2010 To Be Hottest Year On Record

While every snow flurry or cool snap is often cited as evidence of the folly of “global warming” by critics, scientists at the NASA’s Goddard Institute of Space Studies have released data showing that 2010 now ranks as the hottest climate year on record.

The combined land-ocean temperature readings from NASA’s Goddard Institute indicate that 2010 has surpassed what it identified as the previous warmest climate year, 2005.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data shows that 1998 was the warmest year on record with 2005 close behind. The findings have been released after another failure to reach a significant reductions in emissions in the Cancun summit.

Nations again refused to make the cuts necessary to prevent global temperatures from rising 2 degrees Celsius, or 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit above pre-industrial levels by 2100.

This report comes with the disclosure that a top FOX executive ordered correspondents not to cite global warming statistics and to question the basis for climate change claims.

Source: Washington Post

470 thoughts on “2010 To Be Hottest Year On Record”

  1. WeatherAction World RED WARNING for extreme weather 25-31 Dec

    WeatherAction forecasted weeks ahead that there will be many dangerous weather events around the world in the period 25-31 Dec and specified a triple whammy of extreme events for Britain/NW Europe, NE/E USA and South/East Queensland Australia.
    ALSO see here for comment “Will it or won’t it on Xmas day in UK?”

    The period 25-31 Dec 2010 is a Weather Action Red warning (World) period with top activity expected in sub-periods 25-27th Dec & 29/30th Dec.

    “There will be many dangerous weather events around the world in this period”, said Piers Corbyn astrophysicist of WeatherAction long range weather & climate forecasters. “Snow/blizzards/rain (where appropriate) and winds will be much more severe than standard meteorology will predict from 2 days ahead in these periods”

    “For Britain/Europe, NE/East USA & East Queensland Australia we have specific long range extreme weather event warnings which we first issued end Nov / early December. The extremes to come are a consequence of Jet stream blockings and changes in both hemispheres caused by predictable solar-lunar effects”.

    For Britain and Europe we stated in forecast words & maps:
    Two waves of blizzards and drifting snow especially 25th-27th & 29/30th largely for East/South Britain and for a large part of NorthWest Europe (along with thundersnow) around South Scandinavia, Benelux, N Germany, North Poland and perhaps parts of the Baltic States. AND that thundersnow is likley in (North) Italy in this period also.

    Piers commented on 23 Dec re Xmas “Our expectation of snow in the UK on Xmas Day is at the starting edge of this Weather period so there are uncertainties. We notice short range forecasts have been changing a lot for Xmas Day which is probably a reflection of increasing solar factors which will upset standard forecasts in this period. We still expect snow in parts of the UK on Xmas day but note that the general centre of this activity appears interestingly to be shifted somewhat Eastward in Europe so snow amounts on Xmas day itself in the UK will not be large.

    For NE/E USA we predicted (12-12-10)
    Very Major snow and blizzard events will strike NE & E USA in a double hit centered around 25-27th & 29-30th Dec; One of the most significant snowfall/blizzard periods in NE & east USA for decades.

    For South/East Queensland eg Brisbane region of Australia 25-31 Dec we prediced (11-12-10) HEATWAVE maybe peaking at 36C to 38C around 28th but date unclear.

    On climate change issues Piers commented:
    “Standard meteorology doesn’t know what is hitting the world this Northern hemisphere winter and will continue to make serious errors throughout. They will significantly underestimate the ferocity of events especially of snow amounts in our forecasted extra activity / red warning periods, and at other times may make some overestimates.

    “Their forecasts for the cold / snowy parts of Europe and USA will continue to predict temperatures to return closer to normal in about a week’s time but such forecasts will fail and generally be extended to further ahead on a daily basis until one of our less cold / milder periods is reached”.

    “Standard meteorology models ignore solar and lunar factors and are associated with the failed science and falsified data of the CO2-based warmist view of climate and are bound to fail again and again.

    “This winter is like the battle of Stalingrad in the ‘Climate war’. It will be long and hard and the public will suffer until the failed pseudo-science of man-made climate change – which become like a religion – is defeated; and instead available proven solar-based advances in forecasting science are applied to reduce misery and save lives”.


  2. BBB,

    As an excuse to link to an article I think is cool:

    “Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, a Catholic priest and noted scientist, tried to show how God could have used evolution in the creative process over time. However, Chardin pointed out the big, unexplained and short-timed, explosive leaps in evolution theory: (1) the leap from chemicals to plants; (2) the leap from plants to animals; (3) the leap from simple animals to highly complex human beings.”

    1 and 2 are just blatantly wrong.
    3 exaggerates the simplicity of animals and complexity of humans…


  3. roflol

    Yeah! Gyges is right! Where could we find such a system . . . a method of working in a consistent and verifiable way?

    That could really help some people out.

  4. Slart,

    It’s almost like people are predisposed to believe their own world views, and will come up with all sorts of justifications as to why contradictory evidence doesn’t count.

    If only there were some system designed to compensate for these flaws in human thinking. You know, sort of a method that requires you to test your hypothesis against data.

    Oh well.

  5. Isn’t it suppose to be summer in the Southern Hemisphere?
    I mean when it’s winter in the Northern Hemi it’s Summer in the Southern Hemi right?

    Am I confused?

    Bitter summer freeze bites eastern states as summer gives way to snow and cold

    THONGS and board shorts gave way to beanies and scarves yesterday as summer gave way to a wintry blast of snow and icy temperatures in the country’s southeast.

    While the bitter freeze in Europe continues, Victoria and NSW have had a cold snap of their own, with off-season ski slopes transformed into winter wonderlands.

    About 30cm of snow fell at Perisher in NSW yesterday, while Victoria’s Mount Hotham received a 10cm dusting on Sunday.

    Read more: http://www.news.com.au/travel/news/bitter-summer-freeze-bites-eastern-states-as-summer-gives-way-to-snow-and-cold/story-e6frfq80-1225974173962#ixzz18iKX5ypr

  6. Bdaman:

    so a guy with a laptop looking at sun spots can out forecast the finest minds in climatology?

    And people think we’re stupid? WTF.

    At this point you would have to be an ignorant fool, imbecile, moron or idiot to believe in AGW.

    Or a leftie with a political agenda.

  7. So far it’s a bust

    However, when it came to buying a new supercomputer, the Met Office decided not to heed its own warnings. The ironic problem was that it needed the extra computing power to improve the accuracy of its own climate predictions as well as its short-term weather forecasting. The machine will also improve its ability to predict extreme events such as fierce localised storms, cloudbursts and so on.


  8. AGW DENIER isn’t that something. The super computer and the idiots that run the thing can’t out forecast a guy with a lap top.

    One vs many, and to top it off the super computer has a very large carbon footprint. Not to mention that all of the followers of the super computer jet in large numbers to Climate Change events. It’s like they are trying to emit as much CO2 as they can to be able to say, see, I told you so. What a fucking scam.

    Met Office forecasts a supercomputer embarrassment

    “The new supercomputer, which will become operational later this year, will emit 14,400 tonnes of CO2 a year,” said Dave Britton, the Met Office’s chief press officer. This is equivalent to the CO2 emitted by 2,400 homes – generating an average of six tonnes each a year.


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