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LORD MONCKTON: JANUARY WARM BUT EL NINO HAS NOT ENDED THE PAUSE

Posted 13 February 2016

Viscount Christopher Monckton of Brenchley has updated temperature records: "The sharp El Nino spike is just about to abolish the long Pause in global temperatures - at least, for now. [We have] long foretold that the present El Nino would be substantial, and that it might at least shorten if not extinguish the Pause. After all, theory requires that some global warming ought to occur. This month, though, the Pause clings on. Though January 2016 was the warmest in the RSS satellite record since 1979, the El Nino spike has not yet lasted long enough to end the Pause. That will happen by next month's report. The RSS data still show no global warming for 18 years 8 months, notwithstanding record increases in CO2 concentration over the period." 

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Last Updated ( Saturday, 13 February 2016 )
 
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