Trenberth`s Missing Heat Shrinks To 1% Of The Planet

Trenberth said that the yellow spot east of New Jersey was 20% caused by global warming. Apparently global warming is now targeting less than 1% of the planet, and the missing heat has sunk even deeper than normal.

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7 Responses to Trenberth`s Missing Heat Shrinks To 1% Of The Planet

  1. gator69 says:

    I learned a long time ago not to eat yellow snow, and not to swim in yellow water. Maybe they need more public restrooms on the Jersey shore.

  2. Andy DC says:

    What is that purple spot off South America? Must be caused by upwelling, resulting from all the alarmists peeing in their pants.

    • F. Guimaraes says:

      That purple is cold surface, not hot. I believe we’ll have another La Nina episode forming in the next few months, which of course is precisely the opposite of what the warmists were predicting.

  3. Billy Liar says:

    Has anyone in alarmist HQ tried to explain why Nova Scotia and Newfoundland are the beneficiaries of all Trenberth’s missing heat?

  4. F. Guimaraes says:

    I’ve been following UNISYS graphs in the last few months, the trend in the recent few weeks has been of well defined cooling in both hemispheres.
    There were some large hot spots at the N. of the Atlantic and also at NW of the Pacific that have almost completely disappeared now, while the cold region in the S. Atlantic and S. Pacific, and in the “El NIno-region”(low latitudes of the Pacific/S. America) has been increasing.

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