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Research: Pacific ocean slows down the global warming phenomenon

Researchers have announced that the man-made global warming over the past decade is getting slowed down and through a new research study, they have found out that the natural cycles in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, cools off the current earth environment. As a result of this, in future the global warming will become reversed and the temperature of the earth will rise again.carbon-dioxide-climate-change

Researchers from the Penn State University has found out the change in temperature of the environment and slowdown in the climate warming of the planet Earth.

Michael Mann, Distinguished Professor of Meteorology, Penn State said that,

“Our findings have strong implications for the attribution of recent climate changes,”

In the research study, Penn State University researchers clearly demonstrates and differentiates the human cause as well as natural climate variability for the climate changes. At the same time, researchers point out that North Pacific ocean as well as North Atlantic are undergoing an internal climate variability, and it results in slow down of global warming of our home planet.

Mann, Byron A. Steinman, assistant professor of geological sciences, Minnesota-Duluth University mentions that the global warming pause is a false pause and also he warns that the pause is due to the internal climatic changes and the internal currents that are created in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. He also warns that the effect was temporary, and in the meanwhile, the effect will become reversed and global temperature will become rise.

The Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO) describes how North Atlantic sea-surface temperatures tend to oscillate with a periodicity of about 50 to 70 years. The Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) varies over a broader range of timescales. The researchers looked only at the portion of the PDO that was multidecadal — what they term the Pacific multidecadal oscillation (PMO).

In the author note, he mentioned,

“We find that internal multidecadal variability in northern hemisphere temperatures, rather than having contributed to recent warming, likely offset anthropogenic warming over the past decade,”

Researchers note that there is a huge influence over the temperature of earth due to the currents created in the northern region of those oceans.

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15 comments

  1. oh! so now we have natural heating and cooling cycles. how disappointing.

  2. Oh so they don't know all about climate change, as evidenced by this admission. What else don't they know that will make their predictions even more worthless. Yet we are supposed to follow everything they say.
    Sorry but all the models are wrong, failed to accurately predict this. Thus all gloom/doom predictions are wrong too.

  3. Oh so they don't know all about climate change, as evidenced by this admission. What else don't they know that will make their predictions even more worthless. Yet we are supposed to follow everything they say.
    Sorry but all the models are wrong, failed to accurately predict this. Thus all gloom/doom predictions are wrong too.

  4. The Day After Tomorrow

  5. In the seventies the fear was global cooling. Then along came Al Gore and global warming. When that became difficult to prove it became climate change. Now, right or wrong, the Atlantic and the Pacific are to blame for causing a pause in global warming. What hasn't changed is politicians wanting to make changes that will cost us trillions of dollars in economic production. Follow the money. Whether it be politicians or scientists being paid by either oil companies, liberal colleges or enviromentalists. Find out who signs their paycheck or contributes to their campaigns. I've done that and no longer believe most who write on the subject. There are several who I do listen to because they have no financial skin in the game as far as I can tell.
    I believe in clean air and water. I believe energy companies should do their best to operate cleanly. But forcing a single power plant to lower their carbon footprint by.025 percent at the cost hundreds of millions of dollars that we ultimately pay is absurd. One quarter of one percent?

  6. I wish more people would understand the term: Follow the money. As far as I'm concerned global warming would be alright! my thermometer right now reads 15 degrees F.

  7. You know, I no longer give any fucks about warming or cooling. I just want humans to develop a more symbiotic relationship with the earth as every other functioning creature has evolved to do. I don't care about political juggling between are we are warming the earth or not. Facts are facts we pollute the earth as a species. We put tons of trash in the ocean. We have nuclear waste everywhere. We cut the tops of mountains off to get coal and destroy our water tables. We pump chemicals into the ground to get chemicals out of the ground and then wonder why our well water is on fire. Point of the whole matter is dirty industry has to disappear everywhere we can make that happen. The value of technology to clean up our mess and make the future more sustainable is KEY. There is no longer an excuse to have dirty energy technology investments when what we get is a net negative while lining a bunch of pockets for people who could care less for us. I say let the old system collapse into the unsustainable heap it is and let the roses of success grow from the ashes.

  8. Professor Mann, at the center of the 2009 "Cimategate" scandal, had to come up with some reason why no global warming is happening, despite all the propaganda. The White House continues to push the global warming hoax because it gives more power and money to politicians.

    But here we see an admission that it isn't really happening, which anyone living in Boston could have told you without millions of dollars of study.

  9. William R. James

    Michael Mann is to science what Baghdad Bob was to journalism, what Benny Hinn is to medicine, what Ken Ham is to biology.

  10. This is bad news for the policies of the far Left. Will have to deny it.

  11. Do Warming Oceans Contribute to Carbon Dioxide Pollution?
    Dr. Theodore Pavlopoulos

    Although almost never discussed, warmed oceans emit huge amounts of carbon dioxide during global arming. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, our oceans contain about 50 times more dissolved carbon dioxide than is contained in our atmosphere.
    Water, carbonated drinks like beer, champagne, Seven-Up, etc. dissolve large amounts of carbon dioxide at low temperatures. They are stored in refrigerators. When removed and poured into a glass that generally is at room temperature one observes the release of large amounts of carbon dioxide. Emission of carbon dioxide stops when the glass and the carbonated drink have reached room temperature.

  12. Scot S. Blakeley

    Just to clarify something for you. Climate change is the regional result of Global Warming. They are two separate events.

  13. Let's put that post in the time capsule for 2115, after the wars fought over dwindling resources. Just so that they can know how many f***s you gave.

  14. Let's put that post in the time capsule for 2115, after the wars fought over dwindling resources. Just so that they can know how many f***s you gave.

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