Where is the "hiatus" in global surface temperatures?
I can`t find the "hiatus" in atmospheric warming. Can you find it?
I'll even give you a head start:
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- MikeLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Thomas Fuller made a bet with uberalarmist Joe Romm that global temperatures in the 2010s will be about the same as the 2000s, the bet line is .15C. .15C per decade is the low end of IPCC predictions.
Things starts out well for Joe Romm, as 2000 was a 'cold' year of just .40 above average while 2010 was .67. Then the nonexistent hiatus took effect, and 2011 was .03 warmer and 2012 was .03 cooler than 2001 and 2002. So far 2013 is just a tiny bit cooler than 2003.
But no worries, if you believe alarmists, global warming is just around the corner, and Romm will still win his bet.
- Anonymous7 years ago
According to Climate Realist's graph from "Wood for Trees" it doesn't even show the almost 1C spike in 1997-98 that had many scientists scratching their heads until they figured out it had to do with the PDO and AMO both being in a positive phase. I'm thinking that the "hiatus" you speak of is in the minds of warmunism advocates.
- Anonymous7 years ago
Eureka! I found it. A very slight drop in the slope in the trend line since 1997.
Is Roy Spencer going to be mad when I collect his Nobel Prize?
<According to Climate Realist's graph from "Wood for Trees" it doesn't even show the almost 1C spike in 1997-98>
That's because the rise was only 0.6°C as may be seen on the graph. That "very important global temperature event" wasn't omitted; it didn't happen.
- IanLv 57 years ago
as Climate Realist can tell you, there is NO pause.
The pause, which is not occurring, has been proven to be caused by a myriad of things that the models took into consideration but did not account for.
Why can't deniers just accept that there is no pause and we can prove why there is?
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- 7 years ago
Don't be too hard on them. They all thought another Chapter was going to look at it.