Articles Tagged "A Graph to Debunk AGW"
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Saturday, May 5th 2012, 3:13 AM EDT
Now here’s the problem with co2, being the cause of the recent warming in the last 30 years.
Click source to read FULL report from Garrett Bastardi
Wednesday, May 2nd 2012, 10:51 AM EDT
Chart from - February (1967 - 2012)
Also read:Joe Bastardi Responds To Tim McCarver’s Home Run Claim
NOAA Northern Hemisphere Snow Cover Anomalies
Tuesday, May 1st 2012, 7:16 AM EDT
Interesting how they dont have a "hockey stick " in the far east either.
Sunday, April 22nd 2012, 10:44 AM EDT
The 2011 Texas drought was exacerbated by the highest temperatures since 1895 during June, July and August. Several prominent climate scientists have blamed these record highs on global warming. These claims are puzzling because, in spite of the 2011 record highs, Texas records going back more than a century show slightly more cooling than warming. So I visited the National Climatic Data Center website to review Texas temperature records. The NCDC provides monthly temperature records for 10 Texas regions going back to 1895.
National Climatic Data Center records of the temperatures across Texas show no significant trend (straight line) from January 1895 to December 2011. Photo: Forrest M. Mims III, For The Express-News / SA
Friday, April 20th 2012, 9:09 AM EDT
Click source for more from Steven Goddard and also read this very disturbing report from Anthony Watts. This latest news article from WUWT should be called IceGate, no doubt James Delingpole will put a name to it soon and I also would have thought we will see more about this in a couple of days from Christopher Booker, well done to Anthony in spotting this latest scandal.
Data set from
Tuesday, April 10th 2012, 6:08 AM EDT
The following articles are from the joannenova.com.au
and a recent Newsletter from Vincent Gray, the data used compliments the recent reply to the BBC & Nature
article from Piers Corbyn, “Dishonest, Delusional & Dangerous”
Carbon follows temperature in the Vostok Ice Cores In the 1990′s the classic Vostok ice core graph showed temperature and carbon in lock step moving at the same time. It made sense to worry that carbon dioxide did influence temperature. But by 2003 new data came in and it was clear that carbon lagged behind temperature. The link was back to front. Temperatures appear to control carbon, and while it’s possible that carbon also influences temperature these ice cores don’t show much evidence of that. After temperatures rise, on average it takes 800 years before carbon starts to move. The extraordinary thing is that the lag is well accepted by climatologists, yet virtually unknown outside these circles. The fact that temperature leads is not controversial. It’s relevance is debated.
It’s impossible to see a lag of centuries on a graph that covers half a million years so I have regraphed the data from the original sources, here and here, and scaled the graphs out so that the lag is visible to the naked eye. What follows is the complete set from 420,000 years to 5,000 years before the present.
•NOTE 1: What really matters here are the turning points, not the absolute levels.
•NOTE 2: The carbon data is unfortunately far less detailed than the temperature data.
Beware of making conclusions about turning points
or lags when only one single point may be involved.
•NOTE 3: The graph which illustrates the lag the best, and also has the most carbon data
is 150,000-100,000 years ago.
Friday, March 23rd 2012, 6:08 AM EDT
....For the UK itself there has been no discernable change in climate since 1940 and it is unlikely that significant change will occur by 2050 either. The evidence for this comes from the HADCRUT3 averaged temperature anomaly data for all UK stations from 1940-2011. The result is shown in Figure 2. There has been essentially no change.
Graph and extract taken from - DECC and “Tackling Climate Change”
- by Clive Best
Source Link: clivebest.com
Figure 2: UK average temperature anomaly 1940-2011. The blue curve and the red points show the annual variation. The dashed curve shows the monthly variations.
Monday, March 12th 2012, 5:35 PM EDT
Annual sunspot activity since 1700 according to the Solar Influences Data Analysis Center (SIDC). The blue line shows annual values, red line shows the running 11-year average
. Last update: 5 February 2012.
The above chart is from from Climate 4 You
sun section web page and illustrates the trend of the sunspot number since 1700. Notice the dips that correspond to cooler periods for the global temperatures including the 1960s, 1970s:
Click source to read FULL report from P. Gosselin
Friday, January 20th 2012, 10:36 AM EST
Figure 7 helps us examine the issue of whether global warming has “stopped” in the past decade or at least slowed down from the rate of the prior two decades. Global temperature in 2011 was lower than in 1998. However, global temperature has a strong interannual variability tied to the Southern Oscillation (El Niño-La Niña cycle)
Click source to read FULL report "Has Global Warming Slowed in the Past Decade?" by Richard Farmer
Global monthly and 12-month running mean surface temperature anomalies relative to 1951-1980 base period, and 12-month running mean of the Niño 3.4 index.
Monday, January 2nd 2012, 4:02 AM EST
The following has been sent in by Norm Kalmanovitch as a reply to The Sun’s Impact On Earth’s Temperature Goes Far Beyond TSI
This slide from my 2011 presentation at the GAC/MAC conference shows a plot of sea surface temperatures from the Argo Buoys.
These buoys demonstrate that the overall heat content of the oceans has been increasing explaining the increase in atmospheric CO2 concentration resulting from degassing but they also show that the overall sea surface temperature is decreasing contrary to what would happen if the sea surface was being magically warmed by the atmosphere. (The sun heats the ocean surface and the ocean surface heats the atmosphere no the other way around as the ignorant warmists proclaim).
If 30,000 buoys spread around the world tell us the sea surface has been cooling since at least 2003 as CO2 is increasing there is no possible correlation.