French Professor talks IPCC temperature data – and what influences global temperature

Well worth half an hour viewing – such a crisp and to the point delivery by Professor Vincent Courtillot – no time wasting.

5 comments to French Professor talks IPCC temperature data – and what influences global temperature

  • val majkus

    yes great video
    and here’s something worth watching again
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaTJJCPYhlk
    The Great Global Warming Swindle

  • Tom Morgan

    I’ve seen a similar regional temperature average for Australia by John Mclean. Does anyone know if these types of figures have been run for remote stations only, ie no UHI, or UHI corrections.

  • WSH

    The mid 1990’s unpublished paper by Hughes and Balling , “Eastern Australia temperature variations 1930-1992″ is scanned online. Still the best attempt to compile a rural temperature trend for Eastern Australia.
    This little Timeline tries to put in perspective the research into temperature data and trends I was involved with in the 1990’s.
    Fire in any questions you have.
    Ken Stewart has done much more recent work into Australian T data.

  • Mervyn Sullivan

    www.drroyspencer.com/latest-global-temperatures/

    Does anyone recall NASA’s Dr James Hansen testifying before the US Congress in June 1988, that if nothing was done about the rising CO2 in the atmosphere, there would be runaway dangerous global warming?

    Now check out the latest satellite temperature data. In particular, please compare the global average temperature at the end of March 2011 against 1988.

    Also check out the global average temperature at the end of March 2011 against 1980.

    Three decades to March 2011… and no global warming, despite the significant rise in atmospheric Co2. What does that indicate?

  • Greg

    Excellent presentation. I am glad I spent the time to watch it.

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