There certainly is global warming and the fact is climate change is the term used that includes a heck of a lot more than global warming. Why do you think 8 of the 10 hottest years on record have occured since 1998? There is some reason global temperature went up 1.9 degrees Celcius since 1895 a change unexplained by natural variation or anything else other than increased temperature from manmade emissions.
This debunks the deniers false claim of cooling. A very interesting article
Global temperature 2013 - RealClimate: Shindell: On ... www.realclimate.org/.../2014/01/global-temperature-2013 Cached RealClimate: The global temperature data for 2013 are now published. 2010 and 2005 remain the warmest years since records began in the 19th Century. 1998 ... ..No if you knew anything about science it's climate chane. Global warming is a part of climate change but it refers to global temperature averages-long term climate not short term weather. Over the last several decades it has gone up considerably
Buddy wants us to believe that the 10,000 of a percent of time we have recorded weather data compared to the age of the earth that somehow they can predict that we've never had a warming period ( if it's even happening). That's like pissing in a mud hole and swearing you just created an ocean.
Neither can scientist's because they are only looking at a small small small fraction of time compared to the time thhe earth has exisisted. You can repost that link all you like it doesn't make it true.
What I have found is the scientist's lie when they want to make a point, just like the Democrats do. I think every time they open their mouth they are mothering air pollution.
Here in East Ky. we have the purest air in the US. Thanks to Obama for shutting down the mining of that old nasty Coal. Oh, we had pure air before Obama destroyed the Coal industry. Oh well, so much for Obama.
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I now confine my rebuttals to sources within IPCC5 itself. Read the UN’s report (not the “Summary for Policy Makers” written by politicians and environmental advocates but t he underlying scientific analyses written by the scientists). You will find no evidence for apocalyptic warnings. Specifically, IPCC5 finds no, or little, evidence for increased hurricanes, global droughts, floods, tornadoes glacial melting or sea level rise. You will find predictions, based entirely on models, that all of these will get worse in a hundred years. You will also find an admission that the models do not work – that they are unable to reconcile with the past 15 years of data – and that the IPCC does not know why. The theory assumption of the models is that anthropogenic CO2 influences atmospheric CO2 levels which in turn raises global temperatures. Evidence from ice cores shows quite clearly that increased CO2 levels follow increased temperatures by a few centuries. Data are a higher form of truth than theory. The focus of the IPCC should be in understanding why their models don’t work rather than making ever more fanciful prdictions.
people will not buy your bs buddy. I guarantee you we will have sea ice in 2016 pal. In 2007 or 2009 (cant remember which right now) sea ice in the arctic dropped to the lowest level ever recorded. The next year it was back as strong as ever. Sea levels were unaffected, and thats a FACT. The rss wnd uah satellites show there has been no atmospheric warming since 1998. So in the 16 year period where mankind produced more Co2 than any other 16 year period before, the atmosphere didnt even warm. If you can’t see how that destroys the AGW theory then you ckearly dont even understand the theory
Buddy is being led by fear, Here is my argument for him being led by fear. He has been told that humans are contributing way more CO2 to the atmosphere than it can handle. And that CO2 will warm the planet, and cause all kinds of nasty things to happen like: sea level rise, famine, war, climate refugees, mass extinctions, drought, floods, hurricanes, diseases, on and on, so on and so forth. Right? Forgive me if I’ve left anything out. Buddy are you not afraid of sea level rise? Are you not afraid of: famine, war, climate refugees, mass extinctions, drought, floods, hurricanes, diseases, so on and so forth? I bet that you are. And because you are afraid of these things you are willing to go along with what the “experts” say we should do to stop it. Right? Well I suggest that you do some research on methods used to control people. You will find that one of the greatest tools in that toolbox is fear. Fear keeps you unfocused, off balance, and paralyzed. It makes your will malleable.It’s sad really. You want your socialist utopia. I get that. But have you considered what you’re doing to yourself in order to facilitate it? You’ve already admitted, years ago, that you go along with AGW because, even if it’s not true, it was a way to achieve your political views. What does that make you? Are you willing to do anything, say anything to achieve your political goal, your perceived utopia? The ends justify the means? Up to and including making up total lies? Because that is what you have done. There is not even a shred of truth, or reality in what you said above. Zip, zero, nada, nill. Be careful that in your pursuit of utopia that you don’t create your own hell.
No evidence of warming in the last 15 years you say. You mean no year hotter at all than hottest year on record and the fact 8 of the 10 hottest years on record all occured since 1998.
Yep Dave and everyone here has you pegged. Your scared shi++less by propaganda feed to you. So you mean the we should run scared like you because they use a small smal small fraction of time to tell us this has never happened before? Sorry can't buy it.
Here are a few facts buddy doesnt mention, these are straight from NOAA reports.
Separately, the 2013 global average land surface temperature was 0.99°C (1.78°F) above the 20th century average of 8.5°C (47.3°F), the fourth highest annual value on record. wow 1.78 degrees....
The 2013 global average ocean temperature was 0.48°C (0.86°F) above the 20th century average of 16.1°C (60.9°F) and tied with 2006 as the eighth highest annual temperature on record and the highest since 2010, the last time El Niño conditions were present in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean. ENSO-neutral conditions were present in this region during all of 2013. This tells why the ocean was a fantastic 0.86 degrees warmer than average... El Nino was present...
Precipitation measured at land-based stations around the globe was near average on balance for 2013, at just 0.31 mm above the long-term average. However, as is typical, precipitation varied greatly from region to region. This is the second consecutive year with near-average global precipitation at land-based stations. rainfall average? Nothing out of the ordinary there...
part of the central United States was cooler than average over land. Small regions scattered across the eastern Pacific Ocean and an area in the Southern Ocean south of South America were cooler than average. No region of the globe was record cold during 2013. how can it be global warming when areas are cooler than average?
Temperatures across most of North America were above average during 2013, but overall more moderate than 2012, which brought record heat to much of the continent. It was warmer than average during winter for both Canada and the United States. However, the contiguous United States observed its coolest spring since 1996 and first cooler-than-average season overall since winter 2010/11. abover average but cooler than the year before? Wheres the proof of global warming when 2013 was cooler than 2012?
Many regions across Europe were warmer than average at the start of 2013. Reykjavik, Iceland recorded its warmest January since 1987 and the north east of the country had its warmest January–February on record. However, spring brought extremely cold conditions affecting a large swath of Europe. In most of European Russia, March was colder than February for the first time since 1957. In the north of this region, it was the coldest March in the past half century, as temperatures were 8°–10°C (14°–18°F) below average in some areas. France had its coolest spring since 1986 and the Netherlands recorded its coolest spring in more than 40 years. Spring brought the United Kingdom its coolest March since 1962 and the coolest month of any month since December 2010, along with the coolest April and May since 1989 and 1996, respectively. again cooler than average...
A couple more facts from NOAA...all numbers are for 2013
On the opposite pole, the Antarctic sea ice extent for March was 2.05 million square miles, 350,000 square miles (20.2 percent) above the 1981–2010 average of 1.70 million square miles. This marked the third largest March Antarctic sea ice extent on record behind 2008 and 2013. Combining the Arctic and Antarctic sea ice, March global sea ice was 7.75 million square miles, 0.8 percent above the 1981–2010 average.
According to NOAA data analyzed by the Rutgers Global Snow Lab, the March snow cover extent for the contiguous U.S. was 845,000 square miles, which was 104,000 square miles above the 1981-2010 average.
The average temperature for the contiguous U.S. during March was 40.5°F, 1.0°F below the 20th century average. This was the 43rd coldest March on record, and the coldest since 2002.
Below-average temperatures dominated the eastern half of the contiguous U.S. during March. The largest departures from average occurred across the Great Lakes and Northeast, where nine states had temperatures that ranked among their 10 coldest on record. The persistent cold resulted in nearly two-thirds of the Great Lakes remaining frozen into early April. Vermont had its coldest March on record, with a statewide temperature of 18.3°F, 8.9°F below average. The previous coldest March in Vermont occurred in 1916 when the monthly average temperature was 18.6°F. Maine and New Hampshire each had their second coldest March on record, while Michigan and New York had their fifth coldest. Massachusetts and Wisconsin had their eighth coldest March, Connecticut its ninth coldest, and Pennsylvania its 10th coldest.