Sixty Years Of No Troposphere Warming

Satellite data shows that current troposphere temperatures are about the same as 1991 and 1995.  Other than spikes and dips caused by volcanoes and ENSO events, there has been no change in temperature.

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The 1995 IPCC report showed no change in troposphere temperature from 1958 to 1995, based on satellite and balloon observations.

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No warming from 1958-1995, and none since 1995. So there has been little or no warming for 60 years, which of course is reported by government agencies as the Earth burning up.

Climate at a Glance | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

When data doesn’t fit the agenda, government scientists simply alter it.

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4 Responses to Sixty Years Of No Troposphere Warming

  1. gregole says:

    Looking at the raw data it looks to my untrained eye to be pretty much noise around zero. What’s all the fuss about?

  2. neal s says:

    I wonder how griff or terak explain the discrepancy between what NASA reported in 2016 versus what they reported in 1999. They cannot both be correct, although they could both be wrong. If NASA were incompetent in 1999, why would we expect them to be competent now?

    • Stewart Pid says:

      Both of the two tools would tell you that the difference is because it is warmer now and they wouldn’t understand why you don’t get it. They are both hopelessly thick and unable to comprehend the simpliest of graphs.

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