Temperatures Trending Below Hansen’s Zero Emissions Scenario For 168 Months In A Row

According to Hansen’s own data, global temperature trends have been running below his scenario C for the last 168 months in a row. Scenario C assumes that humans essentially quit generating CO2 in the year 2000.

In a legitimate science, this would be definitive proof that the theory is a bust. So why is the government wasting billions and billions of dollars on junk science which refuses to die?

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9 Responses to Temperatures Trending Below Hansen’s Zero Emissions Scenario For 168 Months In A Row

  1. gator69 says:

    “So why is the government wasting billions and billions of dollars on junk science which refuses to die?”

    Because it suits their agenda, and we do not jail leftist criminals.

  2. tckev says:

    The ever-growing record from the AGW Scam-Master General.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Obama made good on his promise to heal the planet. Now that it is healed, time to retire all the climate scientists and all their climate models.

  4. PaddikJ says:

    “. . . why is the government wasting billions and billions of dollars on junk science which refuses to die?”

    This is a circular, self-answering question.

  5. “Bill Illis says:
    June 14, 2012 at 7:25 am
    The main climate model forecasts over the years versus the temperature observations (up to April and May 2012).”

  6. Sean McHugh says:

    Why don’t you include legends with your plots, Steve? Like this:

    http://tiny.cc/sg6xfw

    SQ:
    –A: Increase of CO2 emissions of 1.5% per year
    –B: fixed increase CO2 emissions after the year 2000
    –C: No increase in CO2 emissions after the year 2000
    EQ:

    They are the three grey traces in descending order. Perhaps everyone else, who visits this site, already knew that.

  7. Sean McHugh says:

    Thank you. I will correct that page that I saved. But doesn’t your correction, of what I quoted, reinforce my point?

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