Latest Data Confirms a Global Cooling Trend

Posted: January 25, 2011 in Global Cooling, global warming fraud, global warming hoax
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Several IPCC scientists have hinted that there has really been no significant global warming since 1998.  It has been easy to document not only a lack of warming within the United States but a significant cooling trend for the past thirteen years.  We now have “good” HadCRUT data confirming what many of us have suspected: no significant global warming in recent years.  In fact, the data clearly shows a slight cooling trend is underway.  I put “good” in quotation marks because as many of us know, this data is manipulated and massaged by the people collecting the data. Despite this corruption, and the best efforts by certain climate scientists to show otherwise, there is no denying what the graph demonstrates.  I am going to go out on a limb and predict that this cooling trend will continue for decades to come, erasing all of the supposed warming of the previous century (and then some).  I base my assessment mainly on upcoming oceanic oscillations and (more significantly) on some strange, rare, inactivity on the sun.

This recent cooling is in direct contradiction to every IPCC projection made in each of their assessment reports.  We were supposed to be seeing nothing but an every increasing warming trend far off into the future.  Carbon dioxide levels have continued to increase during this period but still, the cooling persists.  Of course the lack of a correlation with CO2 comes as no surprise to me since CO2 absorption is logarithmic and all but maxed out a long long time ago.  Even doubling today’s concentration, which nobody foresees even into the distant future,  will probably have no significant effect on global temperatures.


Jim Hatem

  1. eric says:

    Thanks so much for publishing this graph. I have been telling people that there has been no warming for 15 years or so and now I have something to point them to.

  2. Pete says:

    I’m sorry, but that’s a misrepresentation of the data. The dataset you have used is the rate of change of temperature, not the absolute temperature.

    All that graph demonstrates is that the rate of increase of temperature has marginally slowed over the last 10 years. We won’t know if this is significant until the next few years pass.

    • The graph shows temperature anomalies. Raw temperatures would show exactly the same trend. It does not show the rate of increase or decrease. The trend for the past 13 years is represented faithfully.

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