How Much Has The World Cooled Since 1998?




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15 Responses to How Much Has The World Cooled Since 1998?

  1. glacierman says:

    that is exactly what climate models predict for a warmimg world.

    • suyts says:

      lol, just like they told us all along.

      • TinyCO2 says:

        That’s what all the papers are for, so they can claim every eventiality and still be right.

        Incidentally, have there been any charts issued that make any new climate predictions at all? The last ones I know of were in the IPCC 2007 report and they were already out of date?

        Anyone would think they’ve stopped issuing things so we can’t measure their success.

      • Mike Davis says:

        They are waiting for the last moment before cut off related to the next IPCC report. If they release to early others have the ability to show the errors in the research. By waiting they insure no time for a counter point to their BS!

  2. MikeTheDenier says:

    WOW!! Look at all that heat moving to the Artic areas…. It’ll be ice free this summer 🙂

  3. glacierman says:

    All that heat trapping gas is causing huge amounts of warmcold.

  4. Baa Humbug says:

    Last time I saw red n blue flash like that, t’was in my rear-view mirror. Had to pull over and take a breathalyzer.

  5. No, no, no. Global warming is accelerating. You are using an unaccepted data set. What does GISS show? GISS is NASA. You think you can tell me something coming out of NASA isn’t right?


  6. Rick K says:

    “Sorry, Mr. Gore. I still see more blue in 2011.”

    “Try closing your eyes.”

    “Oooh! Now I see more red!”

    “See? I told you!”

  7. Andy Weiss says:

    Even in 2011, a lot of the alleged warm area is over the southern Pacific where there are no living people. Seems a bit fishy.

  8. DEEBEE says:

    If this was a politicalmap the Dems would be celebrating

  9. Jannes Kleintje says:

    Fantastic tool! Congratulations, Steven. February is the peak of summer down south. Could that explain the warmth there, Andy Weiss?

  10. Binny says:

    Cool map, and it really highlights the difference between a strong El Niño in 1998
    and a strong La Nina in 2011

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