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Three studies reveal natural phenomena, not humans, behind global warming


Earlier this month, a study published in Atmosphere argued that anthropogenic emissions might actually cause global temperatures to drop . ... Anthropogenic refers to pollutants derived from human activities. The Finnish researcher’s study pointed out that any warming observed since 2015 “cannot be due to anthropogenic reasons.” "...

Aerosols in household products account for almost 1 million deaths every year


Up to 900,000 premature deaths have been attributed to anthropogenic secondary organic aerosols (ASOAs). "...

Geothermal heat, internal climate responsible for Antarctica ice melting – not man-made climate change


It’s worth noting that so-called climate change scientists have used the melting of the WAIS as evidence of anthropogenic climate disruption. ... “No anthropogenic influence on this process has been established,” the researchers noted in their report. "...

Scientist shares sobering story about how climate change pushers forced her to quit academia


Scientist shares sobering story about how climate change pushers forced her to quit academia Monday, January 16, 2017 by: Daniel Barker academia , climate change , climate science , CO2 , global warming , Judith Curry , scientific bullying , skeptics - (Natural News ) The climate change narrative has led to the resignation of a noted academic who dared to question the legitimacy of the anthropogenic (man-made) global warming theory. "...

The world's first polluted river is over 7,000 years old, researchers find


Located in the Wadi Feynan region of southern Jordan, the now-barren riverbed was found to contain traces of anthropogenic copper pollution and was contaminated well over 7,000 years ago. "...

Dead fish carry toxic mercury to deepest parts of the ocean, study reveals


Experts previously thought that mercury from anthropogenic sources could only be found in the upper 1,000 meters of the ocean. ... These findings are also significant because they undermine the idea that anthropogenic activities, not sinking fish carcasses, are driving the presence of methylmercury in trench biota. "...

Humans are making oceans noisier, hurting all marine life


Overall, the review highlights the need to mitigate the impact of anthropogenic noise on marine life to achieve a healthier ocean. ... In light of their findings, Duarte and his colleagues call for anthropogenic noise to be included in assessments of cumulative pressures on marine ecosystems. "...

Due to global human pollution, the arctic has become a toxic reservoir of heavy metals, PCBs and other deadly chemicals


As the ice sheets melt due to climate change, they have the potential not only to increase sea level, but also pollute the environment around them through the release of other anthropogenic pollutants that have accumulated in them,” lead researcher Dr. ... “The microbial potential to degrade anthropogenic contaminants, including polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB), polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), and the heavy metals mercury and lead, was found to be widespread, and not limited ...

Meltdown : The Predictable Distortion of Global Warming by Scientists, Politicians, and the Media


This book is essential to those who wish to put a rational perspective on the anthropogenic global warming issue."... Meltdown, by Patrick Michaels, is a rational, sane look at the distortions of anthropogenic global warming that are so prevalent in the headlines. "...

The Discovery of Global Warming : , (New Histories of Science, Technology, and Medicine)


The story begins with some of the great names of 19th century science, Fourier, Tyndall, and Arrhenius, the latter being the first to raise the possibility of anthropogenic global warming. ... In the process of discovering anthropogenic global warming, researchers had to overcome significant conceptual and practical obstacles. "...

One MORE way humans harm marine ecosystems: Noise


One MORE way humans harm marine ecosystems: Noise Monday, December 25, 2017 by: Ralph Flores anthropogenic , goodscience , marine ecosystem , marine ecosystems , marine life , noise , noise pollution , ocean noise , underwater noise - (Natural News ) Neighbors can be great people: some of your closest friends can be living right next to you, and you’re thinking about how awesome they are right now. ... Sources include: ASA.scitation.org ASA2017Fall.abstractcentral.com UN.org [PDF] Sciencedaily....

Study confirms that man-made climate change is completely fake (so much for consensus...)


Entitled, “No experimental evidence for the significant anthropogenic climate change,” the paper reiterates that global temperature fluctuations are primarily influenced by things like cloud cover that have absolutely nothing to do with humans eating meat, driving cars, or raising livestock that fart. “Only a small part,” write authors Jyrki Kauppinen and Pekka Malmi, the study’s two primary authors, of rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels is anthropogenic – which means that all of ...

Agricultural areas surrounded by natural habitat buffers show reduced negative impact on wildlife, new study finds


The phenomenon revealed that herpetofaunal communities lack sensitivity to both anthropogenic changes in the area and extreme weather conditions, despite significantly affecting the surrounding vegetation. ... The study authors note that paying close attention to anthropogenic activity and its potential repercussions on native species is crucial to developing and implementing proper conservation efforts for Mesoamerican herpetofauna. "...

REPORT: 15% of coronavirus deaths worldwide can be attributed to air pollution


For instance, air pollution from anthropogenic sources like combustion is linked to 29 percent of COVID-19 deaths in the Czech Republic, 27 percent in China and 26 percent in Germany. ... The findings also highlight the need for effective policies that aim to reduce anthropogenic emissions. "...

Real scientists declare: There is no climate emergency


This declaration debunks the wild assertion that “97 percent of climatologists agree that anthropogenic climate change is occurring,” which is patently false. ... “The world has warmed at less than half the originally predicted rate, and at less than half the rate to be expected on the basis of net anthropogenic forcing and radiative imbalance,” the European Climate Declaration contends. "...



The climate change narrative has led to the resignation of a noted academic who dared to question the legitimacy of the anthropogenic (man-made) global warming theory. "...

Phosphorus from fertilizer runoff is polluting freshwater sources all over the world


According to the study, 89 percent of the anthropogenic phosphorus load within the Aral basin was associated with the domestic sector wastes. Likewise, the researchers observed that cereal crop production in the Indus and Ganges basins contributed to total anthropogenic phosphorus loads of 10 percent and 17 percent, respectively. "...

EPA whistleblower fired for telling the truth about geoengineering


Davis states, “I was terminated as a public servant performing a public service for raising the issues of anthropogenic deposition of aluminum due to atmospheric geoengineering.” He says that the issue regarding anthropogenic deposition of aluminum due to atmospheric geoengineering first reared its head in May 2013, when another employee from the NPDES Programs Branch sent a general email to everyone regarding “NPDES and Climate Change.” "...

Sea salts found to be contaminated by dangerous microplastics, reveals shocking study


According to our results, the low level of anthropogenic particles intake from the salts (maximum 37 particles per individual per annum) warrants negligible health impacts. However, to better understand the health risks associated with salt consumption, further development in extraction protocols are needed to isolate anthropogenic particles smaller than 149 ?"...

We can prevent shoreline erosion by protecting coral reefs: Restoring them helps protect islands


In line with this, the coral population in the north also suffered from anthropogenic causes. ... However, researchers believe that the health of corals, not anthropogenic factors, directly caused the erosion. "...