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    Wow, all my Christmases have come at once. I didn't realise there was another 'no global warming' thread. However a quick scan shows that it is the same old, same old argument. Seriously Father what are trying to achieve on this forum? We believe what we believe, you believe something else.

    There is as much chance of me seeing Santa standing in the snow on the roof of my house tonight, as there is of anything useful coming out of your graphs.

    Wishing you all a Merry Christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirst33 View Post
    Isn't it a broad comment to claim that warming hasn't happened for 17 years because of a FEW reports/observations in conflict with a MAJORITY of reports/observations? Hmmmmm....

    FYI: still in my ignore bliss.
    Not at all. All temperature datasets have shown (are currently showing) that there has been no warming for well over a decade.
    It is a fact. One that many find it hard to swallow, despite it being apparently good news.
    Maybe you can tell me which global temperature dataset does not show a 'pause' in warming. There are several datasets. I am happy to provide the exact length of time of 'no warming' for each if you would like me to.
    Just let me know.

    Merry Christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Father View Post
    Not at all. All temperature datasets have shown (are currently showing) that there has been no warming for well over a decade.
    It is a fact. One that many find it hard to swallow, despite it being apparently good news.
    Maybe you can tell me which global temperature dataset does not show a 'pause' in warming. There are several datasets. I am happy to provide the exact length of time of 'no warming' for each if you would like me to.
    Just let me know.

    Merry Christmas.
    She can't see your comments F. Merry Xmas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Father View Post
    But humans are not the only contributing factor to climate change.
    No one said we were the only reason for climate change. I am fairly sure that everyone here did 5th grade science.

    Father, why is it you think you are so much cleverer than the rest of us? We don't come to the same conclusion you do after reading the same studies as you, therefore we don't "get" science. Interesting, but I must say, it says more about you than anyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Father View Post
    It is a fact.
    I do not think this means what you think it means.

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    Here is a good collection of failed predictions vs the actual observations from 2013. It covers everything from sea ice to tornadoes. The author asks a good question at the end.
    Can anyone cite a CAGW prediction that was accurate in 2013?
    http://wattsupwiththat.com/2014/01/0...c/#more-100435

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    Should we change 'global warming' to 'Australian warming'? Shouldn't Australia be cooling because we have a carbon tax? The rest of the world doesn't, and they aren't warming.


 

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