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Climate Scientists Want to Ban Dissenting Views – Watts Up With That?

From NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT SEPTEMBER 28, 2022 By Paul Homewood A fundamentally flawed study claiming that scientific evidence of a climate crisis is lacking should be withdrawn from the peer-reviewed journal in which it was published, top climate scientists have told AFP. Appearing earlier this year in The European Physical Journal […]

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A Rare Opportunity to Recalibrate Priorities? – Watts Up With That?

by Vijay Jayaraj At least one developed economy is waking up from an energy slumber induced by the obsession with climate change. The new prime minister of the UK is seemingly leaving no stone unturned in her pursuit of energy liberation by appointing climate-skeptic ministers. Given the decade-long dominance of anti-fossil fuel policies in the […]

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Qi Li — Penn State Meteorology and Atmospheric Science

Abstract: Mesoscale climate models provide indispensable tools to understand land-atmosphere interactions over urban regions. However, uncertainties in urban canopy parameters (UCPs) and parameterization schemes lead to degraded representation of the drag effect in complex built terrains. In particular, for the widely applied single-layer urban canopy model (SLUCM) coupled with the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) […]

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The Other Dino-Killer? – Watts Up With That?

Guest “Geology Rocks!” by David Middleton Impact Crater off the African Coast May Be Linked to ChicxulubThe underwater crater, spotted serendipitously in commercial observations of seafloor sediments, is believed to have formed at roughly the same time as the famous Cretaceous-Paleogene impact event.By Katherine Kornei19 September 2022 In the world of impact craters, Chicxulub is […]

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Tropical Tidbits — [Wednesday] Hurricane Ian Bringing Catastrophic Impacts to Southwest Florida

Tropical Tidbits — [Wednesday] Hurricane Ian Bringing Catastrophic Impacts to Southwest Florida Posted by Levi at 12:28pm on September 28, 2022 « Previous Entry Basic HTML is allowed.

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Katriella Tenembaum — Penn State Meteorology and Atmospheric Science

(Penn State, Department of Meteorology) “Examining Extreme Precipitation Processes and Vertical Wind Shear in Typhoon Nesat (2017)” What GR Homepage MS Defense When Oct 20, 2022 03:00 PM Oct 20, 2022 06:00 PM Oct 20, 2022 from 03:00 p.m it 06:00 p.m Where 529 Walker Contact Name Katriella Tenembaum Contact email [email protected] Contact Phone 3016918142 […]

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“All of Europe’s Power Supply at Risk” …30% Of Computers Could Be Destroyed – Watts Up With That?

From the NoTricksZone By P Gosselin on 27. September 2022 German Auf1 site here interviews blackout expert Robert Jungnischke on Europe’s growing threat of an unprecedented wintertime blackout. Experts are almost unanimous that a blackout will occur, the only question that remains is when and how long it will be. Power grid and blackout expert […]

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Rising Global Temperatures Point to Widespread Drought – Watts Up With That?

More Playstation model science or perhaps the new term should be virtual reality.-cr Peer-Reviewed Publication UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA More frequent and longer-lasting droughts caused by rising global temperatures pose significant risks to people and ecosystems around the world – according to new research from the University of East Anglia (UEA). The study shows even […]

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Blockade Australia Charges Dismissed Because of Climate Insanity – Watts Up With That?

Essay by Eric Worrall Australia’s Lismore court accepted a Section 14 Mental Health defense – not guilty due to cognitive impairment or mental health issues. Blockade Australia Activist Mali Cooper Has Charges Dropped After Sydney Harbor Tunnel Protest by CHARLES RUSHFORTH 27 SEPTEMBER 2022 … Lismore local Mali Cooper was charged with willfully preventing free […]

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Which part of “economic” does the World Economic Forum not understand? – Watts Up With That?

Guest “Rhetorical question” by David Middleton If you can’t see why this is hilarious, you probably flunked economics (and basic arithmetic)… Wind and solar now employ as many workers as the oil sector. World Economic Forum on LinkedIn The LinkedIn post is accompanied by a cute YouTube video: The World Economic Forum, apparently thinks that […]

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