Time Running Out For Global Warming Hoaxsters… 7 New Studies Show Large Parts Of Globe Cooling!

Recently I wrote about 7 signs showing that the earth has been cooling and likely will continue to cool.

To back this up, Kenneth Richards commented in a reply that this year has seen 7 new peer-reviewed papers that show us that the earth’s surface temperature at the poles and elsewhere has been cooling since about a decade. What’s worrisome is that the southern hemisphere surface is mostly ocean.

Eastern North Atlantic cooling since 2010

The first paper is Gladyshev et al., 2017  which states in its abstract that there’s been “a sharp and stable freshening and cooling of SPMWs [Subpolar Mode Water] in the eastern part of the North Atlantic since 2010 . In the years 2010–2016, the mean temperature of the SPMW [Subpolar Mode Water] core in the Rockall Trough dropped by -0.73°C (-0.12°C/yr); in the Iceland Basin it dropped by -2.12°C (-0.35°C/yr), and salinity decreased by 0.12 psu (0.02 psu/yr) and 0.23 psu (0.04 psu/yr), respectively.”

Subpolar North Atlantic trend reversal in 2005

In another paper, Piecuch et al., 2017,  the authors notes that subpolar North Atlantic (SPNA) is subject to strong decadal variability and found that in 2004–2005 the SPNA decadal upper ocean and sea-surface temperature trends reversed from warming during 1994–2004 to cooling over 2005–2015.

Southern Ocean now cooling

On the other side of the planet at the South Pole the story is pretty much the same. A study this year by Kusahara et al., 2017 showed that in contrast to a strong decrease in Arctic sea ice extent, the overall Antarctic sea ice extent has modestly increased since 1979. The paper’s abstract adds:

Concomitant with this positive trend in Antarctic sea ice, sea surface temperatures (SSTs) over the Southern Ocean south of approximately 45°S have cooled over this period.”

Remaining at the South Pole, a new paper by Turney et al., 2017 here states that the Southern Ocean, which occupies a massive 14% of the world’s surface, plays a fundamental role in ocean and atmosphere circulation — and thus climate — and found that it has produced a cooling trend since 1979.

Cooling since 1999

Also Oliva et al., 2017 points out that a recent analysis by Turner et al., 2016 has shown that “the regionally stacked temperature record for the last three decades has shifted from a warming trend of 0.32 °C/decade during 1979–1997 to a cooling trend of − 0.47 °C/decade during 1999–2014“. Oliva et al tell us that “this recent cooling has already impacted the cryosphere in the northern AP [Antarctic Peninsula], including slow-down of glacier recession, a shift to surface mass gains of the peripheral glacier and layer of permafrost in northern AP islands“.

Fernandoy et al., 2017 here also points out:

The firn stable isotope composition reveals that the near–surface temperature at the Antarctic Peninsula shows a decreasing trend (−0.33 °C y−1) between 2008 and 2014.”

“No evidence” of snow decline

Finally, moving on land to the Tibetan Plateau, a recent paper appearing in Nature by Wang et al. 2017 shows there’s been “no evidence of widespread decline of snow cover on the Tibetan Plateau over 2000–2015“.

That’s 7 fresh papers telling us that large, important areas of the earth’s surface have stopped warming and begun cooling. Time is running out for the global warming hoaxsters.

Note: Recently desparate climate warming trolls have been appearing in force (trying to keep their sham alive). Serious comments are welcome, but trolling comments will be deleted.

22 responses to “Time Running Out For Global Warming Hoaxsters… 7 New Studies Show Large Parts Of Globe Cooling!”

  1. Rick

    I was really hoping it would warm a bit more. Warming to date was simply not enough to make any real difference in my part of Canada. IT IS STILL TOO DARN COLD. Not in the least surprised, though.

  2. Kevin lohse

    It actually makes no difference. The solution will still be one world government, de-industrialisation and global population reduction to about 10% of the present.

    1. Bitter&twisted

      That’s exactly what Sebastian wants.

  3. Robert Folkerts

    I am naturally sceptical of everything.
    However, here in New Zealand, the last 18 months have been seriously wet. Much wetter than we would normally expect. Then about four weeks ago the rain stopped and we got seriously hot weather, up to 35c in places, and it is still spring! Not summer yet.

    So it is easy to see the alarmists, who are everywhere, have plenty to go on about. And they do!!

    I read many here say they prefer a warming scenario.
    That sounds nice, but what is the starting point for such comments.

    Here the last month has been a bit warmer than normal and that is too hot for the grasses etc. that grow here.
    As a pastoral farmer, I would not enjoy a warming environment so much unless it came with adequate rain in the warm season. Which may not be so likely.
    To say, warming is better than cooling sounds very pleasant but a noticeable change either way would take quite some adapting to.

  4. Kurt in Switzerland

    How is the bet going regarding the 2010s showing less warming that the 2000s?

    1. Kurt in Switzerland

      Looks like this is it, under “Climate Bet for Charity”:


      Apparently around May 2016 (5y 5 mo into the bet) the present decade overtook the previous one. We’ll have to wait until Jan 2020 to decide which decade was net warmer.

      Meanwhile, if the main thrust of this article is correct, the current decade should begin showing some cooling in the curve, n’est-ce-pas?

      1. SebastianH

        The comments at https://notrickszone.com/join-the-climate-bet-for-charity/ are an interesting read. Thank you for mentioning that climate bet.

  5. SebastianH

    Serious question: what is your criteria for this being a hoax? And what has to happen that you begin to consider it is not a hoax? E.g. if it is warmer in 2020 than in 2017, will that convince you? Or 2025? 2030?

    Is this blog post or rather the last paragraphs finally confirming that you deny that there is global warming going on? I mean you call it a hoax, don’t you?

    1. SebastianH

      And might I add, you also call it “a sham”.

      Also, how does your (wishful) prediction go together with these graphs?

      No sign of cooling in either the NH nor the SH:

      Also no sign here:

      Is this recent “the ice age cometh” posting frenzy of your because of your 2008 prediction that it would be 2.x °C cooler in 2020 than it was back in 2008? Time is running out, it better gets cold fast, or … or what? When can we start calling your predictions (or wishes) false?

      1. AndyG55

        Poor seb , good to see you STILL using monkey type linear trends over those El Ninos.

        AND the farcical GISS fabrications

        You do realise that every time you draw your linear trends across the El Ninos you PROVE my point that…


        Every time, 🙂

        1. SebastianH

          Dear AndyG55,

          you have still to explain how an El Nino event can cause warming that lasts. How can the heat content stabilize at a higher level after an El Nino? Can we get a reply from you regarding this?

      2. Caleb


        If you are not aware of the hoax, sham and fraud then you haven’t been paying attention. Those of us who have been observing for well over a decade have numerous examples of graphs, charts and papers exposed as, shall we say, “incorrect”. This includes (but is not limited to) IPCC reports, Mann’s infamous “hockey stick”, Gore’s film, the “Climategate emails”, and the unceasing “adjustments” to our temperature records. If you are truly interested you should begin back in 2007 with this post demonstrating Hansen’s tweaking of temperature records.


        Regarding the causes and effects of El Ninos, any true student should be well aware much mystery still remains. Not even the most brilliant scientists can predict when they will come and go, nor how big they will be, and this is indicative of an incomplete understanding of what causes them. Any who claim to completely understand the triggers of the event are bogus, and much that is bogus is exposed in the sterling observations of Bob Tisdale. Read his work, if you are truly interested.

        If you want to see more fraud, on another level, study the work of the zoologist Susan Crockford, at her site at:


        The recent attacks of her good work are deplorable.

        Personally I feel nature is full of beauty and wonder, despite examples of brutality, and should be approached with a sense of awe. People who behave as if they have meteorology figured out are displaying foolish arrogance.

        Personally I am focused on history, especially of the arctic, and am amazed by how much is, shall we say, “overlooked”, I assumed because it does not fill the “narrative”. The effects of the recent “Quiet Sun” should be seen first where the sun shines 24 hours a day in June, and the DMI temperature record shows lowering summer temperatures even at the height of the 2015 El Nino. Therefore I value sites such as this one, which do not cast a blind eye on other signs of cooling.

    2. Bill Hamm
      1. SebastianH

        That doesn’t quite answer the question, does it? It’s just an elaborate play to make conspiracy theories viable for “skeptics” to use as an “argument”

  6. kevin a

    Who is the best publisher for a global cooling paper?

  7. RogerMJ

    As I have said, repeatedly, no-one … NOT ONE PERSON, scientist or otherwise, can predict the future. Ergo, no-one can say what the final outcome (in a cycle, there is no “final”) of “global warming” would be, what it would look like in practical terms. The fact is, plants, which provide food, clothing, energy, building materials, et cetera, thrive in warm, moist, CO2 rich environments, and there’s evidence that more of the world has turned green. So, what the envirodruids want, if their argument is to be taken seriously, is a colder, less plant-friendly world? Now it seems they’ll get their wish, and they didn’t have to lift a finger to make it happen (no surprise there). The rest of will starve in the cold, dark night a Grand Solar Minimum. They’ll probably blame that on atmospheric CO2, too.

    1. SebastianH

      So, what the envirodruids want, if their argument is to be taken seriously, is a colder, less plant-friendly world?

      You do realize that those who warn want to limit the human-caused part of the climate change to a certain amount of degrees. We have yet to reach that limit. Even if we actually can limit our influence it will still be at a way higher CO2 concentration level and more than double the warming we already experienced. It will hopefully still be a plant-friendly world.

      The rest of will starve in the cold, dark night a Grand Solar Minimum.

      Would you call yourself an alarmist? 😉

      1. AndyG55

        “want to limit the human-caused part of the climate change”

        How can you limit a fantasy ?

        There is NO empirical evidence that humans have caused any global warming, (which isn’t global, anyway)

        1. SebastianH

          Let’s play that game. So let’s say the effects are a fantasy. What would limiting CO2 emissions cause then? The OP claimed those who want to limit the emissions want a colder, less plant-friendly world. Can that even happen if it were all a fantasy?

          And secondly, where is your evidence for anything you say/claim?

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