Lord Monckton Foundation
Global Temperature Graph Series
(Actual vs Projected)
First in the Monthly Series
Graph HERE: April 2013
Global Warming this millennium is currently, barely significant!
Global cooling for 100 months: Satellite monthly global mean surface temperature anomalies (dark blue) from Remote Sensing Systems, Inc., and the University of Alabama at Huntsville for the 100 months January 2005 to April 2013 show a 0.3 Cº/century linear-regression cooling trend on the pale blue statistical insignificance interval, compared with the 2.3 Cº/century central projection of warming since 2005 in IPCC (2013: in press) based on the output of 34 climate models running under four radiative-forcing scenarios. The entire observed trend line is below the IPCC’s least projection of 1.1 Cº/century. The IPCC’s high-end projection of warming to 2050, equivalent to 3.6 Cº/century, already seems far-fetched. Image credit: Lord Monckton Foundation.