Satellite temperatures show global pause resumes as temperatures plunge

arctic-polar-bearsNew satellite data shows temperatures are plunging downwards, despite NOAA and NASA using heavily jiggered data to show a global warming trend this century. Maintained by the RSS group from the University of Alabama/Huntsville and partially funded by NASA, it shows temperatures are heading toward pre-El Nino temperatures.

The previous El Nino began in 2015 and ended in 2016 and elevated worldwide temperatures for about 15 months. The satellite temperature record is important because it’s not affected by land and sea biases, such as concrete, the Urban Heat Island effect, missing data stations, and hotter cityscapes.

NOAA, however, uses land- and sea-based temperature stations that are prone to ‘overheating,’ have fewer rural temperature stations, and in many countries, have no data recording locations. NOAA’s dataset has been subjected to adjustments that have permeated other datasets across the world adopting the new data, with many unaware they tampered with the data. NASA called the satellite temperature record the “gold standard” until it started showing a global warming pause that began in 1998, after another strong El Nino.

More data tampering exposed

Based on analysis done by Tony Heller at “Real Climate #Science,” the data that NOAA uses (and shares with NASA) is deviating from satellite temperatures at about 1.3 degrees per century. And further analysis done by Paul Homewood at “Not A Lot Of People Know That” shows how NASA has adjusted every temperature record in their database to show a false warming trend in Iceland and Greenland. That’s contrary to observed record ice growth in Greenland.

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    Amber

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    “Scientists ” who falsify data for a political or a personal agenda are conmen not scientists . They deserve to be treated as criminals .

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    Jerome

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    How do we know this new data is not falsified? Also not just NASA has had recording of the world being heated up. Burning Coal, oil and gases is what is causing the world to heat up 2 degrees Celsius every year. There is a pattern of weather but it is heating up because the ice in the artic is melting faster than it can freeze. The proof is in the Northwest Passage the fact that it is open more than before and getting a lot of attention for that reason that countries are fighting about it. Means that the world is getting warmer. Now if there was a new Ice Age coming that path would not be open more now than ever before.

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      Brad

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      This data falls within the norms of what we expect to see globally. Any variation we see due to “burning coal and oil” is reversed from ocean absorption and atmospheric transfer (cloud coverage and movement). Those alone don’t account for a 2 degree temperature rise and this isn’t a consistent rise as we see flucuations in global temperature annually. If you examine a longer period of climate patterns and global temperature the rises and falls don’t indicate any longer term patterns.

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      Nick

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      Arctic Sea ice is has actually seen recent lows. On the other hand Antarctica has had record high levels of sea ice expansion. Sea Ice however is not completely reliant on global air temperature for its creation. The wind and water currents of Antarctica along with the continents distance from other land masses are the most likely reasons for the growth in sea ice. While sea ice is increasing overall levels of snow and ice pack are not increasing meaning the sea ice is growing primarily in surface area not actual depth. Within the word press article provided Goddard himself cherry picks data moving from Arctic to Antarctic data as if both were one in the same. The Goddard article has relevant information regarding the growth and decline of sea ice overall but does not disprove that sea ice is not in decline within the Arctic region.

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    amirlach

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    Regarding your question about knowing if the “new” data is false. We don’t, that is why it is important that all the raw data be made available to others so they can check for themselves. The good doctor here talks about what happened when he asked to see the raw data and how he was trained to not accept the data as presented. He was instead trained to check the data and methods himself.

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    Bryan

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    This article only shows a display of weather not climate. This “pause” is a effect of weather. El Nino/Nina gives a weather response because of the abnormal precipitation differences around the world. The “proof” is more than the passage, it is mountain glaciers receding, arctic permafrost warming, polar sea-ice shrinking, icecaps thinning in Greenland, Antarctic and Canada. The Earth is a complex system with many variables but the conclusions are leading to a heating climate change. The earth is warming.

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      Brad

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      The article describes climate it breaks down global temperatures over a period of time. This means that it is a study of global climate, and although the earth is a complex system that doesn’t mean that you can attribute the “pause” to one climate system that is witnessed every few years. Although the earth is showing a warming effect that is not indicative of climate change.

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    Jared T.

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    Most of these changes or variations in temperature are directly related to climate change, factors such as the atmosphere, ocean,sun, and aerosol can give us a glimpse to the how and why. These could explain why the global temperature has variations over periods of several years. For example the atmosphere works “as an absorber” from radiation that we receive from the sun, this could then lead into a cooling effect. The ocean which is another variable in climate change can effect climate and weather significantly through ocean currents. Going back to the atmosphere we see that its relationship to the ocean also plays a role in temperature variation. This is because the atompshere transfers heat from the ocean to the atmosphere and the atmosphere back to the ocean. The sun on the other hand is a factor that seems to correlate to short term temperature change, evidence shows that over more than an 11 year period the sun only led to a 0.1 degree increase in temperature. Lastly one of the more important factors to consider is aerosols which can act as a shade blocking out the sun and leading to a cooling period. If we consider the increase of aresols during the period of industrialization aresols affected temperature by half a degree. This industrialization was on set by people and makes people a major contributor to climate change. Although many of the systems or factors mentioned above work together to balance each other out, climate change is a real consequence with many causes. The real question becomes determining the main driver, the degree of variability in change and if and how a change can be made.

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      Nate G

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      The earth goes on cynical cycles of warming and cooling. Since 2001, the earth has been on a COOLING cycle. Every measure, earth wide, has shown we are “cooling” before that we were on a warming cycle since the 1960’s. Co2 is often blamed for this global warming effect and it is believed that humans produce the most Co2. Truth is, the Co2 produced by humans is a very very small percentage of the overall Co2 produced, AND higher Co2 levels have been proven to be a RESULT of and not a CAUSE of global warming. Proof of this is absolute. Ice core samples that show Co2 levels over the past 40,000 years prove that Co2 levels rise AFTER temperatures go up, not before. The best proof is that the earth temperature has risen and fallen throughout the history of measurable time. Hard to prove its humans if this has been going on for millions of years.

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        Jared T

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        Although the earth has gone on many periods of cooling and warming many of those cycles were before we had the global populations we have today. Through industrialization humans have increased the amount of Co2 in the atmosphere. Adding this to Co2 produced from fossil fuel consumption and land usage, we see that human are in fact a main driver to climate change. Also the ice core samples showed from the variation in oxygen isotope ratios that temperature was 1.5 to 2 degrees celsius warmer than present during a period of 8000-9000 years ago following the end of the last ice age.

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          JayPee

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          I’ll agree that there is a ” Last Ice Age .”
          But, it’s still going on.
          We have yet to leave it .

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            Jared T

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            What data do you think points to the idea we are still in an ice age? Warming on a global scale would indicate otherwise.

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            Thomas Richard

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            Just look up ice age at Wikipedia. Or talk to a geologist as I have. We only monitor about 110 glaciers out of convenience. The other 400,000 are doing just fine. Most are unreachable by man using traditional methods. You’ve bought into a lie perpetrated by vocal alarmist scientists looking for government money and environmental grants.

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            JayPee

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            Fact : Massive glaciers exist in both hemispheres and have been there approx. 120,000 years.
            That’s the definition of an ice age.

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            Jared T.

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            If that were the case we would see glaciers cover a majority of the earth currently glaciers cover less than 10%. “Within a few hundred years sea levels in some places had risen by as much as 10 meters—more than if the ice sheet that still covers Greenland were to melt today. This freshwater flood filled the North Atlantic and also shut down the ocean currents that conveyed warmer water from equatorial regions northward. The equatorial heat warmed the precincts of Antarctica in the Southern Hemisphere instead, shrinking the fringing sea ice and changing the circumpolar winds. As a result—the waters of the Southern Ocean may have begun to release carbon dioxide, enough to raise concentrations in the atmosphere by more than 100 parts per million over millennia. That CO2 then warmed the globe, melting back the continental ice sheets and ushering in the current climate that enabled humanity to thrive.”

            https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/what-thawed-the-last-ice-age/

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            Thomas Richard

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            The majority of glaciers on earth reside in Antarctica. It has grown in size 33% since 1979. Because at least one continent is covered entirely in ice, we are still in an ice age, and part of an interglacial period. Your comment is alarmist rhetoric regurgitated without understanding our planet’s climate.

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      Richard

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      The problem with climate change is that the majority of the articles that back it up are incomplete or contain false information! As stated in the above article the NOAA has incomplete data because they have few rural stations and many areas have no stations at all for recording data! Which makes there findings incomplete because they can’t base climate change for the world of selected areas! Many focus climate change on the ice melting but it has actually increased (http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2013/12/17/CryoSat-Satellite%20-Findings-Arctic-Ice-Increase)

      Also many of the models they create from their research turn out to be incorrect or false! (http://dailycaller.com/2014/02/11/report-95-percent-of-global-warming-models-are-wrong/#ixzz2t4gPo8iJ)

      There also hasn’t been in increase in temperature they have been in a pause for years and this just goes to show that climate change is not happening currently! (http://rightwingnews.com/climate-change/report-no-statistical-global-warming-in-17-years/)

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        Jared T.

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        In actuality sea ice has been recorded for over 150 years with the most recent records being in satellite photographs. These records indicate that maximum and minimum sea ice have declined over that period. Satellite data has shown that arctic sea ice cover has declined by 40% compared to its coverage in 1979-1989. Also the research being used is representative of a single scientist while the majority of data used in climate science comes from well funded and reputable organizations such as NASA, IPCC, NOAA. This research is peer reviewed by community experts and has a high degree of accuracy. Finally in regards to temperature change data from the Center for Climate Systems Research complied the following measurements: 0.4 Degrees celsius warming from 1900 to 1940, followed by 0.2 degrees celsius cooling from 1940 to 1960 and then finally a faster warming of 0.7 degree celsius from 1965-2011

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