Saturday, October 12, 2013


THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: New paper finds natural North Atlantic Oscillation controls Northern Hemisphere temperatures 15-20 years in advance
A new paper published in Geophysical Research Letters finds the natural North Atlantic Oscillation [NAO] controls temperatures of the Northern Hemisphere 15 to 20 years in advance, a lagged effect due to the large thermal inertia of the oceans. The authors find the NAO index can be used to predict Northern Hemisphere mean temperature multidecadal variability and the natural oceanic Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO) 15–20 years in advance. A simple linear model based upon this theory predicted the 'pause' of global warming since about 2000 that IPCC models failed to predict, and projects Northern Hemisphere temperatures will "fall slightly" over the 15 years from 2012-2027.
Anything Can Happen and Probably Will — The Patriot Post
[Bastardi] I am going to do something a bit different here for Patriot Post readers. With the upcoming winter looming and the climatic ambulance chasers laying in wait for anything that happens anywhere as evidence to prove their point, I thought it would be nice to give an example of how no matter what happens, it will be repackaged as proof humans are wrecking the climate. It seems like a new strategy has evolved – using people that really don't know the weather and climate, repackaging knowns and then claiming it is some big discovery that backs their idea. I used an example last week: The “hidden heat” in the ocean which Dr. Bill Gray explained over 30 years ago with his ideas, forecasting the current overall weather pattern that lead to the increase in hurricane activity.
The Science Fiction Of IPCC Climate Models - OpEd Eurasia Review
Climate policies need scientific forecasts, not alarmist scenarios

By Kesten C. Green, J. Scott Armstrong and Willie Soon

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"Climate policies need scientific forecasts, not alarmist scenarios"

We don't even need climate policies.