proof the globe is not warming …

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The troposphere must show a hot spot, according to the IPCC science if global warming is real. Dr David Evans left the Australian Department of Climate Change from 2010 on finding no sign of warming in the troposphere, or anywhere else for that matter. Now the latest satellite figures now out still show no warming. Drs Spencer and Christy from the University of Huntsville, Alabama, monitor one of two satellite data series, and yesterday, posted this:

New Satellite Upper Troposphere Product: Still No Tropical “Hotspot”

May 21st, 2015

One of the most vivid predictions of global warming theory is a “hotspot” in the tropical upper troposphere, where increased tropical convection responding to warming sea surface temperatures (SSTs) is supposed to cause enhanced warming in the upper troposphere.

The trouble is that radiosonde (weather ballons) and satellites have failed to show evidence of a hotspot forming in recent decades. Instead, upper…

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Aquariums in Japan Vouch Not To Buy Taiji Dolphins | Ecorazzi

Life or Lunch?

3140224.largeThe Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums (Jaza) has bowed to international pressure and agreed to stop buying dolphins captured in the province of Taiji, a place now infamous for its horrid dolphin cull.

The vote was a result of an ultimatum imposed by the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (Waza), in which Jaza could either boycott Taiji’s market or stop being a part of the largest zoo and aquarium association in the world. Breaking from Waza would limit Japan’s zoos and aquariums’ access to acquiring other new and exotic species so on Wednesday, a majority of its members voted for a ban on buying any more of Taiji’s dolphins.

“We are absolutely delighted to hear Japan’s peak zoo body has voted to uphold international animal welfare standards and stop purchasing Taiji dolphins,” stated Sarah Lucas, the chief executive of the group Australia for Dolphins, which initially…

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