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HadCrut3 Temperature Anomaly January 2009 February 19, 2009

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HadCrut3 Temperature Anomaly January 2009

( January 2008 to January 2009 )

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1. Neil Hampshire - February 19, 2009

This is Joe Romm’s view from Climate Progreess

“From January 2008 to January 2009, the planet warmed a remarkable 0.37°C (see data here). This is 20 times (!) the annual rate of warming in recent decades and 20 times what most climate models have projected we should be experiencing.”

2. Alec Rawls - February 23, 2009

Was Mr. Romm equally excited that HadCRUT3 fell .595°C from Jan07 to Jan08, making for global cooling of .225°C between Jan07 and Jan09? That is INFINITELY less warming (!) than predicted by the IPCC.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2008/02/19/

Sorry, but it is just ludicrous for anyone to point to the up-tick in 2008 as if it is confirmation of alarming global warming without noting that this uptick is a small wiggle on a larger and longer running down-tick. It’s like this guy is just trying to see how many idiots he can fool.

Bad behavior.

3. Douglas Hanes - February 15, 2010

What of Quig-Bin Lu’s 12-21-09 peer reviewed paper showing that CFC’s were the temperature driver and CO2 had virtually no impact. Haven’t see anyone even mention this and it is huge as CFC levels have been dropping since 2000 and will continue to do so for 50 more years. This seems to fit observations perfectly.


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