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(Denver Post)   The first decade of the new millennium showed the most global warming EVAR. Nothing extreme here, move along citizens   ( divider line
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2013-07-04 11:30:21 PM  

GeneralJim: ikanreed: I like that there's very specific origins for all those predictive models but then for the so-called "hard data" he just goes "Oh some sattelites and balloons. Which ones? Don't ask questions! Buy my book!"

Cause here's that same chart from a site with citations.
Oh, come on now, you're just embarrassing yourself, whether you know it or not.  Your reference is NOT a comparison of models with measured temperatures -- it is a comparison of several different temperature measurement methodologies.   There is not a prediction in the lot.   Try harder.

You may have missed the point. The person to whom you were responding to was in turn responding to someone who was posting the results of predictive models.

GeneralJim: Corvus: According to your chart it looks like temperatures have stayed which everyone admits is bullshiat.
I'm curious -- is this active ignorance or denial?  Unlike so many warmers claim, I cannot read your thoughts.  (I only read GOOD books.)
How can you simply deny that the warming has stopped?   Where are you getting your talking points?Even the major perps in this admit that warming stopped -- the MET Office, associated with the Hadley CRU, says:
Global warming stopped 16 years ago, Met Office report reveals: MoS got it right about warming... so who are the 'deniers' now?
And here's data from warmer alarmist sources:
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Here's the problem -- you're trying to get science from the U.N.   Their whole "global warming" scam is unraveling before their eyes.   And their traditional response, as what they have said in the past proves to be false, is to say "It's way worse than we thought" and "we don't have as much time to act as we thought."   They are simply trying to panic people into taking stupid actions without thinking.  The "unprecedented warming" they talk about has actually been a cooling.  Yes, the planet has actually cooled during the time in question.  Clearly, you are entitled to your own opinion, irrespective of its ignorance.  However, you are NOT entitled to your own facts.   And the facts about temperature in the last decade are as follows:
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You are very well aware of the fact that shorter-term variability can be misleading. It's the reason why this graphic is so compelling:

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Or, if you find that to be unconvincing, you could always listen to this guy:

GeneralJim: 15 years is close to meaningless when it comes to climate

2013-07-05 12:27:19 AM  

Damnhippyfreak: Or, if you find that to be unconvincing, you could always listen to this guy:

GeneralJim: 15 years is close to meaningless when it comes to climate

I'm somehow sure that GeneralJim could call that guy an anti-science liar without a trace of irony or awareness.
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