Kamikawa, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan Has Had A Slight Cooling Trend Since 1987

Kamikawa is located in Hokkaido Prefecture, which is the coldest part in Japan.

The temperature of the town shows a slight cooling trend since 1987.

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The period of 32 years is not short.

However, I guess that climate alarmists don’t like such data because they love the myth that temperature across the globe is rising steadily due to CO2.

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5 Responses to Kamikawa, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan Has Had A Slight Cooling Trend Since 1987

  1. Mikey0 says:

    The funny part to me is that all the charts and graphs have such a small variation in temperatures – a half degree here, 3/4 of a degree there – that there isn’t enough of a change for anyone to truly notice. The claims of what the catastrophic effect would be if the temps went up 2 degrees are pure speculation. And that isn’t even happening. Global warming hysteria did set the stage for this present nonsense.

  2. Scarface says:

    Could you do a trend analysis for Amsterdam? A remote island in the Indian Ocean.

    (Île Amsterdam)
    https://goo.gl/maps/WbQ5duSMsf5BpCgk7
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%8Ele_Amsterdam

  3. Disillusioned says:

    Global warming hysteria did set the stage for this present nonsense.

    Bingo and BOOM!

  4. WCK says:

    ANYTIME the government, authorities, academia, and other assorted snake oil peddlers tell you that the numbers have been “adjusted” to make them MORE accurate, get a good hold of your wallet and head the other direction.

  5. David says:

    Climate and COVID—It isn’t global hysteria. It’s a ‘globalist’ hysteria. And those Marxist-globalists will be even more hysterical when the people toss them to history’s garbage heap of tinpot dictators.

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