Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Global warming claims melt faster than Himalayan glaciers
For the Global Warming, alias Climate Change, alarmists, when the weather is hot, it’s due to Global Warming. When the weather is cold, it’s due to Climate Change
I often hear, and agree that an occasional cold snap doesn’t disprove Anthropogenic Global Warming. However, anyone can download the data from GISS, HadCRUT, NOAA land & ocean, UAH, or RSS and see for themselves that there has been a cooling trend that started sometime before.
By displaying different start date, it is possible to cover up any short term trend by averaging the data over 20/30/40 years. In fact, this is what is being done.
But why hide it? And is trying to hide it honest and genuine?
I think, weather and meterological facts are forgotten and get "out of mind" very fast, as they, at that moment are only of general interest to the majority of the people.
A meteorologist should remind the people about how hot is was in the 30’s and 40’s. In reality the warm spike in the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s warmed more than the one we have just left behind.
Then remember the ice age scare in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s?
Then it warmed a bit in the 90’s, stayed the same for almost a decade, and now it has been cooling again for the last 3 years. Where does C02 induced warming fit into that?
I beg you not to believe me…just check it out…its on the net…you’ll see.
Honestly I don't buy these kinds of predictions. I accept that the data shows the earth temperature is variable, and these variations may change every 3 years, or every decade. Season to season changes are short term, and are not reason for alarm. The climate is the very definition of a chaotic system
I do not accept that climatological science has reached a degree of accuracy where they can accurately predict what will the climate be in the next few decades, much less centuries in advance.
But let's not conjecture predictions that we have 20/30 years or so. We just don't know. If we spend trillions trying to fix what is a natural occurrence our fixes may just contribute to making the problem worse.