As Temperatures Have Declined, The IPCC Has Gained Confidence In Catastrophic Warming

With each successive decline in temperature, the IPCC has gained confidence that their exponentially increasing warming models are correct.

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Note that the linear decline seen since TAR in 2001 is almost a perfect fit for the exponential increase of 0.4ºC predicted by Hansen during that interval.

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The next graph is a closeup showing actual temperatures since 2001, overlaid on Hansen’s forecasts.

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Bottom line is that you would have to have the IQ of a turnip to believe any of the spectacularly transparent lies being spewed by the IPCC this week.

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8 Responses to As Temperatures Have Declined, The IPCC Has Gained Confidence In Catastrophic Warming

  1. tom0mason says:

    The IPCC says that it is a ‘pause’ in the warming. Surely it is only a pause if you KNOW (i.e. can prove) that the change will continue. It may well be a pause before a decline.

  2. Gamecock says:

    “have to have the IQ of a turnip”

    Or the IQ of a journalist.

  3. gator69 says:

    IPCC, we are the ‘con’ in ‘confidence’.

  4. Randy2 says:

    At AR4, the trend line was still up. That was reasonable. Plus, you’ve got to look at the reasonableness of TAR by showing parts of the graph before that.

  5. chris y says:

    Steven, this is one of your best graphics of all time.
    This has lots of possibilities.

    For example, a plot of temperatures from 1930 – 1981, with indicators of when Ehrlich thought the climate was the most extremely good in 1000 years (1930-1960); when Ehrlich predicted long term cooling (1974); when Schneider switched from cooling to warming; and Hansen announcing catastrophic global warming has been seen (1981).

    Or a plot of temperatures from 1850 – 2013, with NYT headlines indicated by date, with catastrophic cooling in blue and catastrophic warming in red.

    Or a spaghetti plot of US GISS or NOAA temperatures, with Hansen statements indicated by date.

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