Record Global Cooling Over The Last Eight Months

Over the last eight months, global temperatures over land have cooled a record 1.2 C. November is seeing record cold in Russia and South Australia, so we should see the record cooling trend continue.


As temperatures cool at a record pace, experts say global warming is now unstoppable.


Climate change may be escalating so fast it could be ‘game over’, scientists warn | The Independent

People in Russia might tend to disagree with this assessment.


10-Day Temperature Outlook

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321 Responses to Record Global Cooling Over The Last Eight Months

  1. Robertv says:

    That would be bad news especially for the poor. Cold is only nice if the energy to heat the house and feed the body is not an issue.

    • AZ1971 says:

      And yet, we’re sitting on record corn, soy, beef, chicken, and pork inventories here in the U.S. I would gladly exchange some of our bounty for the assurance that they won’t keep reproducing beyond their own capacity.

      • Daniel Marks says:

        AZ, who is “they”?

        • Archie says:

          Try to keep up Danny, follow the conversation. The poor, people who have the most to loose in all this climate change stuff. If they can’t control their reproduction, then it will have a greater impact on their families. We must see that they have the resources to maintain some degree of security ie, food, shelter, education ,and heaven forbid, birth control.

          • SpringerRider says:

            The number 1 universal population limiter is affluence. The number 1 impetus to affluence is individual freedom. i.e. property rights.

          • Jim Conch says:

            So who is ‘we’? Does that mean you’re going to chip in extra to help save them? By the way, about those so called ‘experts’, the word expert is made up of two words, ex = has been and spurt = drip under pressure. And that’s about what those experts’ opinions are worth.

          • joe says:

            Lose, not loose

          • Rudy Katt says:

            Can we just give them a U-Haul to move to a warmer area?

          • IamJimbo says:

            Margaret Sanger also advocated a form of genocide for blacks which is why abortion sprung its ugly head onto the public scene…

            So now the sin is being poor? How about the sin being rich and the “rich folk” should limit their reproduction and donate their wealth?

            Why one and not the other?

          • Flea says:

            @SpringerRider: One of the most insightful comments I’ve read in a long time.

          • Herojay says:

            Archie, so we let the litter keep reproducing with no control and “our” responsibility to ensure they are fed?! Are you insane?

          • Max Pierson says:

            it’s “lose”, not “loose”

          • MichaelH says:

            “We must see that they have the resources to maintain some degree of security ie, food, shelter, education”
            It would seem you’re incredibly generous with the resources of this nation. Don’t we have folks living under freeway ramps here? Are they cold? Hungry? Uneducated?

          • Chuck Stamford says:

            Archie, birth control, especially so long as abortion on demand remains as common a means of achieving it as it is today, is not the answer, because poverty is not driven by over population in the US. The US poor have higher annual incomes, on average, than the average income of the European middle class. The notion that our poor are poor because there are just too many Americans for all to live comfortably, is nonsense. Furthermore, not only would increasing birth control do nothing about poverty in America, but we are already below the birth rate some researchers have identified as the minimum rate necessary to sustain ANY society indefinitely. Even if our government EXTERMINATED everyone currently living in poverty (a horrifically nonsensical idea to be sure, but apt for driving home the point), by 2050 we’d have about the same poverty rate we do now, and have had throughout our 225 year history as a nation.

            In short, our birth rate isn’t driving our over population problem, even if it is driving that problem in other nations. Here the problem is longevity. Americans are simply living too long. And frankly, after Obama, I’d like to get back to worrying about the quality of life for Americans, instead of ignoring it fretting about global quality of life.

          • steve says:

            It is spelled “lose” not “loose.” try to keep up Archie.

          • PR says:

            Not going to happen. You prop those societies up and they just continue their poor practices and the next crisis is amplified by that many more of them.

          • ernaldo says:

            He asked a simple question, and its “lose”…..

          • Tom says:

            Try to spell “lose” correctly Archie.

          • The more secure…the more likely “they” will continue to breed.

          • Mensa141 says:

            Daniel is one of those poor ‘politically correct’ people sensitized by his professors or the like. Poor boy.

          • Beenaroundyaknow says:

            Why, That will only encourage them to continue breeding. Sorry , Mother nature is a dangerous vixen and we may be defeating her self correction methods

          • Lt. Greyman, NVA says:

            Archie, I can “keep up” as you say in your sneering tone and get what Danny is saying. We need more high I.Q. people in the world, not less. More Whites, not more Africans, because Africans are completely dependent on Whites, till the Whites are gone and then utter collapse. Whites evolved in colder climes, understand farming and putting off till the future and invented birth control whereas Africans simply hold out the begging bowl and produce more begging bowls every year.

          • Aleksandr says:

            “More whites”? God, you’re stupid.

        • jame smace says:

          Those that dont do much except reproduce and then abandon the responsibility for their children.

          • johnny says:

            They didn’t abandon their responsibilities. They choose to Mary the govt instead of the daddy. They Shifted responsibility. They prefer a master to self reliance.

        • winkie says:

          I believe the term is “If you can’t feed ’em, don’t breed ’em”.

        • Arnold says:

          I think that “they” for him are the non-white peoples of the world but he dare not say it for fear of being called racist. He may not be aware that world population growth is slowing down and more than 70 countries have birth rates at the replacement level or far below. Countries like China are now concerned about impending dramatic drops in their working age populations. Japan is another.

          • todd zirkle says:

            In Russia they give an extra financial reward for mothers who have more then two children. The so-called “mother’s capital” is a $3,000 payment which doesn’t sound like much but goes a lot further in Russia then in the developed world.

          • Rodolfo says:

            Well, Hell. I will say it then: Latin America is breeding out of control. They are destroying their countries and then attempting to move here (USA). Considering I am a BROWN skinned Latino, am *I* racist for saying the truth?

          • Mike says:

            The world is overpopulated. The population should be shrinking however it is not. Just increasing at a slower rate. The world cannot sustain itself for a long period at it’s current population. Clean water is becoming scarcer, oil will be gone in 70 years all minerals are finite, gold, silver, lead, copper, etc etc. The mass migrations prove there are just too many people in the world. Nothing lasts forever. We are way overdue for a population reduction. About the only populations that were reducing were the whites. And mostly due to economic reasons. Children are just plain expensive if you give them good food, shelter, education and healthcare.

          • mOOn says:

            Don’t start race baiting!
            There is “”STILL”” 7.2 billion people on the planet.
            ..and growing.

          • bill mitchell says:

            China has an imbalance of male/female due to their 1 child policy. This goes back to the husband being expected to care for his own family, his parents in there old age and her parents in their old age.

            There were articles about massive female killoffs, both in uetro and immediately after birth.

            There are now apprx. 33 million more Chinese men than women. That could mean there may be generations of life long virgin males before the imbalance can be corrected.

          • Martin Hall says:

            China rescinded its one child policy this year.
            Japan…….they just don’t do sex much.

          • AndyG55 says:

            Yep, the Japanese hierarchy need to tell their late-teens, and 20-40’s to start getting jiggity :-)

          • David A says:

            Mike, we are not runing out of resources. Read this just to start…

        • Wow says:

          Ignorant breeders

          • mOOn says:

            “”SELFISH brain dead breeders””
            Holding hands and making “”EVERYONE”” around them their economic slaves.

        • P Griggs says:

          I would assume he means people who are having a hard time feeding themselves, much less new babies.

        • VoxAmerican says:

          I take it ” they” refers to the ubiquitous “they” being anyone without the means to feed themselves let alone a child. He said the poor, so he possibly could have bent referring to people living in poverty, that ” they”. That can mean anyone who lives below, sometimes mutual times below the poverty level.
          Not some nefarious use of the word they, as to wit I take you query was an inference to…..

        • RP says:

          Really Daniel you don’t know who they are?

        • KenJ says:

          “They” are most likely the people who refuse to use birth control and believe that sex with a virgin can cure AIDS, or the people who keep having child after child after child after child in an environment where a honey badger would starve.

          Probably most of the continent of Africa would be a good place to start finding “they”.

        • Mark Fowler says:

          Assume he means cows, chicken and hogs…

      • James Steele says:

        Another global warming believer who would sell out their country for others so they can’t have… Children ??
        Perhaps China is the model country yu would be happy living in

        • axer351 says:

          I sure would like to see this list of scientist (99.9%) who agree with GW. I have searched for it many times and can not find it.

      • Ted Nebosky says:

        AZ1971, do YOU own the corn, soy, beef, chicken and pork inventories? Pretty sure that they’re mostly private property, so I don’t think they’re yours to “gladly” give away.

        Of course, a certain portion of our society subscribes to the “what’s mine is mine, what’s yours is mine” philosophy of the left, so this Obamaesque attitude isn’t surprising.

        Generous to a fault, you might say.

        • ulysses says:

          Our country pays farmers to destroy and not grow crops I don’t know about you but I feel that belongs to the collective “we”. That being said I’d rather teach them to fish then give them fish. It’s far easier to build a safe sustainable future if your not starving to death. Before you imagine I’m some sort of leftist you’d be wrong I’m a “taxation is theft” guy but if I’m going to be taxed I prefer it to do some good.

          • Jeff McNamara says:

            You teach them to fish, Ulysses, and I will sell them a fishing boat.

          • RHO says:

            No, you own what you have earned or produced. You don’t have any right to what others produce or earn.

          • Ron says:

            You need to get up to speed, we, meaning the corn/soybean producers, do not destroy any crops. Good idea to get your facts correct before you develop a false opinion.

          • nearboston says:

            No, we do pay farmers to keep a portion of their land uncultivated, but that is to prevent erosion, provide cover for native fauna, etc… things you libs begged for in the ’70’s.

          • Leslie says:

            As a grain farmer I would like know what crop I can be paid to not grow or destroy. As far as I know, any paid set aside program ended at least 20 years ago. There are some support payments such as some help with crop insurance premiums, but nothing directly connected with individual production.

          • mOOn says:

            Remember that 40% of ”ALL” food grown in this country is turned into ethanol, which increases air pollution by 5 to 7% and no telling how much of the rivers and oceans it creates ‘Dead Zones’ from nitrites. Turning 40% of the US food production into Ethanol is the number one reason for the increase in food costs since 2005.
            It is also a very big reason for illegal immigration of Hispanic’s from Mexico to the US.
            People like Soros ,Al Gore switched their basic staple corn for food to corn for ethanol.

            Again, Liberals holding hands and starving the world to death one gas tank at a time.

          • Lucy Lastik says:

            I think you need to learn to turn off your propaganda machine, Youlyssesw.

            Maybe look and see when the last time Wickard vs Filburn was invoked, eh?

        • Martin Hoover says:

          Amen brother
          Global warming is BS, same ideology that said in the 15 century the world was flat. GW is a hoax so the taxes can be increased. If this is true why is Al Gore flying is own private jet and lives in a 15,000 sq/ft house something’s wrong with this picture.

          • Robert Nagel says:

            When he starts worrying, I will start to worry. Until then, BS.

          • mOOn says:

            If one takes the time to look, all the planets are heating up.

          • ChrisS says:

            Global warming is accepted by 99.9 of the climate “experts” around the world. You truly don’t keep up with the “intellectual” news sources do you?

            You must be one of those low information, lowIQ, low education, blue collar “white trash” Trump supporters hmm? The world news is having a field day describing Trump supporters like that, barely hiding the fact that they don’t outright say “white trash” LOL

            Do you bow down and pray to Limbaugh, Hannity, and Glenn Beck each night? Laughable idiot.

            I’m also sure you’re happy that Trump has already appointed a self-described White supremacist, racist, homophobic bigot like Stephen Bannon right? The US is the laughing stock of the world because of narrow minded, , afraid of change, living decades in the past, Conservatives.

          • ChrisS says:

            Global warming is accepted by 99.9 of the climate “experts” around the world. You truly don’t keep up with the “intellectual” news sources do you?

            You must be one of those low information, low IQ, low education, blue collar “white trash” Trump supporters hmm? The world news is having a field day describing Trump supporters like that, barely hiding the fact that they don’t outright say “white trash” LOL

            Do you bow down and pray to Limbaugh, Hannity, and Glenn Beck each night? Laughable idiot.

            I’m also sure you’re happy that Trump has already appointed a self-described White supremacist, racist, homophobic bigot like Stephen Bannon right? The US is the laughing stock of the world because of narrow minded, , afraid of change, living decades in the past, Conservatives.

          • Smoking Frog says:

            “Ideology in the 15 [sic] century” did not say that the earth was flat. You’re repeating a slander made up by Washington Irving in the 1820s.

          • AndyG55 says:

            ” The US is the laughing stock of the world because of narrow minded”

            Yep.. Obama has done a great job of making it that way.

            Stick to your group think.. its the only way you can muster half a brain.

          • Latitude says:

            The US is the laughing stock of the world …

            No true…they are all scared shitless right now

        • Philip Perington says:

          How do you say Jamestown?

        • Richard001 says:

          Perfectly stated. Cheers.

        • eightball says:

          Maybe they could just burn all the extra babies for heat.

      • Jim Self says:

        Surely this is a sign of impending worldwide famine and extinction. What says the IPCC? Oh. They’re looking for new jobs? OK.

      • In historical cooling events, Mother Nature takes care of over population from all sectors of economy. People stay in doors. The stay close. They try to warm houses. As a result bacteria reproduce rapidly- virus also reproduce – but they are not alive- nor are they dead.

        Fact is our largest plague events occur during “little ice age” type events. Additionally global cooling and little ICe Age Events shift monsoon patterns- so Phoenix and Tucson will see less than 1/2 normal rain per year as temp decreases. the Monsoon does not fire up and winters are dry in the SW. So we will have rainfall issues here – not that we depend on rain for anygiven year- storage helps with that, but a multiyear drought in the Salt and Gila river valley’s as well as Colorado River drought will be devastating to the SW USA. Other areas that rely on Monsoon patterns as well will likely suffer.

        • mOOn says:

          Fact, with more co2 in the air, farm crops need and use a lot less water to produce crops. “”FACT””!!! Many places now have more growing seasons due to the fact of the planet warming. Places like Arkansas now have as many as three growing season, instead of having just one or two.

          As far a water droughts go, corn is a very intensive user of water. Many other types of food use a lot less water

          • axer351 says:

            1st. The world is not warming. 2nd. will some one please tell me where this list showing 99.9% of scientist agree with GW. 3rd humans live on less that 5% of the earth, the worst that can happen from increased heat would lower it to 4%. This would lower the carrying capacity not eliminate it.

      • Gail Combs says:

        I take it you are talking about the Muslims…
        Imam tells Muslim migrants to ‘breed children’ with Europeans to ‘conquer their countries’

        Muslims will breed irrespective of their economic circumstances. Their only goal is to overwhelm the Khafir thru sheer numbers. When the Khafir aid this with welfare payments it is even worse.

        For example:

        Osama bin Laden had four wives, one ex wife, and at least 17 children, maybe more than two dozen of them….
        Mohammed bin Laden [his father kept] four wives, often divorcing one so he could add another. In all he had 23 wives and 54 children.

        This would not include children by slaves. (Saudi Arabia only recently ‘outlawed’ slavery.)

        You can check the Total Fertility rate, keeping in mind that s per WOMAN not per family.

        Poverty + Islam seems to equal a heck of a lot of births.
        Top rank (above 5 kids)
        Niger — 95% muslim
        Burundi — 10% muslim
        Mali — 90% muslim
        Somalis — 100% muslim
        Uganda — 35% muslim
        Burkina Faso — 60.5% muslim
        Zambia — 15% muslim
        Malawi — ~36% muslim
        Angola — 2.5 % – Not recognized as religion
        Afghanistan — 100% muslim
        South Sudan — ~20 % muslim
        Mozambique — ~20% muslim
        Nigeria — 70% muslim
        Ethiopia — 50% muslim

        Wiki underestimates, often by a lot. I used

        53.04 % muslim in Africa
        The Muslim Population is increasing at 1.84% world wide

      • Mad Mac says:

        Crops are at record levels because CO2 is so high. Of course trying to explain the benefits of higher CO2 to a liberal is a waste of mental resources.

      • Kimball Kaleach says:

        Hey, I have a solution for world overpopulation … everyone who thinks the world is overpopulated should live up to their convictions and off themselves. Once they are all gone, then the overpopulation problem goes away!

      • Sam says:

        It is not possible to product beyond capacity unless your capacity is not your capacity. By definition, capacity is the amount you cannot produce beyond.

      • Mike Haluska says:

        If the Frakkin government would stop interfering with the Free Market by using price supports, using grain alcohol for furl and subsidies there wouldn’t be a “capacity” problem and farmers would always profit.

      • Darby says:

        Soy? Sure if you like GMO poison. Same, same for beef, chicken and pork fed on GMO grain.

      • David says:

        Population explosion is the next large scale myth that needs to be undermined.

      • Jim says:

        If Wiki is correct, world population should peak about 2040 and then recede. Demographics will change, however, as Muslims tend to have very large families.

      • Joe Sixpack says:

        Is it yours to “gladly exchange?”

    • B Bell says:

      Obama did say “Under my plan your electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket”. So Mr. O will make sure people freeze to death.

    • Vendicar Decarian says:

      Wood for trees – the data set linked to by the article, does not produce the graphic depicted in the article. Further, it does not show the decline shown in the graphic. Further there is no land only data set for RSS at Wood For Trees.

      Finally, TLT means Total Lower Troposphere, and is an average temperature taken over the lower 10,000 feet of the atmosphere averaging an altitude of about a mile.

      This is not the Earth’s surface temperature, which is measured at the earth’s surface, not high in the atmosphere.

      • AndyG55 says:

        You continue to be a moronic idiot.

        There is land only RSS data in WFT

        Anyone with even a basic level of competence could reproduce that graph using that data.

        But you LACK that basic level of competence, because you are a moronic idiot.

        • Casey O'Neill says:

          Did you even look at the graph and the data source? This is an excerpt from the header of the RSS data file:

          #Data processed by
          #Please check original source for first-hand data and information:
          #Data from Remote Sensing Systems

          Let’s take a look at that webpage. Here’s the Introduction:

          > The term “upper air” refers to the part of the atmosphere well above Earth’s surface. The temperature of the atmosphere in this region is a fundamental climate variable. Recent changes in atmospheric temperature have been attributed to human-induced climate change. Continued monitoring of atmospheric temperature is critical to advancing our understanding of the sensitivity of Earth’s climate to changing atmospheric composition.

          Before we go any further, take a moment to bask in the irony here. The author downloaded and modified data that shows a positive trend in the Earth’s temperature, from a source that attributes that trend to human behavior, and posted it on a website that denies human involvement in climate change. And you ate it up.

          The vertical axis on the graph is looking at eight month changes in the data samples. This is a crappy attempt at a running derivative – the window was clearly chosen because it happened to produce a graph that fit the author’s narrative, and not because of any contextual significance.

          Open up the actual data file and scroll down to the bottom – you’ll clearly see that almost all of the data samples in the last 15 years show a positive change in temperature. It is not only deceptive, but downright incorrect, to say that this data shows that the temperature of the earth has been increasing.

          Despite bleeding irony, I’d like to see your attempt at reproducing that graph in Excel, though, since anyone who isn’t a moronic idiot can do it. Data is right here: Good luck :)

          And you call someone else an idiot…

          • AndyG55 says:

            You are talking to Vendickhead.. right?

            The graph as described is TOTALLY CORRECT and EASILY reproduced.

            It clearly shows the recent HUGE eight month drop in temperatures.. GET OVER IT !!

          • AndyG55 says:

            “from a source that attributes that trend to human behaviour”

            You have serious comprehension problems.

            Read what it says again.. or continue to display your abject ignorance

          • john m poirier says:

            Anyone commenting here about the “myth” of global warming is simply uninformed. The preponderance of evidence to support it rivals that which supports the Theory of Evolution. Across many years, glaciers have been melting and sea levels rising. One year of cooler temperatures means nothing.

      • Bubba says:

        Andy G25 says you’re a “moronic idiot”. Are you?

    • retired militry says:

      I blame global warming

    • Bruce Gregory says:

      Well, do you wring one hand when there are signs of global warming and the other hand when there are signs of global cooling? My take on the story is the confusion over the issue of global climate change. Always has and always will be change. I love it when some group points to a receding glacier and the dire consequences that await, a receding glacier that reveals ancient farmland, farmland that was obviously glacier free ages ago to begin with. I guess the people didn’t have an Al Gore back then to save them. Relax everyone and stop making so many babies if you’re that worried about the problem.

    • DeplorableKox says:

      Not only the poor, but ALL humans.
      When temps drop like this, FOOD will become scarce.
      Starvation is in the future if it continues.

    • Arminius says:

      Liberals will pay for decreased coal production and coal plant shutdowns, one way or another.

    • paperpushermj says:

      The longer view is Ice, not Fire
      Over the last 2 Million years, Ice has been the normal broken by brief periods of Warmer Weather.
      to know more YouTube …Adapt 2030

    • Jo Penny says:

      But good news for the taxpayers….no more bankrupt global warming scams.

  2. Analitik says:

    There could be blackouts in the UK and Europe with the combination of this and the stupid commitment made to renewables over there.

    • garyh845 says:

      Try this one:

      Climate change is real: Just ask the Pentagon

      Not only a pile of bs – it’s so poorly written.

      • KTM says:

        Back in 2004 the Pentagon warned President Bush that we would see cataclysmic impacts of abrupt global warming by 2020, including…

        ‘major European cities sunk beneath rising seas’
        ‘Britain is plunged into a ‘Siberian’ climate’
        ‘Nuclear conflict, mega-droughts, famine and widespread rioting will erupt across the world.’
        ‘Disruption and conflict will be endemic features of life’
        ‘Once again, warfare would define human life.’
        ‘the planet brought to the edge of anarchy’
        ‘dwindling food, water and energy supplies’
        ‘widespread flooding by a rise in sea levels will create major upheaval for millions’

        That was 12 years ago now. We’re only 4 years out, does anyone still believe that ThunderDome version of the future is right around the corner?

      • mewp12 says:

        Of course, climate change is real. But it began over 4 billion years ago. They fail to mention that.

      • joe k says:

        yes climate change is good, and we are currently below the 3000 year temperature average. do some research. the global warming crowd is basing their argument on the last 200-250 years.

    • TeaPartyGeezer says:

      Latitude … I do hope you realize that that’s a spoof headline. It’s a joke making the rounds in emails.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Why does this billionaire insist on moving into a federally-subsidized public housing facility currently occupied by an African-American family? Does he have no decency and compassion?

      • Don Stegemoller says:

        He is an illegal immigrant, Trump is just following the law.

      • JohnFtLaud says:

        Hahaha! “Forced them out” will be the story!!

      • thedogatemyhealthcare says:

        That’s shocking I tell you!!! Downright deplorable!!! I hear the only breadwinner will be out of a job shortly after New Years. My goodness, does this billionaire have no shame? How did such a sad situation come to pass? Was there another woman involved? I hear there are some job openings at the DNC.

      • Gail Combs says:

        He is going to have to count the silver, fumigate the place and bring in Pest Control to get rid of the R.A.T.s

      • Latitude says:

        I hear he’s going to stay at Trump Tower and commute…
        .something to do with cooties

  3. GW says:

    Is there comparable UAH data, for corroboration ? Roy Spencer’s site show the graph for global temperatures, and the data points are NH, SH and the globe (obviously all include ocean temperature data), and the decline is not nearly as precipitous.

  4. GW says:

    Tony, I hope u have submitted your resume to the Trump transition team. It is imperative that those people see and hear, first-hand, the precise and true nature of the data falsification that has taken place the past two decades. No one besides you appears to recognize or acknowledge its existence.

    The incoming administration must be properly educated before policy begins to be shaped, and especially before Trump even thinks about altogether reneging or softening his promises to stop the payments to the UN climate fund and dump the Paris climate treaty. Nothing short of full American withdrawal from the UNFCCC should be considered acceptable. And the rest of the world and the local watermelons will be applying immense pressure to get some concessions in his position.

    He must be educated, as stated above, and then the administration must present the evidence (I mean PROOF) of this deception to the American people. Popular support of the majority is absolutely necessary to bring to bear political pressure on the Congress – to turn the Watermelonons in Congress from Crusaders into Public Fools. Needless to say, the watermelons and other radicals and useful idiots can never be reasoned with or educated, but the ignorant masses who simply believe what they’ve heard can be educated; they simply need to be SHOWN the truth – from a credible source.

    Give us some assurance, Tony, that you’re working on this with them. (If not yet, you damn well ought to be!)

    • TeaPartyGeezer says:

      You can submit ideas to the Trump administration on this website.

      Don’t know how effective it would be, but worth a shot.

      I already submitted mine … to rein in the global warming juggernaut, and gave a couple reasons.

    • Jimmy says:

      Where does all of those billions of dollars go? How does throwing money at a corrupt institution help anything? What caused the many ice ages and warming periods of the past? Why cant they make a model that actually works? Everyone believes in climate change. Not everyone believes man is causing it.

  5. Jack Striker says:

    Apparently much of Russia is FIFTY degrees below normal right now. That’s insane.

  6. Bob Weber says:

    Where I said

    “The sun caused global warming post-1980 during the end of the modern maximum in solar activity.

    I’ll repeat the same prediction I made last year: 2016 will not be a record year as inevitably lower TSI in 2016 will not support record high temps like higher TSI did in 2014-15.

    OHC is now being exhausted at the same time solar activity is now becoming low enough for insufficient ocean warming, and therefore we will cool overall until solar activity picks up again, in the early 2020s.

    Conclusions are based on my solar supersensitivity-accumulation model.”

    I was referring to sea surface temperatures. That the land temps are also dropping so fast is icing on the cake.

  7. Joel O'Bryan says:

    Jack Striker (above) posted what I was going to comment on. Colder than a Witch’s T in Eastern Siberia for the last 2 weeks. And Arctic jet pattern wave that set that up in Siberia will settle on North America by late December.

    But to add, when that cold wave in the NH reaches the Western Hemisphere,…. it is going to be one nasty cold winter Jan-Feb in Canada and the Northern US.

  8. JPinBalt says:

    El Nino over.
    Trump – as far as a clean environment, need to clean GISS and NOAA and EPA of propagandists and propaganda war budget, plus the army of others in gov pushing baseless nonscientific crap on nonextent global warming caused by the green (i.e.more plants) trace gas CO2 and anthropomorphic emissions.
    Aside, China’s recent warning of US backing out of climate deal, they would prefer us or US destroying economy with higher energy prices and wasted gov directed and regulated resource use while they sell us solar panels. It is all about politics, let us return to science and end the propaganda.

    • CheshireRed says:

      End of el Nino was my first thought too. (Is there another possible meteorological reason?)

      Have said for several years the GW scam can only be seriously challenged by a politician with NO previous connections to existing policies, thus avoiding charges of hypocrisy or u-turning. Trump is untainted by the stupidity so can speak some brutal home truths and follow up with complete reform AND the necessary inquiries. People and organisations should be held to account.

  9. John Dallas says:

    Has anyone been able to quantify the effect of having an extra five billion people on the Earth walking around at 98.6 degrees and exhaling CO2?

  10. Joe Bastardi says:

    I love all my brothers and sisters on the anti AGW side. But did you ever think its cooling this much BECAUSE IT WAS SO WARM BEFORE? look at this graphic, created in mid 2015
    scroll down in the article to graphic 2. Notice the forecast for the warmth and then the cooling
    Now look here to see what is going on in the bigger picture against the actual 90 day trailing mean. Its cooler, because it was so warm.. but its still well above normal
    In fact November is right now ranked number 1 in the 35 year mean !
    I doubt it finishes there but top 5 as October was, certainly. Where you do have a point and why I made the forecast in 15 is the tropical oceans. ( red line ) they are near normal for the first time in a couple of years and that is what you should be looking at as the earth will go the way of the main source region for the planetary climate.

    BTW I outlined all this, the abnormal warmth in the polar regions in their cold seasons and why its a deceptive metric ( mixing ratios are much better to determine where the climate is going, water vapor in grams/kg) and why the warming over the poles may lead to less, not more extreme weather, here.

    It is very warm right now. A team that was 0-12 going to 3-9 has made infinite improvement. But its still a losing team. The rapid drop is because it was so warm to start with. And it was predictable. By itself its nothing to write home about. In the big picture, it means nature is in control and that the warm time now is nothing new under the sun. Peace

    In the end all the back and forths have changed little
    The most recent

    • Joseph Campbell says:

      It was warmer in the 1930s than since this global warming crap started.

    • Bob Weber says:

      “But did you ever think its cooling this much BECAUSE IT WAS SO WARM BEFORE? ”

      It’s cooling this much from lower TSI because TSI was higher before, 2014-15.

      Same principle.

      Remember the La Nina in 1955? Low solar.

      David Stockwell in his paper on solar supersensitivity discussed a roughly 2-3 year lag in temps from solar activity. I empirically found this to be true.

      I’ve also confirmed David Evans’ notch delay forecast for cooling in 2017.

      Love your work at Weatherbell, Joe – I’m thinking about subscribing.

    • Latitude says:

      oh please…when did we all lose our grip

      SO WARM……you wouldn’t even notice if someone didn’t rub your face in it

      • AndyG55 says:

        The main part of the planet that fed towards the warm spike of late 2015 – early 2016 was the large anomaly over northern Europe during their winter. !

    • AndyG55 says:

      Hi Joe..

      Yes, TH is yanking the alarmista chain.

      Why not, Its fun ! :-)

      • Jay Tizle says:

        You guys all seem very intelligent, and sound like you have it all figured out. I hope you guys make it to a position that can actually make a difference in this world. Talking to you, Joe, Bob, and Andy.

        • AndyG55 says:

          Once we can get rid of this AGW scam, and start to re-direct what is left of the world’s funds to actual real problems, that will be a good start. !

  11. Henryttt says:

    When I hear the same old crap about ” 98% of all scientists say it’s real”…….. I say, okay, fantastic …. give me the list of scientists…. all of their names, where they were educated, who they work for…. do they get government grants from any country and does their livelihoods depend on it for a pay check……. what is their accuracy rate….. are they using actual data or mere computer models and then who writes the algorithms ????? You will hear crickets !!!

  12. Tesla girl says:

    The earth’s orbit is elliptical and every 11,500 years, the earth is further away from the sun. Read Not By Fire, But By Ice written by a real scientist.

  13. Joseph Campbell says:

    But, but,…obama and kerry insist that man is causing global warming…

  14. RD Scott says:

    It seems as if some are actually blaming the “Earth” for discriminating against poor people, because the Earth is cooling? We humans are nothing but fleas to the Planet Earth, and the Earth will purge us again as it has in the past.

    To think that WE are in control of the Earth and all it’s glory and failings is quite arrogant isn’t it?

  15. Per Desteen says:

    Which is why the breeders should be the people that care enough to be the good stewards of the planet. Note that “steward” here is in the old sense, where it implies ownership, management, and use of the planet, not this new “we have to make everyone else go live in caves” attitude of modern Globalwarmers.

    But are the GW’s having kids? Nope. Are Alt-westers? Yep. Keep it up and we’ll breed the warmers out, given the elimination of warmer propaganda from schools.

  16. SpringerRider says:

    Our climate is influenced by our Sun, more than anything else. Actually, our climate is totally controlled by the Sun. We have been at a historically low sunspot activity. If anything, we should brace for a mini (and maybe not so mini) ice age.

  17. Ric says:

    This correlates directly with the drop in solar activity. The fact that an enormous nearby thermonuclear explosion 50 times larger than Jupiter is never considered as a factor influencing “climate change” reveals the fact that climate change is merely a political agenda by leftist “scientists.”

    Human caused climate change is merely a political agenda.

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  20. Mysterio virtuoso says:

    “We call that Winter Time.” Otherwise;

    GEO-spacecraft (GOES) can only Lattitude-limited information.
    LEO-Polar spacecraft can get all the Atmosphere-thru-surface data.
    Missing data: the CAPACITIY of the Ice caps, and other features.

  21. SquirrelCutter says:

    Well, that just can’t be. Every month in 2016 has been the hottest on record.

    Yeah, I read it on the intarwebs.

  22. Wildgulo says:

    As any common sense, objective, knowledgable person has said for years. You better hope it is global warming because the loss of even a month of growing season from global cooling in the middle latitudes will lead to incredible famine. Global warming produces bounty. Global cooling will produce death.

  23. quail says:

    I’m sorry to have to tell everyone this, but there are no such things as satellites.

  24. Vincent says:

    This is selective reporting to give an inaccurate picture. Notice that this article says that these are temperatures over land. So this doesn’t tell us whether the earth as a whole is warming or cooling. It is only looking at air temperatures over land. It is not looking at air temperature over the oceans or the water temperatures. We know that one of teh reasons that air temperatures have not been rising as much in recent years is that a lot of the heat has been absorbed into the oceans. When all the data is considered, the trend is still warming. 11 of the last 12 months have set warming records.

    • Adrian Vance says:

      The sea temperatures are not rising and all of this “climate change” panic pushing is faculty lounge, armchair science ignoring the fact that adding CO2 to the atmosphere reduces air’s IR capture by driving water vapor out and it is seven times better at capturing IR, molecule for molecule, than CO2.

      All of this nonsense has been a full-employment program for corrupt Ph.D.s that would not have jobs without it. It has long been a sellout of science for money more worthy of alchemy than modern science.

      Google “Two Minute Conservative” for more.

    • AndyG55 says:

      “This is selective reporting to give an inaccurate picture.”

      roflmao.. well that has NEVER happened in “climate science ™” before, has it ! :-)

    • AndyG55 says:

      And no, the picture is NOT inaccurate,

      It portray exactly what TH says it portrays.

      “When all the data is considered, the trend is still warming. 11 of the last 12 months have set warming records.”

      And there is that childish reliance on the NON-CO2 El Nino effect, yet again.

      DOH !!!

  25. If carbon dioxide made the earth significantly warmer, we would never get out of a natural heating cycle because the warmer the earth gets, the more CO2 our oceans release. If climate change theology was fact instead of fiction, all life on earth would have been destroyed by heat millions of years ago.

  26. Joe Potosky says:

    Years ago I read an article where it quoted a Russian scientists who said it was not global warming, but a cooling of the earth that was coming.

  27. Adrian Vance says:

    All of this “global warming,” “climate change” panic is baloney. The facts are very simple:

    CO2 is a “trace gas” in air and is insignificant by definition. It would have to be increased by a factor of 2500 to be considered “significant” or “notable.” To give it the great power claimed is a crime against physical science.

    CO2 absorbs 1/7th as much IR, heat energy, from sunlight per molecule as water vapor which has 188 times as many molecules capturing 1200 times as much heat producing 99.9% of all “global warming.” CO2 does only 0.1% of it. Pushing panic about any effect CO2 could have is clearly a fraud.

    There is no “greenhouse effect” in an atmosphere. A greenhouse has a solid, clear cover trapping heat. The atmosphere does not trap heat as gas molecules cannot form surfaces to work as greenhouses that admit and reflect energy depending on sun angle. Gases do not form surfaces as their molecules are not in contact.

    The Medieval Warming from 800 AD to 1300 AD Micheal Mann erased for his “hockey stick” was several Fahrenheit degrees warmer than anything “global warmers” fear. It was 500 years of world peace and abundance, longest ever.

    Vostock Ice Core data analysis show CO2 rises followed temperature by 800 years 19 times in 450,000 years. Therefore temperature change is cause and CO2 change is effect. This alone refutes the anthropogenic global warming hypothesis.

    Methane is called “a greenhouse gas 20 to 500 times more potent than CO2,” by Heidi Cullen and Jim Hansen, but it is not per the energy absorption chart at the American Meteorological Society. It has an absorption profile very similar to nitrogen which is classified “transparent” to IR, heat waves and is only present to 18 ppm. “Vegans” blame methane in cow flatulence for global warming in their war against meat consumption.

    Carbon combustion generates 80% of our energy. Control and taxing of carbon would give the elected ruling class more power and money than anything since the Magna Carta of 1215 AD.

    Most scientists and science educators work for tax supported institutions. They are eager to help government raise more money for them and they love being seen as “saving the planet.”

    Read the whole story in “Vapor Tiger” at, Kindle $2.99 including a free Kindle reading program for your computer. We have an inexpensive demo-experiment that proves CO2 increases have no effect on IR heat giant until 10,000 ppm and they cool the atmosphere by driving water vapor out!

    Google “Two Minute Conservative” for more.

  28. Buck Turgidson says:

    It “could be” and it “might be.” wow that’s really helpful

  29. Logical1 says:

    The number one factor influencing our weather is the sun.
    Study the solar cycles and see how they correlate to temperatures in cycles here on earth.

  30. Paul says:

    The GLOBAL WARMING TOOTH FAIRY is on vacation in Maui. Business as usual will follow.

  31. I do not understand why eight months would be a period used for comparison of temperatures. Unless eight is simply the number of months which, at this time, most dramatizes a point you want to make. But please correct me: Does the eight-month period find regular employment in climatology?

  32. Latitude says:

    Front page Drudge right now…..

  33. Alec Rawls says:

    That warming scare paper is pure fraud, following in the footsteps of alarmist sneer-monkey Richard Alley, who looked at the tiny size of past CO2 changes that he was trying to use as an explanation for paleo temperature history (Alley studied ice cores), and instead of drawing the logical implication–that CO2 CANNOT have been “the biggest control knob”–he claimed the opposite: that the tiny temperature forcing effect of CO2, together with the ASSUMPTION that past temperature change WAS driven by CO2, implies that the tiny forcing effect must be getting multiplied up many times by water vapor feedback effects (“climate sensitivity”). The tinier the CO2 forcing effects the more they must be getting multiplied up if they are to account for observed warming, which similarly multiplies up the warming that Alley and others predicts will be caused today’s tiny CO2 forcing effects.

    Yup, that is their trick. The smaller they estimate past CO2 forcings to have been the more potent they claim CO2 to be as a driver of global warming to be. This latest study apparently found that CO2 forcing effects are so tiny compared to the warming they are trying to explain by it that these tiny forcings would have to be multiplied up SEVEN TIMES by water vapor feedback effects, a level of climate sensitivity that is radically unstable, while paleo temperature history clearly shows global climate to actually be wuite stable.

    The real implication of their findings is that CO2 IS NOT THE EXPLANATION FOR PAST OR PRESENT CLIMATE CHANGE, not very much of it anyway, and not at any significant multiple of its very small tenperature forcing effect. The very data they are looking at shoots down their CO2 warming theory, but being a cadre of fraudulent political propagandists they claim the opposite.

    Just remember, every time they claim high climate sensitivity what it really means is that the direct warming effect of CO2 is tiny compared to the climate change they are trying to attribute to it. The weaker their evidence the more alarmist their predictions. That is how they turn CO2 lemons into alarmist lemonade.

  34. Riley says:

    Did anyone look at the data sourced for this graph? (link provided below the graph)

    The data clearly doesn’t match the graph. According to the data table, the lowest temp value occurs at (1996.25, -0.227) and the most recent value is (2016.75, 0.12).

    I graphed the data and applied a linear trendline. Turns out the data actually indicates that global temperatures are gradually increasing.

    • tonyheller says:

      Moron alert

    • Roberto Alvarez says:

      Until… you graph it from 1998, or 1930, or…

    • AndyG55 says:

      Oh dear , another incompetent

      Where do they come from

      It is very easy to reproduce Tony’s graph.

      • Riley says:

        Are you using a different data set than the one linked below the original graph?

        There are no negative y-values after 2014 in the data set linked below the original graph.

        #Data processed by
        #Please check original source for first-hand data and information:
        #Data from Remote Sensing Systems
        #File: RSS_Monthly_MSU_AMSU_Channel_TLT_Anomalies_Land_v03_3.txt
        #Time series (rss) from 1979 to 2016.83
        1979 -0.305
        1979.08 -0.218
        1979.17 -0.038
        1979.25 -0.415
        1979.33 -0.309
        1979.42 -0.277
        1979.5 -0.142
        1979.58 -0.247
        1979.67 -0.023
        1979.75 0.047
        1979.83 0.141
        1979.92 0.259
        1980 -0.149
        1980.08 0.181
        1980.17 -0.183
        1980.25 -0.028
        1980.33 0.145
        1980.42 0.027
        1980.5 0.046
        1980.58 0.026
        1980.67 -0.013
        1980.75 0.127
        1980.83 0.056
        1980.92 -0.023
        1981 0.56
        1981.08 0.205
        1981.17 0.051
        1981.25 0.374
        1981.33 -0.017
        1981.42 -0.04
        1981.5 0.032
        1981.58 0.082
        1981.67 -0.026
        1981.75 -0.171
        1981.83 0.03
        1981.92 0.263
        1982 -0.401
        1982.08 -0.293
        1982.17 -0.526
        1982.25 -0.183
        1982.33 -0.25
        1982.42 -0.407
        1982.5 -0.296
        1982.58 -0.285
        1982.67 -0.091
        1982.75 -0.373
        1982.83 -0.312
        1982.92 0.039
        1983 0.297
        1983.08 0.059
        1983.17 0.188
        1983.25 -0.027
        1983.33 -0.058
        1983.42 -0.257
        1983.5 0.095
        1983.58 0.154
        1983.67 0.174
        1983.75 -0.059
        1983.83 0.281
        1983.92 -0.3
        1984 -0.366
        1984.08 -0.273
        1984.17 -0.235
        1984.25 -0.392
        1984.33 -0.036
        1984.42 -0.231
        1984.5 -0.308
        1984.58 -0.253
        1984.67 -0.69
        1984.75 -0.336
        1984.83 -0.397
        1984.92 -0.969
        1985 -0.226
        1985.08 -0.395
        1985.17 -0.371
        1985.25 -0.339
        1985.33 -0.245
        1985.42 -0.331
        1985.5 -0.528
        1985.58 -0.231
        1985.67 -0.165
        1985.75 -0.369
        1985.83 -0.207
        1985.92 -0.159
        1986 0.115
        1986.08 -0.179
        1986.17 -0.119
        1986.25 0.016
        1986.33 -0.096
        1986.42 -0.179
        1986.5 -0.37
        1986.58 -0.331
        1986.67 -0.302
        1986.75 -0.36
        1986.83 -0.322
        1986.92 -0.209
        1987 0.192
        1987.08 0.385
        1987.17 -0.279
        1987.25 0.042
        1987.33 -0.141
        1987.42 -0.05
        1987.5 0.04
        1987.58 -0.1
        1987.67 0.06
        1987.75 0.092
        1987.83 0.132
        1987.92 0.44
        1988 0.22
        1988.08 -0.22
        1988.17 0.201
        1988.25 0.194
        1988.33 0.179
        1988.42 0.264
        1988.5 0.359
        1988.58 0.22
        1988.67 0.471
        1988.75 0.179
        1988.83 -0.115
        1988.92 -0.025
        1989 -0.379
        1989.08 -0.342
        1989.17 -0.113
        1989.25 -0.077
        1989.33 -0.115
        1989.42 -0.153
        1989.5 -0.029
        1989.58 -0.121
        1989.67 0.08
        1989.75 0.049
        1989.83 -0.268
        1989.92 -0.007
        1990 -0.225
        1990.08 -0.113
        1990.17 0.636
        1990.25 0.072
        1990.33 0.074
        1990.42 0.173
        1990.5 -0.066
        1990.58 -0.071
        1990.67 -0.138
        1990.75 0.133
        1990.83 0.425
        1990.92 0.219
        1991 -0.043
        1991.08 0.155
        1991.17 0.2
        1991.25 0.219
        1991.33 0.179
        1991.42 0.338
        1991.5 0.219
        1991.58 0.187
        1991.67 0.105
        1991.75 -0.007
        1991.83 -0.006
        1991.92 -0.254
        1992 0.093
        1992.08 -0.052
        1992.17 0.045
        1992.25 -0.27
        1992.33 -0.338
        1992.42 -0.323
        1992.5 -0.525
        1992.58 -0.459
        1992.67 -0.598
        1992.75 -0.3
        1992.83 -0.327
        1992.92 -0.17
        1993 -0.109
        1993.08 -0.165
        1993.17 -0.18
        1993.25 -0.347
        1993.33 -0.13
        1993.42 -0.138
        1993.5 -0.069
        1993.58 -0.224
        1993.67 -0.493
        1993.75 -0.173
        1993.83 -0.401
        1993.92 0.068
        1994 -0.07
        1994.08 -0.516
        1994.17 0.024
        1994.25 0.038
        1994.33 0.122
        1994.42 0.183
        1994.5 0.11
        1994.58 0.042
        1994.67 0.251
        1994.75 0.162
        1994.83 0.367
        1994.92 0.26
        1995 0.467
        1995.08 0.5
        1995.17 0.135
        1995.25 0.334
        1995.33 0.133
        1995.42 0.397
        1995.5 0.238
        1995.58 0.587
        1995.67 0.421
        1995.75 0.374
        1995.83 0.47
        1995.92 -0.169
        1996 -0.152
        1996.08 0.172
        1996.17 -0.048
        1996.25 -0.227
        1996.33 0.134
        1996.42 0.085
        1996.5 0.182
        1996.58 -0.008
        1996.67 0.071
        1996.75 0.075
        1996.83 0.14
        1996.92 0.048
        1997 0.036
        1997.08 0.066
        1997.17 0.095
        1997.25 0.05
        1997.33 -0.107
        1997.42 0.14
        1997.5 0.167
        1997.58 0.246
        1997.67 0.317
        1997.75 0.299
        1997.83 0.164
        1997.92 0.296
        1998 0.445
        1998.08 1.044
        1998.17 0.516
        1998.25 0.965
        1998.33 0.876
        1998.42 0.78
        1998.5 0.845
        1998.58 0.788
        1998.67 0.588
        1998.75 0.613
        1998.83 0.149
        1998.92 0.393
        1999 0.416
        1999.08 0.718
        1999.17 0.003
        1999.25 0.291
        1999.33 0.282
        1999.42 0.109
        1999.5 0.28
        1999.58 0.147
        1999.67 0.367
        1999.75 0.133
        1999.83 0.109
        1999.92 0.312
        2000 -0.068
        2000.08 0.297
        2000.17 0.311
        2000.25 0.652
        2000.33 0.283
        2000.42 0.198
        2000.5 0.203
        2000.58 0.171
        2000.67 0.226
        2000.75 0.014
        2000.83 -0.089
        2000.92 -0.063
        2001 0.274
        2001.08 -0.031
        2001.17 0.431
        2001.25 0.414
        2001.33 0.574
        2001.42 0.264
        2001.5 0.357
        2001.58 0.57
        2001.67 0.24
        2001.75 0.182
        2001.83 0.436
        2001.92 0.169
        2002 0.51
        2002.08 0.713
        2002.17 0.549
        2002.25 0.221
        2002.33 0.359
        2002.42 0.465
        2002.5 0.598
        2002.58 0.23
        2002.67 0.31
        2002.75 0.052
        2002.83 0.361
        2002.92 -0.046
        2003 0.725
        2003.08 0.268
        2003.17 0.202
        2003.25 0.313
        2003.33 0.491
        2003.42 0.183
        2003.5 0.387
        2003.58 0.394
        2003.67 0.496
        2003.75 0.579
        2003.83 0.424
        2003.92 0.683
        2004 0.316
        2004.08 0.661
        2004.17 0.599
        2004.25 0.24
        2004.33 0.103
        2004.42 0.03
        2004.5 -0.105
        2004.58 0.026
        2004.67 0.163
        2004.75 0.242
        2004.83 0.389
        2004.92 -0.028
        2005 0.5
        2005.08 0.248
        2005.17 0.427
        2005.25 0.776
        2005.33 0.382
        2005.42 0.422
        2005.5 0.484
        2005.58 0.372
        2005.67 0.526
        2005.75 0.612
        2005.83 0.554
        2005.92 0.344
        2006 0.21
        2006.08 0.393
        2006.17 0.345
        2006.25 0.268
        2006.33 0.13
        2006.42 0.387
        2006.5 0.365
        2006.58 0.339
        2006.67 0.448
        2006.75 0.362
        2006.83 0.232
        2006.92 0.451
        2007 0.94
        2007.08 0.43
        2007.17 0.539
        2007.25 0.585
        2007.33 0.416
        2007.42 0.315
        2007.5 0.42
        2007.58 0.47
        2007.67 0.402
        2007.75 0.325
        2007.83 0.139
        2007.92 0.036
        2008 -0.213
        2008.08 -0.116
        2008.17 0.571
        2008.25 0.189
        2008.33 0.092
        2008.42 0.193
        2008.5 0.278
        2008.58 0.222
        2008.67 0.201
        2008.75 0.449
        2008.83 0.363
        2008.92 0.049
        2009 0.355
        2009.08 0.364
        2009.17 0.228
        2009.25 0.292
        2009.33 0.056
        2009.42 0.041
        2009.5 0.233
        2009.58 0.339
        2009.67 0.677
        2009.75 0.139
        2009.83 0.369
        2009.92 0.099
        2010 0.783
        2010.08 0.635
        2010.17 0.788
        2010.25 0.686
        2010.33 0.709
        2010.42 0.628
        2010.5 0.728
        2010.58 0.727
        2010.67 0.533
        2010.75 0.382
        2010.83 0.555
        2010.92 0.337
        2011 0.08
        2011.08 -0.185
        2011.17 0.019
        2011.25 0.203
        2011.33 0.186
        2011.42 0.496
        2011.5 0.516
        2011.58 0.455
        2011.67 0.449
        2011.75 0.227
        2011.83 0.02
        2011.92 0.098
        2012 -0.16
        2012.08 -0.212
        2012.17 0.052
        2012.25 0.687
        2012.33 0.601
        2012.42 0.67
        2012.5 0.522
        2012.58 0.403
        2012.67 0.562
        2012.75 0.305
        2012.83 0.332
        2012.92 -0.147
        2013 0.398
        2013.08 0.154
        2013.17 0.294
        2013.25 0.139
        2013.33 0.401
        2013.42 0.468
        2013.5 0.269
        2013.58 0.274
        2013.67 0.431
        2013.75 0.303
        2013.83 0.253
        2013.92 0.067
        2014 0.266
        2014.08 -0.053
        2014.17 0.252
        2014.25 0.384
        2014.33 0.445
        2014.42 0.336
        2014.5 0.336
        2014.58 0.29
        2014.67 0.246
        2014.75 0.347
        2014.83 0.047
        2014.92 0.337
        2015 0.469
        2015.08 0.513
        2015.17 0.481
        2015.25 0.156
        2015.33 0.443
        2015.42 0.514
        2015.5 0.361
        2015.58 0.413
        2015.67 0.4
        2015.75 0.563
        2015.83 0.551
        2015.92 0.717
        2016 0.805
        2016.08 1.29
        2016.17 1.213
        2016.25 1.023
        2016.33 0.654
        2016.42 0.641
        2016.5 0.663
        2016.58 0.7
        2016.67 0.735
        2016.75 0.12
        #Data ends
        #Number of samples: 454
        #Mean: 0.165487

      • AndyG55 says:

        TH has now taken the graph back to 1980.

        It is still totally correct as described using the data given

        Poor Riley

        Figure it out.. OR NOT… bozo.

        • Riley says:

          What are the x and y values graphed as your last point? Visually, it looks to be approximately (2016, -1.2). However, the last few points in the source data are as follows:
          2015.92 0.717
          2016 0.805
          2016.08 1.29
          2016.17 1.213
          2016.25 1.023
          2016.33 0.654
          2016.42 0.641
          2016.5 0.663
          2016.58 0.7
          2016.67 0.735
          2016.75 0.12

      • AndyG55 says:

        And the UAH equivalent

        • Riley says:

          I see now that the following calculation is being performed on the source data:
          z=values graphed in OP’s graph

          The source data was unlabeled so it was not clear to me that a calculation was being performed. It’s unfortunate that you repeatedly chose to call me names instead of explaining how the calculation was performed. I wasn’t taking a political stance, I was just trying to understand the information being presented. Please correct me if I’m still missing something.

          • AndyG55 says:

            Sorry, but we are used to people coming in and saying “wrong graph” and we get a bit tired of it.
            So if I came across as somewhat grumpy.. that’s life. I though you took an accusatory tone from the start, so reacted in kind.

            I regularly check TH’s graphs from data, and I have yet to find a major error.

            His graph is clearly marked as an 8 month difference. A very simple calculation.

          • Riley says:

            I understand your frustration. I see that a lot of people in here are similarly confused by the data. It is indeed a simple calculation. I think this issue is that people (like me) didn’t realize a calculation was being performed. Tony’s graph is well-labeled, but the source data doesn’t have titles, so people assume the y-values should be the same as on Tony’s graph. Since so many people are confused, maybe you or Tony could use my explanation to make thing more clear.

            I have a thick skin, so you can name-call if you want. I just wanted to point out that it doesn’t further your argument. Instead, it alienates people and makes it harder for anyone to reassess their preconceived notions in light of new data.

          • AndyG55 says:

            Riley.. if it alienates alarmista… I don’t really care. :-)

            Maybe they should find a “safe space” !

    • GreyGeek says:

      From 2016 Riley noted:
      “Riley says:
      November 14, 2016 at 6:40 pm
      What are the x and y values graphed as your last point? Visually, it looks to be approximately (2016, -1.2). However, the last few points in the source data are as follows:
      2015.92 0.717
      2016 0.805
      2016.08 1.29
      2016.17 1.213
      2016.25 1.023
      2016.33 0.654
      2016.42 0.641
      2016.5 0.663
      2016.58 0.7
      2016.67 0.735
      2016.75 0.12”

      On Easter, 2022, I copied the following data from woodfortrees:
      2015.92 1.025
      2016 1.108
      2016.08 1.627
      2016.17 1.526
      2016.25 1.279
      2016.33 0.848
      2016.42 0.844
      2016.5 0.877
      2016.58 0.968
      2016.67 1.037
      2016.75 0.538
      2016.83 0.674
      2016.92 0.414
      2017 0.808

      The data has obviously been fiddled with to produce the desired change.
      Data 2016 Data 2022
      2016 0.805 2016 1.108
      2016.08 – 1.29 2016.08 – 1.627
      2016.17 – 1.213 2016.17 – 1.526
      2016.25 – 1.023 2016.25 – 1.279
      2016.33 – 0.654 2016.33 – 0.848
      2016.42 – 0.641 2016.42 – 0.844
      2016.5 – 0.663 2016.5 – 0.877
      2016.58 – 0.7 2016.58 – 0.968
      2016.67 – 0.735 2016.67 – 1.037
      2016.75 – 0.12 2016.75 – 0.538

      Riley’s data cuts off after 2016.75
      Between what Riley posted in 2016 and what I copied and pasted today, Easter, 2022, every line of data has been changed, and was probably changed shortly after Tony C&P’d the data to produce the graph shown above. Anyone and everyone who has read the emails in the CRU leaked zip in 2009 and 2011 has read the HARRY_README.txt file and knows how the data has been manipulated to produce the “hockey stick”, even to the point of replacing all the thermometer readings from 1960 to 2000 with “synthetic” data, i.e., pulled out of thin air in order to make the temperature data conform to their hockey stick graph. As they say, if you torture the data long enough it will confess to anything.

  35. Population control is the holy grail of climate change, global warming, global cooling. The left will lie, cheat and steal for this control. says:

    The leftist’s holy grail has always been population control. By Any and all means. Global warming is just the latest avenue. Other people’s children, not theirs of course.

  36. Brian says:

    Once it’s clear that global cooling is the reality and that AGW was not only wrong but a redistributionist hoax, how does the left explain to the world’s people that they wrongly confiscated and spent trillions on this asinine and discredited theory?

    • Gail Combs says:

      Why do you think they changed the meme from GoreBull Warbling to Climate Change?

      Now no matter what they are correct because the weather ALWAYS changes.

      That change in terms tells you right off they were lying.

  37. Roberto Alvarez says:

    Some very good… and factual information here. Too bad the “millenials” can’take read well enough to understand it – but then they get all there news from Myley Cyrus anyway.

    31,000 scientists have noted there is no evidence of man-made climate change – 31+ times the 900, or so, from the IPCC that preach the disproven theory they receive government funding to support, who totally ignore the sun’s cycles, which are the primary determinants of global temp cycles.

    And the Pope and various government leaders conveniently ignore the real science, because it doesn’the support there political agenda of global wealth redistribution from the developed nations to the undeveloped nations.

    It’s just that simple.

  38. mrworldcitizen1 says:

    Of course temps are cooling. It is called a “moander minimum.” The climate has been changing for the past 4.5 billion years or so and will continue to change until the sun explodes and destroys this little blue marble.

  39. nearboston says:

    I predict further cooling through the middle of February, with warming to begin by the first of March. This trend will continue well into the mid part of August, when cooling will again set in.

  40. AndyG55 says:

    Well done TH.

    You have pulled all the ignorance of the AGW alarmista out in one simple post. :-)

    And its a massive roll-up ! :-)

  41. asdasdadsa says:

    Anyone who cannot see the earth is warming is not looking. All over the world we see glaciers melting and mountain tops losing their ice. End of story

  42. Lola says:

    As a rather maniacal observer of, as I put it, “what makes people do the things they do,” and layman on this subject, I must say that this is one of the most entertaining climate change feeds then I’ve had the pleasure to read. Of course, there is no way in God’s green earth (little g-reen) that anyone (over the last two decades) has convinced me that Chicken Little isn’t alive and well. A certain party has not convinced the majority to believe that the end of times is imminent over this. What I love, or despise, about this cacophony of arrogance, is that it was fomented by this certain party to create a problem that doesn’t exist in order to declare themselves the only one capable of fixing it, advertising 101. Forgive me for intruding in this debate, but I simply couldn’t help myself. I am offended by the abuse of, or should I say desperation of the pro CW…now CC…later, who knows what word play… in order to keep grant funding, popularity, etc. I have become a complete radical against anything green, now. I consider this the fault and responsibility of the overfunded Chicken Littles. I live part-time in three different cities, two of which couldn’t care less about all the green hoopla. The third, being Aspen, quite the reverse, of course. I thank God every day for not being as gullible as half the population seems to be. If anything will destroy this world, it will be the spiteful rhetoric, ignorance and global sporting event for ultimate power permeating these times. A little more heat or a little more cool won’t matter in the least. Moot. Period. So those of you declaring 98% of the experts agree are an immediate write- off to me, and totally deserving of my distain. Do I need to say there are many people out there like me, maybe even 98%. No need to remark on my statement, I’m moving on. Just food for thought. Terrific discourse here, however, thanks!

  43. Peter Stephens says:

    maybe the Universe will get lucky and the planet will freeze over and the end of the most destructive species in the Universe will disappear.

  44. Jay Tizle says:

    Millennial here… soaking up some real knowledge. Thank you.
    It seems clear that GW is a total Hoax to spend tax money on “science”. I wonder where that money really goes. I’ve read this entire thread, some really good info here.

  45. Teddy Novak says:

    Global warming (aka climate change) is the religion of the stupid. Sheep, lemmings, and Leftists are easily manipulated.

  46. Jay352 says:

    And when the cold comes and the crops fail , what then? Imagine a a year without a summer in modern times. No food for you climate change propagandists.

  47. a p garcia says:

    Its still sauna weather at NOAA HQ!

  48. Al D says:

    I’ve been saying for years we’re entering a cooling phase. My source is “Old Reliable.” What is that? The Vostok ice core data that goes back over 400,000 years. It’s very cyclical and consistent. The data graph strongly points to a long-term trend on the horizon. I believe the primary causes of the consistency of the data are the sun’s cycles and the earth’s axial and orbital wobbles.

    Of course, ocean currents, water vapor, and volcanic activity also contribute to changes in some regions. For example, the Sahara Desert was lush with green 11,000 years ago and the glaciers were in the process of receding from upper North America.

  49. bill jones says:

    how our buddies on the left spin this which you know absolutely they will

  50. Al D says:

    Even if we are responsible for some of the warming that occurred during the last century, it is a very, very insignificant contribution. It is very possible we have been contributing to global cooling. Again, it would have been an insignificant contribution. What we ARE responsible for is air, land, and water pollution caused by human beings. No doubt about that! And if we have a nuclear war, we will be significant contributors to global cooling, depending on how many monster mushrooms we create.

  51. ryykk says:

    The solar output is probably the biggest contributor to the earth’s temperature. The sun is currently at a very low historical level of activity. That is why global temperatures on Earth and Mars are dropping. It has nothing to do with global warming because we are actually seeing global cooling. So for you global warming worshipers cooling is the opposite of warming.

    It has been forecast that we may achieve a Maunder Minimum around 2030. If that happen the only thing you can do is buy farmland near the equator. Then you can expect a small ice age in the Northern Latitudes. That is what happened the last time we experienced a Maunder Minimum in 1645.

  52. Riley says:

    Temperature dropped from 1.21 in March 2016 to 0.12 in September 2016. This is indeed surprising. But why was there such a large drop?

    I noticed that 1.21 is a record high value for March of any year in the data set, whereas 0.12 is a pretty typical value for September. Is this large drop simply due to the record high temperature in March this year?

    • AndyG55 says:

      It was called an El Nino transient.

      Alarmista want to use it to claim record warming, even though El Nino are absolutely nothing to do with CO2..

      Why shouldn’t TH use it to show the massive rate of cooling after that El Nino transient.! :-)

      It is actually a BRILLIANT post ! :-)

  53. MichMike says:

    The personal behavior of 1% of the U. S. population results in their CO2 footprint being 50 TIMES the average of the other 99%. Not surprising to anyone. What does surprise people is when they realize this means this small group is responsible for more than 33% of ALL U. S. CO2 emissions (all CO2 emissions are attributable to people) and were this small group to only emit 25 TIMES the average of everyone else, OVERALL U. S. CO2 emissions would immediately (not over decades) decline 17%. Could ANY of you AGW folks please explain why all the plans being implemented and proposed will allow this small group to continue their behavior unabated while financially hammering the lower income and middle classes, just for being alive. Please hurry with your explanation, for it is an emergency, you tell us. YOUR explanation for this could change many of those rubes minds about the existence of AGW. BTW, NO ONE has been able to explain this……………………………………………….because it is just part of the scam. THANKS! Should we all wait here for your explanation?

    • Latitude says:

      They don’t even believe their own s c a m…..
      If they did, they would know that they are going to die too

      …or possibly just move
      Because we all know it’s only USA CO2 that’s dangerous

  54. Ralph Gizzip says:

    But, but, but gorebull warming!!!eleventy!!!111!

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  57. garyh845 says:

    Meanwhile here’s what’s making the news – compliments of the Associated Press

    “2016 set to break heat record despite slowdown in emissions”–un-climate-talks-20161114-story.html

  58. B. Afraid says:

    This will also correlate the fact that in 99 years, all of human kind who are living today will be wiped out by death during that time. Oh sure, there will be some survivors, but withing 120 years they will be gone, too. And it is all natural, not man-made.

  59. Sam Dennis says:

    Climate Change is real ….the only issue is whether or not mankind’s contribution to it is a problem. The Gorebots – including Obama, Kerry and the several fatuous ‘celebrities’ – DeNiro, DeCaprio, and a whole bunch of other followers, simply ignore the science that disproves their claim and blindly glom on to the fraudulent studies produced and promoted by the original global warming advocates from the East Anglican University in the UK.

    • AndyG55 says:

      “glom” ? derivative of Scottish “glaum”

      Not a word you see often !

    • AndyG55 says:

      “Climate Change is real”

      Actually, during the satellite era, and in fact back to around 1900 the climate has been remarkably stable.

      Some El Nino solar-forced energy balancing events during the latter half of last century.

      but other than that, quite benign.

      That may be about to change as the effects of the sleepy sun start to bite harder, some time in the next year or so.

  60. AndyG55 says:

    Great post on NoTricksZone repeating what I have said hundreds of times before.

    NO WARMING in the satellite temperature data apart from El Nino effects.

  61. obama says:

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  62. Lab Rat says:

    Pleistocene Epoch (last Ice Age) began about 1.8 million years ago and lasted until about 11,700 years ago. It ended without a car, truck or airplane in sight. Gee Wiz, the Earth gets hot & cold without Man!!!! Could Climate Change be from the Sun or the Earth’s orbit around it. Lets sue somebody!!!!

  63. AndyG55 says:

    Darn it.. I wish this thread wasn’t here.

    I have other important work I have got to do ! :-(

  64. Chris Long says:

    A terribly inconvenient truth.

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  66. Robert D. [Dan] McMurray says:

    The data in:
    Does not seem to be the same as is on the chart for 2016.
    Tell me where I am wrong.

  67. John Tobin says:

    Why are you using an 8 month comparison period, why not a 12 month or 3 month?
    Genuinely interested in reasoning of chosen window

  68. Prelusive007 says:

    Uh oh. A LOT of global-warming leftwingnut fruitcakes are not going to like this news. They’ll be demanding that CNN, CBS, NBC, and ABC retract this “cooling” news immediately. Matter of fact, it may never even make it to the “news’.

  69. FrankTrades says:

    Google: Sea Level NOAA Battery. the graph there shows no trend change back to 1850 when world pop. was 1 billion. It’s now 7 billion and burning of hydrocarbons has increased even faster, yet increased polar ice cap melting has NOT occurred.

    • Bitsko says:

      Not to mention the fact that melting pack ice has no effect on sea level. Aside from the fact that the pack ice represents an absolutely trivial amount of the total water in the oceans, floating ice already displaces its own mass of liquid water. That’s why it floats.

      Fill a glass with ice and water to the rim, and wait for the ice to melt. Does it overflow? No, it does not.

  70. John Clark says:

    Its not the USA that is leading the world in air pollution its China. I don’t see them doing anything to lower their Co2 emissions. They are building coal fired power plants at a rate of 1 a week with no end in sight. As far as population goes, if we didn’t feed all the stupid starving people in the world who can’t control their own sex drives, there wouldn’t be a population problem. Whatever you subsidize, you create more of. Give poor people money to have babies and you will get more babies. Of course, this serves our Democratic Party well. The more people depend on the government for their income the less likely they are to leave the plantation.

  71. Bitsko says:

    Orwell had a word for this: “Doublethink.”

    For years they’ve hammered the notion that global warming is proof of “climate change.” Now that it’s cooling they say, “See? Told you so.”

    Without skipping a beat, and without a hint of irony.

  72. Jasonn says:

    Gee, how awkward for ManBearPig and all the knuckleheads who swallow his global warming BS hook, line and sinker. Sheesh.

  73. Ronald Borek says:

    Could it be that the Russian scientist are correct that the sun is going into a very low energy level and the sun’s own magnet fields are shifting. Very close to what happen in the 1840/1860 when it snowed on in Kansas and New England in June, July, August.

  74. paperpushermj says:

    Want to know what’s going on

    Go to Youtube…Adapt 2030

  75. OrganicFool says:

    Fossil fuels allow Millennials the luxury to be more concerned about their gender and which bathroom to use than how they eat, heat their homes, transport themselves, find clean water, sip their fair trade coffee with extra foam.

    If the grid goes down for even a day….

  76. bob payne says:

    I live in South Australia this month are average temp for high and low are 3.4 c below average and summer starts on the 1st of December.

  77. GlobalWrench says:

    This eight month cooling anomaly is most likely due to the effects of direct climate engineering operations. The climate analysis from the same source shows signification warming of the troposphere over the last 35 years:

    Tropospheric Temperature

    There are three tropospheric temperature datasets available from RSS, TLT (Temperature Lower Troposphere), TMT (Temperature Middle Troposphere), and TTT (Temperature Tropical Troposphere, after Fu and Johansen). Using these datasets, we can investigate whether there have been significant changes in the tropospheric temperature over the last 35 years, and whether or not the spatial patterns of these changes agree with those predicted by climate models.

    Over the past decade, we have been collaborating with Ben Santer at LLNL (along with numerous other investigators) to compare our tropospheric results with the predictions of climate models. Our results can be summarized as follows:

    Over the past 35 years, the troposphere has warmed significantly. The global average temperature has risen at an average rate of about 0.13 degrees Kelvin per decade (0.23 degrees F per decade).
    Climate models cannot explain this warming if human-caused increases in greenhouse gases are not included as input to the model simulation.
    The spatial pattern of warming is consistent with human-induced warming. See Santer et al 2008, 2009, 2011, and 2012 for more about the detection and attribution of human induced changes in atmospheric temperature using MSU/AMSU data.

    • AndyG55 says:

      The only warming in the satellite era has come from El Nino events.

      The spatial pattern of warming is ONLY consistent with El Nino type warming.

      1. No warming in the UAH or RSS satellite record from 1980 to 1998 El Nino

      2. No warming between the end of that El Nino in 2001 and the start of the current El Nino at the beginning of 2015.

      3. No warming in the southern polar region for the whole 38 years of the satellite record.

      4. No warming in the southern ex-tropicals for 20 years.

      5. No warming in Australia for 20 years, cooling since 2002

      6. No warming in Japan surface data for the last 20 years, No warming from 1950-1990.. ie, a zero trend for 40 years through their biggest industrial expansion

      7. No warming in the USA since 2005 when a non-corrupted system was installed, until the beginning of the current El Nino.

      8. UAH Global Land shows no warming from 1979-1997, then no warming from 2001 – 2015

      9. Iceland essentially the same temperature as in the late 1930s as now, maybe slightly lower

      10. British Columbia (Canada) temperatures have been stable, with no warming trend, throughout 1900-2010

      11. Chile has been cooling since the 1940s.

      12. Southern Sea temperatures not warming from 1982-2005, then cooling

      13. Even UAH NoPol shows no warming this century until the large spike in January 2016.

      That is DESPITE a large climb in CO2 levels over those regions and time periods.


      The ONLY warming has come from regional El Nino and ocean circulation effects such as the PDO and AMO.

    • Latitude says:

      Over the past 35 years, the troposphere has warmed significantly. The global average temperature has risen at an average rate of about 0.13 degrees Kelvin per decade (0.23 degrees F per decade).

      .23 per decade X 3.5 decades = .805 F

      …well I certainly felt it

    • AndyG55 says:

      “most likely due to the effects of direct climate engineering operations.”

      WTF is that meant to mean?

    • GW says:

      Santer is a liar and a fraud. Just like Hansen, Schmidt, Mann, Schneider, Jones, Karl, Petersen, Dessler, Hayhoe, Alley, Wigly, Holdren, Erlich, and the rest of the cabal that make up the “consensus.” And he also has a propensity toward violence against his fellow scientists who disagree with his fraudulent positions.

  78. DM says:

    Give the data to NASA. By the time they get through adjusting the numbers they will have you convinced the oceans are boiling.

  79. Self-Anointed Obamessiah says:

    Of course the planet is cooling.

    Obama explained that he healed the planet in return for the nation electing him in 2008.

    All hail the self-anointed Obamessiah!

  80. Johnny Socialist says:

    This rapid cooling is due to global warming!

    It’s all documented in that really scary movie ‘The Day After Tomorrow’.

    Folks, There’s only one solution left:

    Everyone has to pay Carbon Taxes, lots and lots of Carbon taxes!

  81. AndyG55 says:

    I hope everybody saw this cartoon. :-)

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  83. Roger Zelinsky says:

    Doesn’t this happen every year? I think it’s called “Winter”.

    • AndyG55 says:

      These are anomalies…. and they are global.

      In case you didn’t know, that means the seasonal cycle is taken out of the data…

      .. and in the Southern Hemisphere.. it is coming into summer, anyway.

      Try again…. when you can get you mind around it. !.

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  85. TimeToWakeUPAmerica says:

    The CLUB OF ROME, just ONE of MANY ~ FRONT ORGANIZATIONS ~ of the Western “elites” is the organization that came up with “global warming”, back in 1991, in their publication, entitled THE FIRST GLOBAL REVOLUTION.

    “In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution,the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then, is humanity itself.” — excerpt from THE FIRST GLOBAL REVOLUTION, by CLUB OF ROME, 1991.

    Source: THE FINAL DESTRUCTION OF AMERICA: JFK’S 1961 Prophecy EXPOSES Obummer, SHill-ary, the ‘District’ of Columbia, the Pope, Vatican ‘City’, the Rothschilds, the ‘City’ of London & the NWO/JWO (“Jew” World Order)

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  86. renbe2010 says:

    2016 will very likely be the hottest year on record and a new high for the third year in a row, according to the UN. It means 16 of the 17 hottest years on record will have been this century.

    The scorching temperatures around the world, and the extreme weather they drive, mean the impacts of climate change on people are coming sooner and with more ferocity than expected, according to scientists.

    The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) report, published on Monday at the global climate summit in Morocco, found the global temperature in 2016 is running 1.2C above pre-industrial levels. This is perilously close to to the 1.5C target included as an aim of the Paris climate agreement last December.

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  89. oneno says:

    According to the independent scientist who authored Planet X, Comets and Earth Changes and Principia Meterologia the Earth is warming and relaxing (mountain land slides) from a close fly-by of a planet sized comet (comet Venus) that caused the last cooling event.

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