The Inconvenient Truth…Well Duh!

Published on Jun 4, 2013

It is widely reported and accepted that there has been no increase in average global temperatures for at least 16 years.

Surprisingly (or not so surprisingly), the delegates in attendance at the UN’s Bonn Climate Change Conference (June 3-14, 2013) were either completely unaware of the global warming standstill or didn’t think it mattered.

Who is in denial here?

You better know better. Be informed. The decisions these fools make will affect your life.

Get a look at other sources of information. http://iceagenow.info/

 

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5 Responses to The Inconvenient Truth…Well Duh!

  1. Sixbears says:

    Forget science. It’s all about carbon trading. Make a new financial bubble out of nothing at all.

  2. Global temperature … ? Look at how hot the arctic is as compared to normal. It’s probably better if the whole earth was 1 degree hotter than it be the same except the arctic is 5 degrees hotter… summer arctic sea ice is essentially fucked.

    • With all due respect, numerous agencies around the world, including your own NASA, the UN’s IPCC, and other groups in Britain, Russia, the EU and elsewhere have concluded that global temperatures have not increased over that time. Furthermore, current predictions are mostly for lower temperatures over the coming decades.
      The fact is that at the time of this writing, the Arctic sea ice cover is quite normal, somewhere between the ten-year averages observed for the 1980s and 1990s. Of course, with the regular seasonal variations, ranging from 5 to 15 million square kilometers, especially the minimum coverage is significantly more variable than the ice cover at most other times. By the way, even US submarines repeatedly observed stretches of open water near the North Pole – over five decades ago.
      “We’ve just had the 4th greatest anomaly of the Antarctic sea ice,
      with more than 1.3 million Km^2 above average,”
      And ~ 19 months straight above average of the sea ice in the S. Pole.
      All the four greatest records since 1979 happened in the last 6 years.
      This is the start of a Mini-Iceage.

      • Actually, last year it was 3 million sq kilometers, not 5, and it’s overall a lot thinner. You’re obviously making things up, because the groups you are referencing state quite the opposite. The Temperature Anomalies are focused primarily on the Arctic, and not the Antarctic, however, the area in Antarctica near South America is experiencing abnormally high temperatures and several of the large Ice structures are liable to fall off.

  3. This is not my first rodeo. You can believe what you want. But, I will state that the cooling trend will continue for several decades and even escalate. But I’m a sun watcher and I base my presumptions on where we are in a given solar cycle with an eye to what happened in the last correlating cycle historically. We are currently over four years into Cycle 24. The current predicted and observed size makes this the smallest sunspot cycle since Cycle 14 which had a maximum of 64.2 in February of 1906. This solar maximum has the earmarks of being the weakest maximum in more than a century. This looks like a replay of the maunder minimum. The Maunder Minimum coincided with a time when Earth’s climate was colder than average. This correlation has generated hypotheses that low solar activity produces cooler than average global temperatures. My money is on the historical record and not on the hysterical record of the gorebal warming. Have fun with that.

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