Temperatures for last two months well below same period of 1998 El Niño.
Interesting to see how the fraud squad over at the ministry’s of truth – NASA & NOAA – will report the sharp decline in atmospheric temps, post El Niño.
By Paul Homewood
RSS have now published their May data, showing a big month on month fall of 0.23C, an even bigger drop than UAH.
Temperatures are now back to below December levels.
Comparison shows that temperatures for the last two months are well below the same period in 1998. Given the continuing and rapid drop in Nino region SSTs since November, lower troposphere temperatures are likely to fall much more in coming months, even before the onset or otherwise of any La Nina.
What other falsehoods are environmental activists like Tim Flannery and complicit media – ABC, Fairfax, The Age, BBC, CNN etc etc, willing to spread in order to push their ever-dangerous global warming agenda?
I say dangerous, as this particular incident of blatant climate change alarmism endagers Australia’s international reputation, especially its tourist industry and the livelihoods of the good people who are employed in the region.
Who will be made accountable or held responsible for the blatant lies, exaggeration of data and wreckless alarmism? No one, of course. Because again, the worst any Reef or climate change alarmist can ever be accused of is an excess of virtue, in order to “Save the planet”.
Good news. And a tacit admission that ‘unreliable’ energy alternatives, wind and solar, simply cannot supply affordable, efficient and reliable baseload power.
Guest essay by Eric Worrall
The Scientific American reports increasing interest in using nuclear power to lower US CO2 emissions – but Presidential wannabe Bernie Sanders has vowed to decommission all US nuclear power plants.
The Nuclear Option Could Be Best Bet to Combat Climate Change
To cut CO2 pollution, experts argue for nuclear power.
Many analysts are now calling not just to preserve existing nuclear power plants, but to invest in new designs to help fight climate change. “A new round of innovation for nuclear reactors would be quite important,” said Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz last month.
Across the United States, nuclear provides 20 percent of all electricity and more than 60 percent of greenhouse gas-free electricity. But some plants have already shut down ahead of schedule, and others may do so, as well, not because of environmental opposition but because…
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