New Study Confirms: The Warming ‘Pause’ Is Real And Revealing 

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GWPF Science Editor Dr David Whitehouse takes a close look at some recent developments in the long-running global temperature ‘pause’ controversy.

A new paper has been published in the Analysis section of Nature called Reconciling controversies about the ‘global warming hiatus.’ It confirms that the ‘hiatus’ or ‘pause’ is real. It is also rather revealing.

It attempts to explain the ‘Pause’ by looking into what is known about climate variability. They say that four years after the release of the IPCC AR5 report, which contained much about the ‘hiatus’ it is time to see what can be learned.

One could be a little sarcastic in saying why would Nature devote seven of its desirable pages to an event that some vehemently say never existed and maintain its existence has been disproved long ago.

Now, however, as the El Nino spike of the past few years levels off, analysing the…

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One Response to New Study Confirms: The Warming ‘Pause’ Is Real And Revealing 

  1. Len Rosen says:

    As I read this report in full I realized that it was a product of the GWPF, a Conservative-dominated think tank, and foundation that has throughout its existence questioned the science of climate change. Reading how it interprets climate data should be at the back of mind when examining its “hiatus” claim. When measuring mean global temperature and whether it has risen, stayed even or possibly fallen, one needs to look at the entire picture from the equator to the poles. Selective data points to prove an argument is bad science.

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