Friday, February 26, 2010

Hottest January Ever Say Climate Experts?

sweatingAs if global warming alarmists haven’t become a big enough joke, they are now claiming January, 2010, “the hottest January ever.” This despite 30 year record lows in England and across the U.S.

Australian weather expert Professor Neville Nicholls, of Monash University in Melbourne, said yesterday: “January, according to satellite data, was the hottest January we’ve ever seen.
“Last November was the hottest November we’ve ever seen. November-January as a whole is the hottest November-January the world has seen.”

Guess we can add satellite data to the growing list of unreliable statistics being touted by global warming alarmists.


PFL0W said...

News flashes:

--the ice caps are melting;

they are melting at historically high, surprising, unprecedented rates, even down through history, as judged by core samples;

--the glaciers, worldwide are melting.

These are scientists, doing these observations. They have data to go by. It's not arbitrary, it's factual and provable.

Yes, Briton was cold this winter, temporarily, as were we. That doesn't mean the rest of the world was also cold.

Mo Rage

James said...

Seriously, do you do any research before trolling?

"The ice caps are melting, the ice caps are melting," cried Chicken Little. "Oops, sorry. Guess not."

Glaciers are melting? Where?

Not in the Himalayas:

Even if you buy the BS that some glaciers are melting and some are growing is evidence of global warming, there's this piece in which scientists say the melting is so slow that any climate change occuring will leave plenty of time for eco systems to adapt:

Climatologists are no more scientists than meteorologists. When they can tell us 100% what the weather is going to be a week out, we might start to consider their 100 plus year predictions with a little less skepticism.

In the meantime, there is ample evidence to suggest that any climate change that is actually occuring is nothing more than natural cyclical changes involving the sun and the movement of our solar system.

Anything else is simply alarmist BS not based in fact, but in faith on a continually debunked pseudo-science.

Anonymous said...

PFLOW: The kansascitian is a blog in Northern Missouri which used to be covered by glaciers. What caused them to recede?

This argument that glaciers are melting does not appeal to me. Glaciers are cyclical.