Advances In Climate Science Over The last Five Years

The definition of global warming used to be :

Fifteen year trends of rapid mid-troposphere warming.

Now it is :

Isolated out of context weather events and imaginary heat disappearing into the deep ocean.

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4 Responses to Advances In Climate Science Over The last Five Years

  1. Bob Tisdale says:

    Reblogged this on Bob Tisdale – Climate Observations and commented:
    I enjoyed this.

  2. Bob Tisdale says:

    Thanks, Steve. I got a chuckle out of that.

  3. tomwys says:

    There’s a real positive aspect here, in that DATA is prompting the definition change, and over 15 years of atmospheric temperature “standstill” underlies the definition shift.

    Still many are parroting the shrill warnings that only heavy taxation can cure, and we need to implement the “cure” before the world finds out that we have a naked emperor!!!!

  4. gregole says:

    Old-school Global-Warming caused by Man-Made CO2:
    “Fifteen year trends of rapid mid-troposphere warming.”

    I never could quite relate how this would be so horrible.
    http://www.co2isgreen.org/
    Ends up a little more CO2 is all good after the actual empirical evidence is in.

    And I ask this in good faith: “Has the tiny increase in atmospheric CO2 attributable to Mankind caused an increase in temperature that has caused a single harmful thing?”

    Be sure to include in the answer an estimate of uncertainty, and why all other equally plausible explanations are incorrect. I’ll wait here for an answer. Seriously, anybody – even just “devils advocates” take a shot at it. A kind of a thought experiment on the state-of-the-art in mid-2013.

    Our current understanding, or how the science has advanced
    “Isolated out of context weather events and imaginary heat disappearing into the deep ocean.”

    Yeah. Got it. And congressional hearings; really we just had congressional hearings on this impending dire situation – forget the science and hit the classic fairy tales; “Emperors New Clothes”, “The Boy Who Cried Wolf”, and “Chicken Little” for starters. No science or technical background needed.

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