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Temperature series brought up to date (end 2019)

Postby HBS Guy » 31 Jan 2020, 13:48

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Re: Temperature series brought up to date (end 2019)

Postby HBS Guy » 31 Jan 2020, 14:11

Note how little temperature drop there was between the MWP and the LIA. This is in part because neither the MWP nor the LIA were global. Places closer to the poles, like central England, did suffer bigger temperature drops at the height of the Maunder Minimum.

Idiots talking of an ice age now don’t consider the amount we have warmed and how little effect the same amount of cooling now as in 1300–1450 would have now. Nor do the idiots think about AGW which would go on during any LIA/GSM and, with the buffer ocean temperatures will mean they won’t even notice any LA/GSM. Their only defence is to mutter “fake chart” before running away.

Really, deniers are just irrelevant. They had their moment of (desperate) hope when, as expected by sensible people, temperatures retreated from the peak of the 2016 Super El Nino. Late 2018 temperatures stopped retreating as the world started warming again as you can see in the chart above. Some are still living the dream but it is over.
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Re: Temperature series brought up to date (end 2019)

Postby HBS Guy » 31 Jan 2020, 17:48

How well are the climate models doing? Pretty good!

2019 second hottest year (one terrestrial series (undoubtedly not very robust, rather crappy, UAH6) disagreed as did some satellite series. Oh, and HadCRUT is also a bit of an outlier in not covering the Arctic.

Hansen’s projections are also pretty good, running a bit hot—Montreal Protocol not in force when he set out his scenarios so, yeah, quite good.

http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/archives/2020/01/bau-wow-wow/

Also see: https://pubs.giss.nasa.gov/abs/ha08910q.html
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Re: Temperature series brought up to date (end 2019)

Postby karlrand » 31 Jan 2020, 20:09

HBS Guy wrote:Really, deniers are just irrelevant. They had their moment of (desperate) hope when, as expected by sensible people, temperatures retreated from the peak of the 2016 Super El Nino. Late 2018 temperatures stopped retreating as the world started warming again as you can see in the chart above. Some are still living the dream but it is over.

And the nightmare has begun.
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Re: Temperature series brought up to date (end 2019)

Postby pinkeye » 01 Feb 2020, 02:56

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