Global Temperatures Continue To Fall

Global temperatures  have fallen more than 0.7C over the last three years, and are much cooler than they were twenty years ago. They are not quite as cold yet as they were during the 1970’s ice age scare, but are headed that direction.

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Sea surface temperatures are below normal in most of the Southern Hemisphere, and are particularly cold around Greenland and Antarctica.

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Meanwhile, climate experts are 100% certain that 100% of the imaginary warming is due to humans.

Analysis: Why scientists think 100% of global warming is due to humans | Carbon Brief

I annotated a graph which shows how this works. Twenty degree swings in global temperature are natural, but zero degree swings are 100% man-made.

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58 Responses to Global Temperatures Continue To Fall

  1. gregole says:

    And what precisely, drove those 20 degree swings? We don’t know. Take away ENSO and volcanoes and there is pretty much zero delta T on the satellite data set.

    • DCA says:

      A summary bullet from the Carbon Brief article linked in the post that made me chuckle:

      “Natural variability in the Earth’s climate is unlikely to play a major role in long-term warming”

      Maybe they never saw your graph, Tony.

    • GeologyJim says:

      I love the significance of the ice-core record of T and CO2 through time. With ultimate simplicity, it shows:

      CO2 rises/falls AFTER T rises/falls (by hundreds of years)

      T begins to rise (end of glacial epoch) when CO2 is at its lowest value

      T begins to decline (end of interglacial/start of next Ice Age) when CO2 is at its highest value.

      Three simple observations that completely destroy the CAGW hypothesis. Nothing more needs to be said.

      Why are we still “arguing” this BS “settled science” that is so plainly false?

  2. Norilsk says:

    CO2 lacks the muscle to lift the temperature.

  3. Ezekiel Nematode says:

    So why is your idiot-in-chief now saying that 4 degrees of warming by 2100 is now inevitable?

    It’s either happening or it isn’t, but you retarded fuckers can’t even get your bullshit stories straight.

    Oh well, I don’t much care what happens to your shithole country anyway, you deserve everything that’s coming to you.

    • tonyheller says:

      The left becomes increasingly vile, hateful and mindlessly irrational every day.

    • Oil Can says:

      Unhinged…to the core.

    • Mr GrimNasty says:

      Could you remind me oh wriggly parasitic worm, why do half of climate scientists deny there was a pause, whilst the other half try to explain the pause is consistent with CAGW. CAGW is the only non-falsifiable junk theory in the history of humanity. If you really want to plunder the pit of irreconcilable inconsistencies, CAGW scientism will yield an inexhaustible supply.

      Incidentally, Trump has not said 4C is inevitable, the media has reported that they have seen a draft report by someone in the administration that mentions that 4C is what some in CAGW scientism claim. So maybe YOU should get the story straight.

    • Gator says:

      So why is your idiot-in-chief now saying that 4 degrees of warming by 2100 is now inevitable?

      It’s either happening or it isn’t, but you retarded fuckers can’t even get your bullshit stories straight.

      Oh well, I don’t much care what happens to your shithole country anyway, you deserve everything that’s coming to you.

      Another shining example of how leftists debate science.

    • spike55 says:

      “I don’t much care what happens to your shithole country anyway”

      I take it you are from the Middle East somewhere, little tapeworm.

      Jealousy, very evident. ;-)

    • AndyDC says:

      You are just one of many pesky little gnats that get swatted away on this blog. By people that have actually researched the subject, as opposed to the useful idiots that are simply regurgitating alarmist lies.

    • Nutation_discombobulation says:

      That’s funny, I pictured you as a rednecked retard.
      Please do us all a favor and shimmy back up your butt from whence you came!

  4. RAH says:

    It’s looking more and more like there will be a mild Modoki type El Nino this winter. The SOI is already below the threshold. https://www.longpaddock.qld.gov.au/soi/

    Looks like I’ll be doing the most serious winter driving this winter I’ve had to do since the winter 0f 2014-15. Jan through March of 2015 was when Boston set a new all time record for both 24 hours and annual snow.

    • AZ1971 says:

      RAH, anything is possible. Here in Arizona a couple of years ago (when the massive snowfall and record precipitation hit California and the West Coast that killed off the “perpetual drought” as advanced by Moonbean Brown) we had plenty of rain without an El Niño or even Modoki version in place. No one could have foreseen it, but we appreciated it. The Old Farmers Almanac is also calling for a bitterly cold winter and lots of snow, but honestly, it’s hard to predict anything. That’s what makes atmospheric sciences so interesting to me.

      Be safe in your travels.

      • RAH says:

        Joe Bastardi has been forecasting it coming for many months now. The Weatherbell winter forecast is to a large extent based on years with a similar pattern.

        Well, see ya all later. Be making to runs between the Toronto area and Romulus, MI and won’t be back until late Saturday. Another two OT days. They raised doubled our border crossing pay a couple weeks ago.

  5. Griff says:

    I don’t see what the multiply adjusted proxy readings from the troposphere by politically motivated researchers tells us about climate…

  6. Louis Hooffstetter says:

    “To assess the role of each different forcing in observed temperature changes, Carbon Brief adapted a simple statistical climate model…”

    “Carbon Brief’s analysis finds that: Since 1850, almost all the long-term warming can be explained by greenhouse gas emissions and other human activities.”

    “NASA’s Dr Gavin Schmidt has pointed out, the IPCC’s implied best guess was that humans were responsible for around 110% of observed warming (ranging from 72% to 146%), with natural factors in isolation leading to a slight cooling over the past 50 years.”

    What are these clowns smoking?

  7. Griff says:

    No mention of the recent record temps for time of year across Alaska?

    Or the slowest refreeze of the arctic sea ice in 40 years?

    • Nutation_discombobulation says:

      Isn’t the weather wonderful, just like the clouds, forever changing. Wouldn’t it be boring if everyday and every month and every year were the same? Yehovah is awesome!

    • spike55 says:

      LYING YET AGAIN hey, deceitful cretin.

      DMI show the refreeze taken from this year’s minimum date this year is faster this year than in 2006, 2012, 2007, 2008, and 2010

      And why cherry-pick just Alaska, when most of Canada is well BELOW normal

      You are NOTHING but a LYING deceitful twerp.

    • Gator says:

      Ms Griff is a cherry picking genocidal lefty, and she is so very proud.

    • Gerald Machnee says:

      Griff – no mention of my question about CO2 and temperatures. You should be looking for the study that proves CO2 causes temperature increase. You must have lots of time.

  8. mddwave says:

    Tony Heller
    I got a question I am hoping you have insight.

    When you posted the sea surface temperature anomaly, I am reminded of the warm region just east of New England that is consistently there for the the last few years. I was wondering if you have any thoughts on that condition

    Thanks

  9. Psalmon says:

    I saw that IPCC is releasing it’s latest report on Monday. From interviews it basically comes down to this…pay us what we want, cut emissions (basically fossil fuels) and we will stop adjusting temps so they will level off just in time.

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