You are talking about something completely different. I am talking about the warming (or lack thereof) trend for the last 16 years. You are talking about which years were the hottest.
I'm sorry. But that is not proof.
I'll say it yet again. During the last 10 years, I have been taller on average than I was the previous 10 years. Am I wrong to say that I have stopped growing?
Kirst33 - can you tell me how much the Earth has warmed since 1998? That question has an answer. It is numerical. I am not asking what the hottest year is/was.
There is more to climate change than how hot it is.
You need to read Skeptical Science.
Amazing! Those are very important words if you have any understanding of statistics.While the trend is not statistically significant, the central value is positive, meaning the average surface temperature has most likely warmed over this period.
Your second link does not show that there has been warming. It is merely trying to make it look like it is not important. Despite none of the models predicting the 'no warming' period.
I'll say it again. There has been no statistically significant warming for the last 16 years.
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