Global warming, long term

…the global warming trend in the 17 years 9 months since August 1996 is zero. The 212 months without global warming represents more than half the 423-month satellite data record, which began in January 1979.

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewWhat is a mystery to me is how the “climate change” wackos explain (or reconcile) the coming (global cooling) and going (global warming) of the last Ice Age which occurred during the last years of the Pleistocene, from approximately 110,000 to 12,000 years ago.

That was a good while before the industrial revolution. Climate change? Sure. Anthropogenic? You gotta be shittn’ me.

Sure, your ocean front property might disappear–but you shouldn’t be concerned unless you have 120,000 years to hang around and wait for it.

Politicians like Barack Obama use the global warming idea to curtail people’s liberties. They look for a future in which no person, save a law-enforcement officer, an active-duty military service member, or a privileged person like themselves (or their chauffeurs), would so much as come within ten feet of a private automobile. That alone makes a population far easier to control.

The Essence of Liberty: Volume I: Liberty and History: The Rise and Fall of the Noble Experiment with Constitutionally Limited Government (Liberty and ... Limited Government) (Volume 1)The Essence of Liberty: Volume II: The Economics of Liberty (Volume 2)The Essence of Liberty: Volume III: A Universal Philosophy of Political Economy (Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic) (Volume 3)Follow the money while you keep in mind that government bureaucrats (including publically funded “scientists”) are humans (evil, but humans never-the-less) and, as such, are motivated just like the rest of us—e.g. by their own self-interest. – jtl,419

By Terry A. Hurlbut via Conservative News and Views

Earth during the Ice AgeThe Blizzard of 2015 introduces a paradox into the global warming debate. It actually shows where global warming comes from. Global warming did not start with industrialization. It started long ago, at the peak of the Ice Age. The causes lie in and under the earth itself. And no act or policy of humanity started it, or can stop it.

Scientists confuse the global warming debate

A certain group of scientists have pushed the global warming  idea more strenuously than others. These men – Phil Jones, Michael Mann, Keith Briffa, Kevin Trenberth, and NASA’s own Jim Hansen – made their names household names. Sadly they did so by exaggerating, not so much the problem as the role of humankind in it. They sought to accuse humanity, and more particularly its captains of industry, of wrecking the planet for their own short-term gain. So they tried to suggest a planet-wide disaster would befall the earth in their lifetimes. Hence Michael Mann’s hockey stick, Phil Jones’ use of “Mike’s Nature trick” to “hide the decline,” and Kevin Trenberth’s near-scream about the “travesty” that he and others couldn’t show a warming trend. And pieces like this in The New York Times, from 7 February 2014, actually talking of “the end of snow.”

A Handbook for Ranch ManagersPlanned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualAccording to the RSS satellite data, whose value for April 2014 is just in, the global warming trend in the 17 years 9 months since August 1996 is zero. The 212 months without global warming represents more than half the 423-month satellite data record, which began in January 1979. No one now in high school has lived through global warming. Source: Christopher, Viscount Monckton of Brenchley.

TNo global warming for 17 years and 9 monthshey and other scientists did worse than exaggerate. They suppressed any opinion different from theirs. That stunted the debate. And it still does.

They also let a certain class of politician, and ironically another class of business magnate, to use them for their own ends. Politicians like Barack Obama use the global warming idea to curtail people’s liberties. They look for a future in which no person, save a law-enforcement officer, an active-duty military service member, or a privileged person like themselves (or their chauffeurs), would so much as come within ten feet of a private automobile. That alone makes a population far easier to control. And business magnates like Rajendra Pachauri use the global warming idea for the business equivalent of such power-seeking: rent-seeking. They seek to force people to buy or rent their energy from them. (To his credit, Dr. Hansen recommends developing another source of concentrated energy, namely nuclear. He runs at odds with his fellows by graciously allowing the laypeople access to any sort of concentrated energy.)

Combat Shooter's Handbook The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsMembers of both groups must limit the supply of energy. Hence the stalling on the Keystone XL Pipeline, and the latest initiative to stop development of fossil-fuel resources in Alaska. The goal: leave the oil and natural gas in the ground. There it can benefit no one, and contribute to the liberty of no one.

All these things fuel skepticism. Worse for the global warming alarmists, they use short-term time frames to influence debate. So other scientists can oppose them with ridiculous ease. Including Christopher, Viscount Monckton of Brenchley. He wrote this piece showing no global warming has occurred in the last seventeen years and nine months.

But neither Lord Monckton nor Drs. Jones, Mann, Briffa, Trenberth, or Hansen have the real answer. None of them are thinking long-term. That’s one reason they missed the real global warming trend.

The long-term global warming trend

Walter T. Brown, of the Center for Scientific Creation, tells us of the real global warming trend. It runs for a far longer term: four thousand years or more, not barely a quarter of a millennium.

The warming trend happened after a severe cold snap. We call that cold snap the Ice Age. Brown explains:

The global flood produced the special conditions that caused the Ice Age: temporarily cold continents and warm oceans. [See pages 110146.] Crashing hydroplates at the end of the flood crushed and thickened continents and buckled up the earth’s major mountains, making the continents temporarily higher and, consequently, colder than they are today. Also, after the flood, oceans were warmer than today, primarily because so much magma spilled onto the floor of the Pacific Ocean. Warm oceans produced extensive evaporation and precipitation, which on the cold continents resulted in extreme snowfall rates that built up glaciers. Heavy cloud cover and volcanic dust further cooled the continents.

That happened fifty-three hundred years ago. The Blizzard of 2015 gives a small taste of what the Ice Age must have been like, and how it came about. A low-pressure cell over a warm ocean, brings moist air over cold land. The moisture precipitates out as snow. (That snow is falling now, at time of posting.) The lands did start to warm the minute the first glaciers started to retreat. But the oceans have their own source of heat: the magma immediately deep to the Pacific Basin. That same magma breaks out in the volcanoes that dot the Pacific Ocean, and form elsewhere. (Consider Mount Vesuvius in southern Italy, and Aetna, that now spell Etna, on Sicily.) And it has warmed the ocean enough to produce storms like the one that now will dump at least three feet of snow on Boston, Mass., and its suburbs, among other places.

Porter Fox at The New York Times wrote of an end of snow. He ought to have considered what global warming, from an ocean source, would really do. Not an end of snow. An excess of snow.

But this warming does something else. It liberates the carbon dioxide in the earth’s oceans. That, and not our smokestacks and tailpipes, produced the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. And more: water vapor, not carbon dioxide, will trap the most heat from sunlight.

Where is the case against humankind?

Before one person can complain of another in a court of law, he must have standing to complain. Standing has three essential elements:

  1. Injury in fact,
  2. That you can blame on the person(s) you’re complaining of, and
  3. That someone in authority can do something about, or order someone else to do.

In global warming, certain people have an injury in fact. But by calling it anthropogenic, they tried to blame it on human industry and suggest a drastic remedy: de-industrialization. But global warming has run a course far longer than merely since the Industrial Revolution. One cannot blame it on one’s fellow human beings. Nor can one’s fellow human beings do anything to stop it.

That does not necessarily mean humans can do nothing to cope with it. Sadly, they can’t stop it or even slow it down. As Brown told CNAV this evening,

If you’re looking for any long-term investment, don’t invest in beachfront property.

Such property will suffer the greatest damage, then slip beneath the waves.

The scam about global warming was never whether it was happening, but whether one could blame humankind for it.

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3 Responses to Global warming, long term

  1. Bill Butler says:

    The reason that the phrases “Anti-science” and ”Global Warming Deniers” are used is that the “Anti-science Deniers” ignore demonstrable evidence, and fabricate stories and “facts” that are not true.

    For example, the claim
    “the global warming trend in the 17 years 9 months since August 1996 is zero.”
    is a LIE and anyone making this claim is a LIAR.

    People who claim that global warming has stopped are living in an alternate reality that is detached from real world observations.

    Despite the fantasies of Global Warming Deniers, the earth continues to warm at the rate of 4 Hiroshima atomic bombs per second – running 24/7 – including the years from 1998 to present.
    http://www.skepticalscience.com/4-Hiroshima-bombs-worth-of-heat-per-second.html
    This measured/observed warming rate is via the Argo buoy system. http://www.argo.ucsd.edu/About_Argo.html

    2005 was warmer than any previous year. Then 2010 broke the 2005 record. And 2014 just set another new record high. Data at:
    NOAA/National Climate Data Center
    https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/monitoring-references/faq/anomalies.php

    2012 was the warmest year on record for the United States.
    http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/news/ncdc-announces-warmest-year-record-contiguous-us

    Sea level continues to rise due to thermal expansion and glacial melting. The rate of sea level rise has quadrupled since the 1870 to 1924 period.
    Columbia University
    http://www.columbia.edu/~mhs119/SeaLevel/

    “So-called “nuisance flooding” — which causes public inconveniences such as frequent road closures, overwhelmed storm drains, and compromised infrastructure — has increased on all three U.S. coasts, between 300 and 925 percent since the 1960s”
    http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2014/20140728_nuisanceflooding.html

    Glaciers continue to melt, and the rate of melting has accelerated since 1998.
    World Glacier Monitoring Service
    http://www.wgms.ch/mbb/sum13.html

    Ocean heating has accelerated sharply since 1998. (Note: Over 90% of Global Warming ends up heating the oceans.)
    Graph at:

    Full peer reviewed paper at:
    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/grl.50382/full
    Up to date info at:
    NOAA/National Oceanographic Data Center
    http://www.nodc.noaa.gov/OC5/3M_HEAT_CONTENT/ (click on “2”)

    Finally, temperature anomalies at all 4 primary temperature databases and the UAH satellite observations are currently setting new record highs. (Updated thru Dec. 2014) 2014 was the warmest year on record as measured by GISS, NOAA/NCDC, HadCRUT4, and Japan Meteorological Agency.



    http://ds.data.jma.go.jp/tcc/tcc/products/gwp/temp/ann_wld.html

    Summary

    The actual observations show that global warming didn’t stop in 1998. What is happening is that a few Global Warming Deniers fabricated a story, and the other members of the Global Warming Denier cult continue to demonstrate their willful ignorance by repeating the same false story.

    More at:
    http://www.durangobill.com/GwdLiars/GwdGlobalWarmingStoppedIn1998.html

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    • Dear Bill, with all due (due is the operative word) you are a stupid, libtard asshole. For several reasons:
      1) putting up a stupid post like yours on an libertarian site and
      2) posting such a long post.; Nobody ever reads long posts in this media.

      You called us liars and we know that it is really the likes of you who are the liars, so we might as well quit wasting our time. Nothing we say is going to sway the likes of you and nothing the likes of you say is going to sway us.

      Seeing as how private property rights are the fundamental issue, and seeing as how you oppose private property rights, and seeing as how this little blog space is private property, and seeing as how private property owners have an inalienable right to do with their property what they choose, any other posts from you will go directly to the trash bin.

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