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Global Warming Downgraded to Sultry Afternoon


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It’s a consensus!
Scientists this week downgraded global warming from cataclysmic disaster to an occasional sultry afternoon.
Canada Free Press reported:

Global warming is likely to be less extreme than claimed, researchers said yesterday. The most likely temperature rise will be 1.9C (3.4F) compared with the 3.5C predicted by the Intergovern­mental Panel on Climate Change. The Norwegian study says earlier predictions were based on rapid warming in the Nineties. But Oslo University’s department of geosciences included data since 2000 when temperature rises “levelled off nearly completely”.—John Ingham, Daily Express, 26 January 2013.

The Earth’s mean temperature rose sharply during the ­Nineties. This may have caused us to overestimate climate sensitivity. We are most likely witnessing natural fluctuations in the climate system – changes that can occur over several decades – and which are coming on top of a long-term warming.——Professor Terje Berntsen,University of Oslo, 24 January 2013.

These results are truly sensational. If confirmed by other studies, this could have far-reaching impacts on efforts to achieve the political targets for climate.—Caroline Leck,Stockholm University, 25 January 2013.

But that won’t stop Barack Obama and Democrats from wasting billions more on green energy junk science projects.

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Global Warming Downgraded to Sultry Afternoon


It’s a good thing Al cashed in when he did.

It’s a consensus!
Scientists this week downgraded global warming from cataclysmic disaster to an occasional sultry afternoon.
Canada Free Press reported:

Global warming is likely to be less extreme than claimed, researchers said yesterday. The most likely temperature rise will be 1.9C (3.4F) compared with the 3.5C predicted by the Intergovern­mental Panel on Climate Change. The Norwegian study says earlier predictions were based on rapid warming in the Nineties. But Oslo University??s department of geosciences included data since 2000 when temperature rises ??levelled off nearly completely?.??John Ingham, Daily Express, 26 January 2013.

The Earth??s mean temperature rose sharply during the ­Nineties. This may have caused us to overestimate climate sensitivity. We are most likely witnessing natural fluctuations in the climate system ?? changes that can occur over several decades ?? and which are coming on top of a long-term warming.????Professor Terje Berntsen,University of Oslo, 24 January 2013.

These results are truly sensational. If confirmed by other studies, this could have far-reaching impacts on efforts to achieve the political targets for climate.??Caroline Leck,Stockholm University, 25 January 2013.

But that won’t stop Barack Obama and Democrats from wasting billions more on green energy junk science projects.

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Jim Hoft is the proprietor of Gateway Pundit Blog from the heart of America-- St. Louis, Missouri.  He is also a guest-blogger for HUMAN EVENTS.com.

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