“We Will Have to Conclude Global Warming is Over.”

A new article in The Australian adds some more to the growing pile of evidence against global warming, and it is remarkably stark, clear, and to-the-point:

Disconcerting as it may be to true believers in global warming, the average temperature on Earth has remained steady or slowly declined during the past decade, despite the continued increase in the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide, and now the global temperature is falling precipitously.

All four agencies that track Earth’s temperature (the Hadley Climate Research Unit in Britain, the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, the Christy group at the University of Alabama, and Remote Sensing Systems Inc in California) report that it cooled by about 0.7C in 2007. This is the fastest temperature change in the instrumental record and it puts us back where we were in 1930. If the temperature does not soon recover, we will have to conclude that global warming is over.

Four separate agencies all confirm not only what we reported here at TWM last month – that global temperatures have been decreasing over the past 7-10 years – but in addition to that, global temperatures dropped a “precipitous” 0.7 degrees Celcius just last year – the largest single year temperature drop in history.

It appears that global warming is slowly becoming the passing fad all the history books surely will remember it as. Any guesses as to what the next big global crisis will be? Or how long Hollywood will keep pumping out global warming themed movies before someone gets them the memo?

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“We Will Have to Conclude Global Warming is Over.”

A new article in The Australian adds some more to the growing pile of evidence against global warming, and it is remarkably stark, clear, and to-the-point:

Disconcerting as it may be to true believers in global warming, the average temperature on Earth has remained steady or slowly declined during the past decade, despite the continued increase in the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide, and now the global temperature is falling precipitously.

All four agencies that track Earth’s temperature (the Hadley Climate Research Unit in Britain, the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, the Christy group at the University of Alabama, and Remote Sensing Systems Inc in California) report that it cooled by about 0.7C in 2007. This is the fastest temperature change in the instrumental record and it puts us back where we were in 1930. If the temperature does not soon recover, we will have to conclude that global warming is over.

Four separate agencies all confirm not only what we reported here at TWM last month – that global temperatures have been decreasing over the past 7-10 years – but in addition to that, global temperatures dropped a “precipitous” 0.7 degrees Celcius just last year – the largest single year temperature drop in history.

It appears that global warming is slowly becoming the passing fad all the history books surely will remember it as. Any guesses as to what the next big global crisis will be? Or how long Hollywood will keep pumping out global warming themed movies before someone gets them the memo?

2 thoughts on ““We Will Have to Conclude Global Warming is Over.”

  1. Listen, I'm not a big believer in global warming–one good thing that came from reading Dan Brown… 😉

    I gotta say, though, I'm not sold on the idea of some Australian guy's opinion column serving as evidence of anything! There's no fact-checking or vetting in the 'editorial' section at most papers. Especially not Aussie papers.

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  2. Well, even though it is an editorial, it contains easily verifiable material.

    See the four temp tracking agencies' numbers compared here, complete with links to the agencies themselves to back up the data.

    On average, the agencies showed a decrease of 0.64 degrees Celcius in 2007 – and all of them did show the largest single year drop in history.

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