How big is the human influence on the low sea ice?

This winter sea ice is shockingly low, practically not existing in early March 2019. Why is there such a big difference between now and the first three war winters 1939/40ff. A previous post asked: “Europe winter free – Thank to off-shore windfarms” one year ago? Comparing the current sea ice conditions with those of long-term Continue Reading

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Ocean warming dominates the energy change for roughly 93%

About the aspect: Dimensions matter Posting: February 25, 2919 It looks miraculous how easily some scientists show how ocean temperatures behave.  But can it be taken seriously, if considering the vastness of the ocean, its low mean temperature (merely + 4°C), and its overriding impact on the global weather/climate system? Any research on global warming Continue Reading

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Religion and Science – What is Climate Science?

The trouble starts when sloppy language is used Posting February 09, 2019 The State of the Union speech by the President of the United States on Tuesday the 9th February 2019 was modest with regard to climate change. It had been different from his assertion during the election campaign in 2016. A few months ago Continue Reading

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Polar Vortex! Make Europe warmth the U.S.A. cold?

Distant Implication by the “Siberian Express”? Posted on 30th January 2018 (seven images added 01/31/19,  below) With an excerpt from the essay: Northern Europe’s Mild Winters, 2016  Temperatures plunged to minus 26°Celsius in Chicago and minus 35°C degrees in Madison, Wis., last night (01/30/19). A polar vortex is triggering the coldest Arctic outbreak in the Continue Reading

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Sun cycle and winter weather basically a mirage?

The warming of the ocean remains a wide open question Posting: January 25, 2019 Is there some movement now in the discussion about ocean warming? A research paper published, in Nature Geoscience (January 21, 2019],* the following assessment: There is no definite connection between the solar cycle and the North Atlantic Oscillation debunking the solar-cycle Continue Reading

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Europe’s Winter Drama January 1940 – UK’s Great Ice Storm

Thrown suddenly in the climatic boondocks – While meteorology is looking away Posting: January 19,  2019 What makes climate changing – Military activities in wars? The previous post was about „What is a winter in Europe?” Towards the end of January 1940, also the United Kingdom was severely affected. It came suddenly, unexpected, and without Continue Reading

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What is a winter in Europe?

A brief comparison between the early January 1940 and 2019  Posting: January 10, 2019 Our previous posting was about the question: “Is there another ‘Beast from the East’? The Met-Office considered it as possibility on January 03. More than a week later there is none, even though some places in Russia are currently cold but Continue Reading

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Winter forecast 2018/19 versus 1939/40

‘Beast from the East’ early in 2019? Post: 04 January 2019 “Is there another ‘Beast from the East’ on the way?” is a recent post on 3 January, 2019 by Met Office Press Office. An excerpt is given below in italic and blue.  At the moment there are little indication that this is more than a Continue Reading

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Turkey Earth Quake – 27. December 1939 – ~32’000 dead

1939 Erzincan earthquake struck on 27 December local time – magnitude of 7.8 Post: December 26, 2018 It seems time to ask science why the ignored a meteorological highly interesting weather conditions surrounding the 1939 Erzincan earthquake in December 1939. Due to Second World War Europe was in turmoil since 1st September 1939. Several highly Continue Reading

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Katowice on Climate Change – Adolf Hitler did it and the Conference ignores it!

How Naval War plunge Europe into Ice-Age condition after mere four months in January 1940. Post 12 December 2018 Several thousands of climate experts from around the world arrived for a conference on climate change, hoping to find a way the implementation of the Paris Agreement on climate change (adopted in December 2015). In Katowice, Continue Reading

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