UAH for September is .6c

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    Latest Global Temps Roy Spencer, Ph. D.

    .6c for September...Also we're now in a la nina that is stronger then 2008 and 1999-2000 on top of it. In fact you have to go back to the mid 70's to find stronger. This one is -1.8c in 3.4.

    2008 bottomed out near -1.6 and 1999-2000 bottomed out near -1.3c range.


    "The most recent (July-August) MEI value shows a continued drop from earlier this year, reaching -1.81, or 0.64 sigma below last month's value, and 2.35 standard deviations below April-May, both record-fast drops for this time of year. In fact, the three-month drop set a new all-time record for any time of year, beating a 2.33 sigma drop in 1998."

    Pretty fucking amazing if you ask me...

    Let the debate begin!!! This is satellite data and if you have a problem with it state your reasons for it and you maybe right...
     
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    With this debate going the way it's currently going and people confused on what is exactly going on "I almost wish" the climate of the fucking earth would do one of two things.

    1# Start rising at least .3 to .5c between now and 2020 or 2# Crash into a ice age. Would serve us stupid creatures right.:tongue: There would be NO more debating if either happens, but we would then be friends and work together.

    This debate is because of the uncertainty. God please end the uncertainly and let the shit out of the bag if need be to give your children a clue.

    That sure would end this back and fourth bull shit!
     
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    relax Matthew. que sera, sera
     
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    Mathew, these people will deny until the changing climate is starving them. Then they will scream that the scientists gave them no warning. They are not just into denial of the obvious warming, but far into denial of reality and science itself.
     
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    Yes Matthew, because ending life as we know it so someone can be right is a far far better outcome. :cuckoo:
     
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    Dumb ass, life as we know it is already ending. Or are you just to stupid to see what the precipitation events of this year are showing us?

    Just the latest from a year full of these events;

    AccuWeather.com - Weather News | Over 40 Inches of Rain Inundates Hainan Island, China

    Torrential rain whipped up by Tropical Depression 14 triggered major flooding from central Vietnam to the island of Hainan, China.

    The outbursts of rain began last weekend in the middle of Vietnam, where Hue got nearly 30 inches of rain within three days, and ended Monday.

    The tropical weather system was designated Tropical Depression 14 on Monday as it tracked northward between Vietnam and Hainan. T.D. 14 later made landfall on Hainan, where it sparked flooding rain and mudslides.

    Flooding rain also pounded Sanya, the southernmost city of Hainan. On the eastern side of the island, Qionghai was swamped by almost 44 inches of rain between Sunday and Wednesday. Of this cloudburst, more than 27 inches fell within one 24-hour stretch that ended early Wednesday, local time.
     
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    But it sure would end this debate and bring us together to survive it if either of the 80 foot man eatting snakes came through the window.

    We all know what we're dealing with then and it isn't likely to be a good.:eek:
     
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    A readily available example of the effects of a rapid climate change, in either direction, is available from the beginning and ending of the Younger Dryas period.

    Problem is, while the evidence of the effects are clear, what is not clear is at what point in a changing temperature regime does a rapid climate change take place.

    Well, I am sure that we are going to find out, sooner or later, most probably sooner.
     
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    Note the running 13 month mean on the UAH chart. We are now equal, or nearly equal to 1998. And the starting point was higher, the drop on the other side will more than likely be less than that of 1999-2000.

    Look at the average from 2002 to 2007. It is higher through those five years than any of the previous highs in the average back to 1979. Yet the dimbulbs on this board will come on an claim that it has cooled since 1998.

    The 'record cold' year of 2008 is the highest low of the satellite record. The lowest solar minimum, sunsport minimum, and a strong La Nina, and 2008 is still the 8th or 10th warmest year in the last 150 years. But the denialists here still claim that is meaningless. Short of watching their children endure mallnourishment and hunger, nothing will convince them that the politics of global warming are not more important than the science.
     
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    Poor olfraud. Falling back on that old cannard. We sceptics (and really why are we still using that term?) fully respect science. What we don't respect is the perversion of science for financial and political gain.

    BTW does your company own that alumina plant in Hungary whose outflow is poisoning its way to the Danube? Just wondering.

    Oh and one more thing.. It is MATTHEW, at least have the courtesy to spell the mans name correctly.
     

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