STOP THE PRESS: We are in an Ice Age now



It took me a long time to stop laughing enough to be able to start typing.

What do you do when you can’t get enough data to back your AGW (anthropomorphic global warming) fairy tale, because the data really doesn’t show any significant warming after all?

This guys figures it out:

It’s supposed to be cold [right now]

The Earth was very cold at the turn of the 20th century. The decade from 1900 to 1909 was colder than 95% of the last 11,300 years, the study found.

Fast forward to the turn of the 21st century, and the opposite occurs. Between 2000 and 2009, it was hotter than about 75% of the last 11,300 years.

If not for man-made influences, the Earth would be in a very cold phase right now and getting even colder, according the joint study by Oregon State University and Harvard University. Marcott was the lead author of the report on its results.

That’s right – if it wasn’t for us fucking the climate over, we’d all be frozen like mammoth icicle pops.

Well, maybe not that bad, but you can see how this breathes new life into their tired argument.

Variations in how the Earth is tilted and its orbit around the sun make for a pattern of planetary warming phases followed by cooling phases across the millennia.

The team’s research shows the Earth’s overall temperature curve dipping down over about the past 4,000 years, but the downward plod comes to an abrupt halt in modern times.

“If you were to predict — based on where we are relative to the position of the sun and how we are tilted — you would predict that we would be still cooling, but we’re not,” Marcott said.


That’s another word for “best guess”.

The last time Earth has been as warm as it is projected to be by 2100 was before the last Ice Age started — over 130,000 years ago. That’s too long ago to gather reliable data on, he said.

He didn’t want to speculate on what the world will look like, if global warming continues.

“I certainly hope we can pull ourselves out of it,” he said.

“projected” — guessing.

“too long ago to gather reliable data” — that’s right

“didn’t want to speculate” — but then says “hope we can pull ourselves out of [global warming]”.  That looks like speculation to me.

Everything is just a wild assed guess.  From temperatures, to adjustments, to ice core pollen, to sun positions, tectonic plate movements, to global forest cover, to volcanic eruptions, to the biomass of wildlife then, and now… it is all a guessing game.

If anything these scientist have predicted over the last 30 years was even remotely correct, why haven’t we seen even 5% of their predicted rises in sea levels, or average global temperatures?

Everything that changes now is somehow claimed to have been static, more or less, before recent times.  It goes against common sense, and “scientists” sitting at computers running ever more complex models are being paid to do nothing more than what?


And so far, they’ve done such a poor job of it, we can be sure that they are still wrong today.



Source:  CNN


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  • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

    This calls for a 10% carbon tax on usage of electricity, gas and water. Then we can maintain the balance.

    • axeman

      Climate Alarmist Scientist Academic Jargon Translator

      “It has long been known” = I didn’t look up the original reference.

      “A definite trend is evident” = These data are practically meaningless.

      “While it has not been possible to provide definite answers to the questions” = An unsuccessful experiment but I still hope to get it published.

      “Three of the samples were chosen for detailed study” = The other results didn’t make any sense.

      “Typical results are shown” = This is the prettiest graph.

      “These results will be in a subsequent report” = I might get around to this sometime, if pushed/funded.

      “In my experience” = once.

      “In case after case” = twice.

      “In a series of cases” = thrice.

      “It is believed that” = I think.

      “It is generally believed that” = A couple of others think so, too.

      “Correct within an order of magnitude” = Wrong.

      “According to statistical analysis” = Rumour has it.

      “A statistically oriented projection of the significance of these findings” = A wild guess.

      “A careful analysis of obtainable data” = Three pages of notes were obliterated when I knocked over a glass of pop.

      “It is clear that much additional work will be required before a complete understanding of this phenomenon occurs”= I don’t understand it.

      “After additional study by my colleagues” = They don’t understand it either.

      “Thanks are due to Joe Blotz for assistance with the experiment and to Cindy Adams for valuable discussions” = Mr Blotz did the work and Ms Adams explained to me what it meant.

      “A highly significant area for exploratory study” = A totally useless topic selected by my committee.

      “It is hoped that this study will stimulate further investigation in this field” = I quit.

      • Hazards001

        Farking Brilliant!

  • The biggest stuff-ups with the “Global Warming” false prophets (of which we have biblically been warned about) is that they are full of shit!

    The polar ice-caps are 7/8ths under the sea and 1/8 above the sea, and are 7/8 water and 1/8 air… hence why the sit in the ocean like they do! Melt them, and there is no way in hell that the sea levels will increase!
    Glacial ice is at a similar water/air ratio. Snow is anout 50/50 water to air. Then theres the humidity, and the clouds, which, after all, is just water vapour.
    Global warming does NOT explain why I drove through sleet on the Brynderwyn Hills in August, 2011! It does not explain why my coleague drove through snow on the Bombay Hills the same day!
    Global warming is just another urban myth just as Y2K, Sars, Satanic Ritual Abuse, Yetis, and unicorns called “Bob” who piss Vodka….

    • bevanjs

      Don’t put y2k in there – a lot of geeks did a lot of work over a number of years at some significant cost to sort out a known man made problem…. media hype aside. It was a real issue that got sorted…. media hype aside.

      • Jack The Ladd

        Media hype aside… could be full of shit. No geek, or nerd or any cousin of them touch anything of mine AND, it all continued to function as advertised. Pray tell, what did your nerdy and geekie mates fix that saved the world ?… hype aside.

        • johnbronkhorst

          Y2K was a crock, Computers that weren’t upgraded…continued to work, systems with embedded chips….continued to work….NOTHING failed.

        • Jman

          The misreporting of the aftermath of Y2K as a complete non-event so why did we bother, was just as bad and overhyped as the misreporting of the impending disaster.

          People were falsely led to believe their PC’s wouldn’t work anymore so when they did, everyone declared the whole thing was a myth. Of course your Windows 98 PC wasn’t running any 1980’s era COBOL software like your bank or airline was using. If those industries had sat on their hands and done nothing, then maybe their would have been chaos. Declaring Y2k a crock after the fact just shows yourself up as ignorant.

      • Hazards001


      • worksux

        I’m still waiting for the 747 to land on me

      • I had a computer that was not Y2K compliant and the bloody thing still worked years later, without getting some geek in to fix it!

    • Hazards001

      Wait…the Bob unicorn that pisses vodka is myth? You fucking wrecker of dreams..

  • this is what they were working on. I knew there was going to be some NEW PHASE to the green house effect….um or is it global warming…or….climate change…

    what will they come up with to name THIS new piece of propaganda, i wonder?

  • Mr_V4

    This is an EXTREMELY important video. Seems the Greenies have been wrong for a long time.