The Earth Is Not Warming

If you remove Mt. Pinatubo cooling, there has been essentially no warming for almost a quarter of a century.

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20 Responses to The Earth Is Not Warming

  1. Andy Oz says:

    If all the government funding for the sham is cut off, then alarmist pseudo-science websites would look like this. CSIRO and BOM better wake up to themselves on the alarmism and stick to real science.

    • Eric Simpson says:

      Btw Don, that’s a great link you’ve given, with awe-some photos of the frozen falls, and the video: Polar vortex turns Niagara Falls into a frozen wonderland. Those scenes are simply inconsistent with the runaway out of control warming propaganda. Wow! That might be what the future holds for us! Wait, it’s happening now!!

    • Dmh says:

      Looks like the last time it happened was in 1940’s, but you cannot find much reliable information on the internet.
      Seems a quite rare event.

  2. Ben says:

    Steven Goddard is the Global Factual Disruption

  3. You should do the same thing by removing both the positive and negative outliers (i.e., top 10% and bottom 10%). You can do this for various periods of time (10, 20, 30, 40 years). I’d love to see those trendlines.

  4. Billy N.Z. says:

    Just read an article on the news. A “new study” says the Statue of Liberty,Venice,and various other places could be under water by 4014. Yes folks,2000 years. The experts can now “predict” 2000 years into the future. What,please tell me WHAT these fools are smoking.

  5. Eric Simpson says:

    The graph looks kind of like a dog. With a leash. That leash coming in around 1998. Take it back even further and we’ll see that we probably haven’t even warmed since the 1930s. It was warmer in the 1930s! How is that runaway out of control hockey stick warming? It isn’t. Temperatures over the whole 8 decade span have been pretty much flatlining, or dropping. While CO2 has gone up a large amount. But not temperatures. C02 way up, temperatures flat or down, for 80 years. Like, CO2 hasn’t been doing squat, and truth is that that is consistent with the historical record on CO2 going back hundreds of thousands of years, showing that there is no evidence that CO2 has done anything to temperatures. Oh, but we have a theoretical model that says CO2 should do something. But it hasn’t. The model is bunk, bull, baloney, other b words. Here is an outstanding 3 minute video of the historical record on CO2, graphically and effectively exposing Al Gore’s (and the ipcc’s) deceptions on CO2:

  6. Sparks says:

    it’s a graph, it must be true!

  7. Dmh says:

    How did you “removed” Pinatubo’s influence Steve, just dis-considered 1992? … I believe you did something more elaborated…

  8. TBT says:

    For the layperson, is this site any good?

    I’m just jumping into the climate change debate and I use Steve Goddard’s site because something about it rings true. What about the climate prediction site? I was looking for a predictions vs. actuals site and stumbled across it.

    Can someone versed in climate science lend me a hand? The third chart on the page I linked is interesting but I’m confused about the zipper looking line for CO2 ppm. Is it zigzagged just so it doesn’t overlap the IPCC A18 Scenario or do the zigzags mean something? Seems too consistent to not be on purpose.

    • NikFromNYC says:

      The zig zag is just seasonal variation as trees and green ocean life hibernates in winter, locally where the CO2 is measured which happens to be in Hawaii, where the constant westward trade winds blow from North and mostly South America. It’s a sign that the Earth is alive and that plants do indeed suck up lots of CO2 in summer.

      You picked a good year to learn about the Climatology cult, since it finally showed its hand in 2013 in a way anybody can fully understand, and this in the top journal Science, where low lying data from a Marcott’s Ph.D. thesis was simply and bizarrely re-dated to afford a brand Michael Mann vindicating hockey stick by spurious data drop off at the end. A quick glance summary is here:

      A coauthor described it as a “super hockey stick” with a whoosh gesture in a video chat interview with NY Times reporter Revkin.

      • TBT says:

        Thank you for the explanation NikFromNYC. The more I read, the more I see the cult like mentality.

        Models and their predictions are great tools, but somebody’s got to start keeping score. Every grant for climate modelling should have at least these three conditions:

        1. you must publish your predictions in a graphs
        2. you must publish your set of variables in a graphs
        3. you must publish your predictions (end results and all variables) against the set of known data in a graphs

        Visualization is the key for even a dolt like me to better understand climate.

  9. John Silver says:

    I have been saying this for years, glad someone agrees.
    You can add to the other end predictions, like the one from the UK Met Office, and you will have 30 or more years of no warming or cooling.

    • Me too, for the last 3 years, and I have been commenting on it whenever Goddard posts about it (for example, here, in late 2012). Of course, my confirmation of the Standard Atmosphere in my Nov. 2010 Venus/Earth temperatures comparison would indicate only changing heat (IR) from the Sun can raise or lower the global mean surface temperature, and with the noisiness shown in the temperature records, the uncertainties of the estimation of global mean from scattered stations, and the fraudulent (and no doubt incompetent) adjustments that have been added on top of all of that, I demand that science must stand by the above-all-stable Standard Atmosphere model on the global scale.

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