Global Climate Progressively Cooling from 2500 B.C. to Now

More Global Cooling here.

h/t: Nuke’s


5 responses to “Global Climate Progressively Cooling from 2500 B.C. to Now

  1. Thank you for taking the time to look at my post. The lows do appear to be more significant than the highs. We could be in trouble if Algore gets his way.

  2. You’re welcome. The ManBearPig would be pure comedy gold if crazy stuff like LOST and Kyoto didn’t lurk out there waiting to impoverish every American for the sake of ManBearPig’s 100 million profit in the last seven years.

  3. The actual story is we don’t know. Climate sciences, research into historical data (e.g., temperture proxies) and climate dynamics, and development of climate models … all are in their early stages. It’s sad that the desire for fame, fortune, and political influence has tempted many scientists to bring their work onto the big stage before it is ready.

    For another site showing the messy stage — and real if slow progress — of climate science, see

  4. That’s a great site. That’s where the data came from earlier this year showing that Hanson’s temperature models (“proving” global warming) suffered from just about the only Y2K bug that made it through 1999 without getting caught.

    This even changed the results from 1998. How could that happen? Curious, isn’t it? Sounds like some unorthodox treatment of the data was going on. James Hanson has not fessed up to anything. This casts a pall on his reputation.

  5. Ah the ludic fallacy of theoretical “fact.”

    No matter, these guys know what they’re talking about. So why not give a go to artificial climatic influence. We could, perhaps, toss a few tons of iron particles into the oceans. That’ll make things better, won’t it? Of course it will. It’s all premised on “fact.”