SPPI Monthly CO2 Report: April

By | May 11, 2009

 april co2 report

 

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Edited by Christopher Monckton

[Illustrations, footnotes and references available in PDF version]  

 

Contents:

Five years’ ocean cooling disproves models
Five years’ global ocean cooling: reality yet again disobeys models
The cooling Northern Hemisphere: March 2009 vs. 1998-2006
CO2 concentration is rising, but still well below IPCC predictions
IPCC predicts rapid, exponential CO2 growth that is not occurring
The 29-year global warming trend is just 2.5 °F (1.5 °C) per century
A long downtrend: 8 years’ global cooling at 1.8 °F (1 °C) / century
No correlation between CO2 concentration and temperature
Sea level: Gore’s “Armageddon scenario” is not occurring
Arctic sea-ice extent is at an eight-year record high for late April
Antarctic sea-ice extent is at its third-greatest since records began
The regular “heartbeat” of global sea-ice extent: steady for 30 years
Hurricane, typhoon, & tropical cyclone activity are at a record low
Population growth, not ‘global warming,’ increases hurricane losses
The prolonged solar minimum continues, with very few sunspots
Are we heading for a Maunder Minimum and a frozen Thames?
How data revisionism prolongs a dying scare
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