Bill Gray Correctly Forecast Kevin Trenberth

Bill Gray is Fort Collins’ senior skeptic. In 2006 he explained the biggest scam in scientific history.

06/05/2006

The only inconvenient truth about global warming, contends Colorado State University’s Bill Gray, is that a genuine debate has never actually taken place. Hundreds of scientists, many of them prominent in the field, agree.

“They’ve been brainwashing us for 20 years,” Gray says. “Starting with the nuclear winter and now with the global warming. This scare will also run its course. In 15-20 years, we’ll look back and see what a hoax this was.”

My belief is that three, four years from now, the globe will start to cool again, as it did from the middle ’40s to the middle ’70s.”

Chill out over global warming – The Denver Post

Kevin Trenberth is Boulder’s senior junk scientist, and wrote this in 2009 – right on schedule.

The fact is that we can’t account for the lack of warming at the moment and it is a travesty that we can’t.

Now Trenberth says it is due to the PMS state of the oceans

The oceans can at times soak up a lot of heat. Some goes into the deep oceans where it can stay for centuries. But heat absorbed closer to the surface can easily flow back into the air. That happened in 1998, which made it one of the hottest years on record.  Trenberth says since then, the ocean has mostly been back in one of its soaking-up modes.  “They probably can’t go on much for much longer than maybe 20 years, and what happens at the end of these hiatus periods, is suddenly there’s a big jump [in temperature] up to a whole new level and you never go back to that previous level again,” he says.

The ‘Consensus’ View: Kevin Trenberth’s Take On Climate Change

In other words, junk scientists in charge of the temperature data cool the past and warm the present, and then other junk scientists create junk theories based around their garbage data.

Trenberth’s “big jump in temperature” is due to data tampering, not global warming. The graph below shows recent GISS alterations to temperatures at the capital of Iceland.

In 1975, the National Academy of Sciences saw a completely different pattern – long periods of warming followed by long periods of equally large cooling.

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National Academy Of Sciences 1975

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4 Responses to Bill Gray Correctly Forecast Kevin Trenberth

  1. RMB says:

    The ocean does not soak up heat, surface tension will not allow it. Try heating water through the surface. No can do and thats why the Kevster can’t find his heat. Mankind needs to revisit surface tension and find out exactly what it is because it is powerful medcine. The only energy that goes into the ocean goes in via the sun’s rays period.

  2. Gamecock says:

    What was always most conspicuously absent from the global warming debate was the recognition that a rising global mean temperature is DESIRABLE.

  3. orson2 says:

    A little more analysis is missing, Steve. Kindly allow me help us out.

    Trenberth, who fervently believes that CO2 is the biggest single climate driver. Now, faced with his pet theory’s falsification (not to mention the tens of billions of dollars that his Tribe need to live on), invokes a natural cycle in order to ‘save’ it: SEE! Nature is cleaver and even MORE dangerous now that evil AG-gases are increasing the heat potential, in the oceans.

    Except that for his theory to be true depends on good measurements validating a heat flow – and there aren’t any to support his sudden, newly invoked, auxiliary hypothesis.

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