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Bordeaux Winemakers Optimistic on ’17 Quality After Frost Damage – Is Global warming Over?

“Bordeaux winemakers harvested healthy, ripe grapes this year even after the worst frosts in a quarter-century hit vineyards in April and significantly reduced the amount available for bottling, according to vintners interviewed this month.” Source: Bordeaux Winemakers Optimistic on ’17 … Continue reading

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Two penguin chicks from colony of 36,000 survive Antarctic breeding season | Hot-wet-cold-dry to Blame?

Just two penguin chicks from colony of 36,000 survive catastrophic Antarctic breeding season “A colony of more than 36,000 Adelie penguins in Antarcticasuffered a catastrophic breeding season with just two chicks surviving, experts have said. The disaster for the colony … Continue reading

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AP Excluded Quotes From Climate Story

It wasn’t the narrative he was looking for Source: AP Excluded Quotes From Climate Story | The Daily Caller “An Associated Press reporter sent some questions to Dr. Roger Pielke Jr. about what role global warming played in this year’s … Continue reading

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Is 2017 the Worst Hurricane Season Ever? | Time.com

Is 2017 the Worst Hurricane Season Ever? | Time.com Deadliest mainland U.S. hurricane seasons, 1900 to present Rank Year Major Hurricanes Deaths Damage (billions) 1 1900 Galveston Hurricane, TX 8,000 $104.3 2 1928 Okeechobee Hurricane, FL 2,500 $35.3 3 2005 … Continue reading

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The Paris Climate Agreement | .3 F by 2100 Costing $100,000,000,000. That’s $100 Trillion!

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Climate Models – 1 Week Hurricane Models Fail. 10 Year Climate Models are Pure Fiction.

Climate Models Can’t Even Approximate Reality Because Atmospheric Structure and Movements are Virtually Unknown | Watts Up With That? “Climate models are abstract models, except they are made up of a multiple of models all interacting with each other. Those … Continue reading

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Cuba after Irma

Source: Mick Hartley: Cuba after Irma Flooding at the edge of the world

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