[ RadSafe ] 10 warmest years on record

JPreisig at aol.com JPreisig at aol.com
Fri Dec 5 11:18:15 CST 2014

    Our ability to measure global temperatures is quite good  right now.  
Wonder if the temperature increases can be plotted versus the  global human 
population.  Is there a close correlation???  Plot both  parameters versus 
time.  No wonder it is getting warmer, plus possible oil,  coal, natural gas 
    Still, in 1976 it was global cooling.  1998 is a  significant global 
warming date.  By 2020 it will be global cooling  again.  This is somewhat due 
to the sum and difference frequencies of the  Earth wobbles (Annual Wobble, 
Chandler Wobble 1, Chandler Wobble 2).  I've  explained all this in the 
Radsafe archives.  The relevant wobble period is  something like 44 years (1976 
to 2020).
    Right now California and other parts of the USA are  entering a drought 
period similar to the decade-long Dust Bowl drought (around  1932-1934).  
Can't compute the severity of the event right now.  Team  USA could.  The 
drought should last about 12 years.  Conserve water,  farm conservatively, grow 
fewer cattle??? and try to get through it.
    For the next 4 weeks it is earthquake season (Winter  Solstice) again.  
Possibly 1 or 2 large magnitude earthquakes.   There's a major 
typhoon/cyclone in the Phillipines right now.  This might  trigger some earthquake 
    Joe Preisig
In a message dated 12/5/2014 9:24:42 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
Peter.Sandgren at ct.gov writes:

No  agenda here - just relaying what has been  reported:
It’s official: 2013 is tied with 2003 as the fourth warmest year for  
Planet Earth since modern record-keeping began more than 130 years ago. The  mean 
global temperature rose 1.12°F above the 20th century average. That means  
the 10 warmest years on record have all happened since 1998, with 2010 still 
 on top as the warmest of all. The only year in the entire 20th century 
that  was warmer than 2013, and the only one remaining in the top 10, was 1998. 
This  also marks the 37th straight year where the global temperature was 
above the  long term average.

(Google News) US, British data show 2014 could be  hottest year on  record



On 11/24/2014  12:49 PM, JPreisig at aol.com wrote:
> Radsafe,
>   See google news --- antarctic sea  ice   .
>         Not only is  there more Antarctic Ice,  but it is also now 
> as  determined by underwater robotic vessels.
>       So much for global warming????
>     Joe  Preisig

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