Climate facts, fiction, deniers and liars

Google Chairman, Eric Schmidt, is attending the Bilderberg meeting in Watford this year, colluding with bankers, politicians, industrialists, spooks, royalty, media and academics to shape the world to maximise profits and accumulate yet more power. According to the Register, Schmidt told Google's  "How Green Is the Internet? Summit" in Mountain View on Thursday. "You can lie about the effects of climate change, but eventually you'll be seen as a liar." He goes on to explain how the internet can play a part in reducing humanity's carbon footprint. At Google, he said, people fact-check what they're told, especially if what they hear doesn't sound quite right. "Can you imagine if climate-change discussions were run that way?" he asked.

So let's consider the facts. According to the latest satellite data, the global temperature anomaly at the end of May 2013 was 0.07°C above average global temperatures for the period 1981 - 2010. This is in contrast to 73 climate model predictions ranging from +0.4°C to +1.5°C and averaging +1°C. Over the same period CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere have risen from c. 340 parts per million (ppm) to around 400ppm. Clearly there is no correlation, let alone causal evidence of CO2 driving temperatures contrary to what all the models predict and on which climate change/global warming alarmism is based. Time for Schmidt to do some fact checking for himself.

 

The lines represent the 73 model predictions

Green circles represent the average of 4 weather balloon data sets

Blue squares represent the average of 2 satellite data sets

The full size graph and explanation is available here:

STILL Epic Fail: 73 Climate Models vs. Measurements, Running 5-Year Means

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