We called this. We called this a long long time ago. As soon as the warming paused and kept pausing and they had to change the name of their religion from Global Warming to Climate Change, we KNEW they would eventually backpeddle on CO2 and here it is.
While he continues to push the global warming theory, Dr. Kevin Cowtan acknowledges many things that so called “deniers” have been pointing out right from the beginning.
First in this video, this gentleman acknowledges the pause, (which they’ve denied for so many years), then he goes on to explain there are other factors which control our climate (again, exactly what all of us skeptics have been saying the entire time), he also admits that the computer models failed to take into account other factors and then, he makes the astounding statement that climate scientists never claimed that CO2 is the only thing that is controlling the changes in climate. Yes…..they…..have. And that is EXACTLY what the devout faithful members of this new religion have been relying on in every single argument ever made regarding this giant hoax.
Watching this guy try to explain all of the contradictions in the Anthropogenic Global Warming theory is enough to make your head spin. He states that there are no weather stations in the Arctic to monitor temperatures, which is why the Met Office and NOAA don’t include the arctic in their global temperature calculations, but THEN he states that the Arctic is warming faster than ever. It’s hard to decide if this is another Onion article / video or if this guy really believes the convoluted crap he’s spewing.
Decide for yourself…..
Recent Slowdown in Warming Makes Sense
Accuweather — October 5, 2015
Dr. Kevin Cowtan, who is a senior research fellow from the University of York (UK) made an excellent short video earlier this year explaining why the recent slowdown in global warming actually makes sense.
I highly recommend watching this short video. Courtesy of the University of Queensland (AU) and YouTube.
Cowtan explains that climate models do not take into account the shorter term natural phenomena such as ENSO, volcanic eruptions, air pollution and solar output.
During the most recent slow-down a majority of these phenomena had a cooling influence on the planet. Continue reading and to watch video click here…..