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Old 05-27-2013, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Jim Jeffries View Post
Maybe we're looking at two different graphs, but what I see is a lower temperature today than in 1998. With a single ~.02 degree increase over that year in 2010, but no real trend over that period. Certainly not a continuation in the warming trend of the 2 decades prior.
1998 saw a dramatically high temperature, in an el nino year (that means it's hotter, look at the graph). That was eclipsed in 2005 in a year that was not el nino followed by higher temperatures again in 2010 which was an el nino year.

2012 was a lower temperature than 1998 but it was a la nina year where temperatures drop. Again look at the graph. 2012 is the hottest la nina year since records began.

What you have done there is that you have cherry picked one single temperature that you think supports your point and ignored all the others, including the more recent higher temperatures.

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Which is why climate alarmists have ceased using Global Warming and have latched onto Climate Change.
Wrong. Climate change has always been used as the dominant term in the scientific literature. Global warming is a media buzzword.

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Brilliant really, the Global Cooling of the 70's? Climate Change! The Global Warming of the 80's and most of the 90's? Climate Change! Tsunamis, earthquakes and tornadoes? Climate Change!
Are you seriously still banging on about that article in Time? One single paper suggested a global cooling in the 1970s out of dozens which pointed to continual warming, this was latched upon by Time (not a scientific journal) and for some reason is the go-to item to talk about by people who think that science is conditional upon politics.
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