And the cooling continues. Sorry – I mean that Global Warming is an imminent treat to humankind.
As a complement to my previous post Recent 3 Months (Mar-May) U.S. Temperature trend/decade – It is getting cooler and cooler, I thought it also would be interesting to look at the recent 5 months (year to date, January-May) US temperature from a “historic” perspective. To see how the decade trends have evolved during the last 111 years.
Especially to see how the decade trends have evolved during the last 31 years. The period that according to the Global Warming Hysterics and computer models they worship should show a steady and accelerated increase in temperature.
And as I always point out:
Remember, these are the official figures. With the poor placement of stations (91 % of the stations are CRN 3 to 5 = bad to very poor); where they have purposely taken away the urban heat island effect, use huge smoothing radius, the historical “adjustment and tweaking” to cool the past etc.
Not to mention the great slaughter of GHCN stations 1990-1993 – roughly 63 % of all stations were “dropped”. Oddly enough many of them in cold places – Hmmm? Now the number of GHCN stations is back at the same numbers as in 1890.
Also remember that the US stations are now nearly a third of the all GHCN world stations.
So here are the trends:
US temperature recent 5 months (Jan-May) 1900-2011
The trend for 1900 to 2011 is 0.16 F / Decade
US temperature recent 5 months (Jan-May) 1980-2011
The trend for 1980 to 2011 is 0.25 F / Decade
US temperature recent 5 months (Jan-May) 1990-2011
The trend for 1990 to 2011 is – 0.32 F / Decade
US temperature recent 5 months (Jan-May) 2000-2011
The trend for 2000 to 2011 is – 1.87 F / Decade
So the “warming trend” 2000-2011 is exactly – 1.87 F degrees COOLER a decade. That is a whopping – 18.7 F COOLER in 100 years. The freezer next!
According to the computer models that the Global Warming Hysterics love so much, worship and blindly follows (especially our intelligent politicians), it should be EXACTLY the opposite.
And we are supposed to be very worried about a predicted rise of 3-4 F?
But not this ACTUAL trend?
And for this predicted trend the politicians want to take our societies back to the Stone Age. But, as usual, they DO NOTHING about the actual trend.
So to summarize this evidence of this “accelerated warming” trend:
The recent 5 months trend 1980-2011 is exactly 0.25 F degrees a decade.
The recent 5 months trend 1990-2011 is exactly – 0.32 F degrees a decade.
The recent 5 months trend 2000-2011 is exactly – 1.87 F degrees a decade.
So the “warming” trend is really accelerating wouldn’t you say.
Some more “rapid warming” like this and the freezer look really warm.
Another brilliant and glorious example of RAPID WARMING and an eminent treat to humankind!
That is truly “Global Warming” US style.
An interesting ”science” wouldn’t you say.
This is the “stuff” that “Global Warming” is made of.
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