Without Global Warming, It Would Have Been -136.6

Global Warming -135.8 New Cold Record

h/t to Peter William Lount

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33 Responses to Without Global Warming, It Would Have Been -136.6

  1. tom0mason says:

    Left the fridge door open?
    Someone has done more than blow the bloody doors off the fridge –

  2. Eric N. WY says:

    Amazing that this occurred in 2010, one of the “hottest years ever,” while the hottest record ever happened in 1913, one of the “coldest years ever.”

    • X says:

      “A new look at NASA satellite data revealed that Earth set a new record for coldest temperature recorded. It happened in August 2010 when it hit -135.8 degrees. Then on July 31 of this year, it came close again: -135.3 degrees.
      http://bigstory.ap.org/article/cold-dis-comfort-antarctica-set-record-1358
      The cause behind both records is solar forcing, 2010 was hot due to the strong El Nino of 2009-2010, but it was followed by a strong La Nina at the end of the year that set record cold and snowfall all over the world.

  3. Stewart Pid says:

    If ever more warmth hides in the oceans we are all done like dinner …. frozen dinners 😉

  4. GeologyJim says:

    And yet incessantly we’ve been told by many of the same talking-clown-heads that the Arctic is heating much faster than the rest of the world [recall Hansen’s blazing red crayon over the North Pole].

    This “polar amplification” part of the incontrovertible-science-greenhouse-gas-catastrophic-warming meme seems to have developed a case of schizo-freeze-nia

  5. R. de Haan says:

    Too many people don’t understand the effect of the steep drop in weather stations after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Most of these stations (Siberia) were compensated for their efforts with fuel. The lower the temperatures, the more fuel they would receive. Thousands of those fuel stations were closed from 1991 to 2000. This caused an immediate rise in the average temperature of the planet. It also explains why the UN IPCC insists on the use of surface stations to keep up the hoax. The planet is cooling, not only or the past 16 years, but over the past 1000 years. This trend is irrefutable and unstoppable. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxFm1TXshZY#t=815

  6. Don says:

    Or: Daddy, how did the warming make it colder?

  7. Justa Joe says:

    Right now there are warmists out there formulating “tweets” that will explain HOW IT’S ACTUALLY GETTING HOTTER.

  8. Eric Simpson says:

    Ok, I’m going to approach this new satellite based -91.2°C cold record with caution, as apparently some Russians scientists are: http://rt.com/news/antarctica-temperature-record-questioned-922/

    Lol though on this passage from the rt link above: “Kunlun station is season-inhabited for a reason: CO2 transforms from a gas into dry ice at -78.5°C so at such temperatures human body turns into a frozen statue within a matter of minutes.”

    • Andy Oz says:

      Engineers solution to carbon sequestration. Send all carbon dioxide to south pole, it freezes below 78.5°C, we shovel it up and bury it under the Antarctic Ice Cap. Job done! 😀

      • Andy Oz says:

        -78.5…..oopa day.

      • Eric Simpson says:

        Yeah, or freeze the earth to cure global warming, lol. This isn’t entitirely related to your point, but here’s part of a comment I just came across in wuwt by David Wells: “Who for goodness sake cares whether or not Co2 is logarithmic or suffers from attention deficit disorder and maybe subject to rabies, what we do know is that not one single prediction made by the IPCC, Gore or Hansen has come true therefore commonsense would clearly indicate that its all hot air.”

  9. Andy Oz says:

    Meanwhile, Perth Australia has found the missing heat! 4 days straight over 100 degrees F.
    The better half is over the moon that summer has truly arrived. And the Ashes cricket test in Perth is on!!! The pommie cricketers are gonna melt, the poor luvvies! 😀
    http://www.bom.gov.au/wa/forecasts/perth.shtml

  10. Gamecock says:

    What do the models say the temperature is? Instrument readings mean nothing.

  11. Doug Proctor says:

    The CAGW meme has an increase in “extremes”. The Arctic, in particular, warms more than anywhere else. But that would be in summer, when the sun is shining and the radiant heat is slowed down in leaving the Earth. In winter there is no sun up there (actually, there is, but much reduced much of the time and at a low angle). Winter temperatures (when the coldest events are), depend on the temperature of the air falling down after arriving at the poles from the tropical zones. Whatever the AVERAGE temperature change (and humidity) of the air arriving at the polar areas will determine what the change will be on the ground. And since the tropical areas warm less than the poles, then what warmth leaves the tropics will be LESS than the global increase.

    The temperature increase overall that we are told is so significant is the global average. Due to the above, i.e. that the Arctic rise is less than the tropical, and the tropical, then less than the global average, and the rise is more in the summer than in the winter, I would say that the rise in the coldest temperatures will be quite a bit LESS than the global average temperature rise.

    Ipso facto. I’m sure there is a simple equation here.

    • Ronald says:

      Nice but the arctic is not alone. The same works for Antarctica so or your theorie is wrong or there is something els. I wend looking for some answers because  I can´t believe that the earth is warming wile at the same time there is so much cold in the world. And yes if it becomes colder the average temperature drops. Why don’t we see it than. Well from 2000 on NOAA makes every month at average 0.6 degrees C warmer. And off courses there is the thermometer fudging. So in reality the world is much colder then we know about.

      Then lest year there was a article about Antarctica being what it is and there was a bit about measuring temperature on Antarctica.
      They started in the 50ts but analog thermometers must be reeded by man. So someone must go outside and read the temperature. Brrrrrrrrr cold out here and yes the station was only occupant in summer when it is warm. So when there where no reading the data had tho be fudges d. You bed it was always to warm.
      Then in the 80ts there came the digital thermometers and the solar panels. But sun do sent shine there often and yes the sun dos not shin when it is cold out there so more fudging and yes warmer then reality.

      It could be colder in the past but we can´t tell because there is no data for it. But then again what good is data if it fudged whit. It could easy be that the average temperature on earth is 11 degrees C.
      Only a good study of the raw data can tell. But who whants to do that. No AGWer thats for sure.

      • Doug Proctor says:

        Ronald says:
        December 10, 2013 at 8:38 pm

        Thanks for your comments.

        We non-specialists, non-experts commonly make the naive interpretation due to our lack of understanding of the complexities, HOWEVER, we also are more focused on the principles and so can see the glaring error that the specialist can’t: the source of the “gut” or “sniff” feeling that says that something is not quite right.

        I believe strongly that the “global” climate change is much more regional in nature than recognized. Mathematically the global situation as depicted is correct: what I call “Computational Reality”, and we cannot dispute that. But if regionality is the nature of effect, it might also be the nature of the cause: the world is warming because one large area is warming due to oceanic NON-turnover or cloud cover changes etc. Merging the math just makes the globe appear warmer.

        The same could be true of other things. Such as the “global” loss of fresh water. We hear of this planetary emergency, but the parts of the world that are not dependent on groundwater or river extractions are not in water crisis. Here in Calgary, Alberta, we are told to “conserve” water, but there is no water shortage, for example. What there is, is a physical plant limitation to water delivery that the city naturally doesn’t want to pay to expand. Quite a different thing from the Bow and Elbow Rivers drying up. But if regionality applies to fresh water, there is no “global” panic. Like the problem of starvation (wars and politically-driven distribution problems in the 3rd world), the liberals have a more viable case for everyone pitching in if everyone is under threat. Which they aren’t, by a long shot.

        Recently I’ve extended this thinking to the CO2 rise. The Mauna Loa record shows a uni-modal rise and fall (peak rise early May, minimum drop Mid October). I’ve been wondering if the peak is due to degassing of the oceans or decomposition of plant matter OR the minimum is due to removal of CO2: the difference in focus represents what the end result would be if biologic GROWTH stopped. In other words, does biology keep the CO2 content lower than it would be by constantly removing “excess” CO2, or do the oceans – since the end of the LIA – keep pumping CO2 and then absorbing CO2, but ultimately absorb less than they emit? I put this in the regionality area of discussion because the unimodal rise and fall and timing suggest either a geographic and temporal region very highly dominates the CO2 annual production. Is it possible that it also is a strong forcer of the CO2 rise since the LIA?

        You are right about areas of the world getting colder while others are getting warmer. Somehow the CAGW theory says this can happen, but I dunno. The sniff test, and all that.

  12. Scott says:

    Actually,
    Without global warming it would be more like -137.2 Deg. F. (0.8 deg C warming or about 1.4 deg. F).

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