Global Heat Wave: Is This The New Climate Change Normal?:

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Crop yields have been displaying a secular increasing trend in all regions of the world, over the entirety of the "OMG GLOBALWARMING!" period (1950-2018).


But apparently, Denmark had a bad year so, "OMG HUMANS ARE DESTROYING THE PLANET!"



Sorry which line graph is Denmark? Yields in Ireland are typically over 8 tonnes per hectare https://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublications/er/aypc/areayieldandproductionofcrops2016/

... so maybe the yields in Denmark are too high for your graph :p
 


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What a stupid chart yer man is hawking.

A chart that ends in 2014 can hardly show the outcome of a 2018 heatwave.
Yes, lets use the agricultural output of Denmark to form policy on Global food production, impressive. And while we're at it, lets wait for Denmark to have a bad year and then use it to form policy, and lets completely ignore all the GLOBAL data showing increased crop yields GLOBALLY for literally decades.
 

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Wildfires have been on the decrease for decades, in frequency and area affected.
Gee. Owed latest contribution to the "lies via statistics" series of posts.


It's almost as if there was a structural break in the data around the turn of the millennium...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_wildfire_suppression_in_the_United_States

In 1998, a new procedures guide used the term "wildland fire use" to describe what had previously been prescribed natural fires. By the end of the decade, a 1995 policy had reinvigorated “wildland fire use” programs and given managers the support they needed to enable the programs to continue to grow and mature


Why, yes. Yes there was.


From the late 1990s, there was a change in policy TO ALLOW WILDFIRES TO BURN RATHER THAN TRY AND PUT THEM OUT IMMEDIATELY.

From around 2000 - THEY LET THE FIRE BURN. Now, would you expect the average area burned per fire to increase with such a policy change? Why, yes. Yes you would. And that is exactly what has happened in the US. Fewer fires, being allowed to burn longer and further after 2000 than before it.


Fire management benefits began to appear, such as the 2000 Hash Rock fire which burned almost all of the Mill Creek Wilderness on the Ochoco National Forest in Oregon before it was suppressed
 

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Mandatory 2-minute viewing .... the current temperature rise in the context of (1) the current interglacial (between Ice Ages) (2) the project rise in this century, and (3) the last 5 million years.////

Very good. It shows that earth is warming up after an ice age. It will go on warming and then cool again.

We may tweak it a bit, but the general trend has been there for millions of years. We will adapt and survive the heat, and the coming ice ages as well.

Next?
 

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Very good. It shows that earth is warming up after an ice age. It will go on warming and then cool again.

We may tweak it a bit, but the general trend has been there for millions of years. We will adapt and survive the heat, and the coming ice ages as well.

Next?
Guess you lacked the mental energy to watch until the end. Watch after 1.54.

The earth will soon be warmer than it has been for over 50 million years, long before humans existed, or you might say we existed as rats or voles. Sea levels were 17 metres higher.

Just pointing that out. You are welcome to wallow in your own ignorance, but never say you were not presented with the facts.

But, knowing your type, you probably will.
 

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Guess you lacked the mental energy to watch until the end. Watch after 1.54.

The earth will soon be warmer than it has been for over 50 million years, long before humans existed, or you might say we existed as rats or voles. Sea levels were 17 metres higher.

Just pointing that out. You are welcome to wallow in your own ignorance, but never say you were not presented with the facts.

But, knowing your type, you probably will.
Is that another prediction?? Forgive me if I file it with all the other stuff you've called wrong over the past several decades of alarmism.
 

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With 2018 half over, we still see a high probability that this year concludes as the fourth warmest year since 1850. Currently, we give that outcome a 77% likelihood.

This is consistent with the long-term global warming trend.


The four warmest years in the recent temperature record will be the last 4 (2016, 2015, 2017, 2018) - ten years after deniers started claiming "Global Warming Stopped in 1998".

With a high probability of an impending El Nino, 2019 may also join the record books.

https://skepticalscience.com/state-of-climate-2018-fourth-warmest.html
 

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All true, and so were the academics who said that maybe half of the warming since 1960 is due to human C02.

That's 0.4 degrees. But it's always in the small print, as with any religion.

Meantimes, one set of scientists will tell you the Great Barrier Reef is dying because of global warming. (Warm is usually good for reefs)

Another set will tell you it's dying because of agricultural runoff from the farms of queensland.
 

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All true, and so were the academics who said that maybe half of the warming since 1960 is due to human C02.

That's 0.4 degrees. But it's always in the small print, as with any religion.

Meantimes, one set of scientists will tell you the Great Barrier Reef is dying because of global warming. (Warm is usually good for reefs)

Another set will tell you it's dying because of agricultural runoff from the farms of queensland.
Keep it up and you may aspire to the mantle of valhamic.

Besides, where is the evidence for all this shyte you post?

This is from the last IPCC Report (2013, bit out of date but a new one this year), which you should have read before commenting, but shure why bother taxing your brain when vomiting out any old bollocks makes you feel good about yourself?

Greenhouse gases contributed a global mean surface warming likely to be in the range of 0.5°C to 1.3°C over the period 1951 to 2010, with the contributions from other anthropogenic forcings, including the cooling effect of aerosols, likely to be in the range of −0.6°C to 0.1°C.

The contribution from natural forcings is likely to be in the range of −0.1°C to 0.1°C, and from natural internal variability is likely to be in the range of −0.1°C to 0.1°C. Together these assessed contributions are consistent with the observed warming of approximately 0.6°C to 0.7°C over this period.
 

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Another one of your postings exposed, deny and deflect, FFS
Climate denier: "Denmark had a bad crop this year. MUH GLBOAL WARMING!".
Moi: "Global cereal crop yield have been on a rising trend for the entire AGW period"
Climate Numpty: "Look at Ireland's massive crop yields!" [this is hilarious in itself when you look at the original context]
Moi: "Errr, this is a discussion about GLOBAL warming"
Climate numpty: "Checkmate!"



Just too funny.
 

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[video=youtube;6yiTZm0y1YA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yiTZm0y1YA[/video]

A 15-minute summary of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Physical Science Basis with the 2013 scientific consensus. Since these take about a year to put together, it is based on research up to 2012, 6 years ago. Since then the planet has seen 3 of the warmest years in the temperature records.

A new report with the latest findings, and no doubt with the evidence for man-made global warming strengthened again, will appear later this year.
 


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