The denial is consistent with all that warmist shrieking at the El Nino’s peak. The GWPF Observatory reports: Despite Denial, Global Temperatures Are Dropping Fast. All global temperature data sets (you can see a few of the graphs at that GWPF Observatory link) confirm that global temperature has fallen rapidly in the last few months as the recent El Nino ended. Dr David Whitehouse comments:
Over the last couple of years there have been many articles about how they have been record-breakers in global temperature. It’s often sold as a simple ‘the planet is getting warmer only because of us’ story … the concurrent El Nino was dismissed by some climate scientists as having an insignificant contribution to that record. However, there is a great deal of confusion and diversity in the assessment of its contribution. Some scientists maintain that it was the recent very strong El Nino that elevated the temperature to record levels.
So it’s over, people. The recent “record” temperatures were caused by natural variability, not man-made global warming. As you can see from the graphs, temperatures have returned to what they were before the El Nino. Notice how the so-called powerful man-made warming was easily engulfed by natural forces. It was no more than meagre.
But did you think we said global warming was finished? We only said the El Nino was over. Who knows about global warming? We’ll have to wait and see.
Here are two of those lying global data sets, for your convenience.
No more high temperatures — what good news! You do agree?
Some look to psychology to explain climate science’s poor communication. But when examining evidence, say for example a record of temperature, what psychological impulse is involved in accepting those observations over the contrary assertions of others? What psychology makes that credible? It looks to me less like a deficiency to be corrected than precisely that desire for truth we would, on all sides, declare for ourselves. That is of course manifested in speech. Science (which means knowledge)—is truth; psychology looks like speculation leavened with hope. Abuse, rancorous disparagement and dissembling are evil.