Sunday, 24 August 2014

BBC Alarmists admit the Global Warming Slowdown.

The BBC had its start as an eco-propaganda unit for the Global Warming Alarmist's campaign after 30 key BBC staff’ and ‘30 invited guestsattended a seminar. The Daily Mail reported that the BBC tried to hide this for  6 years:
The BBC has spent tens of thousands of pounds over six years trying to keep secret an extraordinary ‘eco’ conference which has shaped its coverage of global warming,  The Mail on Sunday can reveal. 
The controversial seminar was run by a body set up by the BBC’s own environment analyst Roger Harrabin and funded via a £67,000 grant from the then Labour government, which hoped to see its ‘line’ on climate change and other Third World issues promoted in BBC reporting. 
At the event, in 2006, green activists and scientists – one of whom believes climate change is a bigger danger than global nuclear war  – lectured 28 of the Corporation’s most senior executives. (link)
Seems like someone has taken the Kool-Aid (or is it FOOL-Aid?) from the BBC's watercoolers because this week they not only acknowledged the warming hiatus, but have raised the possibility that the

Global warming slowdown 'could last another decade'

The hiatus in the rise in global temperatures could last for another 10 years, according to new research. 
Scientists have struggled to explain the so-called pause that began in 1999, despite ever increasing levels of CO2 in the atmosphere. 
The BBC reported a peer reviewed paper published in Science in August (link) which tried to explain the warming hiatus (or as they expressed it, "global-warming slowdown")

Varying planetary heat sink led to global-warming slowdown and acceleration

A vacillating global heat sink at intermediate ocean depths is associated with different climate regimes of surface warming under anthropogenic forcing: The latter part of the 20th century saw rapid global warming as more heat stayed near the surface. In the 21st century, surface warming slowed as more heat moved into deeper oceans. 
How the heat missed the surface and went into the deep ocean has not been explained.

The 'deep ocean' theory has been ridiculed by IPCC expert reviewer Lord Christopher Monckton:

The warming is hiding in the bottom of the ocean. Someday it will pop out and say BOO!
They are saying that it somehow managed to go from the atmosphere into the ocean. Not into the bit of the ocean that touches the atmosphere, no, it missed that out and it’s gone down and hidden in the bottom of the ocean where we can’t measure it. And one day it’s going to come out and say boo! 

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