Can Thailand tell us anything about climate?

Thailand-5 As we can see, the waves has worn away the rocks and made a deep crack along the shoreline. That is not done “over night”, it takes time, hundreds and probably thousands of years. What does this crack tell us? Yes, the sea level is stable.

Another place was featured in the last video presentation by Dr Patrick Moore just posted online only a few days ago, watch the video here .. That is empirical observation made in nature, i.e evidence. But what is it evidence for? Ok, so the sea level are not rising in those two locations, or is the earth’s crusts moving in the same direction as the sea level?

That might be, but there hasn’t been any ice sheets covering these two locations, so it’s not very likely.

From The Daily Caller:  Scientist Ruthlessly Debunks One Of NOAA’s Central Climate Claims

“The bulk atmospheric temperature is where the signal is the largest,” Christy said in the hearing, referring to the greenhouse gas effect. “We have measurements for that — it doesn’t match up with the models.”

Satellite-derived temperatures have come under fire recently by scientists more alarmist about global warming than Christy, but the Alabama climatologist addressed those criticisms.

“Because this result challenges the current theory of greenhouse warming in relatively straightforward fashion, there have been several well-funded attacks on those of us who build and use such datasets and on the datasets themselves,” Christy said.

Climate models for the bulk atmosphere (where satellites measure temperature) show 2.5 times as much warming as has been observed by satellites and weather balloons.

“It is a bold strategy in my view to actively promote the output of theoretical climate models while attacking the multiple lines of evidence from observations,” Christy wrote. “Note that none of the observational datasets are perfect and continued scrutiny is healthy, but when multiple, independent groups generate the datasets and then when the results for two completely independent systems (balloons and satellites) agree closely with each other and disagree with the model output, one is left scratching one’s head at the decision to launch an offensive against the data.” Read John Christy’s full testimony ..

Ok, so now we have 3 pieces of evidence, 2 times no sea level rise, and no temperature rise.

How much evidence is required to disprove a hypothesis?



Global Sea Surface Temperatures Have Fallen Sharply …”Cooled Surprisingly” …Negative Global Temperature Anomaly By End Of 2016? Globalfalling

“The oceans (SST) have cooled surprisingly over January to February 2016.

While during other El Niño events like in 2015/16 led to a time-delayed warming of the Earth’s atmosphere – as was the case this year, the global oceans have decoupled themselves from this time-delayed warming and are showing a surprising significant cooling from January to February 2016 when compared to the powerful 1997/98 El Nino event ..”



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