Google Screens Your Climate Info

Science Matters

Jimmy Dore reports in the above video on collusion between UN and Google to control public access to climate information .  Below is a transcript from the closed captions.  JD is the host with some asides from Kurt Metzger (KM)  The UN spokesperson is Melissa Fleming (MF), United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications. Text in italics with my bolds and added images.

JD: It turns out Google is the richest company in the history of humanity–did you know that Google gets more money than Exxon, more money than Apple. They have more money than Tesla, they have a lot of money.   “Google teams up with the UN for verified climate information.” So this is an article from the United Nations, This is from April 22nd of last year.

KM: Well I hope they fight nitrogen deniers.

JD:  So I don’t know if we covered this, which is…

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The Challenge: Replacing The Supply Chain That Supports Humanity

PA Pundits International

By Ronald Stein ~

Only a handful of individuals have ever seen or touched crude oil, but every one of the 8 billion on this planet is enjoying the products made from the oil derivatives manufactured from that black gold.

Chemical products, such as plastics, solvents, medical supplies, and fertilizers, are essential for supporting modern lifestyles.

The world is trying to transition away from fossil fuels, but the ruling class are not yet cognizant of the limitations of solar and wind. The elephant in the room that no one wants to talk about is that wind and solar only generate electricity but manufacture absolutely nothing for society. This 1-minute video is short, educational, and entertaining and has already been viewed by more than 800,000 on social media

Over the last 200 years when the world populated from 1 to 8 billion, we learned that crude oil is virtually…

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El Niño on the way?

Tallbloke's Talkshop

The SIS Group surveys the recently active commentary/prediction scene, finishing with climate alarm central aka the UN. Elsewhere, NOAA’s ENSO blog explains Why making El Niño forecasts in the spring is especially anxiety-inducing. Warmists are willing one to get going soon.
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The story begins at  … rapid ocean temperature changes are on the way as the planet moves from a persistant La Niña position into El Niño conditions.

This will please the alarmists as global ocean temperatures appear to be a forewarning of El Niño – the only few times in the last 25 years that there has been an upward spike in global temperatures.

Mostly, it has flatlined.

Continued here.

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Grounded – France bans short-haul flights to cut ‘carbon’ emissions

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CO2 is not pollution
France is scared of the vital trace gas carbon dioxide, or so its government leads us to believe.
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France has banned domestic short-haul flights where train alternatives exist, in a bid to cut carbon emissions, reports BBC News.

The law came into force two years after lawmakers had voted to end routes where the same journey could be made by train in under two-and-a-half hours.

The ban all but rules out air travel between Paris and cities including Nantes, Lyon and Bordeaux, while connecting flights are unaffected.

Critics have described the latest measures as “symbolic bans”.

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Tom Burke


By Paul Homewood

Farage does his best, but allows Burke to get away with too many facile claims. Most of it is straight out of the AEP playbook:

  • Renewables are super cheap
  • Batteries are cheap
  • Hydrogen is wonderful
  • Subsidies are not subsidies but investment

Farage points out that it is the poor who are most affected by the obscene subsidies paid out to renewable generators, which Burke does not dispute. Instead he deflects by claiming it will all be worth it in the long run. What he fails to explain though is why renewable energy still needs subsidies, mandates and carbon taxes to be competitive , if it is so cheap.

Burke then goes onto complain that we have not got enough battery storage, without being challenged over the fact it cannot run the grid for the days on end when the wind fails.

He then says we should insulate…

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It’s worse than we thought: there are only five years left

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Old monkeyface emailed me to say: No, not five years of planetary existence! We have only five years left before the climate emergency unravels entirely.

How do I get to that prediction? We all know how hard predictions are, especially about the future. Well, I base it all on the fundamental observation that the planet has cycles and whether we understand them or not those cycles are going to carry on cycling, and we really should just get used to it.

Now radiative physics is pretty straightforward, but the whole climate emergency is based on a substantial amplification of the modest (and probably beneficial) warming that the recent increase in carbon dioxide concentrations has allegedly contributed to. And the climate klaxons are blaring full blast because people seem to believe that the earth (which has been around a while) is teetering on the edge of countless precipices. Should we cross…

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Michael Mann: You Cannot Be Serious!

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By Dr. John Happs ~

“Apart from being a tetchy, hotheaded, rude, bullying, cackhanded, ignorant, malevolent and embarrassingly useless excuse for a scientist, Professor Michael Mann – the guy behind the serially-discredited Hockey Stick – is also the most outrageous liar.”       (journalist James Delingpole)

Dr. Michael Mann

In 2023, Dr. Michael Mann was interviewed on campus for the Pennsylvania State University publication Penn Today.  That interview established 3 things:

  1. That Penn Today is prepared to believe and publish just about anything Mann says about climate change, without checking the facts;
  2. Mann is in complete denial about his “hockey stick” temperature graph that was initially displayed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and later removed when it was shown to be fabricated;
  3. Mann admires other environmental alarmists such as Paul Ehrlich and Rachel Carson.

In a recent interview with Michael Mann, Penn Today unashamedly reported that Mann…

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Mud volcano discovered in the Barents Sea

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Credit: Norman Einstein @ Wikipedia
An expedition co-leader said the team found thousands of methane seeps. The ocean floor is still very much unexplored territory.
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Scientists from UiT, the Arctic University of Norway, in partnership with REV Ocean, have discovered the second ever mud volcano found within Norwegian waters.

This unusual geological phenomenon was discovered onboard the research vessel Kronprins Haakon with the piloted submersible vehicle ROV Aurora in the Southwestern Barents Sea at the outer part of Bjørnøyrenna (Outer Bear Island Trough).

It lies at approximately 70 nautical miles south of Bear Island and at 400m depth.

“Seeing an underwater mud eruption in real time reminded me how “alive” our planet is,” says Professor Giuliana Panieri, expedition leader and Principal Investigator of the AKMA project.

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Facebook Censoring The Inconvenient Truth About Antarctic Temperatures


By Paul Homewood


When you click on SEE WHY, this comes up:


And this is the story the Facebook censors don’t want you to see:


Quite why Facebook would want to rely on the USA Today for its source of science is a mystery. Perhaps they should have actually checked what real scientists are saying:


In this paper, we investigate whether the high orography of the Antarctic ice sheet (AIS) has helped delay warming over the continent. To that end, we contrast the Antarctic climate response to CO2-doubling with present-day orography to the response with a flattened AIS. To corroborate our findings, we perform this exercise with two different climate models. We find that, with a flattened AIS, CO2-doubling induces more latent heat transport toward the Antarctic continent, greater moisture convergence over the continent and, as a result, more surface-amplified condensational heating. Greater moisture convergence…

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