Global Cooling is Here! Evidence for Predicting Global Cooling for the Next Three Decades

Source: ICECAP

By Professor Don Easterbrook, Western Washington University

In 2007-2008, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climatic Change (IPCC) and computer modelers who believe that CO2 is the cause of global warming still predict the Earth is in store for catastrophic warming in this century.  IPCC computer models have predicted global warming of 1F per decade and 5-6C (10-11F) by 2100, which would cause global catastrophe with ramifications for human life, natural habitat, energy and water resources, and food production. All of this is predicated on the assumption that global warming is caused by increasing atmospheric CO2 and that CO2 will continue to rise rapidly.

However, records of past climate changes suggest an altogether different scenario for the 21st century.  Rather than drastic global warming at a rate of 0.5C (1F) per decade, historic records of past natural cycles suggest global cooling for the first several decades of the 21st century to about 2030, followed by global warming from about 2030 to about 2060, and renewed global cooling from 2060 to 2090 (Easterbrook, D.J., 2005, 2006a, b, 2007, 2008a, b); Easterbrook and Kovanen, 2000, 2001).  Climatic fuctuations over the past several hundred years suggest ~30 year climatic cycles of global warming and cooling, on a general rising trend from the Little Ice Age.

Now a decade later, the global climate has not warmed 1F as forecast by the IPCC but has cooled slightly until 2007-08 when global temperatures turned sharply downward.  In 2008, NASA satellite imagery confirmed that the Pacific Ocean had switched from the warm mode it had been in since 1977 to its cool mode, similar to that of the 1945-1977 global cooling period. The shift strongly suggests that the next several decades will be cooler, not warmer as predicted by the IPCC.

Global warming (i.e, the warming since 1977) is over.  The minute increase of anthropogenic CO2 in the atmosphere (0.008%) was not the cause of the warming- it was a continuation of natural cycles that occurred over the past 500 years.

The PDO cool mode has replaced the warm mode in the Pacific Ocean, virtually assuring us of about 30 years of global cooling, perhaps much deeper than the global cooling from about 1945 to 1977.  Just how much cooler the global climate will be during this cool cycle is uncertain.  Recent solar changes suggest that it could be fairly severe, perhaps more like the 1880 to 1915 cool cycle than the more moderate 1945-1977 cool cycle.  A more drastic cooling, similar to that during the Dalton and Maunder minimums, could plunge the Earth into another Little Ice Age, but only time will tell if that is likely.  Read more here.

Okay, nothing to see here, just sign over your homes and lives, and those of your children to serve the new world environmental fascism that is the AGW myth. Hurry up about it, us elitists have a one world government to create.

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7 thoughts on “Global Cooling is Here! Evidence for Predicting Global Cooling for the Next Three Decades

  1. With reference to global warming which unfortunately so long as governments are considering Cap and Trade and CO2 taxes is still with us.

    There might be global warming or cooling but the important issue is whether we, as a human race, can do anything about it.

    There are a host of porkies and not very much truth barraging us everyday so its difficult to know what to believe.

    I think I have simplified the issue in an entertaining way on my blog which includes some issues connected with climategate and “embarrassing” evidence.

    In the pipeline is an analysis of the economic effects of the proposed emission reductions. Watch this space or should I say Blog

    Please feel welcome to visit and leave a comment.

    Cheers

    Roger

    PS The term “porky” is listed in the Australian Dictionary of Slang.( So I’m told.)

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  3. Whether the money was wasted is a matter of perspective. Hundreds of billions of taxpayers money being forcefully given to Big Pharma and large corporations.

    Where have I heard that before…

  4. They’ll never admit to getting it wrong. It will quietly go away and they’ll leave it at that. Do you remember the big furore over the hole in the Ozone layer and how we were supposed to be doomed? What happened with that? Do you remember the AIDS scare? Where billions of us would end up with that nasty virus. It didn’t happen (outside of sub Sahara African anyway). Billions were wasted on this scare.

  5. I’m not sure they will admit it. I’m reminded of those ads back in the day with scientists on tv telling everyone how healthy smoking tobacco is.

    Scientists aren’t incorruptable, just like every aspect of society. The problem is that they are automatically trusted by the unthinking, unblinking unwashed masses of stupid meat sacks calling themselves people.

    It’s part of the scientific dictatorship. The main research and development is funded by the state and massive trust funds (like the Rockefellers). They give out grants to scientists with preconditions.

    That they find a link between global warming and man-made carbon dioxide. Their control isn’t complete though.

    http://freebritain.wordpress.com/links-resources/

    Read the bottom links on there, scientists who still have a clear mind and aren’t on the gaia money bags bandwagon.

  6. Like it.

    I can’t believe how arrogantly the ‘scientists’ on TV talk about the accuracy of their models. They should tell us what they don’t know, as well as what they do (very little!). Everyone will be happy if they are wrong.

    At what point do you think they would / will admit their error?

    I’d like to think we could get some truthfulness out of scientists; a naïve notion perhaps. They still need funding. (They are still susceptible to the corrupting influence of money!)

    *sigh*

    I feel really depressed. Cynicism is exhausting!

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