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AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby Squire » 22 May 2018, 11:47

The portents of doom are building as the air and sea temperatures accelerate their rate of rise.

Warming is a positive feedback effect which means that as it warms the release of CO2, methane and other warming agents into the atmosphere will accelerate.

Bobby's icebergs will melt and Bobby's father The Mechanic will shrivel as he dessicates in the heat while denying the truth.

The curves below demonstrate that the sea temperatures in particular are accelerating since 2010.

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https://interestingengineering.com/earth-experiences-400th-consecutive-warmer-than-average-month

Earth Experiences 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average Month
The last time the world saw a cooler-than-average month was in 1984, according to new reports from NOAA.

By Shelby Rogers
May, 20th 2018

NASA
The Earth has now had 33 years of rising and above-average temperatures. According to recent reports from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's monthly global climate report, this marks the 400th consecutive month of warmer-than-usual monthly averages.

The last time the Earth had a cooler-than-average month was in 1984 when US President Ronald Reagan was in office for his second term, and the Apple Macintosh personal computer had just gone on sale.

The NOAA report also said that the month of April had the third-highest temperatures of any April in NOAA's recorded history. NOAA started gathering climate data in 1880.

Researchers from around the world have no problem with pointing to specific causes -- namely that of human impact on global climate change.

"It's mainly due to anthropogenic (human-caused) warming," NOAA climatologist Ahira Sanchez told CNN. "Climate change is real, and we will continue to see global temperatures increase in the future."

While there have been efforts to reduce overall CO2 emissions, there still remains pushback from supporters of fossil fuels. There's also a growing reliance on fossil fuels coming from developing nations with rapidly expanding populations, economies, and technologies. However, those developing nations still don't use as much fossil fuels when compared to global powers like the U.S.

"We live in and share a world that is unequivocally, appreciably and consequentially warmer than just a few decades ago, and our world continues to warm," said NOAA climate scientist Deke Arndt. "Speeding by a '400' sign only underscores that, but it does not prove anything new."

Climatologists have used the 20th-century average as a benchmark for their measurements. That allows them to 'goal post' when they look through climate data. This type of benchmarking also gives them the opportunity to account for climate variability.

"The thing that really matters is that, by whatever metric, we've spent every month for several decades on the warm side of any reasonable baseline," Arndt said.

These rising global temperatures have hit certain areas harder than others, the report detailed. The heat was most unusually concentrated in Europe. The continent had its warmest April in recorded history. The heat wave also affected Australia and gave it its second-warmest month ever recorded.

There were even particular portions of Asia that saw extreme heat. One particular case was in southern Pakistan. The town of Nawabshah hit an incredibly high 122.4 degrees Fahrenheit (roughly 50.5 Celsius) on April 30. Climatologists are currently trying to determine if this is the hottest April temperature on record for the entire planet.

There was also another milestone detailed in the NOAA monthly report. Carbon dioxide readings -- the gas most closely linked to global warming -- hit its highest levels in recorded history. Carbon dioxide now has over 410 parts per million. NOAA's numbers aren't the only ones being leveraged against this new data. According to Scripps Institute of Oceanography, this high amount of carbon dioxide is the highest amount its been in the past 800,000 years -- comparing modern numbers with those found through extensive climatological research.
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby HBS Guy » 22 May 2018, 12:22

And since the 1980s that warming was despite a tiny reduction in TSI. That says it all—not natural!

Those curves are starting to look exponential!
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby johnsmith » 22 May 2018, 12:37

it must be that ice age boobie is going on about :roll
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby HBS Guy » 22 May 2018, 12:52

The ice age with the steadily disappearing polar ice? Yup. :roll

What a gormless, gullible fool with a nasty streak a mile wide.
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby johnsmith » 22 May 2018, 12:54

HBS Guy wrote:The ice age with the steadily disappearing polar ice? Yup. :roll

What a gormless, gullible fool with a nasty streak a mile wide.


i laughed when he chastised aussie for banning greg. :rofl :rofl :rofl :rofl
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby HBS Guy » 22 May 2018, 12:56

He has a board full of vile abuse and yet thinks his board is better than all the rest?
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby HBS Guy » 22 May 2018, 13:09

And the Arctic looks set to warm up dramatically this weekend:

https://robertscribbler.com/2018/05/20/potential-historic-arctic-warming-scenario-in-the-gfs-model-forecast-for-late-may/#comments

Mind you, we have had similar forecasts that failed to eventuate but since we have already had two major invasions of warm air into the Arctic this year it could happen.
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby MilesAway » 22 May 2018, 13:31

johnsmith wrote:it must be that ice age boobie is going on about :roll

He admitted many moons ago he is just being a contrarian!

He doesn't believe any of it!!
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby HBS Guy » 22 May 2018, 13:52

Nah, he believes with all his puny heart and soul.
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby MilesAway » 22 May 2018, 15:54

HBS Guy wrote:Nah, he believes with all his puny heart and soul.

I don't buy it!

He's lying to himself just like the rest of the capital "L"iberal voters!
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby DonDeeHippy » 22 May 2018, 19:10

Even thought they made i a political pro trump post, it does look like the global tempeture is lowering over last 2 years, looked at the global map thingie( tech term) would that be El Niño or something or just that 2015 was so bloody hot ?
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby HBS Guy » 22 May 2018, 20:15

2016 was a big El Nino. 2017 and 2018 are ENSO neutral or weak La Nina. Despite that, heat is hanging on.

Sixth warmest March, third warmest April—like I said, the globe is taking its time cooling from an El Nino. This is atypical. Why the cooling is so slow I don’t really know but the North Atlantic off the US east coast and the Mexican Gulf have been anomalously warm.
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby DonDeeHippy » 23 May 2018, 06:25

HBS Guy wrote:2016 was a big El Nino. 2017 and 2018 are ENSO neutral or weak La Nina. Despite that, heat is hanging on.

Sixth warmest March, third warmest April—like I said, the globe is taking its time cooling from an El Nino. This is atypical. Why the cooling is so slow I don’t really know but the North Atlantic off the US east coast and the Mexican Gulf have been anomalously warm.

Yeah I sort of thought that , its like being hit in the head 6 times instead of 7 , still 6 to many times.
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Re: AGW: 400th Consecutive Warmer-than-Average month

Postby HBS Guy » 23 May 2018, 08:32

And the La Nina is pretty much finished and there is a 50% chance of an El Nino developing—eighth blow to the head.

And nothing real will be done until there is a multi–state flood doing trillions of dollars damage and taking hundreds of thousands of lives on the US east coast.
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