Duke Study Says Global Warming Has Slowed to ‘Natural Variability’

Iceberg near Tracy Arm, Alaska. Photo by Mark Byzewski. Iceberg near Tracy Arm, Alaska. Photo by Mark Byzewski.

Our Take!

Over 1,000 years of temperature records were examined in this Duke University study, which essentially revealed what a lot of people have known for a long time: The United Nations’ climate models are wrong and have been wrong for over a decade.

By Ellie Zolfagharifard

Global warming hasn’t happened as fast as expected, according to a new study based on 1,000 years of temperature records.

The research claims that natural variability in surface temperatures over the course of a decade can account for increases and dips in warming rates.

But it adds that these so-called ‘climate wiggles’ could also, in the future, cause our planet to warm up much faster than anticipated. READ MORE …

[Published by Daily Mail]

Iceberg near Tracy Arm, Alaska. Photo by Mark Byzewski.

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