Long-term warming trend continued in 2017: NASA, NOAA

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    Haha as if I would want to be in the tier of clowns who you rank high. That would put me in the same category of idiots that award Maxime Waters the top rank.
     
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    Still waiting for Abu Afuk to provide empirical evidence of the Midtropospheric hot spot..
     
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    That may take a while till he finally figures out you are not talking about a Wi-Fi hot spot.
     
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    Only when hell freezes over, and then maybe even then he won't anyway.
     
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    Region 3-4 now getting ready to take a dive...

    Not sure where that magical heat went...

    La Niña pattern setting up for fall and winter in the US... Its going to be a hard cold one this year for most of the US..
     
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    can anyone explain what happened to the ice age we were promised in the 70's?
     
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    We had not past the angle of incidence to the sun yet where glaciation occurs. 24.62 degrees. We have now reached 24.57 and are well past that well known Milankovich cycle point.

    Now we have not only the physical angle of the earth but the convergence of all major cycles into a cold phase and a cooling sun. The warming we have seen is natural response of the earths storage system which is now depleted... Cooling is here and there isn't a damn thing any of us can do but adapt.

    Whether or not we are entering an Ice age this time around remains to be seen, but one major volcanic eruption could easily put us in one now...
     
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    You've clearly done your homework [perhaps too much of it]...I appreciate the academic explanation which will require me to break out dictionaries and encyclopedias [thanks a lot] which may have been your intent so as to teach me a lesson as it were...I was just mocking the new snake oil salesmen who are going to give us all air to breath if we just open our wallets and vaults for them.
     
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    Just an awful lot of people caring a great deal in Washington, Oregon, California, and British Columbia this year as they watch fires consuming their forest, homes, and crops. But then, those are 'losers', right? So they no longer matter. Wonderfully fascist mindset.
     
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    Silly Billy, you get more pathetic every day. So why don't you send some of that cooling toward the West Coast of the US and Canada. We need it, because it is hot and on fire. There are people on this board that have been predicting serious cooling for the entire time they have been on the board, and all we have seen is warming. So, Mr. Westwall, where the hell is that cooling?
     

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