The planet is no longer warming

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    Watts Up With That?

    The planet is no longer warming

    February 6, 2019


    Guest Post By Javier

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    According to the IPCC at least 77%, but more probably 120%, and up to 200% of the observed warming, has been caused by GHGs.

    The rate of CO2 change (the atmospheric increase in CO2 every year) has been increasing almost linearly since 1959 and is currently ~2.4 ppm/year.

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    If the IPCC hypothesis was correct, the warming rate should increase (accelerate) if CO2 is increasing rapidly. The warming rate can only decrease (decelerate) if CO2 is increasing more slowly and can only turn into cooling (negative rate) if CO2 is decreasing.

    But the hypothesis doesn’t fit the observations.

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    Now watch the befuddled warmists here make clear they misunderstand the post as written since they are so wedded to the CO2 bogeyman so deeply that they will never understand it.

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    Uh oh.

    Time for another global cooling scare!
     
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    The "globe" hasn't been warming for quite some time. The only place "global" warming shows up is in the heavily manipulated, homogenized, and infilled "global" record. If you look at individual regions across the globe, you don't see the warming that shows up in the global record...The global record has been, is, and always will be a worthless bit of political stage craft designed explicitly to support a false narrative. Here, have a look at the temperature histories of various regions scattered across the globe..


    http://www.the-cryosphere.net/11/343/2017/tc-11-343-2017.pdf

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    http://www.clim-past-discuss.net/cp-2017-26/cp-2017-26.pdf

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    Two centuries temperature variations over subtropical southeast China inferred from Pinus taiwanensis Hayata tree-ring width

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    SAGE Journals: Your gateway to world-class journal research

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    High sensitivity of North Iceland (Tröllaskagi) debris-free glaciers to climatic change from the ‘Little Ice Age’ to the present (PDF Download Available)

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    http://www.clim-past.net/13/93/2017/cp-13-93-2017.pdf

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    http://cms.unige.ch/sciences/terre/news/articles/Guillet_etal_NGEO_2017.pdf

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    http://www.clim-past.net/13/1/2017/cp-13-1-2017.pdf

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    https://www.researchgate.net/public..._Siderastrea_siderea_from_the_Florida_Straits

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    Ice core and climate reanalysis analogs to predict Antarctic and Southern Hemisphere climate changes - ScienceDirect

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    https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00382-016-3478-8

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    Reconstructing North Atlantic marine climate variability using an absolutely-dated sclerochronological network - ScienceDirect

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    A paleo-perspective on ocean heat content: Lessons from the Holocene and Common Era - ScienceDirect

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    Quantifying climatic variability in monsoonal northern China over the last 2200 years and its role in driving Chinese dynastic changes - ScienceDirect

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    CONTINUED......
     
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    The "globe" hasn't been warming for quite some time. The only place "global" warming shows up is in the heavily manipulated, homogenized, and infilled "global" record. If you look at individual regions across the globe, you don't see the warming that shows up in the global record...The global record has been, is, and always will be a worthless bit of political stage craft designed explicitly to support a false narrative. Here, have a look at the temperature histories of various regions scattered across the globe..


    http://www.the-cryosphere.net/11/343/2017/tc-11-343-2017.pdf

    [​IMG]


    http://www.clim-past-discuss.net/cp-2017-26/cp-2017-26.pdf

    [​IMG]


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    Two centuries temperature variations over subtropical southeast China inferred from Pinus taiwanensis Hayata tree-ring width

    [​IMG]


    SAGE Journals: Your gateway to world-class journal research

    [​IMG][​IMG]



    High sensitivity of North Iceland (Tröllaskagi) debris-free glaciers to climatic change from the ‘Little Ice Age’ to the present (PDF Download Available)

    [​IMG]


    http://www.clim-past.net/13/93/2017/cp-13-93-2017.pdf

    [​IMG]


    http://cms.unige.ch/sciences/terre/news/articles/Guillet_etal_NGEO_2017.pdf

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    http://www.clim-past.net/13/1/2017/cp-13-1-2017.pdf

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    https://www.researchgate.net/public..._Siderastrea_siderea_from_the_Florida_Straits

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    Ice core and climate reanalysis analogs to predict Antarctic and Southern Hemisphere climate changes - ScienceDirect

    [​IMG]


    https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00382-016-3478-8

    [​IMG]


    Reconstructing North Atlantic marine climate variability using an absolutely-dated sclerochronological network - ScienceDirect

    [​IMG]


    A paleo-perspective on ocean heat content: Lessons from the Holocene and Common Era - ScienceDirect

    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]
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    Quantifying climatic variability in monsoonal northern China over the last 2200 years and its role in driving Chinese dynastic changes - ScienceDirect

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    CONTINUED......
     
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    CONTINUATION....


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    SAGE Journals: Your gateway to world-class journal research


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    Changes in temperature and water depth of a small mountain lake during the past 3000 years in Central Kamchatka reflected by a chironomid record

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    http://www.nature.com/ngeo/journal/v10/n3/full/ngeo2891.html

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    Temperature variations since 1750 CE inferred from an alpine lake in the southeastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau

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    https://www.researchgate.net/public...enland_from_the_first_regional_diatom_dataset

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    Quantitative reconstruction of temperature at a Jōmon site in the Incipient Jōmon Period in northern Japan and its implications for the production of early pottery and stone arrowheads

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    Climate variability in the past ∼19,000 yr in NE Tibetan Plateau inferred from biomarker and stable isotope records of Lake Donggi Cona

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    https://www.researchgate.net/public...nce_from_the_mid-_to_outer_Great_Barrier_Reef

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    Holocene hydrological and sea surface temperature changes in the northern coast of the South China Sea

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    Oscillations in the Indian summer monsoon during the Holocene inferred from a stable isotope record from pyrogenic carbon from Lake Chenghai, southwest China

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    https://www.researchgate.net/public...mental_change_for_southern_Pacific_Costa_Rica

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    Solar and tropical ocean forcing of late-Holocene climate change in coastal East Asia

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    Just for fun, here are a few more...



    Late Glacial to Holocene paleoenvironmental change on the northwestern Pacific seaboard, Kamchatka Peninsula (Russia) - ScienceDirect


    SAGE Journals: Your gateway to world-class research journals


    Lateglacial to Late Holocene palaeoclimatic and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of El Mirador cave (Sierra de Atapuerca, Burgos, Spain) using the small-mammal assemblages - ScienceDirect


    https://www.researchgate.net/public...olocene_and_its_sensitivity_to_climate_change
     
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    What I find interesting is the heat climb stopped in 1997 and has plateaued and is now in the negative slope while the temperature climb has briefly continued, as all buffered systems do. It is just about time for ocean heat reserves to deplete and rapid cooling to set in as the rate of positive climb is now negative.

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    The next ten years is going to crush the AGW narrative dead,
     
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    Fascinating, how you can't read your own graph.

    and is now in the negative slope while the temperature climb has briefly continued, as all buffered systems do. It is just about time for ocean heat reserves to deplete and rapid cooling to set in as the rate of positive climb is now negative.

    We measure ocean heat in detail, and it's still steadily increasing, so your idiot conspiracy theory thus craters.

    You said that 10 years ago, so good luck with that.

    You are useful for one thing. Given your perfect failure record, people can look at what you predict and safely assume the exact opposite will happen. From your prediction here, we can be certain the strong warming will continue.
     
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    So if global warming means the sea will rise does global cooling mean the sea level will drop?
     
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    No, as the response is logarithmic. It takes increasing CO2 to crate a steady warming rate.

    You're showing us a failure to understand a logarithmic process, and a failure to understand what "noise" is.

    We'll still be at this in 10 years. The world will have kept on warming strongly, so you'll have to get even crazier than this piece to explain it, and we'll keep getting a good laugh out of it.
     
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    Bwhaaaaaaa.. The facts do not support your fantasy... We are laughing at you...
     
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