Hansen : Climate Is Deadly And Safe At The Same Time

Hansen has been talking about catastrophic warming, hottest year ever, multi-metre sea level rise, death trains, extinction, end of the world as we know it…….etc.

Yet, but his own measures temperatures are below scenario C – which he considers safe. How can the climate be both catastrophic and safe at the same time?

Caution! The graph above was generated before Hansen’s December, 2012 data tampering – which increased historical warming by more than a tenth of a degree.

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12 Responses to Hansen : Climate Is Deadly And Safe At The Same Time

  1. Andy DC says:

    Climate is never safe. There are always weather disasters taking place somewhere and always have been.

  2. mwhite says:

    You might want to check this article ou from the UKs Guardian.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2013/mar/27/climate-change-model-global-warming

    “Global warming predictions prove accurate”

    2 graphs seemingly with very simalar data.

    Presentation would appear to be everything

    • gator69 says:

      Whose global temperature data are they using? I see no pause in the warming.

    • Scott says:

      This study used 10 year averaging of data for a prediction of 15 years. That makes no sense to me.

    • Haven’t looked at the paper but I suspect if you start your trend at the bottom of a La Nina and end at the top of an El Nino you’ll easily squeeze 0.2C of natural global temperature change out of the data. The trick works once, anyway.

  3. chris y says:

    This is one of your most important posts. It is an excellent, simple example of using Hansen’s own dead-certain arguments to crush his other dead-certain arguments.

    Bravo!

  4. Wyguy says:

    Yes Steven, Bravo. Keep rubbing Hansen’s nose in his own charts.

  5. It’s catastrophically safe!

  6. Ivan says:

    Delusional minds have no problem with this concept.

    • Andy Oz says:

      Definition of Insanity:
      1. The state of being seriously mentally ill; madness
      2. Extreme foolishness or irrationality

      Either way, Hansen has a serious problem.
      But he can’t get locked up for being number 2.

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