UAH August global temps
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Started by metmike - Sept. 3, 2023, 4:12 p.m.

I'm expecting this to be a record (using accurate instrumentation)  but haven't seen the UAH update yet.

By metmike - Sept. 3, 2023, 4:23 p.m.
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Media Ignores Story of Unjustified Retraction of a Climate Skeptical Paper Due to Bullying


    Mike Maguire


        September 3, 2023 1:10 pm


Thanks, Anthony!

Climate science was hijacked for numerous, self serving agenda’s. What we get instead,  is almost all activism, selling a manufactured climate crisis that supports those agendas!

. Mainstream climate science, now follows the ANTI scientific method.

Cherry picking all the extreme weather and disaster events, stamping out discussions about natural variation and photosynthesis and attributing it all to a beneficial gas which is greening the planet as well as  massively increasing food supplies and causing a scientific climate OPTIMUM for most life. 

If you show the authentic data or use the scientific method to try to inject numerous legit science realities into the discussion, they try to cancel/censor you and shun you.
Call you a denier to discredit you for using the scientific method.

Climate activism that teaches following settled/manufactured climate science religion.


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By WxFollower - Sept. 5, 2023, 11:44 a.m.
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Hey Mike,

 It appears the UAH did easily hit a new August record. I copied the following post from poster "bdgwx" at AmericanWx. Let me know if this post is accurate:

"UAH TLT came in at +0.69 C. It is the warmest August in their dataset by a long shot."


By metmike - Sept. 5, 2023, 12:09 p.m.
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Thanks a ton, Larry!

Actually, I was expecting it to be more than a record for just the month of August(it beat the previous August by a lot). I expected it to exceed the 2016 spike higher but it barely fell short of that..........for now.

At the start of the year, I predicted global temps getting to or above the 2016 high based on the El Nino late this year/early next year. Additional, unexpected(at the time) marine heat waves that suddenly developed earlier this year, added to the El Nino and have accelerated the atmospheric warming beyond what was expected 7-8 months ago.

The linear warming trend since January, 1979 now stands at +0.14 C/decade (+0.12 C/decade over the global-averaged oceans, and +0.19 C/decade over global-averaged land).

By WxFollower - Sept. 5, 2023, 11:21 p.m.
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Hey Mike,

 One alarmist at American, TheGlobalWarmer (who never replied to me by the way), said this this evening:

"At Burlington, the past 13 years (2010-2022) have averaged almost 4 degrees warmer than the 1961-1990 mean. The coldestyear of the past 13 is nearly 2 degrees warmer than the 1961-1990 average. Once 2023 (currently 2nd warmest on record) gets added into the mix, these numbers will go even higher!

The 1961-1990 averages were what was considered normal as recently as 2000 and 2001. The last 13, going on 14, years are now warmer than the late 20th century (1961-1990) climate of Albany, New York (mean: 47.5), and approaching that of Scranton, Pennsylvania (mean: 49.1). In just two decades, the climate of Burlington, Vermont has teleported hundreds of miles south and is now on par with a late 20th century climate of southern New York and northeast Pennsylvania. And I'm not playing games by comparing it with mountains at a lower latitude. I'm strictly using low elevation sites for a fair comparison.

I mean this is just incredible... the coldest June, August, September, and October of the past 13 years is warmer than the mean from 1961-1990. The coldest July of the past 13 years is just 0.2 degrees below the 1961-1990 mean, while the coldest December is only 0.6F cooler than the 1961-1990 mean. 

The lying press won't report this. You won't hear the news reporting that temperatures in lower elevations of Vermont are now comparable to what was considered normal in Pennsylvania just a couple decades ago. This is what a climate emergency looks like"

By metmike - Sept. 6, 2023, 12:28 p.m.
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Thanks much, Larry!

im betting his comments are related to the Northeast not having a hot Summerthis year.

that's great If he wants to cherry pick the Northeast stats, a place that has had much more warming than most of the planet In recent decades.

The Midwest has actually seen cooling during our Summers the last several decades, especially with suppressed daytime highs.

but we know why. A massive increase in vegetation from tightly packed rows of corn and the increase in evapotranspiration. The ultimate man made climate change. Mostly Beneficial climate change with more rains……except it causes an increase in humidity and a higher heat index That offsets some of  the lower daytime temps for humans.

the Midwest is very unique and does not represent the planet but it’s proof that each region is different and the massive increase in vegetative health, booming biosphere and photosynthesis are actually what is being hidden by the media and alarmists.

Theres very little discussion about CO2s role in photosynthesis.…’s biggest impact by far on this planet.

intentionally ignoring photosynthesis  is not objective science.

cherry picking the most extreme weather caused mostly  by natural variation is not objective science.

Doing that, is called fake climate crisis activism to sell a political position/agenda and is not objective scientifically nce and is not using the scientific method.

Weve superimposed almost  2 deg. F of warming on the planet from the increase in CO2. Most of it in the colder places And more in the coldest times of year.
extended growing seasons by over a week.

there’s a dozen other impacts mostly good but some bad. Objective science doesn’t only tell you the bad.

the perfect temp for most life was not the global temp from 100 years ago. Were getting closer to it.

The optimal level for CO2 for plants and most life is double the current level.

objective science would not hide that from us!

Its the biggest  part of the so called climate emergency that your alarmist friend posts about.