State Of The Climate Report

    • No global warming for 17.5 years
    • 97% of the climate models have over-predicted warming
    • Record quiet tornado season
    • Severe tornadoes declining for 40 years
    • No US hurricane landfalls
    • More than eight years without a major hurricane strike in the US
    • Drought is almost over
    • Fewest forest fires in the US in three decades
    • Record increase in Arctic sea ice
    • Record extent of Antarctic sea ice
    • Five of the six snowiest winters have occurred since 2002
    • No sea level rise on the west coast of the US or Canada for three decades
    • US temperatures declining for 80 years (before data tampering)
    • Near record low number of hot days in the US

Nothing the team predicted has come true.

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32 Responses to State Of The Climate Report

  1. gator69 says:

    No warming in the Pacific since 1994…

    But, but, but the models (have been adjusted)!

    “As a result of the hiatus, explained Marotzke, the IPCC report’s chapter 11 revised the assessment of near-term warming downwards from the “raw” CMIP5 model range. It also included an additional 10% reduction because some models have a climate sensitivity that’s slightly too high.”

  2. Gamecock says:

    No US hurricane landfalls? The Weather Channel has been showing one all day.

    • Fred from Canuckistan says:

      The weather channel could show non stop reruns of Gilligan’s Island and all they would do is increase their forecasting accuracy.

      • Irregular says:

        I’ll gladly claim ignorance or innocence or something…..But how was Sandy classified when it made landfall? Not a hurricane? I’m not an expert, and they call it Hurricane Sandy… Help me.

        • Wyguy says:

          When Hurricane Sandy came ashore near Atlantic City on the evening of October 29, the storm was no longer classified as a hurricane, according to the National Weather Service. Instead, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) in Miami determined that the storm had transitioned into a hybrid storm known as a “Post-Tropical Storm” shortly before landfall. That change was made because the storm exhibited characteristics similar to the Nor’easters that frequently lash the Northeast coast during the fall and winter — such as a broad expanse of wind and precipitation with the strongest rains and winds far-removed from the center of the storm. In a purely tropical storm system, the strongest winds and rain are located in a small core close to the storm center.

        • David A says:

          Also, it did not at landfall have hurricane force winds.

        • Col A says:

          In Australia cyclones (= your hurricanes / or Asian typhoons) rapidly abate once they hit land, the centre “eye” dissipates and the barometric pressure rises above the nominated limit for cyclones and winds drop below minimum cyclone wind speeds, they are normally renamed “Tropical low, ex cyclone or heavy rain depression”, hope this helps.

          That said, I would ask Steve for some clarification on “◾No sea level rise on the west coast of the US or Canada for three decades” and some supporting info. It is my understanding that average sea level rise has been fairly constant at ~1.7 mm / year for some time – for 3 decades that is ~ 51 mm or near as damn to 2 inches in your quaint units, I do not understand how this is possible??

        • The rock pools I used to play in as a child are still there. I remember them well enough. If the sea has been rising at 1.7mm per year or even twice that, it seems that at least 100-200 years are needed for humans to even perceive such slow changes, but we don’t live that long anyway.

        • Col A says:

          Steve, we both know it is not possible to see a couple of inches change in that time lapse photo and Will, agreed the rock pools may still look pretty much the same.

 – TOPEX and Jason series of satellite radar altimeters actually say ~3.2 mm/yr while various tide gauge average readings say 1.2 to 2.8 mm/yr
          While it appears some places are not showing a rise I still question the accuracy of your statement for the whole of the Western sea board of US or Canada?

  3. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    Some Inconvenient Facts.

    Cognitive dissonance is a hallmark symptom of the progressive-Libtard-Greenie Fruits & Nutters.

    They believe it to be a feature, not a bug.

    Go figure.

    • D. Self says:

      Time to get the hell out of California and let them melt down. California would be done already if it wasn’t for the crooked Feds funneling them money through the Dept. of Energy and other means. My brother in-law loves San Diego but hates the politics. He has a masters in Engineering and his wife has a masters in Business Management. They will be out of California within 6-months.

  4. Andy DC says:

    But all the superduper exponential heating is hiding only 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea! When that comes into the pipeline during year 2140, we are all toast!

  5. R. de Haan says:

    And while we respond to their climate BS the eco fascists take over America (and Europe):

    • omanuel says:

      Slowly, ever so slowly, people are awakening to this unimaginable reality:

      George Orwell was right! A new tyrannical one world government sprouted in the ruins of the Second World War.

      FEAR of death in 1945 convinced world leaders and guilt-ridden scientists to hide the information shown in red, highlighted in yellow:

      1. This one page synopsis of my research career: “A Journey to the Core of the Sun”

      Click to access Synopsis.pdf

      2. Chapter 1 tells the history of meeting Professor Paul Kazuo Kuroda in May 1960.

      Click to access Chapter_1.pdf

      The autobiography is being posted as written with the conclusions first because frankly I do not know if I will be around to write or you around to read information that world leaders still want to hide.

      With deep regrets,
      – Oliver K. Manuel
      Former NASA Principal
      Investigator for Apollo

  6. R. de Haan says:

    Federal Debt liability every taxpayer in the USA now 1.1 million USD and rising:

    • omanuel says:

      Thanks for the posting.

      Big Brother’s intentions are clear now.

      I can’t blame others for failing to see what It took me 53 years to realize, . . . after my research mentor designed my research assignment so I would discover that fact for myself!

  7. MikeTheDenier says:

    All that missing heat at the bottom of the ocean is being consumed by the Underwater People from the Planet CO2Heavy.

  8. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on CACA and commented:
    Evil human CO² is clearly having a catastrophic impact on Gaia.

    The science is settled, the debate is over, anyone who disagrees is a denier and a flat-earth terrorist. 

  9. omanuel says:

    Old facts are now being rediscovered:

    Solar Activity Drives Climate Change

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

  10. Olaf Koenders says:

    With such abject failure on The Team’s behalf, had that occurred in the real business world then surely mass sackings and jail time would follow. But..

  11. margaret berger says:

    There is still money to be made. As long as there is money to be made the lies will continue. When they can’t squeeze another dime out of this lie they will go on to the next money making lie.

  12. tom0mason says:

    And how many $billions of our hard earned money has been wasted on this fraud?

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