Wednesday, December 8, 2010

The Global Warming Farce: What Happened To The "Warmest Year On Record"? The Truth Is Global Warming Is Bull Crap!

Right now, Al Gore's minions, along with the so called "Global Elite" are in meeting in Cancun Mexico, trying to figure out new ways into scaring the general public into accepting their Global Warming lies, bleed them with phoney "Green Taxes", and have more of their freedoms taken away!

But people are no longer fooled by these criminals, and even now people can see that Global Warming is complete and utter bull crap!   Right now, northern Europe is experiencing almost unheard of cold temperatures with record snow falls.   The United Kingdom is in a deep freeze, and the entire nation is snowed over!   Everyone is finally seeing clearly for themselves that the world is not "overheating" as these criminals keep on saying, but is actually starting to enter a period of long term cooling!

So, what exactly has happened to all the "Global Warming" hysteria?  Well, to give some further perspective on the lies of "Global Warming" and how it is utter nonsense, I want to present the following article from the Mail Online News service out of the UK, at, entitled: "What Happened To The "Warmest Year On Record"; The Truth Is Global Warming Has Halted!".   Here is that entire article for my own readers to view for themselves:

What happened to the 'warmest year on record': The truth is global warming has halted

By David Rose
Last updated at 4:17 PM on 5th December 2010
A year ago tomorrow, just before the opening of the UN Copenhagen world climate summit, the British Meteorological Office issued a confident prediction. The mean world temperature for 2010, it announced, 'is expected to be 14.58C, the warmest on record' - a deeply worrying 0.58C above the 19611990 average.

World temperatures, it went on, were locked inexorably into an ever rising trend: 'Our experimental decadal forecast confirms previous indications that about half the years 2010-2019 will be warmer than the warmest year observed so far - 1998.'

Met Office officials openly boasted that they hoped by their statements to persuade the Copenhagen gathering to impose new and stringent carbon emission limits - an ambition that was not to be met. 

Drivers and pedestrians battle through blizzards in Kent last week
Winter's icy grip: Drivers and pedestrians battle through blizzards in Kent last week

Last week, halfway through yet another giant, 15,000delegate UN climate jamboree, being held this time in the tropical splendour of Cancun in Mexico, the Met Office was at it again.

Never mind that Britain, just as it was last winter and the winter before, was deep in the grip of a cold snap, which has seen some temperatures plummet to minus 20C, and that here 2010 has been the coolest year since 1996.

Globally, it insisted, 2010 was still on course to be the warmest or second warmest year since current records began.

But buried amid the details of those two Met Office statements 12 months apart lies a remarkable climbdown that has huge implications - not just for the Met Office, but for debate over climate change as a whole.

Read carefully with other official data, they conceal a truth that for some, to paraphrase former US Vice President Al Gore, is really inconvenient: for the past 15 years, global warming has stopped.

This isn't meant to be happening. Climate science orthodoxy, as promulgated by bodies such as the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit (CRU), says that temperatures have risen and will continue to rise in step with increasing CO2 in the atmosphere, and make no mistake, with the rapid industrialisation of China and India, CO2 levels have kept on going up.

According to the IPCC and its computer models, without enormous emission cuts the world is set to get between two and six degrees warmer during the 21st Century, with catastrophic consequences.

Last week at Cancun, in an attempt to influence richer countries to agree to give £20billion immediately to poorer ones to offset the results of warming, the US-based International Food Policy Research Institute warned that global temperatures would be 6.5 degrees higher by 2100, leading to rocketing food prices and a decline in production. 

A woman and girl sit under a tree on a bench in South Weald Park, Brentwood, Essex, this week

Grip of winter: A woman and girl sit under a tree on a bench in South Weald Park, Brentwood, Essex, this week

The maths isn't complicated. If the planet were going to be six degrees hotter by the century's end, it should be getting warmer by 0.6 degrees each decade; if two degrees, then by 0.2 degrees every ten years. Fortunately, it isn't.

Actually, with the exception of 1998 - a 'blip' year when temperatures spiked because of a strong 'El Nino' effect (the cyclical warming of the southern Pacific that affects weather around the world) - the data on the Met Office's and CRU's own websites show that global temperatures have been flat, not for ten, but for the past 15 years.

They go up a bit, then down a bit, but those small rises and falls amount to less than their measuring system's acknowledged margin of error. They have no statistical significance and reveal no evidence of any trend at all.

When the Met Office issued its December 2009 prediction, it was clearly expecting an even bigger El Nino spike than happened in 1998 - one so big that it would have dragged up the decade's average.

But though it was still successfully trying to influence media headlines during Cancun last week by saying that 2010 might yet end up as the warmest year, the small print reveals the Met Office climbdown. Last year it predicted that the 2010 average would be 14.58C. Last week, this had been reduced to 14.52C.

That may not sound like much. But when one considers that by the Met Office's own account, the total rise in world temperatures since the 1850s has been less than 0.8 degrees, it is quite a big deal. Above all, it means the trend stays flat.
Meanwhile, according to an analysis yesterday by David Whitehouse of the Global Warming Policy Foundation, 2010 had only two unusually warm months, March and April, when El Nino was at its peak.

The data from October to the end of the year suggests that when the final figure is computed, 2010 will not be the warmest year at all, but at most the third warmest, behind both 1998 and 2005.

There is no dispute that the world got a little warmer over some of the 20th Century. (Between 1940 and the early Seventies, temperatures actually fell.)

But little by little, the supposedly settled scientific ' consensus' that the temperature rise is unprecedented, that it is set to continue to disastrous levels, and that it is all the fault of human beings, is starting to fray.

Earlier this year, a paper by Michael Mann - for years a leading light in the IPCC, and the author of the infamous 'hockey stick graph' showing flat temperatures for 2,000 years until the recent dizzying increase - made an extraordinary admission: that, as his critics had always claimed, there had indeed been a ' medieval warm period' around 1000 AD, when the world may well have been hotter than it is now.
Other research is beginning to show that cyclical changes in water vapour - a much more powerful greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide - may account for much of the 20th Century warming.

Even Phil Jones, the CRU director at the centre of last year's 'Climategate' leaked email scandal, was forced to admit in a littlenoticed BBC online interview that there has been 'no statistically significant warming' since 1995.

One of those leaked emails, dated October 2009, was from Kevin Trenberth, head of climate analysis at the US government's National Centre for Atmospheric Research and the IPCC's lead author on climate change science in its monumental 2002 and 2007 reports.

He wrote: 'The fact is that we can't account for the lack of warming at the moment, and it is a travesty that we can't.'

After the leak, Trenberth claimed he still believed the world was warming because of CO2, and that the 'travesty' was not the 'pause' but science's failure to explain it.
The question now emerging for climate scientists and policymakers alike is very simple. Just how long does a pause have to be before the thesis that the world is getting hotter because of human activity starts to collapse?

NTS Notes:  The real truth is that Global Warming has not halted, but rather it never started!  It was total nonsense to begin with.    The fact is that this planet is totally dependent on the solar radiation generated by our star, Sol, and right now that output is down significantly.  The net result of diminished solar radiation hitting this planet is of course cooler temperatures.   This is a natural cycle, and the real cause of Global Warming AND Cooling!

People must understand that Global Warming was always a massive lie for the purpose of enslavement of the masses, and to bring in further criminal taxation of the people.   Global Warming, much like the phoney "War on Terror" was brought in as a weapon of psychological fear to have everyone agree to part with more of their hard earned money.  GREED has always been the order of the day with this lie!

All of the criminals that are right now meeting in Cancun should be arrested and locked up in jail for their outright lies, and their crimes against humanity!   Instead, guaranteed they will come up with some type of "explanation" for the increasing cold weather, and put more spin on their lies of "Global Warming"! 

Lets make sure that everyone is aware of the truth about this massive fraud once and for all.... Spread the word!

More to come


1 comment:

Saladin said...

Oh come on, can't you see that the sky is purple with green polka dots? You just have to look REAL hard!