Hottest in 125,000 years say EU scientists — as if Cavemen could measure the temperature to a tenth of a degree

Hottest in 125,000 years say EU scientists — as if Cavemen could measure the temperature to a tenth of a degree
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By Jo Nova

Hottest 12 months in 125,000 say EU Soothsayer scientists

Think for a minute about how stupid this claim is that no single year, not one, in the last 125,000 years was warmer than the last 12 months. Cavemen are rolling in their graves.

It’s “virtually certain” said two journalists at Reuters. It was broken by 0.4 degrees!

Homo Sapiens have had satellite data for 44 years, which only leaves 124,956 years of extrapolation to guess at the rest. Not one journalist at the ABC, Sydney Morning Herald, CNN, or anywhere, asked the “scientists” — how would you know? Do tell us, professor, what exactly was the temperature from November 6,789 BC to October 6,788? And to a tenth of a degree, and globally. I heard it was hot?

Try to imagine what kind of miraculous science makes these headlines make sense?  Did the EU team find neolithic newspapers hidden in caves in Turkey? Could they reconstruct temperatures from 10,000 BC to 1978 to a tenth of a degree Celsius. And not just Turkish temperatures but ones in Timbuktu and Peru too? Those goat herders needed a satellite program.  Perhaps clay pots powered with goat dung?

It’s as if thousands of hotter Holocene years never existed

Studies all around the world show sea levels were as much as 1 – 2 meters higher 6,000 years ago, and have been falling for thousands of years. For example, studies on mangroves in Brazil show sea levels were about 2.7 meters higher in the mid-Holocene, and mangroves grew 34 kilometers further inland.  (Fontes et al 2017). How does that happen if the world was cooler then?

NoTricksZone lists sea level studies all over the world and CO2 Science lists other proxies. 6,000 years ago the world was so much warmer, the Sahara was lush green and wet. Even the sacred, revered ice cores from both Greenland and Antarctica show it was warmer. The deepest oceans around Indonesia were 2 degrees warmer 10,000 years ago. And 6,000 boreholes drilled around the world agree.

Glaciers in Europe were so much smaller, that as the world cooled and they grew, they swallowed up thousands of pieces of evidence. In the recent warming some 4,000 new tools, bridles, pieces of leather have melted out of Norwegian glaciers alone.

Many Pacific Island have only existed for three or four thousand years — emerging into the sunshine as sea levels fell from the Holocene peak.

This pattern of falling sea levels all over the world doesn’t fit the climate models. Instead of just admitting the models are wrong, researchers call their failure the “Holocene Temperature Conundrum”. We’re going to have to fight for the Holocene — the modelers want to erase it to solve the conundrum.

Shock news for alarmists, poor dears,
And sure to cause climate stress tears,
As 2023 beat,
All records of heat,
Kept for 125,000 years.

–Ruairi

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Alley, R. B. (2000) The Younger Dryas cold interval as viewed from central Greenland. Quat. Sci. Rev. 19, 213-226

Fontes et al (2017) The Impacts of the Middle Holocene High Sea-Level Stand and Climatic Changes on Mangroves of the Jucuruçu River, Southern Bahia – Northeastern Brazil, Radiocarbon Volume 59 Issue 1 , February 2017 , pp. 215 – 230.  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/RDC.2017.6

Huang, S. P., H. N. Pollack, and P.-Y. Shen (2008), A late Quaternary climate reconstruction based on borehole heat flux data, borehole temperature data, and the instrumental record, Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L13703, doi:10.1029/2008GL034187   [PDFLong blog discussion on boreholes.

Kench, P.S., Liang, C., Ford, M.R. et al. (2023) Reef islands have continually adjusted to environmental change over the past two millennia. Nat Commun 14, 508  doi.org/10.1038/s41467-023-36171-2

Lewis, S.E., et al., Post-glacial sea-level changes around the Australian margin: a review, Quaternary Science Reviews (2012), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2012.09.006 [abstract] 

Hamish McGowan,Samuel Marx, Patrick Moss, Andrew Hammond (2012): Evidence of ENSO mega-drought triggered collapse of prehistory Aboriginal society in northwest Australia, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol 39, Issue 22.  DOI: 10.1029/2012GL053916 [Abstract]

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Rosenthal, Y., Braddock K. Linsley, Delia W. Oppo (2013) Pacific Ocean Heat Content During the Past 10,000 Years, Science 1 November,Vol. 342 no. 6158 pp. 617-621  DOI: 10.1126/science.1240837 [Sciencemag.org ]

Yacoub et al., (2023), The African Holocene Humid Period in the Tibesti mountains (central Sahara, Chad): Climate reconstruction inferred from fossil diatoms and their oxygen isotope  composition

Kuper and Kropelin, (2006): Climate-controlled holocene occupation in the Sahara: motor of africa’s evolution. Science 313, 803e807. https://doi.org/10.1126/ science.1130989

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