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    Quote Originally Posted by EternalOptimist View Post
    It's starting to look like In North America they had the refusal of the great lakes ice to melt, In Europe we had a cold July, Asia - freezing, Arctic - ice up, Antarctic - ice up, Australia - dismal and cold, South America - colder than normal.
    But from a global point of view, it seems to have been very warm.
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    “We Are Now Starting To See A Dramatic Cooling In The Arctic”, Says Former NOAA Meteorologist …”Extremely Cold” From 2025 To 2050!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EternalOptimist View Post
    It's starting to look like In North America they had the refusal of the great lakes ice to melt, In Europe we had a cold July, Asia - freezing, Arctic - ice up, Antarctic - ice up, Australia - dismal and cold, South America - colder than normal.
    But from a global point of view, it seems to have been very warm.
    The US Forestry Service is spending $100 million a week fighting wildfires, the acreage burning being at a record high, California has declared a state of emergency due to the fires and record drought, now in its fourth year.

    July temperatures in Australia were 0.41C above average, several locations setting new records for the month.

    Global ice extent has plummeted, in line with its long term trend, arctic ice set a new low in March and is on track to be the third lowest minimum on record (as I predicted this is described as a recovery).



    Cherries, dear boy. Try the big picture, most of the surface is ocean and the El Nino is still strengthening.

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    As I pointed out, it's cool where we have the thermometers and massively hot where we have none.
    No one is arguing about that.

    except the sattelites, obv. they are saying it's cool everywhere.
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    There are thousands of thermometers in the oceans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjclarke View Post
    The US Forestry Service is spending $100 million a week fighting wildfires, the acreage burning being at a record high, California has declared a state of emergency due to the fires and record drought, now in its fourth year.

    July temperatures in Australia were 0.41C above average, several locations setting new records for the month.

    Global ice extent has plummeted, in line with its long term trend, arctic ice set a new low in March and is on track to be the third lowest minimum on record (as I predicted this is described as a recovery).



    Cherries, dear boy. Try the big picture, most of the surface is ocean and the El Nino is still strengthening.


    So you clearly don't understand the EL Nino Oscillation cycle.
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    no need to post links or graphs pj

    you have the Grand mufti of Uganda behind you

    and that's good enough for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjclarke View Post
    So you don't understand the Pacific Decadal Oscillation or the Atlantic Multdecadal Oscillation.

    Climate cycles..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    So you don't understand the Pacific Decadal Oscillation or the Atlantic Multdecadal Oscillation.

    Climate cycles..
    I understand the definition of the word 'oscillation', also that both have been in negative or cool phase since the 1990s or earlier while the planet, not so much.
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