New Study Questions Manmade Global Warming
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Started by JP - Jan. 11, 2019, 1:25 p.m.

 In a new study published in the journal Climate of the Past, a team of geophysicists at UMass Amherst have reconstructed the highest resolution temperature record for New England, stretching back 900 years to the Middle Ages. The temperature data set gives new insight into the climate in Northeastern U.S. – but what is conspicuously absent is any trace of manmade global warming.

Manmade global warming just not so?

By metmike - Jan. 11, 2019, 1:39 p.m.
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Thanks JP,

While this is just one small region of the planet and one study that should not get any more weighting than the thousands of other studies, it goes to show, once again that the "Science is settled"  "Debate is over" group that is trying to shut down science from "deniers" like me that contradict their science(which is really just computer generated simulations of the atmosphere going out 100 years) not practicing the authentic scientific method.

The scientific method compels the scientist to test their theories using empirical data and observations.  In the event that they don't match, the data ALWAYS wins and the theory always gets adjusted..............always!

Since climate change/science is more political than science, the theory is NOT getting adjusted via the scientific method.

EPIC FAIL: 73 Climate Models vs. Observations for Tropical Tropospheric Temperature

Dr Spencer: Now, in what universe do the above results not represent an epic failure for the models?