I appreciate Lord Monckton. He provides lots of data here. Data, not models. Facts, not speculation. The fact is that while the plant-food chemical, carbon dioxide, continues to increase at a steady pace, the earth continues to refuse to warm.
We must recall that the alarmists were saying that 15 years would be required to invalidate the models. Well, they didn’t admit that three years ago. They are still refusing to admit the models are invalid today.
John Coleman writes about it on his Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10204568456345057&set=a.10201879134353688.1073741826.1043332855&type=1
He has a video he invites us to watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K56fms2VZTc&list=PL4gtOudmtyYhZwsc5nnsAYJTJVWf3HE8C&index=5
Bottom line is, the hypothesis that CO2 controls temperature on earth is invalidated by the data. Regardless of your views on how we’ve run the experiment, the experiment shows that water matters, not the plant-food. Besides, the earth is greening–the plants obviously appreciate the extra plant food.
The facts show that there is no global warming. So, who is refusing to accept facts?

Watts Up With That?

Global temperature update: the Pause is now 18 years 2 months

Guest essay by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley

Since October 1996 there has been no global warming at all (Fig. 1). This month’s RSS temperature plot pushes up the period without any global warming from 18 years 1 month to 18 years 2 months (indeed, very nearly 18 years 3 months). Will this devastating chart be displayed anywhere at the Lima conference? Don’t bet on it.


Figure 1. The least-squares linear-regression trend on the RSS satellite monthly global mean surface temperature anomaly dataset shows no global warming for 18 years 2 months since October 1996.

The hiatus period of 18 years 2 months, or 218 months, is the farthest back one can go in the RSS satellite temperature record and still show a sub-zero trend.

What will the chart look like this time next year, at the beginning of the…

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