The Graph Tells The Story

This is a graph from a CATO Institute article posted today:


It shows the difference between the predictions of the ‘climate scientists’ and what has actually happened in the past forty years.

The article reports:

The blue circles are the average lower-atmospheric temperature changes from four different analyses of global weather balloon data, and the green squares are the average of the two widely accepted analyses of satellite-sensed temperature. Both of these are thought to be pretty solid because they come from calibrated instruments.

If you look at data through 1995 the forecast appears to be doing quite well. That’s because the computer models appear to have, at least in essence, captured two periods of slight cooling.

The article goes on the analyze the data in view of the predictions made. The article then asks the question. “When will the global warming alarmists admit that they were wrong?”