US Winter Temperatures Track AMO

Kirye(@KiryeNet) suggested that I add the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation into my graphing software. US winter temperatures track the AMO.

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5 Responses to US Winter Temperatures Track AMO

  1. G W Smith says:

    Good idea. And she seems like a good mate for you, too.

  2. Conrad Ziefle says:

    So it appears that we are at or near a peak for the AMO? It would be most beneficial if it were indeed at a peak right now. Hopefully the coming weather over the next two years would completely discredit the global warming model.

    • That is precisely why there is such urgency and calling for ‘action’. Bill Gates’ stratosphere seeding is an example of the rain dance that could be performed in order to claim credit for naturally declining temperatures. Considering how many cubic miles of dust is required, as evidenced by the massive volcanic eruptions such as Krakatoa, Gates will go broke before influencing the climate. The Earth’s climate is actually super-stable, it’s only in models based on junk science, that a cow’s fart will cause disaster. This is mainly because the solution methods and integration algorithms employed, and not the actual system, are precariously stable, if not unstable.

      • Richard says:

        Gates will never spend his own money- the foundation with Buffet is a scam- Gates said 20 years ago he could feed all of Africa in 10 years – didnt work and he didnt spend a dime
        Like Bono of U2 he wants other peoples monies not his own

  3. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    The point of course with the AMO is the cycle represents up to a half of the warming last century.

    HadCRUT 3 detrended

    The IPCC’s official century is from 1906 to 2005, which starts neatly with the lowest point of the cycle and ends at the highest point of the next cycle. This is a big tell that this whole anthropogenic global warming thing is fake.

    Add in the solar effect, which rose throughout the century to a peak around the same year and there isn’t much left for CO2 to have done.

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