Christopher Monkton                                                                                                   Former advisor to U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher

The numbers are in and the verdict is that there has been no global warming for 17 years and 11 months, according to satellite data.

Satellite data shows there has been no warming trend from October of 1996 to August of 2014 — 215 months. To put this in perspective, those who graduated from high school this year have not lived through any global warming in their lifetimes.

The United Nations Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) first predicted in 1990 that global temperatures would rise at a rate of 2.8 degrees Celsius per century. But the temperature rise since the IPCC’s prediction has only been at a rate of 1.4 degrees Celsius per century.

Though more than two dozen more or less implausible excuses for this, the climate scientists are appearing nervous in reviewed journals. The possibility that the predicted “Global Warming” is not occurring because the computer models are simply wrong about the sensitivity of temperature to man-made green-house gases can no longer be dismissed.

Meteorologists have been predicting a weak el Niño this fall and winter, which would warm ocean waters.

An el Niño would normally peak during the northern-hemisphere winter. There is too little information to say how much temporary warming it will cause, but a new wave of warm water has emerged in recent days, so one should not yet write off this el Niño as a non-event.

El Niños occur every few years and can cause global temperatures to temporarily spike. Such events caused temperature spikes in 1998, 2007 and 2010. But these temperature spikes are often followed by huge drops in temperatures.

~and the Democratic Matrix devil doers’ dense tone lingers i.e., Global Warming Faked By Corporations, labeled Government, To Fit Climate Change Fictions.


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