Real Climate Science

“The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by an endless series of hobgoblins, most of them imaginary.”– H. L. Mencken

1,500 Years Of Heatwaves

Gaillard’s Medical Journal – Google Books
18 Jul 1852, 7 – The Observer at
17 Jul 1852, 7 – The Hampshire Advertiser at
21 Aug 1901, Page 3 – Shelby County Herald at


IN 637 the heat was so great in France and Germany that all springs dried up, and water became so scarce that many people died of thirst.

In 873 work in the field had to be given up ; agricultural labourers persisting in their work were struck down in a few minutes, so powerful was the sun.

In 993 the sun’s rays were so fierce that vegetation burned up as under the action of fire.

In 1000 rivers ran dry under the protracted heat ; the fish were left dry in heaps, and putrified in a few hours. The stench that ensued produced the plague.

Men and animals venturing in the sun in the summer of 1022 fell down dying; the throat parched to a tinder and the blood rushed to the brain.

In 1132 not only did the rivers dry up but the ground cracked on every side, and became baked to the hardness of stone. The Rhine in Alsace nearly dried up.

Italy was visited with terrific heat in 1139; vegetations and plants were burned up.

During the battle of Bela, in 1260, there were more victims made by the sun than by weapons; men fell down sunstruck in regular rows.

In 1303 and 1304 the Rhine, Loire, and Seine ran dry.

Scotland suffered particularly in 1625; men and beasts die in scores.

The heat in several French departments during the summer of 1705 was equal to that in a glass furnace. Meat could be cooked by merely exposing it to the sun. Not a soul dared venture out between noon and 4 p.m.

In 1718 the thermometer rose to 118 deg.

In 1779 the heat at Bologna was so great that a great number of people was stifled. There was not sufficient air for the breath, and people had to take refuge under-ground.

In July, 1793, the heat became intolerable. Vegetables were burned up, and fruit dried upon the trees. The furniture and woodwork in dwelling-houses cracked and split up; meat went bad in an hour.

The rivers ran dry in several provinces during 1811; expedients had to be devised for the grinding of corn.

In 1822 a protracted heat was accompanied by storms and earthquakes; during the drought legions of mice overran Lorraine and Alsace, committing incalculable damage.

In 1832 the heat brought about cholera in France; 20,000 persons fell victims to the visitation in Paris alone.

In 1846 the thermometer marked 125 deg. in the sun.

29 Nov 1888 – A RECORD OF HOT SUMMERS. – Trove

50C (122F) in 1930

p2 – 30 Aug 1930 – The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 – 1947) – Trove

48C (118F) in 1773

Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 24, 1906, Page 8, Image 8 « Historic Oregon Newspapers
25 Jan 1899 – “HEAT” WAVES THAT HAVE BEEN. – Trove

Meanwhile, people in British Columbia are terrified by nice weather.

bctoday on Twitter: dworry about it? Should we stop describing it as “nice” weather? 

1934 – Worldwide Drought, Poles Melting, England To Drown, Freak Weather

NASA and NOAA had good reason to make the heat of 1934 disappear. The heat and drought was global, the Arctic was dissolving, England was going to drown, and the whole world had “freak weather.”  If people knew about that, it would wreck their global warming scam.

NASA 1999    NASA 2019
03 Feb 1934 – “WORLD HEATING UP.” – Trove

1934 and 1936 were unprecedented years for heat and drought in US. But the extreme weather wasn’t just in the US – it was global.  Click on the 1934 LA Times below to see it full sized.

30 Dec 1934, Page 13 – The Los Angeles Times at

During 1934, the world experienced unprecedented drought and heat.

22 Jun 1934, Page 3 – Hartford Courant at
22 Jun 1934 – EARTH GROWING WARMER – Trove
04 Jun 1934 – WORLD DROUGHT – Trove
19 Jul 1934 – DROUGHT IN ENGLAND. – Trove
03 Jan 1934 – GRIPPED BY DROUGHT – Trove
25 May 1934 – DROUGHT IN S.A. – Trove
31 May 1934 – CROP FAILURES IN RUSSIA – Trove
07 Jun 1934 – LONDON’S WORST DROUGHT IN 180 YEARS – Trove
31 May 1934 – [?] WAVE. WHOLE WORLD AFFECTED. – Trove
07 Jun 1934 – ANTARCTIC HEAT WAVE. – Trove
The Southeast Missourian – Google News Archive Search
Gettysburg Times – Google News Archive Search
12 May 1934, 13 – The Guardian at
19 Jan 1934, Page 10 – The Sydney Morning Herald at
05 Jun 1934, Page 5 – The News-Chronicle at
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1970’s Global Cooling Scare

January 30, 1961 – NYTimes – search nation, world, technology and Washington area news archives.
U.S. Scientist Sees New Ice Age Coming

Front Page of the New York Times, July 18, 1970. US and Soviet scientists were worried about Arctic cooling and expanding Arctic ice, and wanted to melt the Arctic by spreading coal dust on it.

U.S. and Soviet Press Studies of a Colder Arctic – The New York Times
09 Mar 1980, 4 – The Dispatch at
15 Apr 1973, 59 – The Post-Crescent at
11 Oct 1975, Page 41 – Daily Independent Journal at
14 Apr 1973, Page 8 – Iowa City Press-Citizen
22 Jun 1976, Page 5 – The High Point Enterprise at
21 Jul 1974, 13 – The Des Moines Register at
12 Jun 1975, Page 10 – The Ogden Standard-Examiner at
March 1, 1975 | Science News
TIME Magazine Archive Article — Another Ice Age? — Jun. 24, 1974
March 2, 1975 – B-r-r-r-r: New Ice Age on way soon? | Chicago Tribune Archive
U.S. and Soviet Press Studies of a Colder Arctic – The New York Times
29 Jan 1974, 5 – The Guardian at

The Director at the National Center for Atmospheric Research and his leading scientist were pushing global cooling.

12 Jun 1974, Page 20 – at
The Genesis Strategy – The New York Times
The National Geographic Archive | November 1976 | page 1
TimesMachine: December 29, 1974 –
21 Jul 1974, 13 – The Des Moines Register at

Climate experts wanted to melt the Arctic to stop global cooling.

10 May 1979, 7 – Calgary Herald at
International Team of Specialists Finds No End in Sight to 30‐Year Cooling Trend in Northern Hemisphere – The New York Times
25 Nov 1981, 13 – Chicago Tribune at
Global ecology : readings toward a rational strategy for man / edited by John P. Holdren, Paul R. Eh… | National Library of Australia

A year earlier, Holdren’s co-author (Paul Ehrlich) said the US would run out of water by 1974 and food by 1980.

06 Oct 1970, Page 3 – Redlands Daily Facts at

Ehrlich and the United Nations wanted to poison Africans to save the planet.

A STERILITY DRUG IN FOOD IS HINTED – Biologist Stresses Need to Curb Population Growth – Article –

Just like now, Holdren’s goal was to choke off the US energy supply.

The Windsor Star – Google News Archive Search

Holdren now forecasts ice-free winters in the Arctic.

…if you lose the summer sea ice, there are phenomena that could lead you not so very long thereafter to lose the winter sea ice as well. And if you lose that sea ice year round, it’s going to mean drastic climatic change all over the hemisphere.

– John Holdren, 2009 at the 18:54 mark of this CBC interview

This is all very inconvenient for the criminals known as the climate science community, so they simply tried to erase it – by claiming the ice age scare never occurred.

How the “Global Cooling” Story Came to Be – Scientific American

These people are not scientists. They are dangerous psychopaths, and need to be removed from any position where they can hurt other people.

Real Climate Science


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  1. This week’s email is about the essay “How to Disagree” (by Paul Graham).

    The essay proposes the following hierarchy of disagreement, going from the lowest forms of argumentation to the highest:

    *Namecalling- this involves just insulting the person who made a certain argument.

    *Ad hominem- this involves attacking the person who made the argument rather than the argument itself, in a way that is more thoughtful than mere namecalling, but that still doesn’t contribute much to the discussion.
    *Responding to tone- this involves addressing the argument being made, but focusing on its style rather than content.

    *Contradiction- this involves responding to an argument by presenting an opposing argument, with little or no supporting evidence.

    *Counterargument- this involves presenting an opposing argument together with supporting evidence, but without properly addressing the original argument.

    *Refutation- this involves properly refuting the original argument, by addressing it directly using proper evidence.

    *Refuting the central point- this involves addressing the key point that the original argument was meant to convey.

    A visual summary of this hierarchy is available here:


    1. Book Review: Patrick Moore, ‘Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom’
      By David Mason-Jones

      With the Glasgow summit drawing near we face an unrelenting onslaught from parts of the media to convince us that the outcome is a foregone conclusion. According to one media editor, not only is it a foregone conclusion but it is also our chance to be on the right or wrong side of history.

      Under the same general line of persuasion, we are pushed to accept the implication that those who don’t agree are vacuous brained, laggers, incapable of understanding or accepting science, not caring about the environment and so mentally stuck-in-the-mud that they are incapable of accepting change. This media pounding affects from time to time I sometimes feel defeated by all the spin. I get exasperated that this issue seems driven by emotional ‘reasoning’ (if that’s not a contradiction of terms) rather than the detached process of observations about the real world, collection of data, testing of hypotheses and deductive reasoning.

      What a wonderful thing it was therefore to read Patrick Moore’s recent book, ‘Fake invisible catastrophes and threats of doom’ ISBN-85685955-0-2 published by Ecosense Environmental Inc.

      The wonderful aspect is that here is a person with impeccable environmental credentials stretching way back to the start of the global warming scare, and beyond, who reveals a story of conversion. Having been a co-founder of Greenpeace itself, and a member of its governing board for many years, Moore’s commitment to a healthy environment is beyond rational dispute. He has however changed his mind from the position touted by the organisation he once helped to form and nurture in its early years. He changed by a process of intellectual and scientific enquiry where he has researched the claims and emotion-laden statements about the state of the planet and the role of carbon dioxide plays. He simply finds the evidence for catastrophe lacking. Indeed, he finds the exact opposite to be the truth.

      Moore reveals an interesting insight at the start of the book. Instead of going straight into a set-piece analysis of factors supposedly contributing to, or ‘proving’, the human caused global warming hypothesis, he poses a question. He asks the reader to ponder why it is that so many of the so-called proofs of the warming hypothesis are based on things that are either invisible or inaccessible to the average person. In the invisible category he cites carbon dioxide and radiation and in the remote category he cites Polar Bears and coral reefs. As average people find it hard to carry out a Polar Bear count, they are forced to rely on, and trust, the ‘experts’ who have the financial backing and incentive to perpetuate the story.

      When I read Moore’s insight ab out invisible and remote things, I was hooked for the rest of the book. I assure others that they also will be hooked, right to the end of the last chapter.

      Moore develops chapters on the Great Barrier Reef, which, incidentally, even the Australian Institute of Marine Science says is in good order, the geological record of carbon dioxide levels during times of high carbon dioxide and periods of low carbon dioxide, the asserted link between carbon dioxide levels and atmospheric temperature rises and falls, the impossibility of the Oceans becoming acid, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch which, those who have gone looking for it just can’t find. Of course, Polar Bears get a big mention.

      In chapter after chapter Patrick dismantles the false claims with withering logic. He supports his case by reference to published scientific studies and multiple maps and graphs.

      All this is done generally without rancour and personal attacks – a refreshing change to what you will hear on much of the media about the fear of global warming. I say ‘generally’ because there is one major instance where he drops his reluctance to make it personal and this comes in the last chapter. For fear of spoiling the ending by telling everyone the bizarre situation in the last chapter, I will not reveal it. I’ll just advise readers to get the book and read it for yourselves – you will not be disappointed.

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      1. Royal Rife

        Royal Raymond Rife, June 1931 – Popular Science Magazine
        Royal Raymond Rife (May 16, 1888 – August 5, 1971) was an American inventor and early exponent of high-magnification time-lapse cine-micrography.[1][2]

        He is best known for a claimed ‘beam ray’ invention during the 1930s, which he thought could treat some diseases by “devitalizeing disease organisms” through vibration. The technology he described is now classified as a type of radionics device which has been rejected as an effective medical treatment.

        Years after his death, devices that professed to use Rife’s processes were marketed, manufactured and sold in several countries as a cure for cancer, AIDS, and other conditions. Many patients died after using these discredited devices, including persons that could have survived using conventional beneficial therapies, and multiple promoters were convicted of health fraud and sent to prison.

        2021 – NEW LIGHT THERAPIES

        Big Pharma Beware: Dr. Montagnier Shines New Light on COVID-19 and The Future of Medicine

        Matthew Ehret

        Early last April, Dr. Luc Montagnier, the Nobel-prize winning virologist who led a team including Dr. Judy Mikovitz in sequences the HIV virus in 1983, made waves by claiming that COVID-19 had the markings of a laboratory-grown creation. If this is proven true, then the entire narrative for the coordinated global shutdown of the world economy, mass quarantining, and vaccination protocols being pushed by the WHO, and World Economic Forum are not just wrong, but potentially criminally so.

        While Dr. Montagnier was joined by dozens of leading health professionals, virologists and bioweapons specialists in the ensuing months, his remarks were met with the greatest scorn. While Montagnier was viciously attacked as a quack conspiracy theories below contempt, the Atlantic Council (NATO connected think tank) even recently launched a counter attack labelling the Nobel Prize winner as a “super spreader of COVID-19 conspiracy theories”.


    2. In today’s episode of the Great Game, V and I unpack the most recent developments surrounding the events of FLOP26, the evil lurking behind the green agenda, the geopolitical paradigms clashing between open vs closed systems. We additionally spend some time treating the question of epistemological warfare, and the role of Aleister Crowley in shaping the counter-culture movement that so deeply affected the western zeitgeist during the 1960s.


      1. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is an odorless, colorless gas. It is a waste product made by your body. Your blood carries carbon dioxide to your lungs. You breathe out carbon dioxide and breathe in oxygen all day, every day, without thinking about it. A CO2 blood test measures the amount of carbon dioxide in your blood.

        Plants do breathe – they give out carbon dioxide and absorb oxygen from the air that surrounds them. … Carbon dioxide is absorbed and oxygen is produced. In order to study respiration in green plants we must block out the light, because although green plants respire all the time they only photosynthesize in the light.


      2. 1,000 Years of Glacial Ice Reveal ‘Prosperity and Peril’ in Europe
        7 hours ago Charles Rotter 27 Comments
        Evidence preserved in glaciers provides continuous climate and vegetation records during major historical events

        Peer-Reviewed Publication


        Research base camp at Colle Gnifetti

        This press release and accompanying multimedia are available online at:


    3. COP26 discusses the heat, when cold is on the way !

      The Climate Panel IPCC addresses the wrong problem
      In the lead-up to the climate conference in Glasgow we have been inundated with descriptions of the catastrophic future the IPCC has calculated for us in their computer simulations and “climate models”. But they’ve been addressing the wrong problem!

      When I had managed the final exam for my Master of Engineering degree, my professor gave me this admonition:

      Sture, now you have learned to calculate the answers to the questions. But in real life you will have to write the questions and choose the right problems on which to calculate.

      The IPCC have chosen the wrong problem. They have tried to calculate how the atmosphere changes depending on the concentration of carbon dioxide. Since weather and climate are completely chaotic, such calculations are extremely unsure. In the latest report, AR6, they have included some influence from the Sun.

      BUT, the oceans represent ca 99 percent of the total capacity to store heat above the Earth’s crust. So the climate is determined more by what happens in the oceans than in the atmosphere. Heatwise, the oceans are so ”dense” that a ”tipping point”, which suddenly throws the climate into a new state, is physically impossible. It takes a thousand years for some ocean currents to make a complete circuit.

      What happens in the atmosphere

      What happens in the oceans

      What happens in the solar system

      The IPCC have concentrated on the least important problem. Solar research today points to clear signs of an approaching cold period. The large number of cold records, which have been noted in both the northern and southern hemispheres during the last three years, indicates that this cold period has already begun. This is reality.

      Based on its calculations during the past 30 years, the IPCC has issued constant alarms about catastrophes: The South Sea Islands were about to be drowned; instead they have grown in area. The deserts were expected to expand, but they have shrunk. Harvests would diminish in yield, but they have increased so dramatically that ONE FOURTH of humanity has been saved from starvation and misery according to the World Bank. The polars bears were to starve to death, but the polar-bear population has increased five-fold to more than 30,000.

      Thus the IPCC’s calculations have not only been wrong. Reality has been the direct opposite.

      Sture Åström



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