Where d'it go? (global warming)

There's been no evidence of rising global temperatures for over 18 years now - in 2009 the Climategate emails revealed, even back then, the paleoclimatic scientists behind the fraudulent hockeystick graph were agonising over the lack of warming:  "The fact is that we can’t account for the lack of warming at the moment and it is a travesty that we can’t." - Kevin Trenberth. At that time, we were told that 10 years' data were not enough but that 15 years of "no warming" would be needed to invalidate the models (and consequently the CAGW theory). Predictably, the goal posts keep moving.

The Global Warming Pause Explained (26 minute video)
Fact: the RSS global mean temperature anomaly dataset shows a least-squares linear regression trend of 0.0C from February 1997 to October 2015. But what does this really mean? And what is the significance of this global warming pause? Join me in today's Thought For The Day as we explore this question. - James Corbett

If environmentalists are serious about "saving the  planet" they should worry less about "climate change" and focus on the real drivers of environmental destruction. Over-use of resources, ecological destruction and pollution are all symptoms of a diseased economy and you can't cure disease by treating symptoms.

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