80 Charts that Show Global Warming Hysteria Is a Fraud

From the No Tricks Zone come 80 charts, with lots of commentary, that refute the liberals’ politically-motivated, fake news about climate.

Last year there were at least 60 peer-reviewed papers published in scientific journals demonstrating that today’s warming isn’t global, unprecedented, or remarkable.

Just within the last 5 months, 58 more papers and 80 new graphs have been published that continue to undermine the popularized conception of a slowly cooling Earth temperature history followed by a dramatic hockey-stick-shaped uptick, or an especially unusual global-scale warming during modern times.
Succinctly, then, scientists publishing in peer-reviewed journals have increasingly affirmed that there is nothing historically unprecedented or remarkable about today’s climate when viewed in the context of long-term natural variability.

Most people don’t realize, apparently, that we are living in a relatively cool era. Global temperatures have been warmer than they are now something like 90% of the time since the end of the last Ice Age. So future warming is–we hope!–a possibility.

Here are a few of the charts, with some commentary.

An average of 15 reconstructions of temperatures in the very recent past, the last 900 years:

Here are Northern Hemisphere temperatures over the last 2,000 years. Note the Little Ice Age, from which we are now, happily, recovering:

There are many temperature charts. We can’t begin to summarize them, we can only offer a couple more as examples. Here are temperatures in Scandinavia over the last 1,000 years:

This one shows the global mean temperature since 1900, with no apparent heating since 1920. This chart uses the “linear-statistical PSM [proxy system models]” approach:

There are many more, and there is no point in trying to summarize them. The bottom line is that science marches on, and the left-wing opportunists and their politically-motivated hysteria are being left in the dust. Many more graphs and much more commentary at the link.