See If You Can Spot When Global Warming Really Kicked In

Coldest winter in the US since 1979, so far – with near record cold in the forecast.

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Climate scientists believe that time began in 1979, which conveniently happens to be the coldest winter on record.


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14 Responses to See If You Can Spot When Global Warming Really Kicked In

  1. A C Osborn says:

    That is not “Cherry Picking”, it is just an accidental coincidence, like starting the Arctic measurements a few years after the Satellite era started.
    Like the TOBs only going one way and the UHI adjustments going the wrong way, they don’t mean to make it appear worse.

  2. the Climate Fascists will make this current winter the ‘warmest on record’. No doubt Jan 2014 will be declared such very soon. They will use ‘russian hot spots’ to recalibrate ‘global temps’ upwards 5 C and fail to mention the N.A. mini ice age…..

    • Gail Combs says:

      I hope they do.

      People already think scientists (and the media) are lying to them. This will just cement that view.

      From Rasmussen Reports:
      February 28, 2013Only 6% Rate News Media As Very Trustworthy ” Forty-two percent (42%) don’t trust the news media, with 12% who believe the news it reports is Not At All Trustworthy.” (The sheeple are not as dumb as I thought.)

      January 30, 2014, 46% Think Media Overhypes Weather Events

      April 20, 2010, 59% Say Scientists Disagree ‘Significantly’ Over Global Warming

      August 03, 2011, 69% Say It’s Likely Scientists Have Falsified Global Warming Research

      January 29, 2014, 62% Say Winter Has Been Worse This Year

      June 11, 2013, 41% Willing to Pay More to Fight Global Warming, 47% Are Not

  3. BobW in NC says:

    Hmmm – granted the satellite era documenting Arctic extent began in 1979, I’ve always found it curious that today’s values are compared to those of 1979–2000 (± 1SD) (See DMI Statistically, 1979 looks like an absolute outlier as far as temps go. So – if the outlier rationale were applied to Arctic Ice extent, and the data from 1979 removed, how would the 1980-2000 curve appear then? Better yet, how would the 2012 curve compare? And would 2013 be within the ± 1SD limits?

    The world wants to know.

  4. Don says:

    They haven’t applied their magical reformulation yet, give them time, give them time. A year or so from now we may find it was one of the 10 warmest winters on record in the US. I suppose then I can get a refund from Con Edison on my natural gas bill for heat, ya think!?

  5. Andy DC says:

    Note that 1977 and 1978 winters were not far behind. The AVERAGE of those 3 years was very close to the coldest single winter. As far as satellites go, we had weather satellites in the early 1960’s, so it is hard to believe that we were clueless about Arctic ice prior to 1979.

    But there is no doubt that starting “time” during 1979 was the most obvious cherry pick in “scientific” history. All the alarmists can legitimately claim is that it was has warmed a bit from the coldest year and by far the coldest 3 consecutive years in history. For that they get a Nobel Prize for deliberate deception.

  6. I’d like to see the articles from around 1936. From 1900 to 1936, just eyeballing it, that would be around 6.9°C per century of warming. The Joe Romm’s of the day, and other paid propagandists were probably saying “if the trend continues, by 2000 the temperature will be 12.5°F warmer. The icecaps will melt, Canada will be the breadbasket, Iowa will be a desert, sea levels will rise, blah, blah, blah, send money to save the planet.

  7. Andy Oz says:

    1979 Fastnet Race still the worlds worst yacht racing disaster.

  8. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    1979 was a long cold winter in the UK too.

  9. Lance says:

    1979 – When at Eureka (Nunavut), we set the North American record cold month (Feb) with -47.9C (mean).

  10. Andy Oz says:

    Since 1979 Apparently the fish are getting fitter as the waves get bigger.
    ANU doing cutting edge climate change research. Geez!

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