metmike - May 14, 2023, 10:51 p.m.
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Polar bears in W. Hudson Bay are in good shape, says researcher. So are numbers really falling?

Spring WH bear reports


Andrew Derocher and his team of students from University of Alberta have been monitoring WH polar bears for years. They go out every spring, in April, to tag and collar bears. Derocher communicates almost exclusively via Twitter, so there is seldom anything more than brief snippets of information provided. Links below to his original tweets: 

Spring 2023 – bears reported in good condition 

Spring 2022 – bears reported in good condition 

Spring 2021 – no field work but a population survey was done that fall 

Spring 2020 – no field work but a number of bears left the ice as late as the 1980s, in mid-to-late Augus

Spring 2019 – bears reported in good condition and left the ice in August, as late as 1980s