“What We Meant By Global Warming Was Nunavut Warming”

Nunavut makes up about 98% of the planet.

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17 Responses to “What We Meant By Global Warming Was Nunavut Warming”

  1. Don B says:

    Did you mean to have a link to an article?

  2. suyts says:

    Exactly. And obviously.

  3. Annabelle says:

    Steve. it’s your blog and obviously you can do what like with it, but these posts are too cryptic for the likes of me.

    • Baa Humbug says:

      It’s an old habit of Steves. He used to be a news boy, got used to yelling out headlines. let me demonstrate.

      “Extra extra, read all about it, Nunavut is 98% of the globe, get yer paper”

    • suyts says:

      Annabelle, if I may be so bold?

      Nunavut is a village in Greenland. While it is cold there, its temp anomaly is well above the “norm”. Earlier, in November, when much of the world was under a cold spell, many climatologists and media alarmists said that the cold spell was confined to north western Europe and pointed to the Nunavut area as proof of continued global warming. Upon inspection, though, as shown in Ole Heinrich’s map, that area and just very few more places on the globe are the only places that have an above “normal” temp. These conditions have persisted for almost 2 months now.

      So, obviously, if Nunavut is proof that GW is continuing and the places that are colder than “normal” are simply small isolated areas, then Nunavut must encompass much of the globe. Personally, I think Steve overstated and Nunavut must only encompass 90%, but that’s just an opinion. ๐Ÿ™‚

      Hope that helps.

  4. alf says:

    Can any one explain why Iqualuit in Canada is so warm. Seems as if there must be some error when compared to other stations in the area.

  5. Andy Weiss says:

    Nunavit is extremely important, as we all know the ecology of the Arctic is very, very sensitive. All the igloos are melting and you don’t care!

  6. mitchel44 says:

    Hmm, try here, http://www.climate.weatheroffice.gc.ca/climate_normals/results_e.html?Province=NU%20%20&StationName=&SearchType=&LocateBy=Province&Proximity=25&ProximityFrom=City&StationNumber=&IDType=MSC&CityName=&ParkName=&LatitudeDegrees=&LatitudeMinutes=&LongitudeDegrees=&LongitudeMinutes=&NormalsClass=A&SelNormals=&StnId=1758&

    Interesting to note that here in the hottest decade ever recorded, in one of the areas most affected by AGW, they have only set 2 monthly high temp records, in July and December 2001. Most remain back in the 50’s and 60’s…..

    Funny that.

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