Wednesday, October 24, 2012

From The Climate Policy Network


Global Warming Standstill Confirmed


Editor's Note:  These posts are an absolute indictment of the left and it's secular religion; environmentalism, and clearly demonstrates that any comments that detract from their Kyrie Leison of global warming must be dealt with as heresy. 
Let us look at the last three decades average global temperature but update the Met Office graph to Hadcrut4. You will notice it is essentially the same showing a steady increase – the unchanging underlying rate of global warming. Now, bearing in mind the imposed constraint in the Met Office approach of decades with arbitrary start and end points, take the same Hadcrut4 data but this time use all the available and work backwards in 5-year integrations. You will see it tells a very different story. There is now no consistent increase in temperature seen in this data. The data, displayed this way, reveals that far from showing a steady underlying rate of warming the global temperature has had two standstills, with curiously, the 1998 super El Nino delineating them. –David Whitehouse, The Global Warming Policy Foundation, 23 October 2012

When will global warming  start again? The truth is no one knows. It is likely that in the 2020s, the Atlantic cycle – currently in warm mode – will also flip to cold, so that for some years both the Pacific and Atlantic cycles will be cold at the same time. When this happens, world temperatures may decline, as they did in the Forties. Prof Curry said: “If we are currently in a plateau and possibly headed for cooling, then sometime in the middle of the century we would likely see another period with a large warming trend. Because of natural variability, it is impossible to pinpoint what 2100 would look like. The climate sensitivity to greenhouse warming is still pretty uncertain, and it is not clear whether or to what extent man-made factors will dominate the climate of this period.” –David Rose,
Mail on Sunday, 21 October 2012

When a celebrated French philosopher from the centre left assails the “despotic” politics of environmental fear he should expect a dressing down from his climate change-conscious comrades. But Pascal Bruckner has incited such fury with a diatribe against green prophesiers of imminent planetary ruin, the reaction has surprised even this veteran of the transatlantic culture wars. --Emma Kate-Symons,
Financial Review, 20 October 2012

This climate rebel has a cause — to expose the real IPCC — to pull back the curtain, if you will, on this Wizard of Oz and expose — well, a phoney. The IPCC is filled with environmental activists, not objective scientists measuring data and coming to conclusions. --Licia Corbella,
Calgary Herald, 18 October 2012
Amid unprecedented melting of the Arctic summer sea ice, new temperature records in the US and a historic drought, the last of three presidential debates wound up on Monday night without Barack Obama or Mitt Romney ever uttering the words climate change. It was the first time since 1988, the year Congress was first briefed on the emerging threat by the scientist James Hansen, that there had been no mention of climate change in an election debate. The omission – or "climate silence" – has proved hugely frustrating to campaigners. --Suzanne Goldenberg, The Guardian, 23 October 2012

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