If Monkeys Fly Out Of His …… How Will He Respond?

If 2013 breaks heat record, how will deniers respond? – 

The Met Office predicted that half the years between 2011 and 2015 would be warmer than 2010. Besides their mathematics problem of picking half of an odd number (five years) that forecast is on the verge of failing – after two years much cooler than 2010.

Their El Nino is rapidly falling apart too. Wouldn’t it be great if climatologists learned a little bit of math and science?

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13 Responses to If Monkeys Fly Out Of His …… How Will He Respond?

  1. suyts says:

    Lol, funny, it’s not even going to be the warmest in the last 3 years. Maybe if you showed them with the UAH graph they’d understand….. http://discover.itsc.uah.edu/amsutemps/

    Oh, never mind, I got lost for a moment and was thinking warmists were rational and capable of learning.

  2. FRANK GARRETT says:

    It seems like they make these predictions to purposely lose credibility for what ever reason.

    • Me says:

      It could be someone is trying to take the heat off of a certain someone else that predicted a Super El Nino! 😆 Maybe, Possibly, errrr it Could be where their missing heat has gone! I hope I uesd enough weasel words here! LMAO!

    • Me says:

      That wasn’t against you Frank.

  3. Thrasher says:

    They are pretty much guaranteed to fail on their prediction even if 2013 somehow becomes warmer than 2010. They would need a 3 year El Nino which doesn’t happen except in Jim Hansen’s world where global warming causes a “permanent El Nino”

  4. Looking at the data it looks like La Nina is on the way.

    Why didn’t he say, “With James Hansen having unchecked access to a temperature data set 2013 will break the heat record”?

  5. Josualdo says:

    If my grand-dad hadn’t died, he sure would still be living.

  6. Sparks says:

    2013-2014 is expected to be solar maximum, wouldn’t this be the obvious reason why AGW experts are expecting the years between 2011 and 2015 to be warmer than 2010?

    I think, for being a meteorological office they don’t seem to have a good understanding of solar physics, although the years that fall between 2011 and 2015 will obviously be warmer in regard to solar maximum, what they have done is underestimate the overall activity of the cycle, which has so far been very weak in comparison to the past three or more solar cycles.

  7. So… am I getting this straight? They are pinning their hopes on an el Niño to result in a record warm winter this year so they can blame it on global warming?

  8. bwdave says:

    But, if they learned a little bit of math and science, would they still be climate scientists?

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