IPCC : That Medieval Warm Period We Used To Believe In Wrecks Our Story, Lets Get Rid Of It

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From the 1990 IPCC report. Remarkably, no one prior to Michael Mann had noticed that the world was heating out of control since 1860.

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5 Responses to IPCC : That Medieval Warm Period We Used To Believe In Wrecks Our Story, Lets Get Rid Of It

  1. R. de Haan says:

    Official climate science has been reduced to fraud and charlatanism elevated into a state religion.

  2. Andy DC says:

    Greenland is still snow covered down to the southern tip. No way the Vikings could have grown crops and survived this summer.

  3. miked1947 says:

    They would have just had food airlifted in, similar to what the current residents are doing. 😉

  4. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on CACA and commented:
    The IPCC rewriting ‘their own’ 1990 Medieval Warm Period historical temperature record, to suit the modern manne-made global warming hockey stick narrative. Ingenious.

    They were also kind enough to let us know the ‘global’ warming during the MWP existed without the presence of increased greenhouse gases:

    “This period of widespread warmth is notable in that there is no evidence that it was accompanied by an increase of greenhouse gases” IPCC WG1 Report 1990 (p202)

    Click to access ipcc_far_wg_I_full_report.pdf

  5. Blade says:

    ( Pardon the cross post )

    This “Let’s Get Rid Of It” is a good idea for a series, Steve. They make for nice links to throw at climate kooks and crooks.

    I count three so far, did I miss any? You’ll need one for the 1930’s also.

    NASA : That 90 Year Long US Cooling Trend Wrecks Our Story : Let’s Get Rid Of It

    IPCC : That Medieval Warm Period We Used To Believe In Wrecks Our Story, Lets Get Rid Of It

    NASA : That Warm Period In 1940 Wrecks Our Story – Let’s Get Rid Of It

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