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Atlantic’s ‘conveyer belt’ shows no sign of declining, new study shows

The Observatory

Abstract A decline in Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC) strength has been observed between 2004 and 2012 by the RAPID-MOCHA-WBTS (RAPID – Meridional Overturning Circulation and Heatflux Array – Western Boundary Time Series, hereafter RAPID array) with this weakened state

NASA Observations Refute Climate Modellers Who Claim That Atlantic ‘Conveyor Belt’ Has Been Slowing


2010 NASA Study Finds Atlantic ‘Conveyor Belt’ Not Slowing Yesterday’s “The Day After Tomorrow” climate explainer’s excuse for cold winters is back – research suggests that the North Atlantic current is weaker than anytime for the last 1000 years Climate change

Ross Clark: Why is there always a round of climate scaremongering after the weather changes?

Opinion: Pros & Cons

Whether it’s floods or a drought, snowfall or no snow ever again, there’s always a prediction about the impending doom of climate change Had we not had a cold spell a couple of weeks ago I doubt many people would

Model Alarmists Resurrect ‘Day After Tomorrow’ Scenario For Global Warming, ‘Unsupported By Any Data’

The Climate Record

Scientists relied on climate models, not direct measurements, to claim in a new study man-made global warming caused a slowdown in the Gulf Stream ocean current. It’s the very same scenario posed in disaster movie “The Day After Tomorrow,” where