Time for warmist hari-kiri? Japanese researcher predicts cooler climate in Northern Hemisphere from 2015

The Asahi Shimbun reports:

A Japanese scientist who analyzed ocean temperatures stretching back more than five decades has predicted that the climate in the Northern Hemisphere may enter a cooling period around 2015.

Mototaka Nakamura, a senior scientist at the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, analyzed surface temperatures of the Greenland Sea from 1957 to the present and how they affect climate change.

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4 thoughts on “Time for warmist hari-kiri? Japanese researcher predicts cooler climate in Northern Hemisphere from 2015”

  1. I’m a bit north of you and we’ll be the frozen north I thought VA was when I was a kid in North Carolina. 🙂
    Obviously, his scientist hasn’t gotten the message from the 97% of the settled scientific consensus.
    Frankly, none of us are going to notice a decrease of a degree or so. Civilization as we know it won’t end with a change one way or the other.

  2. I also live in a subtropical micro climate in France. In winter it never freezes here, never snows, 15 miles further on it goes to minus 10C.

  3. “A Japanese scientist who analyzed ocean temperatures stretching back more than five decades has predicted that the climate in the Northern Hemisphere may enter a cooling period around 2015.”

    Jeeze. The Northern Hemisphere doesn’t have a climate. Myself, I live in a humid subtropical climate (Köppen climate classification Cfa or Cwa).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Koppen_World_Map_(retouched_version).png

    If global mean temperature . . . wait . . . if the mean Northern Hemisphere temperature goes down a degree or three, I’ll still live in a humid subtropical climate. No climate change.

    “Climate change” is nonsense.

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