COP21 – Stopping Imaginary Global Warming

In 1997, NASA showed no global warming since 1980. Other than periods of cooling after the eruptions of El Chichon (1982) and Mt. Pinatubo (1991) –  global temperatures were pretty close to flat from 1980 to 1996.

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Since 1996, satellites show that temperatures have remained flat.

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Wood for Trees: Interactive Graphs

As far as I can tell, essentially all recent global warming occurred from 1910 to 1940, followed by 35 years of cooling, and another short period of warming after the PDO shift of 1976.

There is little or no correlation with CO2. But NASA’s top climatologists have known this for 45 years.

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vademecum.brandenberger.eu/pdf/klima/rasool_schneider_1971.pdf

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2 Responses to COP21 – Stopping Imaginary Global Warming

  1. Jason Calley says:

    Even if CO2 were to create a tropospheric warming, it also creates a corresponding stratospheric cooling. Result? Increased rate of convection to the top of the troposphere. Thus, if the theoretical temperature increase would be 0.8 degrees per doubling, the actual rate would be somewhat less than that. Throw in the major fact that the H2O bands overlap the CO2 bands and the effective doubling rate is lowered yet farther.

    Of course, if the current crop of “climate scientists” were honest about what to expect from CO2 effects, they would not have to lie about the actual temperature record.

  2. KTM says:

    https://wattsupwiththat.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/climategate-burn-tapes.jpg

    They don’t want to expunge just their correspondence, they want to expunge their old data files and graphs.

    Kudos for pulling out yet another self-evident example from the past that contradicts the current narrative.

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