14
Mar
08

Coldest winter since 2001, still Al Gore won’t accept the truth.

This chart, which was exhibit number one for global warming alarmists, has been proven a complete lie.

True believers from the Holy Church of Global Warming may not want to read this, it will be like when you learned there was no Santa.  The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has determined that “The average temperature across both the contiguous U.S. and the globe during climatological winter (December 2007-February 2008) was the coolest since 2001.”

More than they have discovered: “The combined global land and ocean surface temperature was the 16th warmest on record for the December 2007-February 2008 period (0.58°F/0.32°C above the 20th century mean of 53.8°F/12.1°C). The presence of a moderate-to-strong La Niña contributed to an average temperature that was the coolest since the La Niña episode of 2000-2001.”

So, the earth is getting cooler, not warmer, as the infamous “Hockey Stick” chart above claimed it would.

Speaking of that chart, here is a very interesting story of how it was completely proven to be a lie.  Turns out “…several studies cast doubt on the accuracy of the hockey stick, and in 2006 Congress requested an independent analysis of it. A panel of statisticians chaired by Edward J. Wegman, of George Mason University, found significant problems with the methods of statistical analysis used by the researchers and with the IPCC’s peer review process. For example, the researchers who created the hockey stick used the wrong time scale to establish the mean temperature to compare with recorded temperatures of the last century. Because the mean temperature was low, the recent temperature rise seemed unusual and dramatic. This error was not discovered in part because statisticians were never consulted.”

So before you sell all your earthly possessions and give the proceeds to Al Gore for a ticket on the ship following in the Hale-Bopp comet’s tail, you might want to try and investigate the truth for yourself.  Maybe start with studies NOT conducted by governments or NGO’s with an anti-freedom, anti-Capitalist agenda.

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6 Responses to “Coldest winter since 2001, still Al Gore won’t accept the truth.”


  1. 1 drzinc
    March 15, 2008 at 5:56 pm

    To get a better idea of global climate trends, viek the Vistock Ice Cores on the internet. You will see that about 800,000 of the last 1,000,000 years earth has been in one or another ice age. This little non-ice-age period (inter-glacial period) we are enjoying now (for the last 10,000 – 20,000 years or so, is one of the 5 that have occurred every 100,000 years or so, and like the previous four, it is about to end. Another ice age will be here within another 10,000 years or so. So keep warming the planet however you can ! Because homo sapiens doesn’t do well during ice ages, but we thrive in the inter-glacials. Try to stay warm !
    (Gore never got higher than a “C” in science at Harvard. I know, I was one class ahead of him.)

  2. 2 drzinc
    March 15, 2008 at 5:57 pm

    To get a better idea of global climate trends, visit and view the Vostock Ice Cores on the internet. You will see that during about 800,000 of the last 1,000,000 years earth has been in one or another ice age. This little non-ice-age period (inter-glacial period) we are enjoying now (for the last 10,000 – 20,000 years or so, is one of the 5 that have occurred every 100,000 years or so, and like the previous four, it is about to end. Another ice age will be here within another 10,000 years or so. So keep warming the planet however you can ! Because homo sapien doesn’t do well during ice ages, but we thrive in the inter-glacials. Try to stay warm !
    (Gore never got higher than a “C” in science at Harvard. I know, I was one class ahead of him.)

  3. 3 PJ
    March 17, 2008 at 1:40 pm

    Since this story was put out by NOAA I shocked (ha) that I haven’t heard anthing about it in the mainstream (read: leftwing) press. Shocking but true.

  4. 4 Ju Bear
    June 3, 2009 at 7:53 am

    Have you ever heard the expression ‘one swallow doesn’t make a summer’? It might just be a British expression. Over here the arrival of migrating swallows from Africa is the sign that summer is arriving. But the saying makes the point that one isolated event (a single swallow) doesn’t mean anything about the big picture.

    The fact that 2007-08 was a colder winter doesn’t mean a thing in terms of the overall trend of global temperature. If it’s hot and dry on the 2nd June at my house every year for ten years and then one year it’s cold and wet, what would I bet on it being like the following year? My money would be on it being hot and dry rather than taking the one wet and cold day in eleven being a new trend.

    And although drzinc is correct about the regularity and therefore near-inevitability of a new ice age, there’s a lot of evidence to suggest that glacial periods are kick-started by periods of rapid global warming. Now, humans didn’t cause the last ice-age-spawning warming events but that doesn’t mean we aren’t accelerating it this time.

    I don’t know why you guys find it so hard to accept the logic of humans causing global warming. We KNOW our carbon emissions are huge (compared to naturally occurring ones), we KNOW carbon emissions insulate the planet so surely it’s not a leap of faith to understand our actions affect the climate’s temperature. I think it’s more interesting to understand why you choose to doubt the proposition. I suspect that it’s that age-old human instinct of just liking the way things are – no implications of choosing a big car, air conditioning with no consequence and it’s easier to throw stuff away than recycle.

    I hope you publish this. I understand your group is for people discussing conservative viewpoints, but discussion with people who already think similarly to you doesn’t really go anywhere. It’s always handy to be open-minded to an opposing view. And I should point out that, although I’m convinced about the truth of global warming, I’m also open-minded enough to accept it if anyone can convince me otherwise; based on evidence, not preference. So I’d be really happy to hear your thoughts.

    Cheers,

    Ju

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