By Paul Homewood
Back in 2010, the Met Office had this to say about the halt in global warming.
Recent Met Office research investigated how often decades with a stable or even negative warming trend appeared in computer-modelled climate change simulations.
Jeff Knight, lead author on the research, says: “We found one in every eight decades has near-zero or negative global temperature trends in simulations. Given that we have seen fairly consistent warming since the 1970s, the odds of one in eight suggest the observed slowdown was due to happen.”
I wonder what the odds are for 17 years of no warming? I also wonder how much longer they will trot out the same excuse?
In the same report, they forecast:
Our decadal forecast predicts an end to this period of relative stability after 2010. We project at least half of…
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