2016 NOT not the ‘warmest in a 1000 years’ – Video

2016 NOT not the ‘warmest in a 1000 years’ – Video

Contradicting the avalanche of propaganda.


Video presents proof that this is not the warmest year ever, and that what warming there has been is simply part of a natural cycle.

It’s a cycle, it’s a cycle, it’s a cycle.


It was warmer than it is now during the Medieval Warming Period around the world, in Antarctica, in Greenland, in the French Alps, in Peru, in China, etc., etc., etc.

medieval-warm-period-much-warmer-than-today

All this talk of ‘warmest year evah’ is just simply not true.

Thanks to Adoni for this video


7 thoughts on “2016 NOT not the ‘warmest in a 1000 years’ – Video”

  1. I keep running into people who are of the opinion that the internet has about as much credibility as the pornography posted on it. It is like people are programmed to believe the government and the MSM no matter what. The truth is a hard sell these days. We shouldn’t give up but most people will have to find out the hard way.

  2. The Marxists are getting desparate!! The world socialism club, AKA the UN won’t give up. It is a cause, without class envy they would have no reason to exist!

    • here it’s right-wingers who are making a fortune out of publicly subsidised windfarms in a country where 7% of the population owns 84 % of the wealth and even national parks are owned by publicly subsidised billionaires.

  3. The Medieval, Roman and Minoan Warm Periods are all a problem for the warmists as they show it has been as or warmer than it is today. Why do you think Mikey and his tree ringers put so much effort into trying to make them disappear. Where there has been shrinkage of glaciers during the Modern Warm period, and evidence that they have been at this point before doesn’t help them either. They have even fiddled the figures to make the 1998 El Nino shrink to try to show that this 2015-6 was even bigger. They are desperate to get 55% signup to Paris to try to claim it to be a treaty with enforcement.

  4. Notice the dips in the last chart above, each one are a Solar Grand minimum dip in temperature.
    The Dark Ages Cooling is the AD600 Grand Minimum coupled with three T6/7 volcanic eruptions.
    Oort minimum 1040 – 1080
    Wolf minimum 1280 – 1350
    Spörer Minimum 1450 – 1550
    Maunder Minimum 1645 -1715 coupled with the Laki T6 basalt flood eruption.
    Dalton Minimum 1790 – 1820
    Glessberg Minimum 1880 – 1914
    Each minimum has a significantly reduced EUV output from the Sun and a corresponding increase in Meridional Jet Streams which push vast quantities of warm, water vapour into High latitudes, and correspondingly cold polar plunge’s of air into low latitudes temperate/tropical regions.
    Australia and the Middle east are far wetter during Grand Minimum periods, that wet cool climate can only now be seen and felt.

  5. http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2016/EGU2016-12868.pdf
    Geophysical Research Abstracts
    Vol. 18, EGU2016-12868, 2016
    EGU General Assembly 2016
    © Author(s) 2016. CC Attribution 3.0 License.
    Quantifying magnitude and frequency of recent extreme floods using a
    600 year lake sediment record from the UK
    Richard Chiverrell (1), David Sear (2), Jeff Warburton (3), Daniel Schillereff (4), and Neil Macdonald (1)
    (1) University of Liverpool, Environmental Sciences, Geography, Liverpool, United Kingdom (rchiv@liv.ac.uk), (2)
    Geography & Environment University of Southampton Highfield Southampton, SO17 1BJ, (3) Department of Geography
    Durham University Lower Mountjoy South Road Durham DH1 3LE UK, (4) Department of Geography King’s College
    London, King’s Building, Strand, London WC2R 2LS
    Flooding in northwest England has been reconstructed from the coarse grained units preserved in lake sediment sequences at Bassenthwaite Lake, a record that includes the floods of December 2015 (Storm Desmond) and November 2009 and shows they were the most extreme in over 600 years. The inception and propagation of a lake sediment flood event horizon in the aftermath of the December 2015 storms in the UK will be explored. Linking our new sediment palaeoflood series to river discharges, the first assessment of flood frequency and magnitude based on lake sediments for the UK, shows that recent disastrous flooding in northern England was more extreme than revealed by standard hydrological approaches, making these events the rarest (Recurrence Interval >1:10000 years) ever recorded in the UK. Particle size characteristics of flood laminations, after correction for variations in the stability of catchment sediment sources, were correlated on a hydrodynamic basis with recorded river flows.
    The particle size flood record is underpinned by a robust chronology to CE1420 derived from radionuclide (Pb210, Am241, and Cs137) dating and correlation to the rich history of metal (Pb, Zn, Ba and Cu) mining in the catchment accurately recorded in the sediment geochemistry. The sediment palaeoflood series reveals five flood rich periods (CE 1460-1500, 1580-1680, 1780-1820, 1850-1925, 1970-present), and these correspond with positive phases of reconstructed winter NAOI and other Atlantic circulation patterns. The hydro-climatology of the extreme events (top 1% of floods) in our series, show that 67% of floods have occurred in the 21st Century during a period of prolonged warmer northern Hemisphere temperatures and positive NAOI winter index. Climate model ensemble outputs for the Northern hemisphere forecast increased frequency and magnitude of positive NAOI, and warmer air temperatures; we infer from this that there will also be an increase in the frequency of extreme floods and flooding in general with concomitant impacts on communities and infrastructure.
    Comment:
    Quote: The sediment palaeoflood series reveals five flood rich periods (CE 1460-1500, 1580-1680, 1780-1820, 1850-1925, 1970-present)
    I have added some more detail to the above:
    (CE 1460-1500 – Sporer Minimum, 1580-1680 end Sporer and Maunder minimum, 1780-1820 Dalton , 1850-1925 Glessberg, 1970-present Sc20 and SC24-SC25).
    Why the interest, Rain matters before Snow, these weather events are in fact driven by Meridional Jet Stream coupled with the Polar front which is parked over most of the High land of The UK in a North Westerly direction, due to a blocking high over Western Europe.
    Notice also the 10 year lag the authors 1970 to Present should read 1970 to 1985 and from 2008 to present day.
    Although this is Western Europe it equally applies to the North Western Coast of Canada and Alaska with their South Westerly prevailing winds.

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