Thursday, July 25, 2013


Germany: Coal Power Expanding, Green Energy Stagnating | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
German coal-fired power plants have been operating in full swing in the first half of 2013. Lignite and hard coal power plants and gas plants produced 12.4 percent more power than last year. In contrast, wind turbines and solar panels delivered less electricity. German greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise.
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Joe Bastardi Saturday Summary On July Temperature: “The Globe Is Below Normal”
Joe Bastardi’s Saturday Summary puts the whole global picture into perspective. Satellite data conclusively show that July global temps are running below normal, see chart above or Joe’s video starting at about the 3-minute mark.

Global temperature anomaly is -0.131°C. So where’s the heat? The oceans probably ate it.

Little wonder that Joe later on in his clip says that the warmist side “got taken to the woodshed” by the skeptics in the recent Congressional hearings, which is why such debates and hearings are totally avoided in places like Germany.

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