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False. It has not been proven to me and writing letters to the President proves nothing.
This point has already been proven to you many many times with scientists writing letters to the president about it.
I notice that you have turned the debate away from Anthony Watts' strawman argument. Which is the actual topic.
But I do notice that you have turned the debate away from the theory of climate change caused by ocean oscillations.
I am familiar with her opinions.
Judith Curry is a climatologist and here is her testimony
Which theory? Cooling or oscillations? Oscillations are that, higher, lower, higher. The overall trend over the past 100 years has been higher. Even Dr. Curry says so in the source you linked:
you may not agree with it but you do have to admit that the theory is out there and it certainly tracks the last 120 years better than the theory of Co2 emissions.
No one questions that surface temperatures have increased overall since 1880
Saying that you are familiar with Judith Currie's opinions tells me NOTHING - which is how you usually respond to anything.
I posted a study showing that PDO tracks with global temperature changes for the last 120 years.
PDO indices based upon projections of observed North Pacific sst and slp patterns onto those shown in Figure 1. Index values are normalized for October to March averages. Solid red lines depict 5-year running average values for each index, respectively.
originally posted by: stormbringer1701
erm; you do realize austraila is doomed not because of global warming but because it is high-tailing it in the direction of india. It has moved out of oceanic and atmospheric currents that allowed for rain and cooler temps in the past. it is gonna get crispy and GW or AGW has nothing to do with it.
Adelaide is entering its fourth hot spell for the month which will ensure this December is the hottest in 129 years of records.
The average temperature will come in above 25 degrees (combining nights and days), more than three-and-a-half degrees warmer than the long-term norm. This is a half-a-degree hotter than the previous December record, set in 1897. This December is even about two degrees hotter than the average January and February, typically the hottest summer months.