The Region From 50-70°S Has Cooled Since The 1980s As North Atlantic SSTs Have Cooled 1°C Since 2004

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Large regions of the globe have  been cooling or not warming in recent decades according to several new scientific papers.

A new paper shows the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS), sea surface temperatures near southern Chile, and the entire region between 50-70°S have cooled or not warmed since the early 1980s (Collins et al., 2019).

The region was more than 2°C warmer 1000 years ago and today’s temps (12.1°C) are the coldest of the last 2300 years (Collins et al., 2019).

Other new papers indicate the North Atlantic sea surface temperatures (SSTs) between southeast Greenland and Denmark have cooled at a rate of 0.78°C per decade since 2004 (Fröb et al., 2019).

The North Atlantic region (Labrador Sea to Icelandic Basin) hasn’t warmed overall (net) since the 1950s (Buckley et al., 2019), which includes no net warming of winter temperatures in Northern Europe and North America since the 1980s (Chen and Luo, 2019Gan et al., 2019).

Should it be called “global warming” if it isn’t actually global?

Image Source: Collins et al., 2019

Image Source: Collins et al., 2019

Image Source: Collins et al., 2019

Image Source: Collins et al., 2019

Image Source: Fröb et al., 2019

Image Source: Buckley et al., 2019

Image Source: Chen and Luo, 2019

Image Source: Gan et al., 2019
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18 responses to “The Region From 50-70°S Has Cooled Since The 1980s As North Atlantic SSTs Have Cooled 1°C Since 2004”

  1. drumphish

    The NTZ home page is malwared. Redirected to an ad site.

    Much colder outside my door than I want it to be.

    1. Yonason

      My anti-virus program kept giving me an alert, but I wasn’t sure which site it was from. I had suspected NTZ. But it wasn’t every page (I think), or every time I visited. My AV program didn’t identify the source. Thx.

      1. Yonason

        OK, just found it. When I click on NTZ header to open it in another tab, I’m redirected. Closed it, and will now run SpyBot Search and Destroy, to see if that left any residue on my comp.

        1. drumphish

          Did a Google search No Tricks Zone, then clicked on the cooling/temperature link and landed at the current entry.

          Was able to comment, otherwise, nothing worked.

          https://notrickszone.com/category/cooling/ is where there was no redirect.

          1. ;Yonason

            I am currently commenting from my Chrome browser. Nothing of NTZ works on Firefox.

            It’s due to a trojan infection of the website, according to my AV (Avast).

      2. tom0mason

        I have the same problem so switch to a better browser (Brave), and blocked the redirection.

        The redirection is to a fake (?) robot tester but it is a rogue site.

  2. Georg Thomas

    Similar situation here. When I clicked “Recent Comments”, I was redirected to what seemed a fake Google page.

  3. Georg Thomas

    Several hours later, I tried it again (clicking on “Recent Comment”) and I am still being redirected to a fake Google page which declares me a winner eligible for a new iPhone.

  4. La regione da 50 a 70°S si è raffreddata dagli anni '80 mentre le SST del Nord Atlantico si sono raffreddate di 1°C dal 2004

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  5. Yonason

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    Perhaps named after “Red Top” fly paper?

    OK, that’s all I’ve got on it.

    1. Yonason

      On mobile phones, the redirect is to one of multiple sites.

      I’m sure Pierre will get it fixed soon.

  6. John

    Looks like the site has been hacked. The homepage redirects multiple times to spam sites. I stopped the homepage from loading and was able to navigate to this post. Hopefully, Pierre or Kieth are aware of the problem.

  7. philf

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  8. Phil Salmon

    On my iPhone with Safari I also had problems of redirecting to junk sites, a day or two ago. Now all seems fine.

    This North Atlantic Ocean data is indeed contradictory to the warming story.

    A new report from the GWPF “Cold Water” by David Whitehouse also puts recent measurements of ocean heat content, in a Holocene historic context. In short, current developments are business as usual in the ocean, so need to explain any anomalous change (when change itself is the null hypothesis).

    https://www.thegwpf.org/content/uploads/2019/11/Cold-Water-Whitehouse.pdf

    The report conclusions include this quote:

    Rosenthal and his team reviewed proxy records of intermediate water temperatures from sediment cores and corals in the equatorial Pacific and north eastern Atlantic Ocean, spanning 10,000 years beyond the instrumental record.
    suggest that intermediate waters were 1.5–2◦C warmer during the Holocene Thermal Maxi- mum than in the last century. Intermediate water masses cooled by 0.9◦C from the Medieval Climate Anomaly to the Little Ice Age. These changes are significantly larger than the tem- perature anomalies documented in the instrumental record. One concludes that what is happening to the oceans today is not unusual.

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