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Jan 2014 Was 4th Warmest on Record & 347 consecutive month above 2

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The Earth is warming and had been for many decades now. As long as atmospheric carbon dioxide levels remain severely elevated as they are now, less energy will be able to escape away into space than is being received from the sun every day, so our planet will continue to warm up a little more every year. Variations in several natural climate factors can, to some degree, either enhance or mask the reflection of the underlying continuous warming trend in the surface air temperature records. Surface air temperatures account for less than 3% of the sun's energy the Earth is receiving, while the oceans are absorbing over 90% of the sun's heat. Even in just the surface air temperature record though, the warming trend is very clear. Good instrumental surface air temperature records extend back to 1880, and much farther in certain specific locales.

 

Here are some examples of the undeniable warming trend, that has not "paused" at all.

 

* This last January, 2014, was the 4th warmest January on record.

 

* Last November, 2013, was THE warmest November on record going back to at least 1880.

 

* January was the ninth consecutive month (since May 2013) with a global monthly temperature among the 10 highest for its respective month in the entire temperature record.

 

* January was the 38th consecutive January and the 347th consecutive month (almost 29 years) that has been above the 20th century global average temperature.

 

* 2013 was the 4th warmest year on record.

 

* 2010 is tied with 2005 as the warmest years on record.

 

* 2001 to 2010 was the warmest decade on record.

 

* All of the warmest years on record, going back to at least 1880, have happened since 1998.

 

* All of the coldest years since 1998 are still warmer than all of the hottest years before 1998.

 

Forget The Local Cold: Worldwide, It Was Another Hot January

NPR

by SCOTT NEUMAN

February 21, 2014

January will go down in the weather history books as the fourth-warmest on record. That's right.

 

No matter how brutal the winter was in North America, especially the Eastern half, it was balanced by warm temperatures elsewhere on the planet.

 

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Climate Data Center says that last month marks the 38th consecutive January and the 347th consecutive month (almost 29 years) that global temperatures have been above the average for the 20th century.

 

The last time the average temperature was below-average in January was in 1976 and the last time there was a below-average month was February 1985. Record keeping goes back to 1880.

 

NOAA says the combined global land and ocean surfaces for last month was 54.8°F (12.7°C), or 1.17°F (0.65°C) above the 20th century January average of 53.6°F (12.0°C):

"Most areas of the world experienced warmer-than-average monthly temperatures, with the most notable warmth across Alaska, western Canada, southern Greenland, south-central Russia, Mongolia, and northern China. Parts of southeastern Brazil and central and southern Africa experienced record warmth, contributing to the warmest January Southern Hemisphere land temperature departure on record at 2.03°F (1.13°C) above the 20th century average. Temperature departures were below the long-term average across the eastern half of the contiguous U.S, Mexico, and much of Russia. However, no regions of the globe were record cold."

The Weather Channel asks "in a warming world, how can it be so bitterly cold? Deke Arndt, a scientist at the National Climatic Data Center explains":

"We see more evidence that we will continue to have cold air outbreaks as the climate continues to warm. Cold air outbreaks, like the type we saw in January, over time, have become statistically more uncommon. Even though it was generally colder than average east of the Continental Divide and in parts of Siberia, it was warmer than average elsewhere. Take Alaska for example. The Last Frontier is normally frigid this time of year, but looking at the map it's clear that temperatures were well above average for January. January's average monthly high temperature for Fairbanks, Alaska is 1.1°F. But the average January high temperature in Fairbanks this year was nearly 15 [degrees] higher than normal, at 16.4°F. At one point, the afternoon high temperature in Fairbanks hit 45°F, which was a tie for its sixth warmest January day on record."

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Obamas sign contract to purchase small footprint Hawaii residence

HONOLULU-President and Mrs. Barack Obama today signed a contract to purchase a post-Presidential retreat in Honolulu that promises to leave a very small carbon footprint. The President and First Lady, long proponents of curbing the greenhouse gases that scientists say are causing global warming. The President has contracted for a construction of a 980 square foot home that will mostly be off grid except for various guardhouses that will be needed by the Secret Service to guard the First Family when the President retires to the island in 2017.

"Michelle and I believe in putting our dollars and our lifestyles where our mouths are," the President explained through a White House source. "It isn't just up to the general citizenry to curb their carbon footprints. It's the responsibility of leaders too. We must live what we preach."

For more see www.whitehouse.org/post presidency.net

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So the polar vortex was just bullshit? Make up our minds for us, will you, you idiot leftists (redundant).

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So the polar vortex was just bullshit? Make up our minds for us, will you, you idiot leftists (redundant).

Idiotic, clueless drivel! The polar vortex this year brought some Arctic air farther south into North America than usual and produced a very cold winter in parts of the eastern US but most of the rest of the world was warmer than average. When you read the OP, what did you think this meant:

"No matter how brutal the winter was in North America, especially the Eastern half, it was balanced by warm temperatures elsewhere on the planet."???

Or:

"Cold air outbreaks, like the type we saw in January, over time, have become statistically more uncommon. Even though it was generally colder than average east of the Continental Divide and in parts of Siberia, it was warmer than average elsewhere."???

 

You obviously don't have a "mind" to "make up", fargtard.

 

Come back when you grow a brain and can manage to comprehend what you read.

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Obamas sign contract to purchase small footprint Hawaii residence

HONOLULU-President and Mrs. Barack Obama today signed a contract to purchase a post-Presidential retreat in Honolulu that promises to leave a very small carbon footprint. The President and First Lady, long proponents of curbing the greenhouse gases that scientists say are causing global warming. The President has contracted for a construction of a 980 square foot home that will mostly be off grid except for various guardhouses that will be needed by the Secret Service to guard the First Family when the President retires to the island in 2017.

"Michelle and I believe in putting our dollars and our lifestyles where our mouths are," the President explained through a White House source. "It isn't just up to the general citizenry to curb their carbon footprints. It's the responsibility of leaders too. We must live what we preach."

For more see www.whitehouse.org/post presidency.net

Well, good for him. Too bad you rightwingnuts don't have that kind of integrity.

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this was the coldest winter ever in my life so you are a liar, i want some global warming please you c ocksucker

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this was the coldest winter ever in my life so you are a liar, i want some global warming please you c ocksucker

And up pops another retard who is completely clueless about the difference between the local weather where he is standing, and GLOBAL CLIMATE.

 

Your dumbbutt may be cold, Zilla-brain, but many other parts of the world are much hotter than usual. A fact you're obviously much too retarded to be even aware of.

 

2013 was hottest year on record in Australia, Bureau of Meteorology says

ABC News

Fri 3 Jan 2014

Australia has just sweltered through its hottest year on record, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.

 

Average temperatures were 1.20 degrees Celsius above the long-term average of 21.8C, breaking the previous record set in 2005 by 0.17C, the bureau said in its Annual Climate Statement.

 

All states and territories recorded above average temperatures in 2013, with Western Australia, Northern Territory and South Australia all breaking annual average temperature records.

 

And every month of 2013 had national average temperatures at least 0.5C above normal, according to the statement.

 

The country recorded its hottest day on January 7 - a month which also saw the hottest week and hottest month since records began in 1910.

 

A new record was set for the number of consecutive days the national average temperature exceeded 39C [102.2F] seven days between January 2 and 8, 2013, almost doubling the previous record of four consecutive days in 1973.

 

The highest temperature recorded during 2013 was 49.6C [121.28F] at Moomba in South Australia on January 12, which was the highest temperature in Australia since 1998.

 

Further, with mean temperatures across Australia generally well above average since September 2012, long periods of warmer-than-average days have been common, with a distinct lack of cold weather, the statement says.

 

Nights have also been warmer than average, but less so than days.

 

The country has experienced just one cooler-than-average year in the last decade - 2011.

 

Australian temperatures have warmed approximately 1C since 1950, consistent with global climate trends.

 

Globally, each of the past 13 years since 2001 have ranked among the 14 warmest on record.

 

The bureau's Neil Plummer told News 24 that as a predictor of climate in Australia, the statistics "speak for themselves", and that a "consistent body of evidence" gathered globally pointed to a "warming trend".

 

"All Australian records go back to 1910. The trend over that period is a little short of a degree warming over that period, where most of the warming has occurred since around about 1950, and that's consistent with the global pattern," he said.

 

"It's not just us at the bureau doing the number crunching, it is all the bureaus around the world, and it is that body of evidence that we're all seeing a warming over Australia and a warming world."

 

According to the weather bureau's statement, significant climate events of 2013 included:

 

* The January heatwave, which saw a number of severe bushfires in south eastern Tasmania and in Victoria, where bushfires were particularly widespread.

 

* An early start to the fire season saw major bushfires in the Blue Mountains during October, the most destructive in the region since 1968.

 

* Ex-tropical cyclone Oswald, which caused heavy rain and flooding along the east coast in late January, with many coastal areas from Sydney to Cape York receiving more than 200mm of rainfall in 24 hours, and Upper Springbrook in the Gold Coast hinterland receiving 1496mm in eight days.

 

* Tropical cyclone Rusty was the most intense tropical cyclone to make landfall in 2013, causing flooding in the Pilbara and Western Kimberley in late February.

 

* Tropical cyclone Alessia crossed the coast near Darwin in late November, the earliest tropical cyclone to make landfall in the Northern Territory in 40 years.

 

The statement concurred with a report released by the United Nations' climate panel in September, saying that recent warming trends had been "dominated by the influence of increasing greenhouse gases and the enhanced greenhouse effect".

 

According to the landmark Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report, scientists are 95 per cent sure that humans are responsible for global warming.

 

The report, the result of almost seven years' work by more than 600 scientists and researchers, says the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has risen by 40 per cent since the pre-industrial era.

 

It presents a number of different scenarios of how climate change may unfold over the next century, but says the majority of climate models point to a mean temperature rise of around 2C.

 

University of New South Wales climate expert Dr Sarah Perkins says last year shows the effects of global warming are taking hold.

 

"It's here and now. We're actually starting to feel the effects, and even though the global temperature hasn't risen more than a degree at the moment, that's already had impacts on extreme temperatures and that's consistent with what we've been seeing for quite a while," she said.

 

Dr Perkins says record temperatures without the climatic influence of an El Nino makes 2013 especially significant.

 

"Usually when we have warmer than average temperatures and lower than average rainfall, that's associated with an El Nino summer," she said.

 

"When we have La Nina summers, we have higher than average rainfall and lower than average temperatures."

 

"However, the past two summers have been neutral years, so they should have be effectively average rainfall and average temperature."

 

"So that's what we're a little bit worried about - that we're seeing all these records breaking when we're not really in a pattern of climate that influences those sorts of extremes."

 

"Australia has always been a country of extremes; we're no strangers to tropical cyclones or heatwaves or anything of the like, but it's the time they're occurring, particularly the start of the bushfire season this year. It was the earliest on record. That's what we're worried about."

 

Earth's oceans also heating up

 

According to the bureau, the planet's oceans are also getting warmer, with sea surface temperatures over the past 10 years the warmest on record.

 

Mr Plummer said the waters around Australia were no exception.

 

"In fact the waters to the south of Australia were the warmest on record, too, so it's that consistent body of evidence, particularly since the 1950s, where we've seen quite a strong warming," he said.

 

In 2013, sea surface temperatures around Australia were "unusually warm throughout the year", according to the bureau statement, with the temperatures for January and February among the highest on record.

 

Surface temperatures off the western and southern coast of Australia from summer 201213 until May were "consistently very much above average," the bureau says.

 

Global temperatures on the rise

 

In an analysis of the BoM Annual Climate Statement written for the The Conversation website, bureau experts said that 2013 was the 6th hottest year on record globally, while 13 of the 14 hottest years on record have occurred since 2001.

 

As of the end of November, global temperatures were 0.49C above average, the authors said, adding that other parts of the world to experience their warmest year on record in 2013 included the tropical North Pacific region around and east of the Philippines, along with parts of central Asia.

 

Exceptionally warm sea temperatures in the western North Pacific had "contributed to a very active tropical cyclone season in the region, especially in October and November", they wrote.

 

"In those months there were seven super typhoons (the equivalent of a category 4 or 5 tropical cyclone in Australia) in as many weeks," they wrote, adding that the most significant of these was Typhoon Haiyan, which they described as one of the most intense tropical cyclones ever to make landfall.

 

Heat defines first days of 2014 as Australia swelters

 

Extreme conditions have persisted into the first days of 2014, with soaring temperatures in areas extending from Queensland's interior to Central Australia, northern South Australia and north-western New South Wales.

 

On Thursday, temperature records tumbled in central, western and north-west Queensland, with the mercury topping 40C in a number of areas.

 

Friday saw another searing day for parts of central and western Queensland, with St George reaching 47.2C.

 

Northerly winds will push the heat towards the state's south-east over the next few days. Brisbane is expected to reach a high of close to 40C on Saturday.

 

South Australia's far north also sweltered through near-record temperatures on Thursday, as ex-tropical cyclone Christine tracked across the state, bringing high winds.

 

John Nairn from the weather bureau says several outback towns had temperatures well into the 40s.

 

"Our temperatures have been near record, the highest temperature we had was at Moomba at 49.3 [120.74F] degrees but a lot of centres up there are pushing up around that 50 mark," he said.

 

The full Bureau of Meteorology Annual Climate Statement report can be viewed online here.

 

Copyright 2014 ABC

 

(In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, this material is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes.)

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Dude, you are psychotic.

The fact that basically, nobody cares about global warming is probably not helping, either. Our friend believes in the cause enough that no evidence to the contrary to his belief could possibly be credible.

 

One would think that doomsday scenarios that seem to be proven false over and over would be GOOD news. For whatever reason, good news is met with rage and disdain.

 

Damnedest thing I've ever seen.

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Dude, you are psychotic.

Yeah....me and all those scientists all around the world are "pychotic" for pointing to the overwhelming evidence for a rapidly warming planet but you ignorant bamboozled denier cult retards are the only ones who know the 'real truth'......LOLOLOLOL....you're hilarious, MassStupidity....and extremely pathetic....

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Just keep repeating the meme, pogo. It's what Truthers do best.

Repeating propaganda memes is your job, BeACretin. I report on the actual scientific research that is further exploring the links between mankind' massive carbon emissions and the unusual and abrupt warming trend that is changing Earth' climate.

 

Like this:

 

NASA Study: Climate Sensitivity Is High So Long-Term Warming Likely To Be Significant

ClimateProgress

BY JOE ROMM

MARCH 12, 2014

Yet another new study finds the climates sensitivity to carbon pollution is on the high side. That means, absent rapid reductions in greenhouse gases, global warming is likely to be high enough to destroy a livable climate.

 

This is consistent with a January Nature study on climate sensitivity, which found we are headed toward a most-likely warming of roughly 5°C [9°F] above modern [i.e. current] temperatures or 6°C [11°F] above preindustrial temperatures this century.

 

This finding is also consistent with paleoclimate data (see Last Time CO2 Levels Hit 400 Parts Per Million The Arctic Was 14°F Warmer!). Also, this study is consistent with other recent observation-based analyses (see Observations Support Predictions Of Extreme Warming And Worse Droughts This Century).

And this study throws yet more cold water (hot water?) on some claims that the climates sensitivity is on the low side, claims that have been widely challenged and perhaps fatally undermined by the most recent studies.

 

As the NASA news release explains:

Global temperatures have increased at a rate of 0.22 °Fahrenheit (0.12 °Celsius) per decade since 1951. But since 1998, the rate of warming has been only 0.09°F (0.05°C) per decade even as atmospheric carbon dioxide continues to rise at a rate similar to previous decades. Carbon dioxide is the most significant greenhouse gas generated by humans.

 

Some recent research, aimed at fine-tuning long-term warming projections by taking this slowdown into account, suggested Earth may be less sensitive to greenhouse gas increases than previously thought. The Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which was issued in 2013 and was the consensus report on the state of climate change science, also reduced the lower range of Earths potential for global warming.

 

To put a number to climate change, researchers calculate what is called Earths transient climate response. This calculation determines how much global temperatures will change as atmospheric carbon dioxide continues to increase at about 1 percent per year until the total amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide has doubled. The estimates for transient climate response range from near 2.52°F (1.4°C) offered by recent research, to the IPCCs estimate of 1.8°F (1.0°C). Shindells study estimates a transient climate response of 3.06°F (1.7°C), and determined it is unlikely values will be below 2.34°F (1.3°C).

It is worth noting that absent sharp CO2 reductions, we are headed toward a tripling of atmospheric CO2 levels this century, or even higher, which will lead to amplifying feedbacks (like carbon emissions from the defrosting permafrost) and almost unimaginable increases in temperature.

 

This study provides more evidence to support a 2013 New York Times piece on how the IPCC seems to be bending over backward to be scientifically conservative in its most recent assessment (see Did Denier Intimidation Tactics Move IPCC To Lowball Sea Level Rise And Climate Sensitivity?).

 

Michael Mann, one of the countrys top climatologists (who did not contribute to the paper), called the study extremely important and said it contains two especially key findings. First, the cooling effect of sulfate aerosols in recent decades may have been underestimated. Second, the concept of TCR may be flawed. Both findings point to the fact that the threat of future warming may have been underestimated, Mann said. As shown in this article, Mann said, transient climate response doesnt adequately distinguish between the short-term cooling effects of sulfate aerosols (which can disappear quickly) and the long-term, committed warming from carbon dioxide emissions which last in the atmosphere for centuries and beyond.

 

So while we may have seen a slowdown in recent surface temperature warming though not in ocean warming or glacial melt future warming remains likely to be on the high side, if we stay on our current emissions pathway.

 

As lead author Drew Shindell, a NASA climatologist, put it:

I wish we could take some solace from the slowdown in the rate of warming, but all the evidence now agrees that future warming is likely to be towards the high end of our estimates so its more clear than ever that we need large, rapid emissions reductions to avoid the worst damages from climate change.

The science is clear. The solutions are here. Its time for the political will to appear.

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If Keystone goes thru, it is a signal that the human race isnt serious about dealing with Climate Change and is therefore game over

 

Remember, Obama is extremely Wall Street friendly, he is a MAJOR CAPITALIST like all mainstream politicians, so I am worried about his signing Keystone

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If Keystone goes thru, it is a signal that the human race isnt serious about dealing with Climate Change and is therefore game over

 

Remember, Obama is extremely Wall Street friendly, he is a MAJOR CAPITALIST like all mainstream politicians, so I am worried about his signing Keystone

 

Game over.

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Some spooky shit. So what are we going to do about it?

 

How about 'we' get serious about drastically reducing carbon emissions. Think of it like this: this climate change crisis is actually more of a threat to America than being at war with Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan at the same time was. If we tried as hard to deal with this crisis as we did to win WWII, we might have a chance. As it is, elements of the fossil fuel industry and the billionaire families at its center are proving to be more dedicated to their own short term profits and stock values than to the welfare of the whole planet. So just when we most need to pull together to deal with this crisis, traitors are subverting any effective efforts with bribery in Congress (and other governments) and propaganda campaigns aimed at the public to create phony doubt about the scientific facts of the matter.

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The fact that basically, nobody cares about global warming is probably not helping, ....

couple of reasons for that

 

"The first is the usual follow-the-money reason. The fix is to stop burning fossil fuels. The fossil fuel industries don't want us to stop burning fossil fuels, and they have lots of money to buy politicians with.

 

The second is that accepting climate change undermines religious fundies, because it implies that there's No One In Charge, except for us humans. And we're clearly not in charge, either.

 

The third is that climate change can only be dealt with via large-scale, coordinated government action. Probably world-wide coordinated action. Conservatives, of course, don't want to discuss anything that fucks up their privatized, individual-uber-alles narrative.

 

The fourth is that it has now effectively become tribal politics. Conservatives deny climate change because liberals don't."

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couple of reasons for that

 

"The first is the usual follow-the-money reason. The fix is to stop burning fossil fuels. The fossil fuel industries don't want us to stop burning fossil fuels, and they have lots of money to buy politicians with.

 

The second is that accepting climate change undermines religious fundies, because it implies that there's No One In Charge, except for us humans. And we're clearly not in charge, either.

 

The third is that climate change can only be dealt with via large-scale, coordinated government action. Probably world-wide coordinated action. Conservatives, of course, don't want to discuss anything that banned words up their privatized, individual-uber-alles narrative.

 

The fourth is that it has now effectively become tribal politics. Conservatives deny climate change because liberals don't."

 

I won't disagree with what you've written although it doesn't explain why, on an individual basis, climate change doesn't register on a typical concern list. I tend to agree with some of the original climate change advocates who have come out stating they have overplayed their doomsday scenarios. Several are now advocates of nuclear power.

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I won't disagree with what you've written although it doesn't explain why, on an individual basis, climate change doesn't register on a typical concern list. I tend to agree with some of the original climate change advocates who have come out stating they have overplayed their doomsday scenarios. Several are now advocates of nuclear power.

Not real scientists...look, you know nothing about it, but since Al Gore was involved your brain has been turned to stupid on this subject, and many more

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Here you are again peddling your BS...what is it you don't get? We don't give a rats ass about your propganda so why do you post it here?

You are worshiping a dead religion! There is not a single scientist out there that can claim GW is caused by man period, anything pass that is just a lie.

Get a life go find another lost liber cause.

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Here you are again peddling your BS...what is it you don't get? We don't give a rats ass about your propganda so why do you post it here?

You are worshiping a dead religion! There is not a single scientist out there that can claim GW is caused by man period, anything pass that is just a lie.

Get a life go find another lost liber cause.

Holy smokes, either you are kidding, or you really are the stupidest person on the internet

 

which is it?

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Holy smokes, either you are kidding, or you really are the stupidest person on the internet

 

which is it?

 

 

You have been the reigning champ of that one for some time now.

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Leftist and their GW propaganda

 

 

A co-founder of Greenpeace told lawmakers there is no evidence man is contributing to climate change, and said he left the group when it became more interested in politics than the environment.

Patrick Moore, a Canadian ecologist and business consultant who was a member of Greenpeace from 1971-86, told members of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee environmental groups like the one he helped establish use faulty computer models and scare tactics in promoting claims man-made gases are heating up the planet.

“There is no scientific proof that human emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) are the dominant cause of the minor warming of the Earth’s atmosphere over the past 100 years,” he said.

Even if the planet is warming up, Moore claimed it would not be calamitous for men, which he described as a “subtropical species.”

Skeptics of manmade climate change say there is no evidence the Earth is warming. A UN report on the scientific data behind global warming released in September indicated that global surface temperatures have not increased for the past 15 years, but scientists who believe climate change due to man is occurring say it has merely paused because of several factors and will soon resume.

The 2,200-page new Technical Reportexternal-link.png attributes that to a combination of several factors, including natural variability, reduced heating from the sun and the ocean acting like a “heat sink” to suck up extra warmth in the atmosphere.

Moore said he left Greenpeace in the 1980s because he believed it became more interested in politics than science.

“After 15 years in the top committee I had to leave as Greenpeace took a sharp turn to the political left, and began to adopt policies that I could not accept from my scientific perspective,” he said. “Climate change was not an issue when I abandoned Greenpeace, but it certainly is now.”

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So you werent kidding, amazing

 

The entire scientific community says it is so, mandrew says it isnt

 

wow

 

Moore is NOT a co founder and is now a paid liar for the oil industry

 

you dolts will fall for anything :D

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So you werent kidding, amazing

 

The entire scientific community says it is so, mandrew says it isnt

 

wow

 

Moore is NOT a co founder and is now a paid liar for the oil industry

 

you dolts will fall for anything :D

 

No the entire scientific community does not say its so. Moore saw the light and understood that it was all turning into a leftist political agenda and not about real science. You guys used to have all this love for him and now that he speaks the truth and doesn't follow the agenda, he's a paid liar...lol if it were not for liber's and their lost causes we wouldn't have stupid in the dictionary.

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