Thursday, June 25, 2015

Are We On The Verge of Minimum? - or - Name One Thing The Warmist's Got Right!

Benny Peiser's Global Warming Policy Foundation Reports
The World May Be Entering An Extended Cooling Period. 

Now what about all those billions wasted on global warming studies that have been either proven to be wrong or fraudulent and clearly outline how truth isn't the Golden Calf of science.  It's grant money!  Grant money turned science into politics.  Politics made scientific integrity an oxymoron!

Met Office Issues Warning That Temperatures Could Plummet As Sun Enters Cooler Phase - Britain could be on the verge of a mini Ice Age as the Sun enters a cooler phase, the Met Office warned yesterday. The last big chill was felt hundreds of years ago when Frost Fairs were held on the frozen River Thames. However the Met Office said the new freeze will not be enough to cancel out the effects of global warming. Met Office’s Hadley Centre, which looks at long term forecasts, said there was a 15-20 per cent chance that we could match the temperatures last seen in 1645-1715 – sometimes called the Little Ice Age – when the River Thames froze over. --Colin Fernandez, Daily Mail, 24 June 2015

The Sun Is Now Virtually Blank During The Weakest Solar Cycle In More Than A Century - The sun is almost completely blank. The main driver of all weather and climate, the entity which occupies 99.86% of all of the mass in our solar system, the great ball of fire in the sky has gone quiet again during what is likely to be the weakest sunspot cycle in more than a century. Not since cycle 14 peaked in February 1906 has there been a solar cycle with fewer sunspots. --Paul Dorian, Vencore, Inc. 30 April 2015

Study Predicts Decades Of Global Cooling Ahead - Scientists at the University of Southampton predict that a cooling of the Atlantic Ocean could cool global temperatures a half a degree Celsius and may offer a “brief respite from the persistent rise of global temperatures,” according to their study. “The observations of the Atlantic Multi-decadal Oscillation [AMO] over the past ten years show that it is declining,” Dr. David Smeed, a co-author, said in a statement. Atlantic cooling can impact the climate for decades, according to researchers, on timescales from 20 to 30 years. This means cooler global temperatures and changing weather patterns could unfold over the next two to three decades, possibly extending the so-called “pause” in global warming. --Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller, 28 May 2015

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