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What is happening to CAMS data on methane?

What is happening to CAMS data on methane?

I don’t foray so frequently into observations of the Arctic ice but Margo has just alerted me to this. This is today’s surface methane readings from today.  There have been no readings since the 1 December. Here is a comparison with Margo’s last analysis However, it was the view at 500 hPa that blew my mind. A couple of years ago CAMS made an adjustment to the colour ledger to make it appear things appeared better than what they were….

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Positive feedbacks in the climate

Positive feedbacks in the climate

Burned-out Forests Are Not Re-Growing Trees are not re-growing in burned-out forests. This strange occurrence is becoming more frequent as global warming turns verdant flora into flammable tinder, causing more and bigger wild forests fires. This article will examine the science behind failure of trees to regrow in burned-out forests. Additionally, and as a collateral issue, this puts one more distorted face on the consequential impact of the multi-billion dollar business called “woody biomass,” which burns trees in place of…

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A consideration of contradictory narratives

A consideration of contradictory narratives

I first learned about what was then called the Greenhouse Effect sitting in a cafe in Bangkok, Thailand in 1988. With some gaps I have been immersed in what is now called ‘climate change‘ (although I prefer “global warming‘) since then, especially since 2012. My health has declined to a point now that I am unable to do the detailed research I once could. I tend these days to eschew anything that is not actual and come to realise that…

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Climate News from Siberia

Climate News from Siberia

Unlike the western media which is full of propaganda about what COULD happen unless we accept the agenda set out for us and imposed on the population. Snow on strike in the world’s coldest region, as temperatures in Siberia go 4 to 12C above the norm By The Siberian Times reporter 03 November 2021 Locals in southern Yakutia share surprise over bare ground, as Russia’s leading meteorologist says some areas of Siberia are 12C too mild. Bare ground outside the town…

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Official report: “Arctic ice at highest minimum since 2014”

Official report: “Arctic ice at highest minimum since 2014”

Scroll down to listen to Margo’s report. Here are a few off-the-cuff comments of my own. It would seem that, according to the experts, the melt season is over in the Arctic and once again, just when it looked dire we are once again “saved by the bell” and are now being told that the ice is in the best shape since 2014 and we are expected to take them at their word.  For the first years of covering climate…

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Ice is melting at 88 degrees North

Ice is melting at 88 degrees North

All the Near Term Human Extinction death cult people will be getting ready to call a large party at this graph. “We’re safe for another year!” Reality, which they never ever check tell us otherwise. Today was one of the days where the cloud has dissipated to a level where one can see what is really happening – and it is much as I said in my previous video. The ice is breaking up throughout much of the region north…

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Rapidly-deteriorating ice in the Arctic

Rapidly-deteriorating ice in the Arctic

The whole of the Arctic basin is covered in heavy cloud, covering up what is happening to the ice. We can get a clue from an area to the NE of Greenland where the Naval site shows some of the very last thick ice (2 meters thick) remains. If that is happening there what is the thick cloud covering up? This is very alarming.   This is from the only area that is relatively free of cloud today. Perhaps if…

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“Old ice” breaking up north of Greenland

“Old ice” breaking up north of Greenland

All this has been behind heavy cloud From Sam Carana –    Sea ice (or rather the lack of it) north of Greenland on August 9, 2021. This is where years ago the thickest sea ice was located. The melt season will continue for more than one month time, to half September, so the situation is very worrying, as the disappearing thickness means that the buffer is gone, i.e. that the latent heat tipping point of Arctic sea ice has…

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News from the Arctic

News from the Arctic

Methane, Sea Ice & Climate Roundup with Margo (August 8, 2021) MY OWN OBSERVATIONS As usual the sea ice extent figures tell us very little.   When we can see very little from the satellites it is the US Navy representation of sea ice thickness that tells me most of what is actually happening The Nares Strait has opened up which provides a way of ice escaping. It is very cloudy but you can see the state of the ice…

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