Shock News : Global Temperatures Dropping At A Rate Of 420C Per Millenium

At that rate, we will reach absolute zero in less time than it took Methuselah to reach his 700th birthday.

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9 Responses to Shock News : Global Temperatures Dropping At A Rate Of 420C Per Millenium

  1. bbttxu says:

    Think I can do you 30 better. Eye-balling 1998, we have .45° over the year, which is 450°C/century:

    And that puts us exactly where we find our selves today, with a ~-5.4° temperature anomaly (give or take). Right? :p

  2. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    At least my beer will stay cold. I don’t like warm Extra Stout.

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    Quite a reverse hockey stick!

  4. Wes M says:


    And the only way to stop it? More money. Specifically, more of YOUR money. So give money now or it’ll be 450 degrees below zero tomorrow! Remember, more money! donuts Money.. is there anything it can’t do?

  5. Scott says:

    Hi Steve,

    Have you been checking channel 5 on the AQUA satellite? If the current trend holds, looks like we might go below 2008 soon, making this year the lowest since data is shown since 2002 (well 2003 this time of year). We’ve also been below average everyday this month and have not gone above any year except 2008 in about a month. With the 5-6 month lag time for La Nina to hit the UAH temps, I don’t expect to see this sort of behavior changing until at least July or August. Question is, what will temps do after La Nina fades?



  6. Wrangler Wayne says:

    La Nena is just one of a few downward trends in global temperatures occurring at the same time. Increased cloud cover due to the more cosmic rays should become noticeable with more variations in the jet stream too. Also, a 30 yr cooling trend in the pacific decadal oscillation is in progress. Only God above knows what is going to happen to the sunspot cycle 24 in 2015 when the solar gauss is projected to drop below 1500. All these will go down as natural variations. Rising levels of CO2 have had little impact on global annual temperature change from 1880-2010. Check out this site:
    The graphs show long term variations which clearly reveal that they are within natural variability. So much for the effects of CO2!

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