Michael Mann: Warming not measured by individual years, but by decadal trends

Okay… so it’s been warming since 1650.

The Hill reports:

“We don’t measure warming by whether individual years are warmer than other individual years, but by whether or not the overall decadal trend shows warming. The past decade was the warmest decade on record. By that metric, global warming proceeds unabated,” said Michael Mann, a climate scientist with Pennsylvania State University.

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3 thoughts on “Michael Mann: Warming not measured by individual years, but by decadal trends”

  1. Funny, that’s the same name as the guy who claims Katrina and Sandy were caused by global warming, but it’s kind of the opposite idea.

  2. It’s the same criminal that spouts alarmist rants every time the sun comes out. He’s desperately trying to cover his arse due to the 17 year lack of warming.

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