New Report Confirms Global Cool Down

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  1. Sinatra
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    UAH-MSU, among the most accurate global temperature data set resources, shows another month of global cooling for June 2009.

    When going back to 1979, when the far more accurate satellite data becomes available, we see only a very slight warming from then to now - and remember, 1979 represents a year when the earth was coming out of the oft-reported impending Ice Age that took hold in the junk-science media of that decade.

    Now if you recall, 1998 was the poster child of the global warmers - an anomaly year that saw dramatic cooling to follow, with more subtle cooling in the proceeding years.


    In essence, there has been no global warming in the last 30 years.

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    One penguin does not an ice age make :p

    While I agree with you that global warming is garbage science, I think we can't fall into the trap of reading too much into too small a data set. That is what the bad guys do.


    I do recall that the mid late 70s were unusually cold. The winter of 77 got all kinds of press because, as you mention, folks were afraid pollution was freezing the planet, rather than heating it up.
     
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    Yup....Looks like the extent of Arctic sea ice is trending upwards, too.

    Thanks for re-re-re-re-re-re-re-reposting that chart, Christine.
     
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    Chris ... a bit of logic for you before you decide to once again post that graph ...

    ... you rant and rave that average is more important, yet you are only focusing on two years with that graph and comparing it to an average of 21 years ... that's both hypocritical and dishonest in so many ways, so stop being so amazed at our laughing at you every time you use it.
     
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    The sun is at its lowest level of activity in 80 years and yet the ice continues to melt.

    Why?
     
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    You are welcome.

    We are still way below the 20 year average even though the sun is at its lowest level of activity in 80 years.

    Why?
     
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    According to your stupid chart, that trend has been reversing.

    You really oughtta get some new material.
     
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    Meh ... lots of reasons, which you ignored of course ... and of course it's melting this time of year, it's called summer in the north ... which just happens to be where most of the ice is ... :eusa_whistle:

    You do notice that your graph is only for the northern hemisphere, right?
     
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    Of course the trend goes up and down from year to year.

    But the overall trend is downward over the last 40 years.

    Nice try, though.
     

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