Irrefutable Physics Changes Each Year

Last March was the “hottest” on record (ROFLMAO.) But this March global temperatures are running below normal. Apparently the irrefutable scriptures of the chosen religion have been tainted by blasphemers.

The irrefutable physics of global warming

The laws of physics do not surrender to opposition. For the past 35 years global warming has unfolded as predicted by science

By Stefan Rahmstorf

According to the worldwide temperature records maintained by NASA and the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), this April was the hottest April globally, for at least 130 years. The past twelve months have been the hottest 12-month period since measurements began.

That is what the data from weather stations and ships shows. But if you prefer satellite data, the picture is similar. Satellite data shows this March to be the hottest March on record, with April ranking second-hottest; whereas surface data has it the other way round, with March the second-hottest and April the hottest.

http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/editorials/archives/2010/06/19/2003475802

h/t to Marc Morano

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3 Responses to Irrefutable Physics Changes Each Year

  1. Mike Davis says:

    Leave it to Stefan to rewrite history. He is famous for writing history to fit the agenda as was shown just before Dopenhagen. You do realize the sea levels have risen 4 meters since 1945! Right!!!! It is worse than we thought! If it was not for the high tides, that must be caused by global warming, we would have much more land available. It is obvious for anyone to see that tides did not change before Stefan was awarded his Cracker Jack Degree from a Diploma Mill!
    Or did he find that in his Happy Meal!

  2. At some point won’t they hit a ceiling of ramped up terminology?

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    Two other laws of climate science. Every month, whether hot, cold or in between is the hottest month on record. Also every year is the hottest year on record, even with record blizzards and coldwaves making headlines every day.

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