‘Global Warming’ Is a Myth, Say 58 Scientific Papers in 2017

“Global warming” is a myth — so say 80 graphs from 58 peer-reviewed scientific papers published in 2017.

In other words, the so-called “Consensus” on global warming is a massive lie. And Donald Trump was quite right to quit the Paris agreement which pretended that the massive lie was true.

By “global warming” these papers don’t, of course, mean the mild warming of around 0.8 degrees Celsius that the planet has experienced since the middle of the 19th century as the world crawled out of the Little Ice Age. Pretty much everyone, alarmists and skeptics alike, is agreed on that.

Rather, they mean “global warming” in the sense that is most commonly used today by grant-troughing scientists, and huxter politicians, and scaremongering green activists, and brainwashed mainstream media (MSM) environmental correspondents. “Global warming” as in the scary, historically unprecedented, primarily man-made phenomenon which we must address urgently before the icecaps melt and the Pacific islands disappear beneath the waves and all the baby polar bears drown.

What all these papers argue in their different ways is that the alarmist version of global warming — aka Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming (CAGW) — is a fake artifact.

That is, all these different experts from around the world — China, Russia, Canada, the U.S., Italy, etc. — have been looking closely at different aspects of the global warming puzzle in various regions and on different timescales and come to the conclusion in irreproachable, peer-reviewed scientific ways that there is no evidence to support the global warming scare story.

Late 20th-century and early 21st-century global warming, they show, is neither dramatic, nor unusual, nor scary.

Here, as collated by Kenneth Richard at No Tricks Zone, are just some of the charts to prove it.

Büntgen et al, below, shows that temperatures in the northern hemisphere were warmer in the early 1400s than they are today:

Abrantes et al (below) confirm the traditional view — which Michael Mann tried to dismiss with his discredited Hockey Stick chart — that the Medieval Warming Period was warmer than anything we have experienced in our own era.

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    Spurwing Plover

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    Global warming/Global cooling/Climate Change and then these the usial con-men and snake oil salemen and they include Al Gore,David Suzuki,Leonardo DiCaprio(Sell his two junk science films THE 11th HOUR and BEFORE THE FLOOD)as well as the scam artists from the various eco-wacko groups(Greenpeace,Sierra Club,EDF,NRDC,Audubon Societyas well as the useful idiots in the picture above and all those who took part in those Useful Idiots Climate March

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    Jeff

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    How do we know what the temperature was so long ago?
    These charts are a joke.

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      Sonnyhill

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      Proxy data. Ice cores from places like Greenland, tree ring measurement from preserved samples, sediment, etc… If you get enough researchers that agree to interpret proxy data concensually they declare a concensus. If they want a temperature chart that looks like a hockey stick, they accept the proxy data that produces one and discard the inconvenient anomalies.

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    G

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    “I would remind you to notice where the claim of consensus is invoked. Consensus is invoked only in situations where the science is not solid enough. Nobody says the consensus of scientists agrees that E = mc². Nobody says the consensus is that the sun is 93 million miles away. It would never occur to anyone to speak that way.”
    -Dr. Michael Crichton (2003), Harvard University A.B. (summa cum laude) 1964 (Phi Beta Kappa). Henry Russell Shaw Travelling Fellow, 1964–65. Visiting Lecturer in Anthropology at Cambridge University, England, 1965. Graduated Harvard Medical School, M.D. 1969; post-doctoral fellow at the Salk Institute for Biological Sciences, La Jolla, California 1969–1970.

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