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No. It is a matter of definitions, not semantics.
(Cue some BS about the difference between weather and climate, which was developed based on semantics and the need for a quick way to dismiss skeptics.)
originally posted by: Robotswilltakeover
There seems to be a denial of the facts. Earth is cooling, not warming. The sea levels are rising slower & slower, and will likely get get lower as the poles and glaciers continue to gain record ice. Supposed "scientists" have been corrupting data to attempt to "prove" to the public that global warming is real, and we should all submit to the government's carbon taxes, because the only way to "save the planet" is by turning all 1st world countries into 3rd world countries. If you still believe in global warming, you are in denial of global cooling.
Here are some of the latest examples of global cooling caused by "global warming" caused by "greenhouse gases":
ANYONE WHO DENIES GLOBAL COOLING IS DENYING SCIENCE!
Winter 2015 temperatures for Australia as a whole were actually above the long-term average, continuing the trend which has seen only two below average seasons since 2000 (Table 1). The national average winter temperature was 0.8 °C above the 1961–90 reference period (Figure 1), making it the ninth warmest winter on record. While these values are drawn from the Bureau’s carefully homogenised 100 station temperature data set, the same findings follow from using the entire Bureau network of nearly 700 temperature stations.
ts interesting seeing maps of glaciers during interglacials and recent cold spells caused by polar vortices. Ice core datasuggests that ice ages can switch on within a year, which if reoccurred today, it result in mass hunger from failing crops. Clearly the IPCC warming trend is preferable (Roman and Minoan warming periods were perhaps 1ºc warmer than now) to another ice age.