The New Pause that goes on giving

Why does these long Pauses matter? It is not just that they cause entertaining conniptions among the ungodly (just watch the pompous, pietistic whining by the lavishly-paid trolls who seek…

The New Pause lengthens yet again

The New Pause has again lengthened by another two months. On the normative UAH lower-troposphere dataset there has been no global warming over the 6 years 8 months from January…

The New Pause lengthens again

You can be quite sure that the unspeakable BBC and the now-unreliable Economist will somehow fail to report the surely not uninteresting fact that there has been no warming in…

Global Warming Stalls Again – Back To Levels Seen 20 Years Ago! And: No Warming In Tokyo This Century

As Dr. Spencer’s chart above shows, temperatures are back within the range seen 20 years ago. The hiatus in global temperature rise appears to have resumed.

El Niño and the lengthening New Pause: now 6 years 10 months

The latest UAH temperature anomalies show that the New Pause has lengthened by another two months to 6 years 10 months. As usual, the Pause is defined as the longest…

The New Pause lengthens by another 2 months to 6 years 2 months

The effect of the small la Niña southern oscillation is waning. Nevertheless, the New Pause has lengthened from 6 years to 6 years 2 months in the UAH data:

The New Pause lengthens by two months to 6 years

The miniature La Niña that has recently ended is now working its magic on lower-troposphere temperatures. The UAH monthly global mean lower-troposphere anomalies for April 2021 show a further drop,…

The New Pause lengthens by three months to 5 years 10 months

Now that the small La Niña that has recently ended has begun to have its effect on global temperatures, the UAH monthly global mean lower-troposphere anomalies now show a further…

The New Pause lengthens by another month to 5 years 7 months

The New Pause continues. To the end of December 2020, it was 5 years 4 months. To the end of January 2021, it was 5 years 6 months. To the…

Study: Global Warming Hiatus (aka “The Pause”) Was Real

From the GWPF and the better late than never department: (the paper was published in late 2019 but seems pretty solid, using Oxygen18 isotope analysis) – Anthony A new analysis…

Chinese Scientists Confirm Warming Hiatus For China, 2001-2015

From “the pause is a fact” department and The GWPF A regional warming hiatus is diagnosed for the period 2001–2015 in China. Greenhouse gases-induced warming is suppressed by natural variability.…

New Met Office study suggests natural factors, including the sun, are the biggest reason behind “the pause”

More excuses for “the pause”. A team of researchers from the U.K. Met Office, Sweden and Australia has found that three periods of global warming slowdown since 1891 were likely…

Topsy-turvy climate science: 'Global Warming Hiatus' blamed for more intense hurricanes

From the UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA and the “but. but, warming is the cause of more intense hurricanes” comes this interesting study. La Niña-like ocean cooling patterns intensify northwestern Pacific…

If it looks like a slowdown, and walks like a slowdown, and quacks like a slowdown, is it a slowdown?

Guest essay by Sheldon Walker At the moment, I am working on a statistical proof which will clearly show that the recent slowdown was real, and that it is statistically…

A possible compromise on global warming slowdowns and pauses

  Guest essay by Sheldon Walker I recently read an article by Tamino aka Grant Foster of Portland, ME, called “Global Warming: the Relentless Trend“. Many of the points that…

Proof that the recent slowdown is statistically significant (correcting for autocorrelation)

Guest essay by Sheldon Walker Introduction In my last article I attempted to present evidence that the recent slowdown was statistically significant (at the 99% confidence level). Some people raised…

Proof that the recent global warming slowdown is statistically significant (at the 99% confidence level)

Guest analysis by Sheldon Walker NOTE: An update to this article is here: https://wattsupwiththat.com/2018/01/17/proof-that-the-recent-slowdown-is-statistically-significant-correcting-for-autocorrelation/ Introduction In this article I will present convincing evidence that the recent slowdown was statistically significant…

Is the recent global warming slowdown real, or is it fake news?

Guest essay by Sheldon Walker For a long time, there has been strong disagreement over the idea of a recent slowdown in global warming. Many people believe that there never…

Weather Station Data Shows One Billion Chinese Are Living Through A 20-Year Cooling Trend

From The Daily Caller Energy Michael Bastasch Eastern China is in the midst of a two decade-long cooling trend, according to a new study, which labeled it a continuation of…

Another paper confirms "the pause" in global warming – cites issues with methods of obtaining average temperature

Spatiotemporal Divergence of the Warming Hiatus over Land Based on Different Definitions of Mean Temperature Chunlüe Zhou & Kaicun Wang Abstract Existing studies of the recent warming hiatus over land are primarily…

How They airbrushed out the Inconvenient Pause

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley In November 2015, just before the faithful gathered around their capering, gibbering witch-doctors and shamans in Paris for the New Superstition’s annual festival of thanks…

China Met Office Confirms Global Warming Hiatus

From The GWPF Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor The China Meteorological Administration (CMA) has recently developed a new global monthly land-surface air temperature data set called CMA GLSAT. Using…

The New ‘Consensus’ On Global Warming – a shocking admission by "Team Climate"

From the “well maybe there was a hiatus after all” walkback department. Even Mann is on board with this paper. By MICHAEL BASTASCH AND DR. RYAN MAUE A scientific consensus…

Maue: new climate hiatus or accelerated warming trend coming?

You Ought to Have a Look: Time for a New “Hiatus” in Warming, or Time for an Accelerated Warming Trend? Guest essay by Dr. Ryan Maue As you can tell…